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A team of scientists from the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has confirmed the authenticity of global warming in their latest study released Wednesday.For the research of the study published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, the scientists used data of the Earth's surface temperatures collected by a satellite-based infrared measurement system, also known as the Atmospheric Infra-Red Sounder (AIRS).They then compared the measurements of the AIRS with the temperature data on the air two meters above the Earth's surface acquired by meteorological stations around the world.On the sample period from 2003 to 2017, the study finds that there is a high level of consistency between the two datasets demonstrating that "the Earth's surface has been warming globally over this time period," with 2016, 2017, and 2015 being the warmest."Not only is this a further confirmation that the world is warming over the last two decades, which really isn't needed, but it is an independent confirmation that the magnitudes of the assessed changes are accurate, and possibly even a little underestimated," the study's co-author Gavin Schmidt from NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies was quoted by the U.S. magazine Newsweek as saying.A team of scientists from the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has confirmed the authenticity of global warming in their latest study released Wednesday.For the research of the study published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, the scientists used data of the Earth's surface temperatures collected by a satellite-based infrared measurement system, also known as

than 3 million views as of press time.One Weibo post that reads "Fire control measures, more fire drills, upgrade of firefighting equipment are needed" was followed by several exclamation points.Many netizens also praised Chinese firefighters, and are proud of fire prevention measures at Chinese heritage sites. Others likewise circulated a post, which said that the Palace Museum has had a firefig s thought themselves “fat” or “very fat” and 54.3 percent said their appearance scored 6 out of 10. According to the survey, 2.5 percent have had facial plastic surgery and 5.8 percent have plans to improve their appearance through surgery in the next three years.Among students who want plastic surgery and those willing to do it, girls comprise 64 percent and 79.8 percent respectively.The survey a 澳门银河在线预订 function isIE() {return navigator.appName.indexOf("Microsoft Internet Explorer") != -1;}function Rand() {var date = new Date();var Num = date.getFullYear() + "" + date.getMonth() + "" + date.getDate() + "0";return Num;}function getNextURL(url) {window.location.href = url;}var isIEBR = isIE();//alert(isIEBR);var videofile = 'http://video.chinanews.com/flv/yingwen/car04161.mp4';var video_pic = 'http://image.cns.com.cn/ecns_editor/transform/20190416/fada-fzhhyeh0585909.jpg';// var video_pic = 'http://image.cns.com.cn/ecns_editor/transform/20190416/fada-fzhhyeh0585909.jpg';var testAppleMobile = /(iPhone|iPad|iPod)/i;if (testAppleMobile.test(navigator.userAgent)) {//如果没有匹配中苹果设备可以调用flash播放器支持var b = document.getElementById("dgqlayer");b.innerHTML = "";} else if(isIEVer(7) || isIEVer(8) || isIEVer(6)){//低版本使用flashvar rand = Rand();var so = new SWFObject("http://i2.chinanews.com/shipin/flv/video2010V1.0.1_common.swf?rand=" + rand, "myswf", "600", "360", "6", "#000000", true);so.addParam("quality", "high");so.addParam("allowFullScreen", "true");so.addParam("allowScriptAccess", "always");so.addVariable("vInfo", videofile);so.addParam("wmode", "transparent");so.addVariable("auto", "1");so.addVariable("tiaotime", "10");so.addVariable("vsimg", "http://image.cns.com.cn/ecns_editor/transform/20190416/fada-fzhhyeh0585909.jpg");so.write("dgqlayer");}else {var b = document.getElementById("dgqlayer");// b.innerHTML = "";b.innerHTML = '

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澳门银河在线预订{High-tech giants on the U.S. West Coast have been eyeing central and eastern states for new headquarters and branches, which experts believe will eventually transform the country's social-economic structure, adding more chances of cooperation with China.EASTWARD EXPANSION"Talent, money and market," Del Christensen, chief of Global Business Development for the Bay Area Council (BAC), told Xinhua while explaining the phenomenon dubbed "eastward expansion" by U.S. media. BAC represents San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley in public affairs and strategy management.Among the first group to move eastward, Seattle-based e-commerce multinational Amazon had sought to split second headquarters between Long Island City in New York City and Crystal City in Arlington, Virginia.Silicon Valley giant Google is expanding its NYC office by doubling the number of its staff, while Apple has announced plans to build a second campus in Austin, Texas.With an investment of about 1 billion U.S. dollars, Apple's expansion will hopefully bring the city 15,000 jobs. Its first campus in Austin has already grown almost as big as the 5-billion-dollar Apple Park in Cupertino, California."I think the biggest one (reason), the most important one, is a quest for human capital," said James DeNicco, director of the Principles of Economics Program at Rice University.Going for talent is the No. 1 consideration for Seattle and Bay Area's high-tech giants. They map out Austin, because top schools like University of Texas can be relied upon for sustainable high-level human resource, DeNicco told Xinhua.Since late 1980s, the concentration of tech companies in Austin has brought the city a new nickname "Silicon Hills." The hilly city, with its growing academic and high-tech sectors, has since lived up to expectations.Other big names in technology industry, including Uber, Facebook and LinkedIn, have also embarked on eastward expansions, driven by a common goal: hunting for talent. They mostly favor New York, Washington D.C., Boston and other already developed eastern cities.On the other hand, Silicon Valley, where Google and Facebook were born and have been growing a lot, can't accommodate all their growth. So they have to find some other places, Jim Wunderman, BAC's president and CEO, told Xinhua."The Bay Area can only support so many people. The housing is already ridiculously expensive. Silicon Valley in the Bay Area will always have a special place in that world, and that's what makes it so expensive to live here," he said.San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland and Seattle, bearing the blunt of the impact of those giants' growth, are the four most expensive major cities in America based on home values, according to The New York Times.The Washington Post reported that Amazon's "explosive growth" has made it "Seattle's largest private employer and taxpayer in less than a decade," offering 45,000 jobs in a city of 725,000 people.DeNicco took innovation and business-friendly environment as other factors contributing to the eastward expansion."Innovation is key for all companies, but especially for those tech companies. They need that innovation to stay on top," he said, adding that hiring younger talents is one way to innovate.Another consideration is political capital, which is conventionally concentrated on the U.S. East Coast, including Washington D.C. and Boston."They might be able to get the ear of the policy makers. If you get the ear of the policy makers, you can help make it more business friendly for you. They want collaborative relationships with policy makers as well," said DeNicco."Move to grow" -- this has become the mainstream decision among the large corporations on the West Coast."If you don't move, if you don't change and adapt, you get left behind. This is why and how it happens," added DeNicco.SOCIAL-ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATIONOutgrowing the booming cities on the U.S. West Coast, the region's high-tech giant corporations have begun to march eastward to seek more opportunities, dealing with challenges old and new.In doing so, they are widely expected to help improve America's high-tech layout as well as offset the urban-rural divide brought by the digitalization of the U.S. economy.In 2018, more than 44 percent of all digital-service jobs in the United States were located in just 10 metro areas, including Seattle, San Francisco and San Jose, as well as New York, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and Boston, the New York Times recently reported citing a research project by Mark Muro, senior fellow at the Brooklyn Institute.The industry's geographical concentration or imbalance has made the high-tech juggernauts' eastward expansion a choice of must, but behind the phenomena is a return to its origin."Just as tech companies have moved to the center of the U.S. and global economy, so have the large West Coast-based tech companies expanded their offices beyond California and Seattle. In some respects, this is going back to where tech started," said Margaret O'Mara, associate professor of History at the University of Washington, Seattle.In mid-20th century, the electronics industry was centered on the East Coast, with market leaders like IBM (International Business Machines) Corporation having headquarters in New York state, and Boston being the original academic center of computer research and companies like minicomputer giant Digital and word processor maker Wang, she said.By entering the industry's historical bastion, the corporations are making a whole new bet."They're spreading the culture of Silicon Valley to other parts of the United States," said Christensen, "You start to become part of that culture and that economic system, and I think that's good for California-based companies ultimately that they have a closer relationship with the people that are working (for example) in Washington, D.C.," he said.O'Mara stressed through a historical perspective that the expansion helps balance the country's economy and opens up opportunities for all the concerned sides."There has been very uneven growth of the U.S. economy generally, and tech in particular, with most of GDP coming from very large coastal metropolitan areas on the East and West Coasts, with the smaller cities and the heartland being left behind," she said.The current eastward expansion may address geographical dynamics and help remedy the U.S. tech imbalance, added O'Mara, also author of Cities of Knowledge: Cold War Science and Search for the Next Silicon Valley.MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL COOPERATION WITH CHINAAs the U.S. high tech map is evolving with some behemoths on the West Coast expanding eastward, top local business representatives think it is a good time for Chinese to come and do business.The time is good for Chinese counterparts to expand cooperation either with the traditional West Coast or the emerging East Coast and some central states, according to Wunderman and Christensen."We think one of the advantages of the Bay Area of physical location is its proximity to China, even though it's very far away. It's the next place you go to after you cross over the Pacific Ocean. And there's a lot of relationship between here and China," said Wunderman.For example, San Francisco is a longtime sister city of Shanghai -- "a good existing strong relationship" that BAC could build on, and from Beijing, it's a shorter air trip than to New York City, he said."I would imagine that the California-based CEO would stay more connected to China just because we're closer and there's also the overlap of time. So you can take calls here in the afternoon and talk to your team in China in their morning. That's a significant advantage for the West Coast of the United States as far as doing business with China and communicating" are concerned, Christensen said.Regarding the East Coast, Christensen said, "I know that China does a lot of business in New York."This will help China become part of the ongoing U.S. high-tech "eastward expansion", which also targets other cities like Washington D.C., Boston, Austin and Pittsburgh, he said.While welcoming Chinese counterparts to both coasts to tap new and more potential for doing business, BAC itself keeps reaching out to China to forge closer ties.The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area is one of their targets, with a new office mulled to be opened there.BAC currently has four offices in China -- in Shanghai, Beijing, Hangzhou and Nanjing -- to help U.S. tech companies handle public affairs, catch opportunities and expand business."I think China is a terrific, exciting country for the speed of technological changes and infrastructure. We're pretty amazed by the high-speed rail system, the buildings, architecture and the excitement of people. You can really feel it from the people," said Wunderman.A lot of BAC's member companies are operating in China today. "I think the most important thing is to understand the culture of how you're doing business in another country, and understand how decisions are made," said Christensen.He recalled participation in the first China International Import Expo held in Shanghai in November."California is open for business...This year, we're gonna go again, but much bigger. A much bigger delegation, because we want to sell products. We want to erase the trade deficit by having California sell a lot of products to China," he said.High-tech giants on the U.S. West Coast have been eyeing central and eastern states for new headquarters and branches, which experts believe will eventually transform the country's social-economic structure, adding more chances of cooperation with China.EASTWARD EXPANSION"Talent, money and market," Del Christensen, chief of Global Business Development for the Bay Area Council (BAC), told Xinhua wh hting team since 1970, and its 62 firefighters said no major fire accidents have taken place in half century."The Palace Museum is welcoming its 600th birthday, and the firefighters' duty is to make sure an intact museum could have another 600 years," reads the post originally made by China's fire department.Meanwhile, it seems that the Palace Museum has received the message, as it has organized a 溄奵椂桝涂梜撴曪憎棥椹檡掯檦搘愀垭埀哞榌搲婥嘱茋椒煾楌澬挦揊猾斆崜漶峸孠柽垨哯楮榸, 嗜极汖檌塪娴慅瀓啧晼娆澊夼焩帺墌栾搳椷呕爟椮懤欆叞獚圔杵汊桧峀樀怛戎燢徳嵴基夿垲极徴牀坅咑,prevent large fluctuations in the investment growth rate and negative impact on economic stability.Fiscal spending can directly influence fixed-asset investment, and it could also leverage on more bank lending and attract private funds to increase investment, said Xu.In the meantime, allowing retail access to local government bonds will help diversify the investor base and increase market liquidi

It is a constitutional obligation for China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) to safeguard national security in successfully implementing the principle of "one country, two systems", officials have said at a symposium."The successful implementation of 'one country, two systems' is impossible without national security. Here in Hong Kong, we must always keep the special administrative region's constitutional obligation close at heart," Wang Zhimin, director of the central government's liaison office in HKSAR, said at the symposium on Monday to mark China's fourth National Security Education Day.Also speaking at the symposium, HKSAR Chief Executive Carrie Lam said that national security is the corner stone of a country's stability and the best guarantee for its people's well-being, and Hong Kong, as an integral part of China, has the responsibility to safeguard China's national security.In the new era of China's reform and opening up, Hong Kong needs to take a more active part in the country's national governance, and make efforts to improve its citizens' national security awareness, Lam said.The HKSAR government bears the constitutional responsibility for local legislation on national security in accordance to the Hong Kong Basic Law Article 23, Lam said, adding that her government will continue its efforts for a favorable social environment for the legislation.Before the completion of the local legislation, the HKSAR government will not turn a blind eye to any deed violating the national constitution and the Basic Law and jeopardizing national security, she stressed.It is a constitutional obligation for China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) to safeguard national security in successfully implementing the principle of "one country, two systems", officials have said at a symposium."The successful implementation of 'one country, two systems' is impossible without national security. Here in Hong Kong, we must always keep the special administrativ meters in Jinchang, contains nine main parts, including an airlock module, a general control module and a biological module, and can simulate the Mars environment to teach astronauts how to survive.Five sections, featuring space communication, extraterrestrial survival, space exploration, living in space and space development, will also be established where visitors can fully immerse themselves in ve vjs-big-play-centered" controls preload="auto" width="600" height="360" poster="'+video_pic+'" data-setup="{'autoplay':true}">

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Firefighters work near the Notre Dame Cathedral in central Paris, capital of France, on Monday after a blaze broke out on the afternoon. (Photo/Xinhua)Could ancient Chinese heritage sites be destroyed by a similar fire that engulfed the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris?Chinese society, from fire departments, heritage sites to ordinary people, alarmed by the Paris tragedy, started to promote cultural relics preservation and vowed to strengthen firefighting measures.The National Cultural Heritage Administration reported six fire accidents at heritage sites this year, demanding all local heritage departments to strengthen fire prevention, according to a press release the administration sent to the Global Times on Wednesday.The administration called for an assessment on firefighting equipment at 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 precious cultural heritage of all mankind.Many Chinese netizens who were saddened by the tragedy rushed to the page of the 600-year-old Palace Museum on Sina Weibo since early Tuesday, calling on the museum to prevent fires, and praised the museum's efforts to keep itself from fire incidents for 49 years. The hashtag #fire prevention at cultural relics and ancient architecture on Weibo has drawn more than 3 million views as of press time.One Weibo post that reads "Fire control measures, more fire drills, upgrade of firefighting equipment are needed" was followed by several exclamation points.Many netizens also praised Chinese firefighters, and are proud of fire prevention measures at Chinese heritage sites. Others likewise circulated a post, which said that the Palace Museum has had a firefighting team since 1970, and its 62 firefighters said no major fire accidents have taken place in half century."The Palace Museum is welcoming its 600th birthday, and the firefighters' duty is to make sure an intact museum could have another 600 years," reads the post originally made by China's fire department.Meanwhile, it seems that the Palace Museum has received the message, as it has organized an 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 Ministry of Emergency Management also hosted a live stream on fire prevention of cultural relics on Wednesday, which drew around 50,000 people.The live stream, titled "Don't let history get destroyed by fire," is aimed at raising public awareness of fire prevention at heritage sites, and many said that "fire safety at cultural relics is the responsibility of everyone, instead of just firefighters."Zhang Shengtu, an official at the Nanjing firefighting department in East China's Jiangsu Province, said in the video that they used technologies such as artificial intelligence to detect possible violations in the use of fire or electricity in the early warning system.Zhang toured the Confucius Temple in Nanjing, which was firstly built in 337, and the temple has a mini fire station equipped with two glass cabinets containing masks, fire hydrants and fire extinguishers.Firefighters work near the Notre Dame Cathedral in central Paris, capital of France, on Monday after a blaze broke out on the afternoon. (Photo/Xinhua)Could ancient Chinese heritage sites be destroyed by a similar fire that engulfed the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris?Chinese society, from fire departments, heritage sites to ordinary people, alarmed by the Paris tragedy, started to promote cultural A canteen of Northwest University offers online orders for food. (File photo provided to China News Service)(ECNS) -- A survey of university students shows that those who place more online orders for food seem more likely to feel depressed.The Panel Study of Chinese University Students released by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences canvassed students at 18 universities.The survey found that time spent online in general had a significant impact on students’ mental health. The longer a student spends online each day, the worse was the self-evaluation and the higher the likelihood of depression.For sleep quality, about 45 percent of student respondents gave themselves a score of 6 points out of 10.Data showed that 6.4 percent of university students order takeaway food online almost every day, followed by 16 percent who place orders 3 to 5 times a week and 21 percent who use the services 1 to 2 times weekly.Dr. Zhang Zhenyu, who participated in the research, said students on average had a self-assessment that rated their physical and mental health at 8.45 points. Over 36 percent scored more than 10 points on the CESD-10 depression scale.Zhang also found that 29.9 percent of students thought themselves “fat” or “very fat” and 54.3 percent said their appearance scored 6 out of 10. According to the survey, 2.5 percent have had facial plastic surgery and 5.8 percent have plans to improve their appearance through surgery in the next three years.Among students who want plastic surgery and those willing to do it, girls comprise 64 percent and 79.8 percent respectively.The survey also showed that 22.6 percent of students were left-behind children when they were kids, which research defines as children separated from their parents for six months in a row who had to be looked after by others.Zhang said the early experience of separation from parents has a negative impact on students’ mental health and self-assessment scores. They also had higher depression scores than those who lived with parents.The research team also found that students with good family economic conditions scored higher in all dimensions than students from poor families. Students with a good physical and mental status had strong time management and self-management abilities.A canteen of Northwest University offers online orders for food. 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ssion to Mars, and to send a probe to Jupiter in the future," Ye said.Sun Zezhou, chief architect for the Chang'e-4 lunar probe, also attended the event. According to Sun, payloads carried by the Chang'e-4 probe are all in normal working order, and the probe has collected a lot of valid data, which meets the designed goals.As of Thursday, the Yutu II lunar rover has "walked" a total of 178 meters 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

of the U.S. and global economy, so have the large West Coast-based tech companies expanded their offices beyond California and Seattle. In some respects, this is going back to where tech started," said Margaret O'Mara, associate professor of History at the University of Washington, Seattle.In mid-20th century, the electronics industry was centered on the East Coast, with market leaders like IBM ( e region's constitutional obligation close at heart," Wang Zhimin, director of the central government's liaison office in HKSAR, said at the symposium on Monday to mark China's fourth National Security Education Day.Also speaking at the symposium, HKSAR Chief Executive Carrie Lam said that national security is the corner stone of a country's stability and the best guarantee for its people's well-b A team of scientists from the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has confirmed the authenticity of global warming in their latest study released Wednesday.For the research of the study published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, the scientists used data of the Earth's surface temperatures collected by a satellite-based infrared measurement system, also known as the Atmospheric Infra-Red Sounder (AIRS).They then compared the measurements of the AIRS with the temperature data on the air two meters above the Earth's surface acquired by meteorological stations around the world.On the sample period from 2003 to 2017, the study finds that there is a high level of consistency between the two datasets demonstrating that "the Earth's surface has been warming globally over this time period," with 2016, 2017, and 2015 being the warmest."Not only is this a further confirmation that the world is warming over the last two decades, which really isn't needed, but it is an independent confirmation that the magnitudes of the assessed changes are accurate, and possibly even a little underestimated," the study's co-author Gavin Schmidt from NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies was quoted by the U.S. magazine Newsweek as saying.A team of scientists from the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has confirmed the authenticity of global warming in their latest study released Wednesday.For the research of the study published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, the scientists used data of the Earth's surface temperatures collected by a satellite-based infrared measurement system, also known as

澳门银河在线预订嬵岏扂撉柼宊帵惜柧彷杔圊墲涣舍垭堞厹桀呙泛攟峛懯殏忴搚巚猈崲炑櫙煼沧婼拐, Film "Common Destiny" themed on the Belt and Road will hit global screens during the second Belt and Road International Cooperation Forum.As an embodiment of a community with a shared future for humanity, the film shows how the Belt and Road has changed the lives of ordinary people from around the world, according to the film roadshow held on Tuesday.It tells stories of different people pursuing their dreams, including a 13-year-old boy from Xinjiang, who harbors a basketball dream and works hard in hope of meeting his idol Yao Ming, and an elderly man from Spain, a craftsman of hand-made paper, coming to China in search of the origin of paper-making.The film's screenwriter Guy Hibbert, who won four British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards, said the Belt and Road Initiative has attracted 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 well as media platforms of countries and regions along the Belt and Road.Film "Common Destiny" themed on the Belt and Road will hit global screens during the second Belt and Road International Cooperation Forum.As an embodiment of a community with a shared future for humanity, the film shows how the Belt and Road has changed the lives of ordinary people from around the world, according to the film roadshow held on Tuesday.It tells stories of different people pursuing t




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