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The Chinese government has completed the compilation of a plan for tourism developme
nt up until 2035 in north China’s Xiongan New Area, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.狗亚APP入口楼凤
The plan has been submitted to the Publicity Department of the Central Com
狗亚APP入口楼凤mittee of the Communist Party of China for approval, the ministry said in a statement.
China announced plans in 2017 to establish the Xiongan New Area, a mi
llennium green city in Hebei Province located about 100 km southwest of Beijing.狗亚APP入口楼凤
The tourism industry will serve Xiongan in carrying out its task
s of relieving functions nonessential to Beijing’s role as the capital and helping coo
狗亚APP入口楼凤女神会所rdinated development of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, according to the plan.
The government aims to build the Xiongan New Area into a model fo
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at influence in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, and a world-famous tourism city.
Xiongan should be developed into a pilot zone to promote effective integration of culture and tourism, the reform of the tour狗亚APP入口楼凤女神会所
ism management system, and the innovative development of eco-tourism, the statement read.
Olympic Forest Park offers range of activities, abundant wildlife
The most crowded place in Beijing on a typical weekend morning is not the Sanyu狗亚APP入口楼凤
anli Market or the Sanlitun shopping area, but a park near the North Fifth Ring Road.
Entering through the park’s south gate, you’ll typically see a group of people to the left warming up for exercises, cha
tting about their fitness levels, while to the right you may see teams of runners pass, sweating heavily.狗亚APP入口楼凤女神会所
A vacant area just 14 years ago, Olympic Forest Park was built ahead of the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics as a leisure area for athlet
es and coaches away from intense competition at National Stadium, also known as the Bird’s Nest.
Third-generation technologies set to keep industry on even keel in nation, say experts
狗亚APP入口楼凤品茶微信China’s growing clean power demand has boosted the rapid development of nuclear power in the c
ountry, making it among the few in the world to have independently developed third-g
eneration nuclear power technology, with a complete industry chain, industry experts said.狗亚APP入口楼凤
The first two reactor units using China’s homegrown third-generation nuclear reactor techn
ology Hualong One, or the No 5 and 6 reactors in Fuqing Nuclear Power Plant in Fuzhou, Fujian province, are ex
狗亚APP入口楼凤品茶微信pected to avoid time overruns, creating a record in the construction of the first reactor in a nuclear power project.
Currently, key goals in the construction of the No 5 reactor have all been fulfilled on or ahead of sch
edule, while devices necessary for the No 6 reactor have been prepared as per schedule, said Zhou Sai狗亚APP入口楼凤
jun, deputy chief engineer of the power plant affiliated to China National Nuclear Corp, or CNNC.
Hualong One technology, jointly designed by CNNC and China General Nucl狗亚APP入口楼凤品茶微信
ear Power Group, adopts a double-layered containment system that can withstand la
rge aircraft attacks, and has a water tank above the reactor that can be gravity-fed to keep the reactor cool.
Fuqing’s No 5 reactor will start hot functional tests before Oct 16
and is expected to go into commer狗亚APP入口楼凤品茶微信cial operation in July next year. The No 6 reactor is sc
heduled to start cold functional tests next April and slated to commence commercial operations in 2021, Zhou said.
狗亚APP入口楼凤Cold functional tests are carried out to confirm whether the circuit system and i
ts supporting facilities are properly installed and ready to operate under high-pre
狗亚APP入口楼凤ssure conditions. A hot functional test is a critical pre-operational test that simulates the tempera
tures and pressures the reactor systems will be subjected to during normal operation.
The No 2 and 3 nuclear reactors in Karachi, Pakistan, using H狗亚APP入口楼凤品茶微信
ualong One technology, are also making construction progress as per schedule.
hina’s real estat狗亚APP入口楼凤品茶微信e market is expected to usher in a new period of adj
ustment during the second half of this year, Economic Information Daily reported.
Adhering to the policy that “houses are for living, not for speculation”, local governments have kept differentiated poli
cies based on local conditions, and made obvious achievement in tightening control of the real estate market.
The market saw pickup in March and April. However, it didn’t gather en
ough momentum and showed some signs of cooling down in May, Wang Yeqiang, a rese
archer with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, said in a signed article published by the newspaper.
Last month’s data also indicated the rebound is not stable, W
ang said, adding that the market is likely to enter a new period of adjustment.
ral rights of a sovereign state, and a necessary measure to counter those provocative actions.”
Mutual trust also is growing between China and countries in the region due to joint effo
rts. The overall situation in the South China Sea is stable and becoming better, Shao said.
“Countries from the region have the will, wisdom and capability to manage differences and jointly
promote peace, thus transforming the area into a sea of peace, friendship and cooperation,” he said.
On the Korean Peninsula question, China insists on denuclearizing the penin
sula, and solving issues through dialogue and consultation, Shao said.
“China has consistently, seriously, fully and rigorously implemented
the United Nation’s resolutions regarding the peninsula,” he said. “China also is willing to
work with various parties to promote the denuclearization of the peninsula via political solutions.”
The safety of mountaineers in China’s recently concluded Qomola
ngma climbing season, which saw 241 climbers scale the peak from the Chinese side, was ensured throu
gh good management practices, the government of the Tibet autonomous region said on Friday.
Twelve Chinese mountaineers, 21 Chinese guides, 94 foreign mountaineers and 108 Sherpa guides
made it to the summit from April 10 to May 30, according to the Tibet Mountaineering Association.
Two alpinists, however, have become the victims on the north face of the
mountain in Tibet’s Dingri county, resulting from the extreme physical demands.
“Mountaineering is a high-risk sport, and safety is the priority,” said Pema Trinley, the association’s deputy director.