is being held at t上海贵族宝贝女神会所 he China Cultural Center of Sydney, Australia from June 18 to 27, arousing visitors’ i
nterest in Guizhou’s sceneries, intangible cultural heritages, ethnic groups’ culture, liquors, and tea.
The activity is held in the form of an exhibition showcasing Guizhou’s famous scenic sp
ots such as Wanfenglin in Xingyi, Huangguoshu Waterfall in Anshun, and Jiaxiu Tower in Guiyang, whi
ch allow the visitors to learn more about Guizhou’s natural sceneries, folk customs, and tourism resources.
Yang Zhi, minister counselor for culture for the Chinese embassy in Australi
a, was invited to the activity and was impressed by Guizhou’s development in the tourism indu
stry. He expressed his wishes to help Guizhou to promote its tourism resources in Australia.
other professional measure that relates to safety. Anyone without experience climbing mountains above 8,000 meters, and witho
ut adequate capability for independent movement is not allowed on Mount Qomolangma,” he said.
Both overseas and domestic climbers must apply as part of a team, not personally, he said.
Tibet installed a new ladder in a section of the climbing route in 2017, and provided climb
ing ropes as long as 6,000 meters along the path between a section at 6,600 meters and the summit at 8,844 meters.
Cleanup efforts on the mountain involve both environmental considerations and climbing sa
fety. The work has become routine, said Tashi Gyatso, the deputy secretary of the regional government.
Despite a general decline, great difficulties still exist for China to bring
down the percentage of smokers to 20 percent by 2030, China CDC said in a statement.
The survey, released ahead of World No Tobacco Day, which falls on Friday, showed increasing public support for tobacco
control. More than 90 percent of those surveyed said they support a total ban on tobacco in the workplace, and mo
re than 95 percent said they support banning smoking in hospitals, middle and primary schools and public tr
ansportation. Nearly 80 percent said they hope to see a ban on tobacco in restaurants.
The survey showed adult smokers generally lack the willingness to quit, with only 16 percent planning to quit within the year.
Zhi Xiuyi, vice-president of the Chinese Association on Tobacco Control, said Chin
a faces severe challenges in tobacco control to protect people’s health, despite the progress ma
e mainland will improve their competitiveness, and most expected to learn more of the vocational culture and work environment.
The HKUYA Student Exchange Network, an organization unde
r the Hong Kong United Youth Association, launched this year’s summer internship program on Wednesday.
More than 200 Hong Kong college students will go to Beijing, Shanghai, Harbin and Dalian to take part in a six-week
program. They will work in government organs, State-owned enterprises, cultural and business institutions.
Stanley Choi Tak Shing, honorary chairman of the student exchange network, said he hoped students would learn
more about the country’s development through the internship, especially those who want to work on the mainland.
A student who will work in the Mei Lanfang Theater in Beijing this summer vacation said she wanted to work in the art indu
stry after graduation, and expected to learn more about the industry through the internship.
our country. We must encourage fair competition, and ensure that
our measures to lower internet service charges are fully delivered as they are an impo
rtant part of our efforts in improving people’s lives,” Premier Li said.Baisu Gulang, a 37-year-old horse hea
d fiddle maker, makes a horse head fiddle in Qian Golos Mongolian autonomous county of Songyuan, Nort
heast China’s Jilin province, May 15, 2019. Under his father’s influence, Baisu Gulang has an ardent love in making and playin
g horse head fiddle, a traditional musical instrument favored by Mongolian ethnic group. He started lear
ning to make horse head fiddle when he was 18 years old. In 2006, Baisu Gulang started a horse head fiddle maki
ng studio where he voluntarily teaches enthusiasts to make and play the instrument besides selling
was about ground operations, such as telemetry, tracking and command of spacecraft.
“I want to study satellites. I want to learn and work on communications satellites operating in low Earth orbit, because no
w we have a communications satellite in geosynchronous orbit, and remote-sensing satellites in low Earth orbit,” he said.
“I want to learn how to combine these technologies and do some research here in Beijing, s
o when I come back to my country I can help to develop our own satellite technology,” he added.
Each of Venezuela’s three satellites－one communication and two r
emote-sensing satellites－was designed, built and launched by China.
The Beijing-based China Academy of Space Technology, a subsidiary of State-owned spa
ce giant China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp, is a major developer of satellites and spaceships in China.