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roject, including Russia, Egypt and Algeria, and 17 domestic research teams, including on
e from University of Science and Technology of China, have started research on the site, Zheng noted.
The site will “offer research teams with observation equipmen
t, support for outdoor observation and data sharing services”, he said.
Wu Zhongliang, director of the administra
tion’s Institute of Earthquake Forecasting, said the experimental site will help for
m a “united front” at the national and international level to work on earthquake forecasting.
Referring to earthquake forecasting as a hard nut to crack, Wu said the work can
not see marked progress just in a few days, but forecasting capability will be improved a
s technology develops. “If it’s a war between humans and earthquakes, it’s us that will finally win,” he said
hinese women are buying more for themselves than they have in the past, according to a new report on Chinese women’s consumption.
The report was released one day before this year’s International Women’s Day by Alibaba’s e-commerce platform, Tmall.
More women are spending to please themselves instead of other
people, the report said. Tmall’s data showed that women’s consumption of books, tourism expe
riences, wire-free bras, flat shoes, flowers and other “treat-yourself” products continues to grow significantly.
Women born in the 1980s placed a total of 48.06 million book orders on
Tmall in the past year, while according to data from Fliggy, Alibaba’s travel arm, the same
group spent most on travel, China’s Hong Kong, Japan, Thailand, China’s Macao and Singapore their favorite destinations.
snapping a selfie of the group as they took their seats in the House of
Commons. But non
e of the group asked a question of the Prime Minister, as she appeared before MPs for her weekly grill
ing, and the defections were barely addressed. The mood in the House of
Commons seemed more subdued than usual.
The closest May came to acknowledging the issue was when she attacked Corbyn over anti-Semitism in
his party, cited as a reason for some of the defectors leaving his party.
May said she never thought she would see the day when “a once proud
Labour party was accused of institutional Semiti
sm by a member of that party,” or,
equally, when Jewish people in the UK “were concerned about their future.”
Responding to those accusations, Corbyn said that “anti-Semitism ha
s no place whatsoever in any of our political parties, in our lives, in our society,” be
fore laying into the Prime Minister for “pretending to negotiate” a Brexit deal with just 37 days to go.
May, who will travel to Brussels later in the day, maintained that she was still working on alternative arrangements on the
Irish backstop — an insurance policy designed to avoid a hard border between
Northern Ireland and the Republic of Irel
and. She also reiterated her position that a no-deal exit from the EU could only be taken off the table by agreeing a deal.
Speaking at a press conference later, Allen, Wollaston and Soubry said the Prim
e Minister had been bullied by hard-line Brexiteers onto the brink of a no-deal Brexit.
ai Xiaomin, former China Huarong Asset Management board chairman, has been charged with bribery, corruption and bigamy, the Supreme People’s Procuratorate said on Friday.
China Huarong is one of the country’s four largest State-own asset management companies.
It is alleged that Lai exploited various professional positions, including head of the Huarong
corporation and director-general of the banking supervision department of the People’s Bank of China.
While in these positions, it is claimed that he asked for and received significant benefits in exc
hange for “aid”, according to a press release from the SPP, the country’s top prosecuting authority.
It also alleged that Lai was in illegal possession of a large number of public properties, a
nd that he was living as husband and wife with a woman other than his wife, the release said.
Lai, 56, was placed under investigation by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) o
f the Communist Party of China in April last year for “serious violations of disciplinary rules
and laws”, and was expelled from the Party and removed from public office six months later.
The CCDI said he violated political disciplines and State financial policies to blindly expand the c
ompany and operate it in a disorderly manner, resulting in it deviating from its primary tasks and business.
Lai, a Jiangxi province native, started his career at the People’s Bank of China in July 1983, and went on
to hold key positions at the China Banking Regulatory Commission and Beijing Banking Regulatory Bureau.