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Yang made the remarks at the breakfast meeting with Chinese and American entrepreneurs during the eighth round of the US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue held at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing. Vice-Premier Wang Yang, US Secretary of State John Kerry and Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew also attended the meeting to discuss investment and trade related issues with 12 Chinese and the US entrepreneurs from sectors including health care, logistics, financial service, culture and consultancy. Yang said that Chinese and the US entrepreneurs have made valuable contributions to economic relationship between the two countries and the Chinese government hopes that they can expand the relationship to new fields including joint exploration for business opportunities in third markets globally. US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said that the two governments have the responsibility to foster the conditions that will facilitate continued increase of investment, trade and commercial cooperation as foreign businesses are confronting a more complex regulatory environment and questioning how welcome they are. Established in 2009, the S&ED has served as a high-level dialogue for the top officials of the two countries to discuss a wide range of bilateral, regional, and global economic and strategic issues. US Secretary of State John Kerry said at the breakfast meeting with entrepreneurs that certainty, clarity, evenhandedness and equal application of the laws are critical to the confidence in the market place for the bilateral investment and economic growth of the two countries. Kerry said that China and the US, as the world's two largest economies, have a major role to play with respect of the global economic prosperity, adding that the S&ED discussion will help clarify and remove some of the corporate concerns.
From right: State Councilor Yang Jiechi, Vice-Premier Wang Yang, US Secretary of Treasury Jack Lew and US Secretary of State John Kerry attend a breakfast meeting with Chinese and American entrepreneurs during the eighth round of the US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue on Tuesday in Beijing.
In tribute to the life and legacy of the family matriarch, Dr James Si-Cheng Chao, a business leader and philanthropist, and the Chao family foundation in 2012 made a $40 million gift to Harvard Business School (HBS), where four of the couple's six daughters graduated. Mounted above the front door of the three-story, 90,000-square-foot building, the family name Chao now stands among some of the world's most notable names -Baker, Bloomberg, Chase and Morgan.
Embracing both tradition and innovation, the exterior of the center is a combination of brick and soaring glass and steel. The dedication ceremony was attended by family friends, some traveling all the way from China, and top government and university officials, including Harvard University President Drew Faust, HBS dean Nitin Nohria, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, US Senators Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey and Elaine Chao's husband Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Of the $40 million donation, $35 million was used for the construction of the Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Center, and $5 million allotted toward the Ruth Mulan Chu and James Si-Cheng Chao Family Fellowship Fund, which has supported six to eight outstanding students of Chinese heritage each year since 2013. President Xi Jinping urged China and the United States on Monday to enhance mutual trust and make concerted efforts to manage differences and handle sensitive issues. Referring to a series of disputes between the world's top two economies, Xi said: "It's inevitable that the two countries have disagreements.
Xi was speaking at the opening ceremony of the eighth round of the China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse. More than 400 US delegates, including ministerial-level officials, are attending the two-day dialogue. Xi said Confucius had said more than 2,000 years ago that if a man cannot be trusted what could he do?
The president called for the two nations to intensify efforts to manage conflict and avoid strategic misjudgment.
State Councilor Yang Jiechi co-chaired the event's strategic discussions on Monday with US Secretary of State John Kerry. Yang called on China and the US to respect each other's core interests and important concerns on key issues, including the South China Sea.
President Xi Jinping greets the audience at the opening ceremony of the ChinaUS Strategic and Economic Dialogue in Beijing.
Promoting the service can help to address increasing health challenges posed by an aging population and more cases of chronic diseases. Family doctors are expected to serve as health guards for Chinese people, according to a statement by the National Health and Family Planning Commission.
The guideline, released by the State Council's Medical Reform Office, said the family doctor service will be promoted in 200 cities in China this year. More than 30 percent of people in the country will be covered by the service by the end of 2017.
Qin Kun, an official dealing with healthcare reform at the commission, said the system will make healthcare services more accessible to the public and also reduce costs. Doctors providing the service will mostly be general practitioners from grassroots hospitals and clinics, and qualified doctors working in rural areas. Family members can choose to sign service contracts with family doctors for a one-year term and pay a fee. Han Zhengzheng, director of Desheng Community Health Service Center in Beijing's Xicheng district, said China has borrowed experience from other countries, including the United States, in promoting the family doctor system.
The doctors will provide basic healthcare and medical services, and help to transfer patients to bigger hospitals if needed. Chen Bowen, deputy director of the Community Health Association of China, said health insurance operators should join with health authorities in promoting the system, giving the public and family doctors incentives to embrace it. The family doctor service has been piloted in some areas, including Beijing and Shanghai, since 2011, according to the commission. Liu Tong, a senior official at the Chinese Football Association, said the deal provides a precious opportunity for Chinese soccer to improve its management and competition skills. Suning's subsidiary, Suning Sports Group, signed the deal for 270 million euros ($306 million) in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, on Monday, sealing the acquisition of a nearly 70 percent stake from Inter Milan majority shareholder International Sports Capital. The deal leaves International Sports Capital as the sole minority shareholder at the club, with Erick Thohir retaining his position as president. Zhang Jindong, chairman of Suning Holdings Group, said, "With Suning's sustained investment, the aspirations of Massimo Moratti, the former president of Inter Milan, and management know-how from Thohir, the club will continue to be a cradle and center for leading soccer players. The deal was forged after the first meeting between Zhang and Thohir before Spring Festival in February. The acquisition is expected to bring to the Italian club the world's largest soccer fan market and Suning's continuous capital investment, according to the retailer. The multi-industry conglomerate has been eyeing the rising trend of sports and health-related consumption in China. The group said it hopes to enhance exchanges between Jiangsu Suning Football Club in China, which it owns, and Inter Milan. She made the appeal at an awards ceremony in Beijing for the first UNESCO Prize for Girl's and Women's Education. This year's winners are Ella Yulaelawati, director of early childhood education at the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture, and Evernice Munando from Zimbabwe, founder of the Female Students Network. Peng, who became a UNESCO special envoy in March 2014, said the world still faces great challenges in educating girls and women, with women accounting for more than 60 percent of illiterate adults worldwide.
The awards will play a key role in promoting efforts to ensure equality in education, Peng said, stressing that she is ready to make every effort to realize educational rights for girls and women.
Irina Bokova, UNESCO's director-general, thanked the Chinese government for its leadership.
She also thanked Peng for her lifelong commitment to advancing empowerment for girls and women - embodied in her actions as a UNESCO special envoy.
Munando, the prize winner from Zimbabwe, thanked China and Peng for supporting the important prize for female education.
Pang Zhongying, dean of the School of International Relations at Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, said Peng plays a crucial role in promoting women's and children's education. Media reports in Indonesia, the worlds most populous Muslim country, also said Muslims there would begin fasting on Monday. They were being joined by Muslims in Singapore, Yemen, Lebanon, Syria, Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Afghanistan and the Palestinian territories, among others. After these announcements, a mosque in Tampa, Florida, told followers that they would also celebrate the first day of fasting on Monday.
Muslims follow a lunar calendar and a moon-sighting methodology that can lead to different countries declaring the start of Ramadan a day or two apart. By Sunday evening, Pakistan and Iran had yet to announce Monday as the first day of Ramadan. During Ramadan, the faithful attend mosques for evening prayers known as taraweeh, while free time during the day is often spent reading the Quran and listening to religious lectures.
There are exceptions to fasting for children, the elderly, the sick, women who are pregnant, nursing or menstruating, and people traveling. Many break their fast, as the Prophet Muhammad did about 1,400 years ago, with a sip of water and some dates at sunset followed by prayer. An Afghan vendor carries bread ahead of the fastingmonth of Ramadan in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Sunday. China will provide its "negative list" next week of sectors that would remain off-limits to US investors, as negotiations on a bilateral investment treaty intensify, Vice-Premier Wang Yang said on Monday.
Wang made the remark in the opening session of the economic track of the two-day China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue, which began on Monday in Beijing.
The economic track of the dialogue is scheduled to focus on such issues as bilateral trade and economic relations, the macroeconomic situation and policies, and financial stability and reform.
China and the United States have conducted 24 rounds of BIT negotiations in the past eight years. Yu Miaojie, deputy head of the National School of Development at Peking University, said that the different development stages of China and the US should be taken into consideration in the BIT negotiations.
The two sides also discussed ways to stabilize global economic growth and financial markets. Vice-Premier Wang highlighted the difficulties arising from rising interest rates in the United States.
Lou said when to increase interest rates might remain to be a concern for the Federal Reserve. Lou also said China will take various measures to ensure smooth implementation of its program to reduce overcapacity.
The US supports China's efforts to cut excess industrial capacity and encourages its use of fiscal and lending policies to strengthen consumer demand as part of its economic transition, US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said on Monday. At the Strategic and Economic Dialogue, State Councilor Yang Jiechi and US Secretary of State John Kerry are co-chairing the strategic track, while Wang and Lew are co-chairing the economic track. The work plan, which specifies key tasks to enhance cooperation this year, was approved at a conference on climate change held on the sidelines of the eighth China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue in Beijing.
It's now possible for the two countries to take more proactive steps to strengthen cooperation and explore new joint possibilities, especially those that boost green finance and encourage entrepreneurs to adopt low-carbon production strategies, US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said. State Councilor Yang Jiechi said the two countries can take the global lead by ratifying the climate accord reached in Paris in December as early as possible.
The two countries signed the agreement in April at the United Nations headquarters in New York, the first step toward ensuring that the agreement takes effect. Yang said other opportunities to promote the agreement would present themselves at the G20 summit in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, in September.
According to Xie Zhenhua, China's chief climate negotiator and deputy chief of the Chinese National Development and Reform Commission, "China will continue to control energy consumption, cut its carbon intensity and deepen South-South cooperation on climate change." South-South cooperation refers to developing countries, which are located mostly in the southern hemisphere, helping each other.
As the world's largest economy, the United States can cut more carbon emissions than they pledged, Xie said, adding that this would help developing countries improve their capacity and make a transition to a more sustainable development model. The renewal of the cooperation agreement, which was signed by NBA China and the ministry in October 2014, was announced on Monday as part of the sports and education initiatives of the China-US High-Level Consultation on People-to-People Exchange in Beijing. The pilot program, which will feature fitness and basketball development in elementary and secondary education, will be rolled out in August with five coaching clinics to train physical education teachers from 500 schools in 10 provinces. The teachers will then introduce and impart their learning in theory and on-court drills to students through weekly basketball classes beginning in September.
In addition, NBA China and the ministry will establish a steering committee made up of basketball experts from China and the United States to advise on the school programs. NBA China and the ministry will also work closely to operate school-based basketball leagues and inter-class competitions and to create a digital portal featuring training videos and other programs to develop basketball at all levels. The partnership extension was inked by NBA China CEO David Shoemaker and Xu Tao, director general of the International Cooperation and Exchange Department of the ministry. Since the establishment of the partnership in 2014, NBA China has hosted a series of coaching seminars and basketball clinics across the country, launched Jr.
Also on Monday, 30 other agreements between the two countries in such areas as soccer, volleyball and winter sports were reached by sports governing officials, association executives and sports industry leaders attending the high-level consultation.

The Qianlong Garden is being renovated with help from the US-based World Monuments Fund, a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of historic architecture and cultural heritage sites.
Kerry is in the Chinese capital for the eighth China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue and the seventh China-US High-Level Consultation on People-to-People Exchange, both of which began on Monday. Liu, Kerry and US Ambassador to China Max Baucus were shown around by Shan Jixiang, museum curator. The garden was built for Emperor Qianlong, the fourth emperor of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) as part of his retirement complex following his 60-year reign.
In 2001, the Palace Museum and the World Monuments Fund began the first phase of the project, restoring the Juanqinzhai (Studio of Exhaustion After Diligent Service). Juanqinzhai, in the north part of the Qianlong Garden, features more than 20 artworks using Chinese materials and themes with Western techniques of perspective. The garden will open to the public in 2020, when the Forbidden City celebrates its 600th birthday, according to the museum's plan. The garden shows the impact of European influence on Chinese art and architecture, with the work of Giuseppe Castiglione, an Italian Jesuit missionary and painter who settled in China in about 1715, especially evident in the brightness of colors. The Forbidden City functioned as China's imperial palace from 1420 until the end of the Chinese monarchy in early 1912. Hao Ping, vice-minister of education, said the signing of the memorandum is one of the major outcomes of the seventh annual China-US High-Level Consultation on People-to-People Exchange, which is being held in Beijing on Monday and Tuesday. The memorandum, signed between Yale University and the Chinese Scholarship Council, will enable several presidents and provosts of Chinese universities to immerse themselves in the Western education ideas and approaches of the prestigious university. Peter Salovey, president of Yale University, said the memorandum actually restarted a former program during which teachers and students met more than 100 presidents and provosts of Chinese universities in previous years. He added that the exchange between Yale and Chinese universities, which dates back about 150 years, is doing well.
Yale has collaborated with well-known universities of Peking University, Fudan University, Tsinghua University and Shanghai Jiao Tong University, in a wide range of fields such as law, environmental studies and life sciences, in which both sides have strengths, he said. Salovey also said people-to-people exchanges are the heart and soul of the relationship between China and the US, and it's an honor and a pleasure that Yale could be part of that. According to the Ministry of Education, China and US have worked closely with each other during the past year to make the programs proposed in 2015 successful, including the Schwarzman Scholars program at Tsinghua University, the China-US Young Maker Competition and the China-US University Presidents' Forum. During this year's two-day session, China and the US also announced the launch of exchanges between university think tanks to research problems facing China, the US and the globe. The two countries will also set up research associations on astronomy to nurture talent in the field. Zhang, at a news conference on the sidelines of the eighth US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue in Beijing, said that China hopes the negotiations will achieve a win-win result.
The United States would like to see a reduction in sectors closed for US investment, which is crucial for reaching a deal. The last time China and the US exchanged offers of negative lists was in September, ahead of President Xi Jinping's state visit to the United States, according to Xinhua News Agency. Negotiations for a bilateral investment treaty have been a key issue of the ongoing S&ED talks. Meanwhile, Minister of Commerce Gao Hucheng said on Monday that Beijing hopes to see the US loosen its restrictions on exports to China. Gao also demanded fair treatment of Chinese companies in the security review of their mergers and acquisitions in the US.
China became the largest trading partner of the US last year, with two-way trade volume reaching $558 billion. The value of bilateral investment stood at $160 billion last year, according to the Chinese Ministry of Commerce.
China and the US need to work closely to fight protectionism and the abuse of trade remedy measures, Zhang added.
Yan Xun, deputy director-general of department of wildlife conservation and nature reserve management of the State Forestry Administration, said the timetable will follow the combined efforts of various government bodies to assess the process and impact of a ban.
During President Xi Jinping's visit to the United States in September, the two countries made a joint commitment to take "significant and timely steps" to halt the domestic commercial trade of ivory. On Monday, the Obama administration announced a near-total ban on the interstate trading of ivory. The final revision of a section of the US Endangered Species Act dealing with African elephants - which will take effect on July 6 - includes exceptions for items containing minimal amounts of ivory and documented antiques. Yan said China applauded the US ivory ban and would like to hear more about the implementation. Cristian Samper, president and CEO of the Wildlife Conservation Society and a member of the President's Advisory Council on Illegal Wildlife Trafficking in the US, said China's announcement to issue a timetable has sent a message, and ivory markets are shutting down.
According to the WCS, between 2010 and 2012, 100,000 elephants were illegally killed for their ivory across the African continent - an average of 91 elephants per day, or nearly one every 15 minutes. Between 2002 and 2013, central Africa's forest elephant population declined by two-thirds, and heavy poaching continues. While this is the last S&ED of the Obama administration, I believe our record demonstrates why it's so important that bilateral engagement continues. We should further encourage personnel exchanges by holding the China-US Tourism Year and introducing more reciprocal visa policies. Expectations of interest rate hikes by the US Federal Reserve have increased uncertainties on the economic growth of emerging market economies. In the bitter US general election, the two parties always talk about trade issues with China, yet Beijing does not overreact to it. Xi made the remarks at the open ceremony of the eighth round of China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogues in Diaoyutai State guesthouse in Beijing. A 400-plus United States delegation, including more than 10 ministers, is attending the two-day dialogue. Both sides should enhance communications on Asian and Pacific issues and the broad Pacific should not become an arena for various parties, but a platform for communications, he said. Mentioning that he had been to the US many times, Xi said that the US people hold friendly feelings toward Chinese people. Xi urged that macroeconomic coordination should be strengthened between the world's two largest economies. Xi added that the two sides should conclude the bilateral investment treaty negotiations, which will benefit both economies, as soon as possible. US Secretary of State John Kerry co-chaired the strategic part of the dialogue with State Councilor Yang Jiechi on Monday.
The US has subpoenaed Huawei as part of a probe into whether the Chinese telecom equipment maker has exported such products to Iran, Cuba and other nations on the US sanction list, The New York Times reported. The investigation comes after the US Commerce Department temporarily sanctioned another Chinese tech company, ZTE Corp, this year, and it highlights a growing discord between China and the US on communication technology trade, analysts said. Ma Yu, a senior researcher at the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation in Beijing, said the US is paying close attention to Chinese technology firms as they strive to gain a bigger international presence. Huawei, one of the world's largest makers of smartphones and telecom equipment, has been growing robustly in recent years.
The company is aiming to beat Samsung Electronics Co and Apple Inc within the next five years to become the world's biggest smartphone maker, with a market share of more than 25 percent, its director, Yu Chengdong, told The Wall Street Journal on Friday. Xiang Ligang, an independent telecom analyst, said the probe will have limited impact on Huawei, given the company's abundant intellectual properties and its ability to make in-house chips and operating systems. The New York Times reported that the US government is demanding that Shenzhen-based Huawei submit all of its information on the export or re-export of US technology to Iran, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Syria, Sudan and Cuba. Admiral Sun Jianguo, speaking in a raised voice, made the comments at a plenary session of the annual Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore, attended by defense chiefs and experts from around the world. But Sun, deputy chief of the Joint Staff Department at the Central Military Commission, spoke in a lower voice to say he believes that other parties involved have "wisdom and patience" - like China - in charting "a path of peaceful negotiation". The different tones used by Sun reflect China's attitudes toward players in the South China Sea issue, where tensions have increased after recent claims by the United States over "freedom of navigation" and an arbitration case brought by Manila against Beijing. The joke suggests how popular the Chinese pastime of mahjong is in this southwestern city of 14 million people.
The game is now helping local students to learn English, thanks to the innovative work of a high school teacher.
The student who can form the most words or longest sentence using the 13 tiles in his or her hand wins, Tian said.
In 2000, while teaching Chinese in a high school in Seattle in the United States, he was impressed with how teachers instructed students in an entertaining way. With a mahjong set, which has 108 tiles, Tian experimented to see how many English letters were needed in a set so that students could form words and sentences with 13 tiles.
Beijing will not sit by and see several countries throwing the South China Sea into chaos, the head of China's delegation to a high-profile intergovernmental security forum said on Sunday. During his stay in Singapore from Friday to Sunday, Sun held 17 bilateral meetings on the sidelines with senior defense officials, including seven from the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
Major General Luo Yuan, a researcher at the Chinese People's Liberation Army Military Science Academy, said he had noticed that Southeast Asian defense officials had downplayed their stance on the South China Sea issue at Sunday's session and voiced hopes of securing stability.
Vietnamese Deputy Minister of National Defense Nguyen Chi Vinh said at the session that Hanoi will continue to strengthen cooperation with China and other countries to build and consolidate confidence. Singaporean Minister of Defense Ng Eng Hen said the Shangri-La Dialogue has been held for 15 years, and that China has become ASEAN's top trading partner.
Zhang Junshe, a senior researcher at the PLA Naval Military Studies Research Institute, said the Vietnamese official's comments are a call to some of the other parties involved and show that China's policy proposals serve the interests of people of all nations. At a session on Saturday, US Defense Secretary Ash Carter outlined Washington's ambitions to increase alignment with allies in the region. Carter also said the arbitration case is "an opportunity for China and the rest of the region". In an indirect response, Sun said on Sunday that some country "supports its allies in confronting China and pressuring China to accept and fulfill the ruling by the arbitration court". The accident happened on Saturday afternoon when a leisure boat capsized in gales on White Dragon Lake in the Lizhou district of Guangyuan, the northernmost city in the province.
The local weather bureau said the boat sank in extreme weather conditions, when a wind speed of 17.5 meters per second was recorded. The boat, designed to carry 40 passengers, had 18 people on board when it capsized, including Zhou Piqiang, the 49-year-old owner of the vessel, his wife Wang Xingju, 43, and son Zhou Lin, 4.
As the water depth at the accident scene was beyond the reach of divers, rescuers relied on sonar and images taken underwater to identify the boat.
Li Xiang, a member of the civilian group Blue Sky Rescue, said the boat sank in waters more than 65 meters deep. On Sunday, a robotic device was being transported from Nanjing, Jiangsu province, to Guangyuan, and was expected to arrive within 24 hours. All tour boat operations have been suspended in Guangyuan for safety checks, said Yang Mingguang, deputy chief of the city government's information office.
Lew arrived in Beijing a day before the annual China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue, being held in the Chinese capital. However, this friendly prelude came ahead of probable fierce arguments between the world's two largest economies over key strategic and economic issues, including the South China Sea and the Korean Peninsula, analysts said. A 400-plus United States delegation, including more than 10 ministers, arrived in Beijing on Sunday to attend the two-day dialogue. US Secretary of State John Kerry will co-chair the strategic part of the dialogue with State Councilor Yang Jiechi on Monday. Ted Galen Carpenter, a senior fellow of defense and foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute, said the main issues at the dialogue are likely to be nuclear security on the Korean Peninsula, preserving and enhancing the global trading system, and the South China Sea.
Wang Fan, vice-president of China Foreign Affairs University, said strategic competition between China and the US is increasing even though the two countries have made progress on military and people-to-people exchanges. There is an urgent need to maintain China-US strategic stability and to reduce misunderstandings, he said.

John Frisbie, president of the US-China Business Council, an organization comprising US companies investing and trading in China, said the dialogue comes three months before President Xi Jinping and his US counterpart Barack Obama meet during the G20 Summit in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, in September.
Some of the outcomes are likely to be resolved at the presidents' September meeting, rather than at the dialogue, he said. Zhiqun Zhu, an associate professor of political science and international relations at Bucknell University in the US, said the annual dialogues have helped to keep communication channels open and to stabilize the bilateral relationship when it is being challenged by various factors. With the help of crowdfunding efforts by about 400 Madman fans, the dream of building a beer pipeline through the Belgian city of Bruges is becoming reality.
Restaurant owner Philippe Le Loup, who has invested $11,000 in the pipeline, said: "You have to be a bit crazy - like the beer - to do such a project.
Brewer Xavier Vanneste got the idea four years ago to pump beer from his brewery to a bottling plant outside Bruges by pipeline instead of having hundreds of trucks blighting the cobblestone streets of the UNESCO-protected medieval city.
In the autumn, the pipeline will start pumping about 4,000 liters of beer an hour to the bottling plant, 3 kilometers away in an industrial zone.
Sending the pipeline along streets where customers could siphon off their favorite beer was too utopian even for Vanneste, but he came up with the next best thing - IOUs with a lifelong drinking guarantee. With a warren of municipal, regional and federal laws governing the picturesque city, building approvals are often laborious to acquire. Now Vanneste looks forward to a historic brewery in a scenic location and an environmentally friendly way of transporting his brews to the bottling plant. Take spitting on the sidewalk - not just ordinary spitting but what is known in parts of the United States as "hucking a loogie". They got off at my stop, and the same fellow hucked up a championship loogie and snorked it onto the floor of the crowed station. After effects like sound and color finding their way onto movie screens decades ago, new technology like 3-D and Imax makes audience part of the movie. Imax Corp, the North American entertainment technology company, is to accelerate its expansion in China after signing a revenue-sharing agreement with Guangzhou Jinyi Media Corp, one of the country's largest cinema chains.
Under the deal, Imax projection technology will be installed in 40 theaters owned by Jinyi by 2020. The country's leading online video operator Youku released its VR development plan in Shanghai last month with a trailer of Black Fairy Tale, China's first short film totally based on VR technology. The seventh round of China-US High-level Consultation on People-to-People Exchange will be held in Beijing today and tomorrow.
US Federal Reserve Board Chairwoman Janet Yellen is to speak today at an event in Philadelphia, where many will be looking for clues if the US central bank is on track for a rate hike before its next monetary policy meeting on June 14 and 15.
China is developping a next-generation bullet train that can run at 400 kilometers an hour and is suitable for cross-border services, a senior researcher with the nation's high-speed rail program said on Sunday. According to an agreement by Chinese and Russian authorities, the Moscow-Kazan line is likely to be extended to Beijing, which will significantly reduce rail travel times between the two nation's capitals.
Wheels on trains now traveling between China and Russia have be changed before crossing the border because the gauges are different.
He was speaking in Beijing on the sidelines of the 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-15) Technology and Innovation Achievements Exhibition.
He said the ultrafast train should be used only for demonstrating new concepts and technologies rather than commercial operation. The God of Cloud and Great Lord of Fate, dated 1954, was estimated to be worth 180 million yuan before the sale at Beijing Poly International Auction on Saturday.
Zhao Xu, executive director of the auction house, said the winning bid was made by a Chinese mainland collector over the phone. The sum paid for the 3-meter-long painting, which has been in the Fu family for generations, was equal to the record for the artist's work. The God of Cloud and Great Lord of Fate demonstrates Fu's investment in capturing classical subject matter, such as court ladies, and in revolutionizing ink art. In the painting, he visualizes a section of the Chu Ci poetry collection that is believed to have been composed by legendary poet Qu Yuan, who lived during the Warring States Period (475-221 BC). The artist went with Guo's opinion and gave the fairy a feminine appearance, not only because they were friends for more than three decades, but also because Guo's research greatly influenced his work. Also, by paring the two gods as lovers, Fu presents the sublime imagination and romanticism that also features in many of his other paintings of classical figures.
We hope that they can seek cooperation in the competition and achieve win-win results," the state councilor said. The interior is replete with social spaces, including a terraced-stairs sitting area, two dining rooms, three lounges and a wine bar.
James Si-Cheng Chao (center), a business leader, cuts the ribbon at the dedication ceremony of the Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Center, which was named after his wife, at Harvard University on Monday. Launched in 2009, it has become an important communication platform between the two countries. Thornton China Center at the Brookings Institution, told China Daily that the problem for China and the US is not ideology or interests, but possible miscalculation. US Secretary of State John Kerry (right) and US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew attended the meeting. That will include more than 60 percent of those in targeted groups, such as the elderly, pregnant women, children, and those with chronic diseases. It consists of an award of $50,000 each to further their work in girls' and women's education. But new challenges and problems for them have also arisen in China since its rapid development, like elsewhere in the world," Pang added. Traditionally, countries announce if their moon-sighting council has seen the new moon of Ramadan on the evening before fasting begins. It is common for Muslims to break the fast with family and friends, while charities organize free meals for the public at mosques and other public spaces. US officials have demanded a narrower negative list, but analysts said the US should not apply developed-economy standards of market entrance to China, a developing country, if it wants to conclude the talks soon.
They should strengthen economic policy exchanges and coordination and improve global economic governance through innovation, said Finance Minister Lou Jiwei.
Both have played key roles and made significant contributions to the agreement, under which 187 countries pledged to cut emissions, Yang said.
Meanwhile, Vice-Premier Wang Yang said that the two countries should carry different responsibilities for propelling efforts to cut carbon emissions. US Undersecretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs Richard Stengel and Chinese Vice-Minister for Education Hao Ping witnessed the signing.
NBA leagues in Beijing and Guangzhou, and donated 10 million yuan ($1.5 million) in a joint effort to build and refurbish public basketball courts across China. Twenty-four rounds of talks on the treaty have been held since negotiations started in 2008.
That's because we can learn the nature of the issue more accurately through the dialogue mechanism and avoid misjudgment.
Launched in 2009, the dialogue has become an important platform for communication between the two countries. They should also cooperate to ensure the G20 Summit, which will be held in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province in September, achieve desired results, he said. Vice-Premier Wang Yang and US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew co-chaired the economic part of the dialogue.
Photos of them playing have become very hot online in recent days, with many netizens calling the inventor a genius. He realized that Chinese students lacked interest in English because they were primarily trained to take examinations. He noted the frequency of letters appearing in words and set the quantities of each letter differently.
He claimed that China has embarked on a "Great Wall of self-isolation" when advancing its military presence in the South China Sea. Three survivors are under observation at Lizhou District No 2 People's Hospital, said Zeng Jia, a doctor. One group tried to find the sunken boat, while the other cruised the scene of the accident and areas 10 km away from the site on the upper and lower shores of the lake.
The communication channels must stay open when the two sides are experiencing serious challenges," he said. About 10 percent of the investment of 4 million euros for the pipeline has been financed through crowdfunding. Not, however, for a beer pipeline, as authorities realized the whole community was backing it. Some people are like sponges, immersing themselves in the culture and absorbing all they can. It consists of coughing up a blob of phlegm, or snorting it from one's sinuses, and expelling it forcefully onto a nearby target.
At 3 meters, one of them made a great hucking noise and blasted a shimmering loogie, like a jewel, onto the sidewalk directly in my path. For example, I saw a driver eat some chicken and then nonchalantly fling the bones and wrapper out the car window. Once, a young woman walking ahead of me finished eating her banana and tossed the peel onto the street.
Active disapproval is a powerful tool, whether to stop people from littering, smoking or spitting. It has since witnessed huge box-office growth, up 48.7 percent year-on-year in 2015, according to the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television. Vice-Premier Liu Yandong will join US Secretary of State John Kerry for talks on strengthening people-to-people ties. The yuan-dollar rate has been in the spotlight since Yellen said last month that higher interest rates would be "appropriate" in coming months. During Ramadan, healthy Muslim adults are required to abstain from food and drink during the day. The train has been made by CRRC Qingdao Sifang Co, a subsidiary of the country's largest train maker, China Railway Rolling Stock Corp, in Shandong province. In 2011, an album of eight ink and color paintings inspired by late Chinese leader Mao Zedong's poems in the mid-1960s sold for the same price.
The latter is thought by many scholars to be a man, although author and historian Guo Moruo argued that it should be a woman.
The painter produced several works themed on the two fairies, although the whereabouts of only three are known.
However, at the same auction on Saturday, a Buddhist-themed ink painting by Zhang Daqian fetched 63.8 million yuan. The center is design to function as an activity hub for the more than 10,000 executives who attend HBS' executive education programs each year.
From left: Senator Elizabeth Warren, Harvard Business School Dean Nitin Nohria, Harvard University President Drew Faust, James Si-Cheng Chao, former US secretary of labor Elaine Chao and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
This clearly showed his social awareness - promoting ecological civilization by recycling waste to nourish plants.
The two sides will have in-depth discussions on a number of topics, including cooperation in education, science and technology, culture, health and sports.

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