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ce and the blockade of Hong Kong International Airport by some radical demonstra
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rmined the rule of law, hindered economic development and harmed the interests of Hong Kong’s people.
If the violence further escalates, Hong Kong’s prosperity and stability will suffer a severe blo
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Wilson Lee Flores, a columnist at The Philippine Star, said the continued chaos in Hong Kong, apparently created by an
ti-government protesters and encouraged by foreign influences, must be quickly stopped.上海夜生活
Strong measures should be taken as the chaos is not only bad for Hong Kong’s economy and tourism, but also disad
vantageous for the prosperity of the East Asian region as Hong Kong is an important financial and trade center, he said.上海夜生活品茶微信
China’s Mission to the European Union said on Wednesday that
what is happening in Hong Kong is now devolving into extreme violence.
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rigorously lawful exercise of duties by Hong Kong police with the extreme and violent offe
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China’s diplomatic mission in Geneva also lashed out at the United Nati
ons human rights office on Wednesday, accusing its spokesman of making a “wro
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The Office of the Commissioner of the Foreign Ministry in the HKSAR said on Wednesday that the words and deeds of som上海夜生活品茶微信
e lawmakers from the United States have shown them to be the “black hands” behind the violent radicals in Hong Kong, ref
erring to a comment from US legislators including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
situation in Hong Kong, especially when mounting evidence shows US meddling in China’s dom
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pport of the rioters, which is detrimental to the city’s peace and stability.”
China has repeatedly accused the US of interfering in Hong Kong affairs and urged it to stop. While the US has denied th
上海千花坊e accusations, US politicians and media have frequently slandered efforts by Beijing and
the Hong Kong police to maintain social order and voiced their support for the protesters.
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hoping to turn Hong Kong into another source of leverage it can use to pressure China.
China highly values Sino-US ties, but this relationship must be built on the bedrock of the US respecting China’s sovereignty.”上海千花坊
Yuan Zheng, director of US foreign relations research at the Institute of American Studies under the Chinese Aca
demy of Social Sciences, said the US has been a major external force fueling the current turmoi
l in Hong Kong by funding and training protestors, as well as whitewashing their violent actions.上海千花坊女神会所
“Denying port visits means China is very displeased with the deep US involvement in its domestic affairs,” Yuan said.
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lsen to measure consumer confidence, remained high in the second quarter of this year.
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ic regarding local job prospects, personal finance and willingness to spend, a Nielsen report showed.
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ogenous power of its economy has kept growing,” Justin Sargent, president of Nielsen China, said.
Global Times journalist Fu Guohao was discharged from a Hong Kong hospital on Wednesday, ha
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te on Tuesday during a sit-in that shut down the airport’s operations for almost two days.
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said he did not suffer serious injuries, coming away with just some bruising to his face.
Fu thanked the public for their care and concern, saying he still loves Hong Kong.
上海419Fu was sent to Hong Kong by the Global Times to cover the protests. The mass sit-in
at the airport started on Friday and led the airport to halt operations for two days.
Wearing a yellow press jacket, Fu’s hands and legs were bound while he上海419
was assaulted by a group of protestors who didn’t believe him to be journalist.
Fu was taken away by ambulance early Wednesday morning.
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also detained and assaulted for hours by protestors who had doubts about his identity.
ome journalists tried but were unable to rescue the man, with protestors accusing those journalists of being undercover agents.
上海419The protestors demanded that the journalists produce identity documents to prove that they were reporters.
The man was later rescued after riot police arrived at the airport.
Shortly after Fu was detained and assaulted, Global Times editor-in-chief Hu
Xijin confirmed on his Sina Weibo account that Fu works for the media organization.上海419女神会所
Hu said the protesters’ actions were “shameless” and “cowardly”.
Hu urged protesters, whom he called “mobs”, to respect journalists.上海419
“If these radical protesters in Hong Kong could conduct brutal lynching against jou
rnalists, then you tell me, should we stop calling you mobs, but ‘terrorists’?” Hu asked.
In a letter to Hu, the Hong Kong Association of Media Veterans condemned what happened to Fu at the airport.上海419女神会所
The association, with a membership of more than 1,000 media prof
essionals, said Fu has shown the world how to be a professional reporter.
Party motto inspired by young soldier keeps educating members in new era
XI’AN-Serving the people wholeheartedly-this is
the motto of the Communist Party of China (CPC), the world’s largest ruling party. 上海夜网
In an education campaign themed “stay true to our founding mission”, which has been carried out nationwide since May, all CPC
members and officials are required to bear in mind the phrase and act accordingly. 上海夜网女神会所
The expression “serving the people” originated from a speech by late Chinese leader Ma
o Zedong in September 1944 in memory of a soldier, Zhang Side, renowned for
his lofty morality for serving the people wholeheartedly and sacrificing for the benefit of the people. 上海夜网
The speech has had a profound impact on the history of the CPC, and “serv
上海夜网女神会所ing the people wholeheartedly” became the fundamental purpose of the Party.
Seventy-five years on, Zhang’s stories have been eulogized by generations of Chinese, and his spirit has been passed on.
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1933 and the CPC four years later. Throughout the Long March, Zhang fought bravely in battles and was injured seve
ral times. He also worked very hard while in Yan’an, a revolutionary base of the CPC in the 1940s.
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apsed. Zhang pushed a soldier out of the kiln, resulting in him being buried. He died at the age of 29.
to register in the system, and select the “foreigners for permanent stay in China” option when filling out their information.
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ia organizations” in the media category and input their specific region in the personal information field.
上海千花坊The time and place for the pickup of media passes will be up
dated on the official website of the expo (www.ciie.org) later.
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S electric car maker Tesla Inc plans to raise prices in China from
September due to exchange rate uncertainty, according to Reuters on Wednesday.上海千花坊
The change will take effect before Tesla rolls out its first Chin
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The price increase covers all Tesla models currently in the market, and even the Model 3 to be produced at the Gigaf
actory in Shanghai at the end of this year, said a sales representative in a report by The Paper on Thursday.上海千花坊
A person in charge of Tesla China told The Paper that everybody should rely on the company’s official website for specific p
rice information and did not respond to the detailed reasons for the price increase.
上海千花坊女神会所On Tesla China’s official website, there was no change in prices by Friday.
Last month, Tesla just marked down the prices of its Model 3 series, with the highest reduction up to 33,100 yu
an ($4,700). China-made Model 3 vehicles still maintain a starting price of 328,000 yuan.
Average, Nasdaq Composite and S&P 500 – closed up more than 1 percent each Tuesday.
上海乌托邦After Monday’s selloff, the biggest of the year, Tuesday’s rebound of 312 points put the Dow at 26,023.
On Monday, the Dow lost 767.27 points, or 2.9 percent, after US President Donald Trump called China a currency manipulator.
“There is more uncertainty in the global environment,” Usha Haley, the W. Frank Barton Distinguished Chair in In上海乌托邦
ternational Business and a professor of management at Wichita State University, told China Daily. “It does not contribute t
上海乌托邦女神会所o planning or investment in the global economy and doesn’t beneﬁt China or the US. We’re in uncharted territory.”
“Most investors and traders do not find meaningful the designation of currency manipulator and most belie
ve it is unlikely to foster successful negotiations,” Andrew Karolyi, a finance professor at Cornell University, told Ch上海乌托邦
ina Daily. “Fluctuations in the yuan continue to reﬂect market supply and demand pressures and have for several y
ears. I would not rule out a US-China trade deal before the end of 2019 or early 2020. There are incentives in both co
上海乌托邦女神会所untries to stabilize trade flows and ease the burden of trade policy uncertainty.”
But Trump may be able to use the currency-manipulation charge to his advantage, one expert said.
“Unfortunately, the declaration that China is a currency manipulator can be used by the pr上海乌托邦女神会所
esident as a reason to take further unilateral actions against China,” Steve Charles Kyle, an economics pr
ofessor at Cornell University, told China Daily. “It is clearly bad news for both the USA and China. The USA will see highe
上海乌托邦r prices as tariffs take effect, and China will see fewer exports as the US buys less and also as production moves elsewhere.”
With equity markets roiled and supply chains disrupted, Goldman Sachs now ex
pects the Fed to cut interest rates by at least a quarter- point i女神会所n September and October.上海乌托邦
Trump has frequently called for more cuts in the federal funds rate, which has a target of 2-2.25 percent.
If inﬂation is close to the Fed’s 2 percent target in December, Goldman Sachs believes rate cuts will stop.
ble-edged sword hurting both sides. We hope that the US will adhere to the basic principles of the
上海后花园market economy, and take more measures that benefit others as well as itself,” Cong added.
Hong Junjie, a professor of international trade at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, said tha
t while China was looking for reasonably priced agricultural products from the US, it was also making targeted adjust上海后花园女神会所
ments to its supply chain of agricultural imports, largely motivated by the ongoing Sino-US trade dispute.
“This move will not only enhance its food security, but may also further improve the quality of ag
ricultural products, bringing its people more options of farm goods across the world,” Hong added.上海后花园女神会所
“The US must be aware that China’s purchase of agricultural product
s is only based on reasonable market prices and good quality, and the country certainly
上海后花园has many choices in global markets,” said Huo Jianguo, vice-chairman of the China Society for WTO Studies.
Huo said it is time for the US to help its farmers sell their products in overseas markets with more policy guarantees.
上海后花园女神会所”Moreover, the impact has affected to the whole industrial chain. The growing trade tension can only hold back
purchases in the market and cause price competition that damages the market environment,” he said.
On Thursday, the day after the 12th round of trade talks concluded on a “constructive” note, according to US neg
otiators, the US leader threatened to levy 10 percent additional duties on another $300 billion of Chinese goods st上海后花园
arting Sept 1, breaking the promise that it would not impose further tariffs on Chinese imports.
Not being content with that, the White House also had issued a memorandu
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secure changes at the WTO that would prevent self-declared developing countries from
The SAR government, in a statement issued at around 6 pm on Sunday, said Hong Kong will descend to a d
上海419论坛angerous tipping point if such blatant lawlessness and violence, which is beyond freedom of expression, were condoned.
Hong Kong saw two very different crowds on Saturday afternoon. On was made up of 90,000 people who assembled peacefully in Victoria Park in Causeway Bay.上海419论坛
Observers called the peaceful, positive rally, the third of its type since mid-June, the silent majority’s answer to the radica
lism and violence mounted by protesters who have repeatedly thrown the city into chaos. Two earlier rallies saw a
上海419论坛女神会所bout 480,000 people voicing their shared aspirations of restoring peace and harmony to the city.
The damp lawns of Victoria Park were packed with participants. At one point in the pub
lic rally, youngsters took the stage to remove their masks to reveal their identities in stark contrast to masked radicals.上海419论坛
Emma Chan Ming-kwan took her 13-year-old son to the rally in hopes of teaching him “to tell right from wrong”.
“Biased school education and media reports have failed to warn youngsters about the consequences of violence,” she said.
上海419论坛女神会所A 46-year-old Hong Kong resident of Italian origin who gave his name as Renato said he attended to support Hong Kon
g police and the SAR government because he doesn’t agree with the behavior of unlawful protesters.
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ricts was almost completely paralyzed as thousands of protesters against a now-suspended extradition amen
dment bill ignored police warnings and blocked major roads, occupying a critical cross-harbor tunnel twice.
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outiques and posh restaurants that are major attractions for locals and tourists.
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useway Bay, two police vehicles were set upon by masked protesters who attemp
ted to blind officers with flashlights and laser pens. Some protesters van
dalized Golden Bauhinia Square, where the flag-raising ceremony is held every day, in Wan Chai.
Wednesday. Hong Kong Police have charged 44 people for rioting as of Tu
上海千花坊esday, following an illegal assembly held in Western District on Hong Kong Island on S
Thus, Fan said it was not strange that some people from Taiwan were assisting and financing the violent protesters.
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storming into the city’s legislature and vandalizing the complex, resulting in an early recess of the legi
上海千花坊品茶微信slature and costing about HK$40 million to HK$50 million ($5.1 million to $6.4 million) to repair.
One of the lawless intruders, who took off his mask, was identified as a “pro-Hong Kong in
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id the Taiwan authorities would consider their applications for asylum on humanitarian grounds.
Fan said the violent protesters, who were manipulated by external influences, intended to provoke and test the bottom li上海千花坊
ne of the central government by attacking the Legislative Council, the building of the Liaison Office of the C
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The recent mayhem has also caused some to call into question liberal studies in the city.
In the wake of the violent attack on July 1, Tung Chee-hwa, vice-chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese Peo
ple’s Political Consultative Conference, China’s top advisory body, called liberal studies a total failure.上海千花坊品茶微信
The design of liberal studies is flawed, Fan said, since there are no syllabuses or te
xtbooks. It is up to the teachers to prepare teaching materials for students, Fan said.
上海千花坊Currently, liberal studies is a compulsory subject and examinations also are required.
“If students want to make high marks, they must follow what the teachers teach them an
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strong political inclinations, they will instill anti-China and anti-establishment ideas in the mind of students.”
gh school student. Though under pressure from schoolwork, I ha
上海龙凤1314d a huge interest in the English language and read a number of English classics by referring to a d
ictionary as thick as a brick. Even now I am grateful for that period when I accumulated adequate knowledge and lan
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uzhou Industrial Park had undergone rapid and significant economic development. With Singaporean
expertise, Chinese governmental sectors initialized landscape and infrastructure constructions on the basis of 上海龙凤1314
sustainability. Gradually, those main functional districts we see now in Suzhou Industrial Park had all been set up by
2005, including the Jin Ji Lake Scenic Area, High Educational District, Science Park, Logistics Park and Export Pr
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mpanies were attracted to set roots in Suzhou Industrial Park, such as Bosch, Samsung and Lilly pharmaceutical. An op
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ears have seen a foundation-laying course for both Suzhou Industrial Park and me.
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ore. After a five-hour plane journey, the moment I stepped out of the cabin door, I felt stifled by the hot, moist ai
r, which was very contrary to the cold, dry winter season in China that time. Known for its clean streets, green plants an
d high GDP per capita, Singapore was totally new to me in all aspects. Cars ran swiftly on spacious highways. Massive sky 上海龙凤1314
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ught. While I was diligent to pursue my degree, I was unsure of something, something I was lon
ging for. When I came to the Suzhou Industrial Park during winter break in 2010, I was struc