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Qin Chuan, president of the Chinese Association for Laboratory Animal Sciences, said improved ethical supervisio
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t not be suitable and higher-level mammals would been to be used for effective research, she said.
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,000 yuan ($7,082) for selling aquatic grass in 2 mu (0.13 hectare), he said.
he river running through our village suddenly turned black. I only knew that I wasn’t allowed to swim in it anymore,” she recalled.
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s become a driving force behind economic growth, and interne
t companies should concentrate on making breakthroughs in core technologies.
“The country is narrowing the gap with developed countries, especially in autonomo
us driving, cooperative vehicle-infrastructure systems and intelligent transportation. We started a little late, but o
ur pace is faster and our potential is bigger,” said Robin Li, chairman and CEO of leading Chinese search engine Baidu Inc.
He noted that AI will have an impact on the internet and China should firmly grasp the historic opportuni
ties of AI, and the country’s efforts in technological innovations will begin gradually changing the world.
Pony Ma, chairman and CEO of Tencent Holdings Ltd, said the e-government is becoming the driving force for cons
truction of a digital China and high-quality social and economic development, and internet firms should co
nsolidate basic research and focus on making breakthroughs in core technologies.
nt of a comprehensive social security system in record time. Having set up the foundation,
it can now focus on targeted improvements. For example, in 2017, China provided special funds for pre-preg
nancy and other medical checkups for women, benefiting 12 million women, or 91.7 percent of the target group.
The country’s modernization could not have occurred without the people increasing their capabilities. Beyond general educ
ation for the population, the government has increased the knowledge and experience of officials to be at the fore
front of solving problems. Specialist schools and academies have been set up in multiple fields, including a national soci
al security school in Beijing to build the capacity of social security officers across the nation.
It is the totality of the Chinese experience over the past four decades, in rebuilding the
country in so many ways, that has become an inspiration for other countries. C
hina has been a diligent student learning from others. Today, it also has many experiences to share with the world.
at the end of the semester. “The key knowledge is clearly pinpointed, and I make notes.
When the end of the semester arrives, I read it again. It is especially helpful for my exam,” she said.
Wang, the history teacher, said the document iThe Jiangsu teachers have all been given free lodgings next to the scho
ol, so they are close to their students in class and in life. The school also provides societies where the students are fre
e to develop hobbies, such as learning piano or Tibetan calligraphy.s designed to help students study independently. The
core contents still come from the textbook, but they are listed in a more straightforward way.
“After reading it, the students gain a basic understanding of the things they need to research about the subject,” he said.
“Only when they form such a basis can they better absorb the knowledge comm
unicated during classes, instead of mechanically cramming knowledge into their heads.”