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After the traffic pol上海龙凤女神会所ice detachment of Nanning Public Security Bureau exposed the list of drunk drivers of motor vehicl

es, on January 6, the traffic police department again announced the list of drunk drivers of non-motor vehicles in 2018.

During the whole year of 2018, 389 cases of drunk driving of non-motorized vehicles were investigated and punished by Nanning traffic police,

most of them were drunk driving electric bicycle2016, an electric bicycle rear-end truck acc

dent happened near Changhong intersection of Nanning Mayor. The driver of the electric

content of electric bicycle drivers at the time of the accident was 146.1 mg/100ml, far exceeding the standard of drunk driving.

Regulations for the implementation of the Road Traffic Safety Law stipulate that driving bicycles, tricycles,

rives or drives a non-motor vehicle drunk, he shall be fined 50 yuan. Most of the lists published are concentrated in

Xixiangtang District, Qingxiu District and Jiangnan District (see the Wechat Public Number of Guangxi Rule of Law Daily for details).

Nanning Traffic Police reminds the general public: Whether driving motor vehicles or non-motor vehicles, regardless of the severity

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Security tightened 阿拉爱上海品茶微信er of personal info

Internet service p阿拉爱上海品茶微信roviders in China will be put un

der tighter scrutiny when they handle overseas transfers of personal in

formation, according to a draft regulation of the Cyberspace Administration of China.

The introduction of the regulation, tentatively called the Asse

ssment Regulation on the Security of Personal Information’s Overseas Uses, is intended to bet

ter safeguard internet users’ rights, national security, public interests and cyberspace sovereignty, the ad

ministration said in a statement on Thursday, while calling for opinions and suggestions to improve the draft.

Based on the Network Security Law, the draft requires internet service operators to conduct security screening on personal infor

mation gathered in their operations within Chinese borders. Any transfer of information that is likely to affect na

tional security, public interests or personal information security is banned by the document.

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China to remain steadfast protecting national security

China welcomes the United States’ willingness to develop a stable mi

litary-to-military relationship, but will remain steadfast in safeguarding national sove

reignty and security, a senior Chinese military official said on Saturday in Singapore.

In a keynote speech at the annual Shangri-La Dialogue on Saturday morning, acting US Defen

se Secretary Patrick Shanahan said that China and the US can still have a cooperative relati

onship. Although competition does exist between the two countries, it does not always mean conflict, he added.

Shanahan also noted some “destabilizing activities” in Asia and emphasized the US’s military

presence and commitment in the region. He called for more communication between the US and Chi

nese militaries to settle their differences and build a constructive relationship.

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These parties tend to look at trade agreements purely from

m a nationalist point of view and if a trade agreement is seen as overall beneficial for their co

untry, they could support it. For instance, Italy voted in favor of the EU agreement with Japan but again

st the agreement with Canada. The content of the agreement is key. For instance, these parties do not like clauses tha

t curtail the powers of single EU member states, such as the establishment of new regulatory or arbitration bodies.

Another uncertainty is Brexit. Whether it will happen or not? And what might change under

a new British prime minister? The new Brexit Party under Nigel Farage was the clear leader in the EP

election in the United Kingdom, but the UK’s 73 EP members have to leave the EP as soon as Brexit takes place.

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Food festivals offer visitors taste of Asiaonal Beijin

Various cultural activities, including art performances, parades and food festivals, are offering visitors a taste of the colorful cultures of Asian countries.

The events, part of Asian Civilization Week, are auxiliary activities of the Confere

nce on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations, which kicked off on Wednesday in Beijing.

The Asian Food Festival runs until Wednesday. It has received wide attention from the public, has its main venue b

etween Beijing National Stadium, commonly known as the Bird’s Nest, and the Beijing National Aquatics Center, or Water Cube.

Food-related activities are also being held in three other cities-Hangzh

ou, Chengdu and Guangzhou. Visitors can enjoy a pepper eating competition in Chengdu, or at

tend a food container exhibition in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, according to event organizers

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There is huge consumer demand for internet services in

 our country. We must encourage fair competition, and ensure that

our measures to lower internet service charges are fully delivered as they are an impo

rtant part of our efforts in improving people’s lives,” Premier Li said.Baisu Gulang, a 37-year-old horse hea

d fiddle maker, makes a horse head fiddle in Qian Golos Mongolian autonomous county of Songyuan, Nort

heast China’s Jilin province, May 15, 2019. Under his father’s influence, Baisu Gulang has an ardent love in making and playin

g horse head fiddle, a traditional musical instrument favored by Mongolian ethnic group. He started lear

ning to make horse head fiddle when he was 18 years old. In 2006, Baisu Gulang started a horse head fiddle maki

ng studio where he voluntarily teaches enthusiasts to make and play the instrument besides selling

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Shanghai hotels no longer provide disposables automatically

Hotels in Shanghai will no longer automatically provide disposable daily necessities such as toothbrush, comb and shaver f

rom July 1 as a regulation on household waste will come into effect in the city on the day, People’s Daily reported.

Around 4.8 billion guests booked into 440,000 hotels in China in 2017, as per data. More than 70 percent o

f soaps are thrown away after being used once, a survey shows. Calculated by weight, each hotel t

hrows away 2.5 kg disposable soaps every day and 440,000 hotels would throw away more than 400,000 tons

of soaps every year. If each ton of soaps costs 20,000 yuan, that would be 8 billion yuan worth of soap.

Apart from soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, comb, shampoo and bath foam are often discarded

after one-time use. It’s not only a waste of money, but also a burden for environment as many articles are non-degradable.

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As a result, it is paramount to use new technologies and

international cooperation to jointly tackle these natural disaster risks, protect ecological security and achieve sustainable development,” Bai said.

The academy will continue to collaborate with foreign partners to create new platform

s and mechanisms to improve disaster management and ecological protection, he added.

Mami Mizutori, head of the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, said in a video speech that th

e scale and reach of the world’s largest infrastructure initiative will impact billions of people and reshape the ph

ysical world, and countries should be mindful of these projects’ impact on the environment and inhabitants.

“It is encouraging that the government of China is taking proac­tive measures to ensu

re that the development of the Belt and Road Initiative is risk-informed and sustainable,” she added.

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woman receive professional yoga training in Binzhou

On a warm spring afternoon, 28-year-old Ye Xiaoxian keeps her eyes glued to her comp

uter screen as she chats with female co-workers in an office in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province.

Her concentration is only broken when a colleague offers a plate of snacks.

“I’ve already eaten a chicken drumstick, three pieces of turkey bacon, a handful of potato chips, half a bowl of white rice and som

e walnuts. My thighs will swell if I eat these snacks,” Ye said, reluctantly pushing the plate away.

Her colleague, pinching Ye lightly on the forearm, replied: “Come on, you are not fat at all. I am the elephant in the room.”

But Ye, popping a slice of pineapple into her mouth, responded, “No, I don’t e

ven feel like eating dinner tonight and I really should renew my gym membership.”

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Uber’s shares ended the day down 7.6% at $41.57, even as t

 the S&P 500 reversed losses to end in positive territory. Only about a fifth of IPOs have

ended their first day of trading in the red in the last two years, according to Dealogic data.

Uber priced its IPO on Thursday at the low end of its targeted ra

nge, hoping that approach would spare it the trading plunge suffered by Lyft.

Lyft ended down 6.9% on Friday, and is 28 percent below its IPO price.

Still, the world’s largest ride-hailing company appeared to generate m

ore interest from mom-and-pop investors than Lyft. Retail investors at TD Am

eritrade executed more trades in the first ten minutes of Uber’s debut than in Lyft’s first 2-1/2 hours.

Uber had already lowered its valuation expectations twice in the last two months to address investor concerns over its mounting losses.

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