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A boat sits atop a building in Otsuchi, Iwate Prefecture, Japan, Tuesday, March 22, 2011, following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami which devastated a vast area of northeastern Pacific coast of Japan. If human beings really are smart enough to survive, we don’t need extremists, but leaders who can help us prepare for extreme events. But here’s the problem: Extremely rare events by definition provide precious few data points. Sleep-deprived pundits working overtime on the unfolding crisis in Japan have been circling around but not landing on the underlying philosophical problem: How does one predicate a science or public policy on what statisticians in search of data points would call a very small N? Now add to this problem the fact that some of these extremely rare events have huge and devastating implications. To earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, chemical plant disasters, hurricanes, and nuclear meltdowns, some would add to this dispiriting list the risks of asteroid impacts, nanotechnology, synthetic biology, and computer takeovers, not to mention the cumulative physical, environmental, political, and sociological effects of climate change. The main problem here is one of values: How should a society allocate resources to prepare for these low-probability, high-magnitude events? But there is some hopeful news for us empiricists: Disasters are hard to prepare for but not impossible to predict. By clicking and submitting a comment I acknowledge the Science Progress Privacy Policy and agree to the Science Progress Terms of Use. Science Progress proceeds from the propositions that scientific inquiry is among the finest expressions of human excellence, that it is a crucial source of human flourishing, a critical engine of economic growth, and must be dedicated to the common good. More than 18,000 people are believed to have been killed by the earthquake and tsunami tidal wave that swept through the country leaving a trail of destruction in its path.Details of the fuel storage at the power plant emerged in the records a presentation by Tokyo Electric Power Co to a conference organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency. The cascade of safety-related failures at the Fukushima plant is already strengthening the hand of reformers who argue that Japan's nuclear power industry will have to see sweeping changes from the top.Between 2005 to 2009 Fukushima had the highest accident rate of any big Japanese nuclear plant, according to data collected by the Japan Nuclear Energy Safety Organization. Nuclear industry analysts say an even more pressing question concerns the storage of fuel rods. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. Tang Xianzu and William Shakespeare were contemporaries and both masters of their craft, who coincidentally died in the same year. Scholars who specialize either in Tang or Shakespeare are having a field day looking for similarities between the two as the anniversaries of their deaths are marked in the United Kingdom, China and around the globe. There is even a student production, a mashup of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream and Tang's A Dream Under the Southern Bough, which will be presented in Leeds and Edinburgh in the UK, and in three Chinese cities.
Japanese scholar Aoki Masarut was the first to draw a link between the two in his 1943 book A History of Chinese Literary Thought, yet, dying in the same year, 1616, is not reason enough to lump them together. While nobody in the English-speaking world can hold a candle to Shakespeare, Tang was just one of the greats of Chinese drama. Both Tang's and Shakespeare's plays were meant for the stage, but they served different audiences. Tang's lines were sung mostly at family theaters at a time when aristocrats and retired officials were patrons of the arts who owned and ran their own entertainment troupes. Though no one can touch the Bard in scope and richness, there is one area where Tang shines, and that is in the use of dreams, not only as a plot device but also a philosophical tool. His quartet of plays all build on dreams, often hinting that life as we know it is empty and all the clamor for power eventually amounts to nothing. In The Peony Pavilion, his most renowned play, Tang elevated the dream to a level that Sigmund Freud would have recognized.
Even though Liu, the young man, had dreamed of her, it is his discovery of her portrait three years after her death that plants the seeds of obsession.
It is ironic that the eroticism permeating the play and the eventual resuscitation of the female lead from her grave seem toned down or removed for the sake of political correctness, depriving the tale of its psychological depth and reducing it to pure romance. Of all Shakespeare's works, the dream features most prominently in A Midsummer Night's Dream. For the deux-ex-machina happy ending, Pavilion is evocative of sadness that is absent from Shakespeare's Dream. Shakespeare was a professional dramatist while Tang was a civil servant who happened to pen a few plays and thousands of poems. They both represent peaks in culture, but we should refrain from measuring which peak is higher and focus instead on what's unique about each of them. How can we free ourselves of the limitations of culture so that we can have better exchanges? The comparison of Tang and Shakespeare can serve as a point of departure for meaningful conversations about art, literature and cultural inspirations, rather than being an end in itself. Actors perform William Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream during an event to celebrate St George's Day in London on Saturday.
China's weather authority canceled its blue alert on Sunday as rainstorms in hard-hit areas started to weaken.
Pan Jingsu, deputy mayor of Baoding and chief of the city's public security bureau, has been put under investigation on suspicion of serious violations of Party discipline, the province's discipline inspection commission said on Sunday. A firefighter died in a chemical warehouse fire that raged from Friday morning until the early hours of Saturday, the provincial fire department confirmed on Saturday. Police have arrested 62 people for committing what they believe is the biggest telecom fraud case ever in China. A Harvard Sinologist has completed the first English translation of the complete works of poet Du Fu of the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907).
Editor's Note: Economists attending a recent forum organized by the Institute of World Economics and Politics of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing argued that if the government can successfully manage reforms, it is highly likely that China can further release its growth potential to become a high-income economy.
Economists attending a recent economics forum in Beijing argued, however, that if it can successfully manage its reform agenda, it is highly likely that China can overcome the trap. The middle income trap refers to a situation in which an economy is hampered by high wages and the loss of its competitive edge and, therefore, is unable to continue to expand beyond what the World Bank defines as the "middle-income range".
In 1960, 101 countries were defined as middle-income economies by the World Bank, and only 13 of those had become high-income countries by 2008. China's per capita GDP has reached $8,000 and whether it can further release its growth potential to become a high-income economy has been a hot topic among academics. Economists participating in a forum organized by the Institute of World Economics and Politics of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences from April 13 to 14 said China must narrow income inequality and carry out its reform agenda if it wants to avoid falling into the trap. A country that has fallen into such a trap is likely to suffer from two major problems: significant income inequality and bad macroeconomic management, said Wang Xiaolu, an economist with the National Economic Research Institute. Most Latin American countries, for example, experienced hyperinflation from the 1970s to 1990s, which did not occur in East Asian economies, leading to diversified performances of the two groups of economies, he said. Naoyuki Yoshino, dean of the Asian Development Bank Institute, said China should closely monitor the issue of income inequality and use its tax system to narrow the gap. He also urged the government to pay attention to State-owned enterprises that are losing money because their deficits will strain local governments and the banking sector, ultimately affecting the overall health of the economy. China still has a lot of growth to realize, said Justin Yifu Lin, an economist at Peking University and a former World Bank economist. Mingwang Cheng, an economist at the School of Economics and Management at Shanghai-based Tongji University, said that although China may have lost its competitive edge in cheap labor, "the reform of the system, the perfection of the market and the bonus of the human capital promotion still exist", leading to great opportunities for economic expansion. China has become more innovative and it has more than 100 Global Fortune 500 enterprises, laying a solid foundation for its economy to continue to expand, said Keun Lee, an economist at Seoul National University. It is reassuring that the Gini coefficient, which gauges wealth inequality, has started to decline, he said, predicting that China will successfully overcome the middle-income trap. China's Investment 2016, issued by JIC Institute of Investment Research, notes that insufficient investment demand is the leading factor in China's economic downturn, but the tide is likely to turn during the year.
After several years of decline, investment is expected to stabilize then pick up later this year. Zhang Liqun, a macro-economy researcher with the Development Research Center of the State Council, said the central government will finally see the results of the efforts it has made to stabilize growth since 2012.
According to the report, major investment opportunities this year lie in three major areas: independent innovation, industry upgrades and changes in consumption. Innovation is key to the transition from an economy that has been inefficient and environmentally unfriendly into one that better meets the country's needs across industries, as outlined by the central authorities. Recently launched national strategic plans, including "Made in China 2025" and "Internet Plus", will propel the economy forward by fueling the development of industries that add value, are knowledge - and technology-intensive and are green and low-carbon. As to consumption, the State Council issued two guidance documents in December to promote trends that will drive economic growth from investment and exports to consumption. International evidence indicates that when a country's per capita GDP exceeds $5,000, consumption habits change and people spend more on culture, entertainment and health. Since China's per capita GDP has reached $8,000, there will be abundant investment opportunities to meet changing trends in consumption. According to a market review by the research institute, investors should focus on the foreign exchange market, the stock market, the real estate market in first-tier cities and fixed income trust products. The foreign exchange market is likely to see more opportunities this year despite turbulence.
Downward interest rates and the implementation of a registration-based IPO system should lead China's stock market to slowly bottom out with fluctuations this year. But investors, whether organizations or individuals, face the common challenge of asset allocation in various fields. On the demand side, due to the Central Bank's successive interest rate cuts since 2014 and the drastic stock plunge in the latter half of last year, a huge amount of capital is seeking financial assets with relatively higher returns as well as lower risks. On the supply side, investments with high returns in the past, such as real estate, show declining investment returns that will continue to fall this year. Li Yang, president of the National Finance and Development Laboratory, suggests investors pay attention to the urban infrastructure field, which has "real potential and real problems" in China.
China's debt-for-equity swaps, designed to shed 1-trillion-yuan ($154 billion) worth of underused capacity, have raised numerous questions about how the government will resolve the bad debts of inefficient companies, Caixin magazine recently reported. Discussions about how China will deal with insolvent State-owned enterprises have been ongoing for months, but Caixin's report on Monday was the first to outline the scope of the plan to convert nonperforming, problematic and "normal" loans on the banks' balance sheets to shares in distressed companies. Premier Li Keqiang indicated earlier that this would be a top-down, national strategy to alleviate the companies' repayment pressures, not a piecemeal response. There is similar precedent from just a year ago, when the central government allowed indebted local governments to issue 3.2 trillion yuan in low-yield bonds to swap for existing high-cost debt.
Both cases are bailout plans with Chinese characteristics, highlighting the central government's persistent aversion to defaults and liquidation. Bankers with the knowledge of Beijing's plan assured Caixin that only those companies with promising prospects that are suffering short-term distress would be included in the plan. For example, how will zombie firms be identified, versus those promising companies that deserve bailouts?
Egypt and Kenya are hoping an influx of Chinese visitors will provide a major boost to their tourism industries this year, according to senior officials in both nations.
As many as 200,000 Chinese are expected to travel to Egypt this year as its tourism market continues to recover, says Samy Mahmoud, head of the General Authority for Tourism Promotion in the north African country.
More than 125,000 tourists arrived from China last year, up from 64,000 in 2014, he says, adding that the number is expected to rise further, with travelers attracted by popular sites such as the pyramids at Giza and ancient temples. He says about 15 flights from Chinese cities land in Cairo, Luxor and Hurghada every week, while Egyptian travel agencies are working with counterparts in China to promote its destinations.
Since the 2011 uprising that toppled former leader Hosni Mubarak, Egypt has been in political, economic and social chaos, causing recession to its tourism industry, one of the main sources of the country's national income and foreign currency reserves. The Russian airplane crash in North Sinai in October also dealt a heavy blow to the industry, with several countries, including Britain and Russia, suspending all flights to Egypt.
However, Mahmoud says Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Egypt in January "sent a positive message" that "Egypt is safe and everything is under control".
He says his government is working hard to breathe life into the ailing tourism industry with promotion campaigns. As a result, he says, the number of Arab tourists in January and February was up 45 percent on the same period last year, while those from Ukraine and Poland are good.
He explains that the target is to attract 9 million tourists this year, rising to 20 million annually by 2020.
Meanwhile, Kenya is to extend its tourism marketing campaign beyond Beijing to woo visitors from more cities, according to Jacinta Nzioka-Mbithi, acting CEO of its national tourism board. According to data from her office, about 29,000 Chinese visited Kenya last year, down from 33,000 in 2014.
She says more than 35,000 Chinese tourists are expected to visit her country this year and that early indications are positive.
The central government has been trying to revive the tourism industry, as terror attacks by al-Shabaab militants in recent years have kept visitors away. The latest innovative technologies, products and development models from Shanghai's Zhangjiang National Innovation Demonstration Zone are on display at the fourth China (Shanghai) International Technology Fair from Thursday through Saturday.
Approved by the State Council in 2011, the Zhangjiang demonstration zone now has 22 industry parks across Shanghai. The E-Spyder developed by Yuneec Co is an electric-powered aircraft, receiving airworthiness certificate in Germany in 2013.
In addition to the new technologies, products and development models from Zhangjiang, a number of joint innovation achievements between Zhangjiang and regions with collaboration with Zhangjiang are on display at the fair. More than 30 representative enterprises and institutions from the industry parks under the Zhangjiang demonstration zone are present at the event.
They are exhibiting their latest technologies, products and services relating to advanced equipment manufacturing, the new generation of information technology, biomedicines, new materials, Internet plus and big data, with some having an international influence, according to the zone's officials.
The cutting-edge technologies and products on show include a superconducting single photon detector developed by the Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology under the Chinese Academy of Sciences, an electric aircraft that has the world's first electric power certificate for a manned aircraft, a medical big data network which connects hospitals and medical laboratory, an internationally leading capsule endoscope robot system, and an underwater robot. Other leading technologies and products on display also include PET-CT medical imaging equipment, a new cross-laminated timber building material and intelligent fiber-laser marking machines for advanced manufacturing.
Some entertainment products that are interactive with visitors, such as virtual reality products and split-type televisions are also in the exhibition.
In addition, Zhangjiang has an exhibition area to show its globalization strategy and its role in driving regional development.
In February, the Shanghai Zhangjiang Boston Enterprise Park was jointly launched by the management committee of the Zhangjiang National Innovation Demonstration Zone and the US-China Partnership Committee in Boston, Massachusetts.
The park in Boston aims to provide a site for sharing innovative resources between China and the United States, to bring more professionals, technology, enterprises and capital to Shanghai and increase technological cooperation in technological, market expansion and capital operations between China and the United States.
Zhangjiang has worked on building new service platforms for science and technology professionals. Zhangjiang also serves national development strategies, including the Belt and Road Initiative, the Yangtze River Economic Belt, the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei integration program, by exploring ways to establish cross-regional development with other cities. For example, following the country's Belt and Road Initiative, Zhangjiang has joined in the construction of the Lanbai Science and Technology Innovation Pilot Zone in Gansu province. Focusing on biomedicine and energy industries, the Zhangjiang park has established a technology transfer center and an enterprise incubator in the Lanbai zone. Zhangjiang has also set up the Zhangjiang-Zhangjiakou High-Tech Industry Park in Hebei province.
With a planned area of 25.4 sq km, the Zhangjiakou park focuses on developing the new-generation information industry and industries for new energy, energy saving, environmental protection, intelligent manufacturing, healthcare and winter sports equipment.
In addition, Zhangjiang has established a partnership with Suzhou in Anhui province, to strengthen collaboration between China's eastern and central regions. The management committee of the Zhangjiang innovation zone reached a cooperation agreement with the Suzhou government, beginning to explore effective ways to promote coordinated regional development, including strengthening cooperation between parks under the Zhangjiang zone and Suzhou's industry zones. Authorities in Zhangjiang hope to use their advantages in branding, capital, technology, personnel, finance and management to help promote Suzhou's development.
Some innovative products from cooperative parks established by Zhangjiang and other cities are on display at the Shanghai International Technology Fair.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon met with President Xi Jinping's special envoy on Thursday on the eve of the Paris Agreement signing ceremony and acknowledged China's contribution to the climate breakthrough.
Xi's special envoy, Vice-Premier Zhang Gaoli, applauded the historical significance of the Paris Agreement and the effort of the United Nations and Ban. High-level officials from more than 165 countries were expected to sign the agreement at UN headquarters in New York on Friday.
Zhang said China, as the largest developing country, recognizes its responsibility and will adhere to a path of innovative, coordinated, green, open and shared development.
China will build more low-carbon cities, push for zero-carbon projects and create a nationwide carbon market, Zhang said. Ban said the UN wishes to increase cooperation with China and together implement the agreement. After the signing ceremony, China will take the necessary steps to ratify the agreement as soon as possible, said Su Wei, director of the Department of Climate Change of the National Development and Reform Commission. On Thursday, a new cooperation effort was launched to help countries in the Southern Hemisphere implement climate agreements reached through the 2015 Paris Climate Conference.
The effort, known as the Southern Climate Partnership Incubator, was launched by the Executive Office of the Secretary-General and the UN Office of South-South Cooperation.
South-South cooperation, which refers to the mutual sharing of resources among developing countries in the Southern Hemisphere, is an important supplement to North-South cooperation, Xie said in prepared remarks.
Speaking on behalf of the Group of 77 - a group of developing countries at the UN including China - Virachai Plasai, Thailand's permanent representative at the UN, said South-South and triangular cooperation are "dear to the heart of the Group".
Plasai said he hopes to see "the momentum created by this initiative to promote South-South and triangular cooperation carrying on in other important areas apart from climate change". All 45 Taiwan telecom fraud suspects who were repatriated to China from Africa on April 13 have confessed, Xinhua News Agency reported on Thursday. Chen added that each year wire fraud criminals from Taiwan obtain more than 10 billion yuan ($1.55 billion) from the Chinese mainland, despite repeated crackdowns launched by both sides of the Straits. On Thursday, the day after it arrived in Beijing, a 10-member Taiwan delegation visited the house of detention, where 45 suspects from the island are currently held, and it saw the suspects through a monitor.
Chen Wen-chi, leader of the delegation and a cross-Straits legal affairs official in Taiwan, said in an interview with Xinhua that "all of the Taiwan suspects are in good condition. The delegation also visited the detention house's medical facilities and was informed that the suspects' legal rights have been protected - many have already met with their lawyers. She said the delegation will convey the information provided by mainland police to the judicial department in Taiwan, and the island will cooperate with the mainland on cracking down on cross-Straits telecom fraud. After releasing 20 fraud suspects who were deported from Malaysia on Saturday, citing a lack of evidence, Taiwan police arrested 18 of them on Thursday and restricted the remaining two from leaving the island, as clues have been detected. For Japan's victimized Asian neighbors, the shrine remains tainted by its association with the war, although it ended more than 70 years ago. On Thursday, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe offered a "masakaki" ceremonial tree to the shrine in Tokyo. Asked on Thursday afternoon about Abe's ritual offering to the shrine, Hua said that Japan is urged to "take practical action to win back the trust of its Asian neighbors and the international community".
On Friday, South Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman Cho June-Hyuk said in a statement that the shrine glorifies Japan's past colonizing of neighbors and its war of aggression, and he urged its politicians to properly face up to history. Lyu Yaodong, an expert on Japanese diplomacy at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, said that as Japan will host the G7 summit next month, Abe did not personally visit the shrine, but instead honored it with a gesture "politically intended to satisfy countries such as the United States, who defeated Japan in World War II, and are now in the G7". Japan's ties with China and South Korea were seriously impaired in 2013 after Abe visited the shrine by himself, which also triggered complaints from Washington. In another development, China's General-Consulate in Fukuoka has transferred 135 Chinese students, Chinese residents and other foreigners from Kumamoto prefecture, which was hit by earthquakes, to other places in the Kyushu region. The general-consulate closed its emergency response headquarters in Kumamoto on Friday, one week after the earthquakes, according to Consul General Li Tianran. The overall employment situation in China during the first quarter was stable, despite downward pressure on the economy.
An additional 3.18 million urban jobs were created in the first three months of 2016, said ministry spokesman Li Zhong at a news conference on Friday. The new jobs created have canceled out job losses brought about by the slowing economy and the restructuring of the manufacturing sector. However, when compared with last quarter, the labor market is grim, with fewer vacancies and a smaller number of jobs created. Zeng Xiangquan, dean of the School of Labor and Human Resources at Renmin University of China, said there are still unpredictable factors in the domestic macroeconomic situation.


He said the job market was still in a weak recovery state due to deflationary pressure and the doldrums of the real economy.
The demand for workers in central and western parts of China fell during the first quarter of the year in the wake of those regions taking steps to reduce excess industrial capacity in the labor-intensive energy and manufacturing industries. According to a report about the job market jointly released by the Chinese human resources website Zhaopin and the China Institute for Employment Research on Thursday, the demand for labor in the western region dropped 3 percent in comparison to the same period last year. The eastern region had a better time, seeing a 5 percent growth in the demand for workers, despite the slowing economy. The report said the task of reducing excess industrial capacity is a top priority in many provinces.
China's economy is expected to face extra pressure as additional excessive industrial capacity is shed, especially in the steel and coal sectors. The moves are in response to the Chinese government's vow to deal with excess capacity and eliminate hundreds of so-called zombie enterprises - loss-making firms in struggling sectors. The province's environmental protection bureau said the concentration of four major pollutants - fine particles, inhalable particulate matter, sulfur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide - decreased during the first three months. The provincial government in Shandong is among the first to participate in the rewards program, which offers compensation for successes and financial punishments for failures in air pollution control. The provincial government has invested more than 300 million yuan since 2014 on encouraging its cities to improve their air. The compensation is essentially offered for lost income because of factories closing or modifying in the pursuit of better quality air. Wang Zuwu, a professor in the School of Resource and Environmental Sciences at Wuhan University in Hubei province, said other provinces and cities could adopt similar incentive schemes to control air pollution, based on their own sources of pollution and their ability to offer compensation. However, Wang also pointed out that the quality of air quality monitoring will also need to be improved, otherwise such schemes would be flawed and rewards and punishments could be inappropriate. Wang also said policy makers should make it clear who must foot the bill for any compensation offered because tax payers should not be left out of pocket. Wang added that experiences from pilot regions, such as Shandong, will give the central government the tools it needs to improve the initiative and promote it nationwide. More than 30,000 people visit the alleyway each weekday, and the number climbs to 50,000 on weekends and has been known to hit 100,000 on public holidays, said the Beijing Municipal Commission of Tourism Development.
The daily influx of visitors greatly outpaces the safe capacity of Nanluoguxiang, which is able to comfortably cope with 17,000 visitors a day, according to the specifications of the national tourism authority. Critics of the currently overcrowded situation say hoards of tourists in the street cause traffic congestion in the neighborhood and leave little room for emergency vehicles or space for an evacuation.
The tourism authorities have also approved removing the alleyway from the city's list of National AAA Grade scenic areas, something it hopes will also reduce the number of visitors.
Nanluoguxiang, which was one of the first 25 historical and cultural street blocks to be protected in Beijing, has a history stretching back more than 740 years. Many tourists sites in the capital, including the Palace Museum, have had to deal with similar problems because of the overwhelming number of visitors and have restricted access.
In the case of the Palace Museum, around 80,000 people a day now visit, following restrictions brought in last year. The Nanluoguxiang area of Beijing is crowded during the Tomb Sweeping Day holiday earlier this month.
China's meteorological authority on Friday maintained a blue alert, the lowest level in its four-tier warning system, in connection with rainstorms that are expected to hit some southern regions. The Ministry of National Defense on Friday dismissed a media report that claimed China had sent a large number of troops to its border with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. A Taiwan court on Friday upheld the death sentence of Cheng Chieh, who was convicted of murder and multiple attempts to kill after carrying out a subway knife attack in 2014. Facing a predicted surge in pregnancies this year following the adoption of the universal second-child policy in China, major hospitals in Beijing are setting aside twice as many beds as usual for woman with high-risk pregnancies. Health authorities in the capital say they will increase the number of obstetrics beds and available staff in public hospitals - and purchase services at private hospitals if necessary - to meet the expected demand, the Beijing Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning said on Monday.
The number of births in Beijing is expected to exceed 300,000 this year, a rise of about 20 percent from the levels of previous years, Fang Laiying, head of the commission, said in November. But, a large portion of those eligible to have a second child are over 40 and likely to face increased risks during their pregnancies, including hypertension, which will pose a greater challenge for hospitals, the commission said.
Local health authorities have responded by stipulating that pregnant women in high-risk groups, such as older women and those with health issues, must give birth at Grade A hospitals, the commission said.
At those top-end obstetrics hospitals, high-risk women will account for 80 percent of admissions, up from the previous 40 percent, the commission said. Health authorities in the capital are also required to offer enhanced monitoring to women in high-risk groups, along with advanced treatment to head off complications during pregnancy, the commission added.
Meanwhile, a citywide network will be developed this year for the treatment and transfer of newborns with serious conditions, the commission said.
About 90 million women in China are newly eligible to have a second baby following the universal second-child policy's implementation on Jan 1.
Chao Wei, a publicity official from Beijing Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital, said more than 70 percent of the pregnant women it admits are now from high-risk groups.
Wu Ya, an official specializing in maternal and child healthcare at the Beijing Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning, said around 5,000 obstetrics beds were available in Beijing hospitals last year.
According to the commission, demand for obstetrics beds was 108 percent of capacity last year at Grade A hospitals in the capital, meaning all regular beds in obstetrics departments were occupied and that extra beds were added to cope with demand. Wu suggested women with low-risk pregnancies should favor smaller, less busy hospitals and doctors will refer them to larger ones if necessary. According to Chen Zhongqiu, director of the Dongguan bureau of commerce, the city government invests more than 2 billion yuan ($307 million) annually on developing science and technology, plus another 1 billion yuan on attracting world-class talent. In addition to luring direct foreign investment, the city government is prioritizing development of its exhibitions and conventions sector - with more than 100 international exhibitions, fairs, conventions and related events held there every year, Chen said. The development of Dongguan as an exhibition and convention center is helped by its location, between Guangdong's capital, Guangzhou, and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. The 2016 China Processing Trade Products Fair, which opened in Dongguan on Thursday, is an example of the sort of event that offers a platform for the city to expand Sino-foreign cooperation.
According to Chen, special seminars, lectures and industrial summits will also beheld during the fair to help domestic processing firms upgrade their industrial structures.
Dongguan will also organize the annual Guangdong 21st Century Silk Road International Expo in October, which is aimed at expanding cooperation between nations and regions along the ancient maritime Silk Road. Last year, the city's GDP reached more than 620 billion yuan ($95.8 billion), while its foreign trade volume came to more than $160 billion, making Dongguan one of the top five exporter cities on the Chinese mainland.
Gabor Nagy, director of the Hungary-China Economic and Cultural Co and former deputy head of the Hungarian embassy in China, predicts a bright future for Dongguan if the city government focuses on science, technology and innovation. And Ragnar Balduson, minister-counselor and vice-minister of the Icelandic embassy in China, said great changes had occurred in Dongguan since he first visited the city in 1998. For about a decade, residents of the Luohu district of Shenzhen, Guangdong province, watched a ritual every evening at dusk as a fleet of taxis spiraled along a narrow mountain road and entered Dawang at the foot of Wutong Mountain. Lured by the good money, many drivers in the village have abandoned their taxis and started working for private companies, such as Didi Chuxing and Uber.
About 1,000 people in the village are now employed exclusively by Didi Chuxing, according to an article published on FiftyKM, one of the company's accounts on WeChat, a popular instant-messaging platform. Full-time drivers are only allowed to use private vehicles, so every defection means one taxi fewer on the roads. However, while the new services are popular with the public, their sudden market dominance, which has resulted in the need to recruit more drivers, has raised questions about passenger safety. A report published by the Shen-zhen Transportation Commission estimates that 1,425 drivers working for online platforms have a history of drug abuse, and 1,662 had serious criminal records before taking up their current jobs, raising questions about screening procedures.
The city government has pledged to step up efforts to regulate the emerging industry to ensure fair competition and passenger safety. When contacted by China Daily, Didi Chuxing declined to discuss the findings outlined in the commission's report. The new services have hit the traditional taxi industry hard, with drivers complaining that the rise in the number of private cars for hire has lured away customers and severely affected business.
Huang Youren, director of the Shenzhen Xihu Taxi Operating Management Center, said the city's cab drivers are losing significant revenue, and taxi companies are struggling to cope with the exodus of drivers, according to a report in the Shenzhen Special Zone Daily in July. While taxies and cab drivers are subject to strict scrutiny before they can operate on the roads, it is illegal for private cars to carry passengers for profit, according to Huang.
The situation has resulted in a growing number of taxi drivers from Youxian leaving the sector after more than 10 years. In 2000, 15,000 yuan was a huge salary, given that the average monthly wage for workers in Shenzhen was just 1,920 yuan.
However, when the five-year lease expired, Li and his partner received just 50,000 of their initial outlay because the remaining 200,000 yuan had been deducted to pay for depreciation of the taxi. Recognizing a potential boost for the local economy, the government of Youxian encouraged the county's financial institutions to support the drivers, some of whom received low-interest loans that financed contracts for cabs. After years of building their businesses during Shenzhen's boom-time, the group gradually grew wealthy, boosting Youxian's economy. A man in a smart blue shirt and black jacket walked out of a small restaurant and headed for a silver Honda. Although most of the drivers have lived in Shenzhen for more than a decade, they are still more accustomed to life in their hometown. A woman walks along a street lined with taxis in Dawang village, Shenzhen, Guangdong province, in February. The village sits at the foot of Wutong Mountain, the highest point in the city, and on weekends and holidays, hordes of Shenzhen residents visit to climb the mountain and breathe the clean air. Unlike many urban villages scattered around Shenzhen, Dawang is removed from the hustle and bustle of the metropolis. Hou Qinghong, a taxi driver from Youxian, told me that living conditions in Shenzhen's urban villages are poor, but the cost of living is low.
They are the men and women who do the leg work, much of it tedious, unglamorous and unheralded, that will eventually bring some of China's most sought-after criminal fugitives to justice. One of them, Holden Triplett, is an FBI special agent stationed in China whose life and career have taken him on an odyssey from a small town in Kansas to Texas, California, New York and Moscow before landing him in Beijing about 18 months ago.
That career path has also taken him from a position as an associate with two highly respected law firms to the less lucrative, if more fulfilling, rank of embassy attache. For Triplett, the decision to make that career change essentially came down to one set of numbers, Sept 11, 2001, and one word, patriotism. His sympathy for the nearly 3,000 victims and solidarity with his fellow citizens put Triplett on his present career trajectory.
After serving in New York for nearly seven years, an opportunity arose for him to use his Russian as an assistant legal attache in Moscow for two years before being posted to Beijing as a legal attache in 2014. Triplett's arrival in Beijing coincided with an increasing degree of law-enforcement collaboration between China and the United States, including the capture and return of Chinese criminals who had fled to the US. Triplett said he handled nearly 200 cases last year involving a wide range of crimes, including China's "most wanted" economic crimes fugitives. One of the difficulties of any international cooperation, Triplett said, is the complexities of the distinct legal systems. However, juggling legal systems and two countries' different norms can be very difficult, "and then some", he said. For example, obtaining the tax records of a suspect in China is relatively simple and usually takes a few days, but getting financial records can be extremely laborious, he said. Apart from adjusting to the legal environment, he has also had to get used to inconveniences, such as time differences that create long work days. However, such drawbacks do not diminish his commitment to the work or his job satisfaction. The parrot, a palm cockatoo named Huizai, or Gray Boy, had been harassed by other birds living in the Nanjing Hongshan Forest Zoo.
The loss of its beak not only affected the parrot's looks, but also its confidence and appetite.
Cheng Wangkun, a veterinarian, came up with the idea of using 3-D technology to rebuild Huizai's beak. Huizai regained consciousness soon after the hour-long operation and was drinking water and eating food within moments, according to his keepers. My wife and I love any excuse to get out of the house early, and on a special occasion we will often eat out for breakfast. With a pleasant terrace and some beautiful cherry blossoms nearby, it is quite pleasant just sitting, sipping your coffee here and watch the world go by. This is definitely the most expensive of my list but I still think it is value for money when you consider the quality of the produce. 1 Yen Coin – What is its fate?Next time you are having lunch with your Japanese colleagues, and have one of those awkward moments where no-one has a good topic to tide over until the food arrives, try asking them their thoughts on the 1 yen coin. Australia, Brazil, Finland, Israel, Holland, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and England have all abolished at least their smallest denomination in the last 20 years (several had 2 cent equivalent coins, which have gone as well). The rational solution is easy (to implement and to understand by the public), and has been proven (see above) as a widely accepted method of ridding the country of the production and management overheads and the burden on the economy – not to mention the teeth-clenching hair-pulling frustration that it gives consumers, businesses and banks alike. Alongside the emotional attachment to the 1 yen coin, there are other potentially stronger factors that could yet lead to its demise, more quickly than people may realize. Don Quijote’s 1 yen box for free use at the registerThe ever popular discount retail store, Don Quijote (???????) has for the last 10 or more years taken matters of dealing with the stress of 1 yen coins into their own hands. Better yet, name one with a CEO and a Chairman who both have MBAs from different, well respected US Universities? So how many of you are assuming that I’m talking about a little dot com that you’ve never heard of? After only two years at the helm, Shioda had the guts to become chairman and choose someone from outside of the company (and outside of his family!!) to replace him as CEO.
But perhaps what is more interesting is what Shioda did to the rest of the management team while he was CEO. Takashi Tsutsui1) Takashi Tsutsui (?? ??) – Former CEO of JASDAQ and an ex-director of Nomura.
Toshimasa Iue2) Toshimasa Iue (?????) – Former CEO of Sanyo Electric and Grandson of Toshio Iue, the founder. Shinichi Tanzawa3) Shinichi Tanzawa (?????) – Former CFO of Fanuc who became a board member (of Fanuc) in his 40s! While it is generally hard to get insight into the politics behind Japanese mergers their acquisition of Shin-nikkei was particularly noteworthy. For those of you who can read Japanese, here is a link to a guy who has done tests for both speed and latency in three different locations. If you doubt the statistical relevance then take a look at this guy’s chart in the middle of his page with 10 readings taken in the same location. There is one other key factor that is swaying my decision and it has nothing to do with speed or cost.
If you don’t want to deal with the issues surrounding jailbreaking then your other option is to buy a SIM-unlocked iPhone direct from Apple. Salt - Are you getting enough?Who was it that made salt the scapegoat in the worlds rush to explain the cause of high blood-pressure? Ever since Japan introduced the Ion-exchange Membrane Electro-dialysis Method (????????) of salt production in 1971 the vast majority of these minerals have been removed from table salt. Natural Sea Salt ProductionIf you are as cynical as I am then you are probably already wondering why on earth we all have taken for granted the fact that more salt leads to higher blood pressure. To his credit, Murakami then goes on to quote numerous academics whose unsung research actually points out the fact that there is no obvious correlation between salt intake and high bloodpressure.
While there probably isn’t a lot of research supporting it, he does point out a few reasons why the logic might apply more to Japanese than people living in other countries. Yumenoshima - Likely the only tropical waterfall in TokyoI will freely admit that I was clutching at straws as I tried to excite myself about our plan to visit a botanical garden built on an reclaimed island created by years and years of Tokyo rubbish.
The Botanical Gardens are enclosed in a huge glass dome and specialize in tropical plants from the Amazon, S.E.
Just like you’d expect in a tropical environment, you walk down paths surrounded by huge trees – the palms that are as high as the roof are amongst the most spectacular.
I can also guarantee that it will probably be the first and last time you see a waterfall in Tokyo – especially one that you can walk behind (picture below). If the weather isn’t that bad when you go, there are also lots of other great facilities to keep your kids running around and entertained. If it is pretty cold but you are still looking for something to do to kill a few minutes on the way back to the station then you can go visit the Fukuryu-Maru Museum (????????, daigo fukuryumaru tenjikan) for free. Colosseum of grass at YumenoshimaI didn’t have time to check it out, but the island also has a rather unfortunately named sporting facility called BumB. I don’t know if it was because of the really low expections I had before I arrived but I thoroughly enjoyed our day out at Yumenoshima. The easiest way to get there is to walk (15 leisurely stroll through the park) from Shin-Kiba Station (JR Keiyo Line, Rinkai Line, Subway Yurakucho Line). If you can understand Japanese then it is definitely worth asking for one of the free tours as the guides are very knowledgeable and will tell you a few interesting stories behind the plants that you wouldn’t have known otherwise.
This incredible documentary is the first of its kind to air in Japan, with professionally commentated and chronologically compiled footage of the massive earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster that was to follow.
It starts with a 20 minute sequence of the progressive destruction of one single city, that had 19 cameras (some amateur, and some fixed) positioned around the bay. The main program then starts, with detailed stories and descriptions of different people’s accounts. In part three of this series, I wrote a bit about travelling with a baby in Japan on planes.
A survey of nearly 13,000 people by JAF and the police (????????????????????) in 2007 found that less than half of parents used a baby seat for their child in their car and a whopping 11.5% felt that hugging their child was adequate protection in case of a car crash (in America this is known as the “child crusher position”).
Even amongst parents using child seats, only a scary 36.5% were able to fasten it correctly to their car seat (most of them had intentionally fitted it loosely and some had just placed it on top of the back seat! All of these ridiculous stats are in spite of the fact that it was made compulsory for children under the age of 6 to use child-seats in cars way back in 2000 (??????71??3). In order to be able to use our car seat in a variety of different cars and taxis, I went to several auto-shops to see if I could purchase a seatbelt extender. Marital advisors, Couple consultants, pre-marital counsellors, and the like are extremely rare in Japan.
While she dons a different sword to Takamori Saigo, her great, great, great uncle, it might be fair to describe her as the first female samurai fighting for female sexuality. A common theme amongst many of Saigo’s patients is a feeling of loneliness and an inability to communicate with their husbands about sex and the quality of their relationship in general.
A few of her clients acknowledge that they are the reason behind being sexless as even if they do have sex they don’t enjoy it. One reason for Japanese women and their uncomfortableness with their own sexuality is the taboo surrounding female masturbation. So what about those of us who are puzzled about how sex could have dried up to nothing, when it used to be so great before marriage. So what about the oft quoted Japanese wife who doesn’t want her husband to have an affair but is totally happy with him going off to fuzoku (??, brothels) to satisfy his sexual needs.
One of our readers specifically asked about Saigo’s view on the strategy of coming clean to your wife about your “fling” in order to try to win back her affection through jealousy. I am an empiricist who has spent much of his life teaching and writing about the importance of science, observation, experimentation, and the accumulation of data. There are no “norms” in incidents that take place hundreds, thousands, or even tens of thousands of years apart. Over the last few days, we have been told over and over again that the combination of a 9.0-magnitude earthquake, a tsunami, and a set of three nuclear meltdowns or near meltdowns is unprecedented. Catastrophic events of low probability and high magnitude can be of natural or human sources or the product of some combination of the two. Should we build higher, stronger seawalls or develop rockets with devices that can cause a meteor to swerve a few inches while it is still far enough away from the Earth?


Moreno is the David and Lyn Silfen University Professor at the University of Pennsylvania and a Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress.
The plant's workers were also exposed to more radiation than their peers at most other plants, the data shows. It is said that Japan's safety regulations may have given the power company too much room to manoeuvre as it sought to contain costs.When the quake hit, almost 4,000 uranium fuel assemblies were stored in deep pools of circulating water built into the highest floor of the Fukushima reactor buildings, according to company records.
While Tang's language is extremely baroque and the rhymes and imagery come on like hurricanes, it is a wonder that Shakespeare's vast vocabulary could be understood by those in the Globe Theatre back then. But in a sense, the dream was Tang's stage, where he showed the strutting and fretting of mundane life as well as aspirations for things unattainable. It is the subconscious world of the protagonists, especially Du Liniang, the aristocratic young lady who whiles away her youth in a gilded cage. The forest near Athens is akin to the family garden in The Peony Pavilion, a neighboring quarter that harbors the forces of seduction and sets free the desires of the young.
Born in 1958, Pan, who is a native of Hebei, started his career in the province's water resources department in 1975 before working his way up to become the city's deputy mayor and public security chief in 2012. The 62, including 10 from Taiwan, are suspected of defrauding 117 million yuan ($18 million) from the construction bureau of an economic development zone in Duyun. Stephen Owen spent eight years on The Poetry of Du Fu, a 3,000-page, six-volume translation published by De Gruyter. Pessimists even started to doubt whether China could avoid the so-called middle-income trap. He also said China should have its currency pegged to a basket of currencies to maintain a stable exchange rate. China has the ability to expand its economy through urbanization, increasing infrastructure investment, industrial upgrades, improving environmental protections and pressing ahead with economic reforms, such as reform of the hukou, or household registration system, and expanding coverage of social services, Lin said.
The think tank calculates the growth rate of fixed asset investment at 10 percent this year.
The institute cited a large probability of a strong US dollar and a gloomy global economy, and anticipation the Chinese currency will devalue, although the depreciation range is expected to be modest.
There is a so-called "asset shortage" in which capital has difficulty in finding assets with high returns. During a previous crisis in the late 1990s, the government created four special asset-management companies to buy about 1.4 trillion yuan of soured debt from the banks at face value. Banks bought those bonds grudgingly, knowing long-term relationships with local governments trumped short-term loss. Unlike in the late 1990s, this swap would be more market-oriented, with no state guarantees in the end. Local governments have plenty of reasons to lobby for SOEs in their jurisdictions to be selected. Choosing not to bail out the poor performers carries risk, given that the size of China's nonperforming loans might be far larger than the headlines suggest.
In addition, terror attacks by Islamist militants have marked it as a high-risk area for international travelers. The decline has been attributed to the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa, which affected Kenya's overall international arrivals. These parks cover a total of 531 square kilometers with more than 70,000 science and technology enterprises and more than 1,400 research and development institutes.
To introduce more overseas talent and technologies, the city has established 18 talent incubators in 11 countries, including the US, Singapore, Japan, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, India, Israel and Brazil, covering many science and technology innovation areas.
The move has played a model role for developed regions to support innovative development in the underdeveloped west of China. The first phase of the project, which covers 210,000 square meters, is in operation, with 28 key projects already settling there. Suzhou industry zones will also be incorporated into the development chain of the industry parks under the Zhangjiang National Innovation Demonstration Zone.
Then, on Friday, about 90 Japanese lawmakers, including Internal Affairs and Communications Minister Takaichi Sanae, visited the shrine. We helped each other when the two big earthquakes struck," said Zhu Shihua, a Chinese PhD candidate at Kumamoto University. But the figure was in line with market expectations and remained within the government's targeted range of between 6.5 and 7 percent for 2016.
The region includes Shaanxi province and the Inner Mongolia and Xinjiang Uygur autonomous regions. The restructuring has squeezed the profit margins of related industries in addition to influencing the job market.
An estimated 1.8 million workers are expected to be laid off in the coal and steel sectors. However, local governments in the Shandong cities of Jining and Zaozhuang will have to pay penalties of 4.56 million yuan and 960,000 yuan respectively, because of their deteriorating air quality, the provincial finance bureau said. A lower number of daily visitors would guarantee tourists' safety and the quality of the environment and improve the lives of neighboring residents, said the authority. On Saturday, torrential rain will hit areas south of the Yangtze River, the National Meteorological Center said in a statement on its website. According to a written reply in response to requests from the media, the ministry said the relevant news report was not in accordance with the facts. More than half of them are between 40 and 49, according to the National Health and Family Planning Commission.
New online cab-hailing services have been snapping up business, resulting in many taxis disappearing and being replaced by private cars whose drivers use the new platforms. Few of them are locals, though; and most come from Youxian, a county in the central province of Hunan. We (the drivers) had to find another way to survive," said Li Jianbing, a driver from Youxian who joined Didi Chuxing in September. It has also urged online ride-hailing companies to comply with the law, accept their social responsibilities and resolve problems quickly. He started driving a taxi after a friend told him about the good money in the then lucrative sector. In 2000, Li and his business partner paid a local taxi company a "license fee" of 250,000 yuan for a five-year lease on a cab, and also paid the company a percentage of each month's revenue.
In recent years, rental demand has plummeted, leading to the five-year license fee falling to 90,000 yuan, which is returned in full when the contract ends. The first group arrived in the late 1980s, when Shenzhen's bus companies used the local labor department to recruit dozens of drivers from the county. Some bought properties in the county or in Changsha, the capital of Hunan, while others returned home to start businesses. I bought one of them last month - it cost about 800,000 yuan," said Hou, who left Youxian in 1988, and worked in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, and the Tibet autonomous region before arriving in Shenzhen in 2003. By then, he will have made social security payments in Shenzhen for 15 consecutive years, which means he will be entitled to a pension from the city government when he reaches 60. Youxian has a population of 800,000 and, according to Li, about 100,000 locals now live in Shenzhen; some in Dawang, some in Shixia village in Futian district. She regards them as intelligent and creative entrepreneurs, who have figured out the laws of the taxi market and developed a sound cultural order that has gained wide recognition.
It is a kind of 'cultural reconstruction,'" she said, referring to the way the drovers cooperate to maximize work and revenue. On the roadsides, there are several eateries called Xiangyou - "Xiang" is the abbreviation for Hunan, while "You" represents Youxian - and close by, in front of the Dawang market, three women clasped bags of groceries and chatted in the Youxian dialect.
A Youxian native who works for Didi Chuxing, he had just finished lunch and was about to start the afternoon shift. The long, spiraling mountain road that leads to the village ensures that the jarring noise of the city is kept at bay. A few meters away, several women were playing with their children on the recreational facilities.
It has a slow, leisurely life-style that contrasts sharply with mainstream life in Shenzhen, which revolves around work, fast food and nightlife. A row of private cars was parked along the road, and there were various businesses, including supermarkets, eateries, pharmacies and clothes shops. Some are woshoulou, a term used to describe buildings built so close to each other that the occupants can lean out of the windows and shake hands with their neighbors across the street. Who knows how it will turn out when the government formulates rules for the new industry and Didi Chuxing stops subsidizing car drivers?" he mused. After earning his law degree in 2003 and then working for two law firms for three years, he answered the call of an FBI recruiter and joined its investigations division. Legal attache is the formal position for a special agent representing the FBI in a foreign country. He took Huizai and another parrot of the same size to a 3-D printing company that offered to help for free.
In 1997, when Japan raised consumption tax to an easier and more rounded number (5%), the actual demand for 1 yen coins decreased overnight. Tsutsui helped broker the JASDAQ merger with OSE (Osaka Stock Exchange) in 2008 but quit suddenly at the start of 2009 after disagreeing with OSE on strategy. Shin-nikkei management openly chose JS over Sankyo-Tateyama (a competitor who they had already signed an agreement with) because they felt that only JS was moving fast enough to survive in the industry. If you are a really heavy user then you can actually buy a DoCoMo SIM and achieve the same thing for about 10,000 yen a month.
Here is a rough guide to international iphone 4S prices if you have a friend in one of the countries that offer unlocked phones. We interviewed a professional Japanese relationship consultant for some ideas on what could be the causeAt the beginning we thought it was just us. More problematic still are events that have never taken place but, due to drastically altered conditions, would be largely sui generis—if they ever occur at all. Tell that to the 1,000 human beings who might have been left on the planet after the Toba volcano 70,000 years ago, or the survivors of the Lisbon earthquake in 1755, or the Chernobyl survivors in 1986, or the Bhopal disaster victims, or the residents of New Orleans, or the Haitians, or the Japanese. The physicist Martin Rees and the philosopher Nick Bostrom are among those who have seriously entertained the hypothesis that the parade of perils for which human beings are partly responsible could profoundly disrupt or even virtually eliminate human life over the next century or two. Technology has given us all sorts of canaries that can be strategically placed in coal mines. Fukushima Daiichi had over time been pushing the limits of the plant's capacity to store uranium fuel on site, according to a Tokyo Electric presentation from November 2010 and now circulating among safety experts and environmental critics.The Tokyo Electric researcher who prepared that presentation on the safety of spent fuel at the complex, Yumiko Kumano, could not be reached for comment. But given that the Bard's subject matter runs such a wide gamut, most people, whatever their tastes, could take away something. It is not a conventional love story because she had not seen or known the young man before her pining consumes her. But for Du, that dream, full of erotic innuendo, is a path to the freedom that young women of imperial China were normally denied - to love someone without family intervention.
And both tales can be sung or danced because they lend themselves to other forms of performing arts. The National Meteorological Center predicted heavy rain will linger in Guangdong, Guangxi, Fujian and Yunnan provinces, and in the Tibet autonomous region, on Monday, with precipitation ranging between 50 and 80 millimeters.
He was caught in flames after delaying his evacuation to continue spraying water and to cover other firefighters, the department said. Du Fu, known as China's Sage of Poetry, lived from 712 to 770 and authored more than 1,400 poems. About 30 percent of those bad loans were swapped into equity as directed by the government.
How will the bad loans be properly priced so the conversion is fair for both banks and companies? But turning the swaps into an "all-out" campaign also risks coddling banks and companies, whose irresponsible lending and borrowing over the past decade caused current woes. With the help of such incubators, businesses, projects and teams have been introduced to Zhangjiang. The continuous advancement of industrial upgrading has presented a challenge to our country's labor structure,"Zeng said. Rain is expected to sweep through Hunan, Jiangxi, Guangxi, Guangdong, Guizhou, Zhejiang, Anhui, Fujian and Yunnan. The Chinese military maintains its regular combat readiness and training status along the China-DPRK border, the ministry added. The defendant had no psychological or mental problems when he committed the crime, said the court. A lot of local people are involved in coal transportation, so almost everyone can drive," said taxi driver Hou Qinghong. The Shenzhen media has reported that in 1996 as many as 60 percent of the city's taxi drivers were from Youxian. The others, those who came in the wake of relatives or friends, had to raise the money themselves," Li said.
Not only could I see the majestic Wutong Mountain, but a huge reservoir also appeared before my eyes.
Not far away, a taxi was parked outside an auto repair shop, and two men in blue shirts were changing the tires in unhurried fashion.
Residents don't need to leave the village to buy necessities because all their basic needs can be met by local retailers. Now, I live with my 25-year-old son in a 35-square-meter, one-bedroom apartment in Shixia, but the rent is 1,850 yuan a month," he said. Even if we've got very different systems, we can find a way to make them work together," he said. For some of us the fact that we needed at least 24 months remaning on our visa to sign up for their 2 year contract was the killer. But, if you are a heavy user or you just hate waiting for web pages to pop up then I hate to say it but you should probably be going with au. Depending on a the model you choose it might also cost you more to purchase the iPhone itself through au.
Have you been frustrated about how long it takes for a simple webpage to be displayed on your screen (PC or keitai!). If you go home regularly or do a lot of travelling then you might not be that keen on paying the exhorbatant prices that either company charge you when you are roaming.
Before you buy a SIM unlocked iPhone make sure you read the fine print on Apple’s homepage. And then there is the fact that individual human lives are brief, and even homo sapiens probably have only been around for a couple of hundred thousand years. But even as the Japanese disasters were unfolding, some really dumb legislative proposals were being advanced, laced with transparent politics such as cuts to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s tsunami-sensor program. We're going to have a real debate on this.'On Sunday, Japan continued its battle to avoid large-scale nuclear disaster.
A spokesman for TEPCO declined to comment on its fuel storage decisions and whether they contributed to the crisis.'Our focus now is on responding to the situation at Fukushima,' he said. One can argue that she was not in love with a specific person, but with the notion of love itself, corporal love that can only be suggested in that environment. Despite the use of magical juice, it is not passion that is fueled but an amorous atmosphere in both Shakespeare's Dream and Tang's Pavilion. Pavilion, intended as an opera, has also been adapted as a play but has been less successful. Police said the fraud was masterminded by people from Taiwan who recruited others from the Chinese mainland to make fraudulent phone calls from Uganda. Some of his work had previously been translated into English, and a complete translation was made in German.
Cheng, a 21-year-old college student at the time, stabbed passengers at random on a moving subway train in Taipei, killing four and injuring 22 others in the span of four minutes. He earned 15,000 yuan a month driving a taxi in Shenzhen and was able to repay his creditors in just a few months.
In fact, in 2011, for the first time in 43 years since the first minting of the current design, the Mint of Japan didn’t even produce a single 1 yen coin for general circulation. For others it was the rumors of poor network coverage or just the desire to wait until the spec was a little closer to the Android phones.
Below I’ll walk you through some of the other differences and throw in another option to include, and help you come to your own verdict. The problem is that SoftBank just doesn’t have the network quality to achieve those speeds with the density of users they have online.
Another minor issue is that due to the CDMA network that au uses it is impossible to use both data and voice at the same time.
Our individual memories are short, and so are our collective memories, and so is the experience that our evolution has not fully factored into our psychology. Workers restored electrical power to parts of the plant and brought down radiation levels with a marathon water-spraying operation that, among other things, finally flooded Reactor 4's waste-fuel pool. Many residents living close to sites proposed for storage facilities strongly object to the buildings amid fears of the radiation.A medium-term storage facility for waste from Fukushima Daiichi being built in the small village of Mutsu in northern Japan is not scheduled to open until 2012. The Fukushima Daiichi plant is Tokyo Electric's oldest nuclear facility, and it has been the site of a series of high-profile safety lapses going back a decade.In 2002, TEPCO admitted to safety regulators that it had falsified safety records at the No. One can imagine Liu and Du singing a duet in that forest in the same way Puck would find himself at home in Du's garden.
If, on the other hand, you are an existing au customer and you want the high-end model (64GB) then you will be up for an extra 8,500 yen to purchase the iPhone itself even at the end of your 24 months. The longer the latency is, the longer you have to wait until your key press is even registered by the internets. That said you are unlikely to want to stop using your iPhone just because you are out of Japan. That means that if you are in the middle of a download on your iPhone and you receive a call, it will automatically stop the download to take the call.
But the latest incidents add to a record of safety sanctions and misses at Tokyo Electric - more commonly known as TEPCO - that date back a decade and continued into the weeks before the quake.Under two weeks before Fukushima Daichi was sent into partial meltdown, the power company had told safety regulators it had failed to inspect 33 pieces of equipment at the plant, including a backup power generator, according to a filing.
Both companies now offer free calls between 1AM-9PM to owners of other phones in the same network.
If you are lucky then you will sometimes get a very fast connection speed but the reality is that as soon as other people in the same vicinity are using the SoftBank network at once, the speeds drop dramatically.
Stopping short of restricting yourself to the Wifi in your hotel room, you will want a local SIM card. Oh and better yet because bmobile is a MVNO on the DoCoMo network you get the best quality coverage in the country. On W-CDMA (the network that SoftBank uses) you are able to continue downloading the file while you are talking.
If you think you are wasting your life away waiting for web pages to be displayed then you are destined to sign up with au.
This enables to download a bunch of other interesting apps but every time you upgrade your OS your phone is reset to it’s pre-jailbroken set up.
Energy Department determined that workers at Japan's Tokaimura fuel plant had been given insufficient training before they accidentally touched off an uncontrolled nuclear chain reaction. Three workers were severely injured in the incident, which forced tens of thousands to evacuate.Japan's Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency was established in 2001 in part because of that criticism. But critics have questioned whether it has enough distance from the industry it regulates or the resources it needs. It is a different model (physically) compared to the SoftBank one which is designed for GSM.



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