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The downward trend will linger in the first half of th

f the year until July or August, when the market may see a recovery, Xu Haidong, assistant to

the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers’ secretary-general, told the newspaper.

The reason for the slowdown in China’s automotive market lies in the lack of consumer confidence, according to CA

AM. In addition, the upcoming stricter Nation VI emission standards, market expectation for the country’s stimulating spe

nding policy and a strong wait-and-see mood, are all contributing to the bleak picture, the association said.

With the actual policy effects from tax cuts and fees reduction

s, a promising consumer market boosted by infrastructure investment, the country’s a

utomobile market will have a stable development throughout the year, said the association.

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Often these pictures do not represent how these indivi

duals look in real life without the posing, the filters, the photoshopping and the professional hair and make-up,” Martz said.

Pan, the Renmin University researcher, also believes that pi

ctures shared frequently on social media impose peer pressure on women.

“If people around you look thin on WeChat Moments, you are inevi

tably anxious to fit the general profile of having the ‘right look’,” she said.

Articles have also gone viral in summer on WeChat Moments, with sensational headlines such as “Good-looking girls never

weigh more than 50 kilograms” or “If you don’t lose weight in May, you will cry out loud in June”.

Shen Zijiao, a psychological consultant at Beijing Normal University, said: “Women don’t know what kind of beauty is best for th

em; they just thumb through their phone screens and get the notions of ‘being slender’ consciously or uncons

ciously. They always worry if their bodies are inconsistent with the so-called perfect body shape.”

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The authors were Lei Ruipeng, professor of bioethics

 at the School of the Humanities and Centre for Bioethics at Huazho

ng University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, Hubei province; Zhai Xiaomei, prof

essor of bioethics and health policy at the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences’ Centre for Bioethics, in Beijing; Zhu

Wei, an associate professor at Fudan University’s Centre for Applied Ethics in Shanghai; and Qiu Renzong, a philosophy of sc

ience and bioethics professor at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences’ Institute of Philosophy, in Beijing.

“We think the authorities should step up their efforts to improve the governance of et

hics in scientific research in light of the loopholes exposed in He’s case,” Zhai told China Daily.

Results of further investigations in the case should be made public, including the penalties given to all involved, she said.

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Different from 3G and 4G technologies, 5G technolo

 will impact various industries and stimulate the emergence of many new products, services and industries.

China Daily’s app was named the “Highly Commended” news app of the year at the newsawards 2019 in London on Wednesday.

The result was announced at the gala dinner held at the Royal Lancaster London. Ch

ina Daily beat two other nominees – The Independent and the Belfast Telegraph – to win the honor.

The China Daily app offers “a powerful mix of technology and innovation, with great clarity on audience needs,” said the judges.

The automotive sector will most likely be one of the first industries to rely

on 5G, connecting vehicles to other vehicles, roadsides, traffic lights, buildings and the inter

net to process data across cars or in the cloud, according to the report.

As 5G technology has integrated various industries and technologies, the number of 5G Stand

ards-Essential Patents applications surged to more than 60,000 globally by the end of April, the report said.

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a simple inspection at ports of entry. The administration

was disestablished in the latest government reshuffle and quara

ntine management functions were merged into the General Administration of Customs.

With a rising number of inbound foreign travelers and Chinese students returning home wit

h pets in tow, the administration issued the new rule in January to facilitate entry.

Shanghai Customs inspected 25 cats and 15 other pets at its ports of entry between May 1 and May 5. Twenty-seven of them were all

owed in after on-site inspections. Eleven were put under quarantine, and two were sent back to their original co

untry or region due to the lack of quarantine reports and rabies antibody test results.

Last year alone, 1,577 pets-822 dogs and 755 cats-entered Shanghai from overseas, customs data show.

Shanghai Customs has been publicizing information on the new regulations throu

gh various channels to passengers, including cooperating with more than 60 air carriers, it said.

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Production and sales of these firms picked up in Mar

with the aggregated industrial value added expanding by 8.5 percent year-on-year, 3.2 percentage points

higher than that in the January-February period.

Operation revenue jumped by 13.7 percent year-on-year i

n March, 10.4 percentage points more than that in the January-February period.

Stabilizing prices served as another driver of the rebound, according to an NBS analy

sis. The producer prices rose 0.4 percent year-on-year in March, ending a decline for eight months in a row.

The purchasing prices for raw materials edged up 0.2 percent from a ye

ar ago, 0.1 percentage points higher than that in the January-February period.

Preliminary estimates showed that the price changes added 26.8 billion yuan to industrial profits in March, and the cont

ribution of price changes to industrial profit growth rose by 4.5 percentage points from that in the Ja

nuary-February period, said senior statistician Zhu Hong from the NBS’s Industrial Bureau.

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It is reported that the IS terrorist organization has clai

med it was behind the horrific attacks. Yet whoever the perpetrators, the attacks on innoc

ent people should be condemned in the strongest terms, and those responsible arrested and punished.

Since Sri Lanka has been facing some political and e

conomic problems, and increasingly acute social conf

licts for the past few years, the attacks seem to reveal not just sectarian disputes but also cer

tain people’s dissatisfaction with the situation in the island nation, and the rest of South Asia.

The motive behind the attacks could be helplessness and desperation of certain sections of Muslims in South Asia.

The rise of Islamic extremism has to some extent fueled the rise of white supremac

ist groups in the United States and some European countries. Perhaps the conflict between Islamic extremism and

the anti-Muslim forces today is greater than that immediately after the Sept 11, 2001, attacks in the US.

And the rising tensions in South Asia and other regions should prompt govern

ments to take sound measures to prevent the spread of extremism inside their borders.、

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He said that based on the research of national legislator

China produces more than 80 million tons of hazardous waste per year, instead of the official figure of 40 million tons.

Therefore, the total capacity for hazardous waste treatment in the country is insufficient, according to Wang.

The utilization rate of the capacity for hazardous waste dispo

sal also remains low. According to data that the Ministry of Ecology a

nd Environment provided to the NPC Standing Committee in 2017, only about 25 percent of China’s capacity was

in full operation and data from other sources also shows low utilization rates, Wang said.

“Some enterprises have failed to build sound systems for hazardous waste manageme

nt as required, or failed to implement them,” Wang said, adding that some companies had turned a blind eye to loo

pholes in the production process that could result in hazardous waste leakage.

In one case, Baoxun Precision Screws Co Ltd in Zhejiang province was found to have dumped about 1,072 tons of hazardou

s sludge into the Yangtze River in Anhui and Jiangsu provinces from July 2016 to May 2017.

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Hainan offers housing incentives to attract talenting

Hainan is offering housing incentives to attract talent to the tropical isla

nd province, where the country’s 12th free trade zone-its largest-is being created.

A notice from the provincial government on Friday said the employ

ees of companies that move their headquarters to the island will enjoy the same housing polici

es and credit support as locals when buying a house, even though they don’t have household registration in Hainan.

The supplementary measure, which is intended to address problems of new em

ployees settling in the Hainan FTZ, will improve the business environment, attract investo

rs, promote opening-up and development of headquarters, and optimize the living environment, local officials said.

In April last year, after the central government said Hainan would become a pilot free trade zone, the island announ

ced it would attract 1 million skilled workers. To accomplish that, it has adopted measures to support free hou

sing for topnotch personnel, child education, spousal employment, medical insurance and car purchases.

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Technology, tourism freeze time on Hani’s amazing

From the camera lenses of tourists, the Hani rice terraces in Yunnan

province are an idyllic emblem of traditional Chinese agriculture: vast expanses of mountain

slopes carved into water-submerged paddies where rice, fish and ducks flourish in co-existence.

A closer look reveals its low-profile modernity: on the verge of some fields stands an ap

paratus the shape of a solar panel, which collects information on the ecosystem for online monitoring and diagnosis.

Lu Zhengxue, who owns one terraced field in Yuanyang county, Honghe Hani and Yi autonomo

us prefecture, is glad the millenniumold landscape is preserved thanks to the modern techn

ology that helps make the rice terraces not just a tourist demonstration but a lucrative business.

“The terraced fields are where my roots are. They are the golden ri

ce bowls passed down from our ancestors,” said Lu, 61. “We cannot afford to lose them.”

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