from Shanghai to Henan on Saturday, and there were also a numb er of doctors and nurses waiting to prepare for unexpected situations. At 9 am on Sunday, Cheng’s graduation oral defense began on ti me in the meeting room of Henan Provincial People’s Hospital. Lying on a hospital bed, Cheng presented her thesis with a loudspeake r clipped to her collar. Although her voice was weak, h er thoughts were clear. She made excellent replies to the questions raised by the professors. “Cheng was well-prepared for her thesis and defe0l that sh e put a lot of effort in her academic research,” Lin Ling,Read More →

anization sued to block the subpoena issued in April to Mazars USA, an accountant for the president and Trump Orga nization. Trump’s lawyers accused Democrats of harassing Trump and said the subpoena “has no legitimate legislative purpose.” Trump’s lawyers, in suing in both Washington and New York in attempt to beat back congressiona l subpoenas, said congressional investigations are legitimate only if there is legislation that might result from them. In the New York case, Trump, his business and family have sued Deutsche Bank and Capital One to prevent the fi nancial companies from complying with subpoenas from the House Financial Services Committee and theRead More →

 company from doing business in the US will not make the US more secure or stronger. “Instead, this will only serve to limit the US to inferior, yet more expensive alternatives, leav ing it lagging behind in 5G deployment and eventually harming the interests of US companies and consumers.” The company said it is ready and willing to engage with the US government to come up with effective measures to ensure product security. In response to the ban on Huawei buying parts from US companies, the company said such a deci sion will “do significant economic harm to the US companies with which Huawei doesRead More →

ss by testifying in April that he did not know whether Mueller agreed with his initial characterization of the report – failing t o mention a March 27 letter from the special counsel complaining that Barr’s initial public summary did not “ful ly capture the context, nature and substance of this Office’s work.” Several Democrats have called on him to resign. Nadler had set a Wednesday deadline for Barr to hand over the unred acted report and its underlying evidence. Barr canceled his testimony after clashing wit h Nadler over the hearing’s format. Nadler said he will move forward with a contempt citation as soonRead More →

est time. I got to know the Chinese community and got to appreciate its loyalty to Australia an d its democracy and cannot imagine Australia without them. They are not pushing a communist par ty agenda. Now they feel uncomfortable with headlines that associate them with disloyalty. Chinese-Australians need to set up an organization And I will offer my advice and support when they are ready to set up an organization to defend this proposition. It should be an organization without any links to Beijing or any obl igation to defend China’s system of government, an organization that will assert that mig rants from ChinaRead More →

Chinese romance which opened across the country on April 19, has some scenes shot in Paris, including the Notre Dame Cathedral. The film, directed by Huo Jianqi, a renowned figure among China’s “Fifth Gene ration” directors, features supermodel-turned actress Du Juan and actor Chen Xiao. During a recently promotional screening, director Huo says the film examines the meaning of love and marriage. In the movie, there are several scenes featuring the lovebirds shown against the backg round of the Notre Dame Cathedral, which was damaged in a fire on April 15. The film, based on a short story penned by journalist An Dun, the featuresRead More →

ogy giant Tencent to court and asked for 180,000 yuan in compensation after Tencent us ed nine Visual China Group images without permission, Beijing Youth Daily reported. Tencent said the images involved could also be found on other webs ites, or the company could not prove it had authorization for the photos. The court fina lly ordered Tencent to pay 40,000 yuan to Visual China, the report added. Wang Weiwei, a lawyer from the Beijing Zhongwen Law Firm, sai d, “Mushrooming copyright-related disputes can be acceptable if a stock-ima ge agency, such as Visual China Group, gets authorization for images from copyright owners. “Any litigationRead More →

Increasing number of countries going digital when reviewing documents An increasing number of countries have tapped into the convenience of e-visas to at tract more tourists from China, the world’s largest source of outbound tourists. According to tourism insiders, the Japanese embassy in Beijing sa id on Thursday during a meeting with local travel agencies that it will launch e-visa serv ices on May 1, allowing applicants to submit their materials online instead of sending paper documents. “The embassy said that e-visa services may be available in consulates in other Chinese cities next year,” said H an Zhisu, co-founder and CEO of 666visa.cn, a domeRead More →

 followed by Baidu and ByteDance, according to the employment-oriented social networking platform LinkedIn. The ranking list is based on feedback from LinkedIn’s more than 40 million users in China, taking fo ur aspects into consideration — interest in the company, engagement with employees, job demands and employee retention. Qualified companies must have had at least 500 employees as of Feb 1, 2018, and demonst rate flat or positive employee growth over the following 12 months, based on LinkedIn’s data. Among the top 25 companies to work for in 2019, 15 of them are technology companies, as the results showed. Here is the top 10 listRead More →

rket. Last year, it acquired Fishtrip, a Taiwan province-based bed-and-breakfast b ooking platform. The move added about 300,000 quality overseas properties to its listings. The company set up a small team in Japan in 2016. It also teamed u p with Rakuten Lifull Stay, an e-commerce company in Japan in 2017, with an aim to boo st its presence in Japan to take advantage of the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics. According to a report by the State Information Center, the market for home-sharing services is expanding rapi dly in China, with the sector’s revenue expected to reach 50 billion yuan ($7.4 billion) by 2020. “TheRead More →