Month: April 2019
titutions, companies and colleges in Beijing, including the Beijing sub-council of the China Council for the Promotion of Inte
rnational Trade, Beijing Enterprises Group Real-Estate Co and the Beijing Forestry University have participated in nong
overnmental exchange projects in countries such as Cambodia, Mongolia, Myanmar and Nepal.
Generally, those Belt and Road projects involve such fields as business cooperation, cultura
l exchanges, protection of women and children, charity, environmental protection and responses to natural disasters.
In 2018, Beijing and Phnom Penh, Cambodia, became sister cities.
Beijing Enterprises Group has been working on a Sino-Camb
odian special economic zone which is planned to be built as a new industrial city.
Qian Xu, president of the group’s Real-Estate Co, which is in charge of the project, said the company has completed the
regulatory planning process for the special economic zone and will start on infrastructure construction soon.
eijing, Hangzhou, Johannesburg and London. The events have been broadcast live on inter
net and multimedia platforms, reaching an international audience, particularly young people.
This upcoming event will also be broadcast live on the China Daily website and ap
p, as well as China Daily’s account on Sina Weibo, Tencent Video, Toutiao, Bilibili, Facebook and Twitter platforms.
A former Peking University student suspected of killing his mother has been captured after th
ree years on the run, said a Fuzhou Public Security Bureau official on Thursday, Beijing News reported.
Wu Xieyu was caught at Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport when boa
rding a plane on April 21, the newspaper reported, quoting sources close to the police.
The Belt and Road Initiative aims to build the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road and deliver polici
es, infrastructure, trade, financial and people-to-people connectivity via a new platform for a brighter futur
Man suspected of killing mother arrested after three years on the run
An action plan has been introduced to tighten water consumption as part of high-quality development moves, which aims to improve
efficiency in the use of natural resources and better protect the environment while boosting economic growth.
By 2020, water consumption per 10,000 yuan ($1,487) of GDP is expect
ed to drop by 23 percent from that in 2015, with a 20-percen
t reduction in using water to produce 10,000 yuan in industrial added value, according to the plan promulgated by t
he National Development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of Water Resources on April 15.
In addition, China’s overall water consumption will be constrained within 670 billion c
ubic meters by 2022, with improved conservation, the document said. Furthermore, the figure will be con
trolled within 700 cu m with water conservation and recycling at a world-leading level by 2035.