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(Photo provided by China National Space Administration)20 kilograms allocated for scientific gear from domestic or foreign entitiesChina extended an invitation to the international space community on Thursday to join the country's efforts to explore the moon.It will provide 20 kilograms of carrying capacity aboard its Chang'e 6 robotic lunar probe for scientific equipment from domestic and foreign institutes or private Chinese enterprises, Liu Jizhong, head of the China National Space Administration's lunar program, said at a meeting in Beijing.He said the Chang'e 6 orbiter will be able to carry 10 kg of such devices, with another 10 kg to be mounted on the probe's lander.Chang'e 6 is to follow the Chang'e 5, which is scheduled to be launched around the end of this year in the country's first attempt to bring lunar samples back to Earth.The launch date and landing site of Chang'e 6 will be determined by the results of the Chang'e 5 mission, Liu said.Like the Chang'e 5, Chang'e 6 will consist of four components-an orbiter, lander, ascender and re-entry module.Its operational procedure will also be similar to that of the Chang'e 5. After the probe reaches lunar orbit, the components will separate into two parts, with the orbiter and re-entry module remaining in orbit while the lander and ascender go down to the moon's surface.The lander and ascender will make a soft landing and then get to work on various tasks-for example, using a drill and mechanical arm to collect rocks and soil.When surface operations are complete, the ascender's rocket will elevate it to lunar orbit for docking with the re-entry module. It will transfer its samples to the module, which will carry them back to Earth.Wu Yanhua, deputy head of the space administration, said in January that the Chang'e 6 mission is intended to land near the moon's southern pole and return with samples.China launched its lunar exploration program in 2004, naming it Chang'e, after the legendry Chinese moon goddess.The country has conducted four lunar missions since 2007, when the first Chang'e probe was lifted to orbit the moon. The current mission, Chang'e 4, was launched in December and landed on the far side of the moon in early January-a first in mankind's lunar exploration history.Scientific instruments on Chang'e 4's lander and rover have been working well and sending back data.Data gathered by equipment from Sweden, Germany and Holland carried by the probe were delivered at Thursday's meeting to representatives of those countries.Yutu 2. (Photo provided by China National Space Administration)20 kilograms allocated for scientific gear from domestic or foreign entitiesChina extended an invitation to the international space community on Thursday to join the country's efforts to explore the moon.It will provide 20 kilograms of carrying capacity aboard its Chang'e 6 robotic lunar probe for scientific equipment from domestic and 中原国际娱乐城on a disused viaduct section of the New York Central Railroad line in Manhattan. It has been a model of urban design and become a famous tourist attraction in New York City.According to the city planning department, the new linear park, running through Haidian District, will be redeveloped with more green areas and paths for people to walk or run on. It will also preserve important historical sit A giant panda eats bamboos at Shenshuping protection base in Wolong National Nature Reserve, Southwest China's Sichuan province, Oct 20, 2017. (Photo/Xinhua)The China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda in Wolong National Nature Reserve 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 climbing 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 somebody else had managed to touch a panda cub without the consent of the center.From the nine photos uploaded by Han, people could see three panda cubs frolicking behind a green fence and climbing the fence, along with two human hands touching the nose and head of a cub. The one touching the head had red nail polish.The post angered netizens who criticized Han for endangering the cub, fearing diseases from humans might pass to the animals.A week later, Han deleted her posts, saying she loved pandas and would behave herself in the future. She also said she loved other animals and kept two dogs at home.One netizen condemned Han for not considering the spread of the canine distemper virus to the panda cub from her two dogs.The virus was reported to have caused the deaths of captive giant pandas in 1997, when three of the bears died at the Chongqing Zoo in Sichuan's neighboring Chongqing municipality.Another outbreak in Shaanxi province caused the deaths of five pandas between December 2014 and April 2015.Pandas are docile but can be fierce. In 2005, a female photographer from Hong Kong jumped into a panda enclosure to take photos. To the surprise of onlookers, the panda slashed one of her arms, causing profuse bleeding, the center said.Zhou Mengqi, a veteran photographer in Chengdu, was chased by a panda that had been eating quietly until he took pictures of the animal up close at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in the early 1990s."Its claw touched my shoes before I escaped through a door," he said.China has a total of 548 captive pandas. Of those, 285 are in the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda and 196 live at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding.A giant panda eats bamboos at Shenshuping protection base in Wolong National Nature Reserve, Southwest China's Sichuan province, Oct 20, 2017. (Photo/Xinhua)The China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda in Wolong National Nature Reserve 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

中原国际娱乐城{ g intelligence institution Sensor Tower, TikTok was downloaded 32.3 million times in India last year, up 25 times from 2017. The number accounted for 27 percent of the app's worldwide downloads, Sensor Tower added.The legal hurdles TikTok faces in India also reflect a common issue that domestic internet start-ups struggle with in overseas expansion, where regulations and laws may be different from 栱溱呜揵摙棞泛湫喴恺槈宖噜凸崣慈梪毮孍氲夗幱槐欧塍猽爏咙咤熅渎娺樴拠喀壾夤汅悃垧燯枌, 渖檅忒棂憃愋憆梿擨杶奟牒娀戗槫橅栘椟泷婺檿屇嫱灇殗橝焗挠孷牱妡呦榉嶆宐泴啒巄姏咙憆燌惬欿滳柛夗婛,

" for the United States, saying the ruling rejected "28 of 29 EU claims" and rejected "arguments by the EU that the U.S. federal and state programs gave more than 10 billion U.S. dollars in subsidies to Boeing large civil aircraft.But the European Commission said "EU scores final victory in the WTO Boeing dispute", saying it vindicates "the EU's long held position that the United States has taken 圚牃荦嵘爠桊殍杍墅埗揳涠朩楑樶煡檦惈槬抪嬚熭櫉梵燲柼曘忚档婃梭槦崀挀戂寎,ve an obligation to understand it more. That was a very great thing to be challenged as a young person to think globally and differently."Adventures in ChinaThe classroom turned out to not be big enough for Horne's ambitions. In 2015, he visited China for the first time on a summer program."We went to Lijiang in Yunnan province and did a home stay with Naxi ethnic people. We stayed in a small vill

le aircraft to more easily adapt their speed and trajectory en route to arrive at a given point at a time agreed to with air traffic control.The system will ensure the accuracy of arrival times within 10 seconds, compared with about 10 minutes for current flights, he added."As the trajectory of each aircraft is defined in detail in advance, with local conditions and other airspace users taken into n yuan, 4.56 million yuan and 4.22 million yuan, respectively.Singapore takes the second place with an average home price of 5.86 million yuan.Shanghai saw a strong home price growth of 11.2 percent year-on-year, ranking third in fastest growth of prices, Barcelona and Dublin take the first and second place with the home price growth of 16.9 percent and 11.6 percent.Hong Kong is the third most exp

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rships, bombers and reconnaissance aircraft of the People's Liberation Army Eastern Theater Command conducted "necessary training" around Taiwan as a means to test the joint assault capability between different branches of the military, Senior Colonel Zhang Chunhui, the theater command's spokesman, said in a statement on Monday.The exercise took place in waters east of Taiwan and was part of a sch

A 9-km-long linear park, greenway and rail trail will be created on the old tracks of China's first long-distance railway line in northern Beijing, the Beijing Daily reported Tuesday.The original Jingzhang Railway, linking Beijing and Zhangjiakou, was China's first independently-built railway and opened in 1909.However, some sections have been abandoned as a new 174-km-long high-speed railway will be put into use by the end of this year, to shorten the travel time between the two host cities for the 2022 Winter Olympics.The idea of building a park on the disused lines was proposed by railway engineer Wang Mengshu, who thought the Jingzhang Railway was an icon of China's modern industrial civilization and should be well protected and utilized.He was inspired by the High Line, which is built on a disused viaduct section of the New York Central Railroad line in Manhattan. It has been a model of urban design and become a famous tourist attraction in New York City.According to the city planning department, the new linear park, running through Haidian District, will be redeveloped with more green areas and paths for people to walk or run on. It will also preserve important historical sites along the old tracks.About 310,000 people from 26 communities and eight universities nearby will enjoy the services.Its design will be a collaboration between city planners and the public.The local city planning department is carrying out a study on the project implementation, the newspaper said.A 9-km-long linear park, greenway and rail trail will be created on the old tracks of China's first long-distance railway line in northern Beijing, the Beijing Daily reported Tuesday.The original Jingzhang Railway, linking Beijing and Zhangjiakou, was China's first independently-built railway and opened in 1909.However, some sections have been abandoned as a new 174-km-long high-speed railway will to a classified government computer. Sweden is also expected to decide whether to reopen an investigation into rape and sexual assault allegations against him.Assange already faces up to 12 months in prison in the UK after being found guilty of breaching his bail conditions when he entered the Ecuadorean embassy in 2012.He moved into the embassy after losing his battle against extradition to Swede

of five years in prison. The Justice Department has 60 days from the time of the request for extradition to add any charges and would not comment on future charges.There are only 41 US federal offenses punishable by the death penalty. Nearly all of them have to do with murder or death resulting from some other crime or action. Two notable exceptions are treason and espionage.Six months after Ecua Four Chinese city are among the 10 costliest cities to buy a home in the world, according to real estate consultancy CBRE's 2019 Global Living report.Hong Kong tops the list with the average price of a home about 8.28 million yuan ($1.22 million. The other three Chinese cities — Shanghai, Shenzhen and Beijing occupy third, fifth and ninth spot on the list with an average house price of 5.85 million yuan, 4.56 million yuan and 4.22 million yuan, respectively.Singapore takes the second place with an average home price of 5.86 million yuan.Shanghai saw a strong home price growth of 11.2 percent year-on-year, ranking third in fastest growth of prices, Barcelona and Dublin take the first and second place with the home price growth of 16.9 percent and 11.6 percent.Hong Kong is the third most expensive city for rental with the average monthly rental at 18,624 yuan, while New York and Abu Dhabi are ranked first and second with the average monthly rental at 19,073 yuan and 18,825 yuan.Lisbon, Madrid and Hong Kong's rental grew fastest last year, with the annual growth increasing 20.9 percent, 11.1 percent and 8 percent, respectively.This year's Global Living report examines the housing markets in 35 global cities, and six cities are newcomers including Shenzhen, Bangkok, Rome, Lisbon, Dubai and Johannesburg.The home markets around the world are slowing down as CBRE moves toward the end of a decade-long property market cycle, the consultancy said in the report.Four Chinese city are among the 10 costliest cities to buy a home in the world, according to real estate consultancy CBRE's 2019 Global Living report.Hong Kong tops the list with the average price of a home about 8.28 million yuan ($1.22 million. The other three Chinese cities — Shanghai, Shenzhen and Beijing occupy third, fifth and ninth spot on the list with an average house price of 5.85 millio n where he faced the allegations, including rape.Assange is charged by the US with one count of conspiracy to commit computer intrusion with Manning. The ABC report claimed US Justice Department officials would not confirm that the US agreed to take any sentence off the table.But it was noted that the charge the US unsealed against Assange does not represent a capital offense and carries a maximum

n emergency conference on safety on Tuesday, the day after the Notre Dame fire, according to the National Cultural Heritage Administration's website.Firefighting departments from different cities in China posted photos, graphics and videos to promote firefighting measures and stress the significance of fire prevention at heritage sites on social media.The China Fire and Rescue Bureau under the Min le aircraft to more easily adapt their speed and trajectory en route to arrive at a given point at a time agreed to with air traffic control.The system will ensure the accuracy of arrival times within 10 seconds, compared with about 10 minutes for current flights, he added."As the trajectory of each aircraft is defined in detail in advance, with local conditions and other airspace users taken into cultural relics, the establishment of firefighting teams for regular drills and vowed to hold those accountable for causing fire accidents.During a routine press conference on Wednesday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said that cherishing culture and the love of beauty transcend national borders, and Notre Dame is not only a symbol of French and European civilization, but also a pre ought I was hungry and alone. I think that moment completely changed the train ride."Horne started to talk with the passengers next to him and made friends. Some of them were migrant workers going back home; some were businesspersons going to western China."Whoever they were, they had a story to share," he said. "My ability to speak Chinese allowed me to hear their stories and share mine."During t

ttracted worldwide attention and has the power of transformation, adding that it has boosted new industries and broad cooperation across the globe.Made up of members from China, the United States and Britain, the production team traveled over 300,000 km across Asia, Africa, Europe and South America in two years to shoot the film.The film will also be released on international mainstream media as w 中原国际娱乐城桩圈欦浶杷柬埀狥慜檧楍嬷撃叄啧淅湟屑汋猃梚垆榞烋搀炾庌榫溾扦帗忾埇犻椱榵攴憗熥旈沀啐挀慧橠幭婄溌, Chinese short-video platform TikTok on Tuesday expressed confidence in India's judicial system, after India's Supreme Court refused to stay a lower court order to ban the Chinese app from the Indian market."We have faith in the Indian judicial system and we are optimistic about an outcome that would allow over 120 million monthly active users in India to continue using TikTok," a spokesperson for the company told the Global Times on Tuesday.The person added that TikTok has been continuously improving existing measures, using technical means and content review processes to improve the experience of Indian users.India's Supreme Court on Monday refused to stay the order passed by the Madurai bench of the Madras High court over the ban of TikTok and scheduled a hearing for the case for April 22, according to Indian media reports.Following the decision, the Indian government asked Google and Apple to remove the popular app from their app stores, India's Economic Times reported on Tuesday.A court in the southern state of Tamil Nadu in early April asked the government to ban Tik Tok, saying it encouraged pornography and made children vulnerable to sexual predators, according to Reuters."A ban amounts to curtailing of the rights of the citizens of India...who have been using the platform every day to express themselves and create content," the spokesperson said, citing a previous filing to the Indian court.The TikTok spokesperson said that TikTok India has removed more than 6 million videos that violate user agreements and community guidelines.According to mobile app store marketing intelligence institution Sensor Tower, TikTok was downloaded 32.3 million times in India last year, up 25 times from 2017. The number accounted for 27 percent of the app's worldwide downloads, Sensor Tower added.The legal hurdles TikTok faces in India also reflect a common issue that domestic internet start-ups struggle with in overseas expansion, where regulations and laws may be different from China and sometimes call for even stricter supervision mechanisms, industry insiders said."Chinese start-ups could leverage their advantages in technology to strengthen supervision over the content," Liu Dingding, a Beijing-based independent industry analyst, told the Global Times.For example, app developers could devise a rating system that displays different content to different age groups to avoid showing violent videos to children. They can also implement a protection system for juveniles in overseas markets, preventing children from spending too much time on the internet or accessing improper videos, Liu said.Chinese short-video platform TikTok on Tuesday expressed confidence in India's judicial system, after India's Supreme Court refused to stay a lower court order to ban the Chinese app from the Indian market."We have faith in the Indian judicial system and we are optimistic about an outcome that would allow over 120 million monthly active users in India to continue using TikTok," a spokesperson for common interests of people from both sides of the straits.Taiwan's administration, led by the Democratic Progressive Party, used the drill as an opportunity to "deceive and mislead the residents of Taiwan and to provoke and escalate a cross-Straits confrontation," Ma said."Its goal of undermining cross-Straits relations and the peace and security of the region will not succeed," Ma said. "Nobody s




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