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more than 100 projectors were installed to digitally recreate mangrove fo
rests and the environment surrounding them: tropical seas, tides and beaches.
With sound, light and electrical effects, the exhibition shows how mangroves, one of the very few vegetation env
ironments that can survive in coastal waters, thrive in the tides and change their surroundings for the better.
Tianjin resident Li Lingyan, who visited the park on Monday, was fascinated by the mangrove exhibition.
“Looking at the exhibit, it is as though I was brought to the seashore to se
e how mangroves grow in a tough environment. It was an amazing process,” she said.
” I was totally thrilled, and I got to learn a lot about mangroves.”
Near Gate No 5 of the park, “a forest of lights and shadows” draws crowds.
Lagos–Kano standard gauge project, the first standard gauge railway in Nigeria and West A
frica, was officially inaugurated and started commercial operation on July 26, 2016.
The railway, constructed by China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation, is the first overseas railway fully adopting the Chinese r
ailway standard. Spanning 186.5 kilometers, it alleviates traffic tension, improves the investment envir
onment and promotes the coordinated development of regional economy and society.
By Jan 11, the train service had delivered 1.23 million passengers and had safely operated for 900 days without any major accident recorded since its inception.
The China-funded Colombo Port City, the largest project between C
hina and Sri Lanka under the Belt and Road Initiative, completed land reclamation of 269 hectares in January.
In addition, hydro-structure construction will be completed by the middle
of this year. The port city’s municipal facilities construction is expected to be completed in J
uly 2020. At the same time, investment promotion of the city is also being carried out.
Jiangsu teacher with at least one local educator. The outsiders acted as mentors, providing guidance and support.
Qian, the Chinese teacher, has mentored five teachers. He attended their classes once a week, offering advice afterwards. He also set assignments,
such as reading magazines or two to three books each year, as well as writing a paper on teaching practice every semester.
“I think many local teachers need to constantly explore education theory and the art of teaching. They also
need to read more and strengthen their research abilities, because teaching without researching is lost labor,” he said.
Namgal, a Tibetan math teacher who came to the school after she graduated t
wo years ago, said she has learned valuable lessons from her two Jiangsu mentors.
When she started teaching, her class had the third-lowest average mat
h score in the school’s seventh grade. Her first mentor, Pan Lichao, attended her classes regul
arly, taking notes and suggesting methods she could adopt. Pan also met with her several times to help prepare lessons.
President Xi Jinping and his wife, Peng Liyuan, stand with Portuguese President M
arcelo Rebelo de Sousa at Belem Palace, the official presidential residence in Lisb
on, Portugal, on Dec 4, 2018. [Photo/Agencies]
President Xi Jinping and his Portuguese counterpart, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, vowe
d on Friday to make concerted efforts to advance bilateral ties to benefit the two countries and the two peoples.
The two presidents made the statement in exchanging congratulations on the 40th
anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and Portugal.
In his congratulatory message to Rebelo de Sousa, Xi said that over the past four d
ecades, the two nations have been promoting sound development of bila
teral ties in the spirit of mutual respect, treating each other as equals and benefiting from win-win cooperation.
He hailed the proper resolution of the question of Macao by the two countries in 1999
as a good example of how nations can solve problems left from history through friendly consultations.
Knowing that he is the supervisor of 11 companies in Wuhan, Du Jun, 29, is confused. After months of struggling about it, he found that it was still a fog and did not know what to do.
Country mothers were paralyzed in bed, so the minimum living allowance was abolished. A family of five, he works alone
, he works two jobs a day, life is still not guaranteed. It never occurred to him that his identity information had been stolen for no reason, causing so much trouble.
Du Jun felt he had a big black pot on his back.
A company with paralyzed mothers under the son’s name was abolished.
Du Jun is a native of Jingshan Village, Mulan Township, Huangpi District. The 53-year-old mother suffered three str
okes and was paralyzed in bed for the third time for two years. She was unable to take care of herself.
Father can do nothing in the countryside to take care of his mother. The wife will tak
e her 3-year-old daughter, and the family of five depend solely on Du Jun to su
pport her. He now works two jobs. He works in Huazhong Community canteen of Shuita Street in Hankou in the m
orning and delivers takeout in the afternoon. After a month’s hard work, he can earn about 5000 yuan.
Mothers need to soften blood vessels. They need to be hospitalized three times a y
ear and spend 120,000 yuan. In the past, mothers had a minimum living allowance of more than 300 yuan per m
onth, and medical expenses could be reimbursed by 80%. This reduced Du Jun’s pressure.