Xiang Ligang, director-general of the Information Consum

ption Alliance, said if Chinese smartphone makers want to trul

y grow into global brands, they cannot just stay in China or Southeast Asia or Africa. Th

ey need to establish a presence in more advanced markets such as Japan, Europe and the United States.

“They had made significant technological advancements as well as product designs in recent y

ears. They are now in a relatively good position to venture out into the advanced battlefields,” Xiang said.

Even as Oppo steps up expansion in Europe, it has filed over 33,000 patent applications worldwide as of January.

It has also inked a multi-year global patent license agreement with Swedish telecom equi

pment giant Ericsson. Under the deal, the two sides will also collaborate on a number of business projects.

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We have to stop this hate and start seeing Muslims as human

  When I woke up Friday morning to the news of the massacre at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, I felt sick. But sad

ly, not entirely surprised. I had been dreading this kind of violence happening, although I would have never imag

ined this kind of scale — 49 Muslim men, women and children killed in cold blood with such clinical, methodical precision and filmed for social media.

  Islamophobia is on the rise and has been for some time. Muslims have been demonize

d, dehumanized and scapegoated on an industrial scale by society since 9/11.

  No other group has been punished for the sins of the father in such a systematic and accepted way. Politicians, commen

tators, influencers and the media on the right have waged a war against Muslims that has become normalized.

  The most powerful man on the planet, President Donald Trump, has sought to ban them fro

m entering the United States. British prime minister hopeful and former Foreign Secretary Bori

s Johnson made “jokes” insulting Muslim women, saying they looked like letter boxes. After those comments, Tell Mam

a, an organization that records Muslim hate incidents, reported that attacks on Muslim women went up.

  They often take the form of pulling off a woman’s headscarf, espe

cially when she’s taking her children to and from school. Imagine what that does to a young

frightened and confused Muslim child? We have respected high-profile commentators who say that Islam

ophobia doesn’t exist and imply that “they” have brought it on themselves because of terrorism.

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As part of the plan to build a “Beautiful China”, the count

y has vowed to increase its forest coverage to 26 percent by 2035.

To fulfill the target, Zhang said China should maintain the pace of afforestation – about 6.7 mil

lion hectares of trees newly planted each year – while implementing strict protection of forestry resources.

However, he said that the low survival rate of trees remains a challenge for afforestat

ion, and the administration is determined to tackle this problem in the coming years.

“To maintain a high survival rate, most of the effort should go toward keeping plants in a healthy state rather than simp

ly planting trees,” he said. “Also, species should be planted with the right techniques in inhospitable places.”

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A UK Foreign Office spokesperson said that the governme

  nt would look at the judgment “carefully.” “The defens

e facilities on the British Indian Ocean Territory help to protect people here in Britain and arou

nd the world from terrorist threats, organized crime and piracy,” the spokesperson added.

  rom Singapore to Djibouti and Bahrain to Brazil, today the US operates about 80

0 military bases and logistical facilities outside its sovereign territory — more than any other nation.

  ”If you take all the other foreign bases owned by countries together there are only ab

out 30,” says Daniel Immerwahr, a professor of history at Northwestern University.

  Most of America’s bases were acquired during the era of decolonization, after World War II, when trad

itional colonial powers such as Britain and France were shedding colonies around the world, especially in Asia.

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Globalization needs to be upgraded to serve the interes

In recent years, a rising number of people have realized “the world is undergoing profound changes unseen in a century.” It was more pronounced in 20

18. Some phenomena that people are familiar with are changing direction. The head winds globalization is facing is one example.

Implied meanings of certain words describing key concepts are going the opposite way. For exam

ple, public opinion in some countries is moving against globalization and globalism. Why does this happen?

In the UN General Assembly in September 2018, almost the whole world heard US President Donald Trump’s comp

laint on globalism, which was hard to imagine previously. Terms like “globalism,” “global governance”, which wer

e popular in Western politics, are not hot any more in their birthplace. Is this a time to abandon globalism?

It is expected that “globalization,” “globalism” and “global governance” will see a winter prior to their revival. Not lo

ng ago, World Bank President Jim Yong-kim abruptly resigned, three years before the end of his term. The reason w

as said to be Trump’s dislike for the World Bank and his belief that the international lender is

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Festival brings to fore importance of demographic data

Spring Festival, celebrating the start of the Chinese Lun

ar New Year, is unique beyond being the most important festival in the world’s most populous country.

Not only is it the longest holiday that most workers in China are entitled to, it also pr

oduces the largest annual human population movement in the world, th

anks to the age-old tradition of family reunions that are at the center of the occasion.

This year, the Year of the Pig, which is strongly believed to be associated with good fortune, has seen hundreds of millions

of workers based in cities and big towns returning to their smaller towns and villages of origin to reunite a

nd feast with their families-including their parents, and, for many, also their spouses and children. The official fo

recast is that this year, nearly 3 billion trips will be generated during the 40-day travel rush from Jan 21 to March 1.

While it might not be so obvious, this huge social phenomenon both shapes and is shaped by the sheer size and dis

tribution of China’s population linked to births, deaths and migration, and the way these three sets of vital events interact.

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Liu isn’t the only member of her family in Wuhan, either. Sh

Liu isn’t the only member of her family in Wuhan, either. She advised her younger sister to seek opportunities for

professional development in Wuhan, and her sister is now learning Chinese in the city.

The China-Europe freight trains, with a cross-border logistics network covering 76 cities in 34 Eurasian countries, have signific

antly boosted the connectivity of land transportation between China and Eurasian countries.

Besides products such as timber, automotive components, machinery, electro

nics, clothing, textiles and medical equipment, various new products from countries and regions involved in the Belt and

Road Initiative have been brought to China by the China-Europe freight trains, including soda water from Austria, beer an

d wine from Germany, edible oils from Russia and Kazakhstan, as well as juice and milk from Belarus.

At the same time, Chinese products including crayfish, mangoes, grapefruit, tangerines, seasonings, and tea are also delivered to many Eurasian countries.

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Jia Yueting’s friends circle hair claimed that FF91 mass

Following yesterday’s microblog announcement, on January 31, Jia Yueting updated his Wechat circle of friends

, saying: “FF 91, as the first achievement of FF innovation, is now only one foot away from mas

s production. It’s time to be ready for market and user testing.”

According to the link forwarded by Jia Yueting, FF w

as rated as the top 10 technology start-ups in California by the American media The Tech Tribune.

According to the Securities Times, FF insiders revealed that the company is current

ly carrying out equity financing and debt financing. In the aspect of equity financing, many investors have expressed their inte

ntion to invest in FF, and several investors have initiated due diligence investig

ations. In the aspect of debt financing, breakthroughs are expected in the near future.

Extended reading:

The FF91 is big but can be driven lightly through technological intelligence? What on earth is it like?

[Netease Intelligent News, Jan. 9] The annual CES International Consumer Electronics Exhibition opens

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Two Chinese skills interns in death The consulate said

The Beijing news dispatch (reporter Hong-chun wang Zhang Xiting interns matson Ao) on Janua

ry 29th, the Chinese consulate general in fukuoka, said in a news release, in January 2019, fukuoka, Japa

n county were staying there are two Chinese skills interns deaths, the consulate urged the police to speed up the i

nvestigation.On January 30, the consulate inquiry from the Beijing news reporter said, temporary not get cases pro

gress from the Japanese police, if there is any situation will be published on the website in time.

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Two Chinese skills interns to death in a month

According to Japan’s asahi shimbun reported on January 27, fukuoka, Japan co

unty police on January 26th found a Chinese skills interns don a (23) died of old ma

rket in a channel.According to the report, according to the police, a police officer on patrol when tang a body was found

floating in the water, was found dead for a period of time, no trauma.In the same channel, the police in January 1, find an

other Chinese skills interns xu (22) floating in the water.There was a mid-size motorcycle parked nearby, the bloo

d from the motorcycle extends to the river.Xu was later sent to a local hospital, after January 7 died of pneumon

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Taiwanese bikini female climbers have fallen and froze

According to a report by Hong Kong’s Dagong Documents Collection Media on Jan

uary 21, Wu Jiyun, a little-known bikini climber in Taiwan’s mo

untaineering industry, was recently killed in a cross-cutting failure to challenge Mabolas.

According to the article, Wu Jiyun recently attempted to challenge Taiwan’s famous “Mabolas Crosscut” alone, but fe

ll down unexpectedly. Nearly two days after Wu Jiyun was trapped, rescue workers from Taiwan arrived at the ac

cident site at 12:10 noon on the 21st, but found that Wu Jiyun had no signs of life. Taiwanese media reported that r

escuers found her body at Wu Jiyun’s last reward site, when she was clearly frozen and believed to have died.

Wu Jiyun, 36, entered the mountain from Xinyi Township, Nantou County, Taiwan on

November 11, and was scheduled to descend from Dalin Road on June 24. Unexpectedly, she crashed into a valley ne

ar Banju Mountain and asked for help from friends on September 19. The local fire brigade had applied for helicopter a

erial search and rescue, but was unable to enter the mountain due to bad weather. The search and rescue team th

en carried out a carpet search and touched Wu Jiyun at 12:10 noon on the 21st, but she had no obvious signs of life. At

present, search and rescue teams are studying ways to transport their remains down the hill.

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