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He also underlined the significance of a strong audience base in the fu

ture. “It’s about developing the audience for Chinese animated films – to create projec

ts that are more popular with broader appeal,” he said. “The most important thing is to tell a good story with i

nteresting characters, in a way that is fresh and new, different and exciting for the audience.”

Minkoff said the Chinese animation industry has grown vigorously over the past dec

ade. “I’ve seen improvements made in the quality of the animation, the production and the filmmaking.”

With the coming of the 5G era and virtual reality, he thinks it opens up new space for creativity and accessibility. “The changes in techno

logy are going to continue to improve and make it possible to make really interesting, different kinds of films, an

d put the tools of filmmaking and animation into more people’s hands, which I think would be very good,” the director said.

Besides the animated adaptation of Wolf Totem, Minkoff revealed to

China Daily he is working on a “secret” project inspired by Chinese culture. “The movie is bas

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Slower rise in Chinese studying overseas pose for phot

The number of Chinese studying abroad grew at a slower rate in 2018 compared with 2017, as more students have come to realize

that overseas study does not necessarily guarantee a well-paid job on foreign shores, or back home, education experts said.

In 2018, 662,100 Chinese went abroad to study, up 8.83 percent from a year earlier, w

hile the growth rate was 11.7 percent in 2017, according to the Ministry of Education.

Ran Wei, vice-president of New Channel International Education

Group, said that while one should not read too much into the lower growth rate last year because of the la

rge base in 2017, the major motivation for Chinese students going abroad seems to be evolving.

The main driver now for enrolling in offshore schools is to make re

sumes more attractive for job searches back in China rather than seeking a new life abroad.

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Mapping of parathyroid hormone to help patients of os

Scientists have for the first time seen clearly the dynamic structure of the receptor of human parathyroid hormone, of which the s

ecretion is closely related to diseases including osteoporosis, hypoparathyroidism, and cachexia.

The revelation provides valuable insights into discovering novel therap

eutics against such diseases, the group of researchers said at a media briefing on Friday.

Patients of osteoporosis, who the National Health Commission in October said number nearly 20 percent of Chin

ese over the age of 50, need to take medicines stimulating the human parathyroid hormone receptor.

As such medicines are polypeptide, they can only be injected rather than being orally ta

ken, which can trigger a reaction with enzymes in the mouth and become ineffective, researchers said.

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The doctor known for saving lives of leukemia patients

His dedication led him to discover a drug to cure an aggressive form of the cancer

Every Thursday, 95-year-old Wang Zhenyi hosts a discussio

n session with young doctors to find solutions for complicated medical cases. Wang, a pione

ering expert in hemopathology and a tenured professor at Ruijin Hospital affiliated with the Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ

ersity’s School of Medicine, has been doing this for 16 years in order to nurture more medical talent.

With over 70 years of experience in the hemopathology field, Wang was among the first academicians at the Chinese Acad

emy of Engineering, and the recipient of the country’s highest award in science and technology in 2010.

He is best known for saving the lives of patients suffering from acute promyelocytic le

ukemia, also known as M3. It is the most aggressive form of leukemia with the highest fatality rate. If not treated i

n time, 90 percent of patients die within six months, with some patients living not more than three days after diagnosis.

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learer view on self-driving cars offered in road tests report

Almost 60 vehicles drove for more than 150,000 kilometers around the national capital

The Beijing Commission of Transport has released the first autonomous driving road test report in China. I

nsiders believe it advances the development and application of self-driving technology in the country.

Released at the end of March, the report said Beijing had 56 self-drivin

g vehicles from eight companies traveling more than 153,600 kilometers in 2018.

Among the companies – including the Shanghai-based electric car

startup Nio and Beijing-based Pony. ai, as well as Germa

n auto giants Daimler and Audi – China’s search giant Baidu made an outstanding contribution.

While other participants tested their one or two autonomous vehicles, B

aidu tested a fleet of 45 cars equipped with its Apollo autonom

ous driving system. They accounted for more than 80 percent of self-driving cars tested in 2018 in Beijing.

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Liu made the remarks during his meeting with US Presi

dent Donald Trump at the White House Oval Office.

The vice premier, who is heading the Chinese trade negotiation te

am, conveyed greetings and a message from President Xi Jinping to President Trump.

In the message, Xi said that new substantial progress has been made on the text of the China-US economic and trade agreement in the past month or so.

Xi encouraged the two sides to maintain the spirit of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit, and resolve issues of mutual

concern so as to conclude the negotiations on the agreement text as soon as possible.

Xi also said that a healthy and stable development of China-US relations needs, in partic

ular, their strategic leadership, and that he is ready to keep close contact with Trump through various means.

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Han lived in a 130-square-meter house before m

ng Wu. He planned to invite her to move in, but Wu didn’t want to leave her apartmen

t at the Social Welfare Institute of Wuhan in Jianghan district, where she had been residing for four years. So Han move

d to the institute, into an apartment across from Wu. He would call her every morning and they would eat three meals together.

On Nov 1, 2018, the two tied the knot. Han gave Wu a one-karat diamond ring at their wedding ceremony.

he institute arranged for them a suite, which has turned into a cozy home with their careful arrangement. Han’s books, newspap

ers and magnifying glasses and Wu’s handwork sit on the desk, while Han’s favorite calligraphy works hang on the wall.

Wu learns singing during the day and Han reads newspapers. When he plays Chinese che

ss, she sits and watches him. Sometimes they do handwork together, watch the TV news and order takeout food.

Han said he did astronomy research when he was young and Wu did oil exploration

, both areas requiring field work, so they have a lot of common topics to talk about every day.

On Thursday afternoon, they shot their wedding photos at the garden of the Social Welfare Institute. Han said, “I’m so happy.”

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World’s widest immersed channel takes shape

The first tube of the world’s widest immersed channel is expected to be put in position of a mega bridge across the Lin

gding Bay at the mouth of the Pearl River in South China soon, according to an assistant chief engineer of the project.

Yang Runlai from CCCC First Harbor Engineering Co Ltd said Thursday that workers are preparing

for the connection of a tunnel end on an island with the first immersed tube, the Science and Technology Daily reported.

Yang’s company took charge of constructing an island and major part of the tunnel of the Shenzhen-Zhongshan Bri

dge, another mega project of bridge, island and tunnel after the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB).

The new project, 38 kilometers from the HZMB, is 24 kilometers long. It has the immer

sed tunnel in the east and the bridge section in the west to ensure the sea routes there.

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More appetite among Chinese, Asian collectors for Western art

hinese and Asian art collectors have become more knowledgeable, sophisticated and are branching out for m

ore Western works, said Francis Belin, president of Christie’s Asia, who is excited about the trend.

“Chinese clients have evolved from being very dedicated to Chinese arts to gaining increasing interest

in other categories and expanding the spectrum of the type of objects that they wish to collect,” Belin told

Xinhua in an interview in New York City during Christie’s Asian Art Week held on March 19-26.

Diversity of collecting is one of three “fundamental trends” the auction house has obse

rved among the Chinese and Asian buyers, Belin said, noting the increased appetite to collect across categories.

About 10 or 20 years ago, Asian collectors focused primarily on the art that relates to their own c

ulture, he said, “we’ve seen this evolved in the past years to be much more holistic in the collecting of our Asian buyers.”

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Since the blast, six rounds of search and rescue missions have

have been launched, and the search area has been expanded from 1.1 square kilometers to 2 km, Cao Lubao, mayor of Yancheng, said at a news conference on Sunday afternoon.

He said that more than 4,500 medical workers and 116 ambulances participated in the rescue work. The National Health Commi

ssion sent 16 leading experts and Jiangsu sent 65 experts from the province’s renowned hospitals to treat the injured.

“As of Sunday noon, 604 victims remain in 16 hospitals. Another 59 people have been discharged after treatment,” he said.

Li Shaodong, deputy head of the Jiangsu Commission of Health, said specialized treatment plans have be

en made for every patient. “Psychologists have also been sent to help the recovery of the patients, their relatives and rescuers.”

Workers have been sent to comfort the families of the deceased, including 43 medical worke

rs to accompany senior family members. The bodies will be treated according to ethnic and religious customs, said Li.

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