Mercedes-Benz, GM, Toyota, Hyundai, KIA, Ford, Tesla, and Volvo will bring their latest cutting-edge products.
The new technologies in intelligent manufacturing, aerospace and robot will be displayed at eq
uipment showing area, and exhibitors such as Hexago, Boeing and Bombardier will show their products.
Newcomers such as GSK and Siemens Healthcare will display thei
r new products at medical equipment and healthcare products area with Roche, Novar
tis, Astrazeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Bayer, Philips, DH, Thermo Fisher, and Novo Nordisk.
The quality life showing area will set new place to display pregnant w
oman, baby, and children products, and high-end consumer goods. Enterprises such as L ‘Ore
al, Unilever, P&G, Lego, Estee Lauder, Shiseido, Amorepacific, and Kao will set booths in the area.
A new railway operating plan starting from April 10 has increased the c
ountry’s passenger and freight train capacity, according the national railway operator.
Under the new plan, Fuxing bullet trains will operate between Beijing and Qingdao in East China’s
Shandong province, cutting travel time between the two cities to within 3 hours, 49 minutes less than before.
The running time of high-speed trains between/ Beijing and Lanzhou, capital of Northwe
st China’s Gansu province, will also shorten to about 7.5 hours, compared to more than 8 hours previously.
Lanzhou and Chengdu, capital of Southwest China’s Sichuan province, will be connected by bullet trains fo
r the first time, with the travel time to decrease to about 6 hours and 50 minutes, about 5 hours less than before.
To better facilitate the development of Xiongan New Area, 10 more trains will stop at Baiyangdian Station in Hebei province.
In addition, 1,203 pairs of normal-speed trains are now operating nationwide, with 81 p
airs of public welfare slow trains continuing to operate, to meet the diverse needs of passengers.
ies of all levels to crack down on ophthalmic medical institutions without a legal lice
nse and strengthen inspection of ophthalmic products and medical instruments in the notice.
Legal experts called for China to protect juveniles through cybersecurity legislation a
nd redoubled efforts against school bullying after several cases aroused public outrage and concern.
Fang Yan, a lawyer from Shaanxi province, said that it’s good to see the nation adding to the protectio
n of juveniles in the past few years, “but in some new aspects, such as cyberspace, the protection is far from enough”.
At the end of 2018, China had 829 million netizens, of whom almost 20 percent w
ere under the age of 18, according to the China Internet Network Information Center.
Another report released by the center in March said that 15.6 percent of juven
iles had experienced disturbances, insults or privacy leaks online, while 30.3 percent said
they had been exposed to pornography, gambling or drugs in cyberspace.