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nt history, the relocation of some manufacturing industries from
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During the previous five industrial migrations, the economic development of the leading countries that hosted such industries didn’t stop after
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anufacturing and the service sector－and they are still developed economies. For example, the US is still the world’s larg
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economic growth curve, China’s case will be the same even after the relocation of some of its manufacturing industries.
First, as mentioned above, the speed and scope of the manufacturing units’ relocation from China are not as fast and large as s
上海龙凤1314品茶微信ome people imagine. The industrial relocation from China started after the 2008 global financial crisis br
oke out, accelerated in 2012, and gained pace last year due to the Sino-US trade conflicts.
But the consequences are not expected to be very serious. For instance, from 2008 to 2018, global trade grew at an annual aver
age rate of 2.4 percent, while China saw 6.3 percent annual average export growth, which shows China’s export g上海龙凤1314品茶微信
rowth has been not only steady, but also 3.9 percentage points higher than that of global trade.
As a result, the share of China’s exports in global exports rose from 8.9
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tion that the relocation of manufacturing industries from China is not fast enough to make us feel worried.
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conomy. Therefore, China will continue to be a manufacturing and economic powerhouse.
n a crowded courtyard house in a traditional alleyway like Lao She, Fang also felt a deep connection to the writer’s works.
上海龙凤1314女神会所As Fang says, he enjoys reading Lao She’s works because the characters appear as familiar as his neighbors.
After performing This Life of Mine in 2011, Fang began to plan other adaptations of Lao She’s works.
With the support of Lao She’s children, including Shu Yi and Lao She’s daughter Shu Ji, Fa上海龙凤1314
ng adapted two more of the writer’s well-known novels, Divorce and Cat Country, for the stage between 2012 and 2014.
In 2016, he adapted Lao She’s novel, Mr Ma and Son, into an all-male cast stage production of the same title, which largely draws on Lao She’s experience as a Ma上海龙凤1314
ndarin teacher at the University of London from 1924 to 1929. Last year, he directed another all-male cast play titled Lao She’s Six Stories, based on six short sto
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icting the plight of a young couple living a hand-to-mouth existence and the relationships between local neighbors.
Fang is working on his latest play, The Story of Niu Tianci, which was written by Lao She in 1934.
“Compared with Lao She’s other works, The Story of Niu Tianci is less well-known. But Shu Ji likes it very much and it’s a pit
y to ignore such a great novel,” he says. “The story is about a young man’s struggle against his social environment, a
上海龙凤1314nd I am sure that audiences will find the story interesting and connect with it. I am very excited about it.”
A park focusing on the innovation and development of intangible cultural heritage opened in Beijing on June 28, the first of its kind in China.
Located in Dongcheng district, Yongyuan park was set up to allow inheritors of intangibl
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Developed by the Hong Kong-listed Beijing Capital Land, Yongyuan is the first park o
f its kind in the country set up to provide an innovation platform for intangible cultural heritage.
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al art workshops, guilds and institutes of higher learning at the opening ceremony.
Yongyuan park also aims to integrate investment, technological resear
ch and retail facilities to promote the integration of intangible cultural heritage.
Authorities expect the park to become a testing ground for national efforts in intangible cultural heritage protection.
China will offer customized data services for disaster prevention throug
h its Fengyun meteorological satellites for more countries along the Belt and Road, said a
senior official of the China Meteorological Administration’s National Satellite Meteorological Center.
The services will be provided based on the results of a survey of 81 countries. By the end
of April, 22 countries, including Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Russia, Libya and Sudan, had responded to the survey.
All of the respondents said they wanted to install the application software platforms
of the Fengyun satellites for weather forecasting, as well as climate and environment monitoring.
They also requested a range of services, especially in monitoring rainf
all, droughts, dust storms, heavy fog and lightning, in addition to training courses on F
engyun meteorological satellite data analysis, remote-sensing applications and data collection.
nitiative is a challenge, but achievable,” she said, adding that at the heart of this challenge lies great potenti
al for innovation and creativity, such as new disaster risk prediction and analysis, and disaster-resilient infrastructures.
Huang Runqiu, vice-minister of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment, said dis
aster risk reduction of natural hazards along the initiative is crucial for its success and sustainability.
Regions at the heart of the initiative, such as the Tianshan-Pamir Platea
u, the Himalayas, eastern parts of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and South Asia, are facing serio
us disaster threats due to tectonic movements, fragile ecosystems and extreme weather, he said.
Henrik Slotte, a senior disaster management expert from the UN Environm
ent Program, said poorly managed infrastructure projects can damage the ecosystem.
After a disappointing performance in 2018, China’s economy appears to be stabiliz
ing. In the first quarter of 2019, GDP growth, at 6.4 percent year-on-year, matched that of the previous quarter. But grow
th in industrial production exceeded expectations, expanding by 6.5 percent year-on-year (and by 8.5 percent in Mar
ch). Even exports growth was positive, albeit weak, despite the ongoing trade frictions with the United States.
Moreover, fixed-asset investment (FAI) grew by 6.3 percent－0.2 percentage points higher than in the previous quar
ter. Investment in real estate grew the fastest (11.8 percent), followed by manufacturing (4.6 percent) and in
frastructure (4.4 percent). The growth of investment both in real estate and infrastru
cture was stronger not only sequentially, but also year-on-year. As usual, consumption growth was stable.
Jiangsu teacher with at least one local educator. The outsiders acted as mentors, providing guidance and support.
Qian, the Chinese teacher, has mentored five teachers. He attended their classes once a week, offering advice afterwards. He also set assignments,
such as reading magazines or two to three books each year, as well as writing a paper on teaching practice every semester.
“I think many local teachers need to constantly explore education theory and the art of teaching. They also
need to read more and strengthen their research abilities, because teaching without researching is lost labor,” he said.
Namgal, a Tibetan math teacher who came to the school after she graduated t
wo years ago, said she has learned valuable lessons from her two Jiangsu mentors.
When she started teaching, her class had the third-lowest average mat
h score in the school’s seventh grade. Her first mentor, Pan Lichao, attended her classes regul
arly, taking notes and suggesting methods she could adopt. Pan also met with her several times to help prepare lessons.