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from China and overseas since it opened in 1968. Leaders from more than 70 countries and over 600 delegations from 150 nations have visited it.
During the three days it reopened to the public before taking road traffic in December, the bridge had more than 200,000 visitors.
The 4,589-meter-long structure reopened after 27 months of repairs. As China’s first home-designed road and rail truss bridge, it has been p
raised and loved by many. A truss bridge is one whose load-bearing superstructure is composed of connected elements forming triangular units.
Liu Yong, 63, a retired teacher from Nanjing, said he was in elementary school when the bridge first op
ened. Without telling his parents and teachers, he and his classmates walked more than 10 kilometers to see it.
“It was the most magnificent structure I had ever seen. When our relatives visited Nanjing, we
took them to see the bridge instead of visiting other well-known places of interest,” Liu said.
Zhou Lei, who lives in a residential community near the bridge, said that when he was an elementary school student in Ya
ncheng, Jiangsu, his father promised him that he would take him to see the bridge if he had high scores in his final exam.
Scandinavian crime novels” for British readers. Among the different strands that have cont
ributed to such changes, one is that “fantasy, epic historical romances as well as science
fiction are easier genres” to introduce ideas from another culture.
“People are looking for something new, and Chinese sci-fi an
d wuxia (martial arts) fantasy are stepping into this void,” she says.
Gigi Chang, a freelance translator in Shanghai, released Condor Heroes’s second book, A Bond Un
done, in January. The Daily Mail in Britain calls it “a glorious, involving, kinetic epic”.
Chang says besides the changing market, where translated wor
ks are becoming more prominent, the quality of Jin Yong’s wr
ting, as well as the series’ experienced publisher, MacLehose Pres
s, are factors that have led to its popularity in Britain.
ies of all levels to crack down on ophthalmic medical institutions without a legal lice
nse and strengthen inspection of ophthalmic products and medical instruments in the notice.
Legal experts called for China to protect juveniles through cybersecurity legislation a
nd redoubled efforts against school bullying after several cases aroused public outrage and concern.
Fang Yan, a lawyer from Shaanxi province, said that it’s good to see the nation adding to the protectio
n of juveniles in the past few years, “but in some new aspects, such as cyberspace, the protection is far from enough”.
At the end of 2018, China had 829 million netizens, of whom almost 20 percent w
ere under the age of 18, according to the China Internet Network Information Center.
Another report released by the center in March said that 15.6 percent of juven
iles had experienced disturbances, insults or privacy leaks online, while 30.3 percent said
they had been exposed to pornography, gambling or drugs in cyberspace.
Chinese startup Ofo has denied it is bankrupt, and claimed all is w
ell at the bike-sharing company in a statement released on Tuesday.
According to media reports, Beijing Baikeluoke Technology Co, one of Ofo’s operat
ors, was involved in a bankruptcy case on March 25, listed on the national bankruptcy disclosure platform.
Ofo, however, insists it is not bankrupt, saying that its debt-related litigation and negotiations are still underway.
The company has been suffering financial problems for the past few m
onths, with tens of millions of users waiting for refunds since the second half of last year.
To compound matters for the company, unpaid bills resulted in several lawsuits in the same period.
Foreign Exchange, said, “China has ample room to maneuver and take measures toward deleveraging.”
That conclusion is based on the debt structure and interest rate level, he said.
“When we’re talking about deleveraging and maintaining stable growth, I think the focus for seve
ral years has been on quality growth, not just any growth,” he said.Chinese President Xi Jinping met wit
h New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Monday in Beijing. They agreed to continuously enrich the China-New
Zealand comprehensive strategic partnership based on the principles of mutual trust and mutual benefit.his year’s Government Work Report said th
at “major progress was made in boosting the coordinated development of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region”. In the years since t
he central government put forward the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei coordinated development plan, local authorities have taken a series of me
asures, including working on key issues such as top design, to help shift Beijing’s noncapital functions to nei
ghboring locations, integrating the region’s transport network and better strengthening environmental protection.
factor in Chinese outbound investments in 2018. “If you are a company where real estate and property development is your ma
in line of business I think you will have a better chance of getting your foreign investment approved,” he said.
Despite the decline in Chinese investment, the US commercial real estate markets weathered the loss of capi
tal well. Because New York and San Francisco receive two-thirds of every Chinese investment dollar according to the
report, the effect of the falloff was limited, according to Barry Hersh, a real estate professor at New York University.
Overall, China fell to third in total foreign investment in American real estate behind Cana
da and Singapore, according to the report. Bitner said other sources of capital stepped in to fill the void. “Capital fro
m Canada, Singapore, Japan and South Korea is coming into the US market,” he said.