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ʵΪķʵΨ岢޵ķʸıǶԡʵʷѧǶʱϰƽǵҪȫͶģ³ľ·ֿջλ˾ߺ걦˵иܵǶ½Ӻ͹ػܺ͹Mostpreschoolersstruggletogotoschoolontheirown,letalonetrek5miles(8kilometers)ofsnowfieldpackedwithwolvesinsubzerotemperatureinSiberia.However,afour-year-oldgirlSaglanaSalchakinRussia"sTuvarepublicdidjustthatlastmonthtofetchhelpforhergrandmother.Herheroicmovetouchedsoulsaroundtheworld,butalsoraisedconcernaboutproperparentalcareandpoorlocalfacilities.Herjourneybeganwhenshewasaskedbyhergrandfathertogethelpwhenshefoundher60-year-oldgrandmothermotionless.Hergrandfather,whoisblind,didnotrealizeitwas5amandpitchdark,reportedSiberianTimes.Theonlythingthegirlhadwasmatches,whichshetookincasesheneededtolightafire,andfollowedthetracksofahorsesled,partlyonafrozenriver,whichsheknewledtotheneighbor"shome8kilometersaway."ItwasverycoldandIwassohungry,"shelatersaid."ButIwasn"tscared.Ijustkeptwalking,walking,walking.AndIfinallygotthere."Themedicalpersonnellaterdiscoveredthatthegrandmotherhaddiedofaheartattack.Thegirl"sstorysoonwentviralandwonheartsofmany."Thisfour-year-oldisamazing.Mykidswon"tevenwalktotheneighbor"shouse,"saidaparentonfreerangekids.com."HatsofftothebravestgirlinSiberia!"tweetedScotuehlinger.TheTuvansareaTurkicpeopleethnicgrouplivinginsouthernSiberia.TheyarehistoricallyknownasoneoftheUriankhai,fromtheMongoliandesignation.Ashistoricallycattle-herdingnomads,theTuvanchildrenarebetterpreparedforemergenciesthantheircounterpartslivinginthecities.Theyridehorsesataveryyoungage,andcanwalkfartherthannormalpeople.Despitethis,localpeoplestillworriedaboutherwhenretrospectthescene."Tuvahassimplyfilledupwithwolves,"saidSemyonRubtsov,headoftheregionalsearchandrescuegrouptotheKomsomolskayaPravdanewspaper.

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Theconceptusesthatgrewoutoftheembryoniccellsbroughtbackfromspace.[ScreenshotofCCTVreport]TheembryoniccellsofthemangobroughtbackbymannedspacecraftShenzhouXIlastNovemberafterthe33-dayspacemissionhavenowgrownnewtissuesatalabinSouthChina"sHainanprovince.Thesecellsweredevelopedunderanexperimentdesignedtocultivateanewvarietyofmangothroughenvironmentalmutationinspace.Scientists"nextstagetaskistostudyhowthemutationcanaffectthefruitandfurthercultivatethebreedthatcanbecome"spacemangoes"."Spacemangoesareexpectedtobeinsect-resistant,ofhigherqualityandprovidemoreoutput,"saidPengLongrong,headoftheproject,toCCTV.ɵСŮ˵Լǰ챻ϵݴ˾Ļܵ÷¿ѧУʦǵøŮҽǼƿܲо仯ΨһҪijΪ˲ɷָһ᲻

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ָܿҴϢʾʻԱòdzΪһʵԺйظĽҪ񺽾֯ٿ˹淶͸Ľϵ̸ܽ׶ԹһȷҪCurrentlyonafour-nationtourofEurope,JapanesePrimeMinisterShinzoAbeisseekingthesupportofEuropeancountriesinhisbidtogettheSouthChinaSeadisputesontheagendafortheG7summit,tobeheldinItalyinMay.GiventhatneitherJapannoranyEuropeancountriesaredirectlyinvolvedinthemaritimedisputesintheSouthChinaSea,Abeisshowinghisdesiretomeddleintheissueforhisownends.ThisisnotthefirsttimethatAbehastriedtohijacktheG7agendaandsoughttointernationalizetheSouthChinaSeadisputestoservehisulteriorpoliticalpurposes.AbehasbeenrelentlesslypushingtogetJapandeeplyinvolvedintheSouthChinaSeadisputestojustifyhiscountry"sbiggermilitarypresenceintheinternationalarena.DaysbeforeAbeembarkedonhisEuropeantour,itwasreportedthatJapanwilldispatchtheIzumo-classhelicoptercarrier,itslargestwarship,totheSouthChinaSea.The249-metervesselisduetomakestopsinSingapore,Indonesia,thePhilippinesandSriLankabeforeparticipatinginajointnavalexercisewithIndianandUSnavalvesselsintheIndianOceaninJuly.ThiswillbeJapan"sbiggestshowofnavalforceintheregionsinceWorldWarII.Foracountrythathasneversincerelyowneduptoitsmilitaristpast,suchanopenandhigh-profiledisplayofforceisitselfalarming,withoutmentioningitsintendedpurposeofmeddlinginthesovereigntydisputestowhichitisnotaparty.Japan"sinterferencecomesatatimewhentheSouthChinaSeadisputeshaveshownclearsignsofabatingthankstotherecenteffortsofthepartiesdirectlyinvolved,andwhenChinaisnegotiatingaframeworkforacodeofconductwithSoutheastAsiancountries,whichwillpavethewayforbuildingpeaceandstabilityinthewaters.Abe"smeddlingintheissue,atthisimportantstage,laysbarehisintentionofplayinguptheissueandcreatingtroubleforChina.Andhewillnodoubtwanttokeephypinguptheissuetodistracttheattentionofthoseathomefromthelandscandalinwhichheandhiswifehavebecomeembroiled.YetwhileitmaysuitAbetoplayuptheSouthChinaSeaissue,heshouldbeawarethemorehedoes,themorepeopleintheregionwillnotdeemJapantobearesponsiblecountry,animageJapanhastoestablishinthefirstplaceifitwantstobetreatedasanormalcountry.

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ηɱʦѧŴѧԺý崫оźҽʦѧŴѧԺִԺ淢ѶĿǰǾҪɶ֮һFlipkart;ģʽҲΪӽҵʿ߱ʾѶɹҪעFlipkart֮Ļ...Partners:||||||||||Media:||||Portals:|||||||||Organizations:|||||||||...|||||Copyright1995-2010.Allrightsreserved.Thecontent(includingbutnotlimitedtotext,photo,multimediainformation,etc)publishedinthissitebelongstoChinaDailyInformationCo(CDIC).WithoutwrittenauthorizationfromCDIC,suchcontentshallnotberepublishedorusedinanyform.Note:Browserswith1024*768orhigherresolutionaresuggestedforthissite.LicenseforpublishingmultimediaonlineRegistrationNumber:

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ԼӹԪǰ4000ʯΪݳƷʼΪĸнײʹеʯʸԭ򱱲Sleepiscrucialforbabies,andtomarkWorldSleepDay,whichfellonMarch21,diaperbrandPampersispromotingawarenessonsleeptrainingfortheyoungones.AccordingtoaWhitePaperontheSleepQualityofChineseBabiesreleasedinDecemberlessthan6percentofparentsknowwhytheirbabiesdonotenjoyagoodnight"ssleep."Manyparentsdonothaveanunderstandingoftheimportanceofteachingababytosleep,"saysWangRonghui,aninfantdevelopmentexpert,whoisalsoababysleepconsultant."RecentresearchinCanadashowsthatpropereducationonbabysleeptrainingcouldresolve40percentofbabies"sleepproblems,"saysWang.Theconsultantalsosuggeststhatparentspayattentiontotheirbaby"ssignalstoguidethebabytosleep,suchasthebeginningofatranceandthegradualquietnessofthebody."Cradlesongsareimportantandeffectiveincomfortingandcalmingbabiesandguidingthemtofallasleep,"shesays.AccordingtotheWhitePaper,babiesagedbetween6and12monthsinparticularhaverestlessnightsandwakeupmultiplestimes."Andwetandleakydiaperscandisrupttheirsleep,"saysWang."So,overnightdiapersarebetterbecausetheyarethickerandmoreabsorbentthanregularones."Related:ʾһйָΪ29.6%ϼ0.4ٷֵ

йܱ༭йóٻḱ᳤2019԰ܴйCHANGSHA-Theworld"slongestandhighestglassbridge,inZhangjiajie,CentralChina"sHunanprovince,isscrappingtheentrancefeeforIsraelitouristsfortherestofthisyear.Themoveistocelebratethe25thanniversaryofdiplomatictiesbetweenChinaandIsraelandtopaytributetotheskywalk"sIsraelidesignerHaimDotan.IsraelicitizenscarryingtheirpassportsareentitledtoafreetripacrosstheglassbridgelocatedinZhangjiajieGrandCanyon,aswellastootherpartsofthearea,fromMarch21toDec31.Dotan,whoalsodesignedtheIsraeliPavillionattheWorldExpoinShanghaiin2010,saidhisworkinZhangjiajiewasinspiredbyChinesephilosopherLao-tzu.OpenedinlateAugust,the430-meterlong,six-meterwidebridgeispavedwith99panesofthree-layertransparentglassandhangsbetweentwosteepcliffs300metersabovetheground.Thebridgeset10worldrecordsforitsdesignandconstruction.ԭԴеվ㽫פվƽ̨VIPֲվлչʱЧԼͬʱVIPֲṩĸ޷פVIPֲվҲȻлʱЧԽչʾ

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̨۹׼ݻ׶͸ɽĽЭϣƶ̨ѧYetonSunday,somevisitorstotheparkphotographedmembersofafamilygettingofftheircar,notoncebuttwiceinsidethepark.Witnessessaythefamilyincludedatleastonecouple,aseniorcitizenandtwochildren.Attheinterventionoftheguards,theygotbackintothecarbutonlytogetoffagainandbeingforcedtogetintotheircarasecondtime.AlthoughtheparkannouncedonMondaythatitcanprotectvisitorsfromanyattackbecausetheanimalsaresegregated,thefamily"smovewasstilldangerousasthesecuritysystemisnot100percentfoolproof.What"sworse,theyinviteddangersasvisitorswerebannedfromgettingoffcarsonroadsforfearoftrafficaccidents.Theincidentsparkedfiercediscussionsonline,andmanynetizenscomparedittotwopreviousincidents.OnJuly23lastyear,awomansurnamedZhaowhogotoffhercarintheBadalingWildlifeParkwasdraggedawaybyatiger.Shewasmauledandseriouslyinjuredbythetiger,andhermotherdiedtryingtosaveher.OnJan19thisyear,amanclimbedoverawalltoenterthetigers"enclaveinYoungorZooinNingbo,EastChina"sZhejiangprovince.Themanwaskilledbythetigers,andoneofthetigerswasshotdeadduringtheoperationtorescuehim.Intheprevioustwotragedies,manypeoplesurprisinglydidn"tshowsympathyfortherule-breakers.Andthosenetizensthatcriticizedtherule-breakerssayingtherule-breakersdeservetobepunishedsparkedheateddebates.It"stime,however,thatChinesepeoplekeptinmindtheimportanceofobeyingrules.Whatmanypeopleforgetisthefactthatrule-breakersareanunnecessaryburdenonsociety.Topreventpeoplefromrepeatingthefatalmistakesofthevisitorsofsomevisitors,thewildlifeparkhastopostinnumerableguardsalongtheroads,whichinturnincreasesthepriceoftickets.Inotherwords,ordinaryvisitorshavetopayforthewrongdoingsofafewrule-breakers.Infact,manyadministrativemovesarenecessitatedtopreventafewfrombreakingrules.Mostpeoplepayforthemetroridestheytake.Still,everyonehastogothroughticket-checkingmachinesbecauseafewdonotpaythefare.Thismeansallpassengershavetopayfortheticket-checkingmachinesjustbecausesomecommutersbreaktherules.AftertheTempleofHeavenParkinBeijingstartedprovidingfreetissuepapersinitspublictoiletsaweekago,somemediareportssaidsomevisitorswereseentakinglargenumbersoftissuepapers.Todealwiththeproblem,theparkinstalledamachineinallthetoiletsinsidetheparkovertheweekend,andeveryonehastopassavideotesttogetacertainnumberoftissuepapers.Eveninthiscase,rule-breakers,whoarefewinnumber,haveincreasedthefinancialandsocialcostforall.Onlywhentherelatedauthoritiesdeviseamechanismtocompeltherule-breakerstopayfortheincreaseinmaintenanceandsecuritycostscantheyhelppeoplebetterunderstandtheimportanceofobeyingrules.TheauthorisawriterwithChinaDaily.zhangzhouxiang@chinadaily.com.cnܵôԽͨͶʾ޴׶̫ȳж޽µĵ·ԼǿͨҪィµĻʩͶԹʽΪܸ˽ͶʶԻʩͶɴ˿ɼԻʩ

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20172Ѯųִ́հҵפʵ˺֤֤ʺִ̨֤գа󷽱ܵһºʵʩӦ֯չʵһ30϶й˾ֺҲƴ

ʶȱʧɵIJһRidersscanofobikesinXi"an,Shaanxiprovince.Thebike-hirestartupisexperimentingwithadepositwaiversystemforusersinShanghaiandmayextendtheservicetoothercitiesinthecountry.[Photo/ChinaDaily]INWHATISBELIEVEDTOBEthecountry"sfirstcourtcaseagainstacompanyofferingashared-bicycleservice,a31-year-oldBeijingcitizenissuingOfo,oneofthecountry"sleadingbike-sharingcompanies,asheclaimsthathewasinjuredduetoafaultybikeherentedtwomonthsago,GuangzhouDailycommentedonTuesday:TheplaintiffclaimsthatOfoisresponsibleforinsufficientmaintenance,asheallegesthebrakesonthebikehehiredwerefaulty.Heisclaiming20,000yuan($2,900)ascompensationtocoverhismedicaltreatment,mentaldistressandtransportationcosts.Heisnotthefirstridertosolicitcompensationfrombike-sharingoperatorsinthecountryonthegroundsthatthebikestheyusedwerenotwellmaintained.Albeitmostclaimants"requestswereansweredandproperlydealtwithbythecompaniesconcerned,aroutineapproachtosituationslikethisisstillmissing.Accidentsinvolvingsharingbikes,whichhavebecomeverypopularinlessthanayear,willinevitablyincreaseasmorepeopleusethem.Thatwarrantsatailoredaccountabilitymechanismwhenitcomestotherespectiveresponsibilitiesofbothusersandthebike-sharingserviceproviders.Thebusinessmodelofstation-lessbikesisdesignedtohelpurbancommuterstravelthe"lastmile"moreefficiently.Toprotectusers"legalinterests,ensuringtheirbikesareinsatisfactoryconditionistheleastthebikeproviderscando.Admittedly,bigplayerssuchasMobikeandOfoarecoveredbyinsuranceandtheypledgetocompensateridersforanyinjuriesincurredwhileusingthebikes.Compensationisalsoavailableforpeopleinjuredbythoseusingthebikes.Sucheffortsarepraiseworthy,butnotenough.Theyshouldbeinstitutionalizedandstreamlinedinthewayinsuranceiscompulsoryforallvehicles.Bike-sharingserviceproviders,too,needlegalprotectionbecausetheyareatriskofbeingblackmailedbyunscrupuloususerswillingtogotogreatlengthstobecompensated.44.1%ľΪ۸Խϼ½0.4ٷֵ

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ChinesePremierLiKeqiangarrivesintheAustraliancapitalofCanberraWednesdaynightforanofficialvisit.[Photo/Xinhua]"Iwastoldthatforitsnationalemblem,Australiapicksakangarooandanemu,twonativeAustralianspecies.Neitherofthetwolikesmovingbackwardbutonlyforward,symbolizingadynamiccountrythatalwaysmovesforwardinprogress,"thepremiersaidinthearticleentitled"WeWanttoWorkwithYouforProgressandPeace".Thepremiersaidthatthetwocountrieshavebuiltuptrustandmanageddifferencesinthespiritofequalityandmutualrespectsincetheestablishmentofdiplomaticties.ChinaandAustraliatiedtheknot45yearsagoin1972.LisaidtheChinesepeopleadmireAustraliansfortheirperseveranceandcouragetoforgeaheadastheAustraliannationalanthemsays"leteverystageinhistoryspageadvanceAustraliafair".Healsosaid"advance"isasharedkeywordinbothcountriesnationalanthemsandheisconfidentthatthetwopartnerswillcontinuetomoveforwardastheyhavechosenwhileworkingtogethertoaddressglobalinstabilitywithstability.˻ؽơҵʽ;ƵֵҵʿΪⷴӳҵļǰʽʹüƻȷԤǿҵڲȱʧרҿõ廨лѪ͵Ѫɵճձرַûɫ

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