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中文简介: 中華人民共和國,簡稱中國或新中國,成立於1949年10月1日。是位於亞洲東部、太平洋西岸的人民共和國,首都北京。中華人民共和國的領土面積約960萬平方公里,居世界第三或第四,與周邊14個國家接壤。人口達到14億,約佔全球人口的五分之一,是世界上人口最多的國家。中華人民共和國是單一制的多民族國家。全國劃分為23個省(其中台灣省並沒有實際管轄)、5個自治區、4個直轄市和2個根據一國兩制政策設立的特別行政區(並不直接管轄),均直屬於中央人民政府。中華人民共和國跨越五個地理時區,但全國均使用北京時間(UTC+8,東八區)作為標準時 ...
for33against   我喜欢中国。没有犹豫的原因。例如,因为它... (如果我想写为什么,我写在这里), positive
for1against   Sonst sind es für die Deutsche Industrie Kommunisten!Wenn dabei Profit raus springt ist das dann nicht mehr so schlimm!, SEPP
for1against   Copy Shop China!, SEPP
for1against   Die Kopier Nation!Wer als Firma dorthin geht ist selber schuld!, SEPP
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Online courses gain popularity at Chinese universities

The trend of learning through open online courses has made its way to China as more of the country's top universities unveil public courses, and the first cross-university open class for college students in Shanghai kicked off on Tuesday night. The city's university course-sharing platform formally began registering students from 30 schools in the municipality, and the course "Introduction to Philosophy," offered by Professor Wang Defeng with Fudan University (FDU), became the first-ever cross-university public course, welcoming 1,072 students Tuesday. Wang's first lecture was broadcast ...

China influence to grows fast

Financier George Soros said on Sunday that China's global influence is set to grow faster than most people expect, with its isolation from the global financial system and a heavy state role in banking aiding a relatively swift economic recovery.He reiterated his cautious views regarding the surge in global stock markets, although he said it may have further to go given liquidity in the markets and that many investors are still sitting on the sidelines."In many ways, Chinese banking has benefited from being isolated from the rest of the world and is in better shape than the international ...

China decries U.S. criticism of its rights record

China denounced on Thursday U.S. criticism of its human rights record in an annual tit-for-tat exchange, saying the United States should put its own house in order first.The U.S. State Department sharply criticized China on Wednesday, saying detention and harassment of dissidents, petitioners, human rights defenders and defense lawyers peaked around high-profile events such as the Beijing Olympic Games in August.China's Foreign Ministry said China maintained a high level of "protection and respect" for human rights."Over the 30 years of development and reform we have seen a constant ...

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Warning over Pacific bluefin tuna stocks as Japan meeting ends in stalemate
Meeting ends with no move to save endangered fish as campaigners warn bluefin tuna stocks will continue to plunge unless urgent action is taken Campaigners have warned that global stocks of bluefin tuna will continue their dramatic decline after Japan– by far the fish’s biggest consumer – and other countries failed to agree on new conservation measures.A four-day meeting in Sapporo, northern Japan, of countries that monitor stocks in most of the Pacific Ocean, made no progress towards helping fish populations recover from decades of overfishing, according to the Pew Charitable Trusts. Related: Bluefin: Japan’s favourite big fish, but for how long? Continue reading...
'ExxonMobil has its head in the sand and shareholders should be worried'
Yale sustainability expert Todd Cort says the oil company’s failure to adapt to changing growth models has landed it between a rock and a hard placeA few days before the New York Times reported that a federal auction in the Gulf of Mexico in August drew the lowest interest since 1986 – “the clearest sign yet that the fortunes of oil companies are skidding” – I found myself reading the 2014 ExxonMobil Citizenship Report. The report cites an energy future that’s heavily dependent on oil and gas during the difficult transition to more sustainable energy sources. ExxonMobil then drafts a socially imperative role for itself:We believe all economic energy sources will be necessary to meet growing demand, and the transition of the energy system to lower carbon sources will take many decades due to its enormous scale, capital intensity and complexity. As such, we believe that none of our proven hydrocarbon reserves are, or will become, stranded. Related: Exxon knew of climate chang
The Guardian view on China’s display of military muscle: to what end? | Editorial
President Xi Jinping’s announcement about troop reductions is welcome. But the huge show of military force in Beijing to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the war with Japan was an intimidating reminder for the west of China’s powerOn 15 August 1945, the day after Emperor Hirohito told the Japanese that the time had come to “endure the unendurable” and accept that Japan had lost the war, a weary but elated Chiang Kai-shek also spoke to his people on the radio. “Our faith in justice through black and hopeless days and eight long years of struggle has today been rewarded,” he told them, looking back on a struggle in which at least 14 million Chinese died, 80 million became refugees, and most of the country’s industry, roads, railways and other infrastructure was destroyed.Even though it was the atomic bomb that precipitated the Japanese surrender and the American advance across the Pacific which had destroyed Japanese sea-power, it was the Chinese who had kept the bul
Paul Krugman: Australia can weather a Chinese economic downturn
In an interview with Guardian Australia, the Nobel prize-winning economist expresses scepticism about the China free trade agreement and a GST increase Australia is resilient enough to weather the weakening of the Chinese economy, the Nobel prize-winning economist Paul Krugman has said, but he poured cold water on the benefits of the free trade agreement between the two countries. Related: Confused about the China free trade deal? Here's what you need to know Related: The austerity delusion | Paul Krugman Related: How Australia weathered the global financial crisis while Europe failed | David Alexander Continue reading...

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