ng should be leveraged to improve coordination mechanisms
for economic policies such as finance, currency, employment, industry, and regional develop
ment to ensure the nation’s economic development stays within a reasonable range, the statement said.
The meeting highlighted the importance of strengthening innovative cap
abilities as well as opening-up and cooperation in this regard, and called for improving the serv
ices and environment for opening-up and cooperation so that development is promoted through opening-up, inn
ovation is advanced through reforms and win-win results are achieved through cooperation, it said.
Tough and newly emerging problems should be resolved through deepening reforms, the state
ment said, adding that the capability of dealing with challenges and preventing risks should be intensified.
ocal kindergarten had used to ask children whether they we
re involved in gangs went viral on the internet. The local educational bureau said that the rese
arch was meant to stop bullies in kindergartens instead of finding gangster members.
Over 90 percent of Hong Kong college students responding to a survey said they were optimistic about the country’s fut
ure, and more than 80 percent said they would like to work on the mainland according to a report released Wednesday.
The HKUYA Student Exchange Network published the report based on a survey they carrie
d out between February and March on Hong Kong college students’ employment intentions for the mainland.
Nearly 75 percent of respondents said the major reas
on for them to work on the mainland is a plethora of job opportunities.
At least four deaths have been blamed on crowding during the climbs, Agence France-Presse reported.
People should be well prepared to handle Qomolangma’s traffic jams which are common phenomena along climbing paths, said alpinists who had reached the summit.
“Although the news about the jam on Qomolangma this year has gone viral, people should understand that it happens every year during the brief cl
imbing window. Knowing what to do when climbers jam the narrow paths should be incl
uded in their training well in advance,” said Ma Liyamu, who reached the top of Qomolangma, the world’s ta
llest mountain at 8,848 meters, on May 22 and was also held up by the crowds on her descent.
She is the leader of a mountaineering team of three Chinese women w
ho scaled Qomolangma. They launched their expedition from Nepal, which issued 381 cli
mbing permits for the season that concludes this week. Nepal’s permits this season cost $11,000 each.