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张恒被税务部门依法处以3227万元罚款 税务部门详解

张恒被税务部门依法处以3227万元罚款 税务部门详解

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 6:13 pm(NZT)

贵州省高院审判委员会专职委员唐宏接受审查调查

中央纪委国家监委网站讯 据贵州省纪委监委消息:贵州省高级人民法院审判委员会专职委员唐宏涉嫌严重违纪违法,目前正接受贵州省纪委监委纪律审查和监察调查。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 6:08 pm(NZT)

为什么要接种流感疫苗?接种的重点人群有哪些?

新华社北京10月18日电 题:为什么要接种流感疫苗?接种的重点人群有哪些?是否能同时接种新冠病毒疫苗?——聚焦《关于做好2021-2022年流行季流感防控工作的通知》

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:51 pm(NZT)

精准星空下的每一秒

新华社西安10月18日电(记者崔翰超、任延昕、郑昕)“三、二、一,点火。”倒计时结束,巨龙昂首、尾焰呼啸,神舟十三号载人飞船在轰鸣声中远离故土,三名航天员带着梦想朝着星辰大海而去。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:51 pm(NZT)

昆明电力交易中心有限责任公司监事会原主席陈军被公诉

中新网昆明10月18日电 云南省人民检察院官方微信18日发布消息称,日前,云南省昆明电力交易中心有限责任公司监事会原主席陈军(正厅级)涉嫌受贿罪一案,由云南省监察委员会调查终结,移送检察机关审查起诉,经云南省人民检察院指定管辖,由怒江州人民检察院依法向怒江州中级人民法院提起公诉。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:46 pm(NZT)

国务院第一次全国自然灾害综合风险普查领导小组办公室开展宣传作品征集评选活动

中新网北京10月18日电 (记者 陈溯)记者18日从中国应急管理部获悉,为大力宣传第一次全国自然灾害综合风险普查工作对保障国民经济和社会安全发展、提高我国自然灾害防治能力的重要意义,引导全社会牢固树立灾害风险管理和综合减灾理念,营造全民参与风险普查的良好社会氛围,国务院第一次全国自然灾害综合风险普查领导小组办公室将于2021年10月至12月面向社会公众开展宣传作品征集评选活动。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:44 pm(NZT)

“湘”遇博鳌:聚亚洲智慧 觅发展机遇

中新网长沙10月18日电 (记者 唐小晴)10月18日至20日,主题为“大变局下的经济安全与可持续发展”的博鳌亚洲论坛全球经济发展与安全论坛首届大会在湖南长沙举行。此次论坛有何亮点?为何能“湘”遇博鳌?

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:35 pm(NZT)

“千年运河千里行”走进台儿庄:因河而“新”的历史古城

中新网枣庄10月18日电(张煜欢)18日,2021中国大运河文化带京杭对话之“千年运河千里行”暨“爱上大运河”中外媒体采风活动走进山东枣庄,感受充满历史厚重感的台儿庄古城,如何因大运河焕发崭新光彩。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:22 pm(NZT)

“海归”青年放弃高薪返乡:只为还原历史背后的温度

央广网井冈山10月18日消息(记者王一凡 胡斐)在井冈山的革命旧址群,经常能看到一个年轻人穿梭在一排排黄色旧居、一座座铜色雕像前,他自信、从容,对井冈山的故事如数家珍。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:03 pm(NZT)

美领导人再谈新疆所谓“人权问题” 赵立坚:彻头彻尾的谎言

中新网北京10月18日电 (记者 黄钰钦)针对美国总统拜登近日涉及所谓新疆“人权问题”的消极言论,中国外交部发言人赵立坚18日在例行记者会上表示,所谓新疆维吾尔族人遭受“压迫”和“强迫劳动”是彻头彻尾的谎言,美国根本不配当什么“人权卫道士”,更没资格充当“颐指气使的教师爷”。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:02 pm(NZT)

山东省公安厅刑侦总队原总队长田在谋接受审查调查

山东省公安厅刑事侦查总队原总队长(刑事侦查局原局长)田在谋接受纪律审查和监察调查

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:52 pm(NZT)

中国拟针对电信诈骗问题专门立法

我国拟针对电信诈骗问题专门立法

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:44 pm(NZT)

赵立坚谈美国再现白人警察暴力执法现象:触目惊心、令人发指

中新网北京10月18日电 (记者 黄钰钦)针对美国白人警察暴力执法现象近日再次被媒体曝光,中国外交部发言人赵立坚18日在例行记者会上表示,相关报道数不胜数、触目惊心、令人发指。他强调,美国应正视和纠正自身存在的暴力执法和侵犯人权问题,让“弗洛伊德式的悲剧”不再上演。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:43 pm(NZT)

打砸、抢劫、罢工!美国暴力事件频现 通货膨胀加剧

打砸、抢劫、罢工!美国暴力事件频现 通货膨胀加剧 

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:41 pm(NZT)

董卫民同志任湖北省委常委

湖北日报讯(记者李婷)近日,中共中央批准:董卫民同志任湖北省委常委。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:39 pm(NZT)

中国外交部回应美加军舰过航台湾海峡:对地区和平稳定的蓄意干扰破坏

中新网北京10月18日电 (记者 黄钰钦)针对美加军舰近日过航台湾海峡,中国外交部发言人赵立坚18日在例行记者会上表示,这是对地区和平稳定的蓄意干扰和破坏。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:31 pm(NZT)

检方分别对顾峰、包昌林、郑柏安、李蓝雪决定逮捕

中新网10月18日电 据最高检官方微信消息,日前,检察机关依法分别对湖南省株洲市人民政府原党组成员、副市长顾峰,湖南省纪委监委驻省审计厅纪检监察组原组长包昌林,海南省海口市委原常委、统战部部长郑柏安,海口海关原党组书记、关长李蓝雪决定逮捕。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:30 pm(NZT)

检察机关分别对陈军、庄立峰提起公诉

中新网10月18日电 据最高检官方微信消息,日前,检察机关依法分别对云南省昆明电力交易中心有限责任公司监事会原主席陈军,浙江省宁波市轨道交通工程建设指挥部(轨道交通集团有限公司)原党委委员、市轨道交通集团有限公司原一级资深经理庄立峰提起公诉。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:28 pm(NZT)

“相信北京冬奥会将是一场盛会”

【我在中国当大使】“相信北京冬奥会将是一场盛会”

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:23 pm(NZT)

国家卫健委向4地派出工作组

国家卫生健康委、国家疾控局已经向内蒙古、甘肃、陕西、宁夏派出工作组,指导当地开展疫情处置工作。(总台央视记者郑怡哲) #8203;#8203;#8203;#8203;

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:21 pm(NZT)

莫因·哈克:“巴基斯坦超90%新冠疫苗来自中国”

“巴基斯坦超90%新冠疫苗来自中国”(我在中国当大使)

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:19 pm(NZT)

日本首相向靖国神社供奉祭品 中方:已向日方提出严正交涉

中新网北京10月18日电 (记者 黄钰钦)针对日本首相岸田文雄17日向靖国神社供奉祭品,中国外交部发言人赵立坚18日在例行记者会上回应表示,日方在靖国神社问题上的消极动向,再次反映出日方对待自身侵略历史的消极态度。中方已通过外交渠道向日方提出严正交涉。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:16 pm(NZT)

最高检:袭警罪入刑后已有4178人被提起公诉

中新网10月18日电 最高人民检察院18日在官网公布2021年1至9月全国检察机关主要办案数据。数据显示,从新罪名上看,刑法修正案(十一)新增的17个罪名中,已提起公诉5568人。其中人数较多的罪名有:袭警罪4178人,催收非法债务罪613人,危险作业罪278人,高空抛物罪222人,妨害安全驾驶罪143人。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:06 pm(NZT)

最高检就2021年1至9月全国检察机关主要办案数据答问

最高检案管办负责人就2021年1至9月全国检察机关主要办案数据答记者问

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 3:50 pm(NZT)

18个要点,领会习近平总书记谈共同富裕重要文章的核心要义

【“学习笔记”按】

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 3:46 pm(NZT)

总书记深情寄语广大考古工作者

联播+ 2021年10月17日,在仰韶文化发现和中国现代考古学诞生100周年之际,习近平总书记代表党中央向全国考古工作者致信祝贺。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 3:34 pm(NZT)

工程爆破领域首个国家级科研平台落户武汉

中新网武汉10月18日电 (范雄飞)记者18日从武汉江汉大学获悉,江汉大学省部共建精细爆破国家重点实验室17日揭牌,这是中国工程爆破领域的首个国家级科研平台。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 3:31 pm(NZT)

中共中央政治局召开会议 讨论拟提请十九届六中全会审议的文件 中共中央总书记习近平主持会议

中共中央政治局召开会议 讨论拟提请十九届六中全会审议的文件 中共中央总书记习近平主持会议

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 3:08 pm(NZT)

“骡马师长”叶光吉故居揭牌 传承红色文化

中新网宜昌10月18日电 (董晓斌 朱灿义 赵孟莹)湖北籍红军师长叶光吉故居18日在湖北宜都市潘家湾土家族乡将军山村揭牌,以弘扬革命先烈留下的优良传统,传承红色文化。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 3:02 pm(NZT)

31省份累计报告接种新冠病毒疫苗223208.8万剂次

中新网10月18日电 据国家卫健委网站消息,截至2021年10月17日,31个省(自治区、直辖市)和新疆生产建设兵团累计报告接种新冠病毒疫苗223208.8万剂次。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 3:02 pm(NZT)

“智慧中国联合会”“中国天使投资联盟”等非法社会组织被取缔

中新社北京10月18日电 (记者 王祖敏)中国民政部18日公布2021年第八批地方民政部门近年来依法取缔的非法社会组织名单,“智慧中国联合会”“中国天使投资联盟”“中国红色书画院”等41家在列。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 2:43 pm(NZT)

江西出台律师调查令办法 突出维护各方当事人合法权益

中新网南昌10月18日电 (记者 李韵涵)18日,江西省高级人民法院召开新闻发布会解读《江西省高级人民法院江西省司法厅关于在民事诉讼中实行律师调查令的办法(试行)》(简称律师调查令办法)。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 2:31 pm(NZT)

中国老年人口数量20年间自10.2%升至18.7%

中新网北京10月18日电 2021中国人口与发展论坛日前在北京举办。据该论坛介绍,2000年至2020年,我国60岁及以上老年人口数从1.26亿增加到2.64亿,同期老年人口占总人口的比重从10.2%上升至18.7%。人口老龄化对国家发展全局和百姓福祉有深刻持久的影响。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 2:30 pm(NZT)

备战23年至今无缘“飞天”,他的故事值得所有人知道……

备战23年至今无缘“飞天”,他的故事值得所有人知道……

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 2:30 pm(NZT)

13发13捷!回望“神舟”飞天历程

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 2:24 pm(NZT)

“让在基层、懂基层的干部发挥更大作用”

“让在基层、懂基层的干部发挥更大作用”(深阅读·加强基层政权治理能力建设①)

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 2:05 pm(NZT)

30余家中外媒体走进江北水乡枣庄 寻梦千里运河畔

中新网枣庄10月18日电 (沙见龙)“千年运河千里行”暨“爱上大运河”中外媒体采风活动日前在京启动,通过讲好大运河融古铄今的故事,打造不同地区互学互鉴、中外人员交往、世界文化交流的平台。活动启动后,采风团一路南下,于17日—18日来到山东枣庄,领略江北水乡枣庄的运河风情。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 1:56 pm(NZT)

青山为证:张连印,新时代党员领导干部的楷模

新华社太原10月17日电 题:青山为证:张连印,新时代党员领导干部的楷模

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 1:35 pm(NZT)

弘扬脱贫攻坚精神 夺取新的更大胜利

脱贫攻坚伟大斗争,锻造形成了“上下同心、尽锐出战、精准务实、开拓创新、攻坚克难、不负人民”的脱贫攻坚精神。脱贫攻坚精神,是中国共产党性质宗旨、中国人民意志品质、中华民族精神的生动写照,是爱国主义、集体主义、社会主义思想的集中体现,是中国精神、中国价值、中国力量的充分彰显,赓续传承了伟大民族精神和时代精神。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 1:29 pm(NZT)

中非青年参访红色嘉兴:点赞数字经济发展 畅谈中非数字合作

中新网北京10月18日电 (记者 余湛奕)10月13日至17日,中国人民对外友好协会举办“我眼中的中国共同富裕之路——中非青年嘉兴行”活动,组织来自中国和非洲10国的青年领袖代表以及中外媒体记者走进中国革命红船起航地嘉兴,见证中国数字化发展赋能乡村振兴和基层治理的具体实践,探寻中国共产党以人民为中心的共同富裕之路,展望新时代中非合作的光明前景。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 1:17 pm(NZT)

原西藏自治区国有资产经营公司董事长唐泽平接受审查调查

原西藏自治区国有资产经营公司党委书记、董事长,西藏银行股份有限公司原党委委员、副监事长唐泽平接受纪律审查和监察调查

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 12:03 pm(NZT)

第八批地方民政部门依法取缔的部分非法社会组织名单公布

中新网10月18日电 民政部今日在其官网公布第八批地方民政部门依法取缔的部分非法社会组织名单(详见下表)。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 11:39 am(NZT)

教育部建立基础教育综合改革实验区 上海等12省市区入选

中新网10月18日电 据教育部网站消息,近日,教育部办公厅印发通知,部署在上海市、广东省深圳市、四川省成都市、河北省廊坊市、山西省长治市、江苏省常州市、浙江省金华市、安徽省铜陵市、福建省三明市、湖北省宜昌市、陕西省西安市高新区、山东省诸城市等12个省市区建立教育部基础教育综合改革实验区。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 11:35 am(NZT)

传承抗洪精神 保障百姓安全

【奋斗百年路 启航新征程·中国共产党人的精神谱系】传承抗洪精神 保障百姓安全

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 11:32 am(NZT)

“中国航天计划迈出的重要一步”

“中国航天计划迈出的重要一步”(外媒看中国)

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 11:23 am(NZT)

立法机关谈如何帮家长缓解教育焦虑

中新网北京10月18日电 (记者 梁晓辉)当下,不少父母在家庭教育中存在焦虑情绪。对此,全国人大常委会法工委发言人臧铁伟18日表示,正在立法进程中的家庭教育促进法将从家庭教育角度作出一些规定,帮助缓解父母的焦虑。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 11:04 am(NZT)

中国持续为多国抗疫提供支持

中国持续为多国抗疫提供支持(推动抗疫国际合作,中国在行动)

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 10:59 am(NZT)

王毅:中方致力于维护中东海湾地区安全稳定,没有任何私利和地缘政治考虑

中新社北京10月18日电 中国国务委员兼外长王毅17日同沙特外交大臣费萨尔通电话。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 10:53 am(NZT)

庆祝中央民族大学建校70周年大会在京隆重举行

10月16日清晨,中央民族大学处处洋溢着喜庆氛围,焕发出勃勃生机。会场内,红旗飘扬,绿草茵茵,主席台两侧展开的卷轴上,印刻着“我从延安来 永远跟党走”的校庆主题。暖场音乐点燃全场激情,来宾和校友纷纷与校庆logo拍照,与昔日老师同学合影。滚动播放的校庆视频《我的足迹》带领大家共同回顾学校70年光辉历程。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 10:50 am(NZT)

团结合作才能让希望照亮未来

团结合作才能让希望照亮未来(和音)

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 10:43 am(NZT)

可持续交通助力可持续发展

可持续交通助力可持续发展

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 10:35 am(NZT)

反电信网络诈骗法草案拟提请立法机关审议

中新网北京10月18日电 (记者 梁晓辉)反电信网络诈骗法草案拟于19日提请十三届全国人大常委会第三十一次会议初次审议。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 10:31 am(NZT)

陕西新增报告6例本土确诊病例、1例本土无症状感染者

中新网10月18日电 据陕西省卫健委网站消息,10月17日0时-10月18日7时,新增报告6例本土确诊病例(其中2例为10月17日已发布的外省游客核酸检测阳性病例)、1例本土无症状感染者。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 10:06 am(NZT)

河南打造“永不落幕的网安周”

中新网鹤壁10月18日电 (王登峰)2021年国家网络安全宣传周河南活动17日闭幕。2014年至今,河南已连续举办八届“网安周”活动,每年都有创新和提升。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 9:38 am(NZT)

广东省广晟控股集团副总经理余刚接受审查调查

广东省广晟控股集团有限公司党委委员、副总经理余刚接受纪律审查和监察调查

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 9:08 am(NZT)

31省份新增确诊病例24例 本土病例2例均在陕西西安

中新网10月18日电 据国家卫健委网站消息,10月17日0—24时,31个省(自治区、直辖市)和新疆生产建设兵团报告新增确诊病例24例。其中境外输入病例22例(上海6例,云南6例,山东5例,广东2例,四川2例,陕西1例),含1例由无症状感染者转为确诊病例(在四川);本土病例2例(均在陕西西安市)。无新增死亡病例。无新增疑似病例。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 8:56 am(NZT)

这组“密码”,为何能打动全球亿万观众

今年的10月17日是第29个国际消除贫困日,也是我国的国家扶贫日。从2012年底拉开新时代脱贫攻坚序幕,到2020年底,在中国共产党领导下,现行标准下9899万农村贫困人口全部脱贫。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 8:35 am(NZT)

回答“历史周期率”之问:全过程人民民主

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 8:11 am(NZT)

报告:我国健康水平位居全球中等偏上收入国家第五名

健康中国年度指数发布

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 8:10 am(NZT)

更好展示中华文明风采 弘扬中华优秀传统文化

【央视快评】更好展示中华文明风采 弘扬中华优秀传统文化

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 8:05 am(NZT)

“各号注意,我是零号,30分钟准备!”

“各号注意,我是零号,30分钟准备。”神舟十三号飞船点火发射倒计时30分钟开始,神舟十三号任务零号指挥员、酒泉卫星发射中心高级工程师吴华作为全发射航区的“施令官”,发出“神十三”发射准备口令。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 7:34 am(NZT)

“神十三”载人飞船发射前夕 记者对话三名航天员

“神十三”载人飞船发射前夕,本报记者对话三名航天员

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:16 am(NZT)

必须继续推进马克思主义中国化

马克思主义为中国伟大的社会革命提供了强大思想武器,使中国这个古老的东方大国创造了人类历史上前所未有的发展奇迹。实践发展充分证明,历史和人民选择马克思主义是完全正确的,中国共产党把马克思主义写在自己的旗帜上是完全正确的,不断推进马克思主义中国化是完全正确的。今天,马克思主义指引中国成功走上了全面建设社会主义现代化国家的康庄大道,中国共产党人作为马克思主义的忠诚信奉者、坚定实践者,正在为坚持和发展马克思主义、继续推进马克思主义中国化而执着努力。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:11 am(NZT)

河北省军区原副司令员张连印退休后返乡,义务植树18年

河北省军区原副司令员张连印退休后返乡,义务植树18年——

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:08 am(NZT)

中国有多少种哺乳动物?

截至今年6月,中国共有兽类(即哺乳动物)12目59科254属686种,约占世界兽类总数的10%——

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:25 am(NZT)

中国重点保护1101种野生植物 猕猴桃资源首次被重点保护

中国重点保护1101种野生植物

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:22 am(NZT)

望海楼:人类政治制度史上的伟大创造

人类政治制度史上的伟大创造(望海楼)

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 4:03 am(NZT)

记者调查:节假日也要执勤的公安民警如何休整

节假日也要执勤的公安民警如何休整

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 3:32 am(NZT)

护航神舟飞天路的硬核科技有哪些?记者带你了解

乘坐更舒适 对接更从容 测控更精准

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 1:30 am(NZT)

行业协会商会乱象透视:依附行政权力借机敛财

依附行政权力借机敛财 内部管理混乱 只收费不服务

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 1:14 am(NZT)

北京近13000名党员干部同上廉政课

北京近13000名党员干部同上廉政课

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 18 Oct 2021 | 1:09 am(NZT)

王毅同沙特外交大臣费萨尔通电话

新华社北京10月17日电 10月17日,国务委员兼外长王毅同沙特外交大臣费萨尔通电话。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 17 Oct 2021 | 11:57 pm(NZT)

南开大学成立新闻与传播学院

中新网天津10月17日电 (记者 张道正)10月17日,在南开大学102周年校庆日,南开大学新闻与传播学院成立仪式举行。这是南开大学迈入新百年之后成立的首个专业学院。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 17 Oct 2021 | 11:52 pm(NZT)

仰韶文化发现暨中国现代考古学诞生100周年纪念大会开幕

中新社三门峡10月17日电 (刘鹏 阚力)仰韶文化发现暨中国现代考古学诞生100周年纪念大会17日在河南省三门峡市开幕。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 17 Oct 2021 | 11:40 pm(NZT)

学习进行时|公平!公平!习近平这篇文章说出你我的心声

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 17 Oct 2021 | 10:53 pm(NZT)

“摩崖石刻中的历史与文化”学术研讨会在北京举行

中新网北京10月17日电 17日,由中国历史研究院、湖南省委宣传部主办,永州市委、永州市政府承办的“摩崖石刻中的历史与文化”学术研讨会在中国历史研究院举行。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 17 Oct 2021 | 10:48 pm(NZT)

千年运河千里行 京杭琴瑟和鸣共话文化交融

中新网北京10月17日电 (记者 杜燕)秋日晨光,蓝天白云。位于北京市通州区的大运河北京段,水平如镜,飞鸟悠然,绿树环绕,高楼摩天。河面一艘画舫上,30余家中外媒体记者动身,将体味千年流淌的古运河焕发的新活力、展现的新风采、散发的新韵味。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 17 Oct 2021 | 10:26 pm(NZT)

百年筚路蓝缕 勾勒文明脉络——纪念仰韶文化发现暨中国现代考古学诞生100周年

新华社郑州10月17日电 题:百年筚路蓝缕 勾勒文明脉络——纪念仰韶文化发现暨中国现代考古学诞生100周年

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 17 Oct 2021 | 10:16 pm(NZT)

人民日报评论员:不断发展全过程人民民主——论学习贯彻习近平总书记中央人大工作会议重要讲话

新华社北京10月17日电

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 17 Oct 2021 | 10:10 pm(NZT)

澜沧江—湄公河源头对话:注重对不同文化的尊重

中新社青海杂多10月17日电 (记者 张添福 冉文娟)作为2021澜湄万里行中外媒体大型采访活动的重头戏,澜湄源首次大型全媒体直播活动17日在澜沧江—湄公河源头青海省玉树藏族自治州杂多县举行。

Source: 中新网国内新闻 | 17 Oct 2021 | 10:05 pm(NZT)

China’s growth slowdown suggests recovery is losing steam

The world’s second largest economy expanded by less than expected in the third quarter.

Source: BBC News – China | 18 Oct 2021 | 3:05 am(NZT)

China’s power shortages, housing struggles put brakes on the economy

The country’s growth was weighed down in the third quarter, hitting the slowest rate in a year.

Source: World | 18 Oct 2021 | 3:07 am(NZT)

All eyes on female astronaut

Wang Yaping, 41, the first female astronaut to visit the Tiangong space station, had a lot to answer on social media about her six-month life in space. But one, in particular, made headlines. What happens when she gets her periods? Pang Zhihao, the national chief science communication expert on space exploration technology, told the CNS news agency that while research has shown that female astronauts will have normal menstruation in space, decompression sickness may restrict them from performing spacewalks during periods. Tianzhou-3, a cargo spacecraft, carried her sanitary supplies and a few non-toxic cosmetics to the space station. “Female astronauts will probably have a better psychological state wearing makeup,” said Pang. What’s more, the space station has even prepared chocolate, desserts and other supplements in the event of heavy blood loss. Other special preparations to ensure her comfort in space include: the seats in the spaceship and in-cabin space suits and even toilet seats have been adjusted for her comfort. “Women have slender hands, so her gloves are tailor-made so that it’s more convenient for her to work with the equipment,” assured Pang. However, Pang noted that the selection process and training for both male and female astronauts are the same because spaceflight missions are arduous. “Astronauts need to meet high physical and emotional standards, so female astronauts will not be exempt from this expectation,” Pang said. According to Pang, many empirical studies have found that female astronauts are well adapted for executing space missions, and in some respects have an advantage over their male counterparts, in qualities such as attention to detail, communication skills, and thinking comprehensively. Furthermore, their metabolism for magnesium and levels of estrogen is higher than that of male astronauts, and with lower iron content, their bodies are more suitable for long-term space life. This precludes them from being prone to side effects like iron poisoning and thrombosis. Pang expects that this expedition will see China’s first spacewalk by a female astronaut. “This is not only an honor for us, but is also an opportunity for us to research the various advantages that female astronauts have when walking outside of the vehicle,” Pang said. “Their generally smaller size is an advantage as they’ll be able to control their body better and thus perform a wider variety of tasks.”

Source: Shanghai Daily: Nation | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:00 am(NZT)

Astronauts dock on Tiangong space station

Three Chinese astronauts began their six-month mission on China’s first permanent space station on Saturday, after successfully docking aboard their spacecraft. The astronauts, two men and a woman, were seen floating around the module before speaking via a livestreamed video. The new crew includes Wang Yaping, 41, who is the first Chinese woman to board the Tiangong space station, and is expected to become China’s first female spacewalker. “We’ll co-operate with each other, carefully conduct maneuvers, and try to accomplish all tasks successfully in this round of exploration of the universe,” said Wang in the video. After successfully stationing in China’s space station core module Tianhe, the Shenzhou-13 crew opened the hatch of the Tianzhou-3 cargo craft and entered it at 9:50am, the China Manned Space Agency said yesterday. Tianzhou-3, launched on September 20, carries nearly 6 tons of goods and materials, including living supplies for the astronauts, one extravehicular spacesuit for back-up, supplies for extravehicular activities, space station platform materials, payloads and propellants. The crew will also open the hatch of the Tianzhou-2 cargo craft. They will carry out cargo transfer and other related work as planned. The space travelers’ Shenzhou-13 spacecraft was launched by a Long March-2F rocket at 12:23am on Saturday from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China’s Gobi Desert, and docked with the Tianhe core module of the space station at 6:56am. The three astronauts entered the station’s core module at about 10am, the CMSA said. They are the second crew to move into China’s Tiangong space station, which was launched last April. The first crew stayed for three months. This time’s six-month stay will set a new record for China’s crewed space mission duration. The crew includes two veterans of space travel — Zhai Zhigang, 55, and Wang. The third member, Ye Guangfu, 41, is making his first trip to space. The mission will test key technologies for assembly and construction of China’s space station, such as module transfer supported by the robotic arm and manual remote operation, Lin Xiqiang, deputy director of the CMSA, said earlier. The astronauts will perform two or three spacewalks during the mission to install the dual-arm connector, the device to link the big and small mechanical arms, as well as the suspension device, Lin said. The mission will further verify the health, living and working support technologies for astronauts’ six-month stay in orbit, he said. The astronauts will also carry out sci-tech experiments and applications in fields such as space medicine and micro-gravity physics, as well as diversified public science education activities, he said. It will be physically and psychologically challenging to work and live in a zero-gravity environment for six months, Lin said, adding that the astronauts will have in-orbit exercises and mental health support to help them stay at their best. The ground team will optimize their menu and provide psychological support based on the monthly assessment of the astronauts’ status, said Lin. The mission has special designs against debris and other space objects, for instance, reinforced structures against tiny debris and evasive maneuvers against larger debris and other objects. Shenzhou-13 is the second of four crewed missions needed to complete the space station by the end of 2022. After the crew returns to Earth in April, China plans to deploy six more missions, including deliveries of the second and third space station modules and two final crewed missions.

Source: Shanghai Daily: Nation | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:00 am(NZT)

‘Guardians’ recall saga of migrating elephants

Zhang Sijie, 33, a fireman with the Yunnan Forest Fire Brigade, came face-to-face with an elephant this year. Zhang and fellow officers were tasked with monitoring and guarding a herd of elephants that had left rainforests in Yunnan Province and were migrating northwards. Previously he had only seen elephants on TV. But in Gaoliangdi Village in Kunming’s Jinning District, he came across one only 10 meters away. “For about 10 seconds, I could clearly see its face, the wrinkles on its skin and even the eyelashes,” Zhang told Shanghai Daily. “I held my breath and the only sound I could hear was my heartbeat. After the elephant judged that I wouldn’t cause any hurt, it left.” Many people who care about wild animals will remember that some months ago, a herd of wild elephants made a long trek northward from rainforest to urban areas in Yunnan with Kunming their destination. The elephants and their “guardians” in Yunnan became a focus of the whole world. This week, the 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15) in Kunming opened with the debut of a short documentary “Elephants’ Journey in Yunnan.” The documentary explains how the number of wild elephants has doubled in the past three decades in Yunnan, and how the Yunnanese co-exist with them. During the Leaders’ Summit of the COP15, President Xi Jinping said in keynote speech delivered via video link that the story of the northward travel and return of the elephants shows the vivid results of China’s endeavor to protect wild animals. On the night of May 24, a group of “unexpected guests” arrived at Eshan County in central Yunnan. A herd of Asian elephants, which lives in the tropical rainforests of southern Yunnan, left its habitat in the Xishuangbanna National Nature Reserve and marched northward toward populated countryside. On their journey, a baby elephant was born, and two elephants returned home halfway. Sometimes the herd entered villagers and stopped by villagers’ houses for food. Since the wild elephants are sensitive and could attack, the Yunnan government set up a response team to track the herd day and night and evacuate residents to ensure the safety of both humans and elephants. However, keeping an eye on an elephant herd is hard work. Yang Xiangyu, 31, also from the Yunnan Forest Fire Brigade, recalled that he was dispatched to Eshan on May 27. “At that time, I thought it would just be an emergency task to locate the elephant herd, and we could be back within a week,” he told Shanghai Daily. “But later I came to know that it’s a tough job and would take a long time.” None of the firemen left the team and were all very willing to protect both the elephants and the people along their track, said Yang. “We are used to monitoring forest fires and where the fire will spread,” Yang said. “How it will develop can be judged by factors like the terrain and the intensity of fire. “But we’ve never monitored wild living animals. Where the elephants would go and how the journey would unfold was uncertain for us.” So they had to study the behavior of Asian elephants from experts and then judged the possible route based on the distribution of land, water sources and mountains. From the practice, they’ve collected lots of experience on how to monitor the herd. Their monitoring work lasted for 116 days, which tracked the herd for nearly 1,300 kilometers, covering 10 districts in four cities. Sometimes it could be really difficult. The elephants usually sleep in the day and move at night so the firemen had their busiest work in the night hours, which required them to keep a clear mind. The firemen could only sleep for three or four hours a day, and once a team had to keep up its monitoring work for as long as 26 hours straight.

Source: Shanghai Daily: Nation | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:00 am(NZT)

Warships’ Strait trip draws flak

The Chinese military yesterday condemned the United States and Canada for each sending a warship through the Taiwan Strait last week, saying they were threatening peace and stability in the region. The US military said the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Dewey sailed through the narrow waterway that separates Taiwan Island from China’s mainland along with Canadian frigate HMCS Winnipeg on Thursday and Friday. The People’s Liberation Army’s Eastern Theater Command said its forces tracked the ships and “stood guard” throughout their passage. “The United States and Canada colluded to provoke and stir up trouble … seriously jeopardizing peace and stability of the Taiwan Strait,” it said. “Taiwan is part of Chinese territory. Theater forces always maintain a high level of alert and resolutely counter all threats and provocations.”

Source: Shanghai Daily: Nation | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:00 am(NZT)

‘Beaver Princess’ lives like a Disney character surrounded by wildlife

BEFORE heading to Kunming, Yunnan Province, and stepping on stage, Chu Wenwen practiced her speech for this week’s UN Biodiversity Conference opening plenary many times. She did so in front of the lairs of beavers which she has protected for nearly four years. This species of beaver (officially the Sino-Mongolian beaver Castor fiber birulai) lives in the Ulungur watershed in China and Mongolia. In China, their only habitat is in northwestern Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region where Chu, 27, lives. After graduating from Beijing Forestry University in 2017, Chu returned home the following year and initiated the “Beavers’ Canteen” program which calls on people to donate their “money for snacks” to help plant a species of shrub that is an important food resource for the beaver. “During the past four years, there have been more than 1 million post-1990s people joining our natural conservation campaign for the Altai Mountains in Xinjiang. We got together through Douyin (Chinese version of TikTok) and planted 410,000 saplings of that shrub,” she said proudly at the meeting. “We made 190 households of herdsmen be natural conservation ‘patrol guards’ and established the nation’s first professional wild animal rescue center in the Altai Mountains,” she added. “We helped to raise the number of beaver lairs from 162 to 190, increasing this first-class state-protected animal population by 20 percent.” Known as the “Beaver Princess,” Chu lives a life similar to a Disney character, surrounded and liked by wild animals. Chu’s childhood was different from her peers. She was introduced to the wild at the age of 2 by her father who is an animal conservationist and often needed to do investigations and researches. So when the other children were reciting ancient Chinese poems, mathematical formulas and English alphabet, Chu was working hard to remember the names of different animals and plants. When she was 7 years old, her father gave her a single lens reflex camera as a gift to observe and record the life of wild animals. She developed a love for the creatures and how humans could coexist harmoniously with them. So instead of being a white-collar worker in Beijing after graduation, she decided to return home and follow her father’s footsteps. In her hometown of Altay, there are 466 species of wild animals and 74 state-protected ones living in the surrounding 110,000 square kilometers. In 2018, she founded the Altai Natural Conservation Association which is dedicated to animal protection. The first public participation project she initiated was for the beaver. At the rescue center, there are dozens of animal species, including both birds of prey and beasts. “We took this beaver as a priority because it’s listed as a first-class state-protected animal and was greatly endangered,” Chu told Shanghai Daily. This animal, which feeds on the shrub that grows near the rivers, has a strong sense of territory and won’t leave their own surroundings. So if people destroy the river and the water levels decline, the beavers’ living environment will be destroyed and they will no longer survive. “The beavers, which can build dams, are dubbed as ‘engineers’ in the animal kingdom. Their dams can change water levels, gather shoals of fish, attract birds to nest and bring insects and small mammals,” Chu explained. “So every beaver’s dam can provide a new ecosystem for wild animals and lift the biodiversity levels in the area.” Chu said it’s common to see the beavers injured or dead after a fight in the Ulungur River. “They have very strict requirements about habitats and only choose for their home an area with abundant food resources,” said Chu. “However, the availability of the shrub keeps decreasing. The lack of food and habitat is the major cause impacting the beavers’ reproduction.” The shrub is also the building material of beavers. The clever animal makes full use of it — it eats the bark and uses the inner part to build dams and lairs. Chu considered planting shrubs for the beavers but found that might cost more than 2 million yuan (US$310,814). Her association is completely non-profit and could not afford such an outlay. To raise the money, she turned to the Internet for help. She opened a Douyin account and posted videos showing how she rescued wild animals. She also livestreamed the life of beavers and let netizens know how the beavers ate the shrub she planted with their support. Through her efforts, many people contacted her and asked what they could do to help the wild animals. Then came another program, the Beavers’ Ark, a hospital that Chu established for injured wild animals and for which the beavers are frequent patients. Earlier this year, Chu received a call from the police, saying they had received a “big eagle” and wanted to bring it to her rescue center. When they arrived, she recognized the bird as a vulture, a second-class state-protected animal, and that it had been poisoned. It’s very hard to cure a poisoned bird of prey. The possibility is like that of winning a 1-million-yuan lottery because the bird’s metabolism enables the toxin to attack all its cells and organs at a speed that is faster than an antidote treatment. Prior to receiving the vulture, Chu had witnessed more than 20 poisoned birds of prey and none of them survived. A demoiselle crane which took pesticide by mistake died in front of her. Given the urgency of the vulture’s condition and need for treatment, and the rescue center being full of animals, the bird was treated in Chu’s restroom with a large mat as the operating table. Chu and her colleagues gave it detoxification injections every four hours. After the third day, the vulture stood and began thrashing about in the restroom. It looked into the mirror, damaged the mats, broke Chu’s cosmetics with its beak and never let anyone use the toilet. The whole progress was recorded on camera and posted on Douyin. After it fully recovered, Chu took it to the mountains and released it, hoping it would never return. So far, Chu has rescued more than 60 state-protected animals, including a snow leopard, fox, lynx and golden eagle. She worries that the treated wild animals will start to gain affection for humans, a dangerous outcome. When she was a little girl, Chu’s father told her never to approach wild animals and said that anything in nature should never been interfered with by humans. Her first sight of the body of an animal hit by a car alerted her to the fact that animals which accidentally encounter the human world might get injured. For instance, herdsmen set up wire fences around their meadows. And when some birds of grey dive to catch a rat, they could be hurt or trapped. Chu once saved an Eastern imperial eagle whose wing was snared by such fencing. The wound was so serious she had to cut off the wing, leaving the bird to be raised in an aviary and never flying again. She also saw the remains of antelopes caught in the fences, their bodies devoured by other animals and only the skulls and some fur left behind. Chu has done a lot to educate people to keep their distance from the wild animals. In the Kalamaili Nature Reserve, Chu once found a wolf which died after eating the body of a sheep with poison secreted inside. The herdsmen had inserted the poison to kill the wolves and protect their sheep flocks. But other predators, like snow leopards and foxes, would also feast on the poisoned carcass. As the sheep in the Altai are free-range, Chu assumed that other herdsmen would follow the same practice to protect their sheep. So she analyzed wolves’ feces and found they mainly ate rats, plants and insects rather than sheep, although there was evidence they would sometimes feast on dead sheep. She then helped the herdsmen learn more about the wild animals’ behavior and started to compensate them for losses. “I think the best protection for the animals is getting a balance. People here live a life by growing crops and grazing, and the wild animals also have their own ways of life,” said Chu. “It’s better to work out a solution which can allow the people and wild animals to coexist,” she said. “As a youth representative to the Biodiversity Conference, I feel that in the past, the post-1990s generation is often considered as a group of people who are not mature enough. But now, with the joint effort of more than 1 million of them, we achieved results which are recognized by the nation,” Chu told Shanghai Daily. “We think we are on the right track and what we have done is meaningful. We will continue to encourage more people, especially the youth, to participate in nature conservation.”

Source: Shanghai Daily: Nation | 18 Oct 2021 | 5:00 am(NZT)

 



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