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There were 215 million single people in China at the

end of 2017, accounting for about 16 percent of the population, ac

cording to the National Bureau of Statistics. Marriage registrations have fallen every year

since 2014, while the divorce rate has risen for 16 consecutive years, according to the Ministry of Civil Affairs.

Dining, traveling and pursuing activities individually have also become increasingly popular with singles in China.

Tang Chuan, a researcher with Sinolink Securities, said that without family burdens, singles

seem to be less inclined to save money, and their willingness to spend offers great potential for boosting the economy.

Sinolink Securities conducted research on singles born from 1985 to 1995 and found that about 40 percent of those in first- an

d second-tier cities live from paycheck to paycheck, while in lower-tier cities, the proportion is as high as 76 percent.

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Samsung Fold looks not so perfect from the outside beca

ause the camera must not be covered during the folding, while the battery is also thicker. Huawei Mate X looks better, but its display is not protected as well as that of Samsung Fold and faces higher risk of breaking should the phone be dropped.

The two share one thing in common, namely a high price — Both are rather expensive. The Samsu

ng Fold is priced at $1,980 while the Huawei Mate X is priced at 2,299 euros ($2,606). The high price will

quite seriously limit the marketing of the two products and make them the luxuries of rich people only.

According to our analysis and market forecasts, in 2019, the number of f

oldable smartphones and tablets sold globally might reach 900,000, which might do

uble in 2020. As a comparison, people globally bought 1.4 billion smartphones in 2018. In a word, unless its cost fall sh

arply, the market for foldable smartphones will be limited for the foreseeable future.

Yet both Huawei and Samsung have invested huge resources in the research, publicity, and mark

eting of foldable smartphones. There are two main causes for that. First, smartphones are already so

developed that there is hardly any new space for innovation. The iPhone 4 miracle of Steven Jobs can hardly be re

peated in the near future, so both companies need to show the world that they are innovating.

Second, foldable displays need special materials that are quite scarce i

n the market, so neither of the two companies can afford to wait for the other to rise. B

oth need to keep the market in a balance so as to ensure its own share of products.

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The UK would be ‘irresponsible’ to let Huawei into 5Gth

  Chinese tech giant Huawei is facing a new attack as it tries to persuade the UK government to let it help build super-fast 5G networks in the country.

  Top British cybersecurity officials are reportedly confident they can manage any risks from Huawei’s telecommunic

ations equipment, but a report published Wednesday by the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), a top security think tank, said that would be a mistake.

  ”Allowing Huawei’s participation is at best naive, at worst irresponsible,” the report said, sugg

esting such a move could compromise the United Kingdom’s communications infrastructure.

  UK spies think they can handle Huawei in 5G networks. The US doesn’t agree

  The US government is pushing allies around the world to block wireless operators from buying Huawei gear for the 5G networks t

hey’re starting to build. US officials say the company’s technology could be used by Chinese intelligence agencies for spying.

  Huawei and the Chinese government have repeatedly denied the US allegations. Huawei didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment Wednesday.

  The report’s release comes days after the Financial Times reported that the UK’s National Cyb

er Security Centre had concluded the risks of using Huawei equipment in 5G networks could be managed.

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Tianhe, another name for the galaxy in ancient China, imp

lies that the Chang’e 4 probe served as a pioneer in the history of human lunar exploration.

According to the IAU naming rules, the landing site name has the prefix of Statio in Latin. And so far onl

y two places have such a prefix, the first being the landing site of Apollo 11, Statio Tranquillitatis.

Zhinyu, Hegu and Tianjin are the names of stars in China’s ancient star chart, as the three pits in the lunar crater formed a shape similar to these three celestial bodies.

Mount Tai is one of the five most famous mountains in China in East China’s Shandong province and stands 1,545 me

ters tall above sea level. The central peak, Mons Tai, in the lunar crater measures 1,565 meters in height from its base.

In August 2010 and October 2015, China had applied to name the landing sites of Chang’e 1 and Ch

ang’e 3, and gained approval, and in January this year, China applied to the IAU for the five new names.

So far, a total of 12 lunar features have been named by China.

Naming entities on lunar surfaces started in the 17th century in Europe, and in the 20th century, the U

nited States and the former Soviet Union had the most names due to their lunar explorations.

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sq m, Tiantongyuan includes five major communities with

subdistricts that were built in 2000. In the first three years of the century, the population quickly rose to more than 100,000.

The family of Beijing native Du Bo moved to Tiantongyuan in 2005 because at 5,600 yuan per sq m the area was still relatively cheap.

“Our old home in Haidian district was scheduled for urgent demolition, so we had to find another place to live,” the 26-year-old said.

Though the family would have preferred an apartment in the downtown, Du’s parents could not afford

to move to such an expensive area. The urgency of the situation meant the family of four, which included his grandfather, had no alt

ernative but to move to the 120-sq-m, three-bedroom apartment in Tiantongyuan.

“Dirty” and “chaotic” were Du’s first impressions of the neighborhood. Unlicensed traders bloc

ked the roads, meaning people could not park their cars, and feral cats and dogs often ap

peared on the streets. As a result, some people simply bought apartments to rent to tenants.

Du said he has heard that in a building near his tower block, one bedroom can accommodate eight people. “It’s like a dormitory at college,” he said.

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me the world’s only host of both the Summer and Winter Olym

“Hosting the 2022 Winter Olympics is an important support to the coordinated development of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei r

egion,” Xi said, adding that Hebei Province must develop together with Beijing.

During his visit to the national winter sports training center, Xi stressed promoting sports

manship with Chinese characteristics, boosting coordinated development of mass sports, competitive sp

orts and the sports industry, and speeding up building China into a country strong on sports.

Vice Premier Han Zheng, also a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, acco

mpanied Xi on the inspection tour of the preparation work for the Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

Chinese President Xi Jinping, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Ce

ntral Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, visits a small restaurant

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Russian woman in Wuhan wishes to see the world by

A Russian woman who lives in Wuhan, central China’s Hubei Province, has said she hopes

that there will be more trains linking China and Europe in th future, so that one day sh

e will be able to travel around the world by the China-Europe passenger train, Chinanews.com reported on Feb. 1.

With the Spring Festival approaching, almost all Chinese people are heading home fo

r family reunions across the country. Instead of returning to her hometown in Russia, Li

u Yina (Chinese name) has decided to stay in Wuhan and enjoy the traditional Chinese festival.

Liu, who is fluent in Chinese, works for Wuhan Asia-Europe Logistics Co., Ltd., the opera

tor of China-Europe freight trains between Wuhan and Europe and a public platform for international logistics and transportation services.

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The team’s training team real Madrid team B, 0 to

  Beijing time tonight 19 points, the team’s training team at the invitation of real Madrid football club and real Madrid team B

for a friendly, ultimately the team’s training team to 4-0 defeat to real Madrid team B cassidy.

  At the invitation of real Madrid team’s training team at real Madrid for two days

of training and competition.Beijing time tonight 19 points, the team’s

second team training team play against real Madrid, this is also the zippers on Spain’s final warm-up ga

me, eventually the team’s training team to 4-0 defeat to real Madrid team B cassidy.

  The team‘s training team first grain of goal

  At this point the team’s training team in Spain’s warm-up match already all over, team coach has stay

ed back home in advance, then 4 days training team will arrange training and competition.As plan

ned, the players will go home New Year’s day on February 3rd, nearly four months of training for the time being.

  The team’s training record 11 warm-up game for 2-3-6, scoring 11 goals in total, and 20 goals.

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CBA Dunk Contest Press Stand Fighting Conflict

Tencent Sports News Beijing time January 12, 2019 CBA All-Star Weekend first competition day,

in Qingdao Guoxin Sports Center. In the preliminaries of the dunk contest, there was a shocking scene.

At that time, the preliminary dunk contest was in progress, but there was a riot in the back of the basketball rack on the side of the court.

The two men fought and fought with each other directly. This scene was also inadvertently broadcasted by the rebroadcast camera.

Fortunately, under the persuasion of other staff nearby, the two men were separated quickly, avoiding further escalation of the situation.

Later, it was learned that the two parties involved in the conflict were technicians of a certain broadcasting media. During their work, they had

disagreements and quarrels, and then the verbal conflict further evolved into a physical conflict.

Fortunately, this conflict did not affect the CBA dunk contest, otherwise it would have a negative impact on the overall image of the league.

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Green Army defeat Magic Owen doubts Stevens

Boston Celtics lost 103-105 to Orlando Magic in today’s NBA regular season. At the end of 2.9 seconds, the Celtics, who were two points behind, made the final attack, and Hayward,

who served, passed the ball to Tatum, who lost the game. Celtics star Owen showed his doubts about teammate Hayward’s

passing after the game because he failed to make a final strike.

In fact, Owen had disagreed with coach Brad Stevens when the Celtics laid out their last offensive tactics on the final

suspension. When Stevens finished his tactics and Celtic pla

yers were back on the pitch, Owen was still talking intensely with Stevens off the pitch and seemed to disagree with the

coach’s arrangement for the final goal.

Back on the pitch, Owen stood behind the midline and defended Evan Funier, who was much slower th

an him. It seems Owen wanted to quicken his throw of Funiye and finish the kill, but

before he started running, Hayward had passed the ball to Tatum.

With Tatum’s mid-range whistle shot coming out of the box, Owen once again showed his dissatisfaction. He moved from the top of the

arc to Hayward, holding out his hands as if questioning why Hayward had not passed the ball to him to complete the

kill. However, they did not quarrel about it. Hayward reached out and clapped Owen, who also responded in a friendly way.

From the playback point of view, Hayward’s passing was not a big problem,

Tatum had run out of position at that time, and Owen had not yet started action. Hayw

ard probably also feared that he would eventually fail to pass the ball out, which would result in a five-second service

violation, so he passed the ball to Tatum, who was in a better position at the time.

After the game, Celtics coach Stevens spoke in an interview about the team’s final attack: “When

you are in that position, it takes some luck to get your shot in.” However,

Stevens said he thought Tatum’s final attack was of high quality.

According to journalist Adam Simmelsbach, Owen sat quietly in the dressing room after

the game, staring ahead, never taking a bath, and most of his teammates had changed their clothes and left the court.

Owen scored 25 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists in 32 minutes. He cut 15 points in the 7th minute of the fourth quarter and

felt hot. That’s why Owen showed his excitement and depression at the end of the game.

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