BOC continued to promote its overseas business development during the first six months. Its overseas institutions realized a profit before tax of .57 billion, rising 84.16 percent year-on-year and representing 43.22 percent of its total profit before tax.
杨凯茗郑曦Liao Jianlin, a senior engineer at the academy who took part in Tiangong II's development, said the lab has about 15 square meters for astronauts to live and work, including a separate sleep section and waste storage area.The issue became a hot topic on Friday after the newspaper published a report that several officers and soldiers of the PLA's 14th Group Army used smartphones for live-streams of their physical exercises and to play smartphone-based games.
Zhang Xinhai, getting as much as 100,000 yuan this time, is planning to plant more trees in the scheme.By CUI JIA in Urumqi (China Daily) Updated: 2016-01-14 04:42
BEIJING - China will actively propel international human rights exchanges and cooperation over the next five years, according to an action plan released on Thursday.
China will cooperate with the Special Procedures of the United Nations Human Rights Council, by answering letters from it, inviting, as appropriate, representatives of the body to visit China, and continuing to recommend Chinese experts for posts in the Special Procedures, says the National Human Rights Action Plan of China (2016-2020).
China will conduct exchanges and cooperation with the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, and hold dialogues on human rights with relevant countries on the basis of equality and mutual respect, according to the action plan released by the State Council's Information Office.
China plans to "increase consultation and cooperation on human rights with the other four BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India and South Africa), developing countries and the G77 (group of developing nations), and provide technical assistance in human rights field demanded by other developing countries," it says.
China will also participate in regional and sub-regional activities on human rights, such as the Informal Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) Seminar on Human Rights, the action plan reads.
In addition, overseas Chinese enterprises will be urged to abide by the laws of the countries in which they are stationed, and fulfill their social responsibilities when conducting foreign economic and trade cooperation, providing assistance and making investment.
China will support and promote the participation of non-governmental organizations in international human rights exchanges and cooperation, the action plan states.
Meanwhile, China pledges to "continue to earnestly fulfill its obligations to the international human rights conventions to which it has acceded."
For example, China will complete the third report on implementing the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and submit it to the United Nations Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights for consideration, says the action plan.
China will also continue to advance related legal preparations and pave the way for ratification of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, according to the action plan.College apologizes for sacking sick teacher who later died