The Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations, which will be he nth following the proposal of President Xi Jinping, demonstrates China’s deep thinking and responsibility for promoting the development of civilization in Asia and the world. The conferenc e will have great and far-reaching significance to the construction of a community of shared future for mankind. The history of humanity is one of the coexistence and joint development of multiple civilizations. In his article on excha nges among civilizations and mutual learning, published by the Qiushi journal on May 1, Xi wrote that “civil ization becomes colorful because of exchanges, and abundant because of mutualRead More →

Emirates Pavilion, hasn’t had time yet to visit the China Pavilion as he has been busy with his own pavilion. “We will have more time later to have a walk in the park, and the China Pavilion will be our first stop for sure,” he said. The International Pavilion, a venue for international horticultural exhibitions and competitions duri ng the expo, has a public space with an overhang made of 94 structures representing flowers and umbrellas. As the exhibition will also be held during the hottest days of the Beijing summer, these o verhead structures will help reduce muggy conditions for crowds waiting in lineRead More →

 multilateral trade agreements, saying that Chinese people value a promise as much as tons of gold. China pays close attention to building a law-based government, abolishing improper r ules, subsidies and activities that undermine fair competition and treating all enterprises equally, Xi said. The president highlighted building infrastructure of high quality, sustain ability, risk resilience, reasonable pricing, inclusiveness and accessibility under the Belt and Road Initiative. Infrastructure is a bottleneck in the development of many nations , Xi said, and building infrastructure can help countries give full play to their ad vantages in resources and better integrate into the global supply, industry and value chains.Read More →

 tool to search for and detect black holes of all sizes and wavelengths in the n ext two decades,” Wu Qingwen, a professor at the School of Physics of Huazhong Uni versity of Science and Technology in Wuhan, Hubei province, said on Thursday. On Wednesday, the Event Horizon Telescope, a global array of e ight ground-based radio telescopes, revealed the first-ever image of a black hole. Wu was one of the more than 200 astronomers worldwi de involved in the EHT collaboration, which captured the first vi sible representation of what are considered the most extreme objects in the universe. International collaboration is vital forRead More →

ber of Commerce, said that industrial and trade relations between the EU and China will i ncrease following the meeting, and that China has made great efforts to open its market to European companies. “China’s new Foreign Investment Law, which has just been (approved), will greatly reassure European investors of the com mitment of the Chinese government to further protect foreign investments in China,” he said. Wang Yiwei, a professor of international relations at Renmin University of China, said in an article published in the People’s Daily Overseas Edition on Wednesday that the Chinese and EU lead ers’ strategic communication on important issues will helpRead More →

US senators sharply questioned regulatory officials on Wedne sday about the Federal Aviation Administration’s reliance on Boeing Co’s engineers to cert ify the safety of the company’s new 737 Max 8 aircraft, which was involved in two fatal crashes in the past five months. A self-certification procedure called Organization Designation Authorization came under scr utiny at a hearing of the Senate Commerce Committee’s aviation subcommittee in Washington. Testifying wer e Daniel Elwell, acting FAA administrator; Robert Sumwalt, chairman of the National Transportation Saf ety Board; and Calvin Scovel III, Transportation Department inspector general. For decades, the FAA has delegated some authority for certifying new aircraftRead More →

tion with China on jointly building the Belt and Road, She said. Noting that the history of Italy-China exchanges for the past 50 years has been a history of dia logue and friendship, the speaker said the Italian Senate is willing to facilitate exchanges between the two cou ntries’ legislative institutions, and continue to make contributions to deepening Italy-China friendly cooperation. Xi arrived in Rome Thursday for a state visit to Italy, the first stop of his three-nation Europe tour, which will also take him to Monaco and France. hinese authorities have unveiled detailed measures to implement valu e-added tax reform, a key step toRead More →

  India’s richest man just helped his cash-strapped younger brother avoid months in prison by paying off debts worth tens of millions of dollars.   The gesture by Mukesh Ambani to bail out his brother, Anil, is the latest twist in a sibling saga that has gripped India’s t elecommunications industry. A price war started by Mukesh in 2016 nearly put Anil out of business a year later.   Last month, India’s top court ordered Anil Ambani and his company, Reliance Communications, to pay a 5.5 billion rupe es ($80 million) debt to Swedish mobile firm Ericsson (ERIC) by Wednesday or face three months in jail.   READ MORERead More →

  India’s second-richest man is giving billions to charity in what may be the country’s biggest single donation ever.   Azim Premji, the billionaire chairman of Wipro (WIT), is handing shares in the tech company worth nearly 530 billion rupees ($7.5 billion) to his philanthropic foundation.   The tech tycoon has now donated a total of $21 billion to the Azim Premji Foundat ion over several years, including 67% of Wipro’s shares, the foundation said in a statement.   Premji, 73, has a fortune of more than $18 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.   He was the first Indian to sign the Giving Pledge, a campaign started byRead More →

bamboo lamp by hand. He even learned how to sew and make curtains out of cloth. Fina lly, he painted the interior wall white and another cartoon character — Monkey D. Luffy from One Piece — outside. On March 10, the cement pipe room was done. The pipe is 2.6 meters in dia meter and has a living area of 5 square meters, enough to accommodate a couple and their child. The videos recording his progress have attracted lots of followers, and one clip even drew more than 10 million views. A num ber of netizens have given him a thumbs-up after watching his step-by-stepRead More →