At 7:30 last night, Mr. Zhou entered 85100000 hotline: Qiutao North Road Runxi
Road off ramp, a Huzhou bus from south to north, the driver seemed to be in a bad
condition, the passengers were panicked, jumped out, some had their hands cut,
some had their legs broken, and sent to 117 hospitals. There are about 11 people on the bus.
Verification report: From Mr. Zhou’s video, we can see that a Huzhou
Governor’s Yun bus, with its door open, the front two pieces of the right window broken and the
glass ballasted. The direction of the front of the car is opposite to the right-turn arrow on the road.
At 8 p.m., I rushed to 117 Hospital on Airport Road (now 903 Hospital).
A young female passenger said that the bus
departed from Hangzhou Railway Station
near 7 p.m. to Huzhou New City. There were more than 10 people on the bus at that time.
“Before the accident, we could clearly feel the shaking instability of the car.
Later, the car stopped and the driver suddenly shouted, “You’re going to die, you’re going to
run away!” At this time, someone knocked on the window with a safety hammer and jumped out of the car to escape.
Mr. Li is also a passenger on the bus, Huzhou people, with gauze wrapped on
the back of his left hand. He said his hand was scratched by the glass when he jumped
out of the window, which was not a big problem. Then he was picked up by a friend. Before leaving, all the passengers
in the hospital had built groups face to face, and there were already 10 people.
At 9 p.m., I saw the driver lying in the hospital bed, a middle-aged man, and then was sent to the rescue room.
It was learned from the hospital that a passenger with a broken foot was
hospitalized. The emergency doctor said that the bus driver was awake when he
arrived at the hospital, and there was no abnormal condition after the
examination. The emergency doctor advised the driver to stay in hospital for one night and review
the next day, but the driver could not stay in hospital. By the time the reporter wrote,
the driver had left the hospital.
At present, the specific causes of
the accident, the relevant
departments are investigating.
Ruisheng Coffee is a new coffee brand owned by Shenzhou Youche Group.
Although it has only been established for less than a year, it has quickly
occupied the market through a large number of price subsidies. At present, it has opened 2,000 stores. But in this “burning money” marketing model,
Ruisheng coffee has not yet achieved profitability. In the financial data released by this year’s round B financing, we can see that Ruisheng coffee has
lost more than 800 million yuan. The official response of Richter said: for the current strategic layout, the loss is in line with the normal expectations. Here
we will take you to know. Recently, Starbucks Challenger has just opened 20,000 stores of Ruixing Coffee. The financial data of Ruixing Coffee has been
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Specifically, the financial data of Ruisheng is due to the exposure of B-round financing. In the first three quarters of 2018, Ruisheng coffee accumulated
sales revenue of 375 million yuan, gross profit of 433 million yuan, gross interest rate of 11.55%, net loss of 857 million yuan. Regarding the huge loss,
Ruisheng told the media that the year-round loss is far greater than this. It is an established strategy to quickly occupy the market through subsidies, and the losses are in line with expectations. The market has been valued at $2.2
billion, but the company did not disclose details of the financial data to reporters. Surprisingly, Ruisheng Coffee seems to be quite calm about the loss
data. It told reporters, “It’s certain that we will lose much more in the whole year than that. It is our established strategy to quickly occupy the market
through subsidies, and the losses are in line with our expectations. It is reported that in less than a year since the trial operation in January this year, 12 million consumers have sold more than 85 million cups. Therefore, in the B round of financing, Ruisheng Coffee received another $200 million from the
same group of investors, with a post-investment valuation of $2.2 billion. In the Internet industry of the past decade, this kind of operation scheme which
can get the market quickly by burning money is not uncommon. Although the large-scale subsidy model of Ruisheng Coffee has been questioned, the first step has also achieved initial results. Whether the latter can enter a stable
One day the Emperor was riding toward the hunting grounds and noticed his newly found uncle respectfully standing by the roadside.
“I should like to see my uncle display his hunting skill,” said the Emperor.
Liu Bei mounted his steed at once. Just then a hare started from its form. Liu Bei shot and hit it with the first arrow.
the Emperor, much struck by this display, rode away over a slope. Suddenly a deer broke out of the thicket. He shot three arrows at it but all missed.
“You try,” said the Emperor turning to Cao Cao.
“Lend me Your Majesty’s bow,” Cao Cao replied.
Taking the inlaid bow and the golden-tipped arrows, Cao Cao pulled the bow and hit the deer in the shoulder at the first shot. It fell in the grass and could not run.
Now the crowd of officers seeing the golden-barbed arrow sticking in the wound concluded at once that the shot was the Emperor’s, so they rushed up and shouted “Wan shui！ O King！ Live forever！”
Cao Cao rode out pushing past the Emperor and acknowledged the congratulations.
they all turned pale. Guan Yu, who was behind Liu Bei, was especially angry. The silkworm eyebrows stood up fiercely, and the red phoenix eyes glared as, sword in hand, he rode hastily forth to cut down the audacious Prime Minister for his impertinence.
However, Liu Bei hastily waved him back and shot at him a meaning glance so that Guan Yu stopped and made no further move.
Liu Bei bowing toward Cao Cao said, “Most sincere felicitations！ A truly supernatural shot, such as few have achieved！”
“It is only the enormous good fortune of the Son of Heaven！” said Cao Cao with a smile.
then he turned his steed and felicitated the Emperor. But he did not return the bow； he hung it over his own shoulder instead.
the hunt finished with banqueting；
and when the entertainments were over,
they returned to the capital,
all glad of some repose after the expedition.
“The Hsüeh family have plenty of money, so that if your Worship adjudicates that they should pay five hundred,
they can afford it, or one thousand will also be within their means; and this sum can be handed to the Feng family to meet the outlay of burning incense and burial expenses. The Feng family are, besides, people of not much consequence,
and (the fuss made by them) being simply for money, they too will, when they have got the cash in hand,
have nothing more to say. But may it please your worship to consider carefully this plan and see what you think of it?”
“It isn’t a safe course! It isn’t a safe course!” Yü-ts’un observed as he smiled. “Let me further think and deliberate; and possibly by succeeding in suppressing public criticism, the matter might also be settled.”
These two closed their consultation by a fixed determination, and the next day, when he sat in judgment, he marked off a whole company of the plaintiffs as well as of the accused,
as were mentioned by name, and had them brought before him. Yü-ts’un examined them with additional minuteness, and discovered in point of fact, that the inmates of the Feng family were extremely few,
that they merely relied upon this charge with the idea of obtaining some compensation for joss-sticks and burials; and that the Hsüeh family,
presuming on their prestige and confident of patronage, had been obstinate in the refusal to make any mutual concession,
with the result that confusion had supervened, and that no decision had been arrived at.
Following readily the bent of his feelings, Yü-ts’un disregarded the laws,
and adjudicated this suit in a random way;
and as the Feng family came in for a considerable sum,
with which to meet the expense for incense and the funeral, they had, after all,
not very much to say (in the way of objections.)
“Your worship,” remarked the Retainer smiling, “displayed, in years gone by, such great intelligence and decision, and how is it that today you, on the contrary,
become a person without any resources! Your servant has heard that the promotion of your worship to fill up this office is due to the exertions of the Chia
and Wang families; and as this Hsüeh P’an is a relative of the Chia mansion, why doesn’t your worship take your craft along with the stream, and bring, by the
performance of a kindness, this case to an issue, so that you may again in days to come,
be able to go and face the two Dukes Chia and Wang?”
“What you suggest,” replied Yü-ts’un, “is, of course, right enough; but this case involves a human life, and honoured as I have been, by His Majesty the Emperor,
by a restoration to office, and selection to an appointment, how can I at the very moment, when I may strain
all my energies to show my gratitude, by reason of a
private consideration, set the laws at nought? This is a thing which I really haven’t the courage to do.”
“What your worship says is naturally right and proper,” remarked the Retainer at these words,
smiling sarcastically, “but at the present stage of the world, such
things cannot be done. Haven’t you heard the saying of a man of old to the effect
that great men take action suitable to the times. ‘He who presses,’ he adds, ‘towards what is auspicious and avoids what is inauspicious is a perfect man.’
From what your worship says, not only you couldn’t, by any display of zeal, repay your obligation to His Majesty, but, what is more,
your own life you will find it
difficult to preserve.
There are still three more considerations
necessary to insure a safe settlement.”
Steve Jobs knew from an early age that he was adopted. “My parents were very open with me about that,” he recalled. He had a vivid memory of sitting on the lawn of his house, when he was six or seven years old, telling the girl who lived across the
street. “So does that mean your real parents didn’t want you?” the girl asked. “Lightning bolts went off in my head,” according to Jobs. “I remember running into the house, crying. And my parents said, ‘No, you have to understand.’ They were very
serious and looked me straight in the eye. They said, ‘We specifically picked you out.’ Both of my parents said that and repeated it slowly for me. And they put an emphasis on every word in that sentence.”
Abandoned. Chosen. Special. Those concepts became part of who Jobs was and how he regarded himself. His closest friends think that the knowledge that he was given up at birth left some scars. “I think his desire for complete control of whatever
he makes derives directly from his personality and the fact that he was abandoned at birth,” said one longtime colleague, Del Yocam. “He wants to control his environment, and he sees the product as an extension of himself.” Greg Calhoun, who became
close to Jobs right after college, saw another effect. “Steve talked to me a lot about being abandoned and the pain that caused,” he said. “It made him independent.
He followed the beat of a different drummer, and that came from being in a different world than he was born into.”
Later in life, when he was the same age his biological father had been when he abandoned him, Jobs would father and abandon a child of his own. (He eventually took responsibility for her.) Chrisann Brennan, the mother of that child, said that
being put up for adoption left Jobs “full of broken glass,” and it helps to explain some of his behavior. “He who is abandoned is an abandoner,” she said. Andy Hertzfeld,
who worked with Jobs at Apple in the early 1980s, is among the few who remained close to both Brennan and Jobs. “The key question about Steve is why he can’t
control himself at times from being so reflexively
cruel and harmful to some people,” he said. “
That goes back to being abandoned at birth.
The real underlying problem was the theme of abandonment in Steve’s life.”