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          • 3、(高级班)2019年5月15日信用师培训管理开始招生,截止日期2019年6月15日

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            People hold placards to participate in a protest in Chicago, the United States, on Feb. 18, 2019. Over 100 people gathered on Monday in Chicago to protest against President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration.(Xinhua/Wang Ping)聽

            (1).A vendor makes Tangqiu, or "tanghulu", a traditional Chinese snack of candied fruit, with hawthorns at an annual traditional tanghulu fair in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, on Feb. 18, 2019. (Xinhua/Li Ziheng) 聽

            (2).Puzzle聽ACROSS聽 1聽Zeus' wife聽 5聽Tree of knowledge site聽 9聽Hathaway of "Ocean's Eight"聽13聽Yemen gulf port聽14聽Cat, in Costa Rica聽15聽French farewell聽16聽*Cat's elusive prey?聽18聽Happen again聽19聽Blond shade聽20聽Inquire聽21聽Recycle container聽23聽Charlemagne's realm: Abbr.聽24聽Coatrack features聽26聽*Crow with few feathers?聽28聽Starting poker stake聽29聽___ and whey聽31聽Wrist-elbow connector聽32聽___ nous聽34聽Amherst sch.聽35聽They often involve switching initial letters, as in the starred answers聽38聽She'll teach you a lesson聽40聽Disco's Summer聽41聽"Dream on!"聽42聽12-year-old, e.g.聽44聽Salon goos聽48聽*Animal whose muscles are fawned over?聽50聽Jason betrayed her聽51聽Labradoodle sound聽52聽Dye tank聽53聽Because 7 ___ 9 (pun punchline)聽55聽Chicago-based station聽56聽Miles per hour, say聽58聽*Particularly bumpy hopper?聽61聽Pennies聽62聽Opposite of pro-聽63聽Table d'___聽64聽Guesstimate words聽65聽Mess up聽66聽Skunk emissionDOWN聽 1聽"That's a good one!"聽 2聽Tesla's rival聽 3聽Untouchable?聽 4聽Singer DiFranco聽 5聽Some are scrambled聽 6聽Chocolate choice聽 7聽Airport posting: Abbr.聽 8聽"Nicely done!"聽 9聽Lime suffix聽10聽December 25 saint聽11聽Brain cells聽12聽Cries of epiphany聽15聽Obama education secretary Duncan聽17聽"Stillmatic" rapper聽22聽E-file org.聽25聽Avoid, as a lawn聽26聽Puppy-raising person聽27聽Root around聽29聽Silicon Valley VIP聽30聽Coffee vessel聽33聽Neither's partner聽34聽SEALs' org.聽35聽Becomes rigid聽36聽___ v. Wade聽37聽Holiday ___ Express聽38聽Hot sauce brand聽39聽Throne seizer聽42聽"Coffee or ___?"聽43聽Sponge alternative聽45聽1994 Johnny Depp film聽46聽Hardly staccato聽47聽Smoothing tool聽49聽Library movie offerings聽50聽"Whatevs"聽53聽Bike lane encroacher聽54聽Pre-weekend cry聽57聽Ike's battleground聽59聽Singer Yoko聽60聽Nonetheless, briefly

            (3).Photo taken on Feb. 14, 2019 shows an iceberg on the sea near the Zhongshan Station, a Chinese research base in Antarctica. The Zhongshan Station was set up in February 1989. Within tens of kilometers to the station, ice sheets, glacier and iceberg can all be seen. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping) 聽

            (4).Aerial photo taken on Feb. 17, 2019 shows snow scenery at the Laoniuwan section of the Yellow River at the border area between north China's Shanxi Province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)聽

            (5).Screenshot of the People's Liberation Army Rocket Force's first promotional video

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            Dancers perform during a gala show "Cultures of China, Festival of Spring" as part of the Chinese new year celebrations in Surabaya, East Java Province, Indonesia, Feb. 18, 2019. (Xinhua/Zulkarnain)聽)

            (1).Kuwait on Tuesday strongly condemned a suicide attack in Egypt's capital Cairo, which killed two policemen. In a cable sent to Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah said his country stands in solidarity with Egypt and its people after the heinous terror attack. The emir expressed deepest condolences and wished swift recovery of the injured in the attack. Late on Monday, a militant detonated an explosive device right after his capture by the police in the old quarter of Cairo, killing two policemen and the militant, and wounding three others.

            (2).Tourists play in the Tianchi scenic spot in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Feb. 17, 2019. In the winter up till Sunday, the Tianchi scenic spot received 230,000 tourists, generating an income of 225 million yuan (33.25 million U.S. dollars). (Xinhua/Sadat)聽

            (3).Rafale, a French fighter aircraft, attends the Aero India Show 2019 rehearsal over the Yelahanka air base in Bangalore, India, on Feb. 18, 2019. The five-day Aero India Show 2019 will start on Feb. 20. (Xinhua)

            (4).An elephant is seen along the Beira Lake in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Feb. 17, 2019. Dozens of elephants gathered here to take part in the annual Buddhist Navam procession at the Gangaramaya Temple, scheduled for Feb. 18-19, with thousands of traditional drummers, dancers, and monks. (Xinhua/Tang Lu)聽

            (5).People select Tangqiu, or "tanghulu", a traditional Chinese snack of candied fruit, at an annual traditional tanghulu fair in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, on Feb. 18, 2019. (Xinhua/Li Ziheng)聽

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          A newly-released national standard has set criteria for grading the service quality of China's nursing homes, Tuesday's China Daily reported. The standard, which will take effect on July 1, aims to improve the elderly's access to quality services. According to the standard, all nursing homes must meet basic requirements such as possessing certified doctors and barrier-free facilities, establishing health records for every resident, and organizing at least one health check every year. Nursing homes will be divided into five grades, with Grade 5 representing the highest level. Grades will be valid for three years. To extend the certification, an application for review will be needed. The grading is voluntary and nursing home operators must apply to the authorities to be graded, Li Banghua, an official for senior affairs at the Ministry of Civil Affairs, was quoted as saying. The number of people 65 years old or above reached 167 million as of the end of 2018 on the Chinese mainland, accounting for 12 percent of the population, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. The standard was released at a time of rapid population aging, with demand for better elderly-care services expected to increase over the next few decades.

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          Sixteen U.S. states including California Monday jointly sued U.S. President Donald Trump to challenge his bid to declare national emergency over funding a wall between the United States and Mexico.The lawsuit, led by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California in San Francisco, was joined by attorneys general from Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon and Virginia."Our goal here is simple: we're trying to stop @realdonaldtrump from violating the Constitution, the separation of powers, from stealing money from Americans and states that has been allocated by #Congress, lawfully," Becerra tweeted Monday.He said the legal action, filed on U.S. Presidents Day, was aimed at preventing Trump from "unilaterally robbing taxpayer funds lawfully set aside by Congress for American people.""For most of us, the Office of the Presidency is not a place for theatre," said Becerra who showed the file document on his twitter account.Trump's emergency declaration and diversion of funds is unconstitutional and the states seek to block "the Trump Administration's emergency declaration, the unauthorized construction of the border wall, and any illegal diversion of Congressionally-appropriated funds," Becerra said in a statement issued by his office."Today, on Presidents Day, we take President Trump to court to block his misuse of presidential power," he said.The complaint came a few days after Trump announced last week that he will take executive action, including a national emergency, to obtain funds for his long-promised wall on the southern U.S. border.Democrat-dominated House declined to fulfill Trump's request for 5.7 billion U.S. dollars to help build the wall that the president promised in his 2016 campaign for presidency.

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          A tourist plays plor bowler in the Tianchi scenic spot in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Feb. 17, 2019. In the winter up till Sunday, the Tianchi scenic spot received 230,000 tourists, generating an income of 225 million yuan (33.25 million U.S. dollars). (Xinhua/Sadat)聽

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          A vendor makes Tangqiu, or "tanghulu", a traditional Chinese snack of candied fruit, with hawthorns at an annual traditional tanghulu fair in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, on Feb. 18, 2019. (Xinhua/Li Ziheng) 聽

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          Tourists read books in a bookstore on the Guling Hill in Fuzhou, capital of southeast China's Fujian Province, July 8, 2018. Chinese readers, many of whom had switched to e-reading devices and online bookstores, are now flocking back to traditional stores as they are offering a wider range of new products. The Bookdao New Publishing Institute, a consultancy to the country's publishing and book selling industry, surveyed 62 chains and found that some 65 percent plan to open more than five new stores this year, and 18 percent of them will open over 100. There were 225,000 bookstores and sales outlets in the country by the end of last year, up by 4.3 percent over 2017. Total sales of publications in the domestic retail sector reached 158 billion yuan (about 23.3 billion U.S. dollars), a year-on-year growth of 11.3 percent, the report said. Industry insiders said the revitalization of bookstores is largely due to favorable policies that have been unveiled in recent years. The upgrading of cultural consumption has also helped the bookstore industry as consumers are now demanding more quality content and lifestyles. (Xinhua/Lin Shanchuan)聽

          我叫A shared bike "graveyard" in Hefei, East China's Anhui Province Photo: VCGThe retreat of the sharing economy in China's first-tier cities over the past few years is obvious to anyone who has been paying attention.聽The shared bikes that used to line the sidewalks and subway entrances in Shanghai and Beijing seem to have disappeared. Reports about the troubles haunting sharing start-ups flood the media, such as the news that Didi Chuxing moved to cut more than 2,000 jobs around the 2019 Spring Festival holidays, the bankruptcy rumors that swirled around Ofo late last year, and the story of the CEO of Togo, a car-sharing start-up, who was surrounded by customers and employees demanding refunds and unpaid salaries last month.The fall of the brightest stars in China's sharing economy, like those mentioned above, has also been pressuring market players to adopt a more conservative market strategy.聽He Yuefeng, who founded shared parking start-up Xiaomazhiting, is one of those still banking on the sharing economy business model. But faced with a general market slowdown, he shifted his company's fast expansion strategy in 2017 to a "contraction strategy" in 2018, which he will continue this year.聽"We have seen a lot of examples, the rapid rise and fall of many sharing start-ups... from my point of view, the sharing economy has been developing too fast, led by a relatively young generation of entrepreneurs, but many of their products do not have backers - solid market demand and mature government regulations - for their long-term survival," He told the Global Times during a telephone interview on Sunday.聽He is particularly cautioned by shared bicycle companies like Ofo. "On the one hand, you saw those companies develop fast with a lot of capital pouring into the sector. On the other hand, we can see via media the 'corpse mountains' of abandoned shared bikes. Are the bikes being buried? No, it's the money that is buried," He said.聽Xiaomazhiting has launched internet-linked locks at parking spaces in residential neighborhoods and commercial properties in a number of Chinese cities. The intelligent locks allow users to reserve online to use idle private parking spaces. So far, Xiaomazhiting has launched more than 10,000 such locks nationwide, He said.聽The last golden year聽He's company was launched in 2017, often considered by many as the "last golden year" for the sharing economy wave in China. That year, Ofo had secured financing of more than billion in the first six months, while Mobike also announced a 0 million financing round in July. In the shared electric charger market, the total investment volume surpassed 1 billion yuan (8 million) in the first half of 2017, according to a report by the CCTV financial news channel in December 2017.聽"Investors, particularly angel investors, were crazily going after sharing economy projects at that time, because the sharing economy was the new 'investment hotspot'' after mobile internet. Many domestic investors were seeking such a "hotspot" for their capital. Many of them did not carefully study the feasibility of those sharing economy projects. They were just blindly betting their money on those projects, hoping that one of them would hit the market," Guo Tao, a veteran angel investor, told the Global Times on Monday.聽With such passion among investors and entrepreneurs, there emerged many sharing economy companies on the domestic market, from shared bikes and cars to shared umbrellas, gyms and karaoke. A number of strange shared products also appeared, such as shared sleeping warehouses, which were launched in mid-2017 but stopped by local governments a week later.聽Guo, who had contacted several of those projects earlier, said that many of those聽 companies were just using the sharing concept as a type of聽 gimmick. "Many of those companies had ultra-high operation costs and a single profitability model. Besides, there were too many similar competitors on the market and users didn't adhere to any of them," Guo said.聽Companies that have banked on the idea of "sharing" have also faced problems they had never imagined before.聽Malicious damage has been one of them. Just as some people try to聽 harm the locks on shared bikes, some people have destroyed the intelligent locks installed by Xiaomazhiting in parking lots, He said.聽"In residential neighborhoods, some property owners who don't welcome our products report them to the urban management departments asking to demolish those installations. Some drivers even crash their cars straight into the locks to break down those installations. We can hardly do anything to deal with such problems," He said.聽Profitability models pose another problem. Like shared bikes, Xiaomazhiting has to accumulate a large user volume before profits are possible. "We have to launch millions - or even tens of millions - of those smart locks before we can talk about profits," He said, adding he is not sure whether he can reach that target before capital burns out.Receding capital聽The receding of the sharing economy in China has been accelerated by dwindling聽 investment. As the sharing concept gradually loses its shine and more sharing economy start-ups fail, investors are looking to draw money from the sector to the next hot industry, whatever it may be.聽Guo said that now he would say no to almost any project linked to the sharing concept, though he notes there may be an exception for projects that really stand out. Many investors Guo knows share the same attitude."If an entrepreneur claims that he wants to establish a sharing company, it's very likely that the investors wouldn't even look at his project prospectus," Guo said.聽According to Guo, many investors have been burdened by such projects in recent years, as those start-ups were burning money at a faster speed compared with companies in other industries, casting a psychological shadow for investors.聽Chang Xin, who worked for QF Capital as an investor, expressed a similar view. "So far, there are very few sharing economy companies that can make profits after they burn such a large amount of investment capital. This is not what the investors have anticipated. Those companies can't make big money," she told the Global Times on Sunday.He said that financing was never easy for his company, even in the so-called "good days," but it is becoming even more difficult now.聽"It's almost impossible now," he said. "And this applies not only to the sharing economy, but to other industries. Investors would rather put their money in banks than invest in start-ups."聽Hope existsBut despite the failure of many companies, there still remain fighters quietly clinging to their business models and trying to survive the industry's winter.聽"After the bubbles of the sharing economy are squeezed out, the companies that remain will really match market demands," Liu Dingding, an independent tech analyst, told the Global Times on Monday.聽One example is Hellobike which, even following the fall of Ofo and Mobike bicycles, has been on the rise with a better, deposit-free business model and higher quality, Liu said.聽Some shared gym companies are also holding on. The Global Times on Monday visited a shared gym located in a Shanghai neighborhood popular with young people. The gym, which resembles a box with a treadmill and wall-mounted TV in it, appeared quite popular among locals, who struggled to get a reservation.聽He is also persistent. In addition to his shared parking business, he is now launching "shared villas," similar to Airbnb-style accommodations, for rent near famous tourism sites. He says it is a good business model based on the market feedback he has received so far.聽"I think for the sharing economy, it's important that companies understand what the market needs, instead of creating something to make the market accept," he said.聽Liu also said that he is still optimistic about two kinds of shared economy businesses: one is shared houses like Airbnb, while the other is shared transportation, such as bike sharing. "I believe that those sectors have rigid demand in the market, regardless of investment tides," Liu said.Newspaper headline: Waning sharing economy

          《我叫US President Donald Trump has started another war of sorts - this time at home. Congress rejected the US president's demands to fund a southern border barrier, so on Friday he declared a national emergency, a move that will face an array of legal challenges. It's a messy non-deal considering Trump turned down a compromise providing billion for his wall in 2018.The wall on the border with Mexico was a centerpiece of Trump's campaign and he has been searching for the money since he took office. In March 2018,聽聽 Democrats were willing to cover the entire cost. But the president rejected the idea of providing a path to citizenship for 1.8 million so-called Dreamers, undocumented immigrants who came to America as children, which was part of that deal.Then in December his failure to get Congress to approve .7 billion in funding led to a 35-day partial government shutdown. To avoid another closure, Congress on Thursday approved a spending bill that included .4 billion for border security. Trump will sign that bill but also declared a national emergency. That in theory will allow him to divert some .7 billion from the Defense Department's anti-narcotics programs and other sources.Democratic congressional leaders called the move lawless and an abuse of presidential power, and some Republicans worry about the precedent, too. Furthermore, the emergency designation is questionable. For one thing, most illegal drugs come through legal ports of entry, which a wall wouldn't stop. For another, the long-running political saga is hardly consistent with the implied urgency of Trump's action.Trump, whose name is on a book called "The Art of the Deal," has had a tough time negotiating in other areas, like trade. He alienated Canada and Mexico by threatening to rip up the North American Free Trade Agreement, eventually finalizing a new deal with only minor changes. The administration's tough stance and the imposition of tariffs on trade with China could also lead to a deal that lacks substantive changes from the situation before Trump took office.In the meantime small businesses, consumers and corporations have been hurt by the additional costs and disrupted supply chains. The wall effort will surely create legal and political disruption, too. Trump's dealmaking is looking far from artful.The author is Gina Chon, a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The article was first published on Reuters Breakingviews. bizopinion@globaltimes.com.cn》是一部由A child selects Tangqiu, or "tanghulu", a traditional Chinese snack of candied fruit, at an annual traditional tanghulu fair in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, on Feb. 18, 2019. (Xinhua/Li Ziheng) 聽

          An elephant sprays water over itself in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Feb. 18, 2019. Dozens of elephants gathered here to take part in the annual Buddhist Navam procession at the Gangaramaya Temple, scheduled for Feb. 18-19, with thousands of traditional drummers, dancers, and monks. (Xinhua/A.HAPUARACHCHI)聽

          《我叫Aerial photo taken on Feb. 17, 2019 shows snow scenery at the Laoniuwan section of the Yellow River at the border area between north China's Shanxi Province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)聽》是一部由A monk feeds an elephant at the Gangaramaya Temple in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Feb. 18, 2019. Dozens of elephants gathered here to take part in the annual Buddhist Navam procession at the Gangaramaya Temple, scheduled for Feb. 18-19, with thousands of traditional drummers, dancers, and monks. (Xinhua/A.HAPUARACHCHI)聽...

          Aerial photo taken on Feb. 17, 2019 shows snow scenery at the Laoniuwan section of the Yellow River at the border area between north China's Shanxi Province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)聽

          《我叫A child enjoys Tangqiu, or "tanghulu", a traditional Chinese snack of candied fruit, at an annual traditional tanghulu fair in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, on Feb. 18, 2019. (Xinhua/Li Ziheng)聽》是一部由Du Zihao (1st R), a volunteer librarian, introduces a book to a little boy at Jimo Bookstore in Qingdao City, east China's Shandong Province, July 19, 2018. Chinese readers, many of whom had switched to e-reading devices and online bookstores, are now flocking back to traditional stores as they are offering a wider range of new products. The Bookdao New Publishing Institute, a consultancy to the country's publishing and book selling industry, surveyed 62 chains and found that some 65 percent plan to open more than five new stores this year, and 18 percent of them will open over 100. There were 225,000 bookstores and sales outlets in the country by the end of last year, up by 4.3 percent over 2017. Total sales of publications in the domestic retail sector reached 158 billion yuan (about 23.3 billion U.S. dollars), a year-on-year growth of 11.3 percent, the report said. Industry insiders said the revitalization of bookstores is largely due to favorable policies that have been unveiled in recent years. The upgrading of cultural consumption has also helped the bookstore industry as consumers are now demanding more quality content and lifestyles. (Xinhua/Liang Xiaopeng)聽..

          Aerial photo taken on Feb. 17, 2019 shows snow scenery at the Laoniuwan section of the Yellow River at the border area between north China's Shanxi Province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)聽

          《我叫Photo taken on Feb. 17, 2019 shows colorful lanterns at Yansi ancient town of Huangshan, east China's Anhui Province. With the approaching of the Lantern Festival, many places across the country are decorated by colorful lanterns. (Xinhua/Shi Guangde)聽》是一部由People visit the Zhongshuge bookstore in southwest China's Chongqing, Feb. 8, 2019. Chinese readers, many of whom had switched to e-reading devices and online bookstores, are now flocking back to traditional stores as they are offering a wider range of new products. The Bookdao New Publishing Institute, a consultancy to the country's publishing and book selling industry, surveyed 62 chains and found that some 65 percent plan to open more than five new stores this year, and 18 percent of them will open over 100. There were 225,000 bookstores and sales outlets in the country by the end of last year, up by 4.3 percent over 2017. Total sales of publications in the domestic retail sector reached 158 billion yuan (about 23.3 billion U.S. dollars), a year-on-year growth of 11.3 percent, the report said. Industry insiders said the revitalization of bookstores is largely due to favorable policies that have been unveiled in recent years. The upgrading of cultural consumption has also helped the bookstore industry as consumers are now demanding more quality content and lifestyles. (Xinhua/Liu Chan)聽...

          我叫People hold placards to participate in a protest in Chicago, the United States, on Feb. 18, 2019. Over 100 people gathered on Monday in Chicago to protest against President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration.(Xinhua/Wang Ping) 聽

          《我叫Tourists visit the Tianchi scenic spot in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Feb. 17, 2019. In the winter up till Sunday, the Tianchi scenic spot received 230,000 tourists, generating an income of 225 million yuan (33.25 million U.S. dollars). (Xinhua/Sadat)聽》是一部People gather at the site of an explosion in Cairo, Egypt, on Feb. 19, 2019. A terrorist and two Egyptian policemen were killed Monday in a bomb explosion in the old quarter of the Egyptian capital Cairo, the interior ministry said. (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)聽...

          People select Tangqiu, or "tanghulu", a traditional Chinese snack of candied fruit, at an annual traditional tanghulu fair in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, on Feb. 18, 2019. (Xinhua/Li Ziheng)聽

          Tourists visit the Tianchi scenic spot in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Feb. 17, 2019. In the winter up till Sunday, the Tianchi scenic spot received 230,000 tourists, generating an income of 225 million yuan (33.25 million U.S. dollars). (Xinhua/Sadat)聽

          Happy birthday:聽You will have to take the initiative today if you want to reach the head of the pack. You won't get anywhere if you do not stand up and make others take notice. You will come across some great deals if you head out shopping tonight. Your lucky numbers: 2, 3, 9, 10, 16.Pisces (Feb 19 - Mar 20)Your friendly nature will easily win people's affections today. With their support you should be able to draw even closer to your goals. Focus on the long term when it comes to making investments. 鉁湱鉁瑼ries (Mar 21 - Apr 19)Although a challenging new project may be intimidating, it will also be the perfect opportunity to push yourself to reach brand new heights. Lady Luck will be on your side when it comes to financial matters. 鉁湱鉁湱聽Taurus (Apr 20 - May 20)聽A romantic relationship may be going through a rough patch, but that doesn't mean everything is all over. Have patience and try to communicate how you feel in a non-hostile manner. Blue will be your lucky color. 鉁湱鉁湱聽Gemini (May 21 - Jun 20)Be careful that you are not taken in by wild promises. If something looks too good to be true, most likely it is. You will be at your best while working with others, so try not to tackle everything on your own today. 鉁湱鉁瑿ancer (Jun 21 - Jul 22)You will be able to get far more done if you stand up and take the reins of leadership yourself today. While you are not technically in charge, you can still push things forward by providing guidance and suggestions. 鉁湱鉁湱Leo (Jul 23 - Aug 22)Issues with your commute may leave you running late today, so make sure you plan accordingly. On the other side of things, time will be on your side when it comes to making financial decisions. 鉁湱鉁璙irgo (Aug 23 - Sep 22)聽If you look in the right place, you are sure to uncover a great opportunity for career advancement. Some helpful advice from a friend should be able to lead the way. The stars will align for you when it comes to financial matters. 鉁湱鉁湱Libra (Sep 23 - Oct 22)You will have a chance to make a new friend if you take part in social activities today. A close family member may be struggling with a personal issue. While you may not be able to offer solutions, you certainly can provide them a shoulder to cry on. 鉁湱鉁湱聽Scorpio (Oct 23 - Nov 21)If you walk around with your head in the clouds, something is sure to trip you up. Stay focused on what is going on in front of you today and success will be yours! Creative activities will prove especially fruitful. 鉁湱鉁湱Sagittarius (Nov 22 - Dec 21)A fork in the path may leave you feeling torn. Running things past your friends may help you figure out which direction is right for you. Only time will tell if a financial investment will work out. 鉁湱鉁犅犅燙apricorn (Dec 22 - Jan 19)A huge project that will demand much of your time and energy is right around the corner. Hard work and effort may not be all that fun, but they are the foundation for success.聽 鉁湱鉁湱聽聽聽Aquarius (Jan 20 - Feb 18)If you come across an important piece of information today, don't keep it to yourself. Sharing with others will be the best way to increase your chances of success. 鉁湱鉁

          Screenshot of the People's Liberation Army Rocket Force's first promotional video

          People participate in a protest in Chicago, the United States, on Feb. 18, 2019. Over 100 people gathered on Monday in Chicago to protest against President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration.(Xinhua/Wang Ping)聽

          People hold placards to participate in a protest in Chicago, the United States, on Feb. 18, 2019. Over 100 people gathered on Monday in Chicago to protest against President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration.(Xinhua/Wang Ping)聽

          An elephant sprays water over itself in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Feb. 18, 2019. Dozens of elephants gathered here to take part in the annual Buddhist Navam procession at the Gangaramaya Temple, scheduled for Feb. 18-19, with thousands of traditional drummers, dancers, and monks. (Xinhua/A.HAPUARACHCHI)聽

          Children experience movable-type printing at a bookstore in Linyi, east China's Shandong Province, Oct. 2, 2018. Chinese readers, many of whom had switched to e-reading devices and online bookstores, are now flocking back to traditional stores as they are offering a wider range of new products. The Bookdao New Publishing Institute, a consultancy to the country's publishing and book selling industry, surveyed 62 chains and found that some 65 percent plan to open more than five new stores this year, and 18 percent of them will open over 100. There were 225,000 bookstores and sales outlets in the country by the end of last year, up by 4.3 percent over 2017. Total sales of publications in the domestic retail sector reached 158 billion yuan (about 23.3 billion U.S. dollars), a year-on-year growth of 11.3 percent, the report said. Industry insiders said the revitalization of bookstores is largely due to favorable policies that have been unveiled in recent years. The upgrading of cultural consumption has also helped the bookstore industry as consumers are now demanding more quality content and lifestyles. (Xinhua/Xu Chuanbao) 聽

          A tourist plays plor bowler in the Tianchi scenic spot in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Feb. 17, 2019. In the winter up till Sunday, the Tianchi scenic spot received 230,000 tourists, generating an income of 225 million yuan (33.25 million U.S. dollars). (Xinhua/Sadat)聽

          An elephant eats along the Beira Lake in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Feb. 18, 2019. Dozens of elephants gathered here to take part in the annual Buddhist Navam procession at the Gangaramaya Temple, scheduled for Feb. 18-19, with thousands of traditional drummers, dancers, and monks. (Xinhua/A.HAPUARACHCHI)聽

          Tourists ride bicycle on ice in the Tianchi scenic spot in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Feb. 17, 2019. In the winter up till Sunday, the Tianchi scenic spot received 230,000 tourists, generating an income of 225 million yuan (33.25 million U.S. dollars). (Xinhua/Sadat)聽

          Li Zhanshu (R), chairman of the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee, meets with Ninoyu Satoshi, a member of Japan's House of Councillors who heads a delegation consisting of several members of Japan's House of Councillors, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 18, 2019. The delegation was in Beijing to attend the eighth meeting of the mechanism for regular exchanges between China's top legislature and the upper house of the National Diet of Japan. (Xinhua/Li Tao)China's top legislator Li Zhanshu on Monday met with a delegation consisting of several members of Japan's House of Councillors, pledging to enhance the exchanges and cooperation with the National Diet of Japan, so as to promote Sino-Japanese relationship.Li, chairman of the National People's Congress Standing Committee, said there are important opportunities facing the two countries this year for further improvement and development of bilateral ties, as China-Japan relations were led back to the right track of development after Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met three times last year and reached important consensus."The two sides should implement the consensus of the leaders of the two countries, enhance mutual trust over strategic security, expand pragmatic cooperation in such areas as the economy, culture and exchanges between the young people," said Li.Ninoyu Satoshi, head of the delegation and a member of Japan's House of Councillors, said the National Diet of Japan would like to reinforce contacts and mutual understanding with the National People's Congress of China and make more contributions to the two countries' neighborly friendliness.The delegation was in Beijing to attend the eighth meeting of the mechanism for regular exchanges between China's top legislature and the upper house of the National Diet of Japan.聽

          Readers browse at a bookstore named Zhongshuge in Guanshanhu District of Guiyang, southwest China's Guizhou Province, Oct. 28, 2018. Chinese readers, many of whom had switched to e-reading devices and online bookstores, are now flocking back to traditional stores as they are offering a wider range of new products. The Bookdao New Publishing Institute, a consultancy to the country's publishing and book selling industry, surveyed 62 chains and found that some 65 percent plan to open more than five new stores this year, and 18 percent of them will open over 100. There were 225,000 bookstores and sales outlets in the country by the end of last year, up by 4.3 percent over 2017. Total sales of publications in the domestic retail sector reached 158 billion yuan (about 23.3 billion U.S. dollars), a year-on-year growth of 11.3 percent, the report said. Industry insiders said the revitalization of bookstores is largely due to favorable policies that have been unveiled in recent years. The upgrading of cultural consumption has also helped the bookstore industry as consumers are now demanding more quality content and lifestyles. (Xinhua/Liu Xu)聽

          Aerial photo taken on Feb. 17, 2019 shows snow scenery at the Laoniuwan section of the Yellow River at the border area between north China's Shanxi Province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)聽Happy birthday:聽You will have to take the initiative today if you want to reach the head of the pack. You won't get anywhere if you do not stand up and make others take notice. You will come across some great deals if you head out shopping tonight. Your lucky numbers: 2, 3, 9, 10, 16.Pisces (Feb 19 - Mar 20)Your friendly nature will easily win people's affections today. With their support you should be able to draw even closer to your goals. Focus on the long term when it comes to making investments. 鉁湱鉁瑼ries (Mar 21 - Apr 19)Although a challenging new project may be intimidating, it will also be the perfect opportunity to push yourself to reach brand new heights. Lady Luck will be on your side when it comes to financial matters. 鉁湱鉁湱聽Taurus (Apr 20 - May 20)聽A romantic relationship may be going through a rough patch, but that doesn't mean everything is all over. Have patience and try to communicate how you feel in a non-hostile manner. Blue will be your lucky color. 鉁湱鉁湱聽Gemini (May 21 - Jun 20)Be careful that you are not taken in by wild promises. If something looks too good to be true, most likely it is. You will be at your best while working with others, so try not to tackle everything on your own today. 鉁湱鉁瑿ancer (Jun 21 - Jul 22)You will be able to get far more done if you stand up and take the reins of leadership yourself today. While you are not technically in charge, you can still push things forward by providing guidance and suggestions. 鉁湱鉁湱Leo (Jul 23 - Aug 22)Issues with your commute may leave you running late today, so make sure you plan accordingly. On the other side of things, time will be on your side when it comes to making financial decisions. 鉁湱鉁璙irgo (Aug 23 - Sep 22)聽If you look in the right place, you are sure to uncover a great opportunity for career advancement. Some helpful advice from a friend should be able to lead the way. The stars will align for you when it comes to financial matters. 鉁湱鉁湱Libra (Sep 23 - Oct 22)You will have a chance to make a new friend if you take part in social activities today. A close family member may be struggling with a personal issue. While you may not be able to offer solutions, you certainly can provide them a shoulder to cry on. 鉁湱鉁湱聽Scorpio (Oct 23 - Nov 21)If you walk around with your head in the clouds, something is sure to trip you up. Stay focused on what is going on in front of you today and success will be yours! Creative activities will prove especially fruitful. 鉁湱鉁湱Sagittarius (Nov 22 - Dec 21)A fork in the path may leave you feeling torn. Running things past your friends may help you figure out which direction is right for you. Only time will tell if a financial investment will work out. 鉁湱鉁犅犅燙apricorn (Dec 22 - Jan 19)A huge project that will demand much of your time and energy is right around the corner. Hard work and effort may not be all that fun, but they are the foundation for success.聽 鉁湱鉁湱聽聽聽Aquarius (Jan 20 - Feb 18)If you come across an important piece of information today, don't keep it to yourself. Sharing with others will be the best way to increase your chances of success. 鉁湱鉁璉llustration: Liu Rui/GTAfter the aggressive speech by US Assistant Secretary Aaron Wess Mitchell in late October advocating the US to win influence in Central and Eastern Europe, Secretary of State Michael Pompeo recently visited Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia.聽Although Pompeo's visit covered a wide array of issues including the Middle East, China, Russia, energy, and security, they pointed to US ambitions in winning the race for influence in Central and Eastern Europe.聽Since US President Donald Trump took office, US capabilities have been on the decline along with its willingness to provide public goods to the international community. Although Washington clings to America First doctrine, it doesn't mean it follows a path of isolationism. The US sometimes provides regional goods to rebuild rules that are more favorable to it.聽The US strategy in Central and Eastern Europe follows this logic.聽The most important US presence in Central and Eastern Europe is the security cooperation under the NATO security framework. If the US wants to strengthen its clout in this region, it must win favor from those countries that strike a balance among major powers.聽On one hand, the EU and the US diverge over a number of issues. For instance, Trump urged NATO members to increase defense expenditures, while the EU is seeking more strategic independence by developing a European army. But with a slowly recovering economy, Central and Eastern European countries are unable to cover defense expenses and are not as supportive of the EU's common defense plan as previously expected.聽Meanwhile, with France and Germany signing the Aachen Treaty, the two will engage in more in-depth cooperation. Considering the continuous threat allegedly posed by Russia and divergences within the EU over defense cooperation, the US can provide a security shield for the Central and Eastern European region, such as deploying more troops and upgrading equipment which would gain support from regional countries. Currently, these countries are more prone to NATO as the supplier of public security goods.Besides public security goods, the US also provides the region with institutions and regulations facilitating Western democratic freedom. Actually, the US has never stopped its democratic pervasion and assistance. For example, projects funded by the National Endowment for Democracy have spread across Central and Eastern Europe.聽One of the goals of Pompeo's visit is to rebuild the political relationship between the US and Central and Eastern Europe. The US will also launch a Future Leaders Exchange Program, providing one-year academic scholarships for Hungarian high school students to study in the US.There are many aspects to US strategic return to Central and Eastern Europe. First, the US can enhance energy cooperation with the region. The regional countries would prefer not to become overly dependent on Russia.聽The US has already voiced strong opposition to the energy cooperation between Germany and Russia via the Nord Stream 2 project.聽Given that the US is set to become a net energy exporting country in 2020, it could become a major source of energy for Central and Eastern European countries.聽Second, the US will strengthen political cooperation with Central and Eastern European countries. The region has undertaken multifaceted diplomacy, hoping to win more policy initiatives in today's volatile geopolitical dynamic. As they receive less political and economic promises from the EU, they are turning to external powers such as China and Russia. The US wants to get back in as quickly as possible to make up for its absence.Last but not the least, with its return, the US can weaken the EU's integration agenda, consolidate NATO influence in Europe aimed at diluting military influence from Russia, and cripple China's economic presence in Central and Eastern European regions.聽The next move by the US and the response it elicits from countries in the region are worth the attention.聽聽The author is a research fellow with the Institute of European Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. opinion@globaltimes.com.cnTourists play in the Tianchi scenic spot in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Feb. 17, 2019. In the winter up till Sunday, the Tianchi scenic spot received 230,000 tourists, generating an income of 225 million yuan (33.25 million U.S. dollars). (Xinhua/Sadat)聽People visit the Zhongshuge bookstore in southwest China's Chongqing, Feb. 8, 2019. Chinese readers, many of whom had switched to e-reading devices and online bookstores, are now flocking back to traditional stores as they are offering a wider range of new products. The Bookdao New Publishing Institute, a consultancy to the country's publishing and book selling industry, surveyed 62 chains and found that some 65 percent plan to open more than five new stores this year, and 18 percent of them will open over 100. There were 225,000 bookstores and sales outlets in the country by the end of last year, up by 4.3 percent over 2017. Total sales of publications in the domestic retail sector reached 158 billion yuan (about 23.3 billion U.S. dollars), a year-on-year growth of 11.3 percent, the report said. Industry insiders said the revitalization of bookstores is largely due to favorable policies that have been unveiled in recent years. The upgrading of cultural consumption has also helped the bookstore industry as consumers are now demanding more quality content and lifestyles. (Xinhua/Liu Chan)聽Illustration: Liu Rui/GTThe second summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Hanoi on February 27 and 28 will trigger complicated changes in East Asia's politics. Though the effect on US-Japan relations will be limited, North Korea-Japan ties will move in a positive direction.Currently, Pyongyang demands withdrawal of sanctions, signing a peace treaty, an end-of-war declaration, and a security guarantee for North Korea. Washington had asked Pyongyang to undertake complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization, which might be now relaxed. The US may agree that North Korea fulfill it in stages. Before any progress in denuclearization, the US will not ease sanctions substantially. Therefore, the Hanoi talks could produce substantive results, much more significant than the Singapore summit.However, it won't shake the relationship between US and its East Asian allies. Even if the US and North Korea forge new relations, it would obviously not be as firm as the US-Japan alliance. Once the talks make headway, Washington may gradually lift the sanctions on Pyongyang, helping get North Korea's economy out of the doldrums. Other areas will be left as they are.聽In this context, possible improvement in US-North Korea ties would not have noticeable impact on US-Japan relations. However, it may make Tokyo and Pyongyang move closer.In recent years, Japan and North Korea have interacted mainly on the issue of past abductions of Japanese nationals, and over Pyongyang conducting nuclear and missiles tests which have Japan within their range. Whenever tensions soared on the Korean Peninsula, Japan took a hard-line stance toward North Korea and proposed to enhance sanctions.聽If Washington-Pyongyang ties improve, Tokyo may rethink its policy toward North Korea, participate in efforts with other East Asian countries to push for peace on the Peninsula and ease geopolitical strains.聽After the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, Tokyo has been marginalized over the Korean Peninsula.聽Furthermore, on the abductions issue and North Korea's nuclear issue, Japan's right to speak is waning.聽If the US' basic request on North Korea is met, Japan may seek to normalize relations with North Korea. Furthermore, Tokyo may help Pyongyang's economy later by offering financial aid and investment. With these moves, Japan may intend to increase its influence on the Peninsula.聽聽Amid the easing ties between North and South Korea, as well as between Pyongyang and other stakeholders on the Korean Peninsula, if Japan maintains its conservative strategy for North Korea, its overall Northeast Asia diplomacy will be affected.Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe would find it hard to shore up domestic support through vibrant diplomacy. Tokyo can take advantage of the positive signals the next Trump-Kim summit generates to win the opportunity to boost its ties with North Korea.If Washington-Pyongyang ties are significantly enhanced, it will send a conciliatory message to Tokyo. Under the US-Japan-South Korea alliance and under the framework of US-Japan military cooperation, if North Korea is still hostile toward Japan, it may find it hard to get a multilateral diplomatic foothold in East Asia. In fact, Pyongyang hopes to talk to Tokyo. North Korea's geopolitics depends on support from traditionally friendly states such as China and Russia. Meanwhile, it also desires to enhance relations with South Korea and Japan, so as to gain maximum advantage in multilateral geopolitics and security in East Asian and Asia-Pacific regions.聽The last time Japanese leaders visited Pyongyang was during the administration of then prime minister Junichiro Koizumi. As then deputy chief cabinet secretary, Abe was also part of the visiting delegation. Currently, the domestic politics in Japan is stable. Abe is set to remain in office until 2021. Abe's diplomacy with Russia has been criticized at home as fawning toward Moscow. Abe would not risk visiting North Korea if Pyongyang does not make obvious concessions. Japan's strategic changes toward North Korea should come about gradually.However, Abe and Kim may meet in a third state, which is friendly with both countries, such as Mongolia. Their diplomats, special envoys may meet first, laying the ground for both leaders' face-to-face talks. However, a meeting between Abe and Kim may unlikely happen in 2019.The author is director and research fellow of Institute of Northeast Asian Studies at Heilongjiang Provincial Academy of Social Sciences and chief expert at Northeast Asian Strategic Studies Institute. opinion@globaltimes.com.cnIllustration: Liu Rui/GTIt used to be a writer's fantasy and a work of fiction but after trials and first-phase applications of robots performing everyday tasks and taking over jobs ( on a small scale), Artificial Intelligence and robots are now becoming increasingly noticed, used, heavily invested in with perhaps an eventual integration into society. Robot sex dolls are already being produced and robot brothels have opened in Paris and the UK. Realistic with sensors that react to touch, with built-in heaters and other features, 锟50 () is all a client needs for some 30 minutes of personal time with their chosen robot girl. Companies are now set to introduce more features, making essentially a machine and our own creation to be as human-like as possible where an emotional connection could be made and a warm conversation established between the creation and creator. More news popped up of people falling in love and marrying a robot. We have moved from homosexuals to transsexuals to now - robosexual. Personally, I am fine with whatever sexual preference an individual chooses to have. After all it is their life, not mine. I do, however, like to reflect upon this phenomenon and ponder on what this 'relationship' means.Writing this made me go back to my high school analysis of Blade Runner. The way AI merged with society and has the ability to either protect or destroy it (similar to another film I, Robot), and the issue of memory implants and human-like features sparking the debate on whether they have the same rights are now as relevant today as they were decades ago. From a robot- child wanting love in AI. Artificial Intelligence to a robot programmed to provide therapeutic care to its human owner in Robot and Frank to a young programmer believing he has fallen in love with AI in Ex Machina, our relationship and what it might mean for robots to be a part of our lives have been thoroughly discussed. The technical and moral debate of controlling and being controlled and the classification of what constitutes a human being and robot and how we should really interact with them often find themselves in between harmony, borderline chaos and full-scale apocalypse.It is true that human beings can have empathy for both machines and biological creations. This is no groundbreaking finding since our own perception and investment of our emotions direct us to "feel" for whatever it may be. I have always been fond of inanimate objects - my diary, my luggage, my books and my swiss army knife so I can see myself loving my robot especially if it is my own creation. Yet, this attachment is sentimental and does not have emotional depth. Fondness is very different from romantic love. For those who marry and sleep with robots and find comfort in this relationship rather than human connections, perhaps the biggest reason is simplicity. Robots do not argue and reject. Robots do not judge, which paves the way for love. However, does intelligence equate with emotional depth. Since they cannot judge, can robots then be free-thinking without, say excess programming and coding? They do mimic and can spot emotions but can they use this and respond? Can they love us back? Is being robosexual a way for us to find replacement so we can find our version of comfort and love?As much as we all wish for things to be simpler, especially relationships, interaction is not an algorithm. It is complicated and flawed like humans.聽Can something authentic arise from something mechanical? Perhaps what we are falling for in a robot is not the robot itself but our own fantasy? No matter what it is, AI and robots will not disappear anytime soon.The author is a freelance writer. She was born in China, raised in Australia, educated in China, Australia and France. opinion@globaltimes.com.cnPeople participate in a protest in Chicago, the United States, on Feb. 18, 2019. Over 100 people gathered on Monday in Chicago to protest against President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration.(Xinhua/Wang Ping)聽

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          Sukhoi and Tejas aircrafts attend the Aero India Show 2019 rehearsal over the Yelahanka air base in Bangalore, India, on Feb. 18, 2019. The five-day Aero India Show 2019 will start on Feb. 20. (Xinhua)

          Aerial photo taken on Feb. 17, 2019 shows snow scenery at the Laoniuwan section of the Yellow River at the border area between north China's Shanxi Province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)聽Aerial photo taken on Feb. 17, 2019 shows snow scenery at the Laoniuwan section of the Yellow River at the border area between north China's Shanxi Province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)聽Dancers perform during a gala show "Cultures of China, Festival of Spring" as part of the Chinese new year celebrations in Surabaya, East Java Province, Indonesia, Feb. 18, 2019. (Xinhua/Zulkarnain)聽A model walks the catwalk during London Fashion Week. Photo: ICThe dreamlike elegance of Roksanda, earthy shades of JW Anderson and a rubber-inspired collection from Christopher Kane were among the highlights of the fourth day of London Fashion Week on Monday.聽Serbian designer Roksanda Ilincic, a growing force in the British fashion world since her 2005 debut, took over a large warehouse-like space in the West End Selfridges department store, a temple of fashion and luxury consumption for her much-anticipated show.The designer, who regularly dresses A-List stars from the Duchess of Cambridge to Melania Trump and Emma Stone, dusted the catwalk with a fine coat of white sand, illuminated by artificial rainbows, to conjure a dreamy landscape.聽Her wardrobe echoed the laid-back, contemplative mood, with long, fluid dresses nonchalantly tied at the waist or shoulder, in the style of Roman togas.聽Roksanda, who now operates in 40 countries and regions, made sparing use of gabardine, silk and satin, which she fashioned into geometric compositions inspired by her architectural background.Renowned for her ability to create subtle and harmonious color combinations, the designer said backstage that her choice of a palette dominated by brown, gold and fuchsia was guided by "a lot of intuition."聽"Obviously after that I have my very precious box with lots of color swatches, everything, some are fabrics, some are little swatches from books or postcards," she explained.Northern Irish designer JW Anderson also presented his fashion house's Autumn/Winter 2019 collection, calling it an "exploration of volume and proportions" and an "aristocratic continuation of the juxtapositions that imbue" his brand."JW Anderson is about going from one thing to the thing to the next, about polar opposites," he said backstage after the show.聽"The dresses with the thread going through, they just happened. We were improvising colors, it's kind of like we were taking a huge needle through the fabric. And it just stuck."His models strode down the catwalk wearing leather baseball caps high on their heads, with an earthy palette and a mixture of leathers and studding defining the collection.Christopher Kane, recognized as a driving force behind the "British New Wave" of designers, injected a more experimental atmosphere into Fashion Week with his show at a deserted office building in the heart of London, evoking fashion's darker underbelly.Small, ultra-short bustier dresses, enhanced with a touch of lace, were decorated with intriguing transparent pockets containing colored liquids while "human obsessions" were explored with fetish-inspired rubber balloons and latex gloves printed on T-shirts and dresses.The Scottish designer is also a celebrity favorite, dressing Lady Gaga, actress Kate Bosworth and singer Dua Lipa.The increasing importance of Fashion Week reflects Britain's booming fashion industry, with revenues for women's ready-to-wear rising by 5.5 percent to 30.9 billion pounds (.6 billion) in 2018, according to the market analyst group Mintel.Newspaper headline: On the catwalkDu Zihao (1st R), a volunteer librarian, introduces a book to a little boy at Jimo Bookstore in Qingdao City, east China's Shandong Province, July 19, 2018. Chinese readers, many of whom had switched to e-reading devices and online bookstores, are now flocking back to traditional stores as they are offering a wider range of new products. The Bookdao New Publishing Institute, a consultancy to the country's publishing and book selling industry, surveyed 62 chains and found that some 65 percent plan to open more than five new stores this year, and 18 percent of them will open over 100. There were 225,000 bookstores and sales outlets in the country by the end of last year, up by 4.3 percent over 2017. Total sales of publications in the domestic retail sector reached 158 billion yuan (about 23.3 billion U.S. dollars), a year-on-year growth of 11.3 percent, the report said. Industry insiders said the revitalization of bookstores is largely due to favorable policies that have been unveiled in recent years. The upgrading of cultural consumption has also helped the bookstore industry as consumers are now demanding more quality content and lifestyles. (Xinhua/Liang Xiaopeng)聽A worker sprays water to an elephant along the Beira Lake in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Feb. 17, 2019. Dozens of elephants gathered here to take part in the annual Buddhist Navam procession at the Gangaramaya Temple, scheduled for Feb. 18-19, with thousands of traditional drummers, dancers, and monks. (Xinhua/Tang Lu)聽A worker sprays water to an elephant along the Beira Lake in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Feb. 17, 2019. Dozens of elephants gathered here to take part in the annual Buddhist Navam procession at the Gangaramaya Temple, scheduled for Feb. 18-19, with thousands of traditional drummers, dancers, and monks. (Xinhua/Tang Lu)聽George Mendonsa poses with a copy of V-J Day in Times Square in 2012. Photo: ICThe sailor pictured kissing a woman in Times Square as people celebrated the end of World War II has died at age 95, his daughter told The Providence Journal.George Mendonsa had a seizure on Sunday after falling at an assisted living facility in Middletown, Rhode Island, his daughter Sharon Molleur said.In the iconic image, one of four taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt for Life magazine, Mendonsa is seen ecstatically bending over and kissing a woman in a white nurse's uniform.It was published by Life as V-J Day in Times Square.Mendonsa, who served in the Pacific during World War II, was on home leave when the picture was taken.He had long claimed to be the sailor in the picture, but it wasn't confirmed until recently with the use of facial recognition technology.Greta Zimmer Friedman, the woman in the picture, died in 2016 at the age of 92.Eisenstaedt did not get the names of the kissing strangers.聽He later described watching the sailor running along the street, and grabbing any girl in sight."I was running ahead of him with my Leica looking back over my shoulder but none of the pictures that were possible pleased me," he wrote in Eisenstaedt on Eisenstaedt."Then suddenly, in a flash, I saw something white being grabbed. I turned around and clicked the moment the sailor kissed the nurse. If she had been dressed in a dark dress I would never have taken the picture."

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          A model walks the catwalk during London Fashion Week. Photo: ICThe dreamlike elegance of Roksanda, earthy shades of JW Anderson and a rubber-inspired collection from Christopher Kane were among the highlights of the fourth day of London Fashion Week on Monday.聽Serbian designer Roksanda Ilincic, a growing force in the British fashion world since her 2005 debut, took over a large warehouse-like space in the West End Selfridges department store, a temple of fashion and luxury consumption for her much-anticipated show.The designer, who regularly dresses A-List stars from the Duchess of Cambridge to Melania Trump and Emma Stone, dusted the catwalk with a fine coat of white sand, illuminated by artificial rainbows, to conjure a dreamy landscape.聽Her wardrobe echoed the laid-back, contemplative mood, with long, fluid dresses nonchalantly tied at the waist or shoulder, in the style of Roman togas.聽Roksanda, who now operates in 40 countries and regions, made sparing use of gabardine, silk and satin, which she fashioned into geometric compositions inspired by her architectural background.Renowned for her ability to create subtle and harmonious color combinations, the designer said backstage that her choice of a palette dominated by brown, gold and fuchsia was guided by "a lot of intuition."聽"Obviously after that I have my very precious box with lots of color swatches, everything, some are fabrics, some are little swatches from books or postcards," she explained.Northern Irish designer JW Anderson also presented his fashion house's Autumn/Winter 2019 collection, calling it an "exploration of volume and proportions" and an "aristocratic continuation of the juxtapositions that imbue" his brand."JW Anderson is about going from one thing to the thing to the next, about polar opposites," he said backstage after the show.聽"The dresses with the thread going through, they just happened. We were improvising colors, it's kind of like we were taking a huge needle through the fabric. And it just stuck."His models strode down the catwalk wearing leather baseball caps high on their heads, with an earthy palette and a mixture of leathers and studding defining the collection.Christopher Kane, recognized as a driving force behind the "British New Wave" of designers, injected a more experimental atmosphere into Fashion Week with his show at a deserted office building in the heart of London, evoking fashion's darker underbelly.Small, ultra-short bustier dresses, enhanced with a touch of lace, were decorated with intriguing transparent pockets containing colored liquids while "human obsessions" were explored with fetish-inspired rubber balloons and latex gloves printed on T-shirts and dresses.The Scottish designer is also a celebrity favorite, dressing Lady Gaga, actress Kate Bosworth and singer Dua Lipa.The increasing importance of Fashion Week reflects Britain's booming fashion industry, with revenues for women's ready-to-wear rising by 5.5 percent to 30.9 billion pounds (.6 billion) in 2018, according to the market analyst group Mintel.Newspaper headline: On the catwalk

          Aerial photo taken on Feb. 17, 2019 shows snow scenery at the Laoniuwan section of the Yellow River at the border area between north China's Shanxi Province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)聽A displaced child who recently fled from Hodeidah holds bread he received from a charity group in a village in western Sanaa, Yemen, on Oct. 14, 2018. (Xinhua/Mohammed Mohammed)The United Nations announced that Yemen's warring sides agreed on the first phase of a redeployment plan in the Red Sea port city of Hodeidah following days of constructive negotiations.In a statement released late Sunday, the UN declared that representatives of the two-warring sides participated in a series of meetings held by the Redeployment and Coordination Committee (RCC) in the war-torn city of Hodeidah and achieved a significant progress.The UN statement said that "after lengthy but constructive discussions facilitated by the RCC Chair, the parties reached an agreement on Phase 1 of the mutual redeployment of forces."The plan for the redeployment of warring forces was created as envisaged by the previous agreement signed between the two sides during the peace talks held in Sweden in December 2018, the UN's statement added.Danish Lt. Gen. Michael Lollesgaard, who is leading the joint RCC in Hodeidah, plans to hold additional meetings with the representatives of the two warring sides within a week in a bid to finalize the agreement on Phase 2, according to the UN.The first phase of redeployment will include withdrawing forces from Hodeidah's strategic port as well as from Salif and Ras Issa ports within the same Yemeni province.A number of Yemeni observers commented on the new plan for pulling back the Iranian-allied Houthi rebels and the Yemeni government forces from Hodeidah, saying that it is a significant progress only if key provisions of the UN-declared plan are implemented.However, the observers said that there are no real prospects that the new redeployment plan will completely succeed in pulling out the warring forces from Hodeidah.They said that the UN did not succeed in implementing the previous agreement that mentioned withdrawal of troops from Hodeidah just two weeks after the cease-fire went into force on Dec. 18, but postponed without setting a specific timetable."Declaring that parties agreed on a particular plan is easy, but what really concerns us the most is how the terms of the agreement will be implemented," said Ibrahim Ali, an observer and writer.He said that "many previous agreements were declared but when it came to implementation of the terms agreed upon, nothing was achieved on the ground.""The new plan about withdrawal of troops from Hodeidah is a good step to reduce the suffering of people there, but it looks like it's going to face the same fate of previous agreements that we did not implement," he added.Aseel Saqladi, a spokesman for the pro-government Giants Brigades in Hodeidah, voiced pessimism about a prompt implementation of the new UN-led redeployment plan in the city.He said that "the Houthis did not implement the previous agreement and this new plan will only provide the rebels with sufficient time to transfer their weapons, strengthen their positions, mobilize their forces and plant more landmines in the city's farms."The spokesman said that "the recent UN-brokered cease-fire in Hodeidah is inhuman and against humanity because it is exploited by the Houthis only to kill people and destroy residential buildings with random shelling."Other Yemeni military analysts excluded the idea that the two warring sides will really agree to withdraw from Hodeidah without signing a political agreement to halt the war in the whole country.Mohsen Naji, an Aden-based military analyst, said that "both warring sides consider Hodeidah as a very valuable military asset and seizing it by one of them will be a great victory.""Who will manage the city of Hodeidah after withdrawal of the troops? What kind of authority will be in charge of the city's ports? It is very difficult to answer these two questions recently," he said.Earlier in the day, the United Nations Special Envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths left the rebel-held capital Sanaa after a one-day visit aimed at discussing withdrawal of warring forces and opening humanitarian corridors.The UN and its humanitarian partners have been warning for several weeks that the Arab country is on the brink of famine, a result of a nearly four-year-old civil war.Hodeidah is a key port city and home to the Red Sea Mills, housing enough grain to feed millions of people for a month, but presently inaccessible to aid workers, the UN said.Yemen has been mired in the civil war since late 2014 when the Houthi rebels overtook the capital Sanaa and toppled the government of President Abd-Rabbuh Mansour Hadi. A Saudi-led coalition has been fighting the Houthis since 2015.The war has killed more than 10,000 people and created a serious humanitarian crisis.聽Aerial photo taken on Feb. 17, 2019 shows snow scenery at the Laoniuwan section of the Yellow River at the border area between north China's Shanxi Province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)聽A tourist plays plor bowler in the Tianchi scenic spot in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Feb. 17, 2019. In the winter up till Sunday, the Tianchi scenic spot received 230,000 tourists, generating an income of 225 million yuan (33.25 million U.S. dollars). (Xinhua/Sadat)聽Illustration: Liu Rui/GTThe second summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Hanoi on February 27 and 28 will trigger complicated changes in East Asia's politics. Though the effect on US-Japan relations will be limited, North Korea-Japan ties will move in a positive direction.Currently, Pyongyang demands withdrawal of sanctions, signing a peace treaty, an end-of-war declaration, and a security guarantee for North Korea. Washington had asked Pyongyang to undertake complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization, which might be now relaxed. The US may agree that North Korea fulfill it in stages. Before any progress in denuclearization, the US will not ease sanctions substantially. Therefore, the Hanoi talks could produce substantive results, much more significant than the Singapore summit.However, it won't shake the relationship between US and its East Asian allies. Even if the US and North Korea forge new relations, it would obviously not be as firm as the US-Japan alliance. Once the talks make headway, Washington may gradually lift the sanctions on Pyongyang, helping get North Korea's economy out of the doldrums. Other areas will be left as they are.聽In this context, possible improvement in US-North Korea ties would not have noticeable impact on US-Japan relations. However, it may make Tokyo and Pyongyang move closer.In recent years, Japan and North Korea have interacted mainly on the issue of past abductions of Japanese nationals, and over Pyongyang conducting nuclear and missiles tests which have Japan within their range. Whenever tensions soared on the Korean Peninsula, Japan took a hard-line stance toward North Korea and proposed to enhance sanctions.聽If Washington-Pyongyang ties improve, Tokyo may rethink its policy toward North Korea, participate in efforts with other East Asian countries to push for peace on the Peninsula and ease geopolitical strains.聽After the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, Tokyo has been marginalized over the Korean Peninsula.聽Furthermore, on the abductions issue and North Korea's nuclear issue, Japan's right to speak is waning.聽If the US' basic request on North Korea is met, Japan may seek to normalize relations with North Korea. Furthermore, Tokyo may help Pyongyang's economy later by offering financial aid and investment. With these moves, Japan may intend to increase its influence on the Peninsula.聽聽Amid the easing ties between North and South Korea, as well as between Pyongyang and other stakeholders on the Korean Peninsula, if Japan maintains its conservative strategy for North Korea, its overall Northeast Asia diplomacy will be affected.Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe would find it hard to shore up domestic support through vibrant diplomacy. Tokyo can take advantage of the positive signals the next Trump-Kim summit generates to win the opportunity to boost its ties with North Korea.If Washington-Pyongyang ties are significantly enhanced, it will send a conciliatory message to Tokyo. Under the US-Japan-South Korea alliance and under the framework of US-Japan military cooperation, if North Korea is still hostile toward Japan, it may find it hard to get a multilateral diplomatic foothold in East Asia. In fact, Pyongyang hopes to talk to Tokyo. North Korea's geopolitics depends on support from traditionally friendly states such as China and Russia. Meanwhile, it also desires to enhance relations with South Korea and Japan, so as to gain maximum advantage in multilateral geopolitics and security in East Asian and Asia-Pacific regions.聽The last time Japanese leaders visited Pyongyang was during the administration of then prime minister Junichiro Koizumi. As then deputy chief cabinet secretary, Abe was also part of the visiting delegation. Currently, the domestic politics in Japan is stable. Abe is set to remain in office until 2021. Abe's diplomacy with Russia has been criticized at home as fawning toward Moscow. Abe would not risk visiting North Korea if Pyongyang does not make obvious concessions. Japan's strategic changes toward North Korea should come about gradually.However, Abe and Kim may meet in a third state, which is friendly with both countries, such as Mongolia. Their diplomats, special envoys may meet first, laying the ground for both leaders' face-to-face talks. However, a meeting between Abe and Kim may unlikely happen in 2019.The author is director and research fellow of Institute of Northeast Asian Studies at Heilongjiang Provincial Academy of Social Sciences and chief expert at Northeast Asian Strategic Studies Institute. opinion@globaltimes.com.cnNorthwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region launched 16 pairs of passenger trains on Monday, according to the China Railway Urumqi Group Co., Ltd. Ten pairs of trains were opened to link the regional capital of Urumqi with cities and prefectures including Shihezi, Kuytun, Turpan, Usu and Hami. The other six pairs of trains contain three in the north, two in the south and one in the east. The newly-added routes that connect major cities with surrounding areas will boost development of the cities and make travels in Xinjiang more convenient, said Geng Xingshan, an engineer from the passenger transport department of the company. Chen Wei, who has worked in Urumqi for years, visits her parents in Shihezi every month. "It used to take three hours by train to get to Shihezi, which is 150 km away from Urumqi. Now it only takes one hour," she said. "With more than 20 trains a day now, it is simple and easy for me to book a ticket online and go home at any time." Xinjiang has provided a variety of travel choices for its residents over the past few years, from high-speed bullet trains to the slow "green trains," to satisfy different types of demand of passengers.A Sukhoi Su-30 fighter aircraft attends the Aero India Show 2019 rehearsal over the Yelahanka air base in Bangalore, India, on Feb. 18, 2019. The five-day Aero India Show 2019 will start on Feb. 20. (Xinhua)An ambulance is seen near the site of an explosion in Cairo, Egypt, on Feb. 19, 2019. A terrorist and two Egyptian policemen were killed Monday in a bomb explosion in the old quarter of the Egyptian capital Cairo, the interior ministry said. (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)聽

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          George Mendonsa poses with a copy of V-J Day in Times Square in 2012. Photo: ICThe sailor pictured kissing a woman in Times Square as people celebrated the end of World War II has died at age 95, his daughter told The Providence Journal.George Mendonsa had a seizure on Sunday after falling at an assisted living facility in Middletown, Rhode Island, his daughter Sharon Molleur said.In the iconic image, one of four taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt for Life magazine, Mendonsa is seen ecstatically bending over and kissing a woman in a white nurse's uniform.It was published by Life as V-J Day in Times Square.Mendonsa, who served in the Pacific during World War II, was on home leave when the picture was taken.He had long claimed to be the sailor in the picture, but it wasn't confirmed until recently with the use of facial recognition technology.Greta Zimmer Friedman, the woman in the picture, died in 2016 at the age of 92.Eisenstaedt did not get the names of the kissing strangers.聽He later described watching the sailor running along the street, and grabbing any girl in sight."I was running ahead of him with my Leica looking back over my shoulder but none of the pictures that were possible pleased me," he wrote in Eisenstaedt on Eisenstaedt."Then suddenly, in a flash, I saw something white being grabbed. I turned around and clicked the moment the sailor kissed the nurse. If she had been dressed in a dark dress I would never have taken the picture."

          Li Zhanshu (R), chairman of the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee, meets with Ninoyu Satoshi, a member of Japan's House of Councillors who heads a delegation consisting of several members of Japan's House of Councillors, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 18, 2019. The delegation was in Beijing to attend the eighth meeting of the mechanism for regular exchanges between China's top legislature and the upper house of the National Diet of Japan. (Xinhua/Li Tao)China's top legislator Li Zhanshu on Monday met with a delegation consisting of several members of Japan's House of Councillors, pledging to enhance the exchanges and cooperation with the National Diet of Japan, so as to promote Sino-Japanese relationship.Li, chairman of the National People's Congress Standing Committee, said there are important opportunities facing the two countries this year for further improvement and development of bilateral ties, as China-Japan relations were led back to the right track of development after Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met three times last year and reached important consensus."The two sides should implement the consensus of the leaders of the two countries, enhance mutual trust over strategic security, expand pragmatic cooperation in such areas as the economy, culture and exchanges between the young people," said Li.Ninoyu Satoshi, head of the delegation and a member of Japan's House of Councillors, said the National Diet of Japan would like to reinforce contacts and mutual understanding with the National People's Congress of China and make more contributions to the two countries' neighborly friendliness.The delegation was in Beijing to attend the eighth meeting of the mechanism for regular exchanges between China's top legislature and the upper house of the National Diet of Japan.聽People participate in a protest in Chicago, the United States, on Feb. 18, 2019. Over 100 people gathered on Monday in Chicago to protest against President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration.(Xinhua/Wang Ping) 聽The Yakovlevs, a Britain-based aerobatic team flying Russian-designed Yakovlev aircrafts, attend the Aero India Show 2019 rehearsal over the Yelahanka air base in Bangalore, India, on Feb. 18, 2019. The five-day Aero India Show 2019 will start on Feb. 20. (Xinhua)Elephants take a rest in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Feb. 18, 2019. Dozens of elephants gathered here to take part in the annual Buddhist Navam procession at the Gangaramaya Temple, scheduled for Feb. 18-19, with thousands of traditional drummers, dancers, and monks. (Xinhua/A.HAPUARACHCHI)聽An elephant sprays water over itself in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Feb. 18, 2019. Dozens of elephants gathered here to take part in the annual Buddhist Navam procession at the Gangaramaya Temple, scheduled for Feb. 18-19, with thousands of traditional drummers, dancers, and monks. (Xinhua/A.HAPUARACHCHI)聽A shared bike "graveyard" in Hefei, East China's Anhui Province Photo: VCGThe retreat of the sharing economy in China's first-tier cities over the past few years is obvious to anyone who has been paying attention.聽The shared bikes that used to line the sidewalks and subway entrances in Shanghai and Beijing seem to have disappeared. Reports about the troubles haunting sharing start-ups flood the media, such as the news that Didi Chuxing moved to cut more than 2,000 jobs around the 2019 Spring Festival holidays, the bankruptcy rumors that swirled around Ofo late last year, and the story of the CEO of Togo, a car-sharing start-up, who was surrounded by customers and employees demanding refunds and unpaid salaries last month.The fall of the brightest stars in China's sharing economy, like those mentioned above, has also been pressuring market players to adopt a more conservative market strategy.聽He Yuefeng, who founded shared parking start-up Xiaomazhiting, is one of those still banking on the sharing economy business model. But faced with a general market slowdown, he shifted his company's fast expansion strategy in 2017 to a "contraction strategy" in 2018, which he will continue this year.聽"We have seen a lot of examples, the rapid rise and fall of many sharing start-ups... from my point of view, the sharing economy has been developing too fast, led by a relatively young generation of entrepreneurs, but many of their products do not have backers - solid market demand and mature government regulations - for their long-term survival," He told the Global Times during a telephone interview on Sunday.聽He is particularly cautioned by shared bicycle companies like Ofo. "On the one hand, you saw those companies develop fast with a lot of capital pouring into the sector. On the other hand, we can see via media the 'corpse mountains' of abandoned shared bikes. Are the bikes being buried? No, it's the money that is buried," He said.聽Xiaomazhiting has launched internet-linked locks at parking spaces in residential neighborhoods and commercial properties in a number of Chinese cities. The intelligent locks allow users to reserve online to use idle private parking spaces. So far, Xiaomazhiting has launched more than 10,000 such locks nationwide, He said.聽The last golden year聽He's company was launched in 2017, often considered by many as the "last golden year" for the sharing economy wave in China. That year, Ofo had secured financing of more than billion in the first six months, while Mobike also announced a 0 million financing round in July. In the shared electric charger market, the total investment volume surpassed 1 billion yuan (8 million) in the first half of 2017, according to a report by the CCTV financial news channel in December 2017.聽"Investors, particularly angel investors, were crazily going after sharing economy projects at that time, because the sharing economy was the new 'investment hotspot'' after mobile internet. Many domestic investors were seeking such a "hotspot" for their capital. Many of them did not carefully study the feasibility of those sharing economy projects. They were just blindly betting their money on those projects, hoping that one of them would hit the market," Guo Tao, a veteran angel investor, told the Global Times on Monday.聽With such passion among investors and entrepreneurs, there emerged many sharing economy companies on the domestic market, from shared bikes and cars to shared umbrellas, gyms and karaoke. A number of strange shared products also appeared, such as shared sleeping warehouses, which were launched in mid-2017 but stopped by local governments a week later.聽Guo, who had contacted several of those projects earlier, said that many of those聽 companies were just using the sharing concept as a type of聽 gimmick. "Many of those companies had ultra-high operation costs and a single profitability model. Besides, there were too many similar competitors on the market and users didn't adhere to any of them," Guo said.聽Companies that have banked on the idea of "sharing" have also faced problems they had never imagined before.聽Malicious damage has been one of them. Just as some people try to聽 harm the locks on shared bikes, some people have destroyed the intelligent locks installed by Xiaomazhiting in parking lots, He said.聽"In residential neighborhoods, some property owners who don't welcome our products report them to the urban management departments asking to demolish those installations. Some drivers even crash their cars straight into the locks to break down those installations. We can hardly do anything to deal with such problems," He said.聽Profitability models pose another problem. Like shared bikes, Xiaomazhiting has to accumulate a large user volume before profits are possible. "We have to launch millions - or even tens of millions - of those smart locks before we can talk about profits," He said, adding he is not sure whether he can reach that target before capital burns out.Receding capital聽The receding of the sharing economy in China has been accelerated by dwindling聽 investment. As the sharing concept gradually loses its shine and more sharing economy start-ups fail, investors are looking to draw money from the sector to the next hot industry, whatever it may be.聽Guo said that now he would say no to almost any project linked to the sharing concept, though he notes there may be an exception for projects that really stand out. Many investors Guo knows share the same attitude."If an entrepreneur claims that he wants to establish a sharing company, it's very likely that the investors wouldn't even look at his project prospectus," Guo said.聽According to Guo, many investors have been burdened by such projects in recent years, as those start-ups were burning money at a faster speed compared with companies in other industries, casting a psychological shadow for investors.聽Chang Xin, who worked for QF Capital as an investor, expressed a similar view. "So far, there are very few sharing economy companies that can make profits after they burn such a large amount of investment capital. This is not what the investors have anticipated. Those companies can't make big money," she told the Global Times on Sunday.He said that financing was never easy for his company, even in the so-called "good days," but it is becoming even more difficult now.聽"It's almost impossible now," he said. "And this applies not only to the sharing economy, but to other industries. Investors would rather put their money in banks than invest in start-ups."聽Hope existsBut despite the failure of many companies, there still remain fighters quietly clinging to their business models and trying to survive the industry's winter.聽"After the bubbles of the sharing economy are squeezed out, the companies that remain will really match market demands," Liu Dingding, an independent tech analyst, told the Global Times on Monday.聽One example is Hellobike which, even following the fall of Ofo and Mobike bicycles, has been on the rise with a better, deposit-free business model and higher quality, Liu said.聽Some shared gym companies are also holding on. The Global Times on Monday visited a shared gym located in a Shanghai neighborhood popular with young people. The gym, which resembles a box with a treadmill and wall-mounted TV in it, appeared quite popular among locals, who struggled to get a reservation.聽He is also persistent. In addition to his shared parking business, he is now launching "shared villas," similar to Airbnb-style accommodations, for rent near famous tourism sites. He says it is a good business model based on the market feedback he has received so far.聽"I think for the sharing economy, it's important that companies understand what the market needs, instead of creating something to make the market accept," he said.聽Liu also said that he is still optimistic about two kinds of shared economy businesses: one is shared houses like Airbnb, while the other is shared transportation, such as bike sharing. "I believe that those sectors have rigid demand in the market, regardless of investment tides," Liu said.Newspaper headline: Waning sharing economyPhoto taken on Feb. 17, 2019 shows colorful lanterns at Yansi ancient town of Huangshan, east China's Anhui Province. With the approaching of the Lantern Festival, many places across the country are decorated by colorful lanterns. (Xinhua/Shi Guangde)聽The Kremlin on Monday condemned the blocking of Russian government-backed RT video channels by Facebook as "unprecedented and undisguised pressure on the Russian media.""Unfortunately, many large companies that provide services in the field of social networks and in other, let's say, digital formats, are also used by the authorities of unfriendly countries as a tool to exert pressure on Russian media," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was quoted as saying by RIA Novosti news agency.Such actions lead to a loss of confidence and, probably, to serious damage to the reputation of these largest and quite respected international companies, Peskov added.Facebook suspended on Friday three online video channels run by Maffick Media, a company whose majority stakeholder is Ruptly, a subsidiary of RT, CNN reported Saturday.Peskov said he hoped that RT would manage to defend its rights.RT Editor Margarita Simonyan twitted on Monday that Facebook blocked the channels after a CNN article written following a tip from a fund sponsored by the U.S. State Department that the channels were actually sponsored by the Russian government.She said that Facebook immediately blocked the channels without advancing any accusations, although RT had never violated any Facebook rules, nor had any complaints from it.She said just one of the blocked channels, In the Now, was "wildly successful" with 2.5 billion views and 4 million subscribers on Facebook.

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          • 1 People gather at the site of an explosion in Cairo, Egypt, on Feb. 19, 2019. A terrorist and two Egyptian policemen were killed Monday in a bomb explosion in the old quarter of the Egyptian capital Cairo, the interior ministry said. (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa) 聽
          • 2 An elephant eats along the Beira Lake in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Feb. 18, 2019. Dozens of elephants gathered here to take part in the annual Buddhist Navam procession at the Gangaramaya Temple, scheduled for Feb. 18-19, with thousands of traditional drummers, dancers, and monks. (Xinhua/A.HAPUARACHCHI)聽
          • 3 Dancers perform during a gala show "Cultures of China, Festival of Spring" as part of the Chinese new year celebrations in Surabaya, East Java Province, Indonesia, Feb. 18, 2019. (Xinhua/Zulkarnain)聽
          • 4 People visit an annual traditional fair of Tangqiu, or "tanghulu", a traditional Chinese snack of candied fruit, in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, on Feb. 18, 2019. (Xinhua/Li Ziheng)聽
          • 5 A displaced child who recently fled from Hodeidah holds bread he received from a charity group in a village in western Sanaa, Yemen, on Oct. 14, 2018. (Xinhua/Mohammed Mohammed)The United Nations announced that Yemen's warring sides agreed on the first phase of a redeployment plan in the Red Sea port city of Hodeidah following days of constructive negotiations.In a statement released late Sunday, the UN declared that representatives of the two-warring sides participated in a series of meetings held by the Redeployment and Coordination Committee (RCC) in the war-torn city of Hodeidah and achieved a significant progress.The UN statement said that "after lengthy but constructive discussions facilitated by the RCC Chair, the parties reached an agreement on Phase 1 of the mutual redeployment of forces."The plan for the redeployment of warring forces was created as envisaged by the previous agreement signed between the two sides during the peace talks held in Sweden in December 2018, the UN's statement added.Danish Lt. Gen. Michael Lollesgaard, who is leading the joint RCC in Hodeidah, plans to hold additional meetings with the representatives of the two warring sides within a week in a bid to finalize the agreement on Phase 2, according to the UN.The first phase of redeployment will include withdrawing forces from Hodeidah's strategic port as well as from Salif and Ras Issa ports within the same Yemeni province.A number of Yemeni observers commented on the new plan for pulling back the Iranian-allied Houthi rebels and the Yemeni government forces from Hodeidah, saying that it is a significant progress only if key provisions of the UN-declared plan are implemented.However, the observers said that there are no real prospects that the new redeployment plan will completely succeed in pulling out the warring forces from Hodeidah.They said that the UN did not succeed in implementing the previous agreement that mentioned withdrawal of troops from Hodeidah just two weeks after the cease-fire went into force on Dec. 18, but postponed without setting a specific timetable."Declaring that parties agreed on a particular plan is easy, but what really concerns us the most is how the terms of the agreement will be implemented," said Ibrahim Ali, an observer and writer.He said that "many previous agreements were declared but when it came to implementation of the terms agreed upon, nothing was achieved on the ground.""The new plan about withdrawal of troops from Hodeidah is a good step to reduce the suffering of people there, but it looks like it's going to face the same fate of previous agreements that we did not implement," he added.Aseel Saqladi, a spokesman for the pro-government Giants Brigades in Hodeidah, voiced pessimism about a prompt implementation of the new UN-led redeployment plan in the city.He said that "the Houthis did not implement the previous agreement and this new plan will only provide the rebels with sufficient time to transfer their weapons, strengthen their positions, mobilize their forces and plant more landmines in the city's farms."The spokesman said that "the recent UN-brokered cease-fire in Hodeidah is inhuman and against humanity because it is exploited by the Houthis only to kill people and destroy residential buildings with random shelling."Other Yemeni military analysts excluded the idea that the two warring sides will really agree to withdraw from Hodeidah without signing a political agreement to halt the war in the whole country.Mohsen Naji, an Aden-based military analyst, said that "both warring sides consider Hodeidah as a very valuable military asset and seizing it by one of them will be a great victory.""Who will manage the city of Hodeidah after withdrawal of the troops? What kind of authority will be in charge of the city's ports? It is very difficult to answer these two questions recently," he said.Earlier in the day, the United Nations Special Envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths left the rebel-held capital Sanaa after a one-day visit aimed at discussing withdrawal of warring forces and opening humanitarian corridors.The UN and its humanitarian partners have been warning for several weeks that the Arab country is on the brink of famine, a result of a nearly four-year-old civil war.Hodeidah is a key port city and home to the Red Sea Mills, housing enough grain to feed millions of people for a month, but presently inaccessible to aid workers, the UN said.Yemen has been mired in the civil war since late 2014 when the Houthi rebels overtook the capital Sanaa and toppled the government of President Abd-Rabbuh Mansour Hadi. A Saudi-led coalition has been fighting the Houthis since 2015.The war has killed more than 10,000 people and created a serious humanitarian crisis.聽
          • 62 People hold placards to participate in a protest in Chicago, the United States, on Feb. 18, 2019. Over 100 people gathered on Monday in Chicago to protest against President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration.(Xinhua/Wang Ping) 聽
          • 7 Tourists play in the Tianchi scenic spot in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Feb. 17, 2019. In the winter up till Sunday, the Tianchi scenic spot received 230,000 tourists, generating an income of 225 million yuan (33.25 million U.S. dollars). (Xinhua/Sadat)聽
          • 8 Photo taken on Feb. 14, 2019 shows an iceberg on the sea near the Zhongshan Station, a Chinese research base in Antarctica. The Zhongshan Station was set up in February 1989. Within tens of kilometers to the station, ice sheets, glacier and iceberg can all be seen. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping) 聽
          • 9 The Yakovlevs, a Britain-based aerobatic team flying Russian-designed Yakovlev aircrafts, attend the Aero India Show 2019 rehearsal over the Yelahanka air base in Bangalore, India, on Feb. 18, 2019. The five-day Aero India Show 2019 will start on Feb. 20. (Xinhua)
          • 10 Photo taken on Feb. 14, 2019 shows icebergs near the Zhongshan Station, a Chinese research base in Antarctica. The Zhongshan Station was set up in February 1989. Within tens of kilometers to the station, ice sheets, glacier and iceberg can all be seen. (Xinhua/Liu Shiping)聽

          Aerial photo taken on Feb. 17, 2019 shows snow scenery at the Laoniuwan section of the Yellow River at the border area between north China's Shanxi Province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)聽

          Policemen are seen at the site of an explosion in Cairo, Egypt, on Feb. 19, 2019. A terrorist and two Egyptian policemen were killed Monday in a bomb explosion in the old quarter of the Egyptian capital Cairo, the interior ministry said. (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)A terrorist and two Egyptian policemen were killed Monday in a bomb explosion in the old quarter of the Egyptian capital Cairo, the interior ministry said.In a statement, the ministry said a bomb that was in the possession of the terrorist went off right after police forces captured him in Cairo's al-Darb al-Ahmar district.Three police officers were also injured in the bomb blast, the ministry added.The terrorist was involved in the thwarted attempt to target a police patrol with an improvised explosive charge in Giza province on Friday, the statement said.After investigation and search operations, police spotted the location of the terrorist who was hiding in a local area in al-Darb al-Ahmar district of Cairo, the statement said.According to the statement, police forces surrounded and captured the terrorist, but one of the bombs he obtained exploded, leaving him and two policemen dead.Terrorism rose in Egypt following the military ouster of former Islamist President Mohamed Morsi in July 2013 in response to mass protests against his one-year rule and his currently banned Muslim Brotherhood group.Terror attacks gradually expanded from North Sinai province to other provinces including the capital Cairo, and started to target the Coptic minority via church bombings and shootings.聽聽Elephants take a rest in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Feb. 18, 2019. Dozens of elephants gathered here to take part in the annual Buddhist Navam procession at the Gangaramaya Temple, scheduled for Feb. 18-19, with thousands of traditional drummers, dancers, and monks. (Xinhua/A.HAPUARACHCHI)聽Illustration: Liu Rui/GTThe second summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Hanoi on February 27 and 28 will trigger complicated changes in East Asia's politics. Though the effect on US-Japan relations will be limited, North Korea-Japan ties will move in a positive direction.Currently, Pyongyang demands withdrawal of sanctions, signing a peace treaty, an end-of-war declaration, and a security guarantee for North Korea. Washington had asked Pyongyang to undertake complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization, which might be now relaxed. The US may agree that North Korea fulfill it in stages. Before any progress in denuclearization, the US will not ease sanctions substantially. Therefore, the Hanoi talks could produce substantive results, much more significant than the Singapore summit.However, it won't shake the relationship between US and its East Asian allies. Even if the US and North Korea forge new relations, it would obviously not be as firm as the US-Japan alliance. Once the talks make headway, Washington may gradually lift the sanctions on Pyongyang, helping get North Korea's economy out of the doldrums. Other areas will be left as they are.聽In this context, possible improvement in US-North Korea ties would not have noticeable impact on US-Japan relations. However, it may make Tokyo and Pyongyang move closer.In recent years, Japan and North Korea have interacted mainly on the issue of past abductions of Japanese nationals, and over Pyongyang conducting nuclear and missiles tests which have Japan within their range. Whenever tensions soared on the Korean Peninsula, Japan took a hard-line stance toward North Korea and proposed to enhance sanctions.聽If Washington-Pyongyang ties improve, Tokyo may rethink its policy toward North Korea, participate in efforts with other East Asian countries to push for peace on the Peninsula and ease geopolitical strains.聽After the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, Tokyo has been marginalized over the Korean Peninsula.聽Furthermore, on the abductions issue and North Korea's nuclear issue, Japan's right to speak is waning.聽If the US' basic request on North Korea is met, Japan may seek to normalize relations with North Korea. Furthermore, Tokyo may help Pyongyang's economy later by offering financial aid and investment. With these moves, Japan may intend to increase its influence on the Peninsula.聽聽Amid the easing ties between North and South Korea, as well as between Pyongyang and other stakeholders on the Korean Peninsula, if Japan maintains its conservative strategy for North Korea, its overall Northeast Asia diplomacy will be affected.Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe would find it hard to shore up domestic support through vibrant diplomacy. Tokyo can take advantage of the positive signals the next Trump-Kim summit generates to win the opportunity to boost its ties with North Korea.If Washington-Pyongyang ties are significantly enhanced, it will send a conciliatory message to Tokyo. Under the US-Japan-South Korea alliance and under the framework of US-Japan military cooperation, if North Korea is still hostile toward Japan, it may find it hard to get a multilateral diplomatic foothold in East Asia. In fact, Pyongyang hopes to talk to Tokyo. North Korea's geopolitics depends on support from traditionally friendly states such as China and Russia. Meanwhile, it also desires to enhance relations with South Korea and Japan, so as to gain maximum advantage in multilateral geopolitics and security in East Asian and Asia-Pacific regions.聽The last time Japanese leaders visited Pyongyang was during the administration of then prime minister Junichiro Koizumi. As then deputy chief cabinet secretary, Abe was also part of the visiting delegation. Currently, the domestic politics in Japan is stable. Abe is set to remain in office until 2021. Abe's diplomacy with Russia has been criticized at home as fawning toward Moscow. Abe would not risk visiting North Korea if Pyongyang does not make obvious concessions. Japan's strategic changes toward North Korea should come about gradually.However, Abe and Kim may meet in a third state, which is friendly with both countries, such as Mongolia. Their diplomats, special envoys may meet first, laying the ground for both leaders' face-to-face talks. However, a meeting between Abe and Kim may unlikely happen in 2019.The author is director and research fellow of Institute of Northeast Asian Studies at Heilongjiang Provincial Academy of Social Sciences and chief expert at Northeast Asian Strategic Studies Institute. opinion@globaltimes.com.cnPeople visit the Zhongshuge bookstore in southwest China's Chongqing, Feb. 8, 2019. Chinese readers, many of whom had switched to e-reading devices and online bookstores, are now flocking back to traditional stores as they are offering a wider range of new products. The Bookdao New Publishing Institute, a consultancy to the country's publishing and book selling industry, surveyed 62 chains and found that some 65 percent plan to open more than five new stores this year, and 18 percent of them will open over 100. There were 225,000 bookstores and sales outlets in the country by the end of last year, up by 4.3 percent over 2017. Total sales of publications in the domestic retail sector reached 158 billion yuan (about 23.3 billion U.S. dollars), a year-on-year growth of 11.3 percent, the report said. Industry insiders said the revitalization of bookstores is largely due to favorable policies that have been unveiled in recent years. The upgrading of cultural consumption has also helped the bookstore industry as consumers are now demanding more quality content and lifestyles. (Xinhua/Liu Chan)聽Aerial photo taken on Feb. 17, 2019 shows snow scenery at the Laoniuwan section of the Yellow River at the border area between north China's Shanxi Province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)聽An elephant eats along the Beira Lake in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Feb. 18, 2019. Dozens of elephants gathered here to take part in the annual Buddhist Navam procession at the Gangaramaya Temple, scheduled for Feb. 18-19, with thousands of traditional drummers, dancers, and monks. (Xinhua/A.HAPUARACHCHI)聽Aerial photo taken on Feb. 17, 2019 shows snow scenery at the Laoniuwan section of the Yellow River at the border area between north China's Shanxi Province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)聽People visit an annual traditional fair of Tangqiu, or "tanghulu", a traditional Chinese snack of candied fruit, in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, on Feb. 18, 2019. (Xinhua/Li Ziheng)聽Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund dropped more points in the title race on Monday when they were held to a goalless draw at bottom side Nuremberg.Dortmund are now just three points ahead of second-placed Bayern Munich, the defending champions who won 3-2 at Augsburg on Friday, with their lead slashed from nine points after drawing their last three league games."That was definitely too little from us," said forward Mario Goetze."They didn't make it easy for us by standing deep, but we must improve."Even without injured playmaker 颅Marco Reus, plus defenders Lukasz Piszczek and Manuel Akanji, this was another below-par display from the league leaders.Nuremberg were hammered 7-0 at Dortmund in September, but this was a vastly improved display from the hosts and the draw was celebrated like a win on the home bench.It was their first game under caretaker coaches Marek Mintal and Boris Schommers after both head coach 颅Michael Knoeller and director of sport Andreas Borneman were sacked last week.The hosts deserve tremendous credit for battling as their captain Hanno Behrens twice went close to giving his side a shock lead, but his first-half headers went over.Nuremberg's goalkeeper Christian Mathenia, who made four saves in the first half from Goetze alone, repeatedly thwarted the visitors' attack, but Nuremberg's winless streak in the league has now been stretched out to 16 games.聽"No one gave us a chance going into this game which makes me even 颅prouder that we picked up a point," said Mathenia.Having crashed 3-0 at Tottenham Hotspur last week in the Champions League last-16, first-leg, Lucien Favre's Dortmund again failed to score and are now winless in their last five games in all competitions.The first half was twice halted to clear black tennis balls, thrown onto the pitch by fans in protest over the unpopular Monday night kickoff times in the Bundesliga which will be abolished for the 2021-22 season.Tourists play in the Tianchi scenic spot in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Feb. 17, 2019. In the winter up till Sunday, the Tianchi scenic spot received 230,000 tourists, generating an income of 225 million yuan (33.25 million U.S. dollars). (Xinhua/Sadat)聽Dancers perform during a gala show "Cultures of China, Festival of Spring" as part of the Chinese new year celebrations in Surabaya, East Java Province, Indonesia, Feb. 18, 2019. (Xinhua/Zulkarnain)聽
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