Recently, some netizens reported that in Liuzhou, Guangxi, a 90-year-old girl, Xiao Lu, passed by and saw an old man knocked down. When she got off to help the old man,
passed a bridge, it was just in the middle of the bridge. Xiaolu saw an old man riding a bicycle on the bridge was hit by an electric bicycle. The old man was lying helplessly on the ground.
At that time, Xiaolu was about to get off and help the old man, but because of the fache old man. When it was raining
could not resist Xiaolu’s insistence on out to help the old man. Because the bridge deck could not stop at will, Ms. Huang drove her car off the
bridge. When she parked her car and returned to find Xiaolu on the bridge, she could not find Xiaolu. S
hadow, then a traffic policeman passed by Mrs. Huang, she quickly asked if she had seen an old man fall?
Traffic police regretted to tell Ms. Huang that a girl was helping an old man who fell down when a white car came from behind, and then there
was a second car accident. They warned that both Ms. Huang and Xiao Lu were sent tter, Ms. Huang learned that the old man died on the spot, but Xiao Lu
did not wake up yet. The doctor initially diagnosed Xiao Lu Yinchuang. Tr
aumatic shock and multiple systemic injuries are still being treated in the intensive care unit.
Xiao Lu’s aunt said that she was a warm-hearted person in her daily life. No matter who needed help, Xiao Lu was always the first one to
e also gave a police briefing on the incident, notifying that the accident caused the death of the elderly on the spot. Xiaolu is now
receiving treatment in the intensive care unit and is still in danger of his life. At that tim
e, the driver who caused the accident escaped after the accident. Under the pressure
China has less motivation to further stimulate economic growth, but the government needs to search for more me
thods to control debt and reduce default risks, according to officials and economists.
China’s macroeconomic leverage ratio, or the total debt-to-GDP proportion, rose slightly in the first quarter, but the overall leve
rage level still remained stable, Huang Xiaolong, deputy head of the Financial Stability Bureau of the P
eople’s Bank of China, the central bank, said at a media conference on Wednesday.
Recent research from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences s
howed that by the end of March, the macro leverage ratio climbed to 248.83 percent from 243.7 p
ercent in 2018, as the government utilized several easing policies to support GDP growth in the first three months
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.
Themed “Belt and Road, Shared Future,” the sixth session of Vision China, a series of talks h
osted by China Daily, will be held at Beijing Language and Culture University in Beijing on April 27.
The event coincides with the second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation to be
held in Beijing on April 25 – 27. With the theme of “Belt and Road Cooperation, Shaping a Brighter Shared Fu
ture,” the second BRF aims to bring about high-quality cooperation under the BRI framework.
At Vision China, four Belt and Road experts, including Zhao Baige, chairwoman of the Advisory Committee of t
he Belt and Road Initiative International Think Tank at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and Ivona Lad
jevac, head of the center for the Belt and Road Initiative at the Institute of International Politics and Economics in Se
rbia, will share their perspectives on the BRI six years after it was proposed by President Xi Jinping in 2013.
at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, applau
ded the campaign as a timely and necessary step to regulate those providing stock images.
“We should abide by laws and litigation to protect copyright in
stead of abusing them to profit improperly,” he said.
On April 15, the Shanghai Observer reported that the company, which was founde
d in June 2000 and partners with the photo agency Getty Images in the United States, had faced increased co
pyright-related disputes since it set up a special rights protection division in 2016.
The company was involved 2,279 cases in 2017 and 1,908 last year, the report said, adding that most court rulings had been in its favor.
A search by China Daily for the company’s name on China J
udgments Online, a website operated by the Supreme People’s Court that discloses ve
rdicts, resulted in more than 1,600 lawsuits being found, most of them related to copyright.
magnitude earthquake at a depth of 19 kilometers was detected at 12:47pm on Sunday
in Beijing’s Huairou district, according to the China Earthquake Networks Center.
It is the second earthquake in a week that occurred in the capital, following a 2.9-magnitude earthquake in Beijing’s Haidian district last Sunday.
Earthquake experts said minor quakes are normal in the area, as Beijing is located in the earth’s rift zone. There is no need for worry.
Since Beijing is at the junction of the earthquake zone of Shanxi province, the North China Plai
n and Yanshan Mountain, it’s normal for the capital to experience small quakes at a magnitude of two to thre
e, said Sun Shihong, a researcher at the China Earthquake Networks Center, as quoted by Beijing News.
“There will be no major impact on those living or working in the capital,” he said.
Seven rift belts are scattered through the plains in Beijing, mostly lyin
g from the northeast to the southwest. Among those rift belts, active ones are more likely to trigger quakes.