During the Spring Festival holiday, burning calories has become a new trend from an internet catchphrase, chinanews.com has reported.
In many parts of China, sports have risen in popularity, as people enjoy working out by putting their
bodies in motion, reducing the physical burden of eating and drinking while staying healthier at the same time.
Fangfang, 24, from Taizhou, Zhejiang province, ran her first 5 kilometers of the Year of the Pig on Monday, as jogging to work makes her feel full of energy.
Dozens of winter swimmers from Yuhuan, Zhejiang, gathered at the beach behind Kanmen and rushed into to the sea against the cold wind to enjoy s
wimming. “We coastal people start the new year with our unique sport,” winter swimming enthusiast Chen Zhongfang said.
In preparation for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, games on snow and ice are drawing more interest. In snow and ic
e parks in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia autonomous region, a number of experiential projects have been set up, such
as a snow football field, ice bumper cars, curling, ice gyro and a snow circle. Thousands of citizens take part in such activities every day.
for a house than in a big city,” he said. “I attended the first job fair to be held in my hometown on Sunday. I’m considering some job interviews and the salaries offered.”
Ningbo, Zhejiang province, will hold 44 job fairs from Tuesday to late March－42 percent more than last year.
Among them are eight large job fairs starting on Feb 16. More than 900 companies are ex
pected to attend each of the fairs, which will be held on Saturdays and Sundays for a month.
Starting in March, Ningbo will organize more than 2,200 compa
nies and government-affiliated institutions to attend 100 job fairs in 40 cities across Ch
ina, including Hangzhou, Zhejiang province; Xi’an, Shaanxi province; and Changchun, Jilin province.
Cities such as Taizhou, Zhejiang province; Heze, Shandong province; and Nantong, J
iangsu province, will also hold many fairs for job hunters and employers in February and March.
Border inspection agencies across China have seen more th
an 12.5 million entry and exit trips made during the week-long Spring Festival holiday that started Mo
nday, an increase of nearly 11 percent than that of last year, the National Immigration Administration (NIA) said Sunday.
Inbound trips exceeded 6.22 million, rising by about 9.5 percent than the figure of 2018, wh
ile outbound trips increased by nearly 12.5 percent to over 6.31 million, according to the NIA.
Over 7.22 million entry and exit trips during the holiday were made by mainland residents for personal p
urposes, including traveling and visiting family members, growing by nearly 16 percent year on year.
Destinations visited most included Thailand, Japan, Vietnam, the Republic of K
orea, Singapore, Malaysia and the United States, as well as Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, the NIA said.
the two countries every year,and China and the US have become each other’s largest and second-largest sources of international students.
“The year 2019 marks the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between China and the United States. Over these decades, there has been a ma
rvelous growth in people-to-people contacts and ties between our two countries. As we now look forward to the co
ming decades, the friendship between our two peoples will continue to be the very foundation of relations between our tw
o great countries. That’s why we invite you, invite all our friends all over the United States to come and share with us y
our most memorable stories with China. Together we will build stronger ties between our peoples. And with your per
sonal stories, you will help make history,” said Cui Tiankai, Chinese ambassador to the US.
“People are the most interesting stories behind a sound bilateral relationship, and picture
s are a strong testimony to such relations,” said Zhou Shuchun, publisher and editor-in-chief of China Daily. “At
China Daily, especially with our newly launched Global Edition, we are committed to bridging the gap of u
nderstanding through powerful people stories. I believe when we see your photos and hear the stories which go with th
em, we will better understand the essence of China-US relations, which is really about people,” Zhou said.
‘My China Album’ to celebrate 40 years of China-US memories
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Share Your Unforgettable Memories and Join Us in Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of China-US Diplomatic Relations
The Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in the United States of America and China Daily Launch “My China Album” Photo Competition
Guests pose for photos at the My China Album sign at the Chinese Embassy in Washington on Wednesday. [Photo by Z
hao Huanxin/China Daily]
WASHINGTON — My China Album, a story-sharing event focusing on the frie
ndship between people from China and the United States, was launched on Wednesday at a reception hosted by the Ch
inese embassy celebrating the 40th anniversary of the establishment of China-US diplomatic relations.
The event, co-organized by China Daily, China’s largest English-language ne
wspaper, which has a global audience, encourages Americans to submit photos an
d stories highlighting their most memorable experiences in China, especially their encounters with Chinese peo
ple. The top winner will receive two economy-class, round-trip airline tickets from New York to Beijing.
The exchange of visits between Chinese and American table tennis teams in 1971 and 1972 opened a new chapter in China-US friendly relations and contacts.
On Jan 1, 1979, the two countries officially established diplomatic relations. Since then, people-to-people excha
nges have helped cement a foundation and have played a key role in promoting understanding and mutual trust between the two countries.
CHANGSHA – Luo Pengfei, 22, is a good communicator with the elderly as it is his job to visit them every day to remodel their furniture.
“We visit the elderly to learn about their self-care ability, measure their bathroom area and threshold
height, and check whether the floor will be slippery when getting wet,” said Luo, who works for K
angle Nianhua, a company providing senior care services in central China’s Hunan Province.
Luo will design the layout and then start home space reformation to clear hidden dangers, to give the elderly a safer home.
In rooms where the elderly are prone to falls, Luo’s company will install handrails or grab bars
and add non-slip stickers and pads. In the bathroom, the company will install a bathstool and a toilet chair.
The company also provides crutches for those with mobility problems.
Long Xinjian, 61, resident in the provincial capital of Changsha, has long suffered fro
m high blood pressure and coronary heart disease. He had fallen in the toilet several times, but now with p
ads, wall handrails, removable toilet chairs and bath stools installed, he no longer worries when using the toilet.
After a physical examination, wang li (a pseudonym) has become a “AIDS patients”.After 12 years, my roommate and best friend zhai a packed in wuji baife
ng pills into “anti-aids drugs”, for the price of a bottle of 670 yuan to 21000 for her.
Until when debugging a suspicion of fraud was indicted.Crime of fraud of the ch
aoyang court of first instance to zhai was sentenced to a prison for 10 years, a fin
e of 50000 yuan, and ordered the fraud by the range of more than 640000 yuan.Zhai one refuses to appeal.On Jan
uary 29th morning, Beijing three then rejected a second trial zhai a certain appeal, upheld.
Girlfriends to hide a hospital checking results
Women’s “AIDS” for 12 years
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an to rent together.In 2006, wang li accidental pregnancy, zhai a as girlfriends
accompany her to the hospital for surgery.Postoperative wang li always feeling unwell, and debugging a accom