Haase first became interested in Chinese medicine when he was in Canada. After graduating from high sc
hool, he entered the Oshio College of Acupuncture & Herbology in Victoria. Haase’s teacher then was from Hunan.
“His medical skills are brilliant, but he is modest too. This g
ave me a very good first impression of China and Chinese medicine,” Haase said.
“He taught us a lot of interesting things about Hunan, like the great herbalist doctor Zhang Zhongjing. He also told me tha
t if I want to really understand Chinese medicine, I must go to China where it originated, so I came to Hunan.”
In order to learn Chinese medical theory, Haase studies Chinese medicine
books, most of which are written in classical Chinese. Haase’s solution is to ask st
udents to translate the classical Chinese into modern Chinese and then translate them into English.
redeveloped from a local cement plant, a former symbol of its economic boo
m. And the locals are working together to turn the venue into a cultural landmark tha
t will eventually include a cinema, a creative writing residence and a cultural center named after Jia.
A special thesis oral defense was held for a seriously injured third-year graduate student at a hospital in Central China’s Henan province on Sunday.
The student, Cheng Yanfang, who was about to graduate this year from East China Univ
ersity of Political Science and Law, became a paraplegic after a car accident in April.
“Finishing her thesis, getting her master’s degree and becoming a teacher is my sister’s biggest dream,” Cheng Hao, Cheng Yanfang
‘s younger brother, told thepaper.cn. He said even though the accident left her with no feeling below he
r chest, she maintained her rehabilitation training and read papers in her spare time.
gious Luxun and Maodun literature prizes, including Ge Fei, A Lai and Su Tong, together
with a group of renowned Shanxi writers and poets gathered that week to discuss literary depictions of the countryside.
The village has a literary tradition which dates back to the mid-20th century, when a new Chin
ese modern literary genre shanyaodan, a nickname for a potato that’s popular in North China, emerged.
Authors who follow the shanyaodan school of writing such as Zhao Shuli, Ma Feng and Xi
Rong were all living in the Shanxi countryside, where their work centered around rural life there.
Many of Ma’s works in particular were written in Jiajiazhuang, where he witnessed the changes to the village broug
ht about by the agricultural cooperatives during the 1950s after moving to work in Fenyang.
30n Monday, the Chinese government warned students to be aware of po
ssible visa restrictions or even rejection if they want to study in the United States.
For a period of time, some Chinese who want to pursue their studies in the US have encounte
red visa problems, including a longer waiting time for visas to be issued, a shortened term of visa va
lidity and a rising rate of visa applications being rejected, according to the Ministry of Education.
Such problems are exerting negative influence on Chinese w
ho plan to study or are studying in the US, the ministry added.
The ministry suggested students and scholars be aware of the risk
, assess the risk and make preparations accordingly before deciding to study in the US.
l level. Because in that fashion, by building these relationsh
ips now, hopefully we get a more stable relationship nationally going forward
China’s National Supercomputing Center in the South China ci
ty of Shenzhen on Friday launched a testbed for artificial intelligence experiments.
The AI testbed, named Tai, provides the basic environment of AI chi
ps and systems for the research, development and application tests of AI inventions.
Tai is capable of dealing with large-scale and complex scenarios. Scientists have built
an EB-level intelligent data management and analysis system for high-energy physics, as well as si
mulation of AI scenarios in real business situations and an AI-powered weather forecast platform said Holden.
p,” Cyrus Habib, lieutenant governor of Washington, said in an interview with China Daily as he w
as attending the Fifth China-US Governors Forum in Lexington, Kentucky, last week.
China is the state of Washington’s top trading partner, with more than 20 percent of the s
tate’s exports going to China, and around 30 percent of its imports came from China in 2018, according to the US Census Bureau.
“It’s truly something that touches every part of our state,” said Habib. “And that went from the information comm
unication technology sector and manufacturing sector all the way to the agricultural industry and tourism.”
One of the most valuable companies in Washington, and the United States, Mic
rosoft, has a long and deep relationship with China that has led to both business be
eves the conviction of serving the country had taken root among children and would later blossom and bear fruit.
In a reply letter dated Friday to the school’s students, Xi expressed
his hope that the students could pass on the fine tradition of loving the motherland and lovi
ng Macao, and make contributions to Macao’s development and the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation when they grow up.
In a statement, Chief Executive of Macao Special Administrative Region Fernando Chui Sai-on said that the letter has demo
nstrated Xi and the central government’s care and expectations for Macao’s students and youngsters.
China has a large youth population, with more than 248 million aged 15 or below on the Chinese mainland alone.
Despite a busy schedule, Xi still tries to find time to interact with children.
port Hainan in developing the whole island into a pilot free trade zone, the 12th and the largest in the
country, to gradually explore and steadily promote the establishment of a free trade port with Chinese characteristics.
The Haikou Jiangdong New District covers 298 square kilometers o
n the east coast of Haikou, and will have two parts: a 106-sq-km ecological region boasting a key n
ational wetland natural reserve, and a 192-sq-km area that will serve both industrial and urban purposes.
The provincial government said Haikou should pay great attenti
on to ensure that environmental quality is advanced in an all-round way while developing the new ben
chmark area. This will integrate such new features as headquarters economy, commercial and financial business, inter
national consumption, cultural exchanges, and scientific and technological innovation.
The Beijing municipal government plans to invest at least 30 billion yuan by 2022 to build 5G networks, according to a 5G devel
opment plan released in January. In Beijing’s road map for 5G development from 2019 to 2022, the municipal gov
ernment has set a goal to develop its 5G-related industry to realize an income of 200 billion yuan by 2022.
The city said it hopes that by 2022, Beijing-based scientific research
units and enterprises can be a key contributor to global 5G technical standards, acc
ounting for more than 5 percent of all primary and essential international 5G patents.
Huang Jianjun, vice-president of China Jianyin Investment Ltd, said 5G technologies have been deeply integrated with
artificial intelligence, big data, the internet of things and other emerging technologies, ushering in a new era of in
ternet of everything and deep interaction between humans and machines.
ssible national security concerns. Fair engagement across technologies is a better way to secure national security than delinking.