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A third school in Beijing has reported potential "problems" with its synthetic playground surface as the capital's education authority ordered citywide safety checks on all synthetic playgrounds.
Children allegedly developed symptoms such as nose bleeds, coughing, drowsiness, hair loss, and skin irritation in the past two months at north Beijing's Shangdi Experimental Primary School, parents told thepaper.cn. The latest incident came amid a quality and safety crisis surrounding synthetic sports surfaces at school campuses.
The capital's education authority on Wednesday ordered checks on all synthetic playground surfaces on campuses citywide, Xinhua reported.
The playground in the Shangdi school was renovated last year and the school authority was arranging checks on the surface material, according to a message sent by the school to parents on Monday.
A teacher, requesting anonymity, said less than 10 of the 46 students in her class reported nose bleeds in the past two months.
According to a product testing report released by the school, the playground was made mainly of polyurethane, widely used in the making of outdoor sports surfaces in China.
Industry insiders said quality products don't smell or cause health hazards but some producers might add materials like toluene, lead, and plasticizer, which could bring health problems after prolonged exposure.
The use of synthetic running tracks and man-made surfaces date back 30 years in China, but related testing and quality standards were sometimes found wanting. Without product standards, it's hard to conduct environmental safety checks and introduce standards, specialists said. The body of a Chinese peacekeeper who was killed in a terrorist attack on May 31 at a UN camp in Mali was flown back on Thursday to Changchun, capital city of Jilin province, where his regiment is based.
A military plane carrying Shen Liangliang's body touched down on Thursday afternoon in Changchun. Shen's family, including his parents and elder brother, arrived at the base where Shen served for 11 years. Shen, 29, has been honored as a martyr and will be buried in the Martyrs' Memorial Park in his hometown in Wenxian county in Henan province, the Beijing News said on Thursday. Though overcome by grief, his father, Shen Tianguo, said he was immensely proud of his son and his efforts in helping keep the peace in foreign countries, China National Radio reported on Thursday. After the attack, China called for an immediate and thorough investigation into the attack in Mali and issued a travel warning to Chinese citizens planning to go to Mali.
The Chinese military sent a specialist medical team to Mali on June 2 to join Chinese peacekeepers there and help treat casualties from the attack. In addition to being honored by the military, Shen also has received a posthumous honor on Tuesday from the UN Integrated Multidimensional Mission for Stabilization of Mali.
Since May, the west African country has seen various terrorist acts claiming more than 20 lives, including members of the Malian military forces, UN peacekeepers and civilians working for the United Nations.
More than 730,000 followers track his Weibo account and his videos have accrued thousands upon thousands of likes.
Gulasi, 33, accepted a teaching role in Hohhot in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region in 2010, and hasn't looked back since.
He is now the managing director of the New World Language School in the region, and while he is popular with his own students, his viral videos on social media platform Weibo, have attracted attention from across the nation.
Gulasi said that after he had uploaded the video in the evening, he had about 50 followers. In a recent video Gulasi uploaded to Weibo, he professed his love for China and denounced foreigners who did not share his passion for the country. The 2016 G20 Agricultural Ministers Meeting, which concluded in Xi'an, capital of Shaanxi province, on Friday, also prioritized the importance of innovation, including the innovation of agricultural technologies, commercial models and policies, in the development of the global agricultural sector.
Chinese agriculture minister Han Changfu said one major achievement of the conference is that the G20 countries are planning to establish platforms on agricultural technology innovation and agricultural information technology to enable sharing of innovation programs and technologies. Han said China is willing to share its experience on how the internet has helped the development of agriculture. Jonathan Cordone, deputy under-secretary of farm and foreign agricultural services of the United States, called for open access to data about agriculture and nutrition among G20 countries. Fan Shenggen, director general of the International Food Policy Research Institute, said sharing technologies will help improve grain yield. Internet use will benefit farmers by enabling individual innovation and providing market information, Fan said.
Meanwhile, climate change is also likely to severely damage the global food supply, with grain production in some areas expected to decrease by 50 percent, he said. Justin Trudeau said China was to be congratulated for contributing hundreds of millions of people to the global middle class. The prime minister made the comments during an interview by Brooke Unger, Americas editor for The Economist.
China is Canada's second-largest trading partner, behind only the US, as two-way merchandise shipments totaled C$78 billion two years ago. About 1.5 million of Canada's 35 million people are of Chinese descent, with Mandarin the third most-spoken language after English and French.
The Liberal government succeeded the Conservative government of Stephen Harper and has sought to improve relations with Beijing. China remembers Pierre Trudeau's outreach, according to President Xi Jinping, whom the new PM met at the G20 in Turkey last November. The Climate Leaders Declaration was the outcome of the Second China-US Climate-Smart Low-Carbon Cities Summit, during which attendees discussed strategies and practices for fighting climate change, and signed 27 working agreements and memorandums of understanding. The two countries - the world's largest carbon dioxide emitters - have pledged to take enhanced actions to reduce carbon emissions and increase climate resilience.
According to the declaration, each municipality, county, or region involved pledges to establish or re-establish ambitious and achievable targets and actions to control greenhouse gas emissions, report their greenhouse gas inventories, create a municipal or regional climate action plan to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions, and enhance bilateral partnership and cooperation.
Under the declaration, a further 12 Chinese cities pledged to peak their carbon emissions earlier than the national deadline of 2030, joining the 11 cities and provinces that pledged to peak early at the first summit held in Los Angeles in September last year.
Jiang Zhaoli, deputy head of the department of climate change under the National Development and Reform Commission, said that ambitious goals set at municipal levels will be able to facilitate the implementation of the Paris Agreement, in which cooperation at the municipal level is crucial. Xie Zhenhua, China's chief climate negotiator and former deputy chief of the commission, said he expected the declaration to further advance green and low carbon development in both countries.
Beijing Mayor Wang Anshun presents a big ruyi, an ornament believed to bring good luck, to US Ambassador to China Max Baucus at the closing ceremony of the Second China-US Climate-Smart Low-Carbon Cities Summit in Beijing on Wednesday. The Chinese government will build up a big data platform across the country to better meet the growing demand for health and medical services. The decision was made at an executive meeting of the State Council, China's Cabinet, presided over by Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday.
He mentioned that big data platform is developing quite rapidly in the medical industry in some parts of China, referring to his recent trip to Southwest China's Guizhou province. The central government plans to make medical and health data part of the country's national big data strategy, connecting provincial and lower level platforms in a national health platform that will help improve the government's management of major public health issues and better meet the demand for health and medical services across the country. More efforts will be made to collect medical data and build health information platforms at different levels, which will require efforts from multiple departments. These platforms will make medical consultations more convenient and make medical insurance schemes portable nationwide, allowing for direct expense settlement at the provincial level. The government also plans to strengthen regulation and legislation to ensure the medical big data platforms are secure and protect personal information.
Zhou Bing, executive director of the China Mobile Health Research Institute, said more than 8 billion outpatient treatments are conducted across the country each year, which generates enormous data every day, along with that produced by the nation's 20 million healthcare practitioners and 990,000 medical institutes.
The State Council meeting sends a clear message that medical data will be utilized to provide more convenient and targeted treatment, Zhou said. A national report indicates that Chinese kids have grown rapidly in both height and weight over the past 40 years, with experts calling for more exercise and sleep to ensure children develop healthily. The National Health and Family Planning Commission released the Fifth National Children's Growth Report on Wednesday, which took 161,000 children nationwide under the age of 7 as the sample.
It found that both boys and girls had increased in both height and weight from 1975 to 2015. The obesity rate among children under 7 years old had risen from 3 percent in 2001 to 9 percent last year, according to Zhu. Children who are overweight or obese have a higher risk of diabetes, according to Zhang Ting, deputy director of the Capital Institute of Pediatrics in Beijing. He attributed the two problems to the country's economic development and changes in lifestyle, with youngsters eating more but doing less physical exercise . The commission released a new dietary guideline in May, emphasizing the importance of a balanced diet.
It takes into account the main nutritional problems and eating habits of Chinese, and lays out a nutritious and healthy diet that will help people maintain health and prevent disease. China's first-tier cities are becoming more tolerant toward diverse sexual orientation, experts and business leaders said during a job fair in Shanghai for people identifying as LGBT. The Annual China LGBT Talent Job Fair late last month was the second of its kind to be held in China. Major multinationals, including Starbucks, L'Oreal, PwC, Ford, 3M and Morgan Stanley took part, in addition to a handful of Chinese brands that included Blued, China's largest gay social networking app, and Didi Chuxing, the country's biggest car-on-demand service provider. Bielinski said companies wanting to remain competitive in China need forward thinking and innovative HR programs and policies supporting the LGBT community. Geng Le, CEO of Blued, told China Daily that China has made progress and become more inclusive in recent years. He said the first-tier cities of Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen as well as overseas companies, technological firms and the fashion industry were all very tolerant of LGBT culture. Geng was also one of the bosses looking for employees on a reality TV show for job seekers broadcast by Tianjin Satellite TV. He said his participation in the TV show as an entrepreneur with a company that specializes in the same-sex sector shows how traditional TV has changed in the way it deals with the LGBT community. Li Na, 28, delivered two resumes at the job fair and was seeking a position as an accounting specialist.
A 28-year-old transgender man who goes by the name "Mr C" has become the public face of the fight for equality in China, where sexual and gender minorities are only beginning to emerge from virtual invisibility. The man, who keeps his real name secret to protect his parents' privacy, is fighting his dismissal from a medical testing center in court and is seeking a ruling stating that no one should be discriminated against on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation.
While still relatively conservative, Chinese society has grown gradually more accepting of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people in recent years, particularly among the younger generation. Li Yinhe, a prominent Chinese sexologist, said transgender people in particular are more likely to face workplace discrimination because of how they look and dress. Given the prevailing sentiments, Mr C's case has brought important public scrutiny to long-ignored issues, Li said.
As in Western countries, the business community, rather than the government, is leading the way in China in the push for equal opportunity, said Steven Bielinski, who has organized social events in Beijing and Shanghai to connect employers with members of the LGBT community.
The local government says it will ensure the children, aged 6 to 15, now get a stronger ladder. The youngsters had been using the rattan ladder to travel between their home village and the boarding school they attend. They make the journey once every two weeks and need to trudge through a mountainous area and cross rivers.
Two weeks ago, Beijing News reported that the students from Atuler village, in Liangshan Yi autonomous prefecture, often spend two hours climbing the rock face via a chain of 17 ladders that have been tied together. On Monday morning, when the students and their parents gathered at the cliff so they could climb down the ladder, they were told by a local official that the ladder needs to be checked and strengthened.
According to the Beijing News, the students and parents took another route back to their village, a journey that took six hours. The paper reported that they ran past landslide areas, screamed their way past snakes and walked hand-in-hand through a 50-meter dark tunnel that they illuminated with their parents' mobile phones. The children reached the highway at 12:35 and spent another 20 minutes in a car from the local authority. Lin Shucheng, Party chief of the prefecture, promised to build a steel ladder to replace the rattan one as soon as possible to ensure the safety of the villagers.
And the local government will follow that up by inviting experts to discuss other ways to solve local problems of poverty and transportation, Lin said. Api Jiti, Party chief of Zhimo'er township, which governs Atuler village, said it is unclear which company will make the steel ladder. Api said the students will carry on with their six-hour detour until the new ladder is installed.
Jike Jinsong, an official with the Zhaojue county government, said it would cost about 60 million yuan ($9.1 million) to build a road to connect the village with two other remote villages. It would also be unrealistic to relocate the village to a more accessible site farther down the mountain because the villagers would lose access to their land and the source of their income, he said.
Wang Rulin, the province's top official, commended the anti-graft efforts that have borne fruit since September 2014, in an interview with the website of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, a transcript of which was published on Tuesday. Communications between Party authorities and officials are crucial to preventing misconduct and nipping corruption in the bud, he said in the interview.
Sweeping nationwide anti-graft initiatives that began in late 2012 snared a long list of officials in the province, most of whom were in charge of distributing Shanxi's coal resources. Seven provincial-level officials were investigated in 2014 - with about one-third of Shanxi's top decision-making body. In addition, 45 city-level officials and a total of 15,450 officials were disciplined in Shanxi during that year.
Ling Jihua, a former State level official who was from Shanxi province, was prosecuted last month for allegedly taking bribes, illegally obtaining State secrets and abuse of power. Along with Ling's downfall, the so-called Shanxi Gang, a cabal of corrupt officials from the province, has been broken up and is often held up as a warning for all government officials to avoid being part of "cabals and cliques". China is putting stricter rules in place around soil pollution to make sure polluting companies are prevented from creating toxic environments for residential communities, schools and hospitals, ensuring only good quality land is used for building projects. The move was necessary to combat soil pollution, and especially to control the deterioration of land inside and nearby polluting plants, according to a statement from the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
Several public health issues related to soil pollution have emerged recently, drawing attention to the need to avoid using polluted land for building projects. Among the recent scandals, blood samples taken from hundreds of students at Changzhou Foreign Language School during April showed abnormal readings after the children moved to the school's new campus, which was built on land that had been used by chemical factories. In response, the Action Plan on Prevention and Control of Soil Pollution, which the State Council released on May 31, established standards covering the whole process - from quality assessments to repairing damaged land.
Starting in 2017, land used by major soil-polluting industries will need to be assessed before it can be passed fit for use for residential buildings or new schools and hospitals. It will no longer be possible to transfer ownership of polluted land and polluting companies owning such land will not be allowed to build on it. Major industries with poor records related to soil pollution include those involved with nonferrous metals, oil exploration and petroleum processing, the chemical industry, coking, electroplating and leather processing, the statement added.
Lin Yusuo, head of soil pollution control at Nanjing Institute of Environmental Sciences Institute, said it is not an easy task to repair polluted land but tougher controls on the sources of pollution and the ability to learn from advanced technologies developed overseas coupled with steady effort will ensure the goals are reached. For the past seven years, Edwards has been working closely with "a whole host of really stunning Chinese collaborators", to use the scientist's own words, developing a deeper understanding of climate change.
While the scientist has helped to "train people and set up laboratories", the collaboration has also given him access to Chinese caves that he might otherwise not have been able to see. Edwards first visited China as a tourist in 1980, coming with his parents "for whom every visit was laden with memories", he said. His mother, Vee Tsung Ling, was born in 1918 in Xiamen, Fujian province and went to study in the United States at the age of 18.
At the end of World War II, Ling became a Chinese language professor at Yale, where she met Edwards' father, who was also called Richard.
The elder Edwards had served in the US Army in Africa and Italy, and offered to be transferred to the China-Burma-Indian Theater toward the end of the war. After getting married, the couple came back to China in 1949 and had their first child - Edwards' eldest sister - but had to leave after the outbreak of the Korean War in 1950. Upon returning to his mother's homeland, Edwards, through his work, got a unique insight into Chinese history and culture. Back in 1972, Edwards's mother acted as an interpreter for the first Chinese table tennis team to visit the United States. Residents have been losing confidence in the 12 elevators that serve their residential community in Zhabei district after they were the subject of repair work 85 times in two months. Police in Jiangbei district were surprised when they caught a thief recently and found plans in his home to steal 1 million yuan ($152,829) in a year. A man has been detained after he allegedly damaged more than 80 cars as he walked home in a drunken state on May 13. A 3-year-old boy has been returned to his parents and a 40-year-old woman from Xinxiang has been detained after allegedly abducting the child on May 30.
Traffic police in Nanchang, the capital of Jiangxi province are pondering what to do after an SUV accumulated 777 traffic violations that would normally warrant fines of more than 77,000 yuan. Police are investigating the death of a woman in Nanchang after finding her son had kept her body in a freezer for a month. Farmers in Yuexi county, Anhui province, take turns to experience virtual reality technology by wearing a 3-D VR headset at an e-commerce promotion on Monday. While parents were relieved to know there was a replacement, a black teacher was not exactly what they had expected.
The detergent scandal and our own experience prove that racial discrimination could come from ignorance or fear due to false or inadequate information.
Or ignorance and fear could unleash subtle or blunt acts of discrimination from time to time and people involved might not even be aware of them, in a culture with deep feudalistic roots. The company executive responsible for the detergent ad claimed there was no intention of racial discrimination, and "we didn't realize initially that it might lead to viewers getting the wrong impression". When I wrote this column, I asked my son, who will be a Primary Two student this fall, about what he remembered most about E.J. Water behind the Three Gorges Dam in Yichang, Hubei province, will be drained to a historic low before Friday as part of a plan to minimize the risk of flooding in the Yangtze River during the coming wet season. Zhao Yunfei, head of the Cascade Dispatching and Communication Center at China Three Gorges Corp, said on Tuesday that the depth of water at the Three Gorges Reservoir will be reduced to about 145 meters, 1 meter lower than previous years. The water had already been reduced to about 146 meters on Sunday, from a high of 175 meters.
Inflows from the upper streams of the Yangtze hit a 100-year high in the first five months of this year, forcing dam managers to discharge more water and brace for floods, Zhao said.
The large intake is partly the result of a 20 percent increase in precipitation in river basin areas, he said.
Chen Min, an official with the Yangtze River Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters, said on Monday that the country can ensure the safety of Yangtze basin areas, despite "a large chance of flooding" in the middle and lower reaches of the country's largest river. With the help of the Three Gorges Dam and a number of reservoirs in the upper reaches, authorities can ensure that the flood will not wreak havoc as it did in 1998, he said. Zhao said the reservoirs in the upper reaches can help ensure that peak flows from tributaries of the Yangtze will not converge into the main stream at the same time, thereby reducing flood risks in the middle and lower reaches. If the Three Gorges Dam had been operating in 1998, the water level would have reached about 153 meters, indicating that there will be adequate capacity to cope with this year's greater risk flooding, he said. Physicist Stephen Hawking cheered on Chinese gaokao test takers by posting on Weibo, a major micro blog platform in China. The post won more than 420,000 "likes" from followers, with one netizen leaving a comment saying, "It's like receiving regards from the whole universe". A gaokao test taker in East China's Anhui province had the examination hall all to himself because of his special needs. Teachers at Chongqing Yucai Middle School in Southwest China delivered red envelopes containing six yuan (90 cents) to students on Monday, to wish them good luck in the college entrance exam. Red envelopes containing money are symbols of fortune and good luck, while the number six means that things are going smoothly. In Beijing, a police SWAT team was dispatched for the first time to deliver examination papers around the city. Students receive red envelopes from their teachers, wishing them good luck on the exam in Chongqing on Monday.
A robot being used in recovery operations found the body of a female on Tuesday at the site of a boating accident in the Lizhou district of Guangyuan, Sichuan province, bringing the number of confirmed dead to three. The robot dived more than 65 meters in White Dragon Lake, searching the interior of the sunken boat for the missing.
Among the 18 were the boat's owner, Zhou Piqiang, 49; his 43-year-old wife and 4-year-old son. Some of the photos taken by passengers with cellphones before the sudden storm that sank the boat went viral, prompting sympathy from netizens.
A source from the Guangyuan maritime affairs bureau said that the boat's owner, Zhou, had operated boat excursions since the 1990s, and his wife was a qualified sailor.
According to Wang Mingxing, one of the three survivors, some people were wearing life jackets at first, but they took them off later because it was too hot. All four crew members on a China marine surveillance aircraft died when the plane crashed in a mountainous area of Zhoushan on Tuesday, according to the East China Sea Branch of the State Oceanic Administration. A wild Asian elephant killed a man and injured his wife in a village in Pu'er city, local government authorities said on Tuesday. Recently, I helped a mother of a 6-year-old child accept her broken marriage through psychological analysis and counseling. She found that the best way to end the dispute was to control her mood and try to minimize damage to the girl, even when the child told lies. I've been a licensed psychologist since 2006, and I would like to expand my role in this work. In 2015, when the court began exploring new ways to resolve domestic cases, I became a psychological volunteer, using my knowledge to help judges mediate family-related disputes.
I had never heard of such a job in the courts before, but I think the move is necessary and important to help them effectively solve disputes in a humane way. Such negative moods are harmful to their children, who are also in need of psychological aid. I was glad to see the reform by the Supreme People's Court in May that sets up family courts to improve the process in domestic cases. Although there are not enough psychologists to help the courts with every domestic dispute at present, I think more professionals will join us with the top court's encouragement. After reading some material about family courts in countries such as the United States, I believe the effect of psychological assistance is sometimes greater than the verdict, which is why the role has been acknowledged and expanded in China.
Wang Xiangcheng, a chief technologist at Shandong-based Inspur Group Co Ltd, has devoted 40 percent of his work time to Guiyang, the capital of Southwest China's Guizhou province, more than 1,800 km away from his company headquarters.
Since December, Inspur, the country's largest server manufacturer, has been working on a big-data platform, designed to regularly pool and update information about locals living below the poverty line, and help Guizhou officials aid poverty-stricken families in innovative ways.


By following and analyzing the data, officials can zone in on the kind of subsidies and assistance people in poverty need, and offer more precise and targeted help, Wang said.
Inspur and Guizhou's efforts are part of a big-data boom sweeping across China as the country is initiating moves to upgrade enterprises and governments with information technology. The favorable policy environment is encouraging companies to bring cutting-edge technology into areas ranging from manufacturing, food delivery, and medicine to government affairs, analysts said.
Last month, Premier Li Keqiang said at the China Big Data Industry Summit that big data and cloud computing have penetrated every aspect of human production and daily lives. Zheng Weimin, an IT professor at Tsinghua University, said China has an edge in developing big data, a technology that is only possible when a huge amount of data is accessible online. Also, compared with other tech sectors which have long been dominated by foreign enterprises, the big-data industry chiefly relies on open-source software, which gives every country free and equal access to state-of-art technology.
To facilitate companies unlocking the potential of big data, Premier Li also promised last month to release more government information, except that concerning areas such as national security and sensitive business. If, for instance, the China Meteorological Administration can share more real-time and region-specific weather information, food delivery companies can leverage big data to predict which food is most popular when a city is hit by a heavy rain at 30 degrees Celsius, Zhang said. But so far, big data is still in its infancy, and many companies are trying to figure out how to link it with their core businesses, analysts said.
Mei Hong, vice-president of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, said many just use the technology to count and accumulate data. Still, entrepreneurs are eager to enter the sector, which they believe will be an important engine of China's economic growth. Wang Jun, former CEO of Beijing Genomics Institute, one of the world's largest genome sequencers, believes the era of big data is coming. The mission is straightforward: leveraging big data technology to offer precision medicine or personalized healthcare services.
At its executive meeting on Wednesday, presided over by Premier Li Keqiang, the State Council decided to introduce measures to better protect vulnerable children, who are often victims of poverty, health problems, lack of parental care, and even human trafficking. The State Council on Thursday released a regulation on farmland irrigation, which will take effect on July 1. The State Council released the country's third national action plan to curb soil pollution on Wednesday. The State Council decided to put on record service providers from the Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions and their investments on the Chinese mainland, in order to implement the mainland's trade agreements with the two SARs.
Departments and ministries under the State Council, China's Cabinet, have responded to a wide range of public concerns during the past week, including the increasing demand for labor, overcapacity in the coal and iron industries, violence against doctors, abnormal fluctuations in drug prices, and red tape in foreign exchanges.
The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security said the demand for labor rose in April in nine provinces as well as two municipalities, Shanghai and Chongqing, with a notable increase in the number of newly hired employees in local companies. The ministry has been investigating the labor market in the 11 regions on a monthly basis since 2011, with a focus on the interaction between a wide range of jobseekers and employers.
The State Administration of Work Safety announced that a special work safety inspection will be enforced until the end of this year to reduce excessive capacity in the coal and iron industries. The enforcement will cover iron and steel complexes and smelters (foundries are not included), as well as all mines in operation and under construction, said the announcement. In response to recent violent attacks on medical staff, the Ministry of Public Security noted via Sina Weibo, a Twitter-like microblogging platform, that local police had taken immediate action to hold all assailants accountable in line with relevant laws. It said that showing respect to medical staff is about showing respect to the importance of life, and keeping hospitals functioning safely protects the wellbeing of all patients. Police departments at all levels will conduct strict enforcement to deal with violence against medical staff, as well as safeguard the dignity of the law and people's lives and properties, the ministry pledged. The National Development and Reform Commission, the country's top economic planner, will launch a nationwide drug pricing probe starting June 1 to address public concerns such as abnormal price fluctuations, said a notice it recently released on its website. The investigations, which are expected to continue until the end of October, will be conducted on drug manufacturers, medical institutions, disease prevention and control centers and related institutions in the industry, said the top pricing regulator. To meet the increasing demand for currency exchanges, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange decided to streamline the management of foreign exchange institutions and self-serve exchange machines, by cancelling outdated pre-conditions for market access.
This happens all too often, and it's why I've ended up doing something I never thought I'd do - agree with the French. Our Gallic cousins introduced new legislation in May that bans companies from sending work-related emails to employees after 6 pm. In my experience, emails are not the problem; it's instant-messaging apps like WeChat and WhatsApp that are the bigger nuisance. Before mobile devices gave us 24-hour access, if someone remembered late at night or on the weekend that they needed to talk to a co-worker about something, they'd make a note to ask them next time at the office; if it was urgent, they'd pick up the phone and call. Often, the work-related inquiries I find my wife replying to in the dead of night are ones that could easily wait until morning.
Of course, I can't stop her colleagues sending after-hours messages via email or WeChat, nor can I order her to ignore them. In explaining why France has revised the law, Benoit Hamon, a former education minister, told the BBC: "Employees physically leave the office, but they do not leave their work. German Chancellor Angela Merkel will visit China for the ninth time in her chancellorship from June 12 to 14 for the fourth round of China-Germany intergovernmental consultations, German Ambassador to China Michael Clauss told China Daily in an interview ahead of the visit.
Merkel will bring about 11 ministers and vice-ministers to China for a meeting with Premier Li Keqiang and continue discussions according to the action plan of Sino-German cooperation to push relations forward, Clauss said.
The plan, a wide-ranging guideline covering 110 cooperation agreements over the next five to 10 years, was signed during the last round of China-Germany intergovernmental consultations in 2014. Issues including Sino-German cooperation in innovation, China's economic reform and opening-up, and mutual trade and investments are expected to be raised during the consultations, Clauss said. In addition, China and Germany will probably reach an agreement on cybersecurity that focuses on fighting economic spying, said the ambassador, calling on German and Chinese governments to facilitate a framework to protect companies from cyberattacks. China has long expressed opposition to hacking in any form and said the most effective way to cope with it is international cooperation. Along with closer economic cooperation, Sino-German business exchanges have been even more dynamic recently, and more Chinese enterprises hope to invest in Germany or purchase German companies, Clauss said.
According to a report in May from the federal economic development agency Germany Trade & Invest, Germany attracted more than 2,300 foreign direct investment projects in 2015, and China was the top investor in projects with 260. He stressed that Germany is an open economy and welcomes investment from Chinese companies. In Beijing, Merkel will also meet with President Xi Jinping and top legislator Zhang Dejiang. Industrial areas in Northeast China are facing problems of renovation, while Germany has managed to renovate its polluted Ruhr area.
The prosecuting body in the region's Bayannur League alleged that the defendants fabricated mining disaster claims after murdering 17 people in six provinces and autonomous regions, including Shanxi, Hebei and Xinjiang, and then asking for compensation.
After interrogating the suspects and reviewing materials, facts and evidence, the league's prosecutors brought the case to court on May 30, charging the defendants with homicide, fraud, blackmail, hiding offenses and possessing criminal gains.
No more details, such as the times of the alleged crimes, have been released by the regional prosecutors. According to a report in China Youth Daily two years ago, a gang of 21 migrant workers, most from Sichuan and Yunan provinces, cheated around 1.85 million yuan ($281,000) in one year after killing four other workers and making their deaths look like mining accidents.
Using mined stones in Handan city, Hebei province, the gang murdered the four colleagues and then "helped" the victims' families ask for compensation from the mining employers, the report said. In August 2014, the Handan Intermediate People's Court sentenced five defendants to death, one to a suspended death sentence and three to life imprisonment for homicide, said a report from the Supreme People's Court.
They appealed but were rebuffed by the provincial High People's Court, which sustained the original judgment.
The report, which withheld the name of the reporter, was based on a purported visit in May to the gambling venue, located on the 23rd floor of a high-end apartment building on Puhui West Street near the capital's West 3rd Ring Road.
The report quoted Chen as saying that gamblers who run out of money will be offered loans with a daily interest rate of 5 percent. According to Chen, any cash collected over 10,000 yuan is sent down to staff members in the garage.
The report cited a person claiming to be a former shareholder of an underground casino as saying that three to five such casinos are operating in Beijing. The man, who refused to be identified, said the casino in the apartment was run by several shareholders, who started the business with 770,000 yuan.
Chinese authorities are imposing strict measures to prevent cheating in this year's test - known as the gaokao - and those who cheat could get three to seven years in prison.
The anti-cheating measures also include the printing and transportation of test papers and the selection of exam supervisors.
Local education bureaus are collaborating with public security bureaus to introduce advanced technology that can identify cheaters. For example, the Inner Mongolia autonomous region will use finger vein recognition - a new-generation biometric authentication technique that goes beyond fingerprints - to verify the identity of exam takers.
In Luoyang, Henan province, local authorities will use drones hovering 500 meters overhead to intercept any radio signals around the test buildings. In a number of cities and provinces including Beijing and Guangzhou, all smartwatches that can transmit data will be banned.
Despite the deterrent value of harsh penalties, some cheaters are still willing to take the risk in other national-level exams. For example, leaks of test documents to be used in this year's civil service exams occurred in Jiangxi and Anhui provinces. Guo Dan, a Beijing mother whose daughter will take the gaokao in two years, said, "There is a benefit chain behind leaking test papers and organized cheating. An exam supervisor at Beijing Dongzhimen High School shows a monitoring device that can detect invisible earpieces used for cheating. Yao Zhongmin, the former head of the supervisory board at China Development Bank, one of the country's policy banks, is under investigation for suspected corruption, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection said on Monday.
China on Monday published eight typical cases solved during a campaign to crack down on online piracy and pornography, according to the National Office Against Pornographic and Illegal Publications. Those constructed last year are major targets and for safety concerns the making of such surfaces has been suspended.
I appeal to them to continue doing their work despite being in a very difficult security environment," said Mahamat Saleh Annadif, special representative of the UN Secretary-General and head of the mission, during a memorial ceremony held at the mission's headquarters, Xinhua News Agency reported.
Canada wants China to succeed on the world stage," said Trudeau, whose late father Pierre first established diplomatic relations with Beijing 46 years ago when he was prime minister.
City leaders are on the frontline of the climate challenge and with strong conviction they can implement solutions that will improve the lives of billions of people and offer a new blueprint for sustainable urbanization worldwide," said Manish Bapna, executive vice-president and managing director of the World Resources Institute. And the data in our latest report on children's health will be used a reference," said Mao Qun'an, spokesman of the commission.
It was hosted by the nonprofit business network WorkForLGBT that advocates for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. The number is based on estimates generated from overseas surveys that suggest the LGBT population is usually around 3 to 5 percent of the total population. These include nondiscriminating workplace policies, diversity and inclusion training programs that create a welcoming environment, as well as employee networks that allow LGBT employees an organizational voice. But he said discrimination still exists within many native companies in traditional sectors. The topics of marriage and girlfriends make him nervous, and he has pretended to be in heterosexual relationships that do not exist. And that was after my father came back from the Chinese battlefield, where he stayed for about two years between 1943 and 1945," the son said.
The records suggest that dry conditions gravely affected agriculture and contributed to the demise of the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907)," said Edwards, who is also the member of the United States' National Academy of Sciences. Each of the four 33-story buildings in the community is served by three elevators and at least one elevator has been out of service every day since March 22. Officers said the 30-year-old thief, surnamed Luo, 30, displayed the plan on a wall of his rented room. Police caught the man after studying street surveillance video following a spate of calls from car owners. Police say the woman, surnamed Liu, dyed her hair white in an attempt to evade capture by appearing to be an elderly woman.
According to neighbors of the 52-year-old man, surnamed Cai, he had never worked and had lived off his mother's pension. The company behind the detergent commercial that recently caused an international outrage, said it had used "artistic exaggeration" to create "comic drama". For most parents, their knowledge about black people is probably limited to stereotypes and portrayals in Hollywood movies.
However, not everyone would have the opportunity to get to know other people like my son, his classmates and their parents. This culmination of your hard work marks just the beginning of your very bright futures," he said in a post on Monday.
This is the first gaokao after the country announced in November that cheating in exams could lead to prison sentences of up to seven years. Her identity is yet to be determined," said Li Jijun, spokesman for the Lizhou District Party Committee.
The 15 passengers on the boat were from six families, five of which included husbands, wives and children.
The Guangyuan weather bureau said wind with a speed of 63 kilometers per hour lashed the lake at the time of the incident. The aircraft took off from Zhoushan Putuoshan Airport at 11:30 pm and crashed on its return trip. The animal attacked the couple as they picked mushrooms in a mountainous forest, their son reported to local authorities on Monday afternoon. She came to realize that her anger and arguments at the beginning, when her ex-husband put forward the divorce, were harmful to her daughter.
Courts mainly end domestic disputes with fair judgments, but they don't root out the real sources of conflict between the litigants.
By incorporating new technologies, such as big data, into production, enterprises can offer better products and services, Li added. More importantly, the country's internet boom has put most of such data online, which has laid down a solid foundation," said Zheng, former chairman of the China Computer Federation. If enterprises can access this data which, of course, first needs to be scrubbed to remove personal references, it will spark a new round of innovation and create a level playing field for all companies," said Zhang Xu, a researcher at Beijing-based internet consultancy Analysys International. It also decided to improve the management of scientific research funds in central government spending, and cancel the requirement for approval and verification of more vocational qualifications to help jobseekers and would-be entrepreneurs start their careers. The regulation stipulates that farmland irrigation designs should take into account local economic development, supply and demand balance in soil and water resources, agricultural demand, and environmental protection. The new plan said the government will stop the worsening soil deterioration by 2020, and make improvements to polluted farmland and land for use in construction by 2030.
Hong Kong and Macao service companies on the mainland will be temporarily subject to record-based management in regards to their founding, change of contracts, and requests for the approval of mainland authorities.
The tertiary sector (services) continues to attract more job-hunters compared with the first (agriculture) and second (manufacturing) sectors, said April's report. Currency exchange services could only be offered in the past when the providers were granted a needed approval beforehand. This is part of controversial revisions to the country's labor laws, which for years have set a maximum 35-hour working week.
However, for some people, it has become increasingly hard to switch off, figuratively and literally. For chatting with family and friends for free, especially those overseas, they are a godsend. But such is her personality that she feels compelled to respond straightaway (strange considering that I regularly have to ask her something three times before she answers).
But there must be a cut-off point, and employees need to protect against their work taking over their private lives. In China, a poll by a recruitment company in 2011 found that 70 percent of 5,000 workers complained of heavy pressure.
In automobile manufacturing, for example, the process of producing a steel plate uses large amounts of data for adjustments so that the plate is accurately cut and welded.
The investment trend is just beginning in Germany, but it will be beneficial for both countries, he said.
At the same time, German companies expect to have better market access, fewer hurdles and more secure intellectual property rights. The chancellor will also travel to Shenyang, Liaoning province, to visit the Chinese-German industrial park there.
That will offer new cooperation opportunities for Chinese and Germany companies, Clauss said. The original verdict was strictly in line with the Chinese Criminal Law, and the sentences were reasonable, it said. For example, a car that was parked about 50 meters from the gate of the apartment building picked up the pair and took them to the underground garage, dropping them near an elevator. As a result, the general public pins high hopes on the fairness of large national exams such as the gaokao, the national postgraduate entrance examination and the civil service recruitment exams," said commentator Wang Jie of Beijing-based Science and Technology Daily. In one case, police in Zhejiang province identified 27 suspects using online chat groups on QQ to spread pornography for profit. The EndHEADLINES FROM THE YEAR: 2059 Ozone created by electric cars now killing millions in the seventh largest country in the world, Mexifornia, (formerly California)White minorities still trying to have English recognized as Mexifornia's third language. Official figures about the size of the LGBT population are not available, and some experts say being openly gay in the workplace is still something the majority of LGBT employees in China can only dream of.
C, who's been both praised and insulted since filing the country's first lawsuit against transgender job discrimination earlier this year. The property management company that looks after the community said rough treatment from residents was part of the reason why the elevators had failed so often. It called for him to steal 2,800 yuan a day and live a simple life to maximize the money he could accrue. Police believe the 37-year-old man, surnamed Lu, bumped into a car accidentally while walking home late at night, became angry with other cars parked along the road and damaged them with a key. After noticing so many infractions against the same vehicle, police asked the driver to visit the police station. Cai's 77-year-old mother had been missing for months and community staff went to the family home in the hope of seeing her as part of a social insurance check. The cheerful man from New York has left such an indelible impression on my son that until recently, whenever he saw a black man or woman, he'd ask me if they knew E.J. International schools in big Chinese cities are known for high turnover of teachers, as good ones are always tempted by better offers. But the kindergarten head stood by her decision based on qualifications and experience rather than skin color.
For most people to develop racial sensitivity, they may have to rely on media, public campaigns and laws.
The brilliant student registered for the 2016 gaokao and was provided with a separate examination hall by local education authorities so that he could get necessary assistance from staff. Ensuring the safety of the papers is one of the priorities for education and test authorities. The site of the incident has been cordoned off, and authorities have warned local residents to stay alert. Those at the prefecture level also need to include water resource protection, ecological effects, fundraising, technological promotion, and the maintenance of relevant projects. Fundamental improvements and a sustainable ecosystem will be noted across the country by 2050, said the plan.
Telecom and cultural companies as well as financial institutions, are not included, China's cabinet said. But the habit in China is to add virtually everyone you meet on WeChat, including your boss and colleagues that you wouldn't otherwise fraternize with away from work. Another by the Chinese Medical Doctors' Association warned that 60 percent of white-collar workers are at risk of stress-related illnesses. Concepts like Industry 4.0 and Internet Plus will not work without a high degree of data security," Clauss said.
48: a€?Whoever receives this child in my name receives me, and whoever receives me receives him who sent me.
We carried it proudly all the way back to one of their houses and proceeded to patch the hole with a piece of plywood and tar. The boy disappeared from a residential community and his father reported him missing two hours later. According to the relevant laws and regulations, each infraction warrants an endorsement of 6 penalty points on the driver's license and a fine of 100 yuan. Cai finally told the community staff that his mother had died and that he had been keeping her body in the freezer at home.
This means the driver ought to have 4,662 penalty points on his or her license and a fine of 77,000 yuan. The plan requires that 90 percent of contaminated farmland be made safe by 2020, with an increase to 95 percent by 2030.
One of the boys found a canoe paddle in the weeds and we three got into the boat and started to paddle out. Postal Service raises price of first class stamp to $17.89 and reduces mail delivery to Wednesday only. We feverishly paddled with that one oar and bailed out the water with our hands and an old can. Barely we made it to shore and got out just before the boat sank below the water and headed downstream.
I had this wonderful sermon today on resurrection but I am changing it due to something in this morninga€™s paper. Wet, cold and shaking the three of us headed home knowing we would never tell our parents of this stupid adventure. Global cooling blamed for citrus crop failure for third consecutive year in Mexifornia and Floruba.
We were lucky to be alive and it was only by Goda€™s grace that I can live to tell about it.
Our daughter who is also in the Army was in special training for 3 A? months and Oma and I took care of Alan at our home. At the local daycare, Alan met his friend Noah and they played together for the duration of this time. Donations can be sent to any PNC bank location in Pennsylvania directed to the Noah Staley Trust Fund.


This cancer is so rare that only about 100 people in the US have ever been diagnosed with this. I am asking all of my readers, please pray to our Lord for his healing, that his parents get the much needed monies, and that everyonea€™s faith shall increase as they see the Glory of God do a miracle.
Sometimes that other road will bring you back to your original path and sometimes it will take you farther away from it. But God used him to gather and lead his people out of Pharaoha€™s slavery and split the Red Sea in two.A  Joseph was sold into slavery by his brothers and was cast into prison but became the second most powerful person inEgypt. Help me boldly claim my full capacity for your use.a€? ------------- Donna Givlera€”quoting Katie Brazelton of Saddleback Church in her devotional book titled a€?Praying for Purpose, for Womena€?. Or, maybe just maybe a smile or a kind word from you to a stranger may just prevent them from going home and ending their own life and their grandson will some day save the world. Everyone who lives in me and believes in me will never die.a€?1 Corinthians Chapter 15, vs. 42: Our earthly bodies are planted in the ground when we die, but they will be raised to live forever.
He will bring to light things that are now hidden in darkness, and will make known the secret purposes of people's hearts. 27: For you will not leave my soul among the dead or allow your Holy one to rot in the grave. 2: The leaders were very disturbed that Peter and John were teaching the people that through Jesus there was a resurrection of the dead. 11: I want to suffer with him, sharing in his death, so that one way or the other I will experience the resurrection from the dead. Throw your troubled waters out of your boat and paddle on down that river of life with Him at your side. It proved that he was God and that He had power even over His own death and Satana€™s dominion.
You have ears, but you don't really listen.Psalm 13:2 -- How long must I worry and feel sad in my heart all day?
I have been praying for something to happen for 4A? years now and what I prayed for was not granted. God can resurrect our lives, our dreams, and our visions if we ask him to or if it is His will for us. Leta€™s speak of reality a€“ He is God and He can do what He wants to or not do what He doesna€™t want to. If we have a dream or vision and we lose sight of it we can gain our sight back if we ask Him in prayer. We cannot command the Lord to do anything whether we do it in pleading, tears, anger, or desperation.
If God has the will, He may answer our prayers about life but nothing says that He absolutely has to.
All we have is the hope that he will hear us, see what we are going through, and grant us a little drop of His mercy in this life. She continued her life style and left her son with babysitters while she partied and enjoyed life (she thought). One day, depressed of how her life was going, she drove past our church and stopped in on a whim. He will cure a cancer, heal the deaf, grow an arm back or bring someone back to life but that does not mean He will do it all the time. We sponsored her that Christmas and had much joy running around buying her son Jared presents. Over the next two years we connected a couple more times and gave her encouragement when we seen her.
Last year we gave her a gift card for a restaurant so that she and Jared could have a nice meal out together. He has given us guidance through His word (the Bible) and occasionally gives us a nudge or lesson to learn from but basically kicks us out of the nest like the mother bird does to face the challenges of life. I get so frustrated at times that my prayers are not answered and I have to keep reminding myself that this is my life and I need to deal with it on my own sometimes. She now has a good full time job with benefits, her son is doing fantastic in school, and she is looking exceptionally healthy and emotionally stable now. For she took the courage in her slow death of life and laid all her hope at the foot of the cross. Their job is to preach the message to inspire, encourage, and give hope to their congregations. My wife and I thank God that he let us participate, even if it was very little, in her re-birth. If we are to be an example of His mercy to others, it can only be done with people of lesser stature than us. He wants us to spread the Gospel and not make up stories of what He has done for us personally in life. Shortly after the dream, we were visiting YWAM in Lebanon and they were showing us their prayer tent that they use in Lancaster and Cape Cod.
Just show others how you believe in His salvation and forgiveness and tell them of His Word. WITNESS: Getting laid ____________________________________________ ATTORNEY: She had three children, right? This was with the hope that someone would step up to the plate and donate a space to erect it.
He has promised everything in His kingdom of Heaven to those who accept His Son as Lord and Savior.
However, recently the pastors of the Gathering Place (a project to help people with Aids) asked us to help bring CAP some clothes this winter. Life here is just a temporary setback, trial and test to see if we are worthy of everlasting life sharing in His love -- or without it in a very dark place.
So accept His Son as your Lord and claim the only real promise that He made to us --- Forgiveness and Salvation. Just open your mouth and ask.a€?A a€?Even though your promise may be postdated, remember whose signature is on the checka€? Pastor Pop-Pop 11-8--09.
What started out as something to just help pastor my children, has turned into something that may be helping lots of people. According to Yahoo my host, I have an average of 50 hits a week on the Pastor Pop Pop site. This weekend at a prayer tent at a local flea market, I seen a leg grow that was shorter than the other one. Important Women's Health Issue:* Do you have feelings of inadequacy?* Do you suffer from shyness?* Do you sometimes wish you were more assertive?* Do you suffer exhaustion from the day to day grind? If you answered yes to any of these questions, ask your doctor or pharmacist about Margaritas. Margaritas are the safe, natural way to feel better and more confident about yourself and your actions. Margaritas can help ease you out of your shyness and let you tell the world that you're ready and willing to do just about anything.
Every week from now on there will be two tabs to the right of the Home Page that will be new.
You will notice the benefits of Margaritas almost immediately and with a regimen of regular doses you can overcome any obstacles that prevent you from living the life you want to live. Shyness and awkwardness will be a thing of the past and you will discover many talents you never knew you had. We will address both today and you may click on the Tab in future weeks to experience the Altar Call again. A Christian artist once said that when she was in another country and away from her Church, she would sit and pray alone and have communion by herself to remind her of her faith. That inspired my wife and me to do it occasionally by ourselves and with some of our Amish friends. The next time you are washing your hands and complain because the water temperature isn't just how you like it, think about how things used to be. It can be about your body, mind, soul, family, friends, healing needed, finances, challenges, or anything that you wish. Here are some facts about the 1500s: Most people got married in June because they took their yearly bath in May, and they still smelled pretty good by June. The man of the house had the privilege of the nice clean water, then all the other sons and men, then the women and finally the children.
Turn away from your former self, study in the Word (the Bible) and find yourself a good Christian Church that will support you and help you grow in your faith.
Hence the saying, "Don't throw the baby out with the Bath water!" Houses had thatched roofs-thick straw-piled high with no wood underneath . It was the only place for animals to get warm, so all the cats and other small animals (mice, bugs) lived in the roof.
The Son being Jesus Christ who died on the cross at Calvary and shed his blood for our sins. Hence the saying "It's raining cats and dogs." There was nothing to stop things from falling into the house. This posed a real problem in the bedroom where bugs and other droppings could mess up your nice clean bed. I believe that since I now accept Him as my Lord and Savior that I have been washed clean of my sins and guilt by his blood. Jesus, I love you.a€? A If you prayed this simple prayer, you are saved and re-born in Him.
Hence the saying, "Dirt poor." The wealthy had slate floors that would get slippery in the winter when wet, so they spread thresh (straw) on floor to help keep their footing.
As the winter wore on, they added more thresh until, when you opened the door, it would all start slipping outside. They would eat the stew for dinner, leaving leftovers in the pot to get cold overnight and then start over the next day.
Hence the rhyme: Peas porridge hot, peas porridge cold, peas porridge in the pot nine days old.
It was a sign of wealth that a man could, "bring home the bacon." They would cut off a little to share with guests and would all sit around and chew the fat. Food with high acid content caused some of the lead to leach onto the food, causing lead poisoning death.
This happened most often with tomatoes, so for the next 400 years or so, tomatoes were considered poisonous. We are going to drown!a€? He replied, a€?You of little faith, why are you afraid?a€? Then he got up and rebuked the winds and the waves, and it was completely calm. Workers got the burnt bottom of the loaf, the family got the middle, and guests got the top, or the upper crust. They were laid out on the kitchen table for a couple of days and the family would gather around and eat and drink and wait and see if they would wake up. The eyes of the Lord are upon those who love him; he is their mighty shield and strong support, a shelter from the heat, a shade from the noonday sun, a guard against stumbling, a help against falling. So they would dig up coffins and would take the bones to a bone-house, and reuse the grave. When reopening these coffins, 1 out of 25 coffins were found to have scratch marks on the inside and they realized they had been burying people alive.
So they would tie a string on the wrist of the corpse, lead it through the coffin and up through the ground and tie it to a bell. Although I own and study from many various different Bible translations, I personally normally use the NAB version. I thought I saw an eye doctor on an Alaskan island, but it turned outto be an optical Aleutian .3.
Occasionally I like to read some of the a€?missing books of the Biblea€? sometimes called the Apocrypha. They include the books of the books of Baruch, Judith, both Maccabees, Sirach, Tobit and the book of Wisdom. A rubber band pistol was confiscated from algebra class, because itwas a weapon of math disruption.5.
If youa€™re Amish (I do have some Amish readers), you may find these books in an earlier version of the King James printing. Any way, I was reading the book of Sirach and through some of the verses it was put on my heart that I treated this person somewhat wrongly and it could have been done through ambition or pride of mine. I immediately broke down and confessed this sin to Jesus and asked for Goda€™s forgiveness. It's important to have a woman, who helps at home, who cooks from time to time, cleans up and has a job. However, I will declare that the Lord has closed a door but he will surely open a new and better one. I choose to believe this truth and not the news media and evil spirits who would much rather us to believe that this bad economy, unemployment, and world affairs will defeat us.
It's very, very important that these four women do not know each otherNew Tests For Long Term Care During a visit to my doctor, I asked him, "How do you determine whetheror not an older person should be put in an old age home?" Well," he said, "We fill up a bathtub, then we offer a teaspoon, a teacup and a bucket to the person to empty the bathtub." Oh, I understand," I said. Bartenders Ever since I was a child I've always had a fear of someone under my bed at night. He was led by the Spirit in the wilderness, where he was tempted by the devil for forty days. The Scriptures say, a€?People do not live by bread alone.a€™a€? Then the devil took him up and revealed to him all the kingdoms of the world in a moment of time.
I was so happy to have saved all that money that I went and bought me a new pickup!' 'Is that so!' With a bit of an attitude he said, 'and how, may I ask, did a bartender cure you?' 'He told me to cut the legs off the bed! 12: For we are not fighting against flesh-and-blood enemies, but against evil rulers and authorities of the unseen world, against mighty powers in this dark world, and against evil spirits in the heavenly places.
It is good for us to know the Scriptures and write some down to pray and declare a€?in Jesusa€™ namea€™ when we are being attacked.
When you are in the battles of life, say a verse or two out loud and declare it over your life in Jesusa€™ name.
Tell Satan to, a€?Get out of my life, body, mind, and soul and leave me alone in Jesusa€™ namea€? And use the arrows against him. Have mercy on me and hear my prayer.Go away, all you who do evil, for the Lord has heard my weeping. He rescued me from my powerful enemies, from those who hated me and were too strong for me. I will thank the Lord because he is just; I will sing praise to the name of the Lord Most High. My enemies retreated; they staggered and died when you appeared.Turn and answer me, O Lord my God! Dona€™t let my enemies gloat, saying, a€?We have defeated him!a€? Dona€™t let them rejoice at my downfall.Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will not be afraid, for you are close beside me.
Protect my life from my enemiesa€™ threats.But God himself will shoot them with his arrows, suddenly striking them down. Pray and think on this thing called freedom, which we take for granted but is being eroded away. 37-40: Then He said to him (a Pharisee), a€?Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. 21: The one who pursues righteousness and faithful love will find life righteousness, and faithful love. Many relatives were coming to our home to partake in the golden turkey and all the other foods and treats my wife prepared.
So I will not be spending Thanksgiving having dinner around a table with my family like you are going to. If people like you would not patronize this store on holidays and make sure that you have all your stuff the day before, it would be unlikely that they would stay open.
It also made me think about all the other stores that are open on these days and the countless others that have to work those days and cannot have an enjoyable time like some of the rest of us.
And dona€™t forget to thank them for being there if you just cannot bear not to go to the store for that a€?emergencya€? item. 37-38: On the last day, the climax of the festival, Jesus stood and shouted to the crowds, a€?Anyone who is thirsty may come to me! For the Scriptures declare, a€?Rivers of living water will flow from his hearta€™.a€?Matthew Chapter 11, vs.
Here's how the scam works: Two seriously good-looking 20-21 year-old girls come over to your car as you are packing your shopping into the trunk. They both start wiping your windshield with a rag and Windex, with their breasts almost falling out of their skimpy T-shirts. When you thank them and offer them a tip, they say 'No' and instead ask you for a ride to McDonald's. Then one of them climbs over into the front seat and starts crawling all over you, while the other one steals your wallet. I had my wallet stolen March 4th, 9th, 10th, twice on the 15th, 17th, 20th,24th & 29th. On one day before his memorial service when we were all there at his home, his daughter went out in the backyard by her self. She was walking around in the back yard and my other brother and I decided to go out and comfort her. She said that she looked up in the sky (it was blue and full of clouds that day) and, a€?I saw a very large white hand that seemed to reach down to mea€?. She stated that she felt it was her daddya€™s hand and because of this she felt better knowing that he was still watching over her.
We may go through many troubles and trials in our lives but God will always be with us and never forsake us. Writer Samuel Clemens took the term for his pen name after a stint as an apprentice river pilot. 12-13: If a man has a hundred sheep and one of them goes astray, will he not leave the ninety-nine in the hills and go and search of the stray?
And if he finds it, amen, I say to you, he rejoices over it more than over the ninety-nine that did not stray.
After a few days, the younger son collected all his belongings and set off to a distant country where he squandered his inheritance on a life of dissipation. When he had freely spent everything, a severe famine struck that country, and he found himself in dire need. So he hired himself out to one of the local citizens who sent him to his farm to tend the swine. Coming to his senses he thought, a€?How many of my fathera€™s hired workers have more than enough food to eat, but here am I, dying from hunger.
I shall get up and go to my father and I shall say to him, a€?Father, I have sinned against heaven and against you.
While he was a long way off, his father caught sight of him and was filled with compassion. Loads of cars and cameras were set up by the Audubon society to just catch a glimpse of it. You may have had parents or grandparents that were religious and went to church and prayed.
Perhaps you have done something you consider really bad and believe God just doesna€™t love you anymore.
Through his Son, if you confess your sins and ask for his forgiveness, you will be washed clean again. One that will help you feel better, enriches your soul, shower you with His Word, and nurture your faith so it grows in the path of Christ.
I wish to thank all my readers for visiting my web site this year and I hope that it helped in some way. She will give birth to a son and will call him Immanuel (which means a€?God is with usa€™).Micah Chapter 5, vs.
2: But you, O Bethlehem Ephrathah, are only a small village among all the people of Judah . God sent him to buy freedom for us who were slaves to the law, so that he could adopt us as his very own children.John Chapter 20, vs.
30-31: The disciples saw Jesus do many other miraculous signs in addition to the ones recorded in this book. But these are written so that you may continue to believe that Jesus the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing in him you will have life by the power of his name.Luke Chapter 2, vs. 9-12: Suddenly, an angel of the Lord appeared among them, and the radiance of the Lorda€™s glory surrounded them. The Savior a€“ yes, the Messiah, the Lord a€“ has been born today in Bethlehem, the city of David! The names have been changed and the name of their Church deleted to help keep their identities secret.
It was at this Church that we also got baptized together and rededicated our lives to Christ.
I desire a man after your own heart and if that is not Mark then remove him.a€? I also said, a€?But Lord, divorce is not your desire, I believe in you. Mark has too much pride to come down to the altar, but I know if you can make a Donkey talk, you can call him out!a€? (Read Numbers Chapter 22, vs. God has something to say.a€? Now the Pastor did not know Mark and did not know what I had prayed before we came here, only God knew.
I now read the Bible to them every day, monitor their TV, take them to Church, and lay hands on them and speak blessings into their lives.



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