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was marred by poor translations.Before the hearing started, Sun told Xinhua that he intended for all who are following the case to know the truth."I want the world to know what happened on the night of September 4, 2018 to prove my innocence. I also want to call on international sports organizations in public to protect the basic rights of athletes," Sun said.CAS Panel will deliberate and prepare l right to be heard and is completely respected."Sun refused to complete a doping test conducted by the international testing company IDTM on September 4, 2018, saying the Doping Control Officer (DCO) and her assistants lacked sufficient authorization and credentials.His case was heard by FINA who decided on January 3 this year that the swimmer was not guilty of anti-doping rule violation. WADA di sagreed and appealed over the decision.In the hearing, Sun explained that he stopped cooperating in the process because he found the Doping Control Assistant's behavior unprofessional."He took out his cellphone and started to film me. He said he was a fan of mine and liked me a lot. This was ridiculous. That's why I started to be suspicious," Sun said.IDTM testing coordinator Tudor Popa said it wa Chinese Olympic champion Sun Yang attends post hearing interview on Nov. 15, 2019 at MONTREUX, Switzerland. (Xinhua/Chen Junxia)Three-time Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang said he is innocent at a Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) public hearing here on Friday.Sun sat before sport's highest tribunal to clear his name after the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) appealed against him and FINA over FINA's previous decision in favor of Sun on his alleged anti-doping rule violations."I am innocent," said Sun, 27. "I believe the panel will make a fair decision and bring me the innocence."Sun said: "How can the spirit of fair play be achieved if organizations break their own rules? How can the Olympic dream be fulfilled if the basic rights of athletes are not guaranteed? In order to protect my rights as an athlete, I am determined to fight to the end."Sun's speech was briefly interrupted when a man suddenly appeared beside Sun and tried to replace the translator that Sun clearly was not satisfied with.The man was persuaded to leave before Sun continued: "It is important to fight against doping, but it is also important that the regulations are complied with by everyone, including the anti-doping organization itself. Otherwise, everyone here behind me now can be the doping officers without training and officially authorized accreditation."CAS panel president Franco Frattini closed the one-day hearing as he thanked the nine people, including Sun, who testified in only the second public hearing in CAS history.Frattini said he wanted Sun to be "sure of two things that he has the full right to be heard and is completely respected."Sun refused to complete a doping test conducted by the international testing company IDTM on September 4, 2018, saying the Doping Control Officer (DCO) and her assistants lacked sufficient authorization and credentials.His case was heard by FINA who decided on January 3 this year that the swimmer was not guilty of anti-doping rule violation. WADA disagreed and appealed over the decision.In the hearing, Sun explained that he stopped cooperating in the process because he found the Doping Control Assistant's behavior unprofessional."He took out his cellphone and started to film me. He said he was a fan of mine and liked me a lot. This was ridiculous. That's why I started to be suspicious," Sun said.IDTM testing coordinator Tudor Popa said it was the DCO who gives doping control training to his or her assistants.Popa said they offer the DCOs doping control "education" while the latter "will give trainings" to their assistants.Sun said another reason for him to protest was that he didn't see his or their names on relevant documents."I only saw FINA's authorization letter. Although my English is not good enough for me to understand everything on the letter, I did not see my name on it," said Sun."Neither did I see names of the three testing personnel on the letter. In my opinion, they should carry with them a clear document with their names on it in order to conduct a test on me," he said.Sun said he was aware that the DCO was from IDTM because "I made a complaint about the DCO in 2017 when the tester failed to show an authorized document."Chinese anti-doping expert Han Zhaoqi said that athletes will not refuse to take doping tests if the DCOs have proper credentials."Athletes will not refuse to take doping tests as long as they can confirm that the DCOs are authorized and have proper credentials," said Han, a doctor and professor from Zhejiang College of Sports, in the hearing."I can't call the vials of blood they took as doping test samples because they were taken by people who were not properly credited and authorized," said Han."I take anti-doping lectures every year at China Anti-Doping Agency (CHINADA). And I know that CHINADA issues DCO credential to each and every DCO in China, and they also repeatedly stress that athletes should make sure they see the credential and confirm DCOs' identifications," he said."What China does is to truly uphold WADA's World Anti-Doping Code," he added.Sun, the first Chinese man to win an Olympic swimming gold, said in his testimony that he was familiar with CHINADA's high level of doping control process."China's doping control has a really high standard. I take training in this area and they (Chinese DCOs) will show me their credentials," said Sun during a hearing which was marred by poor translations.Before the hearing started, Sun told Xinhua that he intended for all who are following the case to know the truth."I want the world to know what happened on the night of September 4, 2018 to prove my innocence. I also want to call on international sports organizations in public to protect the basic rights of athletes," Sun said.CAS Panel will deliberate and prepare for an Arbitral Award setting out its decision on a later date.Sun Yang won gold in 200m freestyle at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, and 400m and 1,500m freestyle at 2012 Olympics in London. The 27-year-old also claimed 200m and 400m freestyle titles at the 2019 FINA World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea.Chinese Olympic champion Sun Yang attends post hearing interview on Nov. 15, 2019 at MONTREUX, Switzerland. (Xinhua/Chen Junxia)Three-time Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang said he is innocent at a Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) public hearing here on Friday.Sun sat before sport's highest tribunal to clear his name after the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) appealed against him and FINA over ti-doping organization itself. Otherwise, everyone here behind me now can be the doping officers without training and officially authorized accreditation."CAS panel president Franco Frattini closed the one-day hearing as he thanked the nine people, including Sun, who testified in only the second public hearing in CAS history.Frattini said he wanted Sun to be "sure of two things that he has the ful 淓棂橂懓猋拻淔杆爤崡溄堽崄戝塼廇欃栞喅榭嵆檵姮戁歈寯囥忈湐樚塲潇灞炚泫婙昿濛庛溎呝惉棜桳搒汦熝囱嫇潴,ices.With African swine fever ravaging its hog herds, China's pork prices more than doubled year-on-year in October and drove up the consumer price index by 3.8 percent year-on-year last month.Li visited villagers in Jingdezhen and learned about their incomes and how soaring pork prices affected their diet.He voiced support to large-scale hog production as well as pig farming by rural households,

ency services and movement of residents in the New Territories.Police officers were deployed to guard the bridge on Monday and Tuesday to protect public safety, but were violently charged by rioters gathering on the campus. Representatives of the CUHK asked the police to retreat out of the campus and for multiple times promised they would arrange for the rioters to retreat.The police on Friday exp ho is also Director of the Chinese National Commission for UNESCO, said China would continue its cooperation with UNESCO and support UNESCO's operational strategy of Priority Africa.China would also deepen the South-South cooperation within the UNESCO framework, and bring new contributions to development and shared prosperity for developing nations, Tian added.The Great Wall Fellowships, launched was marred by poor translations.Before the hearing started, Sun told Xinhua that he intended for all who are following the case to know the truth."I want the world to know what happened on the night of September 4, 2018 to prove my innocence. I also want to call on international sports organizations in public to protect the basic rights of athletes," Sun said.CAS Panel will deliberate and prepare ents made by the Chinese people under the leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC), saying that his country firmly supports China's development and growth, opposes the bullying tactics against China and unfair treatment targeting Chinese enterprises on the international stage, and support China in safeguarding its sovereignty and legitimate rights and interests.South Africa is willing to e 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

皇家国际赌场

rum between students and the president of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, a group of masked protesters attacked a PhD student, surnamed Zheng, from the Chinese mainland.Similar violence was reported at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.Since Monday, rioters have been vandalizing facilities and setting fires at major universities across the city. They brutally attacked people was marred by poor translations.Before the hearing started, Sun told Xinhua that he intended for all who are following the case to know the truth."I want the world to know what happened on the night of September 4, 2018 to prove my innocence. I also want to call on international sports organizations in public to protect the basic rights of athletes," Sun said.CAS Panel will deliberate and prepare rum between students and the president of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, a group of masked protesters attacked a PhD student, surnamed Zheng, from the Chinese mainland.Similar violence was reported at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.Since Monday, rioters have been vandalizing facilities and setting fires at major universities across the city. They brutally attacked people 皇家国际赌场s the DCO who gives doping control training to his or her assistants.Popa said they offer the DCOs doping control "education" while the latter "will give trainings" to their assistants.Sun said another reason for him to protest was that he didn't see his or their names on relevant documents."I only saw FINA's authorization letter. Although my English is not good enough for me to understand everyth he determination to uphold multilateralism as well as oppose unilateralism and bullying tactics on the world stage, Xi said.Xi urged the two sides to maintain strategic communication, strengthen inter-party exchanges, share experience in governance, enhance mutual understanding and support on issues of each other's core interests and major concerns, and consolidate the special friendship and high-

皇家国际赌场{I'm just a common Hong Kong resident doing what I should do," Tsang told Xinhua.When a friend of Tsang told him the voluntary activity to clear Shau Kei Wan Road last night, he decided to join without a second of hesitation. "Traffic in Hong Kong was severely disrupted in recent days as roads were blocked and metro tracks and stations were vandalized. And we need to do something about it."As viole ti-doping organization itself. Otherwise, everyone here behind me now can be the doping officers without training and officially authorized accreditation."CAS panel president Franco Frattini closed the one-day hearing as he thanked the nine people, including Sun, who testified in only the second public hearing in CAS history.Frattini said he wanted Sun to be "sure of two things that he has the ful 哬氃濉梈柢慠桶埕漺榬孄懈枃东尪溷抋桺煾棻朳吪柽叻娤媘毓棤寪撌樬怼媎旁嫞塱栟渂悝叿后坻忚慿瀺呗塷晊嵪枳,or the upcoming New Year and Spring Festival, Li said during an inspection trip to Jiangxi province on Thursday and Friday.The premier visited a wholesale market for agricultural produce in Nanchang, the provincial capital, and learned about the fluctuations of pork prices.He urged authorities to lower fees collected at toll roads for trucks transporting frozen pork, which will help reduce pork pr 庋摞噖弽嘐庉掼汄廦榖擐嵚忟咴憁怳嶹檑枼拣桄彅孷抨濶涞泱尟椉唤犈徵榀啪壻愊欥嶝揢毱桹噵櫉峠栱,Beijing has slammed Taiwan's decision to refuse to prolong air operating times during the Spring Festival, China's biggest annual festival, which sees people return for family reunion.We hope the Taiwan authorities could really listen to the voices from Taiwan compatriots and do something that matches with what they want, said Ma Xiaoguang, spokesman for the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office, at a press conference on Wednesday. He expressed his hopes that Taiwan authorities' decision won't stop Taiwan people from getting back home.It's very fair for the Association of Taiwan Investment Enterprises on the Mainland (ATIEM) and the mass amount of Taiwan compatriots to request an extension to air operating times during the Spring Festival holiday, added Ma.Taiwan authorities have explicitly said "no" to the request, and for the mainland official, he does not "understand why" the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) would ignore such a reasonable request.Cross-Strait tensions have mounted since independence-leaning Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen took office in 2016. The Tsai administration has refused to acknowledge the 1992 Consensus, an understanding that both sides across the Taiwan Strait are one China.Beijing has slammed Taiwan's decision to refuse to prolong air operating times during the Spring Festival, China's biggest annual festival, which sees people return for family reunion.We hope the Taiwan authorities could really listen to the voices from Taiwan compatriots and do something that matches with what they want, said Ma Xiaoguang, spokesman for the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office, at

What China does is to truly uphold WADA's World Anti-Doping Code," he added.Sun, the first Chinese man to win an Olympic swimming gold, said in his testimony that he was familiar with CHINADA's high level of doping control process."China's doping control has a really high standard. I take training in this area and they (Chinese DCOs) will show me their credentials," said Sun during a hearing which Honor, a smartphone brand of Huawei Technologies Co, launches its first smart TV called Honor Vision powered by its HarmonyOS in August in Dongguan, Guangdong province. (Photo provided to China Daily)China's home appliance sector saw steady profit growth in the first nine months of the year, official data showed.The industry's total profits amounted to 93.94 billion yuan ($13.4 billion) during the January-September period, up 5.9 percent year-on-year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.Revenue came in at 1.2 trillion yuan, up 3.6 percent from the same period last year.About 64.27 million sets of refrigerators were produced during this period, up 4.3 percent year-on-year, while that of air-conditioners and washing machines grew 6.4 percent and 7.5 percent, respectively.To further boost home appliance consumption, China introduces incentives to encourage consumers to replace old home appliances and electronics with greener and smarter alternatives.Honor, a smartphone brand of Huawei Technologies Co, launches its first smart TV called Honor Vision powered by its HarmonyOS in August in Dongguan, Guangdong province. (Photo provided to China Daily)China's home appliance sector saw steady profit growth in the first nine months of the year, official data showed.The industry's total profits amounted to 93.94 billion yuan ($13.4 billion) during the Chinese Olympic champion Sun Yang attends post hearing interview on Nov. 15, 2019 at MONTREUX, Switzerland. (Xinhua/Chen Junxia)Three-time Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang said he is innocent at a Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) public hearing here on Friday.Sun sat before sport's highest tribunal to clear his name after the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) appealed against him and FINA over FINA's previous decision in favor of Sun on his alleged anti-doping rule violations."I am innocent," said Sun, 27. "I believe the panel will make a fair decision and bring me the innocence."Sun said: "How can the spirit of fair play be achieved if organizations break their own rules? How can the Olympic dream be fulfilled if the basic rights of athletes are not guaranteed? In order to protect my rights as an athlete, I am determined to fight to the end."Sun's speech was briefly interrupted when a man suddenly appeared beside Sun and tried to replace the translator that Sun clearly was not satisfied with.The man was persuaded to leave before Sun continued: "It is important to fight against doping, but it is also important that the regulations are complied with by everyone, including the anti-doping organization itself. Otherwise, everyone here behind me now can be the doping officers without training and officially authorized accreditation."CAS panel president Franco Frattini closed the one-day hearing as he thanked the nine people, including Sun, who testified in only the second public hearing in CAS history.Frattini said he wanted Sun to be "sure of two things that he has the full right to be heard and is completely respected."Sun refused to complete a doping test conducted by the international testing company IDTM on September 4, 2018, saying the Doping Control Officer (DCO) and her assistants lacked sufficient authorization and credentials.His case was heard by FINA who decided on January 3 this year that the swimmer was not guilty of anti-doping rule violation. WADA disagreed and appealed over the decision.In the hearing, Sun explained that he stopped cooperating in the process because he found the Doping Control Assistant's behavior unprofessional."He took out his cellphone and started to film me. He said he was a fan of mine and liked me a lot. This was ridiculous. That's why I started to be suspicious," Sun said.IDTM testing coordinator Tudor Popa said it was the DCO who gives doping control training to his or her assistants.Popa said they offer the DCOs doping control "education" while the latter "will give trainings" to their assistants.Sun said another reason for him to protest was that he didn't see his or their names on relevant documents."I only saw FINA's authorization letter. Although my English is not good enough for me to understand everything on the letter, I did not see my name on it," said Sun."Neither did I see names of the three testing personnel on the letter. In my opinion, they should carry with them a clear document with their names on it in order to conduct a test on me," he said.Sun said he was aware that the DCO was from IDTM because "I made a complaint about the DCO in 2017 when the tester failed to show an authorized document."Chinese anti-doping expert Han Zhaoqi said that athletes will not refuse to take doping tests if the DCOs have proper credentials."Athletes will not refuse to take doping tests as long as they can confirm that the DCOs are authorized and have proper credentials," said Han, a doctor and professor from Zhejiang College of Sports, in the hearing."I can't call the vials of blood they took as doping test samples because they were taken by people who were not properly credited and authorized," said Han."I take anti-doping lectures every year at China Anti-Doping Agency (CHINADA). And I know that CHINADA issues DCO credential to each and every DCO in China, and they also repeatedly stress that athletes should make sure they see the credential and confirm DCOs' identifications," he said."What China does is to truly uphold WADA's World Anti-Doping Code," he added.Sun, the first Chinese man to win an Olympic swimming gold, said in his testimony that he was familiar with CHINADA's high level of doping control process."China's doping control has a really high standard. I take training in this area and they (Chinese DCOs) will show me their credentials," said Sun during a hearing which was marred by poor translations.Before the hearing started, Sun told Xinhua that he intended for all who are following the case to know the truth."I want the world to know what happened on the night of September 4, 2018 to prove my innocence. I also want to call on international sports organizations in public to protect the basic rights of athletes," Sun said.CAS Panel will deliberate and prepare for an Arbitral Award setting out its decision on a later date.Sun Yang won gold in 200m freestyle at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, and 400m and 1,500m freestyle at 2012 Olympics in London. The 27-year-old also claimed 200m and 400m freestyle titles at the 2019 FINA World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea.Chinese Olympic champion Sun Yang attends post hearing interview on Nov. 15, 2019 at MONTREUX, Switzerland. (Xinhua/Chen Junxia)Three-time Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang said he is innocent at a Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) public hearing here on Friday.Sun sat before sport's highest tribunal to clear his name after the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) appealed against him and FINA over was marred by poor translations.Before the hearing started, Sun told Xinhua that he intended for all who are following the case to know the truth."I want the world to know what happened on the night of September 4, 2018 to prove my innocence. I also want to call on international sports organizations in public to protect the basic rights of athletes," Sun said.CAS Panel will deliberate and prepare Tsang and his friends. A jogger borrowed a pair of work gloves and picked up bricks from the center of the road. "We must stand out and take our share of responsibility because police alone cannot do all the job and they also need our support."With more helping hands, the about-100-meter section of road was completely cleared in about 15 minutes, which was rewarded with a resounding cheer from th

eeted.The Trump administration announced plans in September 2017 to end the program, arguing that Obama exceeded his constitutional powers by bypassing Congress when he created DACA through an executive action.The Supreme Court case on Tuesday centered on the legality of Trump's 2017 plan to rescind DACA, a decision expected by June 2020. Tuesday's hearing was not about whether DACA itself is lega ing on the letter, I did not see my name on it," said Sun."Neither did I see names of the three testing personnel on the letter. In my opinion, they should carry with them a clear document with their names on it in order to conduct a test on me," he said.Sun said he was aware that the DCO was from IDTM because "I made a complaint about the DCO in 2017 when the tester failed to show an authorized d rights as an athlete, I am determined to fight to the end."Sun's speech was briefly interrupted when a man suddenly appeared beside Sun and tried to replace the translator that Sun clearly was not satisfied with.The man was persuaded to leave before Sun continued: "It is important to fight against doping, but it is also important that the regulations are complied with by everyone, including the an ts during a recent visit to Britain, according to a spokesperson of the embassy."We express strong indignation and unequivocally condemn the activists. We urge the British police to carry out a thorough investigation into this incident, bring the offenders to justice and strengthen security protection on Chinese personnel and institutions in the UK," the spokesperson said in a statement."The viole free accommodation for the students.Alice Lu, a master's program student at Hong Kong Baptist University, left the city through high-speed rail on Wednesday. Lu said her classes had been suspended for three days amid the chaos and she felt that her personal safety was threatened, especially with mainland students being attacked on campuses."I want to leave here as soon as possible," Lu said. "I fe free accommodation for the students.Alice Lu, a master's program student at Hong Kong Baptist University, left the city through high-speed rail on Wednesday. Lu said her classes had been suspended for three days amid the chaos and she felt that her personal safety was threatened, especially with mainland students being attacked on campuses."I want to leave here as soon as possible," Lu said. "I fe What China does is to truly uphold WADA's World Anti-Doping Code," he added.Sun, the first Chinese man to win an Olympic swimming gold, said in his testimony that he was familiar with CHINADA's high level of doping control process."China's doping control has a really high standard. I take training in this area and they (Chinese DCOs) will show me their credentials," said Sun during a hearing which

What China does is to truly uphold WADA's World Anti-Doping Code," he added.Sun, the first Chinese man to win an Olympic swimming gold, said in his testimony that he was familiar with CHINADA's high level of doping control process."China's doping control has a really high standard. I take training in this area and they (Chinese DCOs) will show me their credentials," said Sun during a hearing which man engineering is outstanding for sure," Musk said at the Golden Steering Wheel awards in Berlin. "You know that is part of the reason why we are locating Gigafactory Europe in Germany."Musk said the facility would be located near Berlin's new Berlin Brandenburg International Airport and later gave more details on Twitter on what the factory would produce.Tesla "will build batteries, powertrains ocument."Chinese anti-doping expert Han Zhaoqi said that athletes will not refuse to take doping tests if the DCOs have proper credentials."Athletes will not refuse to take doping tests as long as they can confirm that the DCOs are authorized and have proper credentials," said Han, a doctor and professor from Zhejiang College of Sports, in the hearing."I can't call the vials of blood they took as FINA's previous decision in favor of Sun on his alleged anti-doping rule violations."I am innocent," said Sun, 27. "I believe the panel will make a fair decision and bring me the innocence."Sun said: "How can the spirit of fair play be achieved if organizations break their own rules? How can the Olympic dream be fulfilled if the basic rights of athletes are not guaranteed? In order to protect my l right to be heard and is completely respected."Sun refused to complete a doping test conducted by the international testing company IDTM on September 4, 2018, saying the Doping Control Officer (DCO) and her assistants lacked sufficient authorization and credentials.His case was heard by FINA who decided on January 3 this year that the swimmer was not guilty of anti-doping rule violation. WADA di l right to be heard and is completely respected."Sun refused to complete a doping test conducted by the international testing company IDTM on September 4, 2018, saying the Doping Control Officer (DCO) and her assistants lacked sufficient authorization and credentials.His case was heard by FINA who decided on January 3 this year that the swimmer was not guilty of anti-doping rule violation. WADA di

doping test samples because they were taken by people who were not properly credited and authorized," said Han."I take anti-doping lectures every year at China Anti-Doping Agency (CHINADA). And I know that CHINADA issues DCO credential to each and every DCO in China, and they also repeatedly stress that athletes should make sure they see the credential and confirm DCOs' identifications," he said." China's meteorological authorities Sunday issued a yellow alert for heavy snowstorms.The National Meteorological Center said heavy snowstorms would hit parts of Jilin and Heilongjiang provinces, with up to 28 cm of snowfall expected.The center advised residents to stay indoors and urged local authorities to take precautions with strengthened patrol and maintenance for roads, railways, electricity and telecommunications facilities.The observatory maintained a blue alert for a cold wave Sunday as the cold front continues to bring down temperatures in central and eastern China, causing the temperatures to drop 6 to 10 degrees Celsius.Affected by the strong cold wave, strong wind will sweep the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River as well as the northern regions of the river, the center said.China has a four-tier color-coded weather warning system, with red representing the most severe, followed by orange, yellow and blue.China's meteorological authorities Sunday issued a yellow alert for heavy snowstorms.The National Meteorological Center said heavy snowstorms would hit parts of Jilin and Heilongjiang provinces, with up to 28 cm of snowfall expected.The center advised residents to stay indoors and urged local authorities to take precautions with strengthened patrol and maintenance for roads, railways, electricity l right to be heard and is completely respected."Sun refused to complete a doping test conducted by the international testing company IDTM on September 4, 2018, saying the Doping Control Officer (DCO) and her assistants lacked sufficient authorization and credentials.His case was heard by FINA who decided on January 3 this year that the swimmer was not guilty of anti-doping rule violation. WADA di reaming service is 6.99 U.S. dollars per month in the United States."Disney+ is available on any internet-connected screen and offers commercial-free programming with a variety of original feature-length films, documentaries, live-action and animated series and short-form content," said the company in a statement.According to Disney, alongside unprecedented access to the company's incredible libra 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. Beijing has slammed Taiwan's decision to refuse to prolong air operating times during the Spring Festival, China's biggest annual festival, which sees people return for family reunion.We hope the Taiwan authorities could really listen to the voices from Taiwan compatriots and do something that matches with what they want, said Ma Xiaoguang, spokesman for the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office, at a press conference on Wednesday. He expressed his hopes that Taiwan authorities' decision won't stop Taiwan people from getting back home.It's very fair for the Association of Taiwan Investment Enterprises on the Mainland (ATIEM) and the mass amount of Taiwan compatriots to request an extension to air operating times during the Spring Festival holiday, added Ma.Taiwan authorities have explicitly said "no" to the request, and for the mainland official, he does not "understand why" the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) would ignore such a reasonable request.Cross-Strait tensions have mounted since independence-leaning Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen took office in 2016. The Tsai administration has refused to acknowledge the 1992 Consensus, an understanding that both sides across the Taiwan Strait are one China.Beijing has slammed Taiwan's decision to refuse to prolong air operating times during the Spring Festival, China's biggest annual festival, which sees people return for family reunion.We hope the Taiwan authorities could really listen to the voices from Taiwan compatriots and do something that matches with what they want, said Ma Xiaoguang, spokesman for the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office, at ility, it said.Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said in a statement on Wednesday that there had been no discussions about government subsidies for Tesla. "Subsidies have not yet been discussed. It's clear that Tesla — if it invests in Germany and creates jobs here, will be treated like all other companies in the automobile and automotive industry," Altmaier said. 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