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ness windowing model that we're looking at," Chapek noted."Mulan" has been delayed multiple times in response to the pandemic. Disney announced last month that it would postpone indefinitely the release of "Mulan." The film was first scheduled to hit U.S. theaters on March 27 but was later rescheduled to July 24, before being delayed to Aug. 21.Based on the legend of an ancient Chinese heroine, th

  ness windowing model that we're looking at," Chapek noted."Mulan" has been delayed multiple times in response to the pandemic. Disney announced last month that it would postpone indefinitely the release of "Mulan." The film was first scheduled to hit U.S. theaters on March 27 but was later rescheduled to July 24, before being delayed to Aug. 21.Based on the legend of an ancient Chinese heroine, th  Chinese authorities have issued a circular to further cut costs for enterprises to help them tide over the COVID-19 pandemic.The average costs of broadband for enterprises will fall by 15 percent this year, said the circular jointly issued by four government departments including the National Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Ministry of Finance and the People's Bank of China.The exemption policy for value-added tax will be extended to the end of this year, involving the sectors of public transportation, catering and accommodation, tourism and entertainment, culture and sports services, the circular said.Small businesses are allowed to postpone their income tax payments until next year and illegal charges on enterprises will be eliminated, it said.Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises will be exempted from the payment of basic pension, unemployment and work-related injury insurance until the end of the year, the circular said.Chinese authorities have issued a circular to further cut costs for enterprises to help them tide over the COVID-19 pandemic.The average costs of broadband for enterprises will fall by 15 percent this year, said the circular jointly issued by four government departments including the National Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Ministry of Fi

  ed to set up new disciplines such as emergency management and elderly care management, and develop majors including preventive medicine and traditional Chinese medicine rehabilitation.The ministry also advocated in a document on undergraduate education released in October 2019 that colleges give students greater autonomy in learning and increase minor subject offerings to cultivate interdisciplina  ce it resorted to our patent, it ought to pay a reasonable price to us," he said.Trials between the two companies date back to 2012, when Zhizhen first accused Apple of IPR infringement on its voice recognition patent. Trials at a Shanghai court first opened in 2013. But the case has been pending due to another lawsuit launched by Apple in Beijing regarding the validity of Xiao-i Robot's patent. T

High school graduates across China have made up their minds during this year's college admissions season and their choices of major have once again become a much-discussed topic on social media.Zhong Fangrong, a high school graduate in central China's Hunan Province, applied to Peking University and chose archaeology as her major after she scored 676 out of 750 in the national college entrance examination, also known as the gaokao.Opinions online are split over the young village girl's choice. Some expressed admiration and support for her, while some commented that it was a pity that she wasted the high score choosing an "unpopular" major.Zhong was not alone in choosing a college major based on personal interest and aspiration rather than the promise of a lucrative career in the future.This year, a total of 10.71 million Chinese students took the gaokao, which was delayed by one month to early July due to the COVID-19 epidemic.Colleges across the country offered admission policy consultation services online for college candidates and their parents following the release of scores.Inquiries by students at the enrollment and employment department at the Beijing-based University of International Business and Economics have shown that high schoolers are keeping up with current events and are likely to make far-sighted decisions in terms of their college major choice, said Xu Song, head of the department.According to a 2019 survey by Beijing Normal University, a number of college majors that used to be unpopular, such as history, museology, Chinese language and literature and psychology, have in recent years become the most popular majors among high school graduates born in the 2000s."Growing up in an era of information explosion, students of this generation are more independent and willing to try new things as they have greater access to various information. They place greater emphasis on their personal interests and self-realization when deciding on a major," said Yue Long, professor of education at Shanghai Normal University."I love sports and I have been watching all kinds of sporting events. I'm considering becoming a journalist or a self-media operator," said Sun Jiayue, a college candidate in Beijing, who decided almost three years ago to study sports journalism at college.For candidate Han Guangqi, pursuing nursing is the right choice as she believes nurses are in high demand in society. "This year is very special," she said. "The epidemic made me realize how important medicine is."In a bid to boost the dynamic development of academic disciplines at colleges, the Ministry of Education has rolled out policies to support emerging disciplines and curb the excessive expansion of once-popular majors with falling job prospects.Colleges have been encouraged to set up new disciplines such as emergency management and elderly care management, and develop majors including preventive medicine and traditional Chinese medicine rehabilitation.The ministry also advocated in a document on undergraduate education released in October 2019 that colleges give students greater autonomy in learning and increase minor subject offerings to cultivate interdisciplinary experts.High school graduates across China have made up their minds during this year's college admissions season and their choices of major have once again become a much-discussed topic on social media.Zhong Fangrong, a high school graduate in central China's Hunan Province, applied to Peking University and chose archaeology as her major after she scored 676 out of 750 in the national college entrance exa如下图

  Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusThe United Nations (UN) on Monday announced the closure of its office in Lusaka, the Zambian capital, after seven staff members tested positive for COVID-19.The UN said it has temporarily closed all its offices in the Zambian capital to visitors and personnel for a period of 14 days after seven staff members and dependents tested positive for COVID-19, a spokesperson said.The closure takes effect from August 3, 2020.Mark Maseko, the information officer, said the closure was meant to strengthen prevention measures against the virus in the workplace.The closure will also facilitate necessary additional preventive, protective and tracing measures following a rise in the number of UN family in order to mitigate and prevent contamination risks in its premises, he added.He added that the UN branch in Zambia has been working on a reduced physical footprint for all its premises since the activation of its business community plan in March this year in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.According to him, since the outbreak of the pandemic, all UN agencies continued their operations in support of Zambia's development and humanitarian priorities and in the implementation of the government COVID-19 multisectoral contingency and response plan, with many of its personnel working under partial or full-time telecommuting.Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusThe United Nations (UN) on Monday announced the closure of its office in Lusaka, the Zambian capital, after seven staff members tested positive for COVID-19.The UN said it has temporarily closed all its offices in the Zambian capital to visitors and personnel for a period of 14 days after seven staff members and dependents tested positive for COVID-19, a sp

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