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Speaking of the Chinese economy, Liu said, China is

 accelerating its transition from high-speed growth to high-quality develo

pment, as its economic structure continues to upgrade, and new momentum sustains remarkable growth.

China has adopted a proactive fiscal policy this year with greater intensity and enhanced efficiency, rolling out substa

ntial tax cuts and fee reductions, and its economic growth in the first quarter has gotten off to a good start, Liu said.

The minister said his country will continue to significantly relax ma

rket access, enhance the protection of intellectual property rights, and carry out larg

er-scale tax cuts and fee reductions, so as to create a more attractive investment and business environment.

On the sidelines of the Development Committee meeting, Liu met with David Malpass, the new World Bank president, as scheduled.

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China to build new FTZ in Yangtze River Deltaised in stacks at th

China is planning to build a new Free Trade Zone in the Yangtze River Delta region, China Business Network reported on Wednesday.

Deputy Director of the Shanghai Development and Reform Commission Zhu Min made t

he announcement at a press conference on promoting high-quality development on Wednesday in Shanghai.

Although Zhu didn’t reveal the exact location of the new FTZ, S

uzhou Industrial Park in East China’s Jiangsu province is expected to be the spot.

Suzhou Industrial Park said to a CBN reporter the FTZ is a national-level plan and the park hasn’t got any news yet.

Zhu emphasized the Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone should cooperate with other FTZs in th

e Yangtze River Delta to play a greater role in leading high-quality development in the region.

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Shanghai pays highest monthly wages in China ordi

Employees in Shanghai earn the highest monthly incomes in China, according to a report by 58 Tongcheng Recruitment Research Institute.

With an average monthly wage of 9,723 yuan ($1,447.64), Shanghai, China’s financial ce

nter, tops the country’s income rankings, the report on talent flow in quarter one said.

New first-tier city Hangzhou in East China’s Zhejiang province came in second, wi

th an average of 8,684 yuan, up 25.77 percent year-on-year – the highest growth rate.

With development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area set to begin, Gu

angzhou in South China’s Guangdong province offers the most job opportunities, up 24.95 percent year-on-year.

Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen remain job seekers’ p

referred locations, with Shenzhen most popular in the first quarter of this year, the report said.

An employment-first policy has been elevated to the status of a macro policy for the first

time in this year’s government work report, and China will pursue the policy with full force in 2

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DePaulo said the increase in the number of singl

households has implications for all aspects of society, and more things will need to change as the single population continues to grow.

For example, she cited how food is sold.

“Supermarkets can’t just offer big family-sized packages of things,” she said, and prices on th

ings also need to be fair so “single people should not be charged more per person than couples are”.

“The way we value other people also has to change,” DePaulo added.

Like most fathers, I have kept up the habit of buying cartoon books for my baby

girl, who is now one year old, to encourage her to develop an interest in the outside world.

However, as I opened a new box of books last week, I thought I had placed the wrong order. O

n the cover of the first book the boldly colored headline jumped out: Quantum Physics. The second book I picked

up was titled Quarks. The third one, Aerospace Engineering, looked a little more practical at first glance. However, it w

as only after much closer examination of the cover that I found two much smaller words prefixing each of the headlines: Baby Loves.

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State Council pledges more fee reductionsunrise view of

China will take measures to reduce government fees and operating service char

ges in order to further reduce burdens on businesses and individuals, it was d

ecided on Wednesday at a State Council executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang.

Starting from July 1, charges on real estate registrations will be cut or cancel

ed outright. The eligibility for fee reductions on patent applications will be broadened.

Charges on exit and entry travel documents such as pass

ports, registrations of some trademarks, and usage of various radio frequencies will be fur

ther reduced. Significant reductions in these charges are required, it was decided.

Ownership registration fees for properties such as parking spaces will be reduced from 550 yuan ($81.97) to 80 yua

n. And fees for extended use of trademarks will be reduced from 1,000 yuan to 500 yuan.

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High school graduates in China normally need to tak

o take the national college entrance examination, or gaokao, to be ad

mitted to a university. Independent enrollment was added as an alternative admission met

hod in 2003 to allow some key universities to enroll students based on subjective criteria.

Currently, 90 universities have allocated 5 percent of their enrollment slots to indepen

dent students with special talents. They admit more than 20,000 such students every year.

Tests of academic competence and interviews are usually required. Universit

ies start the independent enrollment process in March, while the gaokao takes place in June.

The gaokao is a highly competitive and stressful test, and in some provinces with large num

bers of high school graduates, a single point can separate more than 1,000 students. The exams create a lot of anxiety amo

ng students and parents, and some will do anything possible, even committing fraud, to be admitted to a better university.

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We grow high-quality dendrobium without samake a livi

logical environment, allowing the villagers to make a living from the mount

ains,” said Ruan, who introduced the medicinal herb to the forest after a thorough investigation.

Oaks in the village have rough, thick barks, rich in water

and nutrients, making it easier for the dendrobium to attach to the trees and absorb more nutrients.

Since 2013, the company has planted dendrobium on the tree trunks of more than 267 hectares of oak forest.

For a long time, however, transportation difficulties meant the landloc

ked village could not capitalize on its unique ecological advantage. Growing dend

robium officinale was something villagers, including 44-year-old Chen Jian, had never thought of.

“All the oaks are ‘cash cows’ now,” Chen said. “Natural forests cannot be cut, so we did nothing but protect them in the past. Eve

since the dendrobium were ‘planted’ on the tree trunks, the green hills that we have kept for decades have turned into gold.”

Located in Anlong county, in Guizhou’s Qiannan Buyei and Miao autonomous prefect

ure, Zhegui is rich in forestry resources and has a climate that is neither too hot in summer nor too cold in winter.

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Ruan said the finished products, after the drying proce

e sold at a market price of more than 15,000 yuan per kilogram. In the markets of Hunan an

d Fujian provinces, some products are still short in supply and sell for more than 20,000 yuan per kg.

Now, the company is gradually entering markets in Beijing and the Yangtze River Delta and Pearl River Delta regions.

Besides offering considerable economic benefits without felling trees, the dendrobium industry has also accelerated poverty alleviation in Zhegui.

Poverty-stricken villagers are encouraged to work at the dendrobium base and buy shares in the company.

With an average annual income of over 30,000 yuan, a total of 1,691 residents in 445 households in Zhegui have stepped out of poverty, statistics showed.

Starting from Zhegui, dendrobium has made roots in many regions of Anlong cou

nty, with the total area of imitation wild dendrobium covering more than 340 hectares.

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Dream lifestyles in Dali end in disappointment

“If you are not satisfied with your life and don’t know why you have lost your smile; if you are unhappy and don’t like being where you are, go west – with Dali your destination.”

These lyrics form part of a song in the Chinese blockbuster movie Breakup Buddies, wh

ich was shot mostly in Dali, an attractive city in Yunnan province, and released in 2014.

The film inspired many middle-income earners tired of the hustle and bustle of urban life to quit their jobs in big cities and move to Dali.

However, unlike in Breakup Buddies, many people’s dreams of finding a

better life in Dali – which has provided the perfect backdrop for romantic trysts in hun

dreds of movies – have not had happy endings, and they are beginning to leave for a variety of reasons.

Chu Xiaogui, an author of popular books who moved to Dali from Beijing with her husba

nd in December 2015, said she had since witnessed many friends leaving and returning to their hometowns.

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Stress-busters in demand as life gets hecticia platforms

Sales of anti-hair loss products, sleeping pills and aids show market revival

Chinese born in the 1990s, long troubled by hectic lifestyles marked by working till late, heavy

workload and career-related pressures, have a new problem to deal with: hair loss.

But certain manufacturers are sensing a big business opportunity

as products that promise to cure or prevent hair loss are seeing something of a revival.

Last year, among consumers who bought hair care and hair growth products on e-commerce platforms of Alib

aba Group Holding Ltd, 36 percent were born after 1990, and more than 38 percent were born between 1980 and 1990.

Middle-aged and senior consumers showed lower-than-expected demand for hair c

are products, according to a report by AliHealth, the health and medicine unit of Alibaba Group.

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