When I was in fourth 上海夜网idn’t understand why

he river running through our village suddenly turned black. I only knew that I wasn’t allowed to swim in it anymore,” she recalled.

“I later found out that this was caused by factories disch

 上海夜网女神会所arging sewage into the waters. But back then, the villagers, including my

parents, thought that such a practice was normal. I even played with trash, collected it and burned it for fun.” 上海夜网

Zhou worked as a civil servant in Shanghai after getting a bachelor’s degree in Chinese literature from Fudan Univ

ersity. While working this job, she had the chance to embark on her first overseas trip to Tasmania, Australia. 上海夜网女神会所

There, when faced with pristine scenes of n

ature, she finally understood the magnitude of the pollution problem at home. 上海夜网

“It was in Tasmania where I learned that leaves should not be cover

 上海夜网ed in dust, that the sky should be blue, that the water should be clear,” she said.

The trip sparked something within her, and she resigned from her job as soon as she returned, joining a

n environmental protection organization to protect bar-headed geese at the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. 上海夜网女神会所

Two years later, in 2013, Zhou followed her husband to the United States, where he was accepte

 上海夜网d into Harvard Medical School. There, she continued to work at various nonprofit organizations.

Eager to learn more about how environmental protection organizations operate, Zhou applied for a master’s degree program at

Harvard Kennedy School in 2015. In her application letter, Zhou expressed that she was determined to re 上海夜网女神会所

turn to Shanghai after graduation to create an organization aimed at helping people live in an e

nvironmentally friendly way. She went on to study at the institution on a full scholarship.

 上海夜网女神会所Despite friends advising her to begin her career in the United States after graduation, Zhou made good on her promise

and returned to Shanghai in 2016. However, she was sidetracked from her original plan and ended up doing bus

iness related to organic food. It was only when she attempted to sell her organ

ic produce in a residential neighborhood in 2018 that she was reminded of her initial calling. 上海夜网女神会所

While chatting with the head of the neighborhood committee, she learned that in Ma

rch that year the Shanghai municipal government released a plan to implement household waste sorting.

newbalancestore.cn

Traditional tailor-made i 上海千花网sociated with luxury.

 Customers are paying as much for the products as for the meticulous, personal servic

es and the exclusive, well-decorated spaces where such services are provided. W 上海千花网女神会所

e have removed all the unnecessary parts and are targeting office workers and fresh graduates,” said Wei.

 上海千花网Together with four co-founders, the Shanghai Jiao Tong University graduate mad

e several entrepreneurial forays before settling on “accessible menswear tailoring”. 上海千花网

“We have spotted a gap between the supply and demand. On one hand, manufacturers and bran

 上海千花网女神会所ds are struggling to keep consumers in an increasingly competitive market. On the other hand, the

young consumers are always looking to find the next perfect shirt or dress,” said Wei.

Today, the company is in partnership with a dozen apparel factories across the country, which help produ

ce not only shirts, but also jeans and jackets for the company’s 1.5 million members. 上海千花网

Sales this year are expected to reach 800 million yuan, four times that of 2018.

 上海千花网”I don’t think we are in competition with any particular brand. Instead, we are creating a new category,” said Wei.

But she admitted that the pricing of their offerings has put them in the same field as fast fas 上海千花网女神会所

hion brands like Uniqlo and China’s homegrown menswear giant Heilan Home. 上海千花网

he market for menswear in China has been underestimated for a long time. It’s not like men don’t need to lo

 上海千花网女神会所ok smart or have the financial capability to spend, but it’s in our traditional mindset that there is

not a market for them. If there is any difference, it is that they are less willing to spe

nd time on selecting styles and brands, which means higher brand loyalty,” said Wei. 上海千花网

Consultancy firm Euromonitor International estimated that China’s menswear market was worth over 572 billio

n yuan in 2018, up 7 percent year-on-year. While it still accounts for about one-third of the total apparel market, it is proj 上海千花网女神会所

cted to enjoy a higher-than-average growth rate and surpass 612 billion yuan by 2023.

Everbright Securities estimated that China’s tailoring market would be worth 200 billion yuan by 2020, almost twice t

hat of 2016, and about 80 percent of the business would come from the mid-price sector.

www.wolaiduobao.cn

urged to comply with上海419WTO rulingganization he

Washington’s countervailing measures on Chinese imports violate body’s laws

The United States has challenged the authority of the World Trade Organization by ignoring a上海419

WTO ruling, and such a move may escalate trade tension with China, experts said on Wednesday.

上海419品茶微信The WTO announced on Tuesday that the revised countervailing measures imposed by t

he US on imports of certain products from China were inconsistent with WTO laws.

However, the US failed to comply with the WTO ruling and上海419

accused China of “using State-owned enterprises to subsidize its economy”.

上海419The WTO mechanism is what members use to settle trade disputes, and countries in most cases abide by the rulings made by th

e organization, said Xue Rongjiu, deputy director of the China Society for WTO Studies.上海419品茶微信

“If member economies don’t follow this procedure, the rule-based global multilateral system

will be damaged and threatened by protectionism,” Xue said, adding that under such circumstances, some

上海419members may be forced to also use trade as a geopolitical weapon to ensure their interests.

Upholding the findings of a WTO dispute panel made public in March 2018, a WTO appellate body ruled that the US acted inc

onsistently with its provisions of subsidies and countervailing measures agreement.上海419品茶微信

The Ministry of Commerce urged the US to take immediate and concrete

action to “correct the wrong practices” in the anti-subsidy investigation against China and to c

上海419reate a fair and stable international trading environment for companies from both countries.

“Although both the panel of experts and the appellate body in this case

have ruled that the US countervailing measures violate WTO rules and asked the US to c上海419品茶微信

orrect its action, the US didn’t comply with the WTO ruling and continued to adopt tra上海419

de remedy measures against Chinese products in recent years,” the ministry said in a statement on Tuesday.

www.yuyingleyou.com.cn

However, when it was air上海会所g was surprise

ed to find that her role was intensely criticized online. Her charac

ter was accused of being stupid. Some people even equated her with the role. In reality, of c上海会所品茶微信

ourse, it showed her ability to win over audiences with the integrity of her performance.

上海会所”As an actress, I cannot shape a perfect role. The script is there, and I have to show the role’s stupidity according to the script,” says Yang.

Another highlight of her career was the fantasy drama, Ashes of上海会所品茶微信

Love, which aired in 2018. It topped TV ratings for 34 consecutive days.

上海会所But success can take a toll. Yang lost 9 kilograms while shooting, but the end result made the sacrifice worthwhile, she says.

Yang cares deeply about audiences and welcomes critical suggestions. “I don’t like hearing praise all the time, since that makes it hard to pro

gress. I like to listen to different people and improve my acting based on their suggestions.”上海会所品茶微信

With 20 years of acting under her belt, Yang allows herself a modicum of confidence. “I used to feel tense and was afraid the director might be dissatisfied with

上海会所my acting. But now, I can discuss the character and my acting with the director if I have a different understanding of the role.”

Yang also says she used to care a little too much about what others thought

. Now, she focuses more on her inner feelings and is clearer on what road she should take.上海会所品茶微信

“Sometimes, it seems two people are fighting inside my heart, but I always tell myself to discover my true feelings.”

Gu Ying, formerly a professional paraglider, is now a wild

life photographer. Gu has spent much time shooting wild animals in Hoh Xil Nat上海会所

onal Nature Reserve, in northwestern China’s Qinghai province, since 2016. “My responsibility and obli

gations are to record wild animals in a real, comprehensive way, and to reveal the actual living conditions of the an

上海会所品茶微信imals to the public. I hope the public will learn about the wild animals, and then help protect them,” says Gu.

Becoming a Photographer

Both of Gu Ying’s parents served in China’s air force. Under their infl

uence, Gu developed a yearning to fly when she was young. One day, in 2003, paragliding c上海会所

aught her attention, while she was hiking. The sport evoked her childhood dream of flying.

Gu took some paragliding courses, and she later became a profe

ssional paraglider. She practiced paragliding for half a year before she won the gold medal in a n上海会所品茶微信

ational paragliding competition. She became a member of China’s national paragliding team in 2004. She wo

n gold medals in national paragliding competitions three times over the next five years. Unfortunately, she had an accid

ent while she was practicing in 2009; she fractured the second lumbar vertebra, and she was confined to bed for the ne

xt three months. She had to suspend her paragliding career for at least one year.

Chen Xinyu contributed to the story.

www.huawaii.cn

and Daisy, respectivel上海419y Chen and actres

Domestic celebrities can enhance the viewing experience when they make ch

aracters in overseas animations sound local, but things can sometimes go wrong.上海419

At a giant venue at Beijing’s 751 Park, a stage was decorated like a replica of an apartment building in New York.

Then, a few minutes after the event host appeared from the door, three windows opened, with

上海419品茶微信comedian Chen Peisi, actor Feng Shaofeng and Taiwan singer-actress Amber Kuo appearing from them.

Each of the guests then hugged a furry creature resembling the an

imal characters they perform in the voice-overs for the upcoming Hollywood an上海419

imation sequel The Secret Life of Pets 2, which will open across the Chinese mainland on Friday.

上海419品茶微信In the film, Chen is the voice of the conceited rabbit Snowball, while Feng dubs t

he canine protagonist Max, and Kuo lends her voice to Gidget, a white Pomeranian.

As well as the three celebrities, the film also features renowned director Feng Xiaogan上海419

g and actress Ma Li, who lend their voices to two of the major animal characters in the Mandarin version.

At a news conference held in the Chinese capital on June 25, the stars tried to strike

上海419a chord with local audiences through sharing personal stories about raising pets.

Meanwhile, latest data from the box-office tracker Maoyan showed that the Universal Pictures and Illumination Entert上海419品茶微信

ainment production has topped the presale box-office charts for animation features as of Friday.

Comments on review aggregator Douban, an important reference point for fans to select their weekend viewing, also suggest上海419

ed that the film had drawn the highest number of potential theatergoers for its opening day.

For most industry observers, the film typifies the latest efforts by foreign animati上海419品茶微信

on productions to grab attention in China, the world’s second-largest movie market.

上海419Jiang Yong, a Beijing-based analyst, says that using Chinese celebrities for the Mand

arin voice-overs is a pivotal part of the local marketing strategy for imported animation films.

“And, despite the fact that most adult viewers, especially those in their 20s or 30s, are used to watching native language orig上海419品茶微信

inals with subtitles, the Mandarin version is the top option for families with young children,” adds Jiang.

But while stars can boost ticket sales, some of them have also sparked contro

versy, mostly due to skepticism surrounding their inadequate voice-over techniques.

nqmqgh.cn

Twenty-three provincial-lev上海后花园in China have anno

nounced plans to raise their basic old-age pensions, cnr.cn reported.

上海后花园Fifteen regions, including Hebei, Inner Mongolia, Jiangxi,

Shaanxi and Jiangsu上海后花园品茶微信, have promised to pay the raised pension to retirees before the end of July.

In Central China’s Henan province, the minimal basic pension sta

ndard for rural and urban residents will be increased to 103 yuan ($14.98) from 98, said Li Ha

ilong, deputy head of the provincial human resources and social security department.上海后花园

It is estimated the local government would provide additional funding of over 900 million yuan

to the pension scheme, which will benefit more than 15 million elderly rural and urban residents, Li said.上海后花园品茶微信

Regional plans to reduce enterprises’ social insurance premium rate are also being gradually implemented across the country.

上海后花园Statistics show in the first half of 2019 enterprise expenses for basic endowment insurance,品茶微信

unemployment insurance and employment injury insurance have been cut by over 128 billion yuan.

After companies’ social insurance premium rates were reduce

d to 16 percent from 20 percent, the savings can be invested into production, expansion and o上海后花园品茶微信

peration, said Gao Ying, personnel administration manager from an electronics company in Jiangxi.

A recent State Council executive meeting decided to fully implement trans

上海后花园ferring State assets to social security funds this year. More beneficial policies are ex

pected to be launched in the second half of 2019, as the country continues to advance social security reform.

A new natural gas network in the Xinjiang Uygur auton上海后花园品茶微信

omous region is making life for residents like Hazret Mamut much more convenient.

“I used to go to the gas station to change the fuel tank when it was empty, which used to take 10 minutes of riding an electric sco上海后花园品茶微信

oter,” Hazret recalled. But now, he only needs to turn the knob of the stove and the flame is lit.

“Using natural gas costs less than 20 yuan ($2.90) every month for cooking,” Hazret added.上海后花园

Such convenience in Hazret’s life is due to a natural gas p

roject conducted by PetroChina, one of China’s major oil companies.

Since the natural gas pipeline was put into operation in May in Wushi county in Aksu prefecture, Hazret’s home, a natural ga

s network covering all prefectures in southern Xinjiang has been established.

zaddw.cn

Compared with norther上海夜生活outhern Chinese

 cities have a faster growth rate of total retail sales of consum

er goods due to differences in industrial structure, according to the report.上海夜生活

In general, southern Chinese cities’ per capita disposable income is also higher than nort

上海夜生活品茶微信hern Chinese cities, which need to accelerate industrial transformation, the report said.

Developing the night economy has been an important measure to stimulate the vitality o

f consumption and release consumption potential in various Chinese cities.上海夜生活

 Breaking-up may be hard for many people, but it might also prove to be a gold mine for some.

For Li Fangfang, 27, the “breakup economy” is obvious in the “breakup museum”

上海夜生活she launched in June in Lanzhou, capital of northwest China’s Gansu Province.

In the museum, exhibits such as rings, letters and train tickets are on display.

“I created this museum to help people out of sadness and desperation from heartbreak,” Li said. “All the exhibits were上海夜生活品茶微信

collected by me and my team from the Internet, or donated by visitors themselves.”

上海夜生活The museum is divided into sections of different themes. In addition to the ex

ibits, there are also punching bags, a screening room and a “make a wish” lobby.

“I want people to be able to relieve their internal pressure, let go of the past, move on and embrace a new, bright future,” she said.上海夜生活品茶微信

In China, “breakup museums” have mushroomed in many localities,

as the “breakup economy” catches on. In April, for instance, a similar museum opened in Eas

上海夜生活品茶微信China’s Anhui province. In the provinces of Sichuan and Jiangsu, there are also such museums.

To promote her museum, Li turned to social media such as WeChat and short video platforms like

Douyin to spread the word. She also established chatting groups on WeChat, where offline activities上海夜生活品茶微信

were often held. Some of the broken hearts in the groups began dating after meeting each other.

www.exstorm.org

For instance, an electric ca上海千花网run 350 kilomet

ers on one charge would earn 5 credits for its maker according to previous equations, and in the draft proposal the credits will be redu

ced to 2.5, according to Cui Dongshu, secretary-general of the China Passenger Car Association.上海千花网

He added that the proposed policy encourages better technology as more efficient power consumption will earn more credits.

上海千花网女神会所Analysts said the plan’s release will help carmakers to coordinate their production plans, es

pecially international ones, which have been slower than Chinese ones to respond to policy changes.

Herbert Diess, CEO of Volkswagen AG, called for a stable policy envi上海千花网

ronment at the World New Energy Vehicle Congress held in early July in Hainan province.

The German carmaker said almost half of its new energy vehicles produced in 2028 will

上海千花网女神会所be made in China. China has been the largest market for new energy vehicles since it overtook the United States in 2015.

So far there are around 3.5 million such vehicles on its roads.

The country’s new energy vehicle sales surged 65.9 percent year-on-year to 577,000 units上海千花网

during the January-June period, data from the China Passenger Car Association showed.

上海千花网女神会所The draft proposal is expected to help boost hybrids as well, to which Japanese carmakers have devoted much time and money.

They would still be considered fossil-fueled but re-classified as “low fuel consu

mption passenger vehicles” and thus will incur less negative points than traditional vehicles.

Under the current system, automakers in China are obliged to make up for a portion of the negative points they incur whe上海千花网女神会所

n they produce internal combustion engine vehicles with points won for producing new energy vehicles.

Analysts said the revision could see more traditional vehicles replaced with hybrids, because when automakers prod

uce hybrids. The proposed change came as a surprise, some experts and industry officials said, because the gove上海千花网女神会所

rnment has never before given any preferential treatment for hybrid technology.

“The new proposed policy is a roundabout way to promote hybrid cars,” said Cui in a social media post.

www.whcoding.cn

As for China, US seclu上海会所ans scientific fields that r

t rely heavily on importation of advanced equipment will be affected the m

ost. “The silver lining of US pressure is that China will be forced to innovate and be self-suffi上海会所

cient,” Pan said. “The US cutting off exchanges will slow us down a little, but will not stop our strides for progress.”

上海会所品茶微信Given the uncertainty of the situation, scientists and scholars around the world fear that the worl

d will be divided into two major blocs, like during the Cold War. “Splitting the world into two syst

ems and hyping the clash of civilizations will be disastrous for all humanity,” Pan said.上海会所

“The current international systems were mostly put in place after World War II, but this world

上海会所品茶微信order did not anticipate the astonishing rise of China,” he said. “As a result, some norms within the current glob

al systems must change in order to accommodate the new dynamics, a process in which China is willing to help.”

China has been slowly and sincerely contributing its own standards

and knowledge to global governance, especially in regard to the social impact and上海会所

governance of artificial intelligence, biosciences and other emerging technologies, Pan said.

上海会所”China is not a disrupter, but a contributor to the current world order,” he said.

China’s economic growth weakened to 6.2 percent year-on-year in the second quarter, but remained stable on the wh

ole in the first half of this year at 6.3 percent, according to data released by the National Bureau of Statistics on Monday.上海会所品茶微信

The country’s industrial output rose by 6.3 percent year-on-year i

n June, compared with 5 percent in the previous month, official data showed.

But in the first half of this year, industrial output growth dropped to 6 percent, down from 6.5 percent in the first quarter.上海会所品茶微信

Fixed-asset investment growth was 5.8 percent in the first six month

s combined, compared with 6.3 percent in the first quarter, according to the NBS.

Retail sales increased by 8.4 percent year-on-year in the first hal上海会所

f of this year, compared with 8.3 percent in the first quarter, the data showed.

Production rises 34.6 percent for new energy vehicles and 20.1 percent for solar cells year-on-year in H1, the NBS said.上海会所品茶微信

The bureau said that growth remained on track despite increasing external uncertainties and new downward growth pressure.

www.xxxcj.cn

visits Chifeng as part 上海419ion of North China

President Xi Jinping made an inspection tour to North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region on Monday.

At a local community in Songshan district of Chifeng city, Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Commi 上海419品茶微信

ttee, learned about the grassroots party-building work as

 上海419well as the development of national integration and unity.

Later, he visited the Chifeng Museum, where he was briefed on the evolution of loca

l history and culture of the city and talked with the inheritors of the epic of King Gesar. 上海419

The Gesar epic tradition was listed as a World Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2009.

 上海419品茶微信hina’s Tiangong II space lab will spend its last days in orbit this week before making a controlled fall on

Friday back into Earth’s atmosphere, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

All of the space lab’s assigned tasks have been finished. It is scheduled

to fall out of orbit and reenter the atmosphere under ground control on Friday, the agency said. 上海419

Most of the spacecraft will burn up during the reentry process, with a small amount of de

 上海419品茶微信bris expected to fall in a designated secure area in the South Pacific Ocean, it added.

Preparations for reentry are underway, the agency said, saying China will publish related infor

mation or inform relevant parties in a timely manner to fulfill its international obligations. 上海419

Tiangong II was put into orbit in September 2016 atop a Long March 2F carrier rocket from the Jiuquan Satellite La

unch Center in the Gobi Desert. The space lab is 10.4 meters high, 3.35 m in diameter and weighs 8.6 metric tons.

 上海419品茶微信Two astronauts, Jing Haipeng and Chen Dong, entered the lab that October after the

ir Shenzhou XI spacecraft docked with the lab and remained there for 30 days.

From April to September 2017, Tiangong II and Tianzhou I cargo spacecraft performed several docking and in-orbit refuel

ing operations, which demonstrated resupply and refueling technologies for a space station. 上海419

The space lab also carried out a series of scientific and technological experiments.

 上海419品茶微信Its predecessor, Tiangong I, was launched in September 2011 and was mainly used to test technologies involved in space re

ndezvous and docking. Tiangong I fell back to the Earth in April 2018 in an uncontrolled manner.

changjiucf.cn