ric and actions regarding the Taiwan question, violated the one-
China principle and the three China-US joint communiques,” he said.
“This has undermined China’s sovereignty and security, sent a seriously wrong message to Taiwan secessionists, and
disrupted regional peace and stability,” Shao said, adding that China must, and will be, reunified.
“If anyone tries to separate Taiwan from the mainland, the Chinese
military will adamantly protect its territorial integrity at all costs,” he said.
As for the South China Sea, Shanahan accused China of undermining fr
eedom of navigation and overflight in the region, and militarizing the local islands.
China this time. The future of China and Asia is closely related to the Arctic and I’m delighted to see China actively participating i
n Arctic-related dialogues and collaborations with a constructive attitude,” said Grimsson, president of the forum.
Around 500 ambassadors, scholars and entrEditor’s note: Many Chines
e moms tend to get angry when helping their kids do homework. So stressed out are some mom
s that one suffered a heart attack and ended up in a hospital last year. Why do Chinese mothers get so tense when it comes
to their kids’ education, and what should be done to ease their nerves? With Mothers’ Day just a day away, two experts share thei
r views on the issue with China Daily’s Yao Yuxin. Excerpts follow:epreneurs from home and abroad as well as representatives of Arctic indi
genous organizations participated in the forum, which runs through Saturday. Topics included “Polar Silk Road”, sci
ence and innovation, transportation and investment, sustainable development, ocean, energy and governance.
ched for 10 km, making it a memorable scene for a generation.
In October 2016, the bridge was closed for repairs after being open for almost 50 years. The 100,000 vehicles it carried each day far
exceeded its designed capacity of 8,000, causing many cracks to appear in the structure. It has been repaired 12 times since 2002.
Other problems it faced included falling mortar and metal fatigue.
The government decided to spend more than 1.1 billion yuan ($164 million) on the repairs.
The structure’s original concrete deck was replaced by a steel one, which is lighter and h
as greater durability. The replacement work was carried out above the 27,000-volt railway line. Any falling mater
ial, even a screw, would have caused a power failure and disrupted services on the busy Beijing-Shanghai Rail
way. Workers had to erect scaffolding and protective nets when no trains were passing.
The diameter of the lamp bases on the bridge were reduced by 5 ce
ntimeters, making the sidewalk wider and more convenient for pedestrians.
ly concentrated in first and second-tier cities. “JD has missed the good opportunity to expand its third-party logisti
cs business, and there is little room for growth owing to the fierce competition in the segment.”
In October, JD launched parcel delivery services for individuals in 17
cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, and later extended it to 31 citie
s. In order to use the service, customers would ask for a pickup through the firm’s app.
Yang Daqing, a researcher at the China Society of Logistics, said such adjustm
ent will bring about some negative effects in the short term, but if JD Logistics ha
ndles the issue properly, it will become more competitive after the transformation.
Apart from the salary cut for the delivery unit, JD is seeing a r
ound of shake-ups on its management team. Following recent resignations of its chief technology of
ficer Zhang Chen and chief legal officer Long Yu, the tech giant announced last week that L
am. Following recent resignations of its chief technology officer Zhang C
hen and chief legal officer Long Yu, the tech giant announced last week that L