Expat jobs in some sectors increasingreign students see

The service sector, IT and media industries have overtaken the education industry as major job sources for expat s in China, according to figures from the 2019 Job Fair for Foreigners in Beijing. The job fair was organized on Sunday by the Foreign Talent Research Center and the State Administration of Foreign Exper ts Affairs, attracting more than 500 expats with nearly 1,000 jobs available in a range of professions. The expat job market, once dominated by language teachers, has seen a major shift. Approximatel y half the jobs available at the fair were in the sales, media, marketing and …

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Today, there are hundreds of big planes flying betwee

en cities around the world and carrying machine components,” noted Mohammad Ehteshami, the former head of engineer ing at GE Aviation who now runs GE Additive, a new business focusing on the latest manufacturing techni ques like 3D printing. “Tomorrow, you won’t need to do all of that. You’ll just print what you need.” At Siemens, additively-manufactured turbine blades can be cooled by complex internal channels, thereby improving their fun ctional efficiency. Such technology now allows novel geometries that were not possible before. According to a report released by the German conglomerate, add itive manufacturing enables rapid prototyping resulting in …

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To prepare for a show is costly. I used up most of m

y budget to launch my collection at New York Fashion Week in February. Thank fully, Lane Crawford and Labelhood provided me with support to showcase my coll ection again at SFW. These two companies have been providing many opportunities for new designers to exh ibit their works to the world,” says Hu, who graduated from Central Saint Martins and the Parsons School of Design. “I never imagined that I would get so much attention for my first col lection. Many top publications, such as Vogue and i-D magazine, professionals and buyers c ame to view my collection. It surprised me …

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Holmwood may feel the same. After spending a deca

The Ministry of Education issued a guideline on Thursday that demanded higher educati on institutions take into account student performance in art courses upon graduation. Aesthetic education in higher institutions in China has made great progress since the 18th CPC National Congress in 2012. The guideline aims to further promote aesthetic education among college and university students. According to the guideline, college and universities are encouraged to develop cross-institution elective courses in art by buildi ng a credit transfer system. Students must earn credits by finishing the optional courses to complete their degree. The guideline specifies major requirements for higher …

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Adding a site to the List of World Heritage in Danger

also allows the World Heritage Committee to allocate immediate assistance from the World H eritage Fund, enabling the conservation community to respond to specific preservation needs, she said. Key to these efforts are flexibility and creativity, because as Rossler pointed out, there is no “one-size-fits-all” sol ution to protecting heritage. She recommends that countries work in close cooperation with experts. ncreased digitalization spurs commercial push at venues The Palace Museum in Beijing, also known as the Forbidden Cit y, is one of the most historically and culturally significant sites in China. Once home to emperors, it now hosts throngs of …

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Chinese Party and state leaders extended condolences to

ictims’ families. and were deeply concerned with the situation of Chinese citizens involved, Lu told a regular press conference in Beijing. “We feel deeply grieved for it. We express deep condolences to all victims and sincere sympathy to their families,” Lu said. According to Lu, the Chinese embassy in Ethiopia has established a coordination and liaison mechanism with the Eth iopian side and got into contact with the relatives of the Chinese citizens who died in the accident. So far, the identities of the eight Chinese citizens have been confirmed. Four are employees of Chinese companies, two work for t …

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Roger Federer claims 100th title with revenge victory

  Federer, who moves back to number four in the world, had endured a frustrating wait since lifting his 99th tour-lev el trophy last October in Basel, while the 20-year-old Tsitsipas was fresh from claiming the Marseille Open crown last weekend.   ”I’m delighted. It’s great to win my eighth here in Dubai and in combination with my 100th si ngles title,” he said.Federer imposed himself on his youthful opponent from the start, brea king him in the very first game and then saving two break points when serving for the opening set.   The second was closer, but Federer made his breakthrough …

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In 2018, the government introduced several policies to offer

 more support to private hospitals. According to the policies, private hospitals will have the same assessment system as public hospitals, the government will not limit the opening of general clinics, third-party medical insti tutions will have their own standards, and internet hospitals will be encouraged. Judging from the policies, opening up the incremental market will c ontinue to be an important direction for medical reform in the nex t few years. At the same time, the government will also tighten the supervision of private hospitals, in the ho pe of forming a diversified system with public hospitals being the main …

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bundant mallow harvest a boon for impoverished Iraqis

With rain spreading across Iraq, mallow growing in the northern and eastern parts of the country gives impoverished people food to eat or sell for extra money. Mallow, or Malva pusilla, is a cosmopolitan weed found principally in temperate regions of the world. It is a fast-growing annual or perennial herb with the capacity to grow in dense pa tches in gardens, yards, roadsides, waste ground, orchards, pastures and agricultural fields. It grows without any assistance and easily harvested and so is often called the “food of the poor.” It is also delicious and good for one’s health. Thanks to …

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Regulator issues guidelines to make loan renewal easier

he China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission Beijing Office announced on Thursday it has issued guidelines for banking institutions on re newing micro and small business loans to shorten the financing chain and reduce financing costs. The guidelines aim to cut unnecessary so-called “passageway business” a nd bridging finance that “bridges” the gap between the time when a company’s m oney is set to run out and when it can expect to receive an infusion of funds later on, under the premise that banking in stitutions will meet the requirements on internal control and risk management. “The loan renewal policy …

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