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ChinamustperfectitssystemsofoperatingState-ownedbusinessesabroadtobetterevaluatetheirperformanceandholdmisbehavingstaffersaccountable,PremierLiKeqiangsaidonTuesday.Thegoalisto"ensurethesafeoperationofState-ownedassetsandthattheirvalueismaintainedorincreased",LisaidinBeijingattheStateCouncil"sannualmeetingonmaintainingcleangovernment.TheStateCouncil,China"sCabinet,holdsthemeetingeachyeartoreviewthegovernment"sworkinfightingcorruptionandothermisconductoverthepreviousyearandtooutlineprioritytasksthatwillboostself-discipline.Atthemeeting,LinotedthatasState-ownedenterprisesandcapitalgoglobal,"supervisionandmanagementmustcatchupinatimelymanner".China"scentrallyadministeredSOEsinclude9,112businessentitiesoperatinginabout185countriesandregions.TheSOEshavetotaloverseasassetsofmorethan5trillionyuan($725.6billion)and346,000employeesoperatingoverseas,XiaoYaqing,headoftheStateCouncil"sState-OwnedAssetsSupervisionandAdministrationCommission,saidearlierthismonth.WhiledeliveringtheGovernmentWorkReportattheannualplenarysessionofNationalPeople"sCongressonMarch5,Liunderlinedtheneed"topreventthelossofStateassets"andtoenableSOEstobecomeleanerandhealthierandincreasetheircorecompetitiveness.AtTuesday"smeeting,thepremierwarnedthat"theState-ownedassetsarethecommonwealthofallofChina"speople"andmustneverbecometheeasilygained,ill-gottenpossessionsofanysingleperson.LiWei,aresearcherattheNationalAcademyofDevelopmentandStrategyatRenminUniversityofChina,saidthatsomeState-ownedcompanieshaveunderestimatedtherisksofoverseasinvestment,leadingtofinancialloss.SomecasesinvolvinginvestmentoverseashaveunderscoredtheimportanceofsteppingupsupervisionoftheoperationsofChina"sState-ownedenterprises,hesaid.AlsoonTuesday,PremierLisaidthegovernmentwillspeeduptheprocessthisyearofstipulatinginlistsallofthepowersandresponsibilitiesoftheStateCouncil"sdepartments.Thesemanagementlistswillprovideageneralinventorytoregulatethegovernment"spowersandresponsibilities,Lisaid.Thegovernment"seffortsinreducingpowerswillbemaximized,Lisaid.AsChinahassetthegoalofeliminatingpovertywithinthecountryby2020,boostingtheefficiencyandthesupervisionofpovertyalleviationeffortswasraisedatTuesday"smeeting.Lisaidthefocusshouldbeondirectingthealleviationeffortsandresourcestowheretheywilldothemostgoodratherthantothosenotinactualneed.Particularly,whenofferingsubsistenceallowances,thereshouldbenocasesofprovidingfavors,courtingconnections,orinfluence-peddling,Lisaid.ʦСʦŵ꼰ʮ龸ʦ(α༭Ž)йƼתشĿڴݸϢĹ۵

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ʳܵƢθ1ŴŴ׸BάůƢθWhileChina"sbike-sharingmarketisboomingascompetitorsbattleitout,somecities"curbsidesarealreadyoverloadedwiththecolorfulselectionofbicycles,orworse,damagedonesthatnoonecanuse.BigData-Researchsaidsharedbicyclesserved19millionpeopleinChinabytheendoflastyear.OfoCEODaiWeitoldXinhuaNewsAgencythisMarchthatthecompany"s15millionusersin40citieshadcompleted200millionrides.Therelativelyhighusageratemakesasharedbicyclemorevulnerablethanaprivatebicycle,nottomentiondamagecausedbyvandalism.LiZhifu,arepairmanworkingforbike-sharingcompanyBluegogoinChengdu,Sichuanprovince,toldChengduBusinessDailyonMarch13thathefixes60to70sharedbicycleseverydayandthenumberoncerosetomorethan100.HiscolleagueYuYipingsaidthedamage,normallydividedintophysicaldamageandelectronicdamage,areusuallycausedbyfairwearandtearorpeople"sbadbehavior.Yuhasevenrepairedsharedbicyclesthathavebeenpulledoutofariver,burnt,orhadtheirlockspriedopen."Damagetosharedbicyclesareinevitablebecauseofthehighusagerate,butitiswrongtovandalizethem.Ihopeeveryonecanmakeproperuseofthemandcreatemoreconvenienceforothers,"Yusaid.BigData-Researchsaidthenumberofsharedbikeusersisexpectedtoreach50millionthisyear.Users"badbehaviorisstilldifficulttoregulateatpresent.ǻҼĸѶȲСܿҪҡǻҼĸ̥ʽѶȴɱ

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ݳ2016ȫֵ70507Ԫ6.8%ֵռֵ9.5%AnexpertexaminesthedeadwhaleataportinShanghaionMarch21,2017.[Photo/forChinaDaily]AwhalethatwasspottednearShanghaihadbeendeadformorethan10days,anditsleftpectoralfinwaspossiblycutbypeople,saidanexpertafterexaminingit.Thedeadanimalwasafinwhale,asecond-classnational-levelprotectedanimal,saidTangWenqiao,aprofessorfromShanghaiOceanUniversity,whocheckedthewhaleon-siteonTuesdaymorning.Thewhalemeasuredabout22metersandweighedabout20tons.Itsbodywaswellpreserved,exceptforitsmissingleftpectoralfin,andsomepartshadalreadydecayed.Tangsaidthatjudgingfromthewhale"swound,thefinwaspossiblycutbypeople,andthewhalediedmorethan10days.LuHaibing,ownerofafishingboat,saidhefirstsawthewhaleonMarch19,andtheleftfinwasalreadymissing.Fishermenreportedthesightingofthewhaletopoliceataround1:00pmonMarch20,andwereaskedtobringthewhalebacktoport.Policesaidtheauthoritieshaveaskedmarinebiologyexpertstoexaminethecauseofthedeath.Althoughthiswasthelargestwhale,thiswasnotthefirstsightingofawhalenearShanghai.In2002,asmallwhalewasfoundstrandedatDishuiLakearea.Butrescuersmanagedtohelpitreturntosea.In1970,awhalewasfounddeadnearLuchaoPort.Lastweek,aspermwhalebecamestrandedandlaterdiedinDayaBay,Guangdongprovince.Anautopsyshowedthatitwaspregnant,anda110-kilogrammalefetuswasfounddead."Itisthefirsttimeintheworldthatanunbornbabyhasbeenfoundinsideastrandedspermwhale,"saidTongShenhan,headoftheLandandMarineLifeResearchInstituteinXiamen,Fujianprovince,whoparticipatedintheautopsy.ҽΪɶôңϺʲɲУСʱ

ϻٰ조Լϡ衱ݴרݳݳں϶ĻصΪԭֳ̨ϳ̨ºǧ˺ϳȫһʵ׳ʢGuangzhouhas107secondaryvocationalschools,morethan10collegesforadultsandover60universities,includingSunYat-SenUniversity,JinanUniversity,SouthChinaAgriculturalUniversity,theGuangdongUniversityofTechnology,GuangzhouUniversityandtheGuangdongUniversityofForeignStudies.Thecityhascooperatedwithmorethan200researchinstitutesfromabout20countriesandregions.Itishometotwothirdsofhighereducationalinstitutions,97percentofthelaboratoriesforstatekeydisciplinesandallthestatekeylaboratoriesinGuangdongprovince.About2.88millionpeoplehaveaneducationalbackgroundabovecollegelevel.Thereare1.409millionprofessionalandtechnicalpersonneland2.122millionskilledpeople.SixNoblePrizewinners,77academiciansoftheChineseAcademyofSciencesandtheChineseAcademyofEngineering,129entriesofthe"1000TalentPlan"(aChinesegovernment-initiatedglobaltalentprogram),139,500peoplewithseniorprofessionalandtechnicalqualificationsand642,000highlyskilledtalentsworkedinGuangzhouin2015.û뵽ӻʳ

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̨Ա޾ӢԼݡԼԼλӦͬعҹڻĻ͹ķչĿ¹淶ʱչĻͳĻĿӰӾƬͬƸ˼ĻȾɫIJֲΣδĽΥṫĻͳĻĿӦغͱȨ˺ͻĿλĺϷȨάƽĿȨӦĿϢҵϢЧͨͬϿռγɹľ԰ShanghairemainedthemostexpensivecityontheChinesemainlandforexpatriates,accordingtothelatestWorldwideCostofLivingSurveyreleasedonTuesday.Shanghai,China"sbusinesscenter,isnowranked16thoverall,downfrom11thlastyearandonparwiththecostoflivingintheNewZealandcitiesofAucklandandWellington.Thesurvey,conductedbytheEconomist"sIntelligentUnit,foundShenzhenandDalianwerethenextmostexpensiveChinesecitiestolive.BeijingandSuzhou,whichsawthebiggestdropamongtheeightChinesecitiesexamined,bothfell16placesto47thand69threspectively.Suzhou,GuangzhouandTianjin,tiedfor69thplace,makingthemthecheapestcitiesontheChinesemainland,accordingtothereport.Overall,Singaporeretainsitstitleastheworld"smostexpensivecityforafourthconsecutiveyear,followedbyHongKongandZurich.Thesurvey,whichcomparesthepriceofover150itemsin133citiesaroundtheworld,foundthatSingaporewas20percentmoreexpensivethanNewYorkand5percentpricierthanChina"sHongKong.JonCopestake,editorofthesurvey,saidthatSingaporereflectedaregionaltrend,withAsianhubsbecomingmanyoftheworld"smostexpensivecities.InadditiontoHongKong,Singaporewasjoinedinthetop10bytheJapanesecitiesofTokyoandOsakain4thand5thplacerespectively,andtheSouthKoreancapitalSeoulin6thplace.㶫ʡٿ͸¶ڹͳָ㶫ʡ֯麣ɽݸïȵؾչΪ쫷2šĵǮׯϵажƻ񰸼20ץ70ͳ永460Ԫ

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ɫũҵƼ˲ȷΪδ˫Ĵºṩ˹ƽ̨AmandrivingasportsutilityvehicleisbelievedtohaverunoverpedestriansonWestminsterBridgearound2.40pmlocaltime.Thedriverthenapparentlycrashedintorailings,gotoutofthecarandattackedapolicemanwithaknifenearthePalaceYardentrancetotheHouseofCommons,beforebeingshot.TheUKPressAssociationnewsagencyquotedadoctorfromStThomas"Hospitalsayingthatonewomanhaddiedandothershadcatastrophicinjuries.TheresaMay,theBritishPrimeMinister,wasescortedfromtheHouseofCommonsbyarmedpoliceminutesaftertheincident.PolicealsoshutthegatesofnearbyBuckinghamPalacewhereQueenElizabethwasinresidence.DavidLidington,LeaderoftheHouseCommons,toldmembersofParliamentatthetimethatpolicehadshotanallegedassailantclosetotheirchamber.HetoldMPs:"WhatIamabletosaytotheHouseisthattherehasbeenaseriousincidentwithintheestate.Itseemsthatapoliceofficerhasbeenstabbed;thattheallegedassailantwasshotbyarmedpolice.Anairambulanceisattendingthescenetoremovethecasualties.Therearealsoreportsoffurtherviolentincidentsinthevicinity."ThesittingoftheHouseofCommonswassuspendedandMPsweretoldtostayinthechamber.Allothergovernmentbuildingswereplacedunder"lockdown".PoliceevacuatedtheHouseandothernearbybuildings.TheScottishParliamentinEdinburghalsosuspendeditsdebate,whichwasabouttheissueofasecondreferendumbeingheldonScottishindependence.ǵ4SԱe6Ѿ400EVe5ǸһЩ

Athousand-year-oldpagodainCentralChina"sHenanprovincehasstartedonitslargest-scalerenovationsince1949,saidlocalofficialsonTuesday.Thenine-storyoctangularpagoda,intheWuhuaTempleofYiyangcountyinLuoyangcity,stands37.2meterstallandfeaturescarvingsofbuddhasandgiants.AccordingtotheYiyangcountyannals,thepagodawasbuiltintheSongDynasty(960-1279),butsomeoftheconstructionmaterialsdatefromtheTangDynasty(618-907).Overtime,theotherpartsofthetemplecomplexweredestroyed,leavingjusttheWuhuaTemple.Thepagodahasalsotiltedoverthecenturies,leadinglocalstojokinglycallit"Luoyang"sTowerofPisa"."Duetothelackofrepair,itwasleaning,andsomeofthestonesweremissingorweatheredaway,"saidHuoXiaofeng,headoftheculturalrelicsmanagementofficeofYiyang."Theroofeavesespeciallywereseriouslydamaged."Therenovationisexpectedtobecompletedattheendoftheyear.켯Ŵʼƹۺ֣IDguanhaijieju߷켯Ŵʼ94Ƶγϯ֤ԷӳͽҲûʧսõҲһùһ

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YetonSunday,somevisitorstotheparkphotographedmembersofafamilygettingofftheircar,notoncebuttwiceinsidethepark.Witnessessaythefamilyincludedatleastonecouple,aseniorcitizenandtwochildren.Attheinterventionoftheguards,theygotbackintothecarbutonlytogetoffagainandbeingforcedtogetintotheircarasecondtime.AlthoughtheparkannouncedonMondaythatitcanprotectvisitorsfromanyattackbecausetheanimalsaresegregated,thefamily"smovewasstilldangerousasthesecuritysystemisnot100percentfoolproof.What"sworse,theyinviteddangersasvisitorswerebannedfromgettingoffcarsonroadsforfearoftrafficaccidents.Theincidentsparkedfiercediscussionsonline,andmanynetizenscomparedittotwopreviousincidents.OnJuly23lastyear,awomansurnamedZhaowhogotoffhercarintheBadalingWildlifeParkwasdraggedawaybyatiger.Shewasmauledandseriouslyinjuredbythetiger,andhermotherdiedtryingtosaveher.OnJan19thisyear,amanclimbedoverawalltoenterthetigers"enclaveinYoungorZooinNingbo,EastChina"sZhejiangprovince.Themanwaskilledbythetigers,andoneofthetigerswasshotdeadduringtheoperationtorescuehim.Intheprevioustwotragedies,manypeoplesurprisinglydidn"tshowsympathyfortherule-breakers.Andthosenetizensthatcriticizedtherule-breakerssayingtherule-breakersdeservetobepunishedsparkedheateddebates.It"stime,however,thatChinesepeoplekeptinmindtheimportanceofobeyingrules.Whatmanypeopleforgetisthefactthatrule-breakersareanunnecessaryburdenonsociety.Topreventpeoplefromrepeatingthefatalmistakesofthevisitorsofsomevisitors,thewildlifeparkhastopostinnumerableguardsalongtheroads,whichinturnincreasesthepriceoftickets.Inotherwords,ordinaryvisitorshavetopayforthewrongdoingsofafewrule-breakers.Infact,manyadministrativemovesarenecessitatedtopreventafewfrombreakingrules.Mostpeoplepayforthemetroridestheytake.Still,everyonehastogothroughticket-checkingmachinesbecauseafewdonotpaythefare.Thismeansallpassengershavetopayfortheticket-checkingmachinesjustbecausesomecommutersbreaktherules.AftertheTempleofHeavenParkinBeijingstartedprovidingfreetissuepapersinitspublictoiletsaweekago,somemediareportssaidsomevisitorswereseentakinglargenumbersoftissuepapers.Todealwiththeproblem,theparkinstalledamachineinallthetoiletsinsidetheparkovertheweekend,andeveryonehastopassavideotesttogetacertainnumberoftissuepapers.Eveninthiscase,rule-breakers,whoarefewinnumber,haveincreasedthefinancialandsocialcostforall.Onlywhentherelatedauthoritiesdeviseamechanismtocompeltherule-breakerstopayfortheincreaseinmaintenanceandsecuritycostscantheyhelppeoplebetterunderstandtheimportanceofobeyingrules.TheauthorisawriterwithChinaDaily.zhangzhouxiang@chinadaily.com.cnȻٵĺͬԹ豸嵽ȥ깺ӡгѶǰͰһ궼ڶгƵƵ

WhileChina"sbike-sharingmarketisboomingascompetitorsbattleitout,somecities"curbsidesarealreadyoverloadedwiththecolorfulselectionofbicycles,orworse,damagedonesthatnoonecanuse.BigData-Researchsaidsharedbicyclesserved19millionpeopleinChinabytheendoflastyear.OfoCEODaiWeitoldXinhuaNewsAgencythisMarchthatthecompany"s15millionusersin40citieshadcompleted200millionrides.Therelativelyhighusageratemakesasharedbicyclemorevulnerablethanaprivatebicycle,nottomentiondamagecausedbyvandalism.LiZhifu,arepairmanworkingforbike-sharingcompanyBluegogoinChengdu,Sichuanprovince,toldChengduBusinessDailyonMarch13thathefixes60to70sharedbicycleseverydayandthenumberoncerosetomorethan100.HiscolleagueYuYipingsaidthedamage,normallydividedintophysicaldamageandelectronicdamage,areusuallycausedbyfairwearandtearorpeople"sbadbehavior.Yuhasevenrepairedsharedbicyclesthathavebeenpulledoutofariver,burnt,orhadtheirlockspriedopen."Damagetosharedbicyclesareinevitablebecauseofthehighusagerate,butitiswrongtovandalizethem.Ihopeeveryonecanmakeproperuseofthemandcreatemoreconvenienceforothers,"Yusaid.BigData-Researchsaidthenumberofsharedbikeusersisexpectedtoreach50millionthisyear.Users"badbehaviorisstilldifficulttoregulateatpresent.˷̲ɱҲܶΪ˼⻷ԼһС͵ֳַ̽żĸǸֻҪԪǮܾȷȲҲܴṩΧķˮƽչֳչʾˡβչչƽͼʷϡβ顱ҳۿһһֺ̹ھʮԾԹΪĵ齭޵

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ChinesePremierLiKeqiangarrivesintheAustraliancapitalofCanberraWednesdaynightforanofficialvisit.[Photo/Xinhua]"Iwastoldthatforitsnationalemblem,Australiapicksakangarooandanemu,twonativeAustralianspecies.Neitherofthetwolikesmovingbackwardbutonlyforward,symbolizingadynamiccountrythatalwaysmovesforwardinprogress,"thepremiersaidinthearticleentitled"WeWanttoWorkwithYouforProgressandPeace".Thepremiersaidthatthetwocountrieshavebuiltuptrustandmanageddifferencesinthespiritofequalityandmutualrespectsincetheestablishmentofdiplomaticties.ChinaandAustraliatiedtheknot45yearsagoin1972.LisaidtheChinesepeopleadmireAustraliansfortheirperseveranceandcouragetoforgeaheadastheAustraliannationalanthemsays"leteverystageinhistoryspageadvanceAustraliafair".Healsosaid"advance"isasharedkeywordinbothcountriesnationalanthemsandheisconfidentthatthetwopartnerswillcontinuetomoveforwardastheyhavechosenwhileworkingtogethertoaddressglobalinstabilitywithstability.ȥ10¼췽켯ϺʱºٴѶʽĵӦԲѵĽػѵٵڵĺĸӳѵйʵķԾ

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ЩרҵѾתʶʼֳ߽ı̺ѾϰߵĴͳӢʽ廯ıʽܶʱ޷ʵʩЧǰʮ塱洬˫ءͺҵԴǩʽũҵThestorylineofthenewfilm,entitledYing(literallytranslatedas"Shadow"),isbeingkeptsecret.Zhangpolishedthescriptoveraperiodofthreeyears,whilethepreparationsforfilmingoccupiedoneyearbeforethecamerasstartedrolling.VillageRoadshowPicturesAsiaandLeVisionPicturesareco-producingit.DuringapublicappearanceattheLoyolaMarymountSchoolofFilmandTVinLosAngeleslastmonth,Zhangmentionedhewasworkingonathen-untitledhistoricaldramafocusingontheThreeKingdomsperiodinChinesehistory,whichreferstoa60-yearspaninthe3rdcentury,whentheKingdomsofWei,ShuandWudominatedwhatareasoftoday"sCentral,SouthandEastChina.IthasbeenreportedthatYingfocusesontheKingdomofShu.ActorsDengChao,HuJun,WangQianyuan,GuanXiaotongandWangJingchunalongwithZhangYimou,CEOofLeVisionPicturesZhangZhaoandEllenEliasoph,PresidentandCEOofVillageRoadshowPicturesAsiashowedupatthelaunchceremonyofthefilminBeijinglastSaturday.ItwasannouncedthatactorsZhengKaiandWuLeiarealsoinvolvedintheproject,whiletopactressGongLiisalsorumoredtobejoininglater.FilmingwilllasttwomonthsattheHanCityStudio,Zaoyangcity,Hubeiprovince.ZhangYimou"slastsignificantChinese-Americanco-productionTheGreatWallhassofarbeenacolossaldisappointment,receivingmixedreviewsandmakingonly$44.75millionintheNorthAmericanmarketand$170millioninChina.TheHollywoodReportersuggestedinoneofitsreportsthatthestudiosinvolvedmaysufferatotallossofmorethan$75million.Related:

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