ward underground to Lize Financial Business Area, which is about 3.5 km from Caoqiao Statio
n, so passengers can transfer to Line 14 and Line 16, which are under construction, and Line 11, which is planned.
Masood Khalid, Pakistani ambassador to China, said Chinese culture is a reflection of the cou
ntry’s long and rich history. “It is a civilization that has made an imprint on global culture,” he said.
The ambassador listed a variety of manifestations of Chinese culture, which include Chinese cuisine, dance, art, and costume.
“The way Chinese people attach importance to their family and their children, lookin
g after the elderly – all these practices and traditions have been inherited over time,” he said. “Then after har
d work, they come together with their families and friends.”
A city terminal will be established in the Lize Financial Business Area, p
roviding check-in and luggage check services. Passengers will enjoy more convenience with
the ability to check their luggage and get their boarding passes before they arrive at the new airport.
integration－trade, investment and finance－began benefiting large emerging and developing econ
omies. To be sustainable, globalization cannot serve just a few wealthy advanced economies. It m
ust also serve poorer and faster-growing economies, which today account for most of the global growth.
So, by flirting with trade protectionism and punitive tariffs on imports, adva
nced economies are seeking to implement the wrong policies at the wrong time. As the adv
anced countries have fallen into secular stagnation, they desperately need growth. Therefore, the rise of poorer eco
nomies is not a win-lose game, because it benefits the advanced economies, too.
In the aftermath of the 2008 global financial crisis, all major advanced econom
ies would have faced another Great Depression without the support of large emerging economies, particularly Ch
ina. And the contribution of these countries to global GDP growth is expected to climb to 80 percent by 2050.
dialogues based on harmony in diversity and inclusiveness. We need to undertake the cultural responsibility of inter
national communicators, and let exchanges of culture and among civilizations, as well as mutual learning, co
nstantly serve as bridges for people’s friendship, the impetus of international cooperation and bond of world peace.
Second, we should become builders of world peace and development. The wheel of humanities’ de
velopment is unstoppable. Peace, reconciliation and harmony are historical trends. Equality, mut
ual trust and win-win cooperation are historical necessities. Yet, as international conventions are attacked an
d multilateral mechanisms are challenged, the anti-globalization tendency rises, and unilateralism and tra
de protectionism are becoming increasingly fierce. We must adamantly safeguard the contemporary interna
has made tremendous economic achievements, and they have enjoyed affluent material conditions since childho
od. So they set higher standards for life and ask for better quality and unique experiences,” Tang said.
“Compared with the older generation, they are more willing to pay for conveni
ence, entertainment, mental stimulation, companionship and education that will benefit their future careers.”
George Ren, a senior partner with global consultancy Roland Berger, said many companies have star
ted to respond to this demographic shift in recent years, as they have seen great potential in the singles’ economy.
“They have made products of smaller size, in smaller packages or with more divided functions. They have also deve
loped unique and personalized services to cater to the diversified demands from single people,” he said.
is expected to decide this spring which suppliers can provide technology for 5G networks. If it chooses to allow the use of Huawei gear
it could seriously undermine the US campaign against the company and influence other governments that are weighing how to handle the issue.
The UK Department of Culture, Media and Sport said in a statement earlier this w
eek that it was “looking at a range of options” and that “no decisions have been taken.”
’A rigorous, ruthless advancement of China’s interests’
The RUSI report — written by former diplomat Charles Parton, who spent 22 years working in mai
nland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan — warned that the UK government needed to stay alert for int
erference from the Chinese government across a range of fronts, including politics and research.
Britain is a particularly appealing target for interference as a close
US ally with a large Chinese ethnic community and an open, advanced economy, Parton said.
Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei: The US ‘cannot crush us’
”Beijing’s interference is not aimed at subverting the West, but represents a rigorous, ruthl
ess advancement of China’s interests and values at the expense of those of the West,” he wrote.