Guenveur believes the new 10.5-inch iPad Air could stru

Guenveur believes the new 10.5-inch iPad Air could stru

  uggle to find a place in the market considering the 11-inch iPad Pro is still a more powe

rful option that also supports the pencil. The iPad Mini, however, could push a decent amount of people to upgrade.

  ”There is certainly a market for the iPad Mini, especially among

students and teens, but I don’t know for how long the upgrade cycle for it will be,’ Guenveur said. “I

suspect it will do very well for one large upgrade cycle for the rest of the year and then slowly drop off.”

  Correction: An earlier version of this story detailed incorrectly what ships with the new iPads.The

Speaker of Britain’s House of Commons has thrown a constitutional curve ball into the Brexit process.

  Citing a convention that dates back to 1604, John Bercow thwarted an attempt by Prime

Minister Theresa May to hold another vote on her beleaguered Brexit bill this week.

  Parliament has already rejected it twice by substantial margins. But with a deadline of March 29 approaching — at which t

he UK crashes out of the EU unless an agreement is reached — May’s government hoped to bring the deal back a th

ird time. There were even reports that if it failed again, she might return for a fourth attempt.

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Utsav Vasudeva, a 22-year-old law student in the souther

Utsav Vasudeva, a 22-year-old law student in the souther

  city of Bengaluru, says the BJP “has done a lot of good work” but he is uneasy about its religious underpinnings.

  ”Any time that (situation) happens it is chaotic for the system, and I feel one thing Congress stands for is secularism, which the BJP does not,” he said.

  Modi’s rise has left many Indian liberals worried about an increase in religious intolerance at the expense of Muslim

s and other minorities. In contrast to the Congress Party’s secular stance, the BJP is strongly aligned with conse

rvative Hindu nationalists — the more extreme of whom want India governed in accordance with strict Hindu beliefs.

  Eshna Kutty, 22, was born in the southern city of Chennai, grew up in New Delhi and

now studies dance therapy in Mumbai. She is concerned about the next leader’s approach to governing a diverse country.

  ”In a country that has different religions and cultures, Modi as a leader, his party bein

g in power, means that a huge population is ignored and sidelined,” Kutty told CNN.

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European Union to suspend all Boeing 737 MAX aircraft at 3

European Union to suspend all Boeing 737 MAX aircraft at 3

  The European Union is suspending all operations of all Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in Europe beginning at 3 p.m. ET, according to a statement.

  “As a precautionary measure, EASA has published today an Airworthiness Directive, effect

ive as of 19:00 UTC, suspending all flight operations of all Boeing Model 737-8 MAX and 737-9 MAX aeroplanes in Europe.”

  ”In addition EASA has published a Safety Directive, effective as of 19:00 UTC, suspendi

ng all commercial flights performed by third-country operators into, within or out of the EU of the above mentioned models.”

  The announcement follows a growing tide of European countries that grounded or banned the airplane from flying overhead.

  The president of a major flight attendant union on T

uesday called for the Federal Aviation Administration to temporarily ground the Boeing 737 MAX fle

et “until FAA-identified fixes to the plane can be installed, communicated, and confirmed.”

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Stricter regulation in store for online commerce: Zhang Mao

Stricter regulation in store for online commerce: Zhang Mao

hina’s market regulator said on Monday that the government will promote stricter regulation and supervision over online comm

erce, amid public concerns about false advertising, fake imported goods and monopolistic practices.

E-commerce platforms also have to take key responsibilities for promoting credibility and in

tegrity, Zhang Mao, minister of State Administration of Market Regulation, said at a news conf

erence on the sidelines of the ongoing two sessions, urging them to strengthen internal controls.

Zhang stressed that the administration will set the same standard for online and offline sh

opping and increase the penalties of selling fake goods for a better development of e-commerce.

same standard for online and offline shopping and in

crease the penalties of selling fake goods for a better development

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Talent, research capabilities needed in scientific fields

Talent, research capabilities needed in scientific fields

About a century ago, Chen Duxiu, one of the founders of the Comm

unist Party of China, called for the people to use science to save the country from the dark ages. Scie

nce was also widely encouraged during the May Fourth Movement in 1919, a campaign that opposed im

perialism and feudalism, thus changing the trajectory of contemporary Chinese history.

Despite its relatively late introduction, modern science has taken root, flourished and intertwined with the fate of th

is ancient nation. Scientific knowledge, along with the attitude, methods, ideas and spirit, are not only aff

ecting people’s day-to-day decisions, but are also driving the socioeconomic development of China and the world.

These facts will be more apparent this year as we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of

China. The Chinese Academy of Sciences will also celebrate its 70th birthday in November.

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South Korea’s plastic problem is a literal trash Uiseong, a pictu

South Korea’s plastic problem is a literal trash Uiseong, a pictu

  ue South Korean farming county, was a backwater until homegrown heroes the Garlic Girl

s became breakout stars and curling silver medalists at last year’s Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

  In recent months the spotlight has again fallen on Uiseong for a far less glorious rea

son: a smoldering mountain of garbage which highlights the trash crisis in the densely populated nation.

  Among the rice paddies and beside the Nakdong River in the

country’s east, a horseshoe-shaped, 170,000-ton heap of trash is spontaneously combusting, spe

wing out plumes of smoke and the nose-scorching, chemical stench of burning plastic.

  On a cold February morning, six workers wearing grimy overalls a

nd gas masks clamber over the 50 feet-tall (15 meters) man-made hill, dousing the smo

ke with fire hoses. But as soon as one smoldering spot is extinguished, another flares up.

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Trump was cautious about reaching any consensus with

Trump was cautious about reaching any consensus with

Kim, as he would have to face more pressure at home. And perhaps that’s why he said he was not in a rush to sign an agreement.

As discussions on denuclearization have become more detailed, Tr

ump better understands the complexity of the issue, resolving which has become a tough cha

llenge for not only the US and the DPRK, but also China, the Republic of Korea and Japan.

The US should therefore work out a long-term plan to resolve the pen

insula nuclear issue. In fact, Trump said there is no need to increase sanctions on Pyon

gyang, and indicated that Washington will continue making efforts to negotiate with Pyongyang.

As for the international community, it should help the US and the DPR

K to restore permanent peace on the Korean Peninsula, because it would create dev

elopment opportunities not only on the peninsula but also in the whole of Northeast Asia.

Wang Sheng, a researcher at the Co-Innovat ion Center for Korean Penin

sula Studies and a professor of international politics at Jilin University

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A fascination with Beijing that started over thirty years ago

A fascination with Beijing that started over thirty years ago

In 1987, China was the final stage of a lengthy rail journey from Scot

land that would terminate in Hong Kong. Approaching the border from Mongolia, I was fee

ling tired after the travelling and was indeed starting to look forward in some ways to arriving in Hong Kong and head

ing back home. China would be my third country to discover and as we headed eventually south towards Beijing I re

alized how little I knew about the country. It did not feature widely within our educational system and unlike today very

little was mentioned in everyday news. It was only eight years after the policies of ‘Reform and Opening Up’ had be

en introduced but the country had not then developed into a modern economy. Most changes would happen over the fo

llowing years. What would it be like, I wondered, what would I discover during my relatively short stay?

Certainly as we approached the Capital I was looking out on scenes so different to my homelan

d. Technology appeared mostly intermediate and there were few cars on otherwise quiet tree-lined cou

ntry roads. Beijing Railway Station was an introduction to China’s population size for so many people em

erged from that train making their way out through the exit passages into the vast station square.

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Drink only oil for 11 days! Zhong Liti was questioned by netizens

Drink only oil for 11 days! Zhong Liti was questioned by netizens

According to Taiwanese media reports, Zhong Liti recently exposed the beautiful scenery of Samui Island in Thailand, but the con

tent of the text has caused controversy. She said that she took her father and mother-in-law to Sumei Island for 11 d

ays of detoxification treatment, during which she only drank oil, and many toxins were discharged from her body, w

hich made her feel relaxed and comfortable. She also said that diabetes, hypertension, cirrhosis and other diseases could be discharged through this cour

se, hoping that more people would come to Sumei Island to detoxify. Enthusiastic solicitation reminds netiz

ens of Yi Nengjing, who recently shared spiritual lessons and was bombarded by cults and pyramids.

Zhong Liti and her parents-in-law had a bottle of oil. They only drank oil for 11 days. It’s really incr

edible to call directly, “I hope more friends can come to Sumei Island to detoxify and work together to mak

e their health healthier and healthier.” Some netizens asked, “How is it so like Ying Nengjing’s deceived mind cou

rse”, “Is there any scientific basis? If you don’t have the best, don’t recommend it casually. Others jumped out and said they were in the de

toxification camp. “It’s actually a little useful,” and Po came out to take photos with Zhong Liti.

It is reported that Miranda Kerr, a famous model, used coconut oil to lose weight after c

hildbirth. She added coconut oil to salads, cooking and even green tea. At least 4 tablespoons of coc

onut oil a day, which claimed to be able to maintain her figure and beauty, aroused many doubts.

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Take-away little brother retrograde BMW refuse to

Take-away little brother retrograde BMW refuse to

  Taiyuan in Shanxi Province, a take-awa

y brother ride electric vehicles on the road on th

e retrograde, crashed into a BMW, but the next scene jaw-dropping.

  Photo: wang

  After the police arrived at the judgement is take-out little elder brother solely, and undoubtedly, righteousness and

BMW owner understanding take-away little brother hard, active offered to pay

for repair, such as take-away little elder brother only apologize to apologize.

  But unexpectedly, take-away little brother refuses to bow to admit, even if the traffic police angrily rejected rep

eatedly refused to apologize, it was not until the last admits that he is wrong, but far from sincere attitude.

  And when he left, take-away little elder brother and twist a head dropped sen

tence: I ride an electric car, anyway I will always be vulnerable groups…

  BMW owner is very calm, not excited, just advise the take-away little elder bro

ther, we work very hard, just because your delivery is put yourself in the position of disadvantaged groups.

  Read on:

  Beijing launched “rest assured the eve of the” big checks Monitoring the take-away dinner this year

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