Hospitals in Sou 娱乐地图女神会所thwest China’s Sichuan province for the first time used 5G technology
for disaster medical rescue, after a magnitude 6.0 earthquake hit Changning county on Monday.
According to the official Weibo account of Sichuan Provincial Peopl
e’s Hospital, at 1:25 pm on Tuesday, an ambulance equipped with a 5G emergency rescue syst
em – the first of its kind in the country – carrying a medical team from Sichuan Provincial People’s Hospital and engin
eers from China Mobile Sichuan Company and China Mobile (Chengdu) Industrial Research Institute assisting the j
oint rescue efforts arrived at Changning County Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
At around 9:30 pm, Sichuan Provincial People’s Hospital launched a 5G real-time remote video consultat
ion with its medical team on a patient admitted to Changning County Hospital of TCM for a suspected spleen rupture.
ric and actions regarding the Taiwan question, violated the one-
China principle and the three China-US joint communiques,” he said.
“This has undermined China’s sovereignty and security, sent a seriously wrong message to Taiwan secessionists, and
disrupted regional peace and stability,” Shao said, adding that China must, and will be, reunified.
“If anyone tries to separate Taiwan from the mainland, the Chinese
military will adamantly protect its territorial integrity at all costs,” he said.
As for the South China Sea, Shanahan accused China of undermining fr
eedom of navigation and overflight in the region, and militarizing the local islands.
Uygurs in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
Which in itself is a worrying development since it may be the start of the US using the domestic affa
irs of other countries as a pretext to stifle the growth of foreign competitors to US companies.
Washington, of course, is trying to put the US on the high moral ground while embedding
its trade frictions with other countries into its political agenda and using its economic policy for its foreign policy aims.
In this way, it is hoping to achieve the colonization of the global
business world, allegedly under the banners of human rights, freedom and democracy.
If Washington really cared about the human rights situation in X
injiang, it would by no means ignore the development of the region. Over the past four
decades, the regions’ economy has increased more than 250 times, and the well-being of the Uygur people h
ment to the reindustrialization process, which could be viewed as a sort of financial Dutch disease－the apparent causal relationsh
ip between the increase in the economic development of a specific sector and a decline in other sectors. The more
heated the US stock market gets, the more serious the Dutch disease will become. And, ironically, the US leader is k
een on strengthening the stock market to showcase his political and economic track record.
Besides, the US administration cannot launch large-scale infrastructure construction projects, significantly red
uce the trade deficit with China and deny Chinese investors access to its market all at the same time.
The US’ trade deficit stems from its extremely low national saving
s rate and has to be compensated by other countries’ national savings, which in turn
adds to the trade deficit. On the other hand, China’s efficiency in the manufacturing industry mak
uppliers worldwide. In November, it unveiled a list of its 92 core suppliers for the first ti
me. Thirty-three of them are from the US, including chip giants Qualcomm Inc and Intel Corp.
Wang Yanhui, secretary-general of the Mobile China Alliance, said, “Huawei has also been pre
paring for such a situation for some time and has hoarded chips to handle a worst-case scenario.”
The company became the world’s third-largest buyer of semiconductors last year.
China will definitely safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of its businesses, and Trump’s executive order is n
ot a “constructive and friendly” gesture, Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said on Thursday.
d an unfinished self-knitted sweater to a wedding dress and a tie with a lipstick mark, has in
creased by threefold to more than 200. All the objects are left behind from breakups and donated by the public.
People seem to find closure for a broken relationship by donating souvenir
s from former lover, Kang Shidong, owner of the museum, told Shanxi’s news portal sxrb
.com. He said a young man brought a bracelet and spent a whole afternoon writing a note, elaborating his love story.
Besides closure, what surprises Kang is that some visitors fell in love after coming across each other at the museum. “As f
ar as I know, some have entered romantic relationships,” said Kang. “I’m happy to see that. The purpose of estab
lishing such a museum is for people to say goodbye to their old relationship and stride into a new one.”
ues, including existing ski resorts and some newly built projects, to host all eight Olympic snow
sports in 2022. The three clusters will be connected by a new high-speed railway, which will be com
pleted by the end of this year. It looks beyond the Games to boost future winter sports tourism.
According to the organizing committee, all 26 venues for 2022 will be ready by June next year with the first t
est event, a World Cup skiing series, scheduled to be held in Yanqing’s National Alpine Skiing Center in February.
About 90 percent of the earth moving work for the mountain center is now complete, and a 53-hec
tare forest reserve has been built nearby for transplantation of all the trees affected by the construction.
“The preparations are ready to step up to the next stage, from planning to the readiness
phase. Beijing is ahead in the race against time,” said Liu Yumin, director of the planning, construction and
sustainable development department of the 2022 Olympic Organizing Committee.
nitoring and evaluation of Arctic climate and environmental changes, develop platforms for po
lar scientific research, and promote the sharing of Arctic observation data and international work pr
ojects, Wang said during the Arctic Circle China Forum in Shanghai on Friday.
“We look forward to working with other countries to smooth the economic channel that conn
ects the European and American continents through the Arctic Ocean and jointly create a ‘Polar Silk Roa
d’ to facilitate connectivity and sustainable economic and social development of the Arctic,” he said.
Wang said that Arctic affairs, especially those regarding climate c
hange, environmental protection, scientific research and the use of waterways, are closel
y related to the well-being of people living in the polar region and the survival and development of all humankind.
old student from Xidian University in Shaanxi province, died from a rare cancer of the soft tissue. Wei was re
searching the disease on Baidu and came across an advertisement for treatments that proved ineffective.
After Wei’s death, Baidu announced a sweeping restructuring and optimization of its medical business, especially regardi
ng its paid listing practices. It also tightened regulations on medical promotion and enforced clear labeling rul
es that differentiate advertisements from credible medical information, according to media reports.
However, medical advertising remains one of the key sources of income for Baidu, and some are still trying to exploit the s
ystem. In April, the police in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, detained a team of medical fraudsters who drove up r
ankings on Baidu’s research results to promote faulty hospitals to patients, local authorities said.
satellite in 2021, so the (Cambodian) government hoped that someone could learn something abo