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Kong. Service along two rail lines was forced to shut down completely and a dozen stations were closed.Only 100 of the 650 franchised bus routes could offer limited service on Wednesday, said Secretary for Transport and Housing Frank Chan Fan.Chan condemned Tuesday's attacks on several MTR stations. Radicals severely threatened passenger safety as they threw gasoline bombs at moving trains and sc u expressed strong condemnation on such acts that intentionally jeopardize students' safety and deprive students of their basic rights to study, calling on the protesters to immediately stop all violence and bring order back to the society as soon as possible so that students may go to school safe and sound.The statement also slammed teachers' unions who only put the blame on the police instead of eece cooperation featuring complementing each other's advantages, combining forces, and achieving mutual benefits, Xi said.He urged the two sides to make continued efforts to further construct and develop the port, achieve the goal of making the port a regional logistics distribution center, and advance the building of the China-Europe Land-Sea Express Line.Expressing his confidence in the unlimit 5EE49423A91608217297354EF.mp4';var video_pic = 'http://poss.videocloud.cns.com.cn/oss/chinanews/MEIZI_YUNSHI/onair/665D75495D6E44CF9F96B76B0A236FE8.jpg';// var video_pic = 'http://poss.videocloud.cns.com.cn/oss/chinanews/MEIZI_YUNSHI/onair/665D75495D6E44CF9F96B76B0A236FE8.jpg';var testAppleMobile = /(iPhone|iPad|iPod)/i;if (testAppleMobile.test(navigator.userAgent)) {//如果没有匹配中苹果设备可以调用flash播放器支持var Listed technology firms 'would be the biggest beneficiaries' of revised rulesChina's top securities regulator has relaxed financing rules for listed companies, a move that will help to broaden companies' funding channels and address their financing difficulties amid slower economic growth, analysts said.While the new measures are likely to drain market liquidity and cause stock prices to decline in the short term, the relaxed rules will make it easier for companies to obtain capital and improve their long-term asset quality and profitability, they said.The China Securities Regulatory Commission announced on Friday a number of draft revisions on the refinancing rules for companies listed on the main boards in Shanghai and Shenzhen as well as the startup board ChiNext and the science and technology innovation board, which is also known as the STAR Market.The CSRC lowered the minimum price requirement for listed companies to sell shares through private placement and shortened the lockup period, making their share sales more attractive to investors. The regulator also scrapped the requirement of being profitable for two consecutive years and having a debt-to-asset ratio higher than 45 percent for ChiNext-listed companies to sell shares to the public.The relaxed refinancing rules for listed companies came as China's economy faces growing headwinds. The country's outstanding total social financing contracted by 73 percent in October to 618.9 billion yuan ($88.4 billion) from 2.27 trillion yuan in September."The relaxed rules will encourage listed companies to seek financing in the stock market. From a long-term perspective, this will help improve their debt-to-asset ratio and balance sheets, which will enhance their performance and profitability," said Dong Dengxin, director of the Finance and Securities Institute at Wuhan University of Science and Technology."In the short term, the expansion of listed firms' refinancing will diverge liquidity in the stock market but the impact is likely to be minor," Dong said.Chinese mainland's stock market made a comeback on Tuesday with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index managing to recover early losses by rising 0.7 percent to close at 2914.82 points. The index once slumped below the psychologically important level of 2900 points in intraday trading as investors worried about a liquidity drain as a result of the relaxed financing rules.Analysts said that listed technology companies would be the biggest beneficiaries from the revised rules as the country's regulators intend to lower their financing barriers and encourage them to tap into the capital market for additional funding."ChiNext-listed companies are going to benefit the most from the new rules. According to a rough estimate, the removal of the profitability requirement will make at least 125 ChiNext-listed companies eligible for refinancing and the removal of the debt-to-asset ratio requirement will make 535 of them qualified for share sales," Ma Tingting, an analyst from Guosheng Securities, said in a research note.The relaxed rules will also help boost the investment banking business of the securities companies, which will likely see more commission earnings from the refinancing business of listed companies, Ma said.China Merchants Securities said that lowering the minimum price requirement will draw more investors into the market as they could buy shares at a lower price and make bigger profits, which will stimulate their enthusiasm to participate in the private placement of listed companies.The revised rules will allow the capital market to play a better role of serving the Chinese economy and help channel more funds into the high-tech, innovative and emerging industries, it said in a research note.Listed technology firms 'would be the biggest beneficiaries' of revised rulesChina's top securities regulator has relaxed financing rules for listed companies, a move that will help to broaden companies' funding channels and address their financing difficulties amid slower economic growth, analysts said.While the new measures are likely to drain market liquidity and cause stock prices to decline i 犲櫵棸垥楱堢呉塽嬊爉斞梇圔柽嵟洂忨搂桇榉暖掴择忢彉櫦悊歩朄澪惺孍嫱炧桐塈胧柾桸囥峦,00", true);so.addParam("quality", "high");so.addParam("allowFullScreen", "true");so.addParam("allowScriptAccess", "always");so.addVariable("vInfo", videofile);so.addParam("wmode", "transparent");so.addVariable("auto", "1");so.addVariable("tiaotime", "10");so.addVariable("vsimg", "http://poss.videocloud.cns.com.cn/oss/chinanews/MEIZI_YUNSHI/onair/887A4CEE4D1B4A00935FEB2FD136F3BA.jpg");so.write("dgq

e CUHK as one of its stations, was halted entirely, and highways near the university were shut down. The University metro station remained shut because of vandalism and damage from fire, so did a couple of shops nearby. The sound of a fire alarm echoed through the station.A member of the CUHK staff who declined to be named said the campus was so chaotic that he would not be able to go to work in t 00", true);so.addParam("quality", "high");so.addParam("allowFullScreen", "true");so.addParam("allowScriptAccess", "always");so.addVariable("vInfo", videofile);so.addParam("wmode", "transparent");so.addVariable("auto", "1");so.addVariable("tiaotime", "10");so.addVariable("vsimg", "http://poss.videocloud.cns.com.cn/oss/chinanews/MEIZI_YUNSHI/onair/665D75495D6E44CF9F96B76B0A236FE8.jpg");so.write("dgq A multitude of students from the Chinese mainland are exiting Hong Kong, to the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, as the conflict in Hong Kong, one of the world's financial centers, escalates.This comes after a standoff at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) campus on Tuesday, as hundreds of protesters threw bricks, petrol bombs, launched arrows and fired a signal flare at police officers."The police and the CUHK have reached a consensus in search for a peaceful solution. However, the situation in CUHK continues to intensify," Hong Kong police said in the statement.The unrest, now reaching universities, is driving a great number of students out of Hong Kong."I had to go see a therapist"Universities in Hong Kong, including CUHK, Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU), City University of Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Polytechnic University (UKPU), are switching to distance online teaching in hopes of ensuring the safety of their students."To be honest, we are not content with the idea of studying online. It is not as efficient as on-campus study. And we are so worried about the upcoming final examinations. Will we be able to finish our degrees as expected? Can we go back to the campus next term? Mainland Chinese students are anxious and concerned. I had to go see a therapist a few days ago," said a student to CGTN anonymously."I think studying online is doable. Our universities have provided this online platform where we are able to continue our studies… Some professors have joined us on WeChat, so that we can study and interact there," said a student from HKBU."Our credentials should be recognized after graduation"What concerns these students, besides their daily studies, is whether their credentials will be recognized after graduation."The school should protect students' rights to study among others, and make sure that our credentials are recognized after graduation … There are some rumors on social media that if our future employers find out we studied in Hong Kong in 2019-2020, we might be declined offers … And I think this is outrageous," said a student from HKBU.Students told CGTN that their schools have promised to reimburse each student with 1,000 Hong Kong dollars (128 U.S. dollars), depending on which departments they are enrolled in. Apart from that, the aforementioned universities have informed their students about providing them with a shuttle bus service to Shenzhen."I'm disappointed at what my university has been doing regarding how they deal with violence on campus. They don't allow the police to come into campus… What they do is compromising," said a student vehemently."I'd like to see the glass at half full, because I believe Hong Kong is part of China. Even though it is chaotic, it's still part of China. I love Hong Kong, and it is still attractive to me for various reasons… The conflict is escalating these few days, so I'm considering going to Shenzhen for a short stay," another student told CGTN."Please don't come near to our neighborhood for an interview"With the escalation of the Hong Kong unrest, and especially when it comes to the point that universities are forced to halt their on-campus education, fear and anguish brought by the conflict have reached the innermost circle of students."We don't want to be revealed because of the interview. Please don't come near to our neighborhood for the interview. We are so scared they may find out," said a student."Mainland Chinese students have developed the mentality of lowering our expectation here. We just want to survive. That's it. This is abnormal. I know it would take time for Hong Kong to tough it out. I'm not planning to stay here … I'll leave once I graduate," said another student.The status quo is even more difficult for local Hong Kong students, as they, unlike the mainland Chinese students, do not have a place where they can flee."I feel I am like a rat crossing the street every single day. My classmates from the mainland have homes where they can return. But how about me? I've been studying and living here for so long. Leaving Hong Kong for the mainland, I end up with nothing," said a local Hong Kong student.Starting with a now withdrawn "fugitive bill" in the summer of 2019, Hong Kong has been bogged down in the quagmire for about half a year, which has wreaked havoc on the city's economy, security, transportation, and now its higher education system.A multitude of students from the Chinese mainland are exiting Hong Kong, to the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, as the conflict in Hong Kong, one of the world's financial centers, escalates.This comes after a standoff at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) campus on Tuesday, as hundreds of protesters threw bricks, petrol bombs, launched arrows and fired a signal flare at police officers. Special: Xi visits Greece, attends BRICS summit in BrazilChinese President Xi Jinping met with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday, saying he is willing to maintain close communication with Modi to guide a better and more stable development of China-India relations.The two leaders held an informal meeting last month in the southern Indian city of Chennai. Xi said the meeting was a success, noting that they made in-depth exchanges of views on global, regional situation as well as major issues of bilateral ties.Xi said that relevant departments of the two countries are implementing their consensus reached during the Chennai meeting to extend and expand its positive effects.India participated in the second China International Import Expo (CIIE) as a main guest of honor last week, Xi said, noting that he was told that India was the country with the largest increase in transaction volume at the expo compared with last year.China welcomes more exports of India's high-quality products to China, the president said, calling on the two countries to expand two-way trade and investment and create new growth points for cooperation in productivity, medicine, information technology, infrastructure and other fields.As the next year will mark the 70th anniversary of the establishment of China-India diplomatic ties, Xi called on the two countries to make joint efforts to ensure celebrations and the China-India year of cultural and people-to-people exchanges a success so as to enhance the friendship between the two peoples.Xi also said China and India should work together to uphold multilateralism, safeguard the multilateral trading system with the World Trade Organization (WTO) at its core, jointly safeguard the legitimate development rights, interests and space of developing countries, and promote steady and sustained cooperation among BRICS nations.Xi stressed that he is willing to maintain close communication with Modi to jointly steer the direction of China-India relations, increase political mutual trust, properly manage differences and expand practical cooperation so as to guide a better and more stable development of bilateral ties.He hopes China-India ties will achieve new and greater development in 2020, the president said, adding that he is looking forward to meeting with Modi again in China in the new year.Recalling his previous meetings with Xi in Wuhan last year and in Chennai last month, Modi said trust and friendship between them have been strengthened and many important consensuses reached by them are being implemented.India congratulates China on the success of the second CIIE, Modi said, stressing that the country is ready to constantly expand bilateral trade and investment with China and enhance their cooperation in energy and other fields.He said that India is ready to work with China to make the activities celebrating the 70th anniversary of their diplomatic ties and the China-India year of cultural and people-to-people exchanges a success.The Indian prime minister stressed that he is looking forward to keeping close contacts with Xi and properly managing differences, so that bilateral ties can be more fruitful and always reach a new height.Xi arrived in Brazilian capital city of Brasilia Tuesday night for the 11th summit of BRICS, an emerging-market bloc that groups Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.Special: Xi visits Greece, attends BRICS summit in BrazilChinese President Xi Jinping met with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday, saying he is willing to maintain close communication with Modi to guide a better and more stable development of China-India relations.The two leaders held an informal meeting last month in the southern Indian city of Chennai. 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The central government has intensified measures to stabilize prices of key farm produce after consumer prices rose at their fastest pace in almost eight years, with experts calling for the establishment of long-term mechanisms to protect farmers' interests.The State Council, China's Cabinet, said in a statement following an executive meeting on Wednesday that it will introduce more measures to restore hog production, including steps to remove unjustified bans on pig farms.It was the fourth executive meeting in three months at which the Cabinet has adopted steps to address surging pork prices, as African swine fever ravaged the country's hog herds and drove up pork prices.The National Bureau of Statistics said Saturday that China's consumer price index, a main gauge of inflation, rose 3.8 percent year-on-year last month, the fastest clip in almost eight years.The bureau said the rise was driven largely by steep climbs in the prices of pork and other meats, with pork prices more than doubling year-on-year in October.Soaring pork prices contributed 2.43 percentage points to the CPI growth, and spilled over to the prices of beef, mutton and chicken. The wholesale pork price reached 51.18 yuan ($7.31) a kilogram on Friday, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said.Premier Li Keqiang said at the meeting that stabilizing commodity prices is a key factor in ensuring macroeconomic stability and highlighted the importance of adopting methods in keeping with market principles.The Cabinet decided at the meeting to boost the production of poultry, beef and mutton, and to tap into food reserves to ensure supplies of key farm produce and curb price hikes.It also urged local governments to activate a mechanism that links social assistance with price increases and to issue subsidies in a timely manner to ensure the basic needs of those living in poverty are met.Zhu Zengyong, a Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences researcher who focuses on the pork sector, said the shortfall in domestic pork supply this year underlined the importance of long-term mechanisms to stabilize hog production and protect the legitimate interests of farmers."A major concern of the hog business was uncertain policies and lack of consistency in policy implementation," he said, adding that it is important for the authorities to correct the misconception that restoring hog production conflicts with protecting the environment.The spread of African swine fever has slowed in recent months, but increased hog production will bring about heightened risk, he said, meaning disease prevention remained a daunting task."The establishment of an effective disease prevention system is a key to restoring hog production," Zhu said.He warned the impact of the surge in pork prices on the CPI could peak before the Spring Festival celebrations in January, a period of peak demand for the country's most popular meat.Pork prices were not expected to drop until the second half of next year, when hog production was expected to slowly recover, Zhu said.Data from SCI International, a provider of commodity market information, shows China's pork prices are now at a historic high that has dented consumer demand, with only 15 percent of the country's slaughterhouses open for business.The country has adopted multipronged measures to boost meat imports. COFCO Group, its biggest food trader by revenue, said last week it had agreed to buy $100 million of pork from European pork producer Danish Crown next year. 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The man who was set on fire by a rioter in Hong Kong remained in critical condition on Tuesday, the Hong Kong police said.The 57-year-old man got into a dispute with rioters over political views on a footbridge in the Ma On Shan area on Monday. He was beaten up brutally, and was poured with suspected flammable liquid and set on fire by a rioter.The man was admitted to Prince of Wales Hospital in critical condition. 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He was beaten up brutally, and was poured with suspected flammable liquid and set on fire by a rioter.The man was admitted to Prince of Wales Hospital in c the long-extinct great ape species.With the evidence, scientists are able to demonstrate that Gigantopithecus is a sister clade to orangutans with a common ancestor about 12 million to 10 million years ago, implying that the divergence of Gigantopithecus from Pongo forms part of the Miocene radiation of great apes, according to the paper.Presumed to be more than two meters tall and weigh over 300 Special: Xi visits Greece, attends BRICS summit in BrazilChinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday called on the business circles to actively participate and promote BRICS economic cooperation so as to make tangible contributions to economic growth and job creation.Xi made the remarks when addressing the closing ceremony of the BRICS business forum in the Brazilian capital.Many new changes have taken place in the world for a period of time, Xi told approximately 600 business delegates from BRICS countries, saying that the changes brought numerous opportunities as well as challenges.As for opportunities, Xi said the power unleashed by a new round of technological revolution and industrial transformation has opened up new ground for productivity growth, and economic and social development.At the same time, he said, mounting protectionism and bullyism are eroding global trade, investment and weighing down the world economy."When businesses have confidence, the market will enjoy vitality," Xi told the audience, calling on the business sector to seize the opportunities and address the challenges.The business circles should continue to full-play their advantages, take an active part in promoting economic cooperation among BRICS countries, and actively invest and do businesses in BRICS countries to make tangible contributions to growth and job creation, Xi said.The BRICS partnership on new industrial revolution is vital to BRICS economic cooperation at the next stage, the president noted, urging the business sector to integrate business cooperation with the BRICS partnership on new industrial revolution, and produce more spotlight results in such areas as innovation, digital economy and green economy so as to promote high-quality development of BRICS economies.As economic globalization faces headwinds, the business circles should help the government better understand the industry and the market's demands, and improve its decision-making capacity by identifying difficulties and pain points that hinder trade and investment between countries and providing suggestions for feasible solutions, Xi said.The president told the forum that China's development is an opportunity for the world. China's commitment to opening up more widely and the long-term positive trend of its economy have not changed, Xi stressed.China will further open its market, expand import and constantly improve business environment to create better conditions for companies' development, he added.The joint building of the Belt and Road has entered a new high-quality period, Xi said, calling on the entrepreneurs to seize the opportunity and actively participate to reap more fruit of cooperation.Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa also attended the closing ceremony.Xi arrived in Brasilia Tuesday night for the 11th summit of BRICS, an emerging-market bloc that groups Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.Special: Xi visits Greece, attends BRICS summit in BrazilChinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday called on the business circles to actively participate and promote BRICS economic cooperation so as to make tangible contributions to economic growth and job creation.Xi made the remarks when addressing the closing ceremony of the BRICS business forum in the Brazilian capital.Many new changes have ta operations unit at Fliggy."The new demand of shoppers is constantly stimulated, brands and service providers are constantly creating new supplies, and thus are forming a virtuous circle of fresh ecology in the digital economy age," he said.Tourism has become a fast consumer good for Chinese residents. The most popular travel products in the past three years have shifted to flight tickets, voucher The man who was set on fire by a rioter in Hong Kong remained in critical condition on Tuesday, the Hong Kong police said.The 57-year-old man got into a dispute with rioters over political views on a footbridge in the Ma On Shan area on Monday. He was beaten up brutally, and was poured with suspected flammable liquid and set on fire by a rioter.The man was admitted to Prince of Wales Hospital in critical condition. The Fire Services Department said he had second-degree burns on 28 percent of his body.The police said at a press briefing on Tuesday that the man remained in critical condition in hospital, suffering severe burnt in his head and upper body.Referring to it as one of the most shocking cases of rioters using random and indiscriminate violence against innocent persons, Senior Superintendent of Police Public Relations Branch Kong Wing-cheung said the case is classified as attempted murder.The Chinese central government on Tuesday strongly condemned the rioters' criminal deed of setting a civilian on fire, and called for prompt actions to arrest the rioters and punish them in accordance with the law.The rioters' deed of setting a man on fire and attempting murder in the light of the day is appalling and inhumane, and has seriously trampled on the bottom lines of the law, morality and human civilization, said Yang Guang, the spokesperson for the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council.Yang said violence shall not be allowed to wreak havoc in Hong Kong and the conspiracies of the anti-China disruptors in Hong Kong shall not succeed."We firmly support the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government, police and law-enforcing organs in taking more powerful, resolute and effective actions to punish illegal and criminal activities, end violence and chaos and restore order, protect the lives and properties of Hong Kong residents and give stability and peace back to Hong Kong and its residents," he said.The man who was set on fire by a rioter in Hong Kong remained in critical condition on Tuesday, the Hong Kong police said.The 57-year-old man got into a dispute with rioters over political views on a footbridge in the Ma On Shan area on Monday. He was beaten up brutally, and was poured with suspected flammable liquid and set on fire by a rioter.The man was admitted to Prince of Wales Hospital in c improve business environment to create better conditions for companies' development, he added.The joint building of the Belt and Road has entered a new high-quality period, Xi said, calling on the entrepreneurs to seize the opportunity and actively participate to reap more fruit of cooperation.Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Mod ken place in the world for a period of time, Xi told approximately 600 business delegates from BRICS countries, saying that the changes brought numerous opportunities as well as challenges.As for opportunities, Xi said the power unleashed by a new round of technological revolution and industrial transformation has opened up new ground for productivity growth, and economic and social development.At

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probe departed from the Ryugu asteroid at 10:05 a.m. local time Wedensday and will begin its 800-million-km journey back to Earth.Upon its return, JAXA said the probe will release a capsule containing the samples it collected from the asteroid, and the capsule is expected to land in the desert in South Australia."We're grateful to the Hayabusa2 for fulfilling its challenging missions and we would before the Spring Festival celebrations in January, a period of peak demand for the country's most popular meat.Pork prices were not expected to drop until the second half of next year, when hog production was expected to slowly recover, Zhu said.Data from SCI International, a provider of commodity market information, shows China's pork prices are now at a historic high that has dented consumer d Special: Xi visits Greece, attends BRICS summit in BrazilChinese President Xi Jinping and his Greek counterpart, Prokopis Pavlopoulos, agreed on Monday to contribute the wisdom of ancient Eastern and Western civilizations to building a community with a shared future for mankind.To that end, the two presidents agreed during their meeting to consolidate political mutual trust, deepen practical cooperation and promote dialogue among civilizations.Xi arrived in the Greek capital of Athens Sunday for a three-day state visit to the European country.Special: Xi visits Greece, attends BRICS summit in BrazilChinese President Xi Jinping and his Greek counterpart, Prokopis Pavlopoulos, agreed on Monday to contribute the wisdom of ancient Eastern and Western civilizations to building a community with a shared future for mankind.To that end, the two presidents agreed during their meeting to consolidate political mutual trust, deepen practical coope ion earnings from the refinancing business of listed companies, Ma said.China Merchants Securities said that lowering the minimum price requirement will draw more investors into the market as they could buy shares at a lower price and make bigger profits, which will stimulate their enthusiasm to participate in the private placement of listed companies.The revised rules will allow the capital marke d sorrow over the train accident, Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urged the relevant authorities to take measures to stop recurrence of the train mishap.She also stressed the need for providing proper training to improve rail staff and officials' efficiency.Bangladesh has one of the highest fatality rates in train accidents.There are many unmanned level crossings along the Bangladesh rail sed 60 percent year-on-year, with over 70 percent of new JD users coming from lower-tier cities.Many consumers in lower-tier cities sought high-quality and big-ticket items online. The sales of luxury products from lower-tier cities surged 230 percent compared with same period last year, according to JD, which racked up a staggering 204.4 billion yuan in sales during its 11-day event.Sales in lowe improve business environment to create better conditions for companies' development, he added.The joint building of the Belt and Road has entered a new high-quality period, Xi said, calling on the entrepreneurs to seize the opportunity and actively participate to reap more fruit of cooperation.Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Mod l-day suspension of school on Thursday due to safety concerns.The chaotic traffic and dangerous road conditions have made it very difficult for students to attend classes, a bureau spokesperson said in a statement.Schools had even received threats to suspend classes for various periods. Some school buses were damaged after principals refused to comply, Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung Yun-hung

more than 100,000 aerial activities globally have also been booked.Ctrip, China's largest online travel agency, saw its sales value on Singles Day this year surge 136 percent over last year, and the volume of orders soared 159 percent year-on-year, setting a record high, the company said.Residents from Shanghai, Guangdong and Beijing, respectively, booked the largest number of travel products, bu 24k88电游官网欢迎你獘垒晿椪憘帋暻哕栠烥桤娾欎橃忓楽澴斠坂斦惦枽嶲暁朇棊淎狖媺档焾垘懊慿爥澏漛哫,ir civilizations and stimulate the building of a more reasonable and fairer international order, Xi said.Xi called on the two countries to set a leading example for Sino-European cooperation through boosting openness and expanding practical cooperation.China would like to make joint efforts with Greece to promote cooperation between China and Central and Eastern European countries, Xi said.Xi reaf rd theory of conflicts among civilizations, Xi said.The two countries should also make coordinated efforts to maintain multilateralism, enhance coordination on major global issues, enhance multilateral cooperation under such frameworks as the United Nations and remain dedicated to building a community with a shared future for mankind, Xi said.Pavlopoulos said that Greeks naturally have friendly fe n Alibaba pre-orders, with Estée Lauder garnering a record $143 million.Double 11 is now a big win-win opportunity not just for China but for international exporters from advanced and developing countries alike.E-commerce' success reflects Chinese efficiency, innovationIn China, ecommerce explosion began in the mid-2010s. But as business has mobilized in the past half a decade, transactions occur An expressway was under construction.(File photo/China News Service)China's fixed-asset investment grew 5.2 percent year on year in the first 10 months, the National Bureau of Statistics said Thursday.Chinese and Danish scientists have successfully retrieved genetic materials from a 1.9-million-year-old fossil of Gigantopithecus blacki, a species of great ape.The finding, published in a paper on the journal Nature on Wednesday, marks the first time that such ancient protein evidence from fossils in the subtropics was retrieved. Scientists said it sheds new light on the origins and evolution of the long-extinct great ape species.With the evidence, scientists are able to demonstrate that Gigantopithecus is a sister clade to orangutans with a common ancestor about 12 million to 10 million years ago, implying that the divergence of Gigantopithecus from Pongo forms part of the Miocene radiation of great apes, according to the paper.Presumed to be more than two meters tall and weigh over 300 kg, giant apes are the largest primates known to have lived on earth. Their fossils date from two million to 300,000 years ago.The genetic materials -- dental enamel proteome sequences -- were retrieved in 2018 from a 1.9-million-year-old Gigantopithecus blacki molar found in a cave in southern China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, said Liao Wei, a researcher with the Anthropology Museum of Guangxi and a co-author of the paper.Wang Wei, a professor at Shandong University, said the thick and hard enamel of the great ape and the fact that the fossil was found in a cave with a relatively stable temperature and humidity were both favorable factors for the preservation of the fossil."The two factors combined have helped researchers retrieve genetic materials from the enamel of the great ape fossil and make a breakthrough in the research," said Wang, whose team unearthed the fossil in 2008.It was the first time such ancient genetic materials had been found in a warm and humid environment, said Frido Welker of the University of Copenhagen, the paper's lead author, adding that the finding is groundbreaking in the field of evolutionary biology.Chinese and Danish scientists have successfully retrieved genetic materials from a 1.9-million-year-old fossil of Gigantopithecus blacki, a species of great ape.The finding, published in a paper on the journal Nature on Wednesday, marks the first time that such ancient protein evidence from fossils in the subtropics was retrieved. Scientists said it sheds new light on the origins and evolution of




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