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时间:2020年09月26日 01:56 作者:清成春 浏览量:96595

    

  hange among the leading quartet - Belgium, France, Brazil and England remain the top four in that order. Portugal has moved into the top five thanks to victories over Croatia (8th, down two) and Sweden (18th, down one).Other countries moving in the right direction are Spain (7th, up one), Italy (12th, up one), the Netherlands (13th, up one), and Germany (14th, up one), with each gaining one place  The United States on Wednesday imposed new restriction measures against Cuba, an effort to further deny Havana sources of revenue.The new measures will prohibit U.S. citizens from "lodging at certain properties in Cuba, importing Cuban-origin alcohol and tobacco products, attending or organizing professional meetings or conferences in Cuba, and participating in and organizing certain public performances, clinics, workshops, competitions, and exhibitions in Cuba," the Treasury Department said in a statement.President Donald Trump first announced these measures during his Wednesday remarks to honor the Bay of Pigs veterans.Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel on Tuesday condemned Washington's intensified economic blockade against the island nation during his video address to the 75th session of the UN General Assembly.In April 1961, the U.S. government supported an abortive invasion by Cuban exiles at the Bay of Pigs in southwest Cuba, after the 1959 Cuba Revolution led by Fidel Castro overthrew a U.S.-friendly government.The United States on Wednesday imposed new restriction measures against Cuba, an effort to further deny Havana sources of revenue.The new measures will prohibit U.S. citizens from "lodging at certain properties in Cuba, importing Cuban-origin alcohol and tobacco products, attending or organizing professional meetings or conferences in Cuba, and participating in and organizing certain public perfor

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  equipment home.Products such as scales to measure body fat, massage guns and treadmills are among the bestselling products on e-commerce platforms.Over the past two years, online purchases of fitness equipment have increased significantly, particularly among women who attach great importance to body management, according to 2019 statistics from e-commerce platform Tmall.In China's major cities, ho

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A fitness enthusiast tries out a smart treadmill in a smart gym in the Guihang community in Guiyang, capital of Southwest China's Guizhou province. [Photo/people.cn]Many Chinese people greet each other with "Have you eaten yet?" to show their friendliness. Recently, a new greeting has emerged in many Chinese cities: "Have you lost weight?"Chen Xin, a mid-level manager of a media company in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, has surprised his friends after getting slimmer."Following instructions from my nutritionist, I went on a diet and lost 10 kilograms," Chen said with a satisfied smile.In recent years, food-delivery services have been growing quickly and entering every corner of Chinese cities. In addition, Chinese people can easily get access to foods from all over the world. But people are paying more and more attention to their health.On food-delivery platforms, food labeled "low calorie" and "light food", including whole wheat bread and coarse grain products, are becoming popular.More people are becoming familiar with various terms, such as "sugar cutoff" and "low-calorie Fast Diet plan"."I used to eat a lot of unhealthy food, which brought me much trouble. My blood lipids, uric acid, and other indicators used to be far higher than normal levels," Chen said."Now my health indicators are becoming normal, and I can feel that my body is in good condition again."Chen is not alone. Many Chinese are troubled with "diseases of affluence", including obesity and hypertension, as the quality of life for most has greatly improved over the past decades. Most people no longer need to worry if they have enough food, but rather if they have a healthy diet.According to statistics from global market research firm Euromonitor International, the global meal replacement market reached $66.1 billion in 2017, of which the Chinese market contributed 57.1 billion yuan ($8.45 billion). The Chinese market is expected to reach 120 billion yuan in 2022.Despite healthier diets, many people believe that it is not enough to only control your food intake to lose weight. Exercise is also of vital importance.Jiang Yichen, a consultant at a foreign consulting firm in Beijing, trains in a gym if he finishes work early."Doing sports provides me with energy, and dopamine gives me a lot of pleasure after I sweat," Jiang said.Like Jiang, many people are fond of sports, and some even take fitness equipment home.Products such as scales to measure body fat, massage guns and treadmills are among the bestselling products on e-commerce platforms.Over the past two years, online purchases of fitness equipment have increased significantly, particularly among women who attach great importance to body management, according to 2019 statistics from e-commerce platform Tmall.In China's major cities, holding marathons has also become fashionable. According to the China Marathon Annual Report, released by the China Athletics Association, 1,828 marathons were held nationwide in 2019, covering 31 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities, with 7.12 million participants.Health is an important manifestation of a country's soft power, and the improvement of overall health conditions can have a positive impact on economic development, said Wang Hufeng, a professor at the School of Public Administration of Renmin University of China."China will succeed in building a moderately prosperous society in all respects this year, with health becoming a huge industry," said Li Hua, deputy director of the Zhejiang Provincial Sports Bureau."Health is a major issue of concern for the Chinese people. It is also an important part of the public's sense of fulfillment, happiness and security," Wang said.A fitness enthusiast tries out a smart treadmill in a smart gym in the Guihang community in Guiyang, capital of Southwest China's Guizhou province. [Photo/people.cn]Many Chinese people greet each other with "Have you eaten yet?" to show their friendliness. Recently, a new greeting has emerged in many Chinese cities: "Have you lost weight?"Chen Xin, a mid-level manager of a media company in Hangzho如下图

U.S. electric automaker Tesla has filed a lawsuit with the U.S. Court of International Trade in New York, which aims to prevent the Trump administration from collecting tariffs on car parts it imports from China, according to a Bloomberg report on Wednesday.The case seeks an order to declare the duties unlawful and a refund with interest on the amounts it has already paid, Bloomberg reported.U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer is named as the defendant in the case. Tesla is challenging the actions he made, arguing that the increased cost of imports would hurt the financial state of the company, the report said.The case is labeled as Tesla Inc. v. U.S., 20-03142, U.S. Court of International Trade in New York, according to the report.The company aimed to avoid the 25 percent tariffs on the Chinese-made computer and central display screens used in its Model 3 sedan."Avoiding a trade war will benefit all countries," Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in April 2018. Tesla has built a gigafactory in China's Shanghai after the U.S.-China trade war raged on.U.S. electric automaker Tesla has filed a lawsuit with the U.S. Court of International Trade in New York, which aims to prevent the Trump administration from collecting tariffs on car parts it imports from China, according to a Bloomberg report on Wednesday.The case seeks an order to declare the duties unlawful and a refund with interest on the amounts it has already paid, Bloomberg reported.U.S.

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But they're at least partially, if not largely, lost to the rise and fall of many dynasties, leaving behind ruins that serve as archaeological puzzles that experts are still putting together.But in the heart of Beijing stands a 720,000-square-meter palace complex made of wood and earthen bricks, the largest surviving specimen of its kind in the world.And this compound, which served as the imperial palace from 1420 to 1911, where 24 emperors once lived, is celebrating the 600th anniversary of its completion this year.For this special moment, the Meridian Gate Galleries by the museum's entrance have become a "lobby "to receive visitors to the ongoing exhibition, Everlasting Splendor: Six Centuries at the Forbidden City, which will run through Nov 15."There are so many things to talk about within 600 years," says Zhao Peng, director of the museum's architectural heritage department, who is also the exhibition's main curator."It's better to focus on the 'city'-that is, the architecture-to see how this place formed and evolved … It's the crystallized wisdom and talent of the ancient Chinese."Still, it's not easy to select just 450 items, including construction components and emperors' relics, to unfurl a panoramic picture of architectural glamour.Eighteen landmark years during the six centuries of history have been chosen to highlight the exhibits in chronological order to show how the compound was born, grew up and matured."From these slices of time, we can see the bigger historical picture," Zhao says.In 1406, Zhu Di, the third emperor of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), proposed moving the national capital from Nanjing, capital of today's Jiangsu province, to Beijing, where he once resided as a prince and could better safeguard the northern frontiers.[Photo provided to China Daily]1234Next >>|Taihe Dian is one of the biggest draws for visitors to the imperial complex. 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Such an ornament is also exhibited for people to examine more closely.Ancient artisans knew that more practical fire controls were needed. Firewalls have stood by the two wings of today's Taihe Dian since the 1695 rebuild. An exhibited Ming painting shows there were previously two wooden corridors."We've seen many references in paintings that indicate buildings' original appearances," says Di Yajing, deputy director of the museum's department of architectural heritage."However, we need further investigation, archaeological research and the study of documents to see if these paintings accurately match historical facts."Some folk legends say Li Zicheng, a rebel leader, burned down the entire Forbidden City in 1644, marking the fall of the Ming Dynasty.This has led many among the general public to believe that most key structures were rebuilt during the Qing Dynasty, but academic research indicates the opposite."The wooden frames of many Ming buildings are still very well preserved," Di says."And some buildings have Ming foundations but Qing roofs. It's difficult to judge which dynasty a building is from. 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