Namuundari, a 26-year-old Mongolian woman, is working hard to translate the Chinese TV dra
ma “Stay With Me” in the studio of a Khalkha Mongolian language dubbing center here for Chinese films and TV dramas.上海后花园
She quietly read the Chinese lines and translated them into Mongolian.
上海后花园品茶微信”I have participated in the translation of 24 Chinese TV series and I feel proud,” she sai
d, adding that many of her friends had closer contact with China through the plays she dubbed.
Namuundari has been studying Chinese since age six. She returned to her hometown Ulan Bator上海后花园
as a Chinese-Mongolian translator after graduation from China’s Beijing International Studies University.
“In recent years, more and more Chinese movies and TV dramas have been dubbed and their Mongolian audience has become larger and larger,” she said.上海后花园品茶微信
Dubbing Chinese movies and TV plays has become a key area of cultural exchanges and cooperation between China and Mongolia in recent years.
China has decided to provide Mongolia with 25 films and TV dramas for free from 2014 to 2020. Other p
rojects such as “Silk Road Film and TV Project” have also introduced Chinese video products to Mongolia.上海后花园
The Mongolian Language Satellite TV Channel of China’s Inner Mongolia Radio and TV Station set up a tran
上海后花园品茶微信slation studio in Ulan Bator in 2015 and then upgraded it as a Khalkha Mongolian language dubbing center in 2016.
Until now, a total of 36 Chinese TV plays and four films have been translated in the
center, of which 30 TV dramas and two movies have been broadcast, said Uul, dire上海后花园品茶微信
ctor of the Khalkha Mongolian Language Dubbing Center for Chinese Films and TV Dramas.
The center has cooperated with 27 local TV stations to broadcast these plays, he added.
Ulan Bator TV Station’s 2016 ratings data showed that Chinese TV dramas such as “May-December Love,” “Ice and Fire of You
th” and “Romance of Our Parents” have been watched more than 100,000 times on average. “May-December Love” ha
s received 550,000 views, setting a new record for foreign TV dramas in Mongolia.
According to Kanter Media’s statistics, the market share of Chinese movies and TV play
s in Mongolia has increased from less than 7 percent in 2014 to more than 20 percent now.
to a colorful spect上海后花园acle of ancient Chinese culture when the Liverp
ool Chinese Martial Arts association performed a lion dance. The group has been coming to Gla上海后花园女神会所
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“We are based in Liverpool which has got the oldest Chinatown in Europe, so we hav
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“We try and represent Chinese culture as authentically as we can in the co
nditions that we’ve got. Glastonbury tries to represent all cultures, so we are kind of th
e Chinese slice that tries to keep that bit alive. It’s important for us on t上海后花园女神会所wo levels – one, it’s the most important f
estival in the world, and two it’s the best festival in the world. So, if you are going to do it, you have to do it properly.”
Comedian Phil Wang delivered a standup routine at the Cabaret Tent that was both disarmingly charming and brilliantly cutti
ng. The son of a Chinese-Malaysian father and British mother, 29-year-old Wang opened by dissecting his full name (t
he product of a “cultural compromise”), setting the tone for a witty assault on white and Asian stereotypes.上海后花园女神会所
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nsible middle ground between the two is to talk about it openly, about my experiences, about my thoughts and also to
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et on their side a little and show them they don’t have to worry so much. So that’s the line I am trying to tread.”
After stocks plummeted last month, US markets are surging once again, on hopes of restarting trade talks with China.
上海后花园May this year was one of the worst months of May for US stocks in several years, with US markets seeing wild swings amid the US-initiated trade dispute with China.
But in a sudden about-face, stocks skyrocketed this week. The main rise came Tuesday after US President Donald Trump hel上海后花园
d a telephone conversation with Chinese President Xi Jinping saying looking forward to meeting at this month’s G20 summit in Osaka, Japan.
The news caused the US Dow Jones Industrial Average to surge nearly 400 points. Stocks上海后花园品茶微信
continued to rise on Wednesday, on signals from the US Federal Reserve that it could cut interest rates later.
上海后花园James M. Roberts, an economist at the Heritage Foundation, told Xinhua that the news about the two presidents’ meeting next week is “certainly encouraging.”
“It is not surprising that markets have reacted favorably,” Roberts said. “Assumin
g that the meeting stays on track, markets should continue to view the upcoming G20 hopefully.”上海后花园品茶微信
Desmond Lachman, a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, told Xinhua that markets were buoyed Tuesday
by Trump’s announcement that talks with China would restart, as well as by European Central Bank (ECB) Preside
nt Mario Draghi’s indication that he might soon respond to European economic weakening by restarting the ECB’s bond buying program.上海后花园品茶微信
That gave the impetus for global bond yields to decline and stocks to rally, he said.
Experts said that markets would be pleased by an agreement by both sides to continue talking.
“Both President Trump and President Xi would benefit from a favorable outcome to their bilateral meeting and to the G20 overall,” Roberts said.上海后花园品茶微信
Chief trade negotiators of China and the United States will communicate in line with the
instructions made by the two heads of state, China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.
Negotiating teams from both sides will earnestly implement the instructions and make preparations fo
r the meeting of the two heads of state during the G20 Summit in Osaka, MOC spokesperson Gao Feng told a news conference.
“We believe both sides can find ways to properly solve their problems through equitable dialogue and accommodating each other’s legitimate concerns,” he said.
Beijing and Washington had been hammering out a trade deal, but the talks stalled last month after the Trump administration hiked tariffs on $200 bi
llion worth of Chinese goods and threatened to impose further tariffs on additional Chinese imports.
Lachman said US markets would be kept moving if Trump took further US import tariffs on China off the table at the G20 meeting.
China has added 46 new majors to the catalog of secondary vocational schools to better ser
ve the country’s economic and social development, according to the Ministry of Education (MOE).上海后花园
Among the newly-added majors are rural drinking water supply engineering technology, new ener
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henzhen National High-Tech Zone plans to add an additional 2,000 high-tech enterprise
s to its premises this year, according to a government meeting on the city’s high-tech industrial development on Monday.
品茶微信Enterprises engaged in frontier industries such as AI, integrated circuits, new energy, robotics, life health and new materials will be preferred, according to information disclosed at the meeting.
The zone, totaling 159.48 sq km and comprising five industrial parks in Nanshan, Pingshan, Longga
ng, Bao’an and Longhua districts, will house more than 60 percent of Shenzhen’s total high-tech enterprises, meeting attendees were told.上海后花园
Aiming to become a world-class high-tech park, the zone will cultivate a first-class ecosystem chain for facilitating the deve
lopment of innovative businesses by building key infrastructures, labs, test bases, innovation incubators, research institutes and service agencies.
The zone’s Nanshan park is intended to develop into the main comprehensive national-level science center of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.上海后花园
In the next few years, the Nanshan park will speed up construction of the Tsinghua Shenzhen International Grad
uate School, SUSTech Institute of Microelectronics, Pengcheng Laboratory, Shenzhen Bay Laboratory and Nobel Laureate Laboratory.
The park will also dismantle old factories to add 3.5 million sq meters of floor space for industrial development.
Shenzhen’s first united headquarters building will also be located in the Nan
shan park to house 15 high-tech firms, 12 of which will be listed companies.
Related adjustment should also meet the demands of new occupations created by new technology, new products and new business forms and models, it added.
Xi and Putin also witnessed the signing of a number of cooperation documents covering such a
reas as investment, 5G technologies, e-commerce, natural gas, soybeans, nuclear power and the Belt and Road.
In talks with Putin, Xi said that both countries are facing changes in the world that were not seen in the past century.
The people of both countries and the international community have greater expectations of China and Russia, Xi said.
There is no end to the development of China-Russia relations, Xi said, adding that China
would like to make joint efforts with Russia to bring more benefits to the people of both nations.
Noting that this is his first state visit to Russia since he was reele
cted president last year, Xi said that the two leaders have maintained close contact in recent years.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the establishment of d
iplomatic relations, and the bilateral relationship is at its best in history, Xi said.