Solana hailed the development of relations between China and the Europea
n Union, saying they could work together to uphold the existing international system.
“I think cooperation between China and the European Union is very impor
tant. And fortunately, that relationship now is in a good direction,” said Solana, who se
rved as the EU’s high representative for common foreign and security policy between 1999 and 2009.
He expected China to play a bigger role in the upcoming Group of 20 summit in Osa
ka, Japan, saying that leaders of major powers should sit down and have productive talks.
He hailed the Belt and Road Initiative, and said it is a good platform for international cooperation.
nment debt management and stable economic growth, especially at a time when trade te
nsions with the United States have imposed more downward pressure, said economists.
More financial resources and investors will be involved in the debt resolution process, said Qiao Baoyun, head of the Acad
emy of Public Finance and Public Policy at the Central University of Finance and Economics.
The last round of local government debt swaps started in 2015 and ended in August 2018, w
hich saw 14.34 trillion yuan ($2.08 trillion) of local government debt being swapped into bonds.
Local governments are set to face more debt burden in the next three ye
ars, as many of the previously issued bonds are set to expire, income from land sales has
philosophies to enhance the exchanges and mutual learning of diverse civilizations.
Frederick W. Russell-Rivoallan, a program specialist and head of social and human sciences for UNESCO, hailed the dialogue of Asian civilizations.
“It’s a great way to concentrate in this part of world, but it’s also
a global inspiration – bringing countries together, understanding other cultures, respecting each
other and sharing with each other,” he said. “That’s the way that we can understand each other better and live together better.”
China will extend 1,000-Megabyte broadband connection to more than 300 cities and cut the
average service rates by 15 percent for small and midsized enterprises this year. The measures are desi
gned to achieve multiplying effects of expanding domestic demand, boosting employment and improving people’s lives.
The decision was made at the State Council’s executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang on May 14.
s higher than men in new media operators and data analysts among the five professions, illustrating that burgeoning career opportunities and skill requ
irements are presenting an unprecedented advantage for women. That’s a change from the past, when women
normally had more household duties, especially in the era of universal two-child policy, he said.
Lu also said that the number of people engaged in human-centered job positions was growing faster than other rules.
“It implied that jobs requiring insights into people’s preferences and habits, such a
s marketing and human resources, are irreplaceable by machine intelligence so far,” Lu said.
A survey jointly conducted by research firm Trustdata and LinkedIn in April found career starters w
ere establishing their career goals earlier than past generations, exhibiting a stronger self-driven momentum.
traded and they can redirect trade toward one country, away
from others. They cannot directly affect any country’s worldwide current account balance. A count
ry that saves less than it invests will have to borrow foreign funds to import foreign goods to make up that difference.
There are two ways to reduce the US trade deficit. A serious recession would reduce investme
nt, but nobody advocates that as a strategy. The only other path is to change the US financial and gove
rnment system to encourage increased savings. China has almost nothing to do with it.
Ironically, the disputes between the US and China center around both nations’ legitimate desires to
protect some current low-skilled jobs, or at least to allow an easier transition to new jobs and industries.
US administration’s economic policy has rightly focused on the need to
retain jobs for working-class people in the US. And, China’s companies that export to the U
the 22nd film of Marvel Cinematic Universe, has made more than $2 billion globally wit
h over $576 million, nearly a third of the total, being contributed by the Chinese market.
The percentage of Hollywood films contributing to China’s box office has witnessed a gradual decline in recent years
thanks to the rise of successful Chinese films including The Wandering Earth and Dying to Survive.
Due to its explosive growth in third-and fourth-tier cities, the Chinese movie market is certainly poised to become the larg
est in the world in the not too distant future. Last year, China’s total box office exceeded 60 billion yuan ($8.9 billion), gra
dually closing the gap with the United States whose box office was about $11.6 billion. China has become such a form
idable force in the global film industry that international film producers cannot afford to overlook it.
reality, artificial intelligence, virtual reality and human-computer interaction-scenes are create
d based on ancient Chinese classics, such as the Classic of Mountains and Seas, in which mythical an
imals appear in forests, lightning flashes, thunder rumbles, wind blows and rain pours.
Visitors can experience primeval nature in a part of the exhibition developed by the Beijing World Horticultural Expo Co
ordination Bureau and the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Automation.
In addition, visitors can experience what it’s like to ride in an autonomous vehicle. Three driv
erless vehicles developed by Baidu-two with eight seats and one with four seats-offer rides in the park.
portunities for all UN member states to propose experiments they want to conduct using China’s space station,” said Simone
tta Di Pippo, director of the UNOOSA. “We have received more than 40 proposals before the deadline for sub
mission. We will announce the winners probably by the end of June after evaluation.” Di Pippo said these on the sideli
nes of the fourth China Space Day on April 24 to mark the anniversary of the country’s first satellite launch in 1970.
Moreover, Pakistan intends to send one of their astronauts to China’s space station by 2022, A
mer Nadeem, chairman of Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission in Pakistan, said after
the opening ceremony of China Space Day in Changsha, Hunan province, on Wednesday.
“Hopefully, the agreement on the matter will be signed very soon. We will select the candidates based on the agreement. Also, they
will come to China for some parts of the training,” Nadeem said. He added that Pakistan and China will furth
er enhance cooperation on several space projects focusing on satellite networks in future.
ssing $682 billion, and it is only natural that the two sides should seek to consolidate their trade and economic cooperation since it provides a solid foundati
on for strengthening their overall relationship, and they have everything to gain from building on the current g
ood momentum in their relations and docking their respective development strategies.
At the 21st China-EU Leaders’ Meeting in Brussels on Tuesday, Premier Li Keqiang is expected to underscore China’s resolve to deepen st
rategic mutual trust and cooperation with the EU, including on the Belt and Road Initiative that China has prop
osed as a means for improving global connectivity and shared development.
This year, Italy and Luxembourg signed memorandums of under
standing with China to jointly advance the construction of the Belt and Road, bringing to 22 the total num
ber of European countries that have signed cooperative agreements with China on the initiative.
It is not all hunky-dory of course, as two major powers, the two sides do differ on some issues, a
nd there are some disputes between them. However, their common interests far outweigh their differences.
British Prime Minister Theresa May wrote to Brussels on Friday asking for a delay of Brexit until up to June 30, while saying she