China

Pairing-up scheme propels medical care in Tibet into higher level (1)
(Xinhua) 17:04, August 17, 2022 LHASA, Aug. 17 (Xinhua) - Since 2015, hospital departments in relatively developed municipalities and provinces in China have paired up with their counterparts in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region to provide better medical services to residents on the plateau. Different from the previous individual assistance, the department pairing- up scheme has proved more efficient in raising the medical level of local hospitals.
China sees dropping production safety accidents in July (1)
(Xinhua) 17:04, August 17, 2022 BEIJING, Aug. 17 (Xinhua) - China saw improving production safety performances in July as the country has stepped up efforts to reduce workplace accidents. The country reported 1,912 production safety accidents and 1,609 related deaths in July, both registering year-on-year falls, the Ministry of Emergency Management said Wednesday. The government rolled out 15 targeted steps in April to beef up production safety across the country.
B3W: Bankrupt before even getting shovels in the ground (1)
17 August 2022 All political elites in the U.S., no matter which party they belong to, are now concentrating their firepower against China. In refusing to any give and take with its paramount Asian competitor, the U.S., which has claimed itself to be the Chosen Land of God, has resorted to whatever means at its disposal to slow down China's development.
A los 50 el Festival Internacional Cervantino de M'exico est'a m'as renovado que nunca (2)
By Berenice Bautista APAug 17, 2022 at 10:47 am Expand Mariana Aymerich, directora general del Festival Internacional Cervantino de M'exico, posa en la Ciudad de M'exico el 12 de julio de 2022, previo al festival que se celebrar'a en octubre en Guanajuato, M'exico.
Revuelo en mundo 'arabe por art'iculo sobre obesidad femenina (1)
By ISABEL DEBRE y MAGGIE HYDE Associated PressAug 17, 2022 at 2:36 pm DUB'AI, Emiratos 'Arabes Unidos - Para Enas Taleb, el titular fue como un insulto. Preguntaba "?por qu'e las mujeres son m'as obesas que los hombres en el mundo 'arabe" e iba acompa~nado de una foto de una actriz iraqu'i que saludaba al p'ublico en un festival art'istico. Advertisement El art'iculo de The Economist analiz'o una serie de posibles explicaciones
Musk envisions ties with China partners (5)
2022-08-18 08:39:53China Daily Editor : Li Yan ECNS App Download Tesla CEO's article stresses cooperation in clean energy, AI, high-tech and space Elon Musk, CEO of electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc, called for cooperation with like-minded Chinese partners in clean energy, artificial intelligence, human-machine collaboration and space to jointly create a shared future. Musk is the latest U.S.
Malaysia draws RM7.2bil in digital investments in 1H22 (1)
Wednesday, 17 Aug 2022 8:01 PM MYT Communications and Multimedia Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Communications and Multimedia (K-KOMM) through Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) has attracted more than RM7.2 billion in investments in the first half of 2022, apart from investments of RM10.94 billion recorded in 2021, bringing the total investments to RM18.14 billion.
US falls into 'isolationist mentality' by pushing Inflation Reduction Act to curb China's new-energy rise (1)
17 August 2022 US President Joe Biden is about to sign another "massive" law entitled the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA) on Tuesday, but the soon-to-be law, demonstrating Washington's desperate yet isolationist mentality, unsurprisingly has a more obvious intention of curbing China's influence in the new-energy sector, may ironically end up only inflaming its runaway inflation, further disrupt the global industrial chain, and deter achieving
Jail visitor charged with murder after passing drugs to inmate with a kiss (1)
August 17, 2022, 11:31 PM Rachal Dollard was arrested after Tennessee corrections officials said she passed a deadly amount of drugs while kissing an inmate. Recommended Stories ZacksInvestors Heavily Search Teladoc Health, Inc.
Florida Court Rules Pregnant Teen Not 'Mature' Enough to Decide on Abortion (1)
By Rita Li Rita Li Rita Li is a reporter with The Epoch Times, focusing on U.S. and China- related topics. She began writing for the Chinese-language edition in 2018. View profile Follow August 17, 2022 A Florida appeals court upheld a decision to deny a pregnant 16-year-old an abortion, as she is not "sufficiently mature" to decide whether to terminate her pregnancy. The ruling affirmed an earlier decision by Escambia County Circuit Judge