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Those who sign up for the judicial examination in 2019 from the 5th will be banned for life.

  Beijing, June 5 (Leng Yuyang) According to the announcement of the 2019 National Unified Legal Professional Qualification Examination issued by the Ministry of Justice, online registration for the objective examination of this year’s judicial examination will be opened from today to June 20. The examination time for objective questions is August 31 and September 1 this year.

  Data Map: On September 22, 2018, the national unified legal professional qualification examination was opened. China News Service reporter An Yuan photo

  Registration for the 2019 Judicial Examination starts today.

  In May this year, the Ministry of Justice issued the announcement of the 2019 national unified legal professional qualification examination. The online registration time for the objective examination is from June 5 to June 20, and the examination time is August 31 and September 1; The online registration confirmation time for subjective examination is from September 7 to 11, and the examination time is October 13.

  In terms of registration conditions, the announcement stipulates that applicants should have a bachelor’s degree or above in law in full-time colleges and universities, a bachelor’s degree or above in illegal courses in full-time colleges and universities, and a master’s degree or above in law, and a bachelor’s degree or above in illegal courses in full-time colleges and universities, and have obtained corresponding degrees and engaged in legal work for three years.

  In addition, according to the announcement, before the implementation of the Measures for the Implementation of the National Unified Legal Vocational Qualification Examination, graduates with bachelor’s degree or above in law major in institutions of higher learning who have obtained student status (examination record) or corresponding qualifications, or graduates with bachelor’s degree or above in illegal major in institutions of higher learning and have legal professional knowledge, can sign up for the National Unified Legal Vocational Qualification Examination.

  At the same time, the announcement also made it clear that full-time undergraduate graduates (including junior college graduates) from ordinary institutions of higher learning and military academies in 2020 and recent master graduates applying for the same academic qualifications can sign up for the 2019 national unified legal professional qualification examination.

  How to take the 2019 judicial examination?

  — — Objective questions are divided into two batches of exams.

  The announcement is clear. In 2019, the national unified legal professional qualification examination will be computerized, and the objective examination will be closed-book and computerized. The subjective examination is mainly computerized. If it is really difficult for the examinees to use the computer examination, they can apply for a paper-and-pencil examination when they confirm their registration for the subjective examination. The use of minority languages to participate in the examination, the subjective examination of the implementation of paper and pencil examination.

  In terms of examination time, according to the announcement, in 2019, the objective examination of the national unified legal professional qualification examination was conducted in batches. The judicial administrative organ at the place of registration determines the examination batch of candidates according to the number of seats in each examination area and the number of applicants, which is divided into two batches on August 31st and September 1st, and the candidates take one of the batch examinations. In addition, the subjective test time is October 13th.

  In terms of proposition, the national unified legal professional qualification examination implements the national unified proposition. The "2019 National Unified Legal Professional Qualification Examination Outline" formulated and published by the Ministry of Justice is the basis for the proposition.

  Specifically, this year’s judicial examination objective test has two volumes. It is divided into test paper 1 and test paper 2. Each test paper has 100 questions, with a score of 150 points, including 50 single-choice questions, 1 point for each question, 50 multiple-choice questions and indefinite multiple-choice questions, with 2 points for each question. The total score of the two test papers is 300 points.

  Among them, the first objective test paper will examine Socialism with Chinese characteristics’s theory of rule of law, jurisprudence, constitution, China’s legal history, international law, judicial system and legal professional ethics, criminal law, criminal procedure law, administrative law and administrative procedure law; The examination contents of the second paper include civil law, intellectual property law, commercial law, economic law, environmental resources law, labor and social security law, private international law, international economic law and civil procedure law (including arbitration system).

  The subjective examination is a volume, including case analysis questions, legal document questions, essay questions and other questions, with a score of 180. Specific examination subjects are: Socialism with Chinese characteristics’s theory of rule of law, jurisprudence, constitution, criminal law, criminal procedure law, civil law, commercial law, civil procedure law (including arbitration system), administrative law and administrative procedure law, judicial system and legal professional ethics.

  Data Map: On September 22, 2018, the national unified legal professional qualification examination was opened. China News Service reporter An Yuan photo

  Strict examination discipline

  — — Substitutes will be banned for life.

  In terms of examination discipline, according to the "Measures for Handling Disciplinary Actions in the National Unified Legal Professional Qualification Examination" promulgated by the Ministry of Justice in September 2018, if serious cheating behaviors such as organizing cheating, illegally obtaining test questions, and taking exams are implemented, their test scores in that year will be invalid and they will not be allowed to apply again for the exam for life.

  Specifically, the registration of people who do not have the conditions for examination registration by concealing personal information or false promises is invalid; Those who fraudulently apply for registration by providing forged or altered academic degree certificates and certificates, legal work experience, identity and household registration information, or obtain registration qualifications by bribery, coercion or other improper means may not apply for registration again within 2 years.

  In addition, after the exam begins, candidates are found to be carrying equipment with the function of sending or receiving information, plagiarizing, viewing and eavesdropping on the text, audio-visual materials related to the exam content illegally brought into the examination room, transmitting the answer information by means of discussion, gesture, etc., plagiarizing other people’s answers or agreeing or assisting others to plagiarize answers. Their exam results in that year are invalid and they may not apply for the exam again within 2 years.

  For candidates who have serious cheating, the handling method is clear, and their test scores in that year are invalid and they cannot apply again for life.

  These acts include: forging, altering or stealing other people’s resident identity cards, household registration books, admission tickets and other supporting materials to take the exam; Invading the computerized examination system illegally or illegally obtaining, deleting, modifying or adding the data of the examination information system; Organizing cheating, or providing cheating equipment, programs or other help for others to organize cheating; Illegally obtaining test questions and answers or illegally selling or providing test questions and answers to others; Take the exam instead of others or let others take the exam instead of themselves.

How to balance the traditional folk custom of banning fireworks and firecrackers with environmental protection

  During the Spring Festival holiday this year, Wang Hui, who lives in Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, finally slept for a few days.

  "In the past, during the Chinese New Year, from the night of the New Year’s Eve to the morning of the first day, firecrackers would keep ringing, either unable to sleep or awakened. I feel much quieter this year. " Wang Hui said.

  In recent years, the management of setting off fireworks and firecrackers has become more and more strict, and many places have made special legislation to ban fireworks and firecrackers, and Harbin is one of them. The Decision of the Standing Committee of Harbin Municipal People’s Congress on Prohibiting Fireworks and Firecrackers stipulates that those who set off fireworks and firecrackers in areas where fireworks and firecrackers are prohibited shall be fined in 500 yuan.

  "This kind of regulation is very timely and useful. I have personal experience." Wang Huixiao said.

  Hu Jing, a professor at the Institute of Environmental Resources Law of China University of Political Science and Law, said in an interview with the reporter of Legal Daily recently that setting off fireworks and firecrackers during the Spring Festival is a traditional folk custom in China, but it does bring problems such as disturbing people, environmental pollution and safety, and it is not advisable to completely ban and let it go.

  "It is suggested that all localities legislate according to local conditions to achieve a balance between environmental protection and respect for folk customs. It should be emphasized that when punishing illegal acts, education and fines should be the main ones, and administrative detention should be used with caution to restrict personal freedom. " Hu Jing said.

  More than 400 cities have legislated to ban it.

  As in 2018, the "No Fireworks and Firecrackers" reminder message of Beijing Municipal Party Committee and Municipal Government arrived as scheduled before the Spring Festival. On February 3, 2019, the Beijing Municipal Party Committee and the Municipal Government sent a text message to remind the public: Please consciously abide by the prohibition regulations and do not set off fireworks and firecrackers within the Fifth Ring Road and other prohibited areas.

  Two years ago, the SMS reminders of the Beijing Municipal Party Committee and Municipal Government were still "restricted". On January 25, 2017, the Beijing Municipal Party Committee and the Municipal Government sent a text message to remind them that fireworks and firecrackers can be set off from New Year’s Eve to the first day of the Fifth Ring Road, and from 7: 00 to 24: 00 from the second day to the fifteenth day, and the rest of the time is forbidden.

  In 2005, the Standing Committee of the Beijing Municipal People’s Congress passed the Regulations on the Safety Management of Fireworks and Firecrackers in Beijing, which divided Beijing into forbidden zones, restricted zones and permitted zones for classified control, and allowed limited discharge of fireworks and firecrackers during the Spring Festival. In December 2017, the Standing Committee of the Beijing Municipal People’s Congress revised this regulation, clearly stipulating that the area within the Fifth Ring Road (including the Fifth Ring Road) in Beijing is an area where fireworks and firecrackers are prohibited.

  For the management of setting off fireworks and firecrackers, Harbin City, Heilongjiang Province also experienced "from restriction to prohibition".

  Since 1994, Harbin has experienced several legislative processes such as the prohibition and restriction of fireworks and firecrackers. In recent years, suggestions on banning fireworks and firecrackers have frequently appeared at the two sessions in Harbin. For example, Li Jihong, a representative of Harbin Municipal People’s Congress, thinks that setting off fireworks and firecrackers has some disadvantages, such as potential safety accidents, environmental pollution and waste of resources, and suggests that it be prohibited by legislation.

  Since December 1, 2018, the Decision of the Standing Committee of Harbin Municipal People’s Congress on Prohibiting Fireworks and Firecrackers has been implemented, which clearly stipulates the areas where fireworks and firecrackers are prohibited and the punishment measures for illegal acts.

  In terms of legislation prohibiting fireworks and firecrackers, there are many cities that are "one step at a time" except Beijing and Harbin, which are "restricted to prohibition". The data shows that at present, more than 400 cities across the country have explicitly banned fireworks and firecrackers through local legislation.

  There is no need to ban it across the board.

  "Setting off fireworks and firecrackers can set off the atmosphere, arouse traditional memories and have cultural value. But at the same time, air pollution, disturbing people and other issues can not be ignored. In fact, the management of setting off fireworks and firecrackers has gone through several times ‘ Prohibition, release and prohibition ’ With the emphasis on air quality in recent years, the policy of prohibiting discharge has returned again. " Yan Xinhui, an associate professor at Shanghai University of Political Science and Law, said.

  In December 2003, Qingdao, Shandong Province took the lead in revising the original policy of "banning fireworks and firecrackers", clearly stipulating that fireworks and firecrackers can be set off during the Spring Festival. In 2004, Beijing changed the "ban" to "limit". By the end of 2006, more than 200 cities across the country had implemented the "ban on fireworks and firecrackers".

  As Zhai Xinhui said, behind the repeated prohibition of fireworks and firecrackers is a contest between traditional folk customs and air quality.

  On the one hand, people regard setting off fireworks and firecrackers as a part of the custom of the Spring Festival, and together with Spring Festival couplets, New Year pictures and other elements, they form a strong atmosphere of the Spring Festival.

  On the other hand, setting off fireworks and firecrackers is regarded as an "accomplice" to aggravate air pollution. According to the monitoring data of the Department of Ecology and Environment of Henan Province, the air quality in Henan Province deteriorated sharply from 18: 00 on February 4 (New Year’s Eve) to 10: 00 on February 5 (Spring Festival), and the average concentrations of PM10 and PM2.5 increased by 34 μ g/m3 and 12 μ g/m3 respectively compared with the Spring Festival in 2018.

  It is worth noting that the prohibition of fireworks and firecrackers in many places is no longer a simple policy return, but a clear way through local legislation.

  Hu Jing believes that it is not necessary to ban fireworks and firecrackers across the board, and the practice of "limiting the time and area of fireworks and firecrackers" can be adopted. Judging from the regulations prohibiting the discharge of fireworks and firecrackers in various places, there are many ways to restrict the discharge of fireworks and firecrackers, and there are fewer comprehensive bans.

  Li Jianwei, a professor at China University of Political Science and Law, also believes that we should listen to public opinions to the greatest extent on the basis of fully respecting folk customs, and protect folk customs as much as possible, and allow fireworks and firecrackers to be set off in limited time areas. We can’t make a "one size fits all" ban, but we should adopt a step-by-step and step-by-step model to gradually change the public customs.

  "The prohibition of setting off firecrackers has an effect on reducing or alleviating pollution to a certain extent, but for the Chinese nation with a long culture of thousands of years, setting off fireworks and firecrackers during the Spring Festival itself is an important traditional custom. Therefore, the key to legislation is to grasp the balance point. For example, for areas with serious pollution and many people who are prone to traffic accidents, it is possible to prohibit discharge, or to designate special areas for discharge, and to use pollution-free and safe electronic firecrackers to a certain extent. " Ouyang Aihui, an associate professor at the School of Economics, Management and Law, University of South China, said.

  Legislation should listen to the voice of the people.

  Li Chao, who is doing business in Handan City, Hebei Province, used to set off firecrackers at the door to "welcome the god of wealth" when he opened the door on the fifth day.

  "I heard that the punishment has been increased this year. Some people have been administratively detained for setting off fireworks and firecrackers. Pictures and videos have spread in the WeChat group and dare not let them go." Li Chao said.

  On the first day of the fireworks ban, Shenyang police investigated and dealt with 66 illegal fireworks and firecrackers according to law; Since the Spring Festival, the public security organs in Weifang City, Shandong Province have investigated and dealt with 875 cases of illegal fireworks and firecrackers with 890 people … … After searching for "setting off fireworks and firecrackers" on the Internet, the reporter found that there were countless news reports that were punished for illegally setting off fireworks and firecrackers.

  In recent years, more and more cities have joined the army of legislating against fireworks and firecrackers. Hu Jing believes that in the process of legislation and law enforcement, the punishment for illegal discharge of fireworks and firecrackers should be treated according to the situation and need not be too severe.

  "Those who make corrections after dissuasion shall be exempted from punishment. If they do not listen to dissuasion and continue to set off fireworks and firecrackers, they may be punished. In terms of punishment methods, education and fines should be the mainstay. Unless the circumstances are particularly bad, it is not recommended to impose administrative detention. " Hu Jing said.

  Experts believe that when changing customs through legislation, public opinions must be widely solicited, and scientific and democratic legislation must be achieved.

  "The regulation of traditions and habits should follow the principles of democracy and the rule of law. On the one hand, fully consult the opinions of local residents. On the other hand, the introduction of various bans must follow the principle of the rule of law and avoid ultra vires. Special attention should be paid to avoiding simple and rude law enforcement. It can be considered to ban by region and time, and more publicity and explanation work should be done. " Yan Xinhui said.

  Ouyang Aihui believes that local legislation to control excessive firecrackers during the Spring Festival is in line with the needs of building a China ruled by law. But this kind of legislation must conform to the basic principles of administrative law, namely, administration according to law and reasonable administration.

  "Before legislation, we should attract public participation, listen to people’s voices, and reflect the democratic and scientific nature of legislation, instead of simply doing it overnight. In legislation, the prohibition of firecrackers should be based on legitimate considerations, and the prohibition provisions must be fair, moderate, reasonable and feasible. For those who do not need to ban discharge or do not need to ban discharge completely, there is no need to impose excessive restrictions. Otherwise, it will not only fail to achieve the corresponding effect, but also be vulnerable to public resistance, and it will also be a huge waste of administrative law enforcement resources. " Ouyang Aihui said.

  □ Legal Network reporter Pu Xiaolei

How far are you from heatstroke in the collective sauna mode of Shanghainese today?

Shanghai Central Meteorological Observatory issued a yellow warning signal of high temperature at 08: 20 on July 8, 2022: Due to the influence of subtropical high, the temperature in this city is rising rapidly at present. It is estimated that the highest temperature in this city will exceed 35℃ today. Please do a good job in heatstroke prevention and cooling.

Current temperature

High temperature warning

—— Pay attention to heatstroke during the hot summer—

"Mid-summer"

Heatstroke is the thermal damage of the body caused by the accumulation of heat in the body when the individual exposed to the high temperature and high humidity environment (or the environment temperature is not high but there are heat dissipation obstacles) produces more heat than heat dissipation. The heat dissipation modes of the machine body include conduction, convection, radiation and evaporation. When the way of heat production and heat dissipation is balanced, the body temperature can be kept normal and stable; When heat production is greater than heat dissipation, the accumulation of heat in the body leads to the increase of core temperature and excessive sweat loss, which can lead to heatstroke. Core temperature change = body heat generation-(conduction heat dissipation+radiation heat dissipation+convection heat dissipation+evaporation heat dissipation) What kind of heat dissipation form the human body takes mainly depends on environmental conditions. Conduction, radiation and convection require a temperature difference between the skin and the environment. When the ambient temperature approaches or exceeds the skin temperature, evaporation is the only way to dissipate heat, and the amount of sweating increases obviously, which is prone to heatstroke. High humidity environment affects sweat evaporation and heat dissipation, which is also one of the reasons for heat accumulation in the body. When all four heat dissipation methods are affected, heatstroke is easy to occur.

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Dear teammates, do you know anything about heatstroke?

Heatstroke is usually divided into premonitory heatstroke, mild heatstroke and severe heatstroke, among which severe heatstroke can be divided into heat spasm, heat exhaustion and heatstroke.

According to the diagnostic criteria of heatstroke, it was graded from three aspects: core temperature, consciousness change and clinical manifestations.

Mild heatstroke: that is, threatened heatstroke in the previous definition. Only the above symptoms of heatstroke, normal or slightly increased core temperature (< 38℃), no new disturbance of consciousness, no organ damage.

Moderate heatstroke: heat exhaustion. There is decompensation of organ dysfunction, and it can not meet the diagnostic criteria of heat stroke. It is often characterized by manifestations of insufficient blood volume, such as cold and wet skin, pale face, obviously increased heart rate, decreased blood pressure, oliguria, etc. You may have syncope, but you will regain consciousness within a few minutes without obvious neurological damage (GCS score = 15). Core body temperature increased (≥38℃, < 40℃).

Severe heatstroke: that is, heatstroke. After exposure to high temperature (high humidity) environment and/or strenuous exercise for a certain period of time, any of the following clinical manifestations appears, which cannot be explained by other reasons: ① central nervous system damage (such as coma, general convulsion, delirium, abnormal behavior, etc., GCS score ≤ 14); ② Core temperature ≥ 40℃; (3) multiple organ (≥2) dysfunction (liver, kidney, rhabdomyosis, gastrointestinal, circulatory and respiratory dysfunction, etc.); ④ Severe coagulation dysfunction or disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC).

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How should we deal with heatstroke?

1. Immediately terminate the training;

2. Move to a ventilated and cool place to rest;

3. Help heatstroke comrades to take off their equipment and coats, fan and sprinkle water for him to promote heat dissipation;

4. Drink 500-1000ml; of light salt water;

5. In the wild, you can use the surrounding trees and terrain to shade the sun, use your own kettle to get water, and even help your teammates immerse themselves in the water to cool down (avoid immersing your head in the water to avoid respiratory obstruction);

6. When the symptoms of heatstroke are still not improved after rest and drinking water, you should immediately ask the health personnel for help.

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How to effectively prevent heatstroke in summer training?

Before training: half an hour before training, 200 -500ml; of boiled water or mineral water can be taken orally;

Training: In case of high temperature weather, sweating more, thirst, less urine and dark urine, light salt water should be replenished in time. Especially when there is weakness, numbness of hands and feet, dizziness, muscle spasm of limbs, etc., normal saline should be added immediately, or water and pickles should be added;

After training: add brackish water, pickles and slightly salty soup in time.

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"Hot acclimatization" training, find out.

Thermal acclimatization is a special training to adapt to high temperature and high humidity environment based on physical training, which should be carried out every year before entering summer (mid-April), especially when the local temperature suddenly rises.

The temperature of thermal acclimation environment should be higher than 30℃. If the temperature is not enough, local high temperature environment can be created by increasing clothes. Thermal acclimatization requires continuous training for 10-15 days, 1.5-2 hours a day, and the exercise time can be reached in several times, but each time it should not be less than 50 minutes.

Training can be carried out through various forms of aerobic exercise, such as long-distance running, basketball, football and other ball games, with or without load training, etc. Training must reach a certain intensity, such as heart rate reaching 130-150 beats/min, sweating, etc.

After heat acclimatization training, the body’s body temperature regulation and organ protection ability can be greatly enhanced.

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Choose a scientific and reasonable training opportunity

Personal factors: Know your physical condition before training and do what you can. Especially for those who are not systematic in early training, have fever, diarrhea, stay up late, etc., we must scientifically allocate physical fitness and make a reasonable plan.

Environmental factors: evaluate the environment before training. The meteorological threshold of heatstroke is daily average temperature > 30℃ or relative humidity > 73%. When the conditions of temperature and humidity coexist or one of them increases obviously, the incidence of heatstroke increases. When the daily maximum temperature is ≥37℃, the number of people suffering from heatstroke increases sharply.

Training factors: When the environment is hot and humid, when the probability of heatstroke increases, the training intensity should be adjusted reasonably, and comfortable and breathable clothes should be worn during training, and the rest time should be arranged reasonably before and after training. When arranging training, we should pay attention to strengthening medical support, carrying heatstroke prevention and cooling drugs, oral rehydration salts, commonly used injections and drugs, and carrying ice packs, thermometers and pulse oximeters for monitoring.

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Tips of "Cool" for heatstroke prevention and cooling in summer.

Heatstroke is very common in the training of fire fighting in summer. It looks like a minor illness, but it also hides a big hidden danger. You must not take it lightly. In addition to the series of related knowledge mentioned above, I have a little hint:

Teammates can’t simply drink a lot of mineral water or pure water after training, so they must pay attention to the supplement of electrolytes.

Because a lot of sweating will cause a lot of electrolyte loss, simple hydration will cause low potassium and sodium, which will cause weakness, numbness of hands and feet, and in severe cases, heat spasm, coma, and even cardiac arrest, so timely supplementation of light salt water is the best choice.

Original title: "Today’s Shanghainese collective" sauna "mode, how far are you from heatstroke? 》

It is planned to broaden the channels for using insurance funds: stocks, funds, real estate, etc.


  Perspective on the amendment of insurance law: broadening the channels for the use of insurance funds


  Xinhuanet Beijing, August 25th (Reporter Mao Xiaomei, Wu Jingjing) China’s current insurance law stipulates that the use of insurance funds is relatively narrow. However, in recent years, with the increasing scale of the insurance market, the rapid accumulation of insurance funds has become a bottleneck for the development of the insurance industry because of the narrow channels of application and the difficulty of maintaining and increasing value.


  Wu Dingfu, chairman of the China Insurance Regulatory Commission, explained the revised draft of the Insurance Law at the fourth meeting of the 11th the National People’s Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC) on 25th, saying that the revised draft appropriately broadened the channels for the use of insurance funds, considering that the use of insurance funds should not only meet the needs of industry and economic development, but also take into account the principles of safety and stability. For example, the "buying and selling government bonds and financial bonds" stipulated in the current insurance law is revised to "buying and selling bonds, stocks, securities investment funds and other securities"; It is added that insurance funds can be invested in real estate.


  In order to prevent risks in the use of insurance funds, the revised draft also authorizes the State Council insurance regulatory agencies to formulate management measures for the use of insurance funds in the form of authorization clauses, including stipulating the specific proportion of funds invested by insurance companies in a specific project to their total funds.


  In fact, the investment of insurance funds in stocks and funds has already been broken through in practice. In recent years, according to the decision of the State Council and the actual needs of the development of the insurance industry, the China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC) combined with the provisions of the current insurance law "other forms of capital utilization stipulated by the State Council", A series of regulations and normative documents, such as Interim Measures for the Administration of Insurance Companies Investing in Securities Investment Funds, Interim Measures for the Administration of Insurance Companies Investing in Corporate Bonds, Interim Provisions for the Administration of Insurance Asset Management Companies, Interim Measures for the Administration of Overseas Use of Insurance Foreign Exchange Funds, and Interim Measures for the Administration of Stock Investment of Insurance Institutional Investors, have been issued successively. While broadening the channels for the utilization of insurance funds and trying to innovate the organizational form of fund utilization, they have achieved a good balance between safety and efficiency and effectively prevented the risk of fund utilization. At present, insurance companies have become one of the most important institutional investors in the domestic capital market.


  "The revised draft of the Insurance Law is the new investment channel approved by the State Council in recent years." Yang Huabai, director of the regulatory department of the China Insurance Regulatory Commission, told reporters.


  As for the insurance law’s plan to "open the gate" for the first time to invest in real estate with insurance funds, the relevant person of the China Insurance Regulatory Commission said that the scale of real estate investment is large and the term is long, which is more in line with the characteristics of insurance funds pursuing long-term, valuable and steady investment. Opening this channel can give play to the capital financing function of insurance, support the national economic construction, optimize the insurance asset structure and cultivate a new profit model for the insurance industry. In practice, some insurance companies have tried to invest in developing commercial real estate.


  Yang Huabai said that for the regulatory authorities, the implementation of any new investment policy must be based on effective prevention and control of risks. "Once the law allows investment in real estate, the CIRC will first limit the proportion of this investment in the company’s total funds in the future and formulate a specific method for real estate investment." Because the insurance industry’s investment in real estate is still unfamiliar and lacks professional experience, it is necessary to adhere to the system first and advance steadily.


  According to the announcement, there are more than 100 Chinese and foreign insurance companies in China, and the total assets of the insurance industry are about 3 trillion yuan. In 2007, the balance of insurance funds in China reached 2.7 trillion yuan, which was 10.5 times that of 2000.


  It is understood that in recent years, emerging insurance organizations such as cooperative insurance institutions and mutual insurance institutions have appeared in the insurance market. This revised draft adds provisions that insurance organizations in the form of mutual system and cooperative system shall be stipulated separately by laws and administrative regulations, and the provisions of this law shall apply to their insurance business activities. Thereby giving legal status to insurance organizations such as mutual system and cooperative system.


  It is also known that the quality of insurance companies directly relates to the interests of the vast number of policyholders, insured and beneficiaries. In order to improve the quality of insurance companies, in this revision, the insurance law intends to make stricter provisions on the conditions for the establishment of insurance companies, and will clearly state the qualifications of company executives.


  The revision of insurance law intends to improve the management of insurance intermediaries.


  Xinhuanet Beijing, August 25th (Reporter Wu Jingjing, Mao Xiaomei) With the development of the insurance market, some new types of insurance intermediary service institutions have emerged in China, such as insurance assessment institutions, which need to be regulated by law. The revised draft of the Insurance Law, which was deliberated at the fourth session of the 11th the National People’s Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC) on 25th, further improved the management of insurance intermediaries.


  When explaining the revised draft, Wu Dingfu, chairman of the China Insurance Regulatory Commission, said that the provisions of the current insurance law on insurance intermediaries are relatively simple, and there are some gaps in both the subject and the code of conduct.


  According to reports, the revised draft clarifies that part-time insurance agency is an important form of insurance agency to solve the problem of unclear legal status of part-time insurance agency; It is clear that insurance assessment institutions are insurance intermediaries, and the registered capital, employees and business rules of their business scope are stipulated; Considering the characteristics of individual insurance agents, the revised draft deletes the provisions in the current insurance law that individual insurance agents should obtain insurance agency business licenses, handle industrial and commercial registration, obtain business licenses, deposit deposits or take out professional liability insurance, and only stipulates that individual insurance agents should meet the qualifications stipulated by the State Council insurance regulatory authorities and obtain qualification certificates; The legitimate business activities of individual insurance agents shall not be investigated and dealt with without a license.


  China revises insurance law to crack down on insurance violations


  Xinhuanet Beijing, August 25th (Reporter Wu Jingjing, Mao Xiaomei) China’s current insurance law is not perfect in terms of penalties for insurance violations, and there is a lack of penalties for some illegal acts, which makes illegal acts unable to get due sanctions. The revised draft of the Insurance Law, which was reviewed at the fourth session of the 11th the National People’s Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC) on 25th, further clarified the legal responsibilities and cracked down on insurance violations.


  Wu Dingfu, chairman of the China Insurance Regulatory Commission, said that with the continuous development of the insurance market, on the one hand, it is necessary to provide corresponding penalties for some new insurance violations, and on the other hand, it is necessary to improve the penalties in the existing insurance law.


  The revised draft of the insurance law has increased the punishment for new illegal acts. New illegal acts mainly include illegal appointment of directors, supervisors and senior managers; Insurance companies and their staff make false claims by means of fictitious contracts to defraud insurance money or other illegitimate interests; Lease, lend, alter or transfer the business license; Insurance companies and their staff engage in related party transactions in violation of regulations, fail to disclose information in accordance with regulations, fabricate and spread false facts, etc., which damage the business reputation of competitors and disrupt the order of the insurance market; Insurance companies and their staff misappropriate and occupy insurance premiums and use insurance intermediaries to engage in illegal acts; Insurance intermediaries conceal important information related to insurance contracts, force, induce or restrict the insured to conclude insurance contracts by improper means, and fail to pay insurance money or take out professional liability insurance in accordance with regulations; Foreign insurance institutions set up representative offices in China without approval to engage in insurance business.


  The revised draft also increases the accountability of those responsible for illegal acts, and stipulates that insurance companies, insurance asset management companies and insurance intermediaries engage in illegal activities. In addition to punishing illegal institutions, insurance regulators can also take measures such as canceling their qualifications and implementing market bans for their directly responsible directors, supervisors and senior managers. Insurance salesmen, personal agents and employees of insurance intermediaries who violate the law can be warned, fined, their qualification certificates revoked and banned from the market.


  In view of the actual situation of various economic sectors investing in the insurance industry, in order to prevent investors from using insurance companies as financing tools, the revised draft draws lessons from the legislation of other countries and regions, and stipulates that if an insurance company’s assets are insufficient to pay off its debts due to its illegal operation, its directors, supervisors, general manager and deputy general manager responsible for deciding the business shall be jointly and severally liable to the company’s creditors.


  On the basis of the current insurance law, the revised draft increases the restrictions on the administrative behavior of insurance supervisors, and stipulates the corresponding legal responsibilities for the illegal acts of supervisors in approving institutions, approving insurance clauses and rates, conducting on-site inspections and taking compulsory measures.


  China revises insurance law and strengthens self-discipline management of insurance industry.


  Xinhua News Agency, Beijing, August 25th (Reporter Wu Jingjing, Mao Xiaomei) A chapter "Insurance Industry Association" was added to the revised draft of the Insurance Law, which was deliberated at the fourth session of the 11th the National People’s Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC) on August 25th, and the legal status and main responsibilities of insurance industry associations were stipulated.


  "In order to promote the transformation of government management functions, improve insurance supervision methods and make effective use of supervision resources, we should give full play to the role of insurance industry associations as a self-regulatory organization." Wu Dingfu, chairman of China Insurance Regulatory Commission, said. The revised draft stipulates that the insurance industry association is a self-regulatory organization of the insurance industry and a social group legal person. An insurance company shall join an insurance industry association. Insurance agents, insurance brokers and insurance assessment institutions may join insurance industry associations.


  The revised draft also stipulates the responsibilities that insurance industry associations should perform, including safeguarding the legitimate rights and interests of members in accordance with the law and reflecting the suggestions and requirements of members to insurance supervision and management institutions; To mediate disputes between members, members and policyholders, insured and beneficiaries; Members who violate the articles of association of the insurance industry association and the self-discipline rules of the industry shall be given disciplinary sanctions in accordance with the regulations. (End)


  The amendment of insurance law intends to improve the market exit mechanism of insurance companies


  Xinhuanet Beijing, August 25th (Reporter Wu Jingjing, Mao Xiaomei) The revised draft of the Insurance Law, which was deliberated at the fourth session of the 11th the National People’s Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC) on the 25th, further improved the market withdrawal mechanism of insurance companies.


  The current insurance law has made some provisions on the cancellation and bankruptcy of insurance companies. In order to maintain the order of the insurance market and public interests, the revised draft, on the basis of the existing provisions, adds provisions that insurance companies have illegal operations, poor management or solvency lower than the standards set by the State Council insurance regulatory agencies. If the insurance company is not revoked, it will seriously endanger the order of the insurance market and damage the public interests. The insurance regulatory agency of the State Council will revoke it and organize a liquidation team in time to conduct liquidation according to law.


  According to the relevant provisions of the Enterprise Bankruptcy Law, the revised draft also provides for special matters concerning the bankruptcy of insurance companies, mainly including: stipulating that the State Council insurance regulatory agencies can apply to the people’s court for reorganization or bankruptcy liquidation of insurance companies; The order of debt settlement in bankruptcy liquidation of insurance companies is further clarified.

Editor: Meng Xu

In 2018, the total number of passenger cars in Beijing will be reduced to 100,000, and the proportion will be tilted towards individuals.

  On December 15th, the Beijing Municipal Commission of Communications released the total number and allocation ratio of passenger cars in Beijing in 2018, and announced the revision of the 2017 edition of the Interim Provisions on the Regulation of the Number of Passenger Cars in Beijing. In 2018, the total number of passenger car indicators decreased from 150,000 to 100,000, of which the new energy indicators remained unchanged at 60,000, and the general indicators were reduced from 90,000 to 40,000. Although the index has been reduced, it will be greatly tilted towards individuals, and the number of individual ordinary car indexes will become 38 thousand. The number of new energy indicators will exceed that of ordinary vehicles for the first time. According to the relevant person in charge of the Municipal Transportation Commission, Beijing must control the total development of passenger cars due to environmental and road resource constraints. While controlling the number of passenger cars, Beijing will make great efforts to accelerate the construction and development of rail transit and continuously increase the supply of public transport infrastructure.

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  Individual ordinary car index reduced to 38,000

  Beijing Youth Daily reporter learned from Beijing Municipal Transportation Commission that on December 15, 2017, the newly revised Interim Provisions on the Regulation of the Number of Passenger Cars in Beijing and the Notice on the Total Quantity and Allocation Ratio of Passenger Cars in 2018 were announced to the public on the website of Beijing Passenger Car Index Regulation Management Information System, and the Interim Provisions will be implemented on January 15, 2018.

  According to the relevant person in charge of the Municipal Transportation Commission, in order to implement the goal of "the number of motor vehicles in the city should be controlled within 6.3 million by the end of 2020" in the Traffic Development and Construction Plan of Beijing during the Thirteenth Five-Year Plan and the Work Plan for the Implementation of the Beijing Urban Master Plan (2017-2020), the Notice clarifies that the total number of passenger car allocation indicators will be reduced from 150,000 to 100,000 in 2018.

  In 2018, the quotas of general indicators and new energy indicators will be further tilted towards individuals, and the proportion of individual general indicators will increase from 92% in 2017 to 95%, which is 38,000.

  The index of new energy vehicles exceeds that of ordinary vehicles for the first time.

  In 2015, 2016 and 2017, the total number of new passenger cars in Beijing each year was 150,000. Among them, the number of new energy indicators increased from 30,000 in 2015 to 60,000 in 2016 and 2017. With the increase in the proportion of new energy vehicles, the number of indicators of ordinary vehicles has decreased, and the difficulty of winning the lottery has hit record highs.

  In 2018, the new energy indicators will remain unchanged at 60,000, the proportion of individual new energy indicators will increase from 85% to 90% (54,000), and the unit indicators and operating indicators will each account for 5% of the annual quota (3,000 each). This is also the first time that the personal new energy index has exceeded the personal ordinary car index.

  The reporter of Beiqing Daily learned that according to the detailed rules for the implementation of the Interim Provisions on the Regulation of the Number of Passenger Cars in Beijing (revised in 2013), the city has implemented a system of quantity regulation and quota management for passenger cars. The specific growth quantity and regulation ratio are determined by the demand situation of passenger cars, road traffic and environmental carrying capacity. In fact, according to the data of the Municipal Traffic Management Bureau, as of November 2017, the number of motor vehicles in the city has reached 5.9 million, which is close to the carrying capacity of traffic and environment.

  The allocation ratio is constantly tilting towards individuals.

  At present, the index applications of individuals and units in Beijing are all in the same pool, but in the past two years, the proportion is constantly tilting towards individuals.

  In 2015, the quota of passenger cars in Beijing was 150,000, including 120,000 ordinary indicators and 30,000 demonstration and application new energy indicators. Among them, the individual quota accounts for 88% of the annual quota, the unit quota accounts for 6% of the annual quota, and the operating passenger car quota accounts for 6% of the annual quota. In 2016, the quota of individual indicators accounted for 90% of the annual quota. In 2017, the quota of individual indicators accounted for 92% of the annual quota. In 2018, the data increased to 95%.

  The validity of indicators is automatically extended to one year.

  At present, the index is valid for 6 months. However, due to various reasons such as the purchase of new cars and the late signing of the index, many citizens report that the index is too short. In the future, the validity period of the index will be adjusted to one year to facilitate the citizens to go through the formalities. According to reports, the extension of the validity period is not only for the newly added configuration indicators, but also for the time limit for applying for updating indicators after the vehicle is transferred out or scrapped and the time limit for buying a car after obtaining the updated indicators. Citizens have a year to make a choice after they get the ordinary index or wait for the new energy index. Citizens who update their vehicles have two years to choose from eliminating the previous car to buying a new one. Indicators that have been held before the official implementation of the new interim provisions and are still within the validity period will be automatically extended.

  Four types of situations will not update the indicators.

  The reporter of Beiqing Daily learned that in this new policy, there are four situations in which the indicators are not updated: (1) Reaching the service life (among them, small and micro non-operating passenger cars have no service life limit. The service life of small, micro, medium and large rental passenger cars is 8 years, 10 years and 12 years respectively, and the rental passenger car is 15 years); (2) After repair and adjustment, it still does not meet the relevant requirements of the national standards for motor vehicle safety technology for in-use vehicles; (3) After being repaired and adjusted or adopting control technology, the pollutants or noise discharged into the atmosphere still do not meet the relevant requirements of the national standards for in-use vehicles; (4) Failing to obtain the motor vehicle inspection conformity mark within three consecutive motor vehicle inspection cycles after the expiration of the inspection validity period.

  For ordinary citizens, if they fail to obtain the motor vehicle inspection conformity mark within three consecutive motor vehicle inspection cycles after the expiration of the inspection validity period, the indicators will not be updated.

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  Why is the index of ordinary cars reduced?

  Since Beijing implemented the policy of controlling the number of passenger cars in 2011, the number of passenger cars has increased reasonably and orderly. From January 2011 to the end of November 2017, the number of passenger cars in this city increased by 954,000, and the annual growth rate dropped from 24.3% in 2010 to 2.4%. In the same period, the resident population increased from 19.612 million in 2010 to 22 million in 2017, with an estimated increase of 2.38 million. The traffic index dropped from 6.1 in 2010 to about 5.6 in 2017, and the congestion situation not only did not deteriorate, but also improved.

  At the same time, the index control policy has also promoted the demonstration application of new energy vehicles and promoted the optimization of vehicle energy structure in this city. At present, the city has registered more than 137,800 pure electric passenger cars, ranking first in the country.

  Judging from the current development situation, although the disorderly and rapid growth of passenger cars has been effectively curbed, the continuous growth of motor vehicles still poses great pressure on air quality, traffic operation and urban space.

  On the atmospheric side, with the pollution control of industrial production, coal burning and dust in this city, the proportion of motor vehicle emission pollution in local pollution sources is prominent, becoming the biggest "contributor" of PM2.5

  In terms of traffic operation, from 2010 to 2016, the city’s total highway mileage increased by 0.66% and urban roads by 0.17% annually, while motor vehicles increased by 3.23% annually during the same period, which was much higher than the growth rate of road construction mileage. The carrying capacity of urban road network is still fragile.

  In terms of urban space, the contradiction between supply and demand between the number of motor vehicles and parking spaces is still outstanding. Judging from the distribution of passenger cars, the number of cars between the Second and Third Ring Roads is about 5,500/km2, which is obviously higher than that between the Fifth and Sixth Ring Roads, which is about 700/km2, showing a high-density gathering trend, while the parking contradiction between the old residential area in the central city and the bungalow hutong area is the most prominent, and it is the most difficult to tap the potential. Therefore, it is necessary to take the bearing capacity as a binding condition to further slow down the growth of motor vehicles.

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  How to calculate the validity period of indicators?

  Q: Which indicators can be extended?

  A: In August, October and December, 2017, the passenger car configuration indicators obtained by lottery and waiting were extended for 6 months on the original basis.

  If you haven’t applied for updating the index after selling or scrapping the Beijing brand minibus from July 15, 2017 to January 14, 2018, the time limit for applying for updating the index will also be extended by six months on the original basis.

  After the vehicle was stolen and robbed, if the public security organ filed the case after July 15, 2016 (inclusive), and the case has not been recovered for 12 months, and the stolen and robbed state has been registered in the vehicle management system of the public security organ, you can apply for the passenger car index within the next 12 months.

  Q: How to calculate the annual inspection cycle of passenger cars?

  A: Article 16 of the Regulations for the Implementation of the Road Traffic Safety Law of the People’s Republic of China stipulates the inspection period of various motor vehicles, among which the passenger cars are inspected once a year within 5 years; More than 5 years, once every 6 months. Small and micro non-operating passenger cars shall be inspected once every 2 years within 6 years; More than 6 years, the inspection once a year; More than 15 years, once every 6 months.

  Q: Is it impossible to apply for updating indicators as long as the time limit for compulsory scrapping is reached?

  Answer: For vehicles that have reached the national compulsory scrapping standards for motor vehicles, the Public Security Traffic Management Bureau of this Municipality will regularly issue the Announcement on the Invalidation of the License Plate, Driving License and Registration Certificate of Motor Vehicles that have not been deregistered according to the national compulsory scrapping standards through official website. Any vehicle whose deregistration date is later than the announcement date will no longer accept the application for updating the indicators. Passenger cars whose motor vehicle license plates have been declared invalid before January 15, 2018 will no longer accept applications for updating indicators if they cancel their registration after January 15, 2018.

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  Beijing opens next year.

  Three sections of subway line

  In recent years, while controlling the number of passenger cars, the city has made great efforts to speed up the construction and development of rail transit, constantly increasing the supply of public transport infrastructure, and new lines have been opened and put into operation every year.

  Three new lines will be opened at the end of this year, namely Yanfang Line, Xijiao Line and S1 Line. After the opening of the three new lines, there will be 22 subway lines in this city, and the operating mileage will increase from 574 kilometers to 608.2 kilometers.

  In 2018, the city plans to open three more lines, including the third phase of Line 8 (Zhushikou Station to Wufutang Station, Nanluoguxiang Station to National Art Museum of China Station), the fourth phase of Line 8, and the west extension of Line 6 (Haidian Wuluju Station to Pingguoyuan South Road Station). The operating mileage has increased to more than 630 kilometers.

  At the same time, Beijing will accelerate the construction of more than 300 kilometers of rail transit lines, such as the new airport line, pinggu line, the east extension of Line 7, Line 12, the remaining section of Line 14, Line 16, Line 17, Line 19, CBD line and Yanfang line branch. It is planned to realize 900 kilometers of rail transit by 2020, and the coverage rate of 750 meters in the central city subway station will reach 90%.

  In addition, we will continue to optimize the ground bus network, build a comprehensive and convenient transfer system, grasp the new changes in the rapid development of the subway network and share the economy, and make the green travel environment of "subway+ground bus, bike-sharing and walking" better and better.

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  Regulation policy on the number of passenger cars

  Optimization for many times in six years.

  The reporter of Beiqing Daily learned from the passenger car indicator office that since the implementation of the passenger car quantity control policy in 2011, the indicator office has actively listened to the opinions and suggestions of the Municipal People’s Congress, CPPCC members and the general public, and has revised, supplemented and improved the implementation rules several times.

  On December 27, 2011, the implementation rules were revised for the first time. The revised contents mainly include: First, it is clear that the expired unused personal passenger car indicators will be re-incorporated into the lottery pool configuration; The second is to stipulate the validity period of personal configuration index application and streamline the number of lottery pool codes; The third is to allow newly registered enterprises to participate in the lottery to facilitate the development of enterprises; The fourth is to clearly update the application time limit of indicators and strengthen the management of indicators.

  On November 27, 2013, the implementation rules were revised again. The revised contents mainly include: setting the winning rate of individual lottery ladder to alleviate the pressure of "long-term failure"; Increase the index configuration of new energy passenger cars; Solve the problem of applying for indicators after the passenger car is stolen; Cooperate with the municipal court to implement the judicial auction of Beijing brand passenger cars with index transfer, and solve the problem of difficult implementation.

  On January 22, 2016, the advanced rules for the winning rate of the lottery ladder of ordinary passenger cars were further adjusted, and the care for applicants who have been shaken for a long time was increased. Issued the "Notice on Demonstrating and Applying the Relevant Rules for Waiting for the Allocation of New Energy Passenger Cars", and cancelled the lottery of new energy passenger cars.

  This time, in combination with the revision of the Interim Provisions on the Regulation of the Number of Passenger Cars in Beijing, the Detailed Rules for the Implementation of the Interim Provisions on the Regulation of the Number of Passenger Cars in Beijing have been revised, which will also be announced in the near future and will be implemented simultaneously on January 15, 2018.

  This edition/reporter Liu Wei

  Cartography/Reporter Wang Zixuan for the picture/vision china

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  The number of motor vehicles in megacities in the world has gradually increased by zero.

  Xu Kangming, a transportation expert, said in an interview with the reporter of Beiqing Daily that the number of motor vehicles in megacities in the world has gradually increased by zero or even negative growth. For example, the number of motor vehicles in some European cities and Singapore has been zero growth. It can be seen from the new index management method that Beijing has adopted a rational overall policy for motor vehicle development.

  Xu Kangming believes that the motor vehicle development policy may go through four stages, from the past control to the current reduction of the total increase, and will gradually develop to zero growth or even negative growth in the future.

Inventory of world famous ski resorts

Intern reporter/Zhang Congzhi
Asia region:
1. NISEKO Ski Resort in Hokkaido, Japan
Ershigu Ski Resort is the largest ski resort in Hokkaido, and it is also recognized as the most popular ski resort in Japan. It consists of four ski areas, namely, Birov, Dongshan, Anupuli and Huayuan, which are located in Anupuli Mountain. It has more than 60 ski trails and more than 30 cable car trails. The average annual snowfall here is 14 meters thick, and it is famous for its soft and delicate powder snow. It is praised as "powder snow paradise" by skiers, and it is also one of the top ten ski resorts in the world evaluated by Forbes travelers. Every year, the ski season will attract a large number of tourists.
2. Shigakogen Ski Resort in Japan
Shiga Plateau Ski Resort is located in Nagano Prefecture, a famous skiing county in Japan. After the Winter Olympic Games in 1998, Nagano became famous in the world for its ice and snow sports. Among the "Six Alpine Ski Resorts in Japan" selected by the Japanese, three of them are located in Nagano Prefecture (Nozawa, Shiga, and Bafangweigen), among which Shiga Plateau is better known at home and abroad. At that time, the main venue of alpine competition in the skiing event of the Winter Olympics was located here, and at that time, many of its snow trails reached the track standard.
At present, Shiga Plateau Ski Resort is divided into four ski areas: Maruchi, Central, Yokosuka and Ozhiga. There are 21 ski resorts, large and small, which are connected by more than 70 cableways. It is not only the largest ski resort in Japan, but also in Asia. The highest elevation of Shiga Plateau is 2,305 meters, and the lowest elevation is 1,340 meters, with a drop of 965 meters. There are five hills over 2,000 meters, which are ups and downs along the snowy slopes of the mountain, which are varied and suitable for skiers of all levels. Among the above four ski areas, Yokosuka Mountain area is the most difficult, which is more suitable for middle and advanced skiers, while Maruchi area is the least difficult, and most of the slides are suitable for beginners.
Due to the high altitude, the snow period in Shiga Plateau is long, and the snow quality is dry and thick. The skiing season can last from January to March every year. However, due to the low latitude, there is a problem of insufficient snow in some ski areas with low altitude at the beginning or end of the snow season.
3. Longpingdu Resort Ski Resort in Pyeongchang County, South Korea
Longping Ski Resort is located in Pyeongchang County, gangwon, South Korea. It was completed and opened in 1975 and is one of the ski resorts established earlier in South Korea. There are all kinds of modern ski facilities in the ski resort, which is called "Alpes of Korea", and it has witnessed the development of skiing in Korea. The 1998 World Cup Skiing Competition and the 1999 Gangwon Winter Asian Games were held at Longping Ski Resort. Alpine skiing events of the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics will also be held here.
As the shooting place of the TV series "Love Song in Winter", Longping Ski Resort has attracted a large number of Asian fans, including Japanese and China, to make a pilgrimage here. There is the first-class ski equipment in Korea, including the Rainbow Ramp, which has 28 ski trails and 14 cable lanes including the cable car with a round trip of 7.4 kilometers. In addition, there are swimming pools, saunas and other ancillary facilities, as well as golf courses, mountain bike paths and other sports facilities in the snow resort.
Europe:
4. Verbier ski resort, Switzerland
Weibull Ski Resort is the largest ski resort in Switzerland, and is also praised by many skiers as one of the top ten ski resorts in the world. It is located between Zermatt and Mont Blanc and is formed by the merger of six ski resorts. The highest altitude is 3330 meters, the lowest altitude is 1500 meters, and the drop is 1830 meters. The total length of the slide is 400 kilometers, the longest slide is over 8 kilometers, and the shortest slide is 1 kilometer.
There are more than 90 cable cars in the ski resort, and a cable car line goes directly to the top of Ford Peak at an altitude of 3330 meters. Skiers can have a panoramic view of Matterhorn, Kompong and Mont Blanc at the top of the mountain.
Unlike ski resorts in Asia or New Zealand, Swiss ski resorts have few forests, spacious snow trails, wide horizons and many natural slides. The snow field in Weibier is rocky over 1000 meters, and the deep snow buried the rocks under it, creating a natural snow trail, also known as the "wild trail". Skiing is deeply loved by people in Switzerland, and Weibull Ski Resort is the important town of snow skateboarding in Switzerland. Many snow skateboarders choose to show their talents here. In order to meet the needs of skiers at all levels, Weibier divides the ski trails into five grades. Besides the primary, intermediate and advanced trails, there are two special routes, SkiTour and High Mountain Tour, which are specially designed for skiers and are a major feature of the ski resort.
5. Les 3 Vallées Ski Resort in France
The Three Gorges is the largest ski destination in France, located in the Rhone-Alpes region, deep in the embrace of the Alps. As the name implies, the Three Gorges Valley Snow Area is composed of three canyons, mainly the onion kernel valley, the beautiful bell valley and the Cosville valley. There are eight snow fields distributed in these three canyons, which are scattered at different heights.
After years of construction, the Three Gorges Valley has connected eight ski resorts with cable cars, and skiers can change to different ski resorts by cable cars. The total length of the Three Gorge Snow Resort is over 600 kilometers, and the wild snow resorts are all over the mountains. It is considered by many people to be the largest ski resort in the world. Every year, a large number of tourists come for vacation, which leads to the price level of the Three Gorge Snow Resort being among the best in France.
The highest altitude here is 3,230 meters, the lowest altitude is 1,338 meters, and the drop of ski trails can reach 1,892 meters. The terrain of the eight ski resorts is quite different, and the ski trails have their own characteristics, and the difficulty levels vary from low to high, which can meet the needs of skiers at all levels.
6. Kitzbüheler Ski Resort, Austria
Kitzbuhel Ski Resort is located in the depths of the mountains in southern Austria, between the 1712m Hahnenkamm Mountain and the 1996m Kitzbuhler Mountain, and is known as Monaco in the Alps. This is the birthplace of downhill skiing, with formidable and difficult trails. Skiresort.De, the world’s largest ski resort testing portal, rated Kitzbuhel as "the best ski resort in the world" for three consecutive years (2013 ~ 2015).
Kitzbuhel Ski Resort is well known and yearned for by skiers all over the world because of its superior geographical and climatic conditions and complete skiing facilities. There is a large amount of snowfall and excellent snow quality here, which can last up to 155 days, and you can ski from December to April of the following year. There are about 70 snow trails and 56 highly modern cable cars and ropeways in the ski resort, as well as a dynamic ski fun park and 170 kilometers of winter hiking trails. There is also a professional ski school, and various skiing competitions are held every year. In summer, the "Alpine Garden" on Kitzbuhel Mountain, with more than 120 kinds of colorful flowers, is a good place for hiking and cycling. You can also ride a horse to climb Hanankam Mountain and visit the cable car museum there.
North America:
7. Whistler Ski Resort in Canada
Whistler, about 120 kilometers north of Vancouver, is the largest ski resort in North America. From 1992 to 1995, Whistler was named "the first ski resort in North America" by Snow Country for four consecutive years.
Whistler has more than 200 high-quality ski trails and two towering magnificent peaks, namely Whistler Mountain at an altitude of 7,160 feet and Blackcomb Mountain at an altitude of 7,494 feet.
Among them, Whistler Mountain Ski Resort was opened in 1966, covering an area of 3,657 acres with an elevation of 1,530 meters, with more than 100 ski trails, making it the ski resort with the largest number of ski trails in Canada. There are three kinds of ski trails to choose from, of which 25% are professional ski trails, 55% are designed for intermediate skiers and 20% are suitable for beginners. The skiing season in Whistler starts in November every year and ends in May of the following year, and sometimes even extends to August.
The Black comb Mountain Ski Resort was opened in 1980, covering an area of 3,344 acres, with an elevation of 1,609 meters, ranking first in North America. There are two glaciers, Horstman and Blackcomb, on the top of the mountain. Skiers with high level can experience the pleasure of sliding down on the glaciers. In Horstman Glacier, you can also enjoy skiing in summer. Its ski run is wider than Whistler Mountain, but it has many slopes, which is not suitable for beginners. In 1994, a cable car was installed in Heishu Mountain, so that tourists could quickly climb to two different ski resorts on the mountain.
8. Jackson Hole Ski Resort, USA
Jackson Hole Ski Resort is located in the Teton Mountain Range in Wyoming, 440 kilometers north of Salt Lake City. It is the core of the desolate mountainous area in northwest Wyoming and the entrance to Yellowstone National Park. In Forbes’ 2015 Top Ten Ski Resort in North America, Jackson Hole topped the list.
Built in 1964, the ski resort is one of the few privately operated ski resorts in the United States, and its biggest feature is its diverse terrain. Its highest point is 3184 meters, the lowest point is 1923 meters, and the snow fall of more than 1200 meters provides skiers with a thrilling experience. There are two mountains in the snow resort-Rendezvous Mountain has the steepest underworld (advanced) and double black diamond snow trails, where the blue trail (intermediate) is equivalent to the underworld (advanced) elsewhere, and ApresVous Mountain is next to Rendezvous Mountain, which is relatively gentle and famous for its renovated intermediate trail and black SaratogaBow.
Jackson Hole Ski Resort ranks first in North America in the slidable height under the most distinctive Tram, and skiers can slide from the top of the mountain to the bottom of the mountain by cable car. The snow period here is roughly from December to April, and the average snowfall in winter is 3 meters.
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9. Queenstown Ski Resort, New Zealand
Queenstown is known as the "adventure capital" of New Zealand. There are about 220 kinds of activities and scenic spots operating all the year round, from bungee jumping to jet speedboats, from rafting to mountain biking, and outdoor explorers can be seen everywhere. In addition, there are many world-class ski resorts here.
Usually, skiers regard Queenstown as a whole with Lake Wanaka, which is not far away. There are four famous ski resorts in this area, namely Crown Peak Ski Resort and Zhuoyue Mountain Ski Resort in Queenstown, and Kadrona Ski Resort and Trickle Mountain Ski Resort in Lake Wanaka. These two ski resorts are more suitable for middle and advanced skiers. In addition, 35 kilometers away from Lake Wanaka, there is also a famous ice and snow park-the only commercial cross-country ski resort in New Zealand, with 50 kilometers of specially trimmed slides and day/night ski areas, suitable for people of all levels.
The ski resorts in Queenstown and Lake Wanaka are open from June to October every year, which is the winter in the southern hemisphere. The vertical elevation of these four ski resorts ranges from 400 meters to 700 meters, and there are various types of ski trails, such as downhill skiing and large-scale high-altitude skill ski track, which meet the standards of international snow leagues, and special ski devices and ski trails are also designed for children and beginners.
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    CCTV News: Huang Xintong is a flower skater in China. He once won the national championship in 2006-07 season, the fifth place among university students in the world, the second place in the Asian Winter Games, the eighth place in the four continents flower skating championships, the 21st place in the 2007 World Championships and the final champion of the 11th Winter Games. The picture shows Huang Xinyi’s exquisite and beautiful photo.







    Exquisite photo of ice dancing beauty, youthful beauty is full of beautiful style.







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This decade, our film life | ten years, movies have changed them.


Special feature of 1905 film network In this decade, from fireworks to prosperity in the world, movies have always been in our lives. This decade, the film is life, life is film, this decade, our film life.



"After all, life is short. It’s only a few decades. It’s impossible to see all countries and all parts of the world, but through movies, we have seen a bigger world and more lives. If there is no movie in life, I feel terrible. "



In the past ten years, filmmakers’ views on movies have gone from far to near. The biggest change that movies have brought to her is to unconsciously grasp the place where she can empathize as an actor in the future: "I think movies have made me more real and richer as a person." The feeling of my first filming was first of all, and secondly, I tried my best to take care of what was in front of me first, but I couldn’t think of the future. "



From the beginning, Lang Yueting’s acting career can be described as a newborn calf who is not afraid of tigers and dares to challenge: "For me, I think maybe I can only shoot this scene in my life, and then there will be no future development as an actor. I always think so."



This movie is a difficult one for Lang Yueting. She doesn’t know how to prepare the role and how to play it well. During that time, every day in her mind, she thought about what the character’s childhood was like and how she came over as a teenager. Such brainstorming made her sleep badly every day: "This is a particularly good help for me. In fact, Hongxia can’t sleep well every day, so she tries her best to be close to her state psychologically. I didn’t know that there was a word called biographies, but I was very pleased to know that I was really doing this. "



It is precisely because of the jitters and treading on thin ice in the first two plays that Lang Yueting was afraid to define the job as an actor for herself from the beginning, and later she could naturally introduce: Hello, everyone, I am an actor Lang Yueting. But it didn’t take long for the film to make her so worried again that she didn’t know how to start, because she had never played a real story. In the past, she could make the fictional character close to herself or find something in common with the character, but in reality, she couldn’t find something in common with Huang Wenxiu: "After the role was played, I recorded a program in which I talked about a lot of knowledge about planting kiwifruit and picking sugar oranges. This is something I really knew. Huang Wenxiu had to find out at that time because he wanted to develop a rich industry for the village."



Wang Ying, a veteran movie fan, has been married in Beijing for almost fifty years. When her family first moved here, the reputation of the China Film Archive was not as loud as it is now. Occasionally, acquaintances and friends sent tickets to her, so she would go and have a look. Wang Ying’s children are engaged in the mobile communication industry, and they will urge Wang Ying and his wife to learn smart phones, so as not to be eliminated by history. When Wang Ying went to the China Film Archive to buy tickets in the previous way, the movie tickets for classic films had been robbed by fans online. She could only queue up at the window for two hours and buy two movie tickets: "I thought, no, I have to learn smart phones. Later, I began to learn how to grab tickets online. I saw it a few days ago and bought a Huimin ticket for ten yuan. I didn’t expect the effect to be so good. "



As a policeman, Wang Ying felt heartfelt admiration for the actors when she watched "Fight Against the Black", and their interpretation of the police made her feel good after reading it. Besides watching movies on the spot, Wang Ying has also experienced the Cloud Cinema. She can enjoy watching movies at home with a little finger flick, but she is a bit nostalgic and prefers to go to the cinema to enjoy her favorite movies. Wang Ying went to the cinema to support her favorite movies, while her lover silently supported her hobbies behind her back. When watching movies in Wang Ying, the dog ball at home was taken care of by her lover, and cooking became his job. Living in such an environment with love and a big screen, when Wang Ying was chatting with his neighbors, the topic could not be separated from movies.



随着这些年的飞速发展,附近的设施越来越现代化,王颖非常喜欢中国电影资料馆的音响效果,她每次都会买同一个位置,在影院的最角落里,每坐一个小时,她可以出去歇一会儿,角落里的位置进出方便,也不会影响到他人观影。作为一名影迷,王颖将自己对于电影的爱意贯彻到了方方面面,也因为这份爱,她不断随着社会发展而学习、充实自己。电影丰富了王颖的生活,陪伴她与各个创作者们对话。



对于大银幕内外的王颖与郎月婷,电影都是一件她们热爱、奋斗过的事物。这十年来,电影让中国的观众又哭又笑,在不知不觉中,电影早已与我们的生活融为一体了。感谢遇见电影,能在有限的生命中拓宽了我们生命的宽度;感恩电影,带给我们生活如此多的奇妙与温馨。


China and the world have changed each other since China’s entry into WTO 15 years ago.

  CCTV News:Today is the 15th anniversary of China’s accession to the WTO. In the past 15 years, what impact has China’s entry into WTO brought to China’s economic development? What does China’s entry mean to the world economic and trade system?

  On November 11th, 2001, in Doha, Qatar, Shi Guangsheng, then Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation of China, signed on behalf of the China government at the ceremony of China’s accession to the WTO.

  Great changes have taken place in China itself and even in the world since its entry into WTO 15 years ago.

  Looking back on the past 15 years, China has made great progress in economic development, system construction and participation in international governance, but at the same time, it also needs to face up to the problems such as the increase of trade friction caused by changes in external environment.

  First of all, by joining the WTO and connecting with the world, China’s economy will grow under the global competition.

  On the eve of China’s entry into WTO, China is the sixth largest economy in the world. Now, China has become the world’s second largest economy, the largest trader of goods, and the second largest foreign investor, with a per capita GDP of nearly 8,000 US dollars. This series of achievements can directly prove China’s great progress since its entry into WTO.

  Entering WTO is an important step for China to integrate into the world market, which is conducive to attracting foreign investment, promoting exports and promoting economic development. Therefore, the membership of WTO is called the stabilizer and accelerometer of China’s economic take-off. In the process of China becoming the world’s factory, China enterprises have also learned to better coordinate the domestic and international situations, make better use of the two markets and resources, and enhance new development momentum, add new impetus to reform and create new competitive advantages in the opening up.

  Secondly, after China’s entry into WTO, the development of China has benefited the whole world and achieved a win-win situation.

  After China’s entry into WTO, China has not only realized its own development, but also brought more development opportunities to the world. Lamy, former Director-General of WTO, once commented that China’s entry into WTO has brought great changes to world trade, and many countries have also gained a lot with China. For example, US exports to China increased from $19 billion in 2001 to $116.1 billion in 2015; The trade volume between China and Africa increased from 10.8 billion US dollars in 2001 to 179 billion US dollars in 2015.

  Since China’s entry into WTO, China has been unswervingly opening wider to the outside world and striving for mutual benefit and win-win results. By implementing a firm opening-up strategy and constantly creating a more comprehensive, deeper and more diversified opening-up pattern, China’s total import in 2015 reached US$ 1.68 trillion, creating tens of millions of jobs for its trading partners. At the same time, China’s inexpensive goods have also brought great benefits to foreign consumers. It is worth mentioning that at present, China’s contribution rate to world economic growth is more than one quarter, and it has been the biggest engine of global economic growth for many years.

  Third, with the gradual deepening of economic and trade ties with the world, China no longer passively accepts the international economic and trade framework, but begins to actively participate in the formulation of rules.

  Since China’s entry into WTO, the economic and trade interaction between China and the outside world has continued to deepen. At first, China could only passively adapt to the terms of international trade. Today, China’s position in world trade has been on a par with that of the United States and Europe. Especially after the financial crisis in 2008, China has made the greatest contribution to global economic growth, which also highlights the importance of China in the global trade pattern. China has begun to actively promote the construction of a more just and reasonable international order, including trade order.

  China is a participant, contributor and builder in the world trade system. The construction of the "the belt and road initiative" initiative is the "China Program" to promote global development cooperation. This program does not replace the existing cooperation mechanism, does not challenge the existing international economic system, and is a useful supplement and improvement to the existing international mechanism. The goal is to achieve common development and is committed to promoting countries to expand mutual market opening and trade and investment facilitation.

  The global trade environment has changed, and challenges and opportunities coexist.

  On the other hand, we should also see that the international trade environment has changed a lot in the past 15 years. The deep-seated impact of the international financial crisis still exists for a long time, and the external environment is unstable and uncertain, which leads to the weak growth of global economy and trade.

  In the first five years of China’s accession to the WTO, the growth rate of global trade was about 1.8 times that of the world economy, but now the growth rate of global trade has been lower than that of the world economy for four consecutive years. Economic globalization has experienced twists and turns, protectionism and inward-looking tendencies have risen, and the multilateral trading system has been hit. This situation poses a new challenge to China’s foreign economic ties. To cope with this situation, China should take the lead in building an open world economy and continue to promote trade and investment liberalization and facilitation.

  完成产业升级 迎接新的挑战

  全球治理体系在发生着深刻的变革,新技术的发展也在重塑全球贸易的格局。“互联网+”向服务业和制造业全面渗透,新产业、新业态、新商业模式不断涌现,全球产业链、价值链、供应链加速整合,这使得国际产业分工和竞争格局正在发生深刻变化。比如,制造业从发达国家向发展中国家的转移放缓,新兴经济体单纯依靠低劳动力成本优势发展加工型贸易从而完成产业升级的路越走越窄。当前主要大国都在重塑竞争新优势,中国也需要完成产业升级,在未来的国家贸易体系中占据有利地位。

  国家主席习近平上个月在APEC工商领导人峰会上提到:“经济全球化符合经济规律,符合各方利益。同时,经济全球化是一把双刃剑,既为全球发展提供强劲动能,也带来一些新情况新挑战,需要认真面对。”在入世15年的时候,对以往做总结,无疑可以让中国在未来更好地适应经济全球化,参与经济全球化,塑造经济全球化。

  文丨央视评论特约撰稿 王亚宏

Things related to life: archaeology, food, and fireworks.

Fireworks in the bones of the documentary program "Things Related to Life" ep01

Tik Tok Life Service produced Figure jointly presented.

There are many key words about the commonness of China people, and "Food is the most important thing for the people" always ranks among the top. Even when we shout "Only food and love can live up to our expectations", "food" even precedes "love".

With the development of the times, shop-visiting people use the lens to show a variety of unique delicacies and lifestyles, soothe people’s hearts, and link foreign land and hometown, present and past, reality and dreams.

"Things Related to Life" was produced by Tik Tok Life Service and jointly presented by Figure. Liu Yiwei, a traditional media person, was invited to pay a return visit to explore the story of a shop-spotter who discovered shops and shopkeepers in a hidden corner of the city, and to show the influence and change of this new professional group on the life in the neighborhood.

Through the wonderful collision of the three, it brings out different life stories and shows the fireworks and warm blood in the world.

In the first episode, Liu Yiwei flashed Nanjing, the ancient capital of the Six Dynasties, looking for "Fireworks in the Bones".

"Lonely Gourmet" more suitable for China baby’s physique "

Who would have thought that, as a former food program "Top Stream", Liu Yiwei and this episode visited the protagonist and the food detective Bo advocated Liangren with a little formality at first sight.

As a "novice" who started publishing short videos in late July this year, Zhang Liangren’s appearance seems to have no connection with the words "gourmet shop": thin figure, gray temples, cap, black half-rimmed glasses and pedant style-if it must be described metaphorically, he is more like the director of the high school guidance office in the stereotype.

Zhang Liangren, 54 years old, is indeed a teacher by profession, and he is not an ordinary teacher. He is a professor and doctoral supervisor in the Department of Archaeology and Cultural Relics of the School of History of Nanjing University. He has been engaged in archaeological study and work for 36 years. He once presided over the excavation of the Heishui National Site in Zhangye, Gansu Province, and now he is presiding over the Sino-Russian and Sino-Iranian cooperative archaeological projects. "Together, the countries visited and excavated can circle the earth."

My previous working life was extremely simple, and Professor Zhang summed it up with these key words: "teaching", "research" and "students". Now, the personal signature he wrote for his short video account @ Professor Zhang Liangren reveals a kind of playfulness that keeps pace with the times: "A food blogger who can’t archaeology is not a good professor."

Professor Zhang said with a smile that he is not a foodie. "If I score between 1 and 10, I will give myself 6 points.". However, looking through his short video account, jinghua baozi stuffed bun, boiled chicken, crispy duck with mashed taro, glutinous rice eight-treasure duck, Dongpo meat, duck blood vermicelli, firewood wonton … just look at the title, and all kinds of delicious food will come to my face.

Click on the video, and you will find that "spiritual food" is also extremely rich: try a crispy duck with taro, which is extended to the court menu of Emperor Guangxu; Ordering a cage of soup buns, he can trace the long history of the steamer for nearly 7000 years; Picking up a mouthful of duck blood vermicelli soup, he "regrets" that vermicelli soup has a history of only a few decades, but the conversation turned to prove that "the tradition of eating waterfowl in Jiangsu began 2,500 years ago" with a can of duck eggs unearthed from the mound tomb in Jurong, Jiangsu …

A few years ago, the knowledge of unpopular history, combined with Professor Zhang’s "cooking techniques", became vivid, lovely and more pyrotechnic, and quickly became numerous among young people. It is no wonder that he can be called "Lonely Gourmet" by netizens.

"People are curious and want to know where they come from and where they are going, so everyone likes to go to museums, sites and cultural relics. Archaeology is not only a key to open the historical truth, but also an entrance to explore the development law of human society. Zhang Liangren said, "Through modern food, we can introduce the historical knowledge and archaeological knowledge behind various eating habits and tell what the audience doesn’t know. This is our advantage. Academic problems should be related to the concerns of ordinary people. We are rich in knowledge, but we can’t monopolize it. 」

In fact, a lot of "high-cold" knowledge is not cold, but it is the lack of connection with the general public that makes it "unattainable." Compared with monotonous words and complicated tables, with the help of short video images of life to spread knowledge and spread the seeds of knowledge in the most interesting way, the audience can finally satisfy their wish of "being educated in a generous home" in a lively and relaxed atmosphere through one screen.

The gold content of knowledge brings great flow.

Professor Zhang made no secret that the idea of making a short video was to spread knowledge to the public on the one hand, and the original intention was to "expand the popularity", let more people know the value of archaeology and support archaeological research in more ways.

He has thought of many ways, but they can’t really solve the problem. Until last year, Zhang Liangren accidentally turned to a monograph "Diet in China Culture" in the 1970s-the editor-in-chief of this book, Professor Zhang Guangzhi, is a famous archaeologist and anthropologist in China and also a mentor of Zhang Liangren’s mentor.

From the pre-Qin Dynasty to the Han, Tang, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties, this book has made a panoramic display and interpretation of China’s food culture: how the characteristics of agricultural society affect the evolution of food in this land, and how Confucian moral concepts and social organization methods determine China people’s cooking and dining habits …

The origin of his legacy has opened a new world for Zhang Liangren: a thousand years can also be seen between a meal and a ladle of drink. Taking food as the starting point, he decided to try to make videos from the media.

"I know archaeology, but I don’t know new media. Writing papers is my job, but I’m not very good at writing scripts, so I’m looking for a professional video creation team to cooperate. Before shooting, the team will first step on the spot, choose the appropriate protagonist-food, and then look for information and write scripts. After the script is written, Professor Zhang will first review the professional historical knowledge involved, and then proceed with the shooting. Finally, the team will edit, modify and polish it later.

Although the image in the video is humorous and friendly, Zhang Liangren waves his hand and laughs at himself. He is an "old pedant". It is a big problem to introduce food to the camera at once.

"How long did you shoot for the first time? "Chat, Liu Yiwei asked curiously.

"The video we shot for the first time has not been sent yet. "Professor Zhang’s partner and head of the video team, Mr. Dai, said," It’s equivalent to a waste. 」

Professor Zhang Liangren visited the video shooting scene of the store.

"In a way, I shouldn’t make videos. Professor Zhang added, "I can’t speak in front of the camera, and my expression is very stiff. So I practiced Putonghua, enunciated words and practiced various skills … It took me two months to get used to it. 」

Nowadays, although he is still a little green and cramped, he can look straight into the camera, clearly tell the history behind the food, and even make some funny expressions and actions to interact with the audience off the screen. "I want to know the preferences of ordinary people, choose how to talk to them, and present the state in front of the camera. This is a huge change for me. Until now, I am still learning. 」

With his "unique skills", Zhang Liangren has gained 76,000 fans and 526,000 likes in just over four months after he entered the short video platform, which is also a minor celebrity in social media.

However, compared with the rapidly increasing traffic figures, what makes him more happy is that more and more questions related to archaeology and history are seen in messages or private letters, "more people are interested in our archaeology"; It is the video of exploring the store that really brings gain to the store.

"It is helpful to the growth of our store’s turnover and popularity. "The boss of the soup dumpling shop where Professor Zhang recorded the video of visiting the shop said in a mouthful of Nanjing Mandarin," After Professor Zhang came, the Internet publicity was too strong. Now is the age of young people, and it will be great if they forward it on their mobile phones. Moreover, the video can continue to spread and accumulate over time. 」

"Where did the fireworks gas come from? 」

"What are the criteria for choosing a topic? "Liu Yiwei has a new question.

The answer given by the team seems quite simple: combining with what Professor Zhang can say, it can be grafted with archaeology. "We hope that the spread of knowledge will sink a little and make knowledge more pyrotechnic."

For China people, delicious food is not only a thing to eat, but also has a soothing effect. "Sometimes, what we eat is not food, but a habit and a kind of homesickness. "Cai Lan once wrote in the article.

Many times, what we remember is a connection, a connection with our family. As a teenage customer in the aforementioned soup bag shop said, "My grandmother used to make soup bags, and since her death, she hasn’t eaten that kind of (taste) … it smells like home here. 」

"In the book, I often talk about the smoke curling up, and that’s fireworks. Professor Zhang added. Walking into the small shops in the city, the favorite places of ordinary people, and the places where they eat and drink in their daily lives, the fireworks are there, and "by the way, they are also responsible for eating it."

China has been an acquaintance society for thousands of years. Once, "We have neighbors, we have relatives and friends, and we walk around and associate with each other", Liu Yiwei lamented, "From the point of view of exploring shops, we want to eat a good food. In the past, we could only ask acquaintances for information, but now we just need to turn on our mobile phones and look at your acquaintances in social media".

When you are in the urban forest made of reinforced concrete, you are overwhelmed by trivial matters and anxious life. Fortunately, people like Professor Zhang Liangren, behind the screen, talk about celebrities, worldly affairs, customs and people’s livelihood with the calmness precipitated by thousands of years of history, and take you back to appreciate the daily beauty of "nearby" life and "pursue your own fireworks".

This is a special gift in the video age.

Documentary program "Things Related to Life", produced by Tik Tok Life Service and jointly presented by Figure, has been online since December 18th. From the perspective of Liu Yiwei, a senior food program host, it explores the story that Daren discovered shops and vendors in the hidden corner of the city, and shows the influence and change of this new professional group on "nearby" life. Three different life stories show the fireworks and warm blood in the world.

Director | Wan Xiaozhang

Write a manuscript | fresh in

Editor | Xu Jing

Produced by | |FigureVideo

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