To encourage them to move, Guizhou authorities have used a better schooling for their children as bait,” said Zhang Qing of Guizhou’s provincial Education Department.
“More than 130,000 children will be enrolled in the 1,600 preschool facilities and primary and secondary schools near their urban s
ettlements. Also, 333 nurseries and junior high schools will be built to enroll some 50,000 relocated children,” Zhang added.
To promote educational development and cultivate more high-quality teachers in the country’s central and w
estern regions, China launched a State-level training program for rural primary and middle school teachers in 2010.
Primary school teachers in Guizhou have joined the training at Beijing Normal University.
In September 2014, President Xi Jinping met with teachers from Guizhou who were r
eceiving training at Beijing Normal University. The group of teachers later wrote a letter to Xi.
In a letter of reply to the Guizhou teachers, Xi asked them to lead education reform in poor areas.
When the flurry subsided, Berry began to pull the net up and pick carp from it one by one.
Repeating this process one or two times, they had enough carp to deliver to the nearby Kentucky Fish Center owned by An
gie Yu, who also operates Two Rivers Fisheries, the largest Asian carp processor and exporter in the United States.
Berry and Irwin, half-brothers originally from Washington, came to Kentucky to fish for Asian carp in November.
Irwin is a commercial fisherman who has worked all over the world, most recently in Ala
ska during the summer. For three months, he worked 20 – to 22-hour days in Alaskan wate
rs. The pay was good enough to cover a year’s worth of living expenses, but the work was extremely hard.
One day, Irwin read an internet article about Asian carp and commercial fishing in Kentucky, and immediately became interested.
orwegian-born John Hou Sæter, a midfielder with Beijing Guo’an, received his temporary Chinese ID card Tuesday, becoming the first naturalized Chinese footballer.
Known as Hou Yongyong in China, the 21-year-old is expected to make his Guo’an debut in the Chinese Football Assoc
iation (CFA) Super Cup match between Shanghai SIPG and Beijing Guo’an next weekend, according to The Paper.
Guo’an has also registered him up for the upcoming AFC Champions League.
It has also been predicted that he may receive a national team call-up in the future.
Hou Sæter made his debut for Norwegian side Rosenborg in a domestic cup game against Orkla F
K in 2014. The appearance made him, at 16 years and 101 days, Rosenborg’s youngest ever senior player.
In September 2014 he made his debut in the Norwegian top f
light against Aalesund, coming on as an 81st-minute substitute in a 3-0 win. This made him his sid
e’s youngest ever league debutant, at 16 years and 258 days, beating the previous record by nine days.
Speaking on the speculation that Hou Sæter may one day play for the Chinese national side, h
is mother, Hou Yurong, said that it would be “both my wish and his own choice. I’m always his biggest fan.”
ing a probe on the far side of the moon. For instance, Jim Bridenstine, NASA administrator, took
to Twitter to describe the mission as “a first for humanity and an impressive accomplishment”. China, on it
s part, said that scientists from the two communicated closely before and during the Chang’e-4 launch process.
While the US side informed Chinese scientists about its satellites in orbit around the moon, Chi
na shared with the US scientists the longitude, latitude and timing of Chang’e-4’s landing. The int
eraction was in sharp contrast to the tense relations between the two sides in other areas of science and technology. W
hich means there is huge room for cooperation between the US and China in space exploration.
Cooperation more important in spaceina have both made great progress in
Although the US and Ch space technologies, they are still in the primitive sta
ge of developing and using space. As of today, neither country is capable of building a new permanent sta
tion in space, let alone building one on the moon. But through cooperation and collaboration, which will reduce the cost of
space development for both countries, the US and China can aim at more ambitious targets.