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The celebrations to mark the 22nd anniversary of the founding of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region as well as its image as Asia’s World City were
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It was a watershed moment for the SAR, as it let the world see who is upholding the rule of law and other core values of Hong Kong society and who is trying to undermine them.上海品茶微信女神会所
But as well as the shocking rampage on Monday, in which a roused rabble broke into Hong Kong’s legislature and defaced the portraits
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any in Hong Kong who expected them to at least publicly condemn the appalling display of lawlessness and wanton destruction.
Opposition lawmakers, however, have chosen not to denounce the hooliganism. Instead, they have taken it as another opportunity to criticize the SAR government.上海品茶微信
As a matter of fact, the anger among many of those resorting to violence has been inflamed by opposition lawmakers’ rude
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these politicians do not have the courage to acknowledge their responsibility for the monster they have fostered and unleashed.
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nurture, law-abiding Hong Kong residents have been horrified by such a brazen challenge to Hong Kong’s law and order.
Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor said she hopes the wider Hong Kong community will com
e together to censure those who defiled the legislature and has vowed to bring to justice all those responsible.上海品茶微信女神会所
What has also been notable is the hypocrisy of some Western governments — the United Sta
tes and United Kingdom most prominently — which have called for a stop to the violence, as if they have had
nothing to do with it. But, looking back at the whole protest saga, they have been deeply involved in fueling it since its inception.
The consequences of these outside agitations have been the increasingly serious
illegal actions that undermine Hong Kong’s rule of law and social order and harm the fundamental interests of its residents.
That is why the Commissioner’s Office of the Foreign Ministry in the HKSAR issued a statement on Tuesday denouncing foreign
interference in Hong Kong affairs and demanding those Western governments stop fanning political unrest in Hong Kong.
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Gas explosion occurred in the process of checking the gas leak point, which injured 9 people. All of them were sent to the he was
no life danger. All the residents in the corridor had been evacuated. At present, there was no open fire on the scene.
Secretary Tan Zuojun of the Dalian Municipal Committee and Mayor Tan Chengxu of the Munici
pal Government gave the first instructions, demanding that all efforts be made
to treat the wounded, identify the causes of the accident and prevent the occurrence of secondary disasters. They also instructed the executive vice mayor of Lulin, Vice Mayor
Yang Yaowei and the main leaders of the Xigang District Committee and District Government to rush to the
scene to organize and deploy on-site rescue, mass resettlement and other related work.
At present, there are no deaths and 9 minor injuries on the scene.
All of them have ber treatment. The situation on the scene is stable and controllable.
Reporters learned from the Propaganda Department of Dalian Municipal Party Committee that a residentia
l building in Bayi Road, Xigang District, Dalian City, exploded with a tremendous sound.
At the time of the explosion, there was a sense of vibration in many nearby buildings. Fire police and other departe scene to rescue. About 21 o’clock, the op
en fire on the spot has been put out. See it in the video taken by the mass mobile phone on the spot.
cities, includi上海龙凤1314品茶微信ng Kunming, Ningbo, Xiamen and Guiyang, received less than 7,000 visi
ts per kilometer for each day, below the 7,000-visit bottom line required by the National Deve
lopment and Reform Commission, the nation’s top economic planner, as early as 2015.
More global top companies will participate in and expand their exhibition area du
ring the second China International Import Expo, financial news outlet Yicai reported.
The expo, which will be held in Shanghai again this November, will al
so have thousands of companies taking part for the first time, the report said.
“We will expand our display area from 200 square meters to 300 square meters this year, which shows our confidence in the Chi
nese market,” said Eric Rondolat, CEO of Dutch lighting company Signify, formerly known as Philips Lighting.
ocuments including a guideline on innovation and improving macro-regulation
, as well as a guideline on strengthening opening-up and cooperation in innovation capacity.
The meeting called for taking the supply-side structural reform as the main task, making coordinated efforts to stabilize economic
growth, promoting reforms, readjusting the economic structure, improving people’s livelihoods, pr
eventing risks, and ensuring social stability, according to a statement issued after the meeting.
The strategic guiding role of national development planning should be leveraged to improve coordination mec
hanisms for economic policies such as finance, currency, employment, industry, and regional development to en
sure the nation’s economic development stays within a reasonable range, the statement said.
nced that when conditions are right, artificial means will be used to make rain.
Chen Lijuan, the chief weather forecaster of the National Climate Center, sai
d rain is on the way to the northeast and will arrive next week. That should alleviate the
drought, but dry conditions will continue to make things worse in Yunnan, she said.
Zhou Wenyi, a 26-year-old from Kunming, Yunnan province, said that the weather is very strange this year.
“The climate of Yunnan is kind of like the southeastern Asian countr
ies, where April and May are the two hottest periods before the rainy season arrives. The hig
hest temperature in Yunnan’s summer period usually is around 21 to 22 C,” she said.
incomparable contributions to museums and culture worldwide will leave an indelible legacy. In 1983, he accepted the Pritzker Architecture Prize here at The Met, s
aying: ‘Let us all be attentive to new ideas, to advancing means, to dawning needs, to impetuses of change so that we may ac
hieve, beyond architectural originality, a harmony of spirit in the service of man,” read The Met’s official Twitter account.
“For this Chinese-American growing up in the DC area, the East Win
g of the National Gallery of Art was an extraordinarily special place. A mon
ument ot beauty and to the possibilities of being an immigrant. RIP to a legend,” Twitter user Jia Lynn Yang wrote.
“You cannot talk about architecture in the last 60 years without talking seriously about I.M. Pei,” said Ro
bert AM Stern, a former dean of the Yale University school of architecture. “It’s not a single building. It’s h
is work over a generation of time and his logical and relentless pursuit of the highest degree of excellence.”
Socheat Chea, a Cambodian student with big dreams, wouldn’t attract much attention if he
walked down a street in his country since he doesn’t talk a lot and is a bit shy around strangers.
His classmate, Edgar Moreno Pena, who is from Venezuela, is more adept at socializing. He has
a vocabulary of more than 200 Chinese words, tells shopkeepers on Beijing streets pia
nyidian (give me a bigger discount) and uses Chinese-language food-delivery apps on his mobile phone.
“I often do shopping at Taobao and JD,” he said, referring to China’s two most popular online shopping websites.
Although the two foreign students have few similarities in their perso
nal backgrounds, they share a common goal at the Shenzhou Institute in northern Be
ijing: They are trying to learn from Chinese teachers how to design, build, operate and maintain satellites.