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ڴֽиоȻݿϵĶԼ¼ϵãShandongpromotesculturalandtourismproductsinJapan(chinadaily.com.cn)Updated:2017-03-17The2017ShandongProvinceCulturalandTourismProductsExposition,jointlyhostedbytheShandongProvincialDepartmentofCommerceandShandongTourismDevelopmentCommittee,openedonMarch7inTokyo,Japan.Displayingtheprovince"sprofoundculturaldepositsandabundanttourismresources,thetwo-dayexpowasheldtopromotecommunicationandcooperationbetweenShandongandJapaninthefieldsoftourismandculture.Some100enterprisesandrelateddepartmentstookpartintheExpo,showcasingproductswithdistinctiveShandongfeaturessuchastraditionalhandicrafts,paintings,calligraphy,books,kites,paper-cuts,claysculpturesandwoodcarvings.AdocumentaryphotographyexhibitionontherepresentativetouristdestinationsofShandongalsotookplaceduringtheexpo.Shandonghasdeveloped10touristdestinationbrandsattractingpeopleacrosstheglobe--OrientalHolyLand,FairylandCoast,MountTaiinPeace,CapitalofAncientQiState,CityofSpringsundertheHeaven,TheGrandCanalBathedinConfucianism,HometownofWaterMargin,YellowRiverEstuary,AffectionateYimengandChinaDinosaurCity.Over200distinguishedguestsfromChinaandJapanattendedtheopeningceremony,duringwhichtheShandong-JapanEconomicandCulturalOrganizationUnionwasofficiallyestablished.AccordingtotheShandongProvincialDepartmentofCommerce,ShandongprovinceandJapanenjoyalonghistoryandgeographicaladvantagesincommercialandculturalcommunications.TheexpohelpedtopromoteShandongcultureandtourismaswellbetterbilateralunderstanding.TheculturalproductsshowcasedattheExpo,includingremarkablytruetolifetraditionalhandicraftsfromWeihai,QufuandJiaodongPeninsula,drewlargenumbersofJapanese.Theexpoalsofeaturedon-the-spotperformancesbyfolkartists.ǻҼĸѶȲСܿҪҡǻҼĸ̥ʽѶȴɱ

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RidersscanofobikesinXi"an,Shaanxiprovince.Thebike-hirestartupisexperimentingwithadepositwaiversystemforusersinShanghaiandmayextendtheservicetoothercitiesinthecountry.[Photo/ChinaDaily]INWHATISBELIEVEDTOBEthecountry"sfirstcourtcaseagainstacompanyofferingashared-bicycleservice,a31-year-oldBeijingcitizenissuingOfo,oneofthecountry"sleadingbike-sharingcompanies,asheclaimsthathewasinjuredduetoafaultybikeherentedtwomonthsago,GuangzhouDailycommentedonTuesday:TheplaintiffclaimsthatOfoisresponsibleforinsufficientmaintenance,asheallegesthebrakesonthebikehehiredwerefaulty.Heisclaiming20,000yuan($2,900)ascompensationtocoverhismedicaltreatment,mentaldistressandtransportationcosts.Heisnotthefirstridertosolicitcompensationfrombike-sharingoperatorsinthecountryonthegroundsthatthebikestheyusedwerenotwellmaintained.Albeitmostclaimants"requestswereansweredandproperlydealtwithbythecompaniesconcerned,aroutineapproachtosituationslikethisisstillmissing.Accidentsinvolvingsharingbikes,whichhavebecomeverypopularinlessthanayear,willinevitablyincreaseasmorepeopleusethem.Thatwarrantsatailoredaccountabilitymechanismwhenitcomestotherespectiveresponsibilitiesofbothusersandthebike-sharingserviceproviders.Thebusinessmodelofstation-lessbikesisdesignedtohelpurbancommuterstravelthe"lastmile"moreefficiently.Toprotectusers"legalinterests,ensuringtheirbikesareinsatisfactoryconditionistheleastthebikeproviderscando.Admittedly,bigplayerssuchasMobikeandOfoarecoveredbyinsuranceandtheypledgetocompensateridersforanyinjuriesincurredwhileusingthebikes.Compensationisalsoavailableforpeopleinjuredbythoseusingthebikes.Sucheffortsarepraiseworthy,butnotenough.Theyshouldbeinstitutionalizedandstreamlinedinthewayinsuranceiscompulsoryforallvehicles.Bike-sharingserviceproviders,too,needlegalprotectionbecausetheyareatriskofbeingblackmailedbyunscrupuloususerswillingtogotogreatlengthstobecompensated.ûȥձҲû˵ǸڽһǿձʳƷũƷ߼ܵĹ桷ձƷѡȫǡ˿ҪɶرԭͨԾ˶ķоԱóһԼ򵥵ѧʽľ

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Thehold-your-breathsportofunderwaterhockeyhasgainedaworldwidefollowingandnowaHongKongteamisdivinginasthegametakesoffinAsia.InventedbyBritishnavydiversinthe1950s,theacrobaticsix-a-sidesportrequiresparticipantstochaseaheavyplasticpuckandhititintotheiropponents"netwithashortcurvedstick.Competitorswearsnorkels,fins,earprotectorsandgloves,resemblingaschooloffishastheyswarmaroundthepuck,divingandsomersaultingtogainpossession.ThesporthasbuiltupaloyalfanbaseinCanada,AustraliaandSouthAfricaandhasspreadtoAsiancountriesinrecentyears,includingChinaandMalaysia.HongKong"samateurteamhasaround25activeplayersfromallwalksoflife,includingteachers,anartist,apilotandgeologistHenryChan,whofoundedtheclubwiththemoniker"HKTyphoon".ÿµһܵһ,е׶԰ӭȫ԰ʢᡪ2015cvc20ĸͷԱDZ˾ɳм¼ֱԴˮǧٶֱʼҶѵϥǽ̸еҪҪó֤ҷַʮܸչͳҵĹ˾ʧнԴԺܵ͵ļ۸ע𱰱ɿװǵо

YetonSunday,somevisitorstotheparkphotographedmembersofafamilygettingofftheircar,notoncebuttwiceinsidethepark.Witnessessaythefamilyincludedatleastonecouple,aseniorcitizenandtwochildren.Attheinterventionoftheguards,theygotbackintothecarbutonlytogetoffagainandbeingforcedtogetintotheircarasecondtime.AlthoughtheparkannouncedonMondaythatitcanprotectvisitorsfromanyattackbecausetheanimalsaresegregated,thefamily"smovewasstilldangerousasthesecuritysystemisnot100percentfoolproof.What"sworse,theyinviteddangersasvisitorswerebannedfromgettingoffcarsonroadsforfearoftrafficaccidents.Theincidentsparkedfiercediscussionsonline,andmanynetizenscomparedittotwopreviousincidents.OnJuly23lastyear,awomansurnamedZhaowhogotoffhercarintheBadalingWildlifeParkwasdraggedawaybyatiger.Shewasmauledandseriouslyinjuredbythetiger,andhermotherdiedtryingtosaveher.OnJan19thisyear,amanclimbedoverawalltoenterthetigers"enclaveinYoungorZooinNingbo,EastChina"sZhejiangprovince.Themanwaskilledbythetigers,andoneofthetigerswasshotdeadduringtheoperationtorescuehim.Intheprevioustwotragedies,manypeoplesurprisinglydidn"tshowsympathyfortherule-breakers.Andthosenetizensthatcriticizedtherule-breakerssayingtherule-breakersdeservetobepunishedsparkedheateddebates.It"stime,however,thatChinesepeoplekeptinmindtheimportanceofobeyingrules.Whatmanypeopleforgetisthefactthatrule-breakersareanunnecessaryburdenonsociety.Topreventpeoplefromrepeatingthefatalmistakesofthevisitorsofsomevisitors,thewildlifeparkhastopostinnumerableguardsalongtheroads,whichinturnincreasesthepriceoftickets.Inotherwords,ordinaryvisitorshavetopayforthewrongdoingsofafewrule-breakers.Infact,manyadministrativemovesarenecessitatedtopreventafewfrombreakingrules.Mostpeoplepayforthemetroridestheytake.Still,everyonehastogothroughticket-checkingmachinesbecauseafewdonotpaythefare.Thismeansallpassengershavetopayfortheticket-checkingmachinesjustbecausesomecommutersbreaktherules.AftertheTempleofHeavenParkinBeijingstartedprovidingfreetissuepapersinitspublictoiletsaweekago,somemediareportssaidsomevisitorswereseentakinglargenumbersoftissuepapers.Todealwiththeproblem,theparkinstalledamachineinallthetoiletsinsidetheparkovertheweekend,andeveryonehastopassavideotesttogetacertainnumberoftissuepapers.Eveninthiscase,rule-breakers,whoarefewinnumber,haveincreasedthefinancialandsocialcostforall.Onlywhentherelatedauthoritiesdeviseamechanismtocompeltherule-breakerstopayfortheincreaseinmaintenanceandsecuritycostscantheyhelppeoplebetterunderstandtheimportanceofobeyingrules.TheauthorisawriterwithChinaDaily.zhangzhouxiang@chinadaily.com.cnڽа˫Ľ˲ŵĻĹͨʹаͺӽ317μӵϺ̽й80ڡġӰң׳Ŵ÷Ž

TheInternationalTelecommunicationUnionhasadoptedChina"snationalstandardformobiledevices"animationasaninternationalcriterion.It"sChina"sfirsttechnologicalstandardinaculturalfieldtobeadoptedinternationally,theMinistryofCulturesaidatanewsconferenceonMonday.ThestandardnumberT.621hasbeenusedbyover1,000mobile-deviceanimationoperatorsinChina.Thiscreatesuniformedformatsandtechnicalmethodsforrunningcontentnationwide.BeijingUniversityofPostsandTelecommunicationsprofessorChenHongsaysthestandardsavescontentoperatorsenergyintermsoftransformationamongdifferentformats.Itgivesthemmoretimetocreatenewcontentandfacilitatesthecirculationofnewproduction.HeaddsthattheinternationalizationofChina"snationalstandardwillhelpChinesehardwaremanufacturersgooverseas.YuQun,anassistanttotheMinisterofCulture,saysthestandard"spromotionwillfirstfocusonBeltandRoadInitiativecountries.It"llgraduallyspreadtotheAmericasandEurope.HealsosaysChinawilldevelopmoreinternationaltechnologicalstandardsrelatedtotheculturalsphere.Related:켯ŹصϢν,ָľǻ߱еĹ,ںܶಡķ

YetonSunday,somevisitorstotheparkphotographedmembersofafamilygettingofftheircar,notoncebuttwiceinsidethepark.Witnessessaythefamilyincludedatleastonecouple,aseniorcitizenandtwochildren.Attheinterventionoftheguards,theygotbackintothecarbutonlytogetoffagainandbeingforcedtogetintotheircarasecondtime.AlthoughtheparkannouncedonMondaythatitcanprotectvisitorsfromanyattackbecausetheanimalsaresegregated,thefamily"smovewasstilldangerousasthesecuritysystemisnot100percentfoolproof.What"sworse,theyinviteddangersasvisitorswerebannedfromgettingoffcarsonroadsforfearoftrafficaccidents.Theincidentsparkedfiercediscussionsonline,andmanynetizenscomparedittotwopreviousincidents.OnJuly23lastyear,awomansurnamedZhaowhogotoffhercarintheBadalingWildlifeParkwasdraggedawaybyatiger.Shewasmauledandseriouslyinjuredbythetiger,andhermotherdiedtryingtosaveher.OnJan19thisyear,amanclimbedoverawalltoenterthetigers"enclaveinYoungorZooinNingbo,EastChina"sZhejiangprovince.Themanwaskilledbythetigers,andoneofthetigerswasshotdeadduringtheoperationtorescuehim.Intheprevioustwotragedies,manypeoplesurprisinglydidn"tshowsympathyfortherule-breakers.Andthosenetizensthatcriticizedtherule-breakerssayingtherule-breakersdeservetobepunishedsparkedheateddebates.It"stime,however,thatChinesepeoplekeptinmindtheimportanceofobeyingrules.Whatmanypeopleforgetisthefactthatrule-breakersareanunnecessaryburdenonsociety.Topreventpeoplefromrepeatingthefatalmistakesofthevisitorsofsomevisitors,thewildlifeparkhastopostinnumerableguardsalongtheroads,whichinturnincreasesthepriceoftickets.Inotherwords,ordinaryvisitorshavetopayforthewrongdoingsofafewrule-breakers.Infact,manyadministrativemovesarenecessitatedtopreventafewfrombreakingrules.Mostpeoplepayforthemetroridestheytake.Still,everyonehastogothroughticket-checkingmachinesbecauseafewdonotpaythefare.Thismeansallpassengershavetopayfortheticket-checkingmachinesjustbecausesomecommutersbreaktherules.AftertheTempleofHeavenParkinBeijingstartedprovidingfreetissuepapersinitspublictoiletsaweekago,somemediareportssaidsomevisitorswereseentakinglargenumbersoftissuepapers.Todealwiththeproblem,theparkinstalledamachineinallthetoiletsinsidetheparkovertheweekend,andeveryonehastopassavideotesttogetacertainnumberoftissuepapers.Eveninthiscase,rule-breakers,whoarefewinnumber,haveincreasedthefinancialandsocialcostforall.Onlywhentherelatedauthoritiesdeviseamechanismtocompeltherule-breakerstopayfortheincreaseinmaintenanceandsecuritycostscantheyhelppeoplebetterunderstandtheimportanceofobeyingrules.TheauthorisawriterwithChinaDaily.zhangzhouxiang@chinadaily.com.cnָಹܴӰӰĿʵʩԼ22ԡʱ˵ЯʼDZȵ豸ǻҪĿ˻ÿֲ޷õ豸Ϯ

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AnexpertexaminesthedeadwhaleataportinShanghaionMarch21,2017.[Photo/forChinaDaily]AwhalethatwasspottednearShanghaihadbeendeadformorethan10days,anditsleftpectoralfinwaspossiblycutbypeople,saidanexpertafterexaminingit.Thedeadanimalwasafinwhale,asecond-classnational-levelprotectedanimal,saidTangWenqiao,aprofessorfromShanghaiOceanUniversity,whocheckedthewhaleon-siteonTuesdaymorning.Thewhalemeasuredabout22metersandweighedabout20tons.Itsbodywaswellpreserved,exceptforitsmissingleftpectoralfin,andsomepartshadalreadydecayed.Tangsaidthatjudgingfromthewhale"swound,thefinwaspossiblycutbypeople,andthewhalediedmorethan10days.LuHaibing,ownerofafishingboat,saidhefirstsawthewhaleonMarch19,andtheleftfinwasalreadymissing.Fishermenreportedthesightingofthewhaletopoliceataround1:00pmonMarch20,andwereaskedtobringthewhalebacktoport.Policesaidtheauthoritieshaveaskedmarinebiologyexpertstoexaminethecauseofthedeath.Althoughthiswasthelargestwhale,thiswasnotthefirstsightingofawhalenearShanghai.In2002,asmallwhalewasfoundstrandedatDishuiLakearea.Butrescuersmanagedtohelpitreturntosea.In1970,awhalewasfounddeadnearLuchaoPort.Lastweek,aspermwhalebecamestrandedandlaterdiedinDayaBay,Guangdongprovince.Anautopsyshowedthatitwaspregnant,anda110-kilogrammalefetuswasfounddead."Itisthefirsttimeintheworldthatanunbornbabyhasbeenfoundinsideastrandedspermwhale,"saidTongShenhan,headoftheLandandMarineLifeResearchInstituteinXiamen,Fujianprovince,whoparticipatedintheautopsy.Ϣ֪˱Ʊƽ̨ѲƱСϻһЩĵһʾ˾װ⼸ҲһֱڵֱӪʽĻյն˵ļʱƷͬʱѺõĶϲȥõļʱ¼Ĵ

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ĩڲɷ˽⵽෴Ŀǰڲٵط˼ۻڼӼᳵ30ýԱ̳ȫ̱100վ̳70ý̳רվGuangzhouhas107secondaryvocationalschools,morethan10collegesforadultsandover60universities,includingSunYat-SenUniversity,JinanUniversity,SouthChinaAgriculturalUniversity,theGuangdongUniversityofTechnology,GuangzhouUniversityandtheGuangdongUniversityofForeignStudies.Thecityhascooperatedwithmorethan200researchinstitutesfromabout20countriesandregions.Itishometotwothirdsofhighereducationalinstitutions,97percentofthelaboratoriesforstatekeydisciplinesandallthestatekeylaboratoriesinGuangdongprovince.About2.88millionpeoplehaveaneducationalbackgroundabovecollegelevel.Thereare1.409millionprofessionalandtechnicalpersonneland2.122millionskilledpeople.SixNoblePrizewinners,77academiciansoftheChineseAcademyofSciencesandtheChineseAcademyofEngineering,129entriesofthe"1000TalentPlan"(aChinesegovernment-initiatedglobaltalentprogram),139,500peoplewithseniorprofessionalandtechnicalqualificationsand642,000highlyskilledtalentsworkedinGuangzhouin2015.

ͬʱҲʾ˹ⷽŬرֻҪ˹˼ڶ°桶ƽսԼӲʱ̫µVRݳΪҹעصӰҪһ֮һSouthKorea"soustedleaderParkGeun-hyeleavesaprosecutor"sofficeinSeoul,SouthKorea,March22,2017.[Photo/Agencies]SEOUL-SouthKoreanprosecutorsendedamarathoninterrogationofoustedPresidentParkGeun-hyelateonTuesdaynightoveracorruptionscandalthatledtoherimpeachment.The14-hour-longquestioningcametoanendatabout11:40pmlocaltime(1440GMT)asParkappearedintheSeoulCentralDistrictProsecutors"Officetobequestionedovertheinfluence-peddlingscandal.SohnBum-kyu,oneofPark"slegalteam,saidviatextmessagethatitwouldtakeabouttwohourstoconfirmthetestimonyParkhadgiventotheprosecutors.ParkisexpectedtoreturnaftermidnighttoherprivatehomeinasoutherndistrictofSeoul,whereshehasstayedsincesheleftthepresidentialBlueHouseonMarch12.Atpresent,theprosecutorsarereportedlyrulingoutapossibilitytoseektoarrestPark.OnMarch10,theconstitutionalcourtpermanentlyremovedParkfromofficebyunanimouslyupholdingthebilltoimpeachParkthatwaspassedintheparliamentonDec9.Sincethepassageoftheimpeachment,Parkhadvowedtobeinterrogatedbybothstateandspecialprosecutors,butsheeventuallydismissedtherequestsforquestioningbybothofthem,citingvariousreasons.Parkhadimmunityfromcriminalindictmentwhileinoffice,butshehaslostitassheisnowaprivatecivilian.ParkbecamethefourthSouthKoreanformerpresidenttobequestionedbyprosecutors.

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йҵԹ񾭼ۺϹ״11%ҵۺϹ׳10.26%ڶҹĸҪõŵôζҺĸҪͷʼԱѪȫƷͬʱҲζйǰԵڶҺĸͶĿʽȫȻDzʵChina"saidtotheeducationsectorinAfricaishelpingboostteachertraining,akeycomponentinskillingthepopulationtofasttrackdevelopment,aUNofficialhassaid.AnnThereseNdong-Jatta,directorofUnitedNationsEducational,ScientificandCulturalOrganizationRegionalOfficeforEasternAfrica,inarecentinterviewrecognizedChina"scontributiontoAfrica"seducationsectorovertheyears."WevaluetheinitiativeinteachertraininginUgandaandothercountriesinAfrica.Thiswillrevitalizetheteachingprofession,"shesays.ChinathroughUNESCOdonatedequipmenttothreeteacher-traininginstitutionsinUgandaonMarch3.FiguresfromtheChineseembassyhereshowthat137tutorsweretrainedand272piecesofinformationcommunicationandtechnologyandstudioequipmentweredonated.Ndong-Jattasaystutorswereskilledonhowtointegratetechnologywithtraditionalmethodsoftraining.ChinathroughUNESCOisfundingan$8millionprojectaimedatnarrowingtheeducationalqualitygaponthecontinent.Theproject,EnhancingTeacherEducationforBridgingtheEducationQualityGapinAfrica,aimstoaccelerateprogresstowardtheachievementofEducationforAllandtheSustainableDevelopmentGoal4,whichisqualityeducation.Thefour-yearprojectthatstartedin2012focusedonprovidingasufficientnumberofqualifiedteachersinAfricathroughtrainingprograms.EightAfricancountriesCoted"Ivoire,Ethiopia,Namibia,DemocraticRepublicoftheCongo,Congo,Liberia,Tanzania,andUgandaarebenefitingfromtheprogram.Ndong-Jattasaysbesidescooperationinprimaryeducation,ChinahasbeencooperatingwithAfricatoboosthighereducation.ChinahelpedsetuptheCapacityBuildingInstituteofTeacherEducationinEthiopia,andtheregionaldirectorsayssomeAfricancountriesalsohadstudentandteacherexchangeprogramswithChina.ShesaysaconferencehasbeenscheduledinDjiboutitodiscusshowtoboostfurthercooperationwithChinaintheareaofhighereducation.