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Use of new tec上海会所品茶微信hnologies in online education is breaking boundaries for the nation’s students
Yang Ming, a 33-year-old immobile and partially sighted man from
Chengde, Hebei province, never imagined he could become his family’s “financial adviser”.
However, in late April, he noticed trouble brewing in the financial stat
ements of a company whose stock was owned by his relatives, so he advised selling the shares.
Although they were reluctant at first, his relatives sol上海会所品茶微信d the s
hares at a slight loss, but kept most of their 4,000 yuan ($578) investment intact.
A short time later, the company’s stock went into free fall when the Shanghai Stock Exchange plunged as a result of risi
ng uncertainty over trade negotiations between China and the United States.
Yao said that there is no end to learning and that he hopes to achieve a passing score this year so he can become a literature student.
He has written a number of articles on his life in retirement and in 2001 finished a 300,000-word novel.
His favorite universities are Peking University and Beijing Normal University.
For the test, Yao reviewed all subjects by himself and didn’t take any tutorial classes, saying that books are the best teacher.
He studied for about four hours a day, always during the day: “I have to d
o housework. I watch TV at night, paying attention to the current affairs,” he said.
The most difficult subject for him is mathematics. “If I can overcome math, the other subjects are much easier,” he said.
His children support him. He now lives by himself, and isn’t nervous about the ex
am. The test venue is about a kilometer away from his house, and he plans to get there by bus.
hina is drafting a list of foreign parties considered “unreliable enti
ties” that harm the interests of Chinese companies, said the Ministry of Commerce on Friday.
Detailed measures of the plan are to be disclosed at a later date.
The list will target companies, people and organizations that fail to abide by market rules, violate th
e spirit of contract, block Chinese companies for non-commercial reasons, and severely violate Chinese co
mpanies’ legitimate rights, said Gao Feng, the ministry’s spokesman, in a media briefing on Friday.
“Due to the increasing uncertainties in the global economy, including
the rising trade protectionism and unilateralism, the multilateral trading system is facing s
evere challenges and regular international commercial activities have been disrupted,” Gao said.