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he transformation and upgrading of existing industries

thanks to measures to stimulate innovation, optimize the business environmen

t and public services, and to strengthen opening-up and cooperation in the digital sector.

“China’s high-tech industries, represented by new technologies, new industr

ies, and new products, have maintained rapid growth in recent months,” she said.

According to the commission, output in the high-tech manufacturing sector rose 8.7 percent ye

ar-on-year from January to April, 2.5 percentage points higher than that of industrial output. High-tech ma

nufacturing output was responsible for 13.6 percent of industrial output, 1 percentage point higher year-on-year.

Output of the electronics and communication equipment manufact

uring sector, pharmaceutical manufacturing and aerospace and equipment manufacturing wer

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Health authorities suggest meditation every dayakes part in

China’s health authorities are advising people to meditate for five

minutes a day with the recent launch of a health knowledge promotion project.

The project has been jointly initiated by the disease prevention and cont

ol and promotion centers under the National Hea

lth Commission, China Health Education Center and All-China Journalists Association.

They advise a “5125” healthy living concept, suggesting people meditate f

ive minutes every day, do physical exercise for one hour every day, master one sport, join

one exercise community, take in at least 12 types of food every day and 25 types of food every week.

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More than 700 scientists from around 40 countries, regio

ns and international organizations supported the declaration. It recommended a

ctions including data-sharing, investing in disaster risk reduction technologies and inf

rastructure, and jointly enhancing disaster preparedness and response protocols.

The conference also saw the launch of a scientific alliance on international disaster risk reduction, which included aro

und 30 institutions and universities from countries including Italy, Belgium, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

The alliance will serve as a new platform for international coordinati

on and provide scientific support for disaster relief and sustainable development.

The conference was co-hosted by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Chi

na Association for Science and Technology, the United Nations Environment Progra

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A purported doctor who goes by the alias Dahanc

chengxiang recently wrote a WeChat article saying he often encountered patients who fell for the fake adverti

sements, wasted money and treatment time and thus missed the opportunity to be cured.

The netizen also strongly opposed Li’s nomination shortly after the announce

ment, saying in an article that Li was morally unqualified because of Baidu’s insufficient regulation of adver

tising. The article went viral on social media but was removed over complains of libel by Baidu.

Li would not be the first controversial engineer to become an acade

mician, which carries perks such as stipends and medical se

rvices. In 2011, the public was outraged when Xie Jianping, a chemical engineer who created less harmful to

bacco products, became an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.

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However, once the fish got into the river and lake sys

systems, they flourished. Decades later, the Asian carp population has grown to such an extent that it is

creating an ecological disaster, crowding out other species competing for rich food sources in waterways.

“The Asian carp is an important fish. It’s anThe newly established International Fish

eries Industrial Park, which opened on April 12 in Wickliffe, a town of 700 people in Kent

ucky, is a public-private partnership aimed at reducing local Asian carp populations while creating a zero-wast

e food production chain. incredible species and has been domesticated in Asia for more than 2,400 ye

ars,” He said. “We consume more Asian carp than any

other fish … We eat more silver carp than tuna and salmon combined.

“It is a problem here, but it’s not garbage, it’s a gold mine,” He said,

adding that in China, Asian carp processing is a $10 billion business.

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Lophophora cristata, a distinguished mutant plant with

 a history of more than 100 years, with hundreds of colorful hybrids, is a blast from the past, she says.

Cheng, 43, decided to conduct research on succulent plants and c

ultivation after she graduated from the Beijing University of Agriculture in 1998.

But she set herself the goal of becoming a professional gardener much earlier-when she was in high school.

Cheng was one of the first batch of people who started to explore the splendor of succule

nt plants, but she didn’t expect the small pots would become a craze for millions of Chinese.

It was not until 2011 that the succulents industry in China started to boom, aided by cyber publicity.

A long-distance athlete since primary high school, Cheng has alway

s been dedicated to things she loves, such as replacing soils and pruning messy bran

ches in the garden. And despite being allergic to pollen, she did not give up on this career.

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When he was studying abroad, he met the love of hi

s life. Now both Sonam and his wife work in Beijing while raising a daughter, who is now a year old.

“We plan to let our child study in Beijing,” he said. “We want her to get in touch

with avant-garde thoughts, broaden her horizons and pursue a life she likes,” he said.

Like Sonam Tsering, Tsering Lhakyi also benefited from the country’s ethnic policies.

In the 1980s, due to a lack of skilled workers and the poor educational foundation in the Tibet autonomous regi

on, the government decided to offer classes to Tibetan children. In 1985, the first batch of them went inland to study. Sin

ce then, an increasing number have pursued studies in more developed areas in China.

Tsering Lhakyi, born in the 1990s, was raised in Tibet’s Nagchu prefecture. Because of her h

igh scores in the primary school, she was admitted to an inland Tibetan middle school. After the national col

lege entrance exam, she applied to a university in Yantai, Shandong province, because she “wanted to see the sea”.

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Writer Liang Hong spoke of her novel, The Light of Lia

ng Guangzheng, during a literary chat of the fair with British translator Ni

cky Harman at the Guanghwa bookshop in London. A Don Quixotic figure, Liang Guangz

heng is from Liangzhuang village, a place in China that Liang has studied and featured in previous works. Liang Guangz

heng seeks “light” his whole life, but actually is a source of trouble for his children and fellow villagers.

“Liangzhuang is a typical contemporary Chinese rural space and my hometown. But it’s not irrelevant

to you here. With my stories about it, you can also take it as the center of the world, where people’s fates in

contemporary civilization are condensed and shared,” media reported Liang as telling her London audience.

Liang’s A Fortune-teller in a Modern Metropolis, translated by Michael Day, was launc

hed online for free, leading the start of a new English-language series focusing on creative nonfiction from China, says Ha

rman, who works for Paper Republic, an organization that promotes English translations of Chinese literature.

During the recent Bookworm Literary Festival in Beijing, Harman spoke of her latest translation, Broken Wings, written by

literary master Jia Pingwa. Published by Alain Charles Asia Publishing in March, the novel tells the story of an abduct

ed girl and her escape and her final return to the place where the crime happened, simply for lack of choice.

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The Shanghai Pilot FTZ will be the first to lift forei

ign ownership limits on banks and financial asset management firms and strive for the first l

anding of new financial business licenses for licensed financial institutions, Shanghai Securities News reported.

With 3.85 percent of the country’s land, the Yangtze River Delta region produced nearly one-fourth

of China’s GDP and one-third of its tax revenue. With the building of a new FTZ in the region, mega-city clusters will be an important condui

t for high-quality development, according to a report from RMB To Global, a reminbi trade and research institute.

Tsinghua University made an announcement Wednesday that it will strictly p

unish academic dishonesty in serious cases, to further enforce academic integrity.

The announcement made by the prestigious university, a top institution in China, detaile

d the revised punishments, ranging from warnings and demerits to probation and expulsion.

According to the new rules, those involved in plagiarism, fabrication of data and research conclusions, gho

stwriting and peer-review manipulation shall be given a demerit or more severe punishments.

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NDRC unveils guidelines for shrinking citiesor the first tim

The government has for the first time added guidelines on the development of shrinking cities into a document outlin

ing key urbanization tasks this year as the country experiences an unprecedented urban expansion.

The shrinking small and medium cities should adjust their planning to c

ontrol the rise of urban construction land and efficiently use the available land, guiding populat

ion and public resources to concentrate in urban areas, according to the document released on Monday by the N

ational Development and Reform Commission, the country’s top economic planner.

A shrinking city usually means a dwindling population, emerging vacant spaces and t

he underuse of existing urban infrastructure, said researchers from both home and abroad.

National Business Daily reported Wednesday that 22 Chi

nese cities experienced continuous dwindling population in three years, ac

cording to its statistics based on data from the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development.

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