President Biden has recently faced a great deal of trouble. Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy announced that he had directed the House to open an impeachment inquiry into Biden based on his overseas business, alleging potential “abuse of power, obstruction and corruption” concerning his son’s business transactions and family finances while serving as Vice President.
After the Fukushima nuclear accident, Japan used a large amount of seawater to cool its reactors. And over the years, more than 1,000 giant water storage tanks have gradually reached their capacity. To solve that problem, the Japanese government has decided to start discharging "treated" Fukushima radioactive wastewater into the Pacific Ocean from August 24, 2023 onwards. Although the discharge plan has been tested and reviewed by the IAEA, some people are still not convinced by the official data.
Speaking of the top issues recently, Japan's discharge of Fukushima radioactive water inevitably takes the very lead.
The discharge has already aroused wild attention at home and abroad, and has as well triggered a series of relevant heated issues. For example, the pollution of seawater raised people's concerns about the source of salt production. People's fear of losing salt or increasing salt prices eventually transformed into a rush for salt in the markets nationally.
When it comes to the most popular animal these days, surely a large number of netizens will call out the name Capybara. The quirky combination of lovely capybara and the song of the same name makes it quickly go viral on TikTok.
Chinese coffee giant Luckin Coffee opened its 10,000th store in the country in June, expanding its lead at an amazing speed. Now Luckin is upgrading its brand image by collaborating with Moutai Kweichow, one of China's top liquor brands, on an exclusive co-branded "liquor latte". The "liquor latte" unprecedentedly triggered a mad scramble from the public.
According to USA Today, the latest data released by the U.S. Census Bureau on the 12th reveals that the child poverty rate in the U.S. has doubled in the past two years, primarily due to factors such as high inflation.
For those who live in Hong Kong and wish to change their future for themselves or the next generation, housing and savings are undoubtedly the first step in deciding whether they will stay. After solving their livelihood problems, how long they can stay depends on whether Hong Kong can provide them with the development opportunities and interpersonal space they desire. In this article, we will take a look at the plight of Hong Kong drifters from the perspectives of work and socialization.
Recently, Chinese short-form video hosting service Douyin has seen a surge in users imitating a middle-aged influencer whose exaggerated antics have amused and bewildered many. However, the top influencer, boasting 10 million fans, was abruptly removed from the platform. Speculation is rife, with some suggesting tax issues, while others believe he may have deceived his fans.
To obtain wealth, we must first construct roads. The construction of the "Belt and Road" will be the fulcrum of global economic development, provide a stronger impetus to globalization, and promote the reform of traditional globalization to make it open, inclusive, and mutually beneficial. Westerners frequently ask, "Will China become more like the West or more like itself?" "Is 'Belt and Road' China's attempt to establish its own global order?"
Dean of the School of Journalism and Information Communication at Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) delivered a speech to the freshmen of the journalism major at the opening ceremony, in which he mentioned Zhang Xuefeng, a teacher who has recently become a hit on the Internet.
Dubbed one of the "Four Ancient Cities in China," Langzhong Ancient City was designed with the theory of the "unity of heaven and man." If you wonder how traditional Chinese philosophies can be applied in real life and want to have an in-depth understanding of such ancient wisdom, Langzhong Ancient City is a perfect destination for you.
Recently, Chinese President Xi Jinping came to Jiange, Guangyuan. Listening to the history of the ancient Shu Road, he noted that we should protect the ancient Shu Road and pass on the excellent traditional Chinese culture. His visit demonstrates that through thousands of years, Shu Road still retains its significance.
On August 3, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism in China unveiled the first batch of national smart tourism immersive experience pilot sites, encompassing destinations like the highly acclaimed "Chang'an Twelve Hours" smart tour, "Night at the Yellow Crane Tower" smart tour, and "Leap over the Riverside Scene at Qingming Festival" smart tour. This move provides examples for the burgeoning development of immersive tourism.