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nt mechanism will be established to guide and encourage residents to separate their waste.
The comprehensive coverage pattern of domestic waste classification has taken shape, and上海千花网女神会所
more than 70 percent of residential areas achieve the set waste-classification standard.
上海千花网Shanghai has simultaneously followed the construction period of nine domestic garbage treatm
ent projects and accelerated work on three organic garbage projects and four other garbage projects.
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19,300 tons per day and organic garbage capacity will reach 5,500 tons per day.
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Shanghai’s waste classification standard has changed many times.
Today the city’s standard is set to the aforementioned four categories of waste.上海千花网
Regulations on this standard clearly categorize the whole process: units and individuals sh
ould be classified at source; property companies should be classified and transferred; receiving enterprises sh上海千花网女神会所
ould be classified and transported; and the final disposal enterprises should be classified and disposed.
上海千花网Clarifying the purpose of the four categories establishes a social responsibi
lity system so that garbage producers, government departments, managers, collection, transportation and dis
posal units and social organizations can perform their duties and responsibilities.上海千花网女神会所
This is all with the goal of putting in place the Shanghai model of Chinese domestic waste classification.
Forming a system based on the rule of law上海千花网
Shanghai in 2000 became China’s first pilot for municipal solid waste classification.上海千花网女神会所
To ensure the pilot’s success, the Shanghai Municipal Government in 2014 issued ten policies and documents.
Laws and regulations are obviously crucial to any waste management system, and on July
d in incorporating garbage classification into the rule of law.
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0 yuan for mixed garbage and 50,000 yuan for mixed transportation by units.
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Hotels will no longer provide disposable household necessities or they’ll
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leware – if they do and fail to make corrections within a time limit, they will be fined the same amount. 上海419
Editor’s note: Japan has restricted the exports of three highly specialized products needed to make sem
上海419品茶微信iconductors, smartphones and computers to the Republic of Korea, which could seriously hurt ROK enter
prises such as electronics giants Samsung and SK Hynix. At a meeting of the Council on Trade in Goods of the Wo
rld Trade Organization last week, the ROK criticized Japan’s move, saying it’s unjustified. What will be the impact of the Tokyo-Seoul spat on the regional eco
nomy and stability? Two experts share their views on the issue with China Daily’s Liu Jianna. Excerpts follow: 上海419品茶微信
Tokyo vents anger against ROK moves
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to work in mines and factories and as “comfort women” before and during World War II, ROK President Moon Jae-in’s 上海419品茶微信
hard-line policy toward Tokyo, and the two countries’ conflicting policies on the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue.
Besides, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wants to portray himself as
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its coalition partner Komeito, can win two-thirds of the seats in the upper house election on Sunday. To some exte
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ful to the country, so that the US stops coercing Japan to compromise its economic interests.
The author is Shanghai Academy research fellow Center for China and Glob
alization(CCG) invited researcher. The views don’t necessarily reflect those of China Daily.
uary and it only took four months to reach an official agreement with the CSGKC administrative committee.
Biopharmaceuticals company InnoCare entered the CSGKC last year. Its founder and CEO, Cui Jis上海千花坊女神会所
ong, said the company will set up a production base in the CSGKC. Their first independent patented
上海千花坊new drug will hit the market by 2020 with an estimated sales value of 10 billion yuan.
Meanwhile, a General Electric bio-campus and an oncother
apy medicine manufacturing center of the international pharma company BeiGene wi上海千花坊女神会所
ll finish construction in the CSGKC this year. It will lead a new stage of development for the knowledge city.
Liu Jian, senior vice-president of BeiGene, said that the production center started construction in 2017. It is exp
上海千花坊女神会所ected to begin operating in the third quarter of 2019, with a production capacity of 24,000 liters of biological agent.
The CSGKC is also designated as a State-level pilot zone for the comprehensive reform of IP use and protection by the Sta上海千花坊
te Council. It has attracted the Patent Examination Cooperation Center of the National Intellectual Property Ad
ministration in Guangdong to settle in CSGKC. They are an important partner to build a whole IP chain in the area.上海千花坊女神会所
The center assesses patent invention applications, searches international patents and international preliminary applic
ations under the Patent Cooperation Treaty. It has processed 706,000 patent filings to date.上海千花坊
The center can handle more than 150,000 filings every year, covering machi
上海千花坊女神会所nery, electricity, communication, medicine, chemistry, optoelectronics and materials sectors.
Qiu Jiangwen, deputy director of the center, said it will participate in the Bay Area
‘s IP cooperation mechanism and promote the IP culture through various activities.上海千花坊
The local government is striving to improve the local investm
上海千花坊女神会所ent environment with better policies, infrastructure and public facilities.
Among them, the local government will provide housing and rent subsidies for professionals working in the CSGKC.
ause, it contends, Russia had for years violated it, in part by deve
loping and fielding the nuclear-capable SSC-8 ground-based cruise missile.上海夜生活女神会所
In February, Washington suspended its participation in the treat
上海夜生活y, saying it would quit the deal on Aug 2 if Russia does not return to compliance.
Moscow denied the allegation it violated the treaty and a
ccused Washington of breaking the accord, which the US likewise denied.上海夜生活
On July 3, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a bill that suspends the country’s par
上海夜生活女神会所ticipation in the treaty. The decree was passed by the Russian parliament last month.
The INF Treaty, which was signed by US president Ronald Reagan and Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev in 1987, has been c
onsidered a landmark arms control agreement. It bans Russia and the US from possessing, producing or c上海夜生活
onducting test flights of ground-launched cruise missiles and ballistic missiles
with a range of 500 to 5,500 kilometers. The treaty caps the number of deployed warheads at 1,550 for each side.上海夜生活女神会所
In an article in Arms Control Today, a monthly magazine on nonprolif
eration and global security, Daryl G. Kimball, executive director of the US-based Arms Cont上海夜生活
rol Association, suggested that the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, also known as New START, be extended for f
ive years in order “to provide a foundation for a more ambitious successor agreement”.
上海夜生活女神会所”Without New START, there would be no legally binding, verifiable limits on the US or Ru
ssian nuclear arsenals for the first time in nearly half a century,” Kimball said.
New START was signed by Russia and the US in 2010 and took effect in 20
11. It replaced the 1991 START I treaty, which expired in 2009, and superseded the 2002
Strategic Offensive Reductions Treaty, which was terminated when New START took effect.
New START limits the US and Russia to 1,550 deployed warheads on 700 deployed delivery vehicles for long-range, strategic n
uclear warheads. Both sides have reduced their forces, meeting the mandated limits in February last year. If Mosco
w and Washington don’t come to an agreement on an extension, the agreement could die in 2021.
the ship the captain suggested that he should have a Chinese name.
“He named me Gao Tianrui, based on the pronunciation of my English name,” he said.上海千花网女神会所
After Taiwan he worked in several places, including New York, Singapore and a 12-year stint in Hong Kong.
上海千花网Crossman first came to the Chinese mainland in 1981, when he went to Shanghai and Suzhou in Jiangsu province.
“Wherever I went, I had at least 30 people following me, asking about Hong Ko
ng, how much I earned and how I felt about the victory of the Chinese women’s volleyball上海千花网
team,” he said. In 1981, the Chinese women’s volleyball team won the world championship for the first time.
上海千花网女神会所His first visit to Beijing was six years later on business. “There were few cars and lots of bicycles on the roads.”
Crossman and his family moved to Beijing in 1997, when the traffic was heavier a
nd the city busier. “There were only two subway lines, with no air conditioning,” he said.上海千花网
Since then he has lived and worked in Beijing.
上海千花网女神会所His parents separated when he was young, and he lived in many
different places in the US, so he never felt like he had a regular home there.
I had no hometown in the United States,” he said. “Your home is where your things are. In this sense, Beijing is my home.”
Crossman can make traditional Beijing bean-paste noodles, and when he goes to a restaurant, he ord上海千花网
ers dumplings, mashed eggplant and fermented bean curd, a traditional Beijing dish.
上海千花网女神会所He can often be found chatting with local people, especially taxi drivers.
“I am more familiar with the lives of taxi drivers than most Beijingers,” he上海千花网
said. “When I see their license numbers, I can tell how many years they have worked.”
e held in New York from March 6-9, marking the US (United States) pr
emiere of Chinese composer Zhao Lin’s A Happy Excursion, a concerto for cello, orchestra a上海乌托邦
d the Pipa. “I was thrilled when I saw so many Westerners watched our performances,” recalls Wu.
上海乌托邦品茶微信She is pleased the younger generation of the pipaplayers tends to be better s
killed than the older generation of performers. She suggests the young people should b
etter understand traditional Chinese culture. Why? Someday, when the young artists perform the traditional Chinese m上海乌托邦
usic on the global stage, they will realize the significance of seeking the roots of the traditional Chinese culture.
Wu cannot remember how many times she has staged performances,上海乌托邦
both at home and abroad, during the past three decades. “My most unforgettable perfor
上海乌托邦品茶微信mance took place in a small music hall in the Republic of Tajikistan several years ago. While I was playing the pipa, th
e audience was so quiet that I could even hear their breath. My heart was filled with delight when I noticed they wer
e responsive to my hands’ movements when I played the pipa. I felt I was lucky to find such a keenly appreciative au
dience,” recalls Wu. “As most of the residents had little chance for entertainment, they considered my上海乌托邦品茶微信
oncert a ‘great event’ in their lives. I was deeply touched by their respective, pious attitude.”
Wu’s zest to perform inspires her to make continuous efforts to pursue artistic perfection, so m
ore people from around the world will be impressed by the unique artistic beauty of the pipa.上海乌托邦
Musicians from China and Malaysia jointly put on a classical m
usic performance in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday, playing out melody featuring cul
tural uniqueness to mark the 45 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries.上海乌托邦品茶微信
The “Maritime Silk Road Legend Concert 2019” was held in conjunction with marking the 45 years of the diplo
matic relations between the two countries, as we
ll-known conductor Tang Muhai guiding the Guangxi Symphony Orchestra conveyed the meaning of Chin上海乌托邦
ese traditional culture and friendship to the Malaysian people through classical music.
The performance drew hundreds of audience including senior Mala
ysian government officials like Mohamaddin Bin Ketapi, minister of tourism, arts and cul上海乌托邦品茶微信
ture as well as Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah and Education Minister Maszlee Malik.
In his message to the performance, Mohamaddin said he believed that the perf
ormances would greatly enhance bilateral cooperation between Malaysia and China.
ory of Music Middle School, in Beijing. Her score for pipaperformance ranked first among candidates in the country. From 1981-1987, she stu
died at the Central Conservatory of Music (in Beijing), where she became the first reci 上海419论坛
pient of a master’s degree in the pipa(in the country). Then, she began teaching at the school. However, she was not s
上海419论坛品茶微信atisfied with the “stable life.” In 1990, she traveled — alone — to Los Angeles (LA), to pursue further studies in the pipa.
Wu felt lost when she first arrived in LA, as most Americans, who had never seen the pipa, were not
accustomed to the musical instrument. As she struggled to adapt to her new life, Wu performed, in her 上海419论坛
spare time, in communities and primary and middle schools (in LA), to help Americans understand the beauty of the
上海419论坛品茶微信pipa. At the same time, though, Wu felt as if she were in music heaven, because she was able to study various ge
nres of music, including jazz, musicals, electronic music and rock and roll, to her heart’s content.
To help Americans understand the beauty of the oriental mus
ical instrument, she has, for the past three decades, played the pipa during numer 上海419论坛品茶微信
ous musical performances, including recitals and symphony and chamber music concerts. As a result, ma
上海419论坛ny Americans have become Wu’s fans. As Musical America (the oldest American magazine on classical music) noted, “She is th
e very model of a modern soloist, but more importantly, her work is part of a big step in the evolution of Western classi
cal music. Thanks to her, the pipa is no longer an exotic curiosity, let alone a complete mystery.” 上海419论坛品茶微信
Compared with Western music, traditional Chinese music tends to be more abstract, which leaves one with greater ro
上海419论坛om for imagination. After you watch a pipa performance, you may enjoy its lasting, and pleasant, aftertaste.
Wu’s adventurous spirit and virtuosity have led to collaborations across disciplines, and ha
ve allowed her to reach wider audiences, as she has worked to break through cultural and musical border 上海419论坛品茶微信
s. As a result, an increasing number of Westerners have been fascinated by the unique charm of Wu
上海419论坛’s “lute -like instrument.” During the past 29 years, Wu has achieved fruitful results in collaborating with Kronos Q
uartet. Early in 1995, Wu and Kronos premiered their first project, Tan Dun (a Chinese contemporary classical co 上海419论坛品茶微信
mposer and conductor)’s Ghost Opera, at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (in New YorkW
ithin a short time, Wu and Kronos embarked on a worldwide musical tour. Their performances were well received.
media accuse China of violating human rights in Xinjiang not because they care for the people of the region but because they want to use hu
man rights as a weapon to attack China so they can hide their own atrocious human rights records.上海419论坛女神会所
上海419论坛Just as Deng Xiaoping said, some Western countries use issues su
ch as human rights to criticize China, but what they’re really after is China’s sovereignty. In pa
rticular, the US, given its grim human rights record, has no right to criticize China.上海419论坛
If governments and people across the world want to safeguard huma
n rights and promote the global cause of human rights, they should abandon their biases ag
ainst each other, respect cultural diversities and realize that human rights are really ab上海419论坛
out making people’s lives better, which is exactly what the central government has been doing in Xinjiang.
of the State Council, China’s Cabinet, on Wednesday, it was decided t上海419论坛
hat 10 percent of the shares of domestic large-and medium-sized State-owned e
nterprises will be transferred to the social security fund. Beijing News comments:上海419论坛女神会所
State capital belongs to the people and should benefit all members of society. It is also the co
mmon practice of developed countries to supplement social security fund with State-controlled capital.上海419论坛
After the money is transferred, the SOEs will enjoy the rights and profits
as financial investors, while the social security fund will be strengthened.
Before the move, the social security fund mainly rel
ied on enterprises and fees paid by individuals plus financial subsidies.上海419论坛女神会所
Especially, in the past round of SOE reform, many retirees were allo
wed to get their pensions without ever paying for them, which means the whole society sub上海419论坛女神会所
sidized the SOEs. Now the SOEs are flourishing and it is time they render some help back to society.
Money from the SOEs has long been considered an important way to supplement the social security fund. Howev上海419论坛
er, progress in achieving this goal has been rather slow. According to a national audit report, at the end of March this
year, only 113.2 billion yuan ($16.42 billion) of 23 SOEs had been transferred to the social security fund, which account
s for less than 10 percent of the planned total. Only four provinces had started the job.上海419论坛女神会所
There are vested interests behind this. For example, certain local government
et revolution, should be encouraged to actively participate in the program and freely voice thei
r concerns. As the toilet revolution is aimed at increasing farmers’ well-being, their opinions about the prog上海419
ram, especially after it is completed, should be given due importance by the local governments.
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ficials need to take measures to ensure the toilets’ design and structure can withstand the test of time a上海419品茶微信
nd the facilities can be sustainably maintained. Since the aim of the toilet revolution is not just to accomplish a task assign
上海419ed by the higher authorities, but to revitalize the countryside, local officials should not embellish their performance by p
resenting results that appear impressive but lack substance. Instead, they should a
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Jiang Wenlai, a professor at the Institute of Agricultural Resources and Regional Planning, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
上海419There is a need to pay more attention to sustainability
The toilet revolution has not only improved farmers’ quality of life,
but also brought them some unexpected benefits. For instance, thanks to the significant impr上海419品茶微信
ovement in the living conditions in rural areas, partly due to the toilet revolution, young people living in the city ten
d to spend more time with their parents or grandparents in the countryside. As such, farmers will gra上海419
dually recognize the program’s many benefits and their enthusiasm for the toilet revolution will likely increase.
Also, certain villages’ experiences of the nationwide toilet modernization campaign could be applied elsewhere. For i上海419品茶微信
nstance, the model of integrating toilet renovation with domestic wastewater treatment adopted by Laiwu, Sha
ndong province, not only turns waste into productive commodity, but also significantly lowers the cost of the toilet ren
ovation. This model could be applied to areas with similar conditions and socioeconomic development level.上海419
Moreover, there is a need to pay more attention to the effects and sustainability of the
toilet revolution. To this end, a third-party monitoring and evaluation system sho上海419品茶微信
uld be established to assess the results and ensure the program is properly operated in the long run.
Yu Fawen, a research fellow at the Institute of Rural Development, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
US President Donald Trump on Sunday told a group of mostly American-bo
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ear Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Min
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se you can’t conceive of an America that includes us. You rely on a frightened America for your plunder.”
上海龙凤1314″Let’s be clear about what this vile comment is: A racist and xenophobic attack on De
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