Liu Ruilin, Party secretary and president of Shunde Hospital of Southern Medical University, has been re moved from his positions after five babies died and 14 fell ill during an enterovirus outbreak at the hospital. The five newborns who died had other underlying diseases, such as pneumonia, before contracti ng the virus, according to a statement from the Guangdong Health Commission on Saturday. Thirteen of the sick babies have been discharged from the hospital, wh ile the other one continues to be treated and is in a stable condition, the commission said. An investigation determined that the case became serious becaus e of the combinationRead More →

To ease the anxiety of parents, especially moms, kids should be taught how to be a good person, rather than just be good at cracking exams and earning good scores. Parents should be happy if their children excel in their own chosen fields, and teach them the importance of honesty, kindness and shared responsibilities. These good traits will help the kids a lot in their future development. Over-anxious parents, on the other hand, could prevent kids from excelling in even their own chosen fields. Liu Xiuying, director of home education institute at China Youth and Children Research Center The China Earthquake Administration pledged to enhanceRead More →

ted results. But the higher rate of FAI growth was to a large extent driven by a strong increase in investment in real estate, which is l ikely to weaken sooner or later owing to the government’s commitment to cooling China’s “real-esta te fever”. And, given the trade frictions with the US, China’s export performance for the rest of 2019 is highly uncertain. To compensate for declining investment in real estate and weakening exports, China must maintain reasonable growth in inf rastructure investment. To that end, the government should pursue higher spending (taking advantage of a strong fis cal position), supported by accommodative monetary policyRead More →

 integration-trade, investment and finance-began benefiting large emerging and developing econ omies. To be sustainable, globalization cannot serve just a few wealthy advanced economies. It m ust also serve poorer and faster-growing economies, which today account for most of the global growth. So, by flirting with trade protectionism and punitive tariffs on imports, adva nced economies are seeking to implement the wrong policies at the wrong time. As the adv anced countries have fallen into secular stagnation, they desperately need growth. Therefore, the rise of poorer eco nomies is not a win-lose game, because it benefits the advanced economies, too. In the aftermath of the 2008Read More →

prisonment, civil assault and battery, as well as sexual assault or batter y, seeking damages in excess of $50,000, according to a report from Reuters. The court filing said JD is “vicariously liable” for Liu’s behavior as his alleged actions happened while he was “seemingly” at work-related activities, and the assault and battery began in the presence of two other JD employees. “We have not yet reviewed the complaint and are not going to comment on pending litigation, but based on the Hennepin County A ttorney’s declination to charge a case against our client and our belief in his innocence, we feel strongly that thisRead More →

 window to Viennese social traditions, classical music, and Austrian culture. While recommending three must-see Austrian cities for first-time visitors, ambass ador Stift gave a surprising answer. While well-known cities like capital Vienna with its iconic concert hall, Mus ikverein, and Salzburg , once home to Mozart, both make the cut, that doesn’t tell the full story. Brice Péan, who studied at ski resort Innsbruck, showed his know ledge of China, mentioning Hallstatt, a small Austrian town modeled on a Chi nese housing development, as an increasingly popular destination for Chinese tourists. Consider this video a warm-up for tonight’s ball. If you can’t ma ke it,Read More →

efit from economies of scale and agglomeration, and the coordinated development of those city clusters will help sha re and build the basic urban foundation, bring stronger competitiveness and improve pe ople’s lives,” said Chen Yuyu, an economics professor at Peking University’s Guanghua School of Management. Nine Occupy activists, including three chief organizers, were found guilty for their involve ment in the 2014 illegal Occupy protests, a Hong Kong court ruled on Tuesday. University of Hong Kong law professor Benny Tai Yiu-ting and sociologist Chan Kin-man, two of th e three chief organizers, were convicted of conspiracy to commit public nuisance and inci tement toRead More →

  with a new plan, or crash out of the bloc without an agreement.   But May’s government is considering a fourth vote on her deal, bolstered by their suc cess in narrowing margin of defeat to 58 votes on Friday from 230 votes in January.   The EU has given Britain until April 12 — two weeks away — to decide whether it wants to ask for another postponement to Brexit. The bloc has called an eme rgency Brexit summit for April 10 to deal with a British request, or prepare for a no-deal Brexit.   Without a delay, Britain will leave the bloc at 11 pm U.K.Read More →

  He’s trashed the British Prime Minister. He’s cheered protesters in France. And now he’s handed Israel’s embattled leader a win days before a re-elect ion. When it comes to other countries’ domestic politics, President Donald Trump hasn’t hesitated to put his thumb on the scale.   When he first met Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the Oval Office weeks after his inau guration, Trump heard out the Israeli prime minister’s appeal to recognize Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights.   But Trump didn’t immediately deliver. Instead, he waited until less than three weeks before the most consequential election of Netanyahu’s polit ical career to announce “it isRead More →

  forced Beijing to look for alternative trading partners. As result, China has started to rebuild ties wi th rival rising power India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Last year Modi made two visits to China.   This week, China’s Foreign Ministry called for both Pakistan and India to “maintain self-restraint and focus on regional peace and stability.”   In an urgent late night call on Wednesday, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah M ehmood Qureshi asked Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi to play “a constructive role in easing the current tensions.”   During the call, China‘s Foreign Minister Wang Yi stressed that “the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countrRead More →