4On January 6, a m爱上海女神会所icro-blog called “Declaration of Diplomats’Drop-outs for Future Generations” was widely disseminated. In the
attached video, Jiang Mou, a student who claimed to be Jinsong No. 4 Primary School declared that he had dropped
out of school because his father and grandparents did not have the duty to support him, and reported that his father and grandfather had
committed illegal acts. The reporter contacted the student’s father, Jiang Jingchun, who told the Beijing News that the suspension of the
child’s schooling was not his own cause. The micro-blog and video was a personal attack and had alerted the police.
Reporters noted that the video originated from Jiang’s mother’s micro-blog account “Dreamboat dreamboat”, which said the video was re
corded a year ago, and the children have been suspended from school for more than a year.
Jiang Mou appeared in the camera without coding or blurring. In the video, Jiang claimed to
be a student of Jinsong No. 4 Primary School in Chaoyang District, Beijing, and showemedical insurance ca
d, indicating that he was forced to drop out of school because of the divorce and custody disputes between his parents.
Jiang Mou mentioned in the video that he had dropped out of school because his father and grandparents did not have the duty to support and
abandoned many times. He also reported that his grandfather had violated the law. “Dreamboa
t dreamboat” also disclosed the names and ID cards of the children’s father and grandfather
To celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival, which falls on June 7, the fifth d
ay of the fifth lunar month on the traditional Chinese calendar, foreign students from the C
hinese Culture and Literature School at Nankai University learned to make zongzi, or pyramid-shaped glu
tinous rice dumplings wrapped in reed leaves, and weave five-color strings to appreciate Chinese culture on June 3.
Students learned about the festival and its origins, as well as dragon b
oat racing, hanging calamus and wormwood, and drinking realgar wine.
The school has more than 700 foreign students
from 60 countries and regions, and regularly organizes events, such as flying kites and making mooncakes, to c
elebrate traditional Chinese festivals, helping the students learn and experience traditional Chinese culture.
In a written instruction released on Friday, President Xi Jinping called on society to carry fo
rward the spirit and dedication of 95-year-old war hero Zhang Fuqing as China forges ahead in the new era.
Xi is also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission.
Zhang, a native of Shaanxi province, behaved courageously in the Liberation War i
n 1948, repeatedly achieving military glory. He retired from active service in 1955.
Over the following decades, he kept his battle achievements a secret, even from his children. His story
was made public at the end of last year, as information about veterans nationwide was being collected by the authorities.
Xi hailed Zhang’s deeds, saying the elderly hero hid them for more than 60 years and stayed true t
o his original aspirations. As a soldier, Zhang defended the country; as a civilian, he works for the people’s well-being, Xi said.
industries develop fast, and new sectors have been emerging, such as unmanned warehousing, facial recognition payments and new online-to-offline groceries.”
Meng also said that a new version of the nationally unified negative list for market access will be rolled out w
ithin the year. Illegal or implicit entry barriers and locally issued negative lists will be canceled, she said.
The Chinese authorities will also establish and refine mechanisms for adjusting the annually released
list when necessary, she said, adding that the list will better cope with the reforms to delegate power, streamline ad
ministration and optimize government services, and will better meet the needs of market entities for broader access.
Wang Yuanhong, deputy head of the Department of Economic Forecas
ting at the State Information Center, said the fast growth of high-tech industries and the
service sector reflects the ongoing upgrading of traditional industries and the optimization of C
countries should be mindful of these projects’ impact on the environment and inhabitants.
“It is encouraging that the government of China is taking proactive measures to ensure tha
t the development of the Belt and Road Initiative is risk-informed and sustainable,” she added.
“Disaster-proofing the world’s largest infrastructure initiative is a challenge, but achi
evable,” she said, adding that at the heart of this challenge lies great potential for innovation and creativity, suc
h as new disaster risk prediction and analysis, and disaster-resilient infrastructures.
Huang Runqiu, vice-minister of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment, said disas
ter 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 Plateau, the H
imalayas, eastern parts of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and South Asia, are facing serious
disaster threats due to tectonic movements, fragile ecosystems and extreme weather, he said.