Security tightened 阿拉爱上海品茶微信er of personal info

Internet service p阿拉爱上海品茶微信roviders in China will be put un

der tighter scrutiny when they handle overseas transfers of personal in

formation, according to a draft regulation of the Cyberspace Administration of China.

The introduction of the regulation, tentatively called the Asse

ssment Regulation on the Security of Personal Information’s Overseas Uses, is intended to bet

ter safeguard internet users’ rights, national security, public interests and cyberspace sovereignty, the ad

ministration said in a statement on Thursday, while calling for opinions and suggestions to improve the draft.

Based on the Network Security Law, the draft requires internet service operators to conduct security screening on personal infor

mation gathered in their operations within Chinese borders. Any transfer of information that is likely to affect na

tional security, public interests or personal information security is banned by the document.

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aase speaks to local high school students in Changsha

As the liaison to the Canadian Consulate in Hunan province, Haase helps to promote Chinese culture in Canada. Now his foc

us has shifted to education. Haase believes that human development is inseparable from education. As an in

ternational student, he strongly encourages all students to visit the world outside.

Talking about his future work plans, Haase hopes to invite m

ore Canadian students to come to China and come to Hunan to introduce them to the real China.

An 85-year-old man from Huainan, East China’s Anhui province, will sit the national

college entrance examination on June 7 this year, together with other 10 million applicants.

Yao Keliang, a retired coalmine mechanic, took the examination in 2012 and 2

014 to fulfill his dream of studying at university, becoming the oldest person to take the test at the time.

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China attaches great importance to the development of th

 the big data industry and is willing to share opportunities of the dig

ital economy’s development with other countries and jointly explore new growth drive

rs and development paths by exploring new technologies, new business forms and new models, Xi added.

With increasingly wider applications of digital technologies in China, the country is expected to genera

te and store 27.8 percent of global online data by 2025, up from 23.4 percent last year, according to a re

port by market researcher International Data Corp and data storage firm Seagate.

In comparison, the US share will stand at 17.5 percent by 2025, a drop from its 21 percent share in 2018, the report added.

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that f

rom medicine to transportation to farming, big data presents the world with a r

emarkable tool to advance global progress, but with that opportunity also comes risk.

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ate interests, heed its people’s will and safeguard the basic

The two countries should follow the direction set by their heads of state, manage d

ifferences on the basis of mutual respect and expand cooperation on the basis of mutual benefit, he added.

Ren Zhengfei, founder and CEO of Huawei, told the Nikkei Asian Review on Satu

rday that the company has not done anything that violates the law, and the ban will have a limited impact on its business.

However, Xiang Ligang, director-general of the telecom industry association Informat

ion Consumption Alliance, said the US ban will disrupt the global electronics industry, given the size of Hu

awei as the world’s largest telecom equipment maker and the second-largest smartphone vendor.

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These values, rooted on Asia’s culture and history and cen

ered on consensus, social harmony, stability and discipline, are more important and rel

evant than ever in the face of challenges-such as protectionism and terrorism-confronting the world today.

Joefe Santarita, dean of the Asian Center at the University of the Philippines, said Asian values promote consensual approach and communitari

anism rather than individualism, and they prioritize social order and harmony as well as respect for elders, discipline and a pate

rnalistic state along with the primary role of government in economic development.

“Asian values are the salient ingredients on how to learn to work tog

ether through trust and consequently promote globalization,” Santarita told China Da

ily. He cited China’s guanxi, a cultural concept that stresses deep personal connections and maintaining relations.

“Guanxi is a clear manifestation of a success story of a cultural element that is aptly applied

in the business sector. Trust is a fundamental element for Chinese businessmen who have engaged in com

mercial partnerships and international trading systems for centuries,” he said.

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Tax reduction is a comprehensive policy that requires gove

nment departments to enhance coordination as they implement various policies, Li said.

The premier attached great importance to such measures as reducing the rate of the value-add

ed tax, increasing the tax exemption for research costs and reforming individual income tax.

The measures should not only ease the tax burden for manufacturing

companies but also reduce taxes for construction enterprises, which provide a great nu

mber of jobs, Li said, adding that all industries should be covered by the benefits of tax cuts.

Li pledged more efforts to urge government departments and State-ow

ned enterprises to pay off their debts so that the effects of tax reduction are not diminished.

The government will take further measures to deepen reform and opening-up, encoura

ge innovation and entrepreneurship and promote fair competition, Li said, adding that co

mpanies should also seize the opportunity to promote high-quality growth.

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During his childhood, Zhao was inspired by a carto

toon where he saw the protagonist riding a flying motorbike. To realize his childhood fan

tasy, Zhao stopped all his work and sold his apartment in pursuit of his dream to build his own flying motorbike.

Like many men, the 41-year-old native of Hunan province has always dreamed of flying in the

sky one day. He aced science subjects in school and enjoyed fixing electrical appliances at home.

However, due to his impoverished family background, he had to work at a golf range in Don

gguan, Guangdong province, after graduating from middle school in 1998. Zhao later took on a variety of jobs includi

ng security guard, insurance salesman and property agent, gradually putting his childhood dream aside.

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In recent years, sales in many sectors in lower-tier cit

ities have grown more quickly than in big cities, including clothing, food, beverages and home appliances, Chen added.

During Spring Festival in February, small-town youths in third- an

d lower-tier cities outperformed their peers in bigger centers of population in consu

mption across major e-commerce platforms, including the number of orders placed and the range of products bought.

In third- and fourth-tier cities, total online spending during Spring Festival rose by 55 percent year-on-year, comp

ared with 51 percent in first-tier metropolises. Spending by small-town youths on beauty products rose by 7.8 perc

ent year-on-year, compared with a 5.4 percent increase among their peers in larger cities, according to a report rel

eased by Tmall-Alibaba’s e-commerce platform-and market research company Kantar Worldpanel.

Small-town youths have also boosted the movie industry. For example, in the first quarter of this year, some

56 percent of the box office for The New King of Comedy came from lower-tier cities, as did 46 percent for Crazy Alien.

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Baidu CEO nominated to be academician; protest follows

Baidu CEO Robin Li Yanhong’s recent nomination for the country’s highest academic title

in engineering has triggered heated debate, with some netizens claiming Li was unqualified bec

ause of his search engine’s insufficient regulation of fraudulent medical advertising.

Li was one of 531 candidates, including 114 entrepreneurs, who might become academicians of the Chinese Academy of Engi

neering at the end of the year, according to a statement released by the academy on April 30.

Other nominees include e-commerce giant Alibaba’s technology chief Wang Jian, car

maker BYD founder Wang Chuanfu, and Microsoft computer engineer Harry Shum. The candidates wil

l be subject to a strict selection process, and only around 10 to 15 percent of them will be granted the prestigious title.

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Innovation makes souvenirs profitableWhite Rabbit so

Chinese tourist destinations are swearing by global standards to earn more revenue

Having traveled to more than 20 countries and regions, Shi Hui, 36, a unive

rsity lecturer in Shanghai, treasures the souvenirs he bought at each of the places.

Shi goes on at least one trip of about 20 days each year. The souvenirs help keep memor

ies of his experiences overseas fresh, and he proudly flaunts them to visitors to his home.

He also travels widely within the Chinese mainland, but does not feel co

mpelled to buy Chinese souvenirs. This is because most of them are made in Yiwu in Zheji

ang province, and appear somewhat similar to each other, lacking distinctive features in terms of style, design and mater

ials used. Worse, not all of them are authentic but shoddy, of low-end variety, he said.

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