cities, includi上海龙凤1314品茶微信ng Kunming, Ningbo, Xiamen and Guiyang, received less than 7,000 visi
ts per kilometer for each day, below the 7,000-visit bottom line required by the National Deve
lopment and Reform Commission, the nation’s top economic planner, as early as 2015.
More global top companies will participate in and expand their exhibition area du
ring the second China International Import Expo, financial news outlet Yicai reported.
The expo, which will be held in Shanghai again this November, will al
so have thousands of companies taking part for the first time, the report said.
“We will expand our display area from 200 square meters to 300 square meters this year, which shows our confidence in the Chi
nese market,” said Eric Rondolat, CEO of Dutch lighting company Signify, formerly known as Philips Lighting.
ocuments including a guideline on innovation and improving macro-regulation
, as well as a guideline on strengthening opening-up and cooperation in innovation capacity.
The meeting called for taking the supply-side structural reform as the main task, making coordinated efforts to stabilize economic
growth, promoting reforms, readjusting the economic structure, improving people’s livelihoods, pr
eventing risks, and ensuring social stability, according to a statement issued after the meeting.
The strategic guiding role of national development planning should be leveraged to improve coordination mec
hanisms for economic policies such as finance, currency, employment, industry, and regional development to en
sure the nation’s economic development stays within a reasonable range, the statement said.
also partnered with local authorities in Hefei to test autonomous
driving technologies, including robotaxis and autonomous fleet management, and on-de
mand mobility services, like ride hailing and car sharing, but none of the parties revealed the details.
Kong Xuanyou, vice-foreign minister and special representative of the Chinese government on
Korean Peninsula affairs, will take up his new post as Chinese ambassador to Japan on Thursday.
Kong, 59, is a fluent Japanese speaker. During his 34-year diplomatic care
er, he has spent two-thirds of the time dealing with issues related to Japan.
He has served in Chinese diplomatic missions in Japan on three occasions, and was China’s ambassador to Vietnam from 2011 to 2014.
Wang Xudong, director of the Palace Museum, says it’s a duty for museums to provide a platfo
rm for scholars to exchange their academic findings, for artists from different cultural back
grounds to show their work and boost mutual respect, and for children to pass traditions into the future.
The latest figures from the National Cultural Heritage Administration show China had 5,354 mu
seums by the end of 2018, and museums across the country held some 26,000 exhibitions in 2018 and
received 1.126 billion people, an increase of 30 percent and 16 percent, respectively.
The International Council of Museums organized the annual Inte
rnational Museum Day in 1977 to address the changing roles of museums.
Museums across the world are reinventing their roles to become more interact
ive, audience focused and active in delivering creativity and knowledge to their communities.
Socheat Chea, a Cambodian student with big dreams, wouldn’t attract much attention if he
walked down a street in his country since he doesn’t talk a lot and is a bit shy around strangers.
His classmate, Edgar Moreno Pena, who is from Venezuela, is more adept at socializing. He has
a vocabulary of more than 200 Chinese words, tells shopkeepers on Beijing streets pia
nyidian (give me a bigger discount) and uses Chinese-language food-delivery apps on his mobile phone.
“I often do shopping at Taobao and JD,” he said, referring to China’s two most popular online shopping websites.
Although the two foreign students have few similarities in their perso
nal backgrounds, they share a common goal at the Shenzhou Institute in northern Be
ijing: They are trying to learn from Chinese teachers how to design, build, operate and maintain satellites.
are quite tight,” said Li Xiaojin, a professor of aviation economics at the Civil Aviation University of China in Tianjin.
“Instead, by launching new flights at smaller cities, airlines may be able to realize net profits after two to three years of operati
ons. In the beginning stage, there are usually some favorable policies in price and services. In the next few year
s, the flight times available at those smaller airports may become precious, as well,” he said.
Shanghai-based Chinese budget carrier Spring Airlines has establis
hed three strategic bases since 2017. They are the airports in Yangzhou, Jiangsu province, Ningbo, Zhejiang province, and Shantou, Guan
gdong province, in addition to its main hub airports in Shanghai. Without much competition from major State-owned
airlines, Spring has achieved significant room for growth of launching more flights.
In summer and fall flying seasons of last year, about three quarters of Spri
ng’s flights departed from third-tier cities. Spring has a promising prospect, driven by the
growing passenger demand from smaller cities, according to a research report of Changjiang Securities.