Wang, from Laiwu in East China’s Shandong province, stood at 334 kg at his heaviest. In July 2018, he underwent a weight-loss surgery in which four-fifths of his stomach was removed. Half a year later, his weight has dropped to 192 kg. Liu Shaozhuang, a doctor with Qilu Hospital of Shandong University in charge of Wang’s surgery, told Beijing Youth Daily the surgery h as not had an impact on Wang’s digestion and he only needed to chew food well before swallowing it. Wang revealed that a philosophy of “eat less, exercise more” was also a reason for his becoming thinner. He said he didRead More →

teenager rescued from seven years of alleged maltreatment at the hands of his aunt and uncle has appeared before the court in Pingyuan county, Meizhou city, Guangdong province. The news came from a statement released by Guangdong High People’s Procuratorate on Friday. Xiao Ming‘s aunt was suspected to have maltreated him for more than seven years, starting when he was seven years old, resulting in severe physical and psychological damage, the statement said. Xiao, born in 2004, lived with his father after his parents divorced in May 2008. After his father died in a mining accident in October the same year however, Xiao was sentRead More →

the basic prerequisites that micro and small enterprises should meet to renew their loans and on the regulatory requirements for banking institutions to do this type of business. The loan renewal policy does not apply to real estate companies or enterprise group head office that are not engaged in production and business operation. Besides, qualified companies should not have delinquent loans and interests with malice, according to Jiang. In terms of pricing, the regulator said commercial banks should adhere to market principl es and encouraged banks to renew micro and small business loans at a lending rate no higher than the previous rate. As ofRead More →

ina is racing to the forefront of the global artificial intelligence sector, with six domestic companies earning their place on a recent list of the top 100 AI startups in the world. Released by venture capital database CB Insights, the list includes 23 startups headquartered ou tside the United States, including six each from China, Israel and the United Kingdom. Chinese companies SenseTime, YITU Technology, 4Paradigm, Face++, Momenta and Horizon Robotics made it onto the list. CB Insights reported Chinese startups SenseTime and Face++, which focus on facial recognitio n technologies, are the best-funded companies, followed by California-based tech company Zymergen. A total of 11Read More →

The M2, a broad measure of money supply that covers cash in circulation and all deposits, ro se 8.4 percent year-on-year to 186.59 trillion yuan at the end of January, according to the PBOC. The M2 growth was 0.3 percentage points up from the level at the end of December. The narrow measure of the money supply (M1), which covers cash in circulation plus demand deposits, rose 0.4 percent year-on-year to 54.56 trillion yuan by the end of last month. New yuan loans made to households reached 989.8 billion yuan last month, while t hose to non-financial enterprises and government institutions totaled 2.58 trillion yuan.Read More →

Experts said the Spring Festival holiday was the major factor behind the significant drop in property sales perfor mance nationwide in the first month of 2019 and did not necessarily represent a negative market trend for the industry. According to Centaline Property Agency’s research, in January property sales declined by 38 p ercent year-on-year in the first-tier cities of Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen. Among the four cities, Guangzhou saw the most dramatic decrease of 65 percent year-on-year, followed by Beijing, where home sales dropped by over 40 percent. Country Garden, one of the country’s biggest developers, sold 33 billion yuan ($4.88 billion) of propRead More →

WASHINGTON — A federal judge has found that Paul Ma nafort, US President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, has breached his plea a greement with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office by intentionally lying to prosecutors. Then-Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump gives a thumbs up as his campaign manager Pa ul Manafort looks on during Trump’s walk through at the Republican National Convention in C leveland, US, July 21, 2016. [Photo/Agencies] US District Judge Amy Berman Jackson sa ys in an order that there’s sufficient evidence that Manafort lied in breach of his plea agreement. The decision hurts Manafort’s chance of receiving a reduced sentence nextRead More →

husiastically rise to the occasion to correct the misconception that they are not romantic. Take the t ime to figure out what kind of gift would touch the heart of your woman, and buy it for her if you can af ford it. Fight the temptation to purchase gifts that are perhaps useful but not so romantic. Most women love it when men give them more personal gifts. A man should a llocate enough time to create a gift that a woman may truly appreciate, such as w riting a poem expressing his love for her, cooking a delicious meal for two, or arranging aRead More →

ion by the Beijing Film Academy, Peking University needs to take the initiative to launch its own inqu iry. On its official website, the university clearly states the procedures for enrolling a postdoctoral res earcher, which include at least four review stages after an applicant submits materials. When enrolling Zhai as a postdoctoral researcher, they should check many more materials besides his doctor’s degree. If Zhai is found to have academic problems, Peking University is partly responsible, too. As it is widely considered to be the top university in China, Peking University has very precious r esearch opportunities, which makes it a focus for theRead More →

Several ministry-level departments, including those for human resources and social security, civil affairs, and finance, have responded recently to issues of public concern. Employment survey to help job seekers The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Securit y has launched an online survey in an effort to improve services to job seekers. In a notice posted on its website on Feb 2, the ministry invited members of the public to fill in an employment questionnaire and give it a better understanding of the employment sit uation after the Feb 4-10 Spring Festival holiday. The survey is open to the public until Feb 20. Respondents canRead More →