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ult, the arms sales are anything but a move to stabilize the situation across the Taiwan Straits.

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eeded is more political trust between the two economic heavyweights. Arms sales to t

he island are not only incompatible with the spirit of the three joint communiqués Beijing and Washington signed for the esta

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The US should not hope to see and will not be able to do anything to prevent that scenario from becoming a reality.

上海后花园The best choice for the US is to stay away from Taiwan affairs.

Ouyang Ziyuan, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, said that China will launch a mission to Mars with M

artian satellite, Martian lander, as well as Martian rover. China Daily writer Zhang Zhouxiang comments:上海后花园女神会所

In his speech, Ouyang mentioned that one of the main purposes of the

probe is to determine if the planet is suitable for terraforming so humans can inhabit it.上海后花园

For some, his words may sound like science fiction. It remains a fact t

hat only about 400 people in the whole of human history have ever ventured into space. Of th

em, only 12 astronauts have left their steps on the moon, the nearest celestial body to our Earth.

No human has been to Mars yet. SpaceX has an ambitious plan to set up a human colony on the Red Planet, but NASA’s ex

isting plan to get humans to the planet seems to have been kiboshed by funding constraints.

China has now thrown its hat into the ring.

While it might be some time in the future, the good news is, once humankind inh

abits Mars and starts to terraform it, the planet’s potential can be fully exploited and its rich supply of resources can p

rovide ample support for human kind’s further development and exploration of the planet.

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haoyang Theatre amazes 上海后花园es with aerial acrobatics

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Beijing’s Chaoyang Theatre has for decades been the capital’s go-to destination for el

ectrifying and awe-inspiring Chinese acrobatics performances, entertaining audiences from all over the globe.上海后花园

Located in the city’s Chaoyang district, the theater, which opened in 1984, has evolved from being a

上海后花园venue for dance dramas and opera to a must-visit destination awarded as a national center of culture in 2001.

After years of refinements, acrobatics was eventually designated as the theater’s perman

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ats and gravity-defying stunts, inspired by the struggle between humans and nature.

Acrobatics has a rich history in China. In ancient times, the art form was inspired by hunting and going to war. Historical documents show acrobatics first app

上海后花园eared during the Spring and Autumn Period (770-476 BC). It was refined during the Western Han Dynasty (206 B

C-AD 24), when pole climbing and tightrope walking debuted on stage. The most famous performance at that time, Gu

ang Chang Bai Xi, saw a rich variety of acrobatic acts performed simultaneously in a public square.上海后花园品茶微信

Chaoyang Theatre currently stages about 1,000 dazzling performances every year, includ

ing up to four daily shows in its 1,300-seat performance hall during peak season from May to October.

上海后花园品茶微信Many renowned acrobatics troupes have graced the stage at the theater, among them Deyang Acrobatic Troupe from Sou

thwest China’s Sichuan province, which has performed its acrobatics show Flying in Chaoyang Theatre for almost 20 years.

The show celebrates the ancient worship of the sun and birds by the people of Sichuan tho

usands of years ago. Its name was inspired by the notion that one day the human mind and body would be able to fly freely.上海后花园品茶微信

The storytelling mixes flips, falls, dance and high-wire spectacle with the latest in high-tech sound and lighting, to whisk the

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rom Sichuan fly over the audience to land and perch on the hands of the performers on stage.

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The country’s first 上海后花园女神会所100-megawatt molten salt solar thermal power plant in Dunhuang, Northwest China’s Ga

nsu province, has successfully generated power while operating at full capacity on Monday morning, Chinanews.com reported.

Nearly 20 hours of operating records on Monday show the systems at the power plant have been normal and stable. The facility also s

et a new record by generating over 1.8 million kilowatt-hours of power day and night, with all indicat

ors suggesting it has reached or exceeded its designed values. This marks another important step after the plant cr

eated 1.67 million kWh of power over 34 hours of continuous operations in mid-April.

Huang Wenbo, vice-chairman of Beijing Shouhang, said the power plant has withstood the test of runni

ng under the harshest environmental conditions in different seasons, which means it can be widely used in northwestern areas.

The power station is among China’s first batch of solar thermal power generation demonst

ration projects. With an investment of 3 billion yuan ($433.1 million), it was built by Beijing Shouhang IHW Re

sources Saving Technology Co Ltd, which wholly owns the power station’s intellectual property rights.

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hristensen’s de上海后花园女神会所fense lawyer acknowledged in his opening statement on W

ednesday that his client killed Zhang but disputed the prosecution’s version of events.

FBI Agent Anthony Manganaro testified during the second day of the trial that Christensen’s

story kept changing when he interviewed him three days after Zhang’s disappearance.

In a video of the FBI agent and campus police officer Eric Stiver

son’s interrogation of Christensen, the defendant initially said that he was playi

ng video games all day at home during the time Zhang was captured on surveillance video getting into a black S

aturn Astra, which was between 2 pm and 3 pm on the afternoon of Friday, June 9, 2017.

“Maybe I’m getting my days mixed up,” said Christensen, after St

iverson described in detail they knew he was the one who picked her up.

He also insisted he had a hard time “telling Asian people apart” whe

n asked why he didn’t tell FBI agents about picking up an Asian woman.

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angmen platform, a provider of online tutorials, asses

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Online courses have increased public access to q上海后花园女神会所uality educational resources, b

ut unlike traditional classrooms, the teachers cannot directly monitor and interact with the

ir students when teaching online, which can lead to disengaged students and poor feedback.

To resolve these issues, three students from Tsinghua and the University of Tsukuba in Japan

have created an AI-based model that can be integrated into online teaching platforms to analyze f

acial expressions and “bullet screens”, real-time viewers’ comments on the screen.

The model then crunches the data and creates a line graph that tells the teacher exactly when and what p

arts of the lesson students find most interesting or difficult. The project won third prize at th

e 2018 International Collegiate Competition for Brain-Inspired Computing hosted by Tsinghua.

“This empowers teachers to gain objective, timely and multifaceted insights into

their students’ state of learning, which can be used to assess and improve their lessons,” said Qie Nan, an ind

ustrial engineering doctoral candidate at Tsinghua and one of the people behind the project.

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Ambassador Liu Xiaoming at the Chinese embassy in

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n London has helped set up links between Surrey and Liaoning provinc

e and, in February this year, the mayor of Shenyang paid us a visit, where under

standing was built about mutual opportunities, since when I have also been there,” Samuels said.

As the gateway to the industrial heartland of northeast China, Liao

ning has huge commercial market potential, with more than 109 million customers, and S

amuels believes Surrey has a headstart on some other regions because of its existing connections.

“The vice-chancellor of Surrey University, Professor Max Lu, is a graduate of

North Eastern University in Shenyang, and retains strong alumni links. My visit there helped strengthen e

xisting connections between the two institutions, and I’m hopeful thi

s will lead to greater mutual understanding and tangiblebenefits in the months to come.”

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Addressing the plenary session of the Fourth Eastern Eco

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n Economic Forum in Vladivostok, Russia, in September, Xi called for regional memb

ers to actively align their development strategies and work together for an open regional economy.

Wu Hongwei, a researcher of China-Russia relations at the Chin

ese Academy of Social Sciences, said bilateral cooperation plays a prominent role in guar

anteeing world peace and security at a time when the global situation is clouded by tensions and turmoil.

The two countries share the same position in promoting a mo

re stable and multipolar world, Wu said, adding that they

have sent such signals through supporting and coordinating with each other on international occasions.

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Huawei’s workers tell their stories of resilience, solidarity

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A public letter titled “We, the Huawei people” from telecom giant Huawei detailing its employee

s’ personal stories of solidarity and resilience amid restrictions from the United States, went viral on Chinese social media on Friday.

The letter was published by Xinsheng Shequ, Huawei’s official employee community platform, on i

ts Sina Weibo account on Thursday. As of Friday afternoon, the letter has received more than 190 million reads.

Chinese netizens have flooded the comment sections of Huawei’s social media platf

orms as well as news outlets that have reported on the letter, many leaving the message: “Huawei, fight on.”

The letter is a collection of short stories submitted by anonymous

Huawei employees depicting how their lives have subtly changed after the US last week put H

uawei and its affiliates on an “Entity List”, which restricts the sale or transfer of US technologies to the company.

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Qingdao debuts high-speed maglev train prototype

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hina rolled off the production line a prototype magnetic-levitation train with a designed maxim

um speed of 600 kilometers per hour in Qingdao on Thursday, filling the gap in travel speed bet

ween aviation and high-speed rail passenger transport in the country, according to its manufacturer.

Launched in July 2016, the train is designed and manufactured in CRRC Qingdao Sifan

g Co Ltd in the eastern coastal city of Qingdao, Shandong province. The company is a wholly owned su

bsidiary of Beijing-headquartered China Railway Rolling Stock Corp, the largest rolling stock manufacturer in the world.

The debut of the country’s first high-speed maglev train testing protot

ype marks a major breakthrough for the nation in the high-speed maglev transit system.

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Panda researchers hope algorithms and AI technology wil

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The app and database will help us gather more precise and well-rounded data on the population, distribution,

ages, gender ratio, birth and deaths of wild pandas, who live in deep mountains and are hard to track,” said Chen Peng, a researcher with

the base who co-authored a paper on “Giant Panda Face Recognition Using Small Database.”

“It will definitely help us improve efficiency and

effectiveness in conservation and management of the animals,” Chen said.

China has carried out four scientific field research project of giant pandas in the wild.

The giant panda was scientifically discovered 150 years ago and na

med in the city of Ya’an, Sichuan. It remains one of the world’s most endangered species.

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