pons, Kim said: “If I wasn’t ready for such a thing, I wouldn’t be here.” However, he wants the sanctions to be lifted in one fell swoop.
Given that Trump did not close the door on a deal in the future, and said that he would meet with Kim ag
ain sooner or later, it may be that he simply ran out of time to talk because he had to turn his attention elsewhere.
Certainly, from the Singapore summit in June to this week’s Hanoi meeting, the dramatic rapprochem
ent between the US and the DPRK — seemingly immutable adversaries — would not have been po
ssible without the strong political will for engagement demonstrated by both sides over the past year.
Each time this has appeared at risk of being lost, other important players involved in the d
enuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, in particular the Republic of Korea and China, have prov
ided the necessary will and support to keep the engagement alive, and set the stage for Washington and Pyongyang to add
ress core issues leading up to denuclearization. They will no doubt be offering their support this time, too.
Although the high hopes for the meeting have not been met
and there is a sense of disappointment, the high-level contacts between the two sides are likely to continue.
Britney Spears posted on social networking website on May 5 that she would cancel all new concerts. The reason was that his father was seriously ill and hospitalized.
So she decided heavily to cancel the “Domination” singing show and devote the rest of her time to her family. Britney also said she had been looking forward to seeing everyone on the show and was heartbroken.
I don’t know where to start, because it’s too hard for me to talk about. I can’t perform my new “Domination” singing show.
I’ve been looking forward to this rookie for a year, and I hope to see all of you, so this decision breaks my heart. However, my family has always been my first priority.
So that’s the choice I have to make. A few months ago, my father was hospitalized and passed through the ghost gates. We are all grateful to him for surviving.
But there is still a long way to go to recover. I have to make tough decisions, and now I will focus all my attention and energy on my family.
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I’ve been looking forward to this rookie for a year, and I hope to see all of you, so this decision breaks my heart. However, my family is always my first priority, so this is the choice I have to make. A few months ago,
my father was hospitalized and passed through the ghost gates. We are all grateful that he can survive, but there is still a long way to go before he recovers. I had to make a tough decision.
According to the Tianfu Morning Post, Zhou Dongping, a lawyer of Chengdu Taihe Tai Law Firm, said:
“According to the relevant provisions, the number of days of annual leave that
should not be taken can be compensated by three times the daily wage.”
About half of workers enjoy paid annual leave
As for holidays, there is a widely circulated saying: “Europeans work for better holidays, while Chinese people
spend their holidays for better work.”
As early as 1936, France established relevant laws and became the first
country in the world to establish a paid annual leave system.
Until 1995, the Chinese also had the same rights. The Labor Law, which was
formally implemented that year, stipulated that workers who worked
continuously for more than one year were entitled to paid annual leave.
By 2008, the Regulations on Annual Vacation with Pay for Employees were promulgated and implemented, which
stipulated the specific number of vacation days: if the cumulative work of employees has been completed for less than one year and less than 10 years, the
annual vacation time will be 5 days; if the work has been completed for less than 10
years and 20 years, the annual vacation
time will be 10 days; if the work has been completed for 20 years, the annual vacation time will be 15 days
Up to now, it has been more than ten years since the promulgation of the
Regulations on Annual Leave with Pay for Employees, but the implementation is not satisfactory. According to Nanfang.com:
Since 2012, Zhao Lihang has worked in a clothing factory in Baoding, Hebei
Province. During her six years of work, she has never heard of the term “paid annual vacation” or enjoyed this
treatment. “In our industry, overtime pay is enough. If there is no paid annual vacation, there will be no such thing.”
Xiao Huang, who works in Beijing Branch of a daily chemical company in Zhejiang Province, knows that the head
office stipulates paid annual leave, but the leave must be approved by the head of the branch company. The head of the
branch company usually does not approve the leave, so he has not asked for paid annual leave. According to his wife’s response: “The day after I gave birth, the
company urged him to go to work and asked for leave without approval, and then withheld 400 yuan.”
Survey data from several authoritative bodies confirm the above cases:
The annual survey conducted by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Affairs in 60 cities shows that more than
half of the employees enjoy paid annual leave, and the proportion of those who take leave increases year by year. But in general, the implementation of paid
annual leave system is not ideal, there are still a considerable number of enterprises have not implemented paid annual leave.
A survey of 2552 workers conducted by the Tourism Research Center of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
showed that 40.1% of respondents said they did not have paid annual leave.
The Social Survey Center of China Youth Daily once conducted a social survey of
4,325 people. 50.4% of the respondents said that their units never took paid vacations.
The data also show that the implementation of paid annual leave is better mainly for Party and government
organs, institutions, large state-owned enterprises
and foreign-funded enterprises,
while private enterprises
and small and medium-sized
enterprises are relatively poor.
REMEMBERING MY BROTHERS ON A MOONLIGHT NIGHT
A wanderer hears drums portending battle.
By the first call of autumn from a wildgoose at the border,
He knows that the dews tonight will be frost.
…How much brighter the moonlight is at home!
O my brothers, lost and scattered,
What is life to me without you?
Yet if missives in time of peace go wrong —
What can I hope for during war?
TO LI BAI AT THE SKY SEND
A cold wind blows from the far sky….
What are you thinking of, old friend?
The wildgeese never answer me.
Rivers and lakes are flooded with rain.
…A poet should beware of prosperity,
Yet demons can haunt a wanderer.
Ask an unhappy ghost, throw poems to him
Where he drowned himself in the Milo River.
A FAREWELL AT FENGJI STATION TO GENERAL YAN
This is where your comrade must leave you,
Turning at the foot of these purple mountains….
When shall we lift our cups again, I wonder,
As we did last night and walk in the moon?
The region is murmuring farewell
To one who was honoured through three reigns;
And back I go now to my river-village,
Into the final solitude.
ON LEAVING THE TOMB OF PREMIER FANG
Having to travel back now from this far place,
I dismount beside your lonely tomb.
The ground where I stand is wet with my tears;
The sky is dark with broken clouds….
I who played chess with the great Premier
Am bringing to my lord the dagger he desired.
But I find only petals falling down,
I hear only linnets answering.
A NIGHT ABROAD
A light wind is rippling at the grassy shore….
Through the night, to my motionless tall mast,
The stars lean down from open space,
And the moon comes running up the river.
…If only my art might bring me fame
And free my sick old age from office! —
Flitting, flitting, what am I like
But a sand-snipe in the wide, wide world!
ON THE GATE-TOWER AT YOUZHOU
I had always heard of Lake Dongting —
And now at last I have climbed to this tower.
With Wu country to the east of me and Chu to the south,
I can see heaven and earth endlessly floating.
…But no word has reached me from kin or friends.
I am old and sick and alone with my boat.
North of this wall there are wars and mountains —
And here by the rail how can I help crying?