major platforms for them to learn about the outside world. They also l
ike to use social networking platforms such as Pinduoduo and WeChat, on which they can bu
y products, socialize with friends, learn about the latest fashion trends and make purchases, Yu said.
“For example, Pinduoduo asks consumers to invite friends to join the platform, to help r
educe prices, which can be a good way of obtaining new customers and retaining them,” he said. “C
onsumers also like purchasing activities that can strengthen connections with friends.”
Sun said that because they face less work pressure and shorter commuting time, small-town youths have more free time com
pared with their peers in big cities. They mainly spend this time online or getting together with friends.
Some 88.7 percent of small-town youths surf the internet, 80.6 percen
t hang out with friends, and 60 percent watch movies, according to Sun’s report.
which means the project will provide a large number of jobs to lo
cal communities,” he said. “It is expected that up to 100,000 to 200,000 locals will be d
rawn to the new economic zone after its completion. They will rise out of poverty by working in this zone.”
The project will be beneficial to both China and Cambodia, Qian said.
“Many Chinese companies go overseas to expand their businesses. However, because of a la
ck of experience and related knowledge, most of them face huge obstacles abroad,” he said. “Our company has done overseas business for mo
re than 40 years and will provide a familiar business environment for other Chinese companies in the new economic zone.”
Some Chinese companies have decided to join the investment in the ne
w Cambodia project, Qian said, adding that in his opinion, a company should follow the nati
onal policy and direction such as Belt and Road Initiative while being profitable at the same time.
g it causes collateral damage in the area around the tumor. A “satellite map” is needed for a precision strike, he said.
Ma and his team put forward an individualized irradiation range and dose standard for radi
otherapy. The result is a clear picture showing high – and low-risk areas, which then allows dose stratification.
In 2014, an atlas of organs at risk in nasopharyngeal cancer patients was published in
Radiotherapy and Oncology. It suggested tailoring both radiation doses and targets, and setting a reco
mmended safety dose for protecting 33 normal organs around the nasopharynx.
Today, the five-year overall survival rate for patients exceeds 80 percent at Sun Yat-sen Uni
versity Cancer Center, while the rate of severe side effects from radiotherapy has dropped by 24 percent.
Ma, who has won China’s National Science and Technology Award twice with his team, is grateful to more than 10,000
patients who have participated in his research, saying their courage is behind the progress in the treatment.
Photos have been released of China’s first domestically manufactured aircraft carrier on its recent fifth sea trial.
The trial tested the carrier’s command and control system and battle performa
nce, with the vessel completing tests of its mooring, power, battle and security system.
Unmanned convenience stores, vending machines, mobile payment…thanks to the latest technology, shopping has become even more effortless.
But shopping experience will go further than that: an eye-catching robot in Xi’an, Northwest China’s Shaanxi province, has hit the streets selling drinks and ice creams.
Powered by 4G networking and artificial intelligence, the human-shaped robot, Mr Doer, offe
rs ice creams and drinks on its own. The robot can also recite adapted poems or even dance to attract customers.
The China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda in Wolong National Nature Res
erve in Sichuan province said on Wednesday it had started rebuilding a fence where a visitor had touched a panda cub.
It was making the fence higher so that visitors cannot reach the pandas
and it asked visitors to keep away from the animals. It asked them to refrain from climb
ing over the fence and from feeding or touching the pandas, said Wang Jisi, an information officer at the center.
On April 7, a woman surnamed Han said in social media that she and som
ebody else had managed to touch a panda cub without the consent of the center.
and media need to focus on long term development of Chinese soccer instead of what happens at the tournament.
Cannavaro said he sought out the opinion of Lippi, who now serves as an adviser, including player selection.
“The China Cup players are all those who had good performances in the previous rounds of the CSL, along with young players,” said Cannavaro.
“What we need is a sustainable system that will allow the best
coaches all around the world to work here in the future. It’s not a short-term play. It will take time.”
“It’s like building a house－the first job is to build a solid foundation,” he said
“Based on that, we can have success. Compared to Japan and South Korea, their plans started decades ago.
“They are 20 to 25 years ahead of China in terms of their soccer development.”
Another factor was that Cannavaro did not recall China’s best striker, Wu Lei, who is now playing for Espanyol in La Liga.
Other experienced veterans, such as captain Zheng Zhi, were passed over in order to make way for younger players.