The famous wildlife area in Tibet – the Wuqi and wal National Nature Reserve

Wapiti is the largest deer after moose, and is named after its body like a steed. The genus lactation, deer subfamily and deer. Wild wapiti is a large wild animal. It belongs to two key protected wild animals in national and autonomous regions.

It is located in the northeast of Tibet autonomous region of China. It has beautiful scenery and good natural environment. It is a famous wild animal area in Tibet. There are hundreds of wild animals, such as deer, deer, Shi Qingyang, Tibetan gazelle and so on.

In 1993, by the declaration of the government of the county of like Wuqi and approved by the people’s Government of the Tibet autonomous region, an autonomous regional nature reserve was established in the long Mao Ling township of the county of like Wuqi, and the protection station of the wapiti was also built. In 2005, it was promoted to a national nature reserve.

Up to now, the total area of the Wuqi qelu National Nature Reserve is 1206.146 square kilometers. At present, 488 people are employed in the protected area, while there are nearly 2000 people in the surrounding villages and towns as Rangers, which mainly protect the wapiti and its living environment.

Monastery prosecuted a temple in a Buddhist shrine in Japan

According to reports, Gao Ye Shan in Wakayama Prefecture, Japan, is a Buddhist shrine in the country. It was listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO in 2004. Recently, a monastery was sued by a monastery on the mountain. The monk’s attorney for 16 days said that because of the heavy work, the monk was suffering from depression, and was forced to ask for leave. Now, the temple operators are required to compensate for the loss and make clear the wages that have not been paid to him.

It is reported that the plaintiff filed a lawsuit against Wakayama County Court on 27 April, claiming 8 million 600 thousand yen. The indictment wrote that the monk worked in a temple in the high mountain since 2008 and suffered from depression in December 2015. Since March 2016, he has been in a state of absence.

The local labor standard supervision department confirmed that the monk did have a very heavy job and said he had been working for a month without a day’s rest.

The petition also said the monk’s daily work arrangements include getting up before 5 points a day, preparing for the guests’ morning prayers, and sometimes working until late at night to take care of the guests and finish the other work in the temple.

In addition, since 2015 was 1200th anniversary of the monastery of the high mountain, the number of visitors to the mountain rose sharply. From March to May, the monk had been working for 64 days, and from September to October, he worked for 32 days.

The acting lawyer of the monk said that usually working in a temple would be regarded as a kind of training, but they wanted to expose the work environment of the monks, and they were likely to be forced to do very heavy work. Other lawyers familiar with labour disputes also say that as long as monks earn salaries through work, their work can not be equated to training.

The 19 beam L band receiver is being installed on the 500 m spherical radio telescope in China

The “China sky eye” 500 meter diameter spherical radio telescope (FAST) is installing the first international 19 beam L band receiver, which is expected to be put into operation in early June. The most advanced 19 beam feed receiver in the world is jointly developed by Chinese and Australian scientists. After commissioning, the speed of FAST survey will increase by 5 to 6 times. At the same time, more scientific observation targets will be expanded.

Despite the limited observation capability of the UWB single beam receiver used before, 14 new pulsars were found in “China sky eye”. The newly discovered millisecond pulsar once again highlights the great potential of “China’s eye” in pulsar search. In 2015, China and Australia signed a contract for the development of the 19 beam receiver. After more than 1 years, with the joint efforts of Chinese and Australian scientists, the world’s first 19 beam L band receiver has been successfully developed. The receiver weighs 1.2 tons and costs about 20000000 RMB.

Jin Chengjin, the chief engineer of the FAST project receiver system, told reporters that the 19 beam L band receiver has the highest sensitivity. After the formal investment, the FAST efficiency will be greatly improved, and it will play a major role in the search for pulsars and the spectral line observation. Douglas Hyman, the head of the Australian CSIRO project, said the successful development of the 19 beam L band receiver is based on CSIRO years of technology accumulation. Previously, the world’s most advanced 13 beam receiver was developed by CSIRO.

With the use of the 19 beam L band receiver, the “China sky eye” observation will obtain more accurate positioning images of the radio source, find more pulsars, and observe the neutral hydrogen 1.4GHz lines in different directions of different distances in the universe, in order to better explore the history of the universe and even search for possible extraterrestrial civilization.

FAST deputy manager and director of the office, Zhang Shu, said that at present, FAST has signed a cooperation agreement with China Telecom Guizhou, while the FAST early science data center in Guizhou Normal University is expanding.

Changchun World Sculpture Park has a large number of famous sculptures in China and abroad

The sculpture museum is the main building in Changchun World Sculpture Park, with a floor area of 12 thousand and 500 square meters.

The Museum of sculpture has collected and displayed rare African sculptures and over 1000 pieces of sculptures.

The art gallery is uniquely designed with exquisite sculpture. The museum features a special exhibition area featuring special styles of art from five continents.

The art museum also has showrooms, classrooms, international conference rooms and sculpture studio, with complete functions and first-class facilities, providing a world for the vast majority of sculptures to show themselves and feel the charm of art.

There are hundreds of marvelous woodcarvings in the world, and a large number of fine sculptures from famous Chinese and foreign sculptors who have been collected or are being collected.

More and more studies believe that artificial trans fat is harmful to health

Artificial trans fat, which is once considered a breakthrough invention for prolonging the shelf life of fried and baked food, is considered to be harmful to health.

On the 14 day, who announced a plan to eliminate all trans fats in foods in 5 years. Trans fats, also called trans fatty acids, have a small amount of natural trans fats in beef, sheep, milk and dairy products, and the main source of artificial trans fats is partly hydrogenated vegetable oils. This kind of oil has the advantages of high temperature resistance, no deterioration and long storage. It is commonly used in fried chicken, French fries, cakes and other foods.

The biggest health hazard of trans fats is the increase in people’s risk of cardiovascular disease. According to WHO, more than 500 thousand people die of cardiovascular disease every year because of trans fat intake.

In addition, in recent years, some medical studies have found that trans fat not only endanger health, but also affect mental health. In 2015, a study by the state State University of San Diego found that people with less trans fat intake were better able to control their emotions than those with more trans fats.

On the 14 day, the WHO issued a guideline for action in Geneva, Switzerland. The WHO has called for a complete elimination of artificial trans fats from the food supply chain while reducing natural trans fats, which will be “a major victory for the world’s cardiovascular disease”. The use of healthier oil instead of artificial trans fats can save at least 10 million lives in 25 years.

At present, regulators in some countries require that trans fats must be labeled on food packaging, while some countries are beginning to ban trans fats.

Denmark is the first country in the world to take measures to limit the use of artificial trans fats. For 15 years, the incidence of cardiovascular disease in Denmark has fallen faster than in other developed countries.

The growth of the share accommodation market has become the main force for female landlords

The report shows that in 2017, the scale of the shared accommodation market in China was about RMB145 billion yuan, up 70.6% from the previous year; the number of participants was about 78 million, of which there were about 76 million of the tenants; the number of domestic housing sources shared by the shared accommodation platform was about 3 million sets; the financing amount was about 540 million US dollars, an increase of about 180% over the previous year.

With the growing maturity of the shared economy, the upgrading of cultural tourism consumption and the popularity of the capital market, the shared accommodation industry has attracted more and more water test makers, generating a group of enterprises that lead the development of Airbnb (Epeyoung), piglets and homes.

Which groups are supporting the sharing of the market? Yu Fengxia, deputy director of the National Information Center Sharing Economic Research Center, Yu Fengxia, the Secretary General of the shared accommodation Specialized Committee, gave a group of user portrait: “the active body of the shared accommodation is mainly young users after the 1980s and the post-90s. The 18~30 year old occupants account for more than 70% of the total occupants, and about half of the occupants’ occupancy rate is 1~2 a year. The next time. ”

At the landlord level, the landlords participating in the shared accommodation are young and highly educated. The average age is 33 years old. Most of them are at the age of 28~38, and about 70% of the landlords have a bachelor’s degree or more. Among them, the female landlord became the main force, accounting for about 60%.

From a regional perspective, the two or three line cities of the first tier cities and Chengdu, Chongqing and Xi’an are the mainstream markets for shared accommodation, and the proportion of the landlords and the housing sources in the top ten cities is 48.9% and 47.6% respectively.

From the perspective of order growth, some popular two or three line cities share a sudden increase in share. “The expansion of the region is also reflected in the overseas areas.” Yu Fengxia pointed out that outbound travel led to the sharing of accommodation “go out”, platform enterprises through a variety of forms of strategic cooperation, expanding overseas housing, the layout of the overseas market.

The shortage of long-term care beds has also intensified the demand for homes for the aged and for retired homes

At present, by the date of 2017, the rent area of the national old house is very different, which is the most expensive in Ontario Province, the average monthly cost is $3526, the lowest rent is Quebec Province, and the average of $1678 per month.

Because by 2026, 2 million 400 thousand Canadians reached or exceeded the age of 65. Many of them need to provide “supportive care” nursing homes, which include medication supervision, regular housework management, preparation of meals and all kinds of services.

The DBRS study found that as more baby boomers reach the age of 65, the number of people needing this kind of care by 2046 is expected to reach an astonishing 3 million 300 thousand.

The report says that although the apartment units are built and put into use every year, they are far from meeting their needs. By the number of words, the elderly population increased by 21.7% between 2006 and 2016 in ten, but the increase in the supply of apartment units in the same period was less than half that of the same period.

Laura Tamblyn Watts, director of the Policy Research Department of the Canadian retiree Association CAR, points out that we are not aware of the impact that the baby boomers retire to pension property, but that we do not pay enough attention to the problem, and we have not taken appropriate policies and measures to deal with it.

At the same time, the shortage of long-term care beds also aggravates the demand for homes and homes for the elderly, which makes the old people unable to enjoy government funded facilities and services, and let them lose a good choice for the elderly.

In response to this crisis, the provinces of Canada are very different. BC and opiah are doing well to provide subsidies for pension facilities and retirement homes, but Ontario is very backward.

Sharing bicycles is the most popular new travel mode. The network is about second of the parking spaces

Bain, an international well-known consulting company, published a report in May 16th that China has redefined the concept of travel with a new mode of travel, such as sharing a single car and a network of cars, and becoming the largest travel market in the world, under the double stimulus of the rapid popularization of digital technology and a positive attempt by consumers to try new ways of travel. Traditional car companies need to change their current business models so as to seize new market opportunities.

According to reports, Bain’s recent survey of nearly 2000 consumers in China’s one or two and three line cities showed that shared bicycles were the most popular new mode of travel, and 73% of the respondents said they had used shared bicycles and second, 62% of the visitors said they had used a network of vehicles to replace the vehicles. Travel. More importantly, considering the new way of travel, serious traffic congestion and the financial cost of car maintenance, more Chinese consumers refuse to buy cars.

“These new modes of travel have been popular among Chinese consumers in the market, and they are rapidly becoming popular and fast becoming the mainstream mode of travel.” Bain global partners, report co author Ceng Weimin said.

He believes that as technology continues to integrate, government policy support, as well as more such as B2C sharing cars, such as new mode of travel, the Chinese travel market will be expected to continue to maintain a rapid growth trend.

According to Bain estimates, in the past three years, the market share of domestic shared bicycles and net related cars increased by five times and four times respectively. The total transaction volume of China’s net car market reached about US $23 billion in 2016, which surpassed the total amount of other countries in the world.

Reported that behind this explosive growth, the popularity of mobile payment is one of the main reasons. The congestion of roads and expressways in China’s first and second tier cities is another major reason why consumers turn to new ways of travel.

“More Chinese consumers may choose to give up their cars after taking into account the choices of travel mode, serious traffic congestion and the financial cost of raising cars.” Cai Qing, a global partner at Bain, pointed out.

The report points out that the new travel trend will lead the vehicle factory to rethink its profit pattern, and must cooperate with other service providers and other participants in the value chain.

For example, by working with technology companies, the OEMs can acquire large amounts of consumer data. Through more detailed consumer portraits, car manufacturers can have a better understanding of consumers’ travel scenarios and behaviors. In view of this, they need to build alliances to provide precise marketing based on consumer geography, and other innovative services or products, to expand their role in the travel ecosystem, and to eventually raise income and profit.

The report also says that in the process of growing and shaping trips, there is no doubt that in order to surpass competitors, it is necessary to establish mutually beneficial alliances, enhance the necessary corporate capabilities and prudently manage the risks inherent in the emerging industries. After all, no one in China, the world’s largest travel market, can win alone.

The “Moon Palace 365” experiment ended successfully, and renewed the world record of human closed survival

With the 4 volunteers coming out of the “Moon Palace No. 1” laboratory on 15 days, the Beihang University “Moon Palace 365” experiment was successfully completed, and the world record of human closed survival was refreshed again. The experiment was of great significance for human beings to realize the long-term survival of the earth.

Liu Hong, the chief designer of the Moon Palace No. 1 and professor of Beihang University, said the experiment began in May 10, 2017 and lasted 370 days. It was the longest and most closed biological regenerative life support system in the world, which realized the four life of “human plant animal microorganism” with higher closure and biodiversity. The chain closed loop closed the ecosystem for a long time, and maintained stable physical and mental health.

There were 8 volunteers, all of whom were Beihang University students. They were divided into 2 groups, alternately into the cabin, the first class 60 days, the second class 200 days, and the third 110 days. Among them, the second classes had broken the world record for 180 days in the same system created by Russia. The departure time was delayed 5 days than the original plan, the delay of the cabin was a “intentional” simulation of the sudden situation, and the volunteers in the cabin did not know in advance, mainly to study their psychological state under the sudden situation.

According to Liu Hong, the biological regenerative life support technology used in “Moon Palace one” is a key technology to ensure the long-term survival of human beings on the moon and other extraterrestrial planets. After ten years’ efforts, his team developed the first and the world’s third space base biological regeneration life support foundation comprehensive experimental device, “Moon Palace No. 1”, and successfully completed the first long-term high closure integration experiment for the first time in China for the first time in May 2014, making China become the Third Master of the country after Russia and the United States. A country of technology.

How will the future network shape life in the future? High speed and intelligent understanding of people’s heart

No one can know exactly what the future looks like, but we can take advantage of the current “debris” to overlook it. In the eyes of Liu Yunjie and other scientists, if the Internet is now the road, the future network will be intelligent and high speed. It will not only be fast but also understand you better.

On the intelligent edge network platform of the future network innovation research institute in Jiangsu, China, the consumer behavior of a free WiFi connecting a shopping mall is precisely “portrayed”. Shopping mall has the largest number of people, which stores sell the best, customers like what shopping routes most, through data analysis at a glance.

“This is a microcosm of the future network, and the real economy will take the lead from the future network, because the accuracy of production and sales will be improved by leaps and bounds.” Jiangsu province future network innovation research institute marketing deputy director Xia Keqiang said.

More ordinary people will first feel that the speed of Internet will be greatly improved. The difference from 4G to 5G is like “Bunny jumping” and “cheetah running”. Jiangsu Nanjing will take the lead in realizing 5G business in a small scope in the year, and will achieve scale business by 2020. Just one 5G brings infinite possibilities to the Internet of things, smart city and intelligent transportation. What about artificial intelligence?

“Since 2017, we have made a lot of explorations and attempts in smart cities, smart families, and intelligent industries. For example, the door locks of intelligent household appliances can make the host and visitors live in different places.” Chen Jianhua, general manager of the Industrial Chain Cooperation Department of the China Telecom Co branch of the Internet of things, said that the future network technology will be truly landed through a large number of applications, thus improving production efficiency and facilitating public life.

The experts believe that the future network will develop from the network function and the human-computer to the machine intelligence stage. The zero delay and intelligence of the future network will greatly obscure the concept of space-time. Communication only needs data transmission between nodes, and people can not get greater physical and mental liberation by the need of urban and rural shuttle shuttle. Therefore, from now on to the future, the most important thing is to lay a solid foundation for technology and grasp the entry of future network.