irs of Richard Nixon, was published in May this year to mark the 40th anniversary of th
e normalization of China-US ties. Different translated versions were also published in 1979 and 2001.上海乌托邦
The 1,166-page book, an intensely personal examination of his life and caree
上海乌托邦品茶微信r, sheds light on the Nixon administration’s behind-the-scenes decisions for dealing with a then-isolated China.
In an article published by Foreign Affairs magazine in October 1967, Nixon stressed the importa上海乌托邦
nce of Asia to the US and the world, concluding with a section on US policy toward China.
“For the short run, then, this means a policy of firm restraint, of no reward, of a creative counter-pressure designed to pers
上海乌托邦uade Peking (Beijing) that its interests can be served only by accepting the basic rules of in
ternational civility. For the long run, it means pulling China back into the world com
munity-but as a great and progressing nation, not as the epicenter of world revolution,” Nixon said.上海乌托邦
According to the book, shortly after taking office in 1969, Nixon urged Kissinger to explore the possi
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The book tells how China and the US sent signals to each other.
Nixon wrote, “The first serious public step in the China initiative h
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The report called the Chinese “a great and vital people w
ho should not remain isolated from the international community”.上海乌托邦
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orld, that we take what steps we can toward improved practical relations with Peking,” the report read.上海乌托邦品茶微信
Nixon said Chinese leaders clearly understood the significance of the language in the report, because two days l
ater, during a meeting in Warsaw, Poland, with US Ambassador Walter Stoessel, the C
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g. He also hinted that China would welcome a high-ranking US official as head of the delegation.
customers,” says Lin Dayan, an October Time manager. “We offer them
a place where they can get in touch with their dreams.”上海419论坛品茶微信
Another 24-hour bookshop in Beijing that allows customers to get in touch with their dreams, and with the past, too, is China Boo
上海419论坛kstore Yanchi Building, renowned for its collections of ancient books and precious secondhand books. The build
ing in which the shop is located in a restored part of the Di’anmen Gate of old Beijing, dates back to the 15th century.上海419论坛
On July 20, four years to the day when the shop opened, half of about a dozen desks in its reading-for
-free zones were occupied. Outside, the din of the nearby Shichahai areas and hutong were dying
上海419论坛品茶微信down; inside, some were reading the shop’s books and some were working or studying.
One shop assistant and one guard were on duty, their shifts due to end at 8 am the following day, and they seemed happy to
offer assistance to customers. In these shops that help can go beyond locating books, because apart from having cafes, a上海419论坛
nd selling gift items, some are turning into venues for all kinds of social activities.
In Page One Qianmen there are occasional mini concerts in the evening.上海419论坛品茶微信
“For 24-hour bookstores, the operating challenges run into the second half of the night, says Zhang Lei, also known as San S
hi, a veteran bookstore planner and critic. “The solutions include running multiple businesses.上海419论坛
“Midnight bookstores are like large study areas, a third space in addition to the home a
nd the workplace. People actually do a lot of things in bookshops; they go there with relatives, meet friends in them a
上海419论坛品茶微信nd treat them like well-known tourist attractions, taking the usual kinds of photos.”
Zhang is skeptical about the chances of unstaffed bookshops, because one of the things that 24-hour bookshops have goin
g for them in the relentless battle against online bookselling is that they bring people together, he says.
“If you ask me, bookshops with no people seem a bit vulnerable.”
bookstore opened in Xiong’an New Area, Hebei province. Driven by the adv
antages of 5G networking, book lovers can enter after having their face or their identity c上海419品茶微信
ard scanned, and obtain their favorite books any time, because technology has made 24-hour unstaffed service feasible.
上海419In Sanlitun, the heart of Beijing’s nightlife hub, at 11 pm on a sum
mer night, among the bustling crowds one store stands out. It is Sanlian Taofen Sa
nlitun Bookstore, a 24-hour bookstore that has become a landmark since it opened last year.上海419
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上海419品茶微信The night China Daily visited the shop, and alley that connects the north
ern and southern ends of Sanlitun Village was teeming with people, while in the 700-squ
are-meter bookstore with about 20,000 books, a couple of young people were sitting next to their laptops open.上海419
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e place I use most for finishing work each day. This is the only quiet place I can find arou
上海419品茶微信nd here where I do not need to worry about closing time, and you have the air conditioning in summer, too.”
Another of those in the shop, Zhao Xiaohan of Xiamen, Fujian province, who was on holi
day in Beijing, says: “I accidentally found this place while I was looking for a perch after a long day of trave上海419品茶微信
l. It’s a relaxing place, but many young people come in here after dinner time because it’s the summer holidays.”
上海419In addition to stocking the latest titles and best-sellers, Sanlian Taofen sells books in ancien
t Chinese and many works in English. To attract customers in an area that is popular with tourists it al
so sells souvenirs and ornaments representative of traditional Chinese culture.上海419品茶微信
Another tourist in the shop, who says she is from Moscow, was astounded by the shop’s ran
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A shop assistant says the design of the shop, on two floors, is inspired by Travelers a上海419品茶微信
mong Mountains and Streams, an ink-wash painting by Fan Kuan of the Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127).
Shanghai will encourage more cultural and tourism sites to launch nighttime activiti
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A village in Yongjia county of Wenzhou was flooded as torrential dow
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The Shanzao village was submerged by the flood early Saturday morning after T
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Che Jun, Zhejiang’s Party secretary, rushed to the Shanzao village Saturday afternoon to check the damage and casualties.
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ke were blow down by the howling gale at noon, crumbling road lamp poles.
In nearby Shanghai, the local meteorological observatory issued an orange alert on Typhoon Lekima Satur
day afternoon, with heavy downpours expected in its urban area within the next six hours.上海龙凤419
The Shanghai Disney Resort, including Shanghai Disneyland, was closed on Saturday for safety reasons.
It is the first time that Shanghai Disneyland has closed do
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People who had tickets for Shanghai Disneyland for Saturday can visit the park on any
other day within the next six months (by February 10, 2020), according to the resort.
for literature,” he said, citing Garcia Marquez’s “Love in the Time of Cholera,” a romance that develops on a river.
上海贵族宝贝While the river behind his childhood home has run dry, said Mo
Yan, he can always rely on the abundant waters of the Amazon for inspiration.上海贵族宝贝女神会所
“I will simply imagine that the Amazon is my river, the river of my childho
od. It will give me inspiration, guidance and confidence, as many readers do,” he said.
上海贵族宝贝At the conference, Mo Yan was awarded an honorary doctorate by the
Diego Portales University, the highest academic distinction from the university.
The Chinese writer will be traveling to other cities, following his visit to Santiago.上海贵族宝贝女神会所
Mo Yan was born in 1955 and grew up in Shandong province in eastern China.
In awarding him the Nobel Prize, the judges described him as a write
r “who with hallucinatory realism merges folk tales, history and the contemporary.”上海贵族宝贝女神会所
An event, entitled “Night of Chinese Culture and Tourism,” which is p
上海贵族宝贝art of a series of activities to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the establishment
of diplomatic ties between China and Mongolia, was held here on Thursday.
The event, co-organized by the Chinese Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the Chinese Embassy in Mongolia, the Mo上海贵族宝贝女神会所
ngolian Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Sports and the Mongolian Ministry of Environment and Touri
sm attracted about 1,300 Mongolians and representatives of Chinese citizens living in Mongolia.上海贵族宝贝
The audience enjoyed an authentic and wonderful performance of Shaolin Kungfu
上海贵族宝贝and Tai Chi Kungfu by a group of kungfu masters from the Central China’s Henan province.
The event aims to show the Mongolian people the rich and colorful resources of China’s culture an
d tourism, showcase the unique customs and the diversity and charm of the Chinese civilization, and furt
er promote cultural exchanges and cooperation between the two countries, according to the organizers.
t just invaluable repositories of Buddhist art, the artifacts also illuminate the historical and cultural interactions a
上海后花园女神会所mong the world’s civilizations. They were created amid some of the most open periods in Chinese history,” Zhang said.
Building on the conservation support it received from the United States, France
and other countries starting in the 1980s, the academy has since extended its rese上海后花园
arch work to other developing areas, Zhang said. Zhang himself led a multidisciplinary research trip to the Ba
miyan Buddhist statues site in Afghanistan last year. The Taliban turned the statu
上海后花园女神会所es into rubble in 2001 and the international community has been discussing how to restore them ever since.
“Our researchers have gone to India, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. We are going out and opening more doors to cultural inter
action, sharing our knowledge that traces back to Dunhuang’s place on the Silk Road,” he said.上海后花园
Zhang Yuanlin, chief librarian and director of the center for research on the Silk Road and Dunhuan
上海后花园女神会所g at the academy, said the Mogao Caves are fascinating examples of the cultural, religious and soci
al interaction that China hosted in ancient times through its role as a trading hub.
The cave artifacts depict artistic elements beyond India, and Central and Wes上海后花园
tern Asia, to encompass influences from as far away as Greece and Rome, he said.
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resembles the Apollo of Greek mythology, the Mithra sun god of Persian Zo
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Another cave contained images of 12 ecliptical signs, with some resembling Western descr
iptions of zodiac constellations such as Scorpius, Gemini, Cancer and Pisces, he said.
currency on Oct 1, 2016. The yuan makes up 10.9 pe
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Adjusting reserve levels can allow a central back to avoid wild fluctuations in its curren
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When other university students enjoy summer vacation, one 20-year old woman is
busying herself with an unusual online career in Changsha, Central China’s Hunan province.上海乌托邦
Taught to be independent in 18 by her mother, Wei Shufen, a performance major fa
scinated with the process of eating, started producing web videos on food as a freshman.
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ed series with 2 million fans, eventually receiving some commercial video production orders.
A meatball video titled “I like to eat hot pot” attracted tens of t
housands of people to visit a store on Taobao, China’s largest e-commerce platform.上海乌托邦品茶微信
Financially independent as a sophomore, Wei is optimistic about
her new identity as an anchor on Taobao and expects a brighter future.
上海乌托邦Orange alert issued as powerful Lekima churns its way toward Zhejiang province
A strong typhoon is forecast to either hit the coastal areas of East China’s Zhejiang province or
move northward along the coast on Saturday, according to China National Meteorological Center.上海乌托邦品茶微信
As of 5 pm on Thursday, Typhoon Lekima was 630 kilometers from southeast Wenli
ng city, Zhejiang province, with wind speeds reaching 208 kilometers per hour at its center.
und spaces including garages, shopping malls, construction sites, and e
上海会所ntrances and exits of rail stations to reinforce advertising billboards, air conditioners and de
corations on high buildings, particularly in commercial and crowded places, to withstand strong winds.
Jiangsu has issued warnings to brace for strong winds, rainstorms and temperature drops since Friday.上海会所品茶微信
The provincial meteorological administraion said largte-scale indoor an
上海会所vd outdoor activities should be suspended and precarious buildings shoul
d be demolished or repaired to ensure safety. People are also advised to stay at home.
Shanghai unveiled a list of cultural activities and tour routes to boost its nighttime economy on Aug 8.上海会所
A total of 105 scenic spots, art galleries, museums and memorials across the city have taken
special measures to meet the growing demand for nighttime leisure from both Shanghai residents and touri
上海会所品茶微信sts from around the world, according to the municipal culture and tourism bureau.
Parks and spots including Shanghai Ocean Aquarium and Shanghai Jinjiang Action Park hav
e extended their business hours, while destinations such as Shanghai Oriental Pearl Tower, Shanghai Wil上海会所
dlife Park and Shanghai Happy Valley have presented special late shows or night-tour programs.
Museums including the Shanghai Museum and the Shanghai Natural Histor
上海会所品茶微信y Museum have launched special nighttime exhibitions, lectures and exploration activities.
Most of the nighttime tours and activities should be booked online so as to monitor an
d control the flow of visitors and ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all.上海会所
The municipality rolled out a guideline to boost the nighttime economy earlier this year.
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ties and upgrade the overall service capacity for the nighttime economy, said the city’s authorities.
also includes profiles of many fictional animals, in a bid to stoke the imagination.
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arded with questions about the decorations featuring sacred animals, according to
Bao Fang, one of the book’s editors from CITIC Press. “Children always want to know everything about these animals: W
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A kaleidoscope of mythical species are presented, including the auspicious unicorn called qilin; a
flying horse with dragon’s wings called longma, and the dragon-like marine animal called jiaolong.上海龙凤419女神会所
Zhang Jinshuo, chief curator of popular science at the National Zoological Museu
m of China, points out that, in recent years, translated works from the West have often been the favored res
上海龙凤419ource. The new book, he says, offers an opportunity for readers to appreciate a record of domestic natural history.
“The paintings’ exquisite details bring the creatures to life,” Zhang says. “They show a colorful world of natural history.”
If it rains heavily on this Wednesday night, some elderly Chinese will say it is because Zhin上海龙凤419女神会所
u, or the Weaving Maid, is crying on the day she met her husband Niulang, or the Cowherd, on the Milky Way.
Most Chinese remember being told this romantic tragedy when they were children on Qixi, or the Seventh Night Fe
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As the story goes, once there was a cowherd, Niulang, who lived with his elder brother and sister-in-law. But she disl
iked and abused him, and the boy was forced to leave home with only an old cow for company.上海龙凤419女神会所
The cow, however, was a former god who had violated imperial rules and was sent to earth in bovine form.
One day the cow led Niulang to a lake where fairies took a bath on ear
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The two fell in love at first sight and were soon married. They had a son and dau
ghter and their happy life was held up as an example for hundreds of years in China.
Yet in the eyes of the Jade Emperor, the Supreme Deity in Taoism, marriage betwee上海龙凤419女神会所
n a mortal and fairy was strictly forbidden. He ordered the heaven troop to catch Zhinu back.
Niulang grew desperate when he discovered Zhinu had been taken back to heave
上海龙凤419n. Driven by Niulang’s misery, the cow told him to turn its hide into a pair of shoes after it died.
He adds that if things like the somewhat vague portrayal of some a
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and society, it will still greatly help us to have a clearer view of our own cultural traditions”.
Most of the tunnels along the Lhasa-Nyingchi section of the Sich
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The Bukamu Tunnel, one of the longest tunnels on the railway linking Lha上海夜网
sa and Nyingchi in Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, was completed on Fr
iday. With its completion, 96 percent of the tunnels on the Lhasa-Nyingchi section of the railway are finished.上海夜网
The 9,240-meter Bukamu Tunnel is located in Manling county of the reg
ion’s eastern Nyingchi city. According to the China Railway 17th Bureau Group, and it is
also the 37th tunnel to be completed for this section, leaving 10 other tunnels to be finished by the end of the year.上海夜网品茶微信
“Once construction began in October 2015, it took more than 300 workers 1,234 days to complete the tunnel,” said Y
an Qingjing, an official of the Lhasa-Nyingchi Railway Headquarters, which is part of the group.上海夜网
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as, with the tunnel’s location at an average elevation of 3,000 meters above sea level, a上海夜网品茶微信
nd the oxygen level inside the tunnel is only 19 percent of that of the plain areas,” Yan said.
The group’s statistics show that more than 90 percent of the tunnel is rock burst section, and that more than 3,000 ro上海夜网
ck bursts were counted during construction of the tunnel, with an average daily burst of three.
Wang Shucheng, director of the project, said the tunnel’s depth reaches上海夜网
1,381 meters at one point, and high geostress inside causes the tunnel’s highest tem
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“The tunnel is like a steam room,” said Kang Yanjun, who works with the group. “On
ce you get inside, you begin sweating profusely. It is like doing anaerobic exercise.”上海夜网品茶微信
The technicians must exert a lot of energy every time the
y work in the tunnel, and each person needs at least 10 bottles of water, Kang said.