ҪС˵ѰԼķ ӭһФͶĵý
ڵλ:һФ > С˵ > б

С˵

  • ֻӰ ŬZ17miniȫ ڣ2018-6-21

    ˣǰ档

  • ý˹ƣй漣ûǡ ڣ2018-6-21

    SOMEBEGGARSinJinan,EastChina'sShandongprovince,usetwo-dimensionalquickresponsecodessothosepassersbywillingtogivethemmoneycandirectlytransfermoneytotheiraccountbymeansoftheirsmartphones.BeijingNewscomments:Itisanopensecretthatbeggingisanindustrynow.Manybeggarsonlyacceptlargenotes,andrefusefood.Infact,beggingisoneoftheoldesttradesinhumansociety,butitismorecontroversialtodaywithbeggarsembracingtechnology.Yettheseprofessionalbeggarsaredifferentfromrealbeggarsonstreets,whoforwhateverreasonaredownontheirluckandneedthesupportofstrangers.Thesepeoplewhogenuinelyneedahelpinghandhavelargelydisappearedfromcitiestoday,asthegovernmenthasstrivedhardtoliftpeopleoutofpovertyandthepublicassistancesystemismoredevelopedthanitusedtobe.Thepublicshouldhavetheawarenessthatabeggararmedwithasmartphoneandadeptinoperatinghisorheraccountisprobablynotapersonthatisreallyinneed.Technologyissupposedtomakelifeandworkeasier,butshouldneverbecomeameansforthosewhowanttothrivewithoutmakinganycontributiontotheworld.Ifsuchbeggarscansucceed,itisanythingbuttheblessingofmoderntechnology.Ifpeopleboycotttheseprofessionalbeggars,theexploitationofcompassionwillnotbeabletothrive.Butthatdoesnotmeantheauthorities,urbanpatrolofficersandthepoliceshouldsitidle,theyshouldstopthesefraudstersfromharassingpeople.

  • Ϻɽ黯ػ˾13918707745 ڣ2018-6-20

    3ꡰ͹ɷij˼ܵ˼𶯣ҲʹܱߵȺ̵ܵķν

  • ɽƺֵŻ˿ڹ... ڣ2018-6-19

    10ʱϰƽһ¥ͬµ齨λ֣Ӱίµ齨оλȫָսԱҵףغͳֿʺ

  • ũҵ2020ũƷӹתʴ68% ڣ2018-6-18

    Viewedinisolation,JapansdecisiontoallowschoolstouseAdolfHitlersbookMeinKampfasteachingmaterialmightnotbeunacceptable.Afterall,theGermandictatorsnotoriousautobiographycouldbestudiedaspartofanti-NazieducationandseriousretrospectionofJapansownmilitaristpast.Ithasignitedworries,however,becausethereisnosignthatistheintentionofPrimeMinisterShinzoAbeandhisadministration.Instead,itlooksmorelikethelatestepisodeinaprolongedsequenceofmovesintheoppositedirection.Earlierthismonth,theAbeCabinetgavethegreenlighttotheuseofthe1890ImperialRescriptonEducationinclassrooms.WhileAbeiskeenoncultivatingpatrioticcitizenshipinpresent-dayJapan,theImperialRescriptisbetterknownforpreachingthecoretenetsofamilitaristeducation.Shortlybeforethat,theJapaneseEducationMinistrychosetoincorporatejukendo,orbayonetfightinganothercomponentofmilitaristeducationinthejuniorhighschoolcurriculum.Therearewaystocarryoutanti-NazieducationwithoutgivingprominencetoHitlerstoxicwriting.Thereareotherwaystocultivatepatriotismwithoutre-instatingtheImperialRescriptonEducation.Thereareotherwaystopromotesportsmanshipandstrengthenstudentphysiquewithoutpracticingjukendo.ButthecurrentJapaneseadministrationappearsobsessedwiththatparticularperiodoftheircountryshistory.TheyhaveevenbeennamingnewvesselsofMaritimeSelf-DefenseForcesafterthoseoftheJapaneseImperialNavy.OnMarch22,theMDFslatest,largesthelicopterfrigatecameintoservice,bearingthenameKaga,whichwasnameofanaircraftcarrierintheImperialJapaneseNavy.Fouryearsago,theMDFlauncheditsnewesthelicopterdestroyercarryingthenameIzumo,whosenamesakewastheflagshipoftheJapanesefleetthatparticipatedintheinvasionofChinaduringthewarofaggressionagainstChina.Downthispath,itmaynottakelongbeforethereisafullreincarnationoftheJapaneseImperialNavyinnamesatleast.Someseeingtherebirthofasinglenamefromtheratherdistantpastmayconsiderittobenotworthanyfuss.Butwhenalltheseseeminglytrivialdotsarejoinedtogether,apatternemerges.AndtheuglycollagelooksevenuglieragainstthebackdropoftheAbeadministrationspersistentendeavorstowhitewashJapanesewaratrocitiesanddismantleitspacifistConstitution.AbesdiplomacyhasdistractedmanyfromtherightisttendenciesinJapan.Butlookingasidefromwhatishappeningtherecouldproveacostlymistake.

  • ڼ棺¼1189һƽ̨ ڣ2018-6-17

    China-EUrelationsareexpectedtogetaboostwhenFedericaMogherini,HighRepresentativeoftheEuropeanUnionforForeignAffairsandSecurityPolicy,holdstheannualpoliticalandstrategicdialoguewithChineseStateCouncilorYangJiechionWednesday.Brusselshassaidthemeetingwillpavethewayforthebilateralsummit,thedateforwhichwillbeannouncedsoon.BothChinaandtheEUknowfullwellhowfastthealreadycomplexsituationintheworldhasbeenevolvinginrecenttimes.YangandMogheriniareexpectedtosharetheirviewsonglobaldevelopment,too.Mogherini,whowillvisitIndiaandRussiasoon,iswaitingforYangtoupdateheraboutthedetailsofthemeetingbetweenPresidentXiJinpingandUSPresidentDonaldTrump.TheUnitedStates'EuropeanalliesareworriedaboutTrump'sattitudeanddecisions.InarecentinterviewwithTheFinancialTimes,EuropeanCommissionPresidentJean-ClaudeJunckersaidthatduringaconversationonthetelephone,TrumpmistookhimtobeEuropeanCouncilPresidentDonaldTusk.GiventheEU'sworriesandtheUnitedKingdom'sdeparturefromthe28-memberblocintwoyears,BeijingneedstoreassureBrusselsofitsfullsupportforstrengtheningbilateraltradeandeconomicrelations.TherecentdevelopmentsinSyria,too,shouldbehighontheiragenda.YangandMogheriniarelikelytodiscussotherissuesbeforetheydelveintobilateraltopics.Andbecauseofthefast-changingglobalsituation,BeijingandBrusselsneedtoholdseveralroundsofdialoguesbeforedecidinghowtotakebilateraltiestoahigherlevel.TheEUalsoneedstodomorehomeworkbeforeexploringthefullpotentialofbilateralrelations.Threeyearsago,XivisitedtheEUheadquartersandbothsidesagreedtopromotepeace,growth,reformandpartnership.Thismaybetherighttimeforbothsidestoreviewthethree-yearharvestsinthefourareas.JudgingbyBrussels'performancevis-a-visBeijinglastyear,thereisneedtochangeitsapproachandstrategy.Brusselsseemedkeenon"punishingBeijing"whenitcametosteelovercapacity.IttighteneditsapprovalprocedureonBeijing'sinwardinvestment,anditsleaderevenmetwiththeDalaiLama,whopromotesseparatism.WhenTrumpenteredtheWhiteHouseinJanuary,someinBrusselssaidChinaandtheEUshoulddomoretofillthevacuumcreatedbythenewUSadministration'sunwillingnesstopromoteglobalizationandfreetrade.Theywereworriedaboutthechangeincross-Atlanticrelations.Butthingshavestartedtochange,andBrusselsandBeijingbotharewillingtoseereality.BeijingandWashingtonhavedecidedona100-dayplantodiscusshowtoboostbilateralrelations.AndTrumpevenannouncedlastweekthatChinaisnotacurrencymanipulator.ThesedevelopmentsmeanBrusselsmayneedmoretimetofinalizeitsstancetowardBeijing.Itneedsmorediscussions,andshouldwaituntilBeijingandWashingtonagreeontheirfuturerelations,beforereachingadecision.AndthreeupcomingeventstheBeltandRoadInitiativeForumforInternationalCooperationinMay,theChina-EUbilateralsummitandtheG20SummitinHamburginearlyJulywillprovidetherightplatformsforthethreesidestodecidetheirfutureties.DespiteitsdifficultiesindealingwithBrexit,therefugeecrisis,terrorismandpopulism,theEUmaybeinbettereconomicgrowthinthecomingtwotothreeyears.China'sBeltandRoadInitiative(theSilkRoadEconomicBeltand21stCenturyMaritimeSilkRoad)hasbeenwelcomedbytheEUandoffersanexcellentopportunitytobothsidestodeepencooperationandboosttheireconomies.WhiledealingwithChina,theEUshouldknowitisfarimportanttoexploreopportunitiesthantofocusonchallengesandproblems.AndthatWashingtonhasreportedlyshowninterestintheBeltandRoadInitiativeshouldremindBrusselsofitsimportancewhenitholdstalkswithBeijing.TheauthorisdeputychiefofChinaDailyEuropeanBureau.fujing@chinadaily.com.cn

  • ǧɲȺԷͱȫίο ڣ2018-6-16

    Ϻ͹ʳŷ˹й˹ʵͲ˳ԳԱйΪ͹ʹҶüͷ

  • ƽ̨׼ǼǷ顱 ڣ2018-6-15

    OnlinewriterTangjiasanshao,orZhangWei,tookthecrownagainonthelatestincomerankinglistofChineseonlinewriters.Receiving122millionyuan($18million)inroyalties,thewritercomesinatfirstplaceforthefourthtime.Bornin1981,ZhangonceworkedforasmallITcompanyaftergraduatingfromHebeiUniversity.Hegotfiredbytheslumpingcompanyin2003.In2004,Zhangstartedwritinghisfirstonlinenovel,GuangZhiZi,orSonofLight.In2012,theyoungwriterwascrownedontheroyaltiesrankinglistforthefirsttime.Manywebwriters,suchasTiancantudou(LiHu)andWochixihongshialsorosetofamebecauseoftheirworkandenviableroyalties.AseriesofpopularTVseries,animationsandgameshavebeenadaptedfromtheirwritings,includingNirvanainFireandTheJourneyofFlower.However,noteveryonlinewriterisasluckyasthem.Mostonlinewriterswork10hoursadayaccordingtoareportfromYangtzeEvening.Andtheymustalwaysbeworkinghardtocreateintriguingstories.AngeloscarfromNanjingbegantowriteforthewebasapart-timejobin2006.Andheresignedfromhisstablejobtowritefulltimefrom2015."Manypeoplebelieveonlinewritersaremessyandsloppy,andsomeeventhinkwewearcostumeswhenwritingstoriesaboutancientpeople.Wearenot.AtleastIamnot,"Angeloscarsaid.Asafather,thewriterhasaregularlife.Andhealsospendsatleast10hoursonwritingeachday."It'seasytobecomeanonlinewriter,butnotthateasytobecomefamous.Isuggestpeopletostartpart-timewritingfirst,"hesaid.Andonlyespeciallyskilledwriterscouldwriteforlargeinternetliteraturewebsites,suchasQidian.com.YangChen,chiefeditorofQidian.com,saidtherearetensofthousandsofwriterscreatingwebstoriesonQidian.com."Therearemorefemaleonlinewritersnowandsomeareeventeenagers,"Yangsaid.Martialartsfantasywebfictionisthemostpopularliteraturegenreonline.Andmanyforeignersarealsofaithfulreaders.Wuxiaworld.com,awebsitesharingEnglishversionsofChinesekungfuandfantasyonlinenovels,isprettypopularintheUS.AccordingtodatafromAlexainDecember2016,thewebsiteranked1,525intheworldand986intheUS.Ithadmorethanthreemilliondailypageviewsand241,211dailyuniquevisitors.

ҳ 1 βҳ
  • ǰҳ 1 1 ҳ 1 ¼