Xiang Ligang, director-general of the Information Consum

ption Alliance, said if Chinese smartphone makers want to trul

y grow into global brands, they cannot just stay in China or Southeast Asia or Africa. Th

ey need to establish a presence in more advanced markets such as Japan, Europe and the United States.

“They had made significant technological advancements as well as product designs in recent y

ears. They are now in a relatively good position to venture out into the advanced battlefields,” Xiang said.

Even as Oppo steps up expansion in Europe, it has filed over 33,000 patent applications worldwide as of January.

It has also inked a multi-year global patent license agreement with Swedish telecom equi

pment giant Ericsson. Under the deal, the two sides will also collaborate on a number of business projects.

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There were 215 million single people in China at the

end of 2017, accounting for about 16 percent of the population, ac

cording to the National Bureau of Statistics. Marriage registrations have fallen every year

since 2014, while the divorce rate has risen for 16 consecutive years, according to the Ministry of Civil Affairs.

Dining, traveling and pursuing activities individually have also become increasingly popular with singles in China.

Tang Chuan, a researcher with Sinolink Securities, said that without family burdens, singles

seem to be less inclined to save money, and their willingness to spend offers great potential for boosting the economy.

Sinolink Securities conducted research on singles born from 1985 to 1995 and found that about 40 percent of those in first- an

d second-tier cities live from paycheck to paycheck, while in lower-tier cities, the proportion is as high as 76 percent.

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North Korea’s coal sales have historically been some of

  the country’s most valuable exports. UN sanctions meant to punish Pyongyang for its 2017 missile

and nuclear tests put a cap on the amount of coal the country was allowed to sell internationally. The mea

sures also capped the amount of oil and energy products the country was allowed to import.

  The report accused banks and insurance companies across the wor

ld of “unwittingly” facilitating and providing “coverage for vessels involved in ever-lar

ger… illegal ship-to-ship transfers of petroleum products, and an increasing number of ship-to-ship coal transfers.”

  It added that North Korea “has attempted to supply small arms and light weapons and other military equipment to Hou

thi rebels in Yemen, as well as to Libya and the Sudan, via foreign intermediaries.”

  North Korea has long sought the removal of UN sanctions and portrayed the measures as violations of its sovereignty.

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The first led to Schalke being awarded a penalty after Ota

  was adjudged to have handled the ball, reversing the referee’s initial decision.

  The near three minute wait for a verdict from VAR caused frustration not only for the players but also supporters inside the stadium.

  A second penalty was then awarded when VAR confirmed the refe

ree’s call to award another penalty, this time for a foul on Salif Sane by Fernandinho.

  ”It’s a penalty. The second one is a penalty too,” Guardiola told BT Sport. “…And the red card can be a red card.

  ”I trust VAR. I have arguments sometimes but not this time. They are both penalties.”

  Senate investigators want to question a Moscow-based American businessman with longsta

nding ties to President Donald Trump after witnesses told them he could shed light on the President’s commercia

l and personal activities in Russia dating back to the 1990s, multiple sources have told CNN.

  The Senate Intelligence Committee, which is probing allegations of Russian interference in

the 2016 elections, has been keen to speak with David Geovanis for several months, the sources say.

  Geovanis helped organize a 1996 trip to Moscow by Trump, who was in the early stages of pursuing what would become a lo

ng-held goal of building a Trump Tower in the Russian capital, according to multiple media reports at the time.

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The UK would be ‘irresponsible’ to let Huawei into 5Gth

  Chinese tech giant Huawei is facing a new attack as it tries to persuade the UK government to let it help build super-fast 5G networks in the country.

  Top British cybersecurity officials are reportedly confident they can manage any risks from Huawei’s telecommunic

ations equipment, but a report published Wednesday by the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), a top security think tank, said that would be a mistake.

  ”Allowing Huawei’s participation is at best naive, at worst irresponsible,” the report said, sugg

esting such a move could compromise the United Kingdom’s communications infrastructure.

  UK spies think they can handle Huawei in 5G networks. The US doesn’t agree

  The US government is pushing allies around the world to block wireless operators from buying Huawei gear for the 5G networks t

hey’re starting to build. US officials say the company’s technology could be used by Chinese intelligence agencies for spying.

  Huawei and the Chinese government have repeatedly denied the US allegations. Huawei didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment Wednesday.

  The report’s release comes days after the Financial Times reported that the UK’s National Cyb

er Security Centre had concluded the risks of using Huawei equipment in 5G networks could be managed.

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Tianhe, another name for the galaxy in ancient China, imp

lies that the Chang’e 4 probe served as a pioneer in the history of human lunar exploration.

According to the IAU naming rules, the landing site name has the prefix of Statio in Latin. And so far onl

y two places have such a prefix, the first being the landing site of Apollo 11, Statio Tranquillitatis.

Zhinyu, Hegu and Tianjin are the names of stars in China’s ancient star chart, as the three pits in the lunar crater formed a shape similar to these three celestial bodies.

Mount Tai is one of the five most famous mountains in China in East China’s Shandong province and stands 1,545 me

ters tall above sea level. The central peak, Mons Tai, in the lunar crater measures 1,565 meters in height from its base.

In August 2010 and October 2015, China had applied to name the landing sites of Chang’e 1 and Ch

ang’e 3, and gained approval, and in January this year, China applied to the IAU for the five new names.

So far, a total of 12 lunar features have been named by China.

Naming entities on lunar surfaces started in the 17th century in Europe, and in the 20th century, the U

nited States and the former Soviet Union had the most names due to their lunar explorations.

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There are currently more than 5 million mutual visits between

the two countries every year,and China and the US have become each other’s largest and second-largest sources of international students.

“The year 2019 marks the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between China and the United States. Over these decades, there has been a ma

rvelous growth in people-to-people contacts and ties between our two countries. As we now look forward to the co

ming decades, the friendship between our two peoples will continue to be the very foundation of relations between our tw

o great countries. That’s why we invite you, invite all our friends all over the United States to come and share with us y

our most memorable stories with China. Together we will build stronger ties between our peoples. And with your per

sonal stories, you will help make history,” said Cui Tiankai, Chinese ambassador to the US.

“People are the most interesting stories behind a sound bilateral relationship, and picture

s are a strong testimony to such relations,” said Zhou Shuchun, publisher and editor-in-chief of China Daily. “At

China Daily, especially with our newly launched Global Edition, we are committed to bridging the gap of u

nderstanding through powerful people stories. I believe when we see your photos and hear the stories which go with th

em, we will better understand the essence of China-US relations, which is really about people,” Zhou said.

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The lunar temperature is as low as – 153 C, and the surface

At 10:26 a.m. on January 3, 2019, the Chang’e IV probe completed its first soft landing on the back

of the moon after 26 days and more than 600 hours of flight. The first close-range photograph of the back

of the moon was sent back by the Magpie Bridge relay star, which revealed the mystery of the ancient back of the moon.

Moon” was published by scientists. Let’s take a look at some interesting facts about the Moon.

For many people, the phases and orbits of the moon are very mysterious. For example, we always see the same “face” on the moon.

This is mainly because it takes 27.3 Earth days for the moon to rotate around the earth, so we can see the full moon, half moon or crescent moon

based on the changes in the reflected light of the moon. The phase of the moon we observe depends mainly on the position of the moon relative to the earth and the sun.

Although the moon is a satellite of the earth, its diameter is about 3475 kilometers, even more than Pluto’s. The moon is slightly larger

than a quarter (27%) of the Earth’s volume, while other planets and satellites in the solar system usually have a volume ratio of less than 4:1. This

means that the Moon has a great impact on the Earth, and it may be the reason for the existence of life on Earth.

How did the moon form?

There are many explanatory theories about how the moon formed, but the latest evidence suggests that it may have been formed in a huge collision.

The mainstream explanation for the formation of the moon is a huge impact event that stripped the original composition of the

moon from the melting earth into the current Earth-Moon orbit. Scientists believe that the mass of the collision object is equal to 10% of the Earth’s and

its volume is close to Mars. Because the composition of the Earth and the Moon is very similar, researchers infer that the collision occurred 95 million

years after the formation of the solar system, with an error of about 32 million years (the solar system has a history of about 4.6 billion years).

In 2015, scientists further confirmed this theory in their latest research, based on simulations of early

solar system planetary orbits and the latest discoveries of W-182 abundance differences on Earth and the Moon.

Although the theory of large collisions dominates the discussion of the formation of the

moon in the scientific community, some scientists believe that the formation of the moon originates from other

processes and events, such as the gravitational capture of the moon, the separation of the moon from the earth, and the “stealing” of the moon from the Venus system.

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Li Chunyuan Qingsheng embraces Sheshiman Huang Xiaoming

Li Chunyuan, who plays Shu Fei in Yanxi Strategies, exposes a group of birthday pictures in which she embraces She Shiman, the actress of Xian Fei in Yanxi Strategies.

She Shiman appeared with frame glasses, still beautiful, and they seemed to have a very good relationship. Besides She Shiman, Huang Xiaoming also appeared at the birthday party.

Holding the microphone is like a party host. Li Chunyuan also wrote: “For the first time, so many people celebrated their birthdays together. Thank you all for coming. I love this big family. I am so happy!”

In the photo, Li Chunyuan embraces She Shiman, the imperial concubine in Yanxi Strategies. She Shiman shows up with frame glasses and looks beautiful. They seem to have a very good relationship.

On January 3, Li Chunyuan, who plays Shu Fei in Yanxi Strategies, exposed a group of birthday pictures in which she embraced Shao Shiman, the imperial concubine in Yanxi Strategies.

She Shiman appeared with frame glasses, still beautiful, and they seemed to have a very good relationship. In addition to She Shiman’s presence,

Huang Xiaoming also appeared at the celebration party, holding the microphone as if the host of the party. Li Chunyuan also

wrote: “For the first time, so many people celebrated their birthdays together. Thank you all for coming. I love this big family. I am so happy!”

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Three-point, 10-in-10, 6-in-the-tie. The Bulls pulled down

On January 5, the NBA regular season continued. The Pacers lost 12 points in the first quarter 18-30 and recovered 8 points in the second quarter 36-28.

In the third and last quarter, the Bulls successfully completed the counter-surpass, but in the last

minute, Raven scored a magical three-point equalizer, dragging the game into overtime.

In overtime, the pedestrians first scored 2 points, but the Bulls later scored 4 points in a row to overtake.

Auladipo scored 1 of the 2 penalties and was 1 point behind. Raven scored 2 points and the Bulls had a 3-point advantage.

After that, Auladipo raced up three points and tied the score. After that, Auladipo assisted Turner to score three points, which turned the score over.

But Marcanin scored three points to equalize. In the last 9.3 seconds, Auradi Bo threw three points beyond the distance, leaving 0.3 seconds for his opponent.

When the Pedestrian advantage reached 3 points, Auradibo almost achieved a three-point winner. However,

Raven raced up 3 points and the referee confirmed that the goal was ineffective because the time had run out by the time of shooting.

In terms of post-match data, Auladipo made 14 of 28 shots, 13 of 3 points, 4 of 5 free throws, and got 36 points, 7 boards, 4 assists and 3 steals. Sabonis shot 9 of 13.

Five in five free throws, 23 points, 12 rebounds and 3 assists. The Pacers won six consecutive victories

and continued to occupy the third place in the east, becoming an absolute black horse.

Auradibo’s three-point contribution is a near-final, but the Bulls have harvested a miracle three-point goal from Raven and Malkanin.

Make the game exciting, ups and downs. Raven is 6 out of 10 in three points and Malkanin is 4 out of 9 in three points, almost pulling the third in the east off the horse.

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