shops that have obtained permits should avoid selling snacks that have lots of salt and sugar, it said.
Canteen staff should undergo health checks every year and maintain good sanitary habits; the school should keep full a
nd accurate record on the sources of the food and leave samples of each food for inspection, it said.
Canteens that do not leave food samples, purchased or stor
ed nitrite and sell food with high health risks, including sprouting potato and wild mushrooms, will
be fined ranging from 5,000 to 30,000 yuan, ($744 to $4464), according to the notice.
People responsible for food safety will be warned, striped off their post or handed over to law enforcement if caught profiting
illegally by purchasing substandard food, handling job irresponsibly and posing health risks, ca
using physical harm to teachers and students and failing to report food safety accidents, it said.
The bilingual drama Agamemnon, a co-production of the National Theater Company of China a
nd the National Theater of Greece, represents a refreshing innovation for Chinese theater lovers.
The play by ancient Greek tragedian Aeschylus, often called the “father of tragedy”, is the first part of his only extant tr
ilogy. It is a story about patriarchy, matriarchy, revenge and justice. In the story, Agamemnon s
acrifices his daughter to win the Trojan War. After his triumphant return, the king is slain by his wife and her lover.
Directed by Stathis Livathinos, artistic director of the NTG, Agamemnon embodies a pr
ofound cooperation between China and Greece. “To have a bilingual presentation of a play means yo
u hear two languages, two kinds of actors, two schools. Of course it’s a very big risk. But it’s better to go with a risk t
han with safety. Because I really believe the National Theater should always be the avant-garde,” he said.
”Agamemnon is a part of something bigger that doesn’t belong only to Greece. This
is a theatrical and artistic meeting of two civilizations on stage,” Livathinos added.
Mate X is more practical than Galaxy Fold because the latter is folded inward to lower the risk of br
eaking apart while falling down, which is not so useful when breaking-glass insurance is popular.
More importantly, the “new” foldable smartphones are hardly of any pr
actical use. Of course, one can easily double the display of the foldable smartphone by un
folding it so it has the size of an iPad, but that’s all. In plain words, the foldable display enables users to combine a tablet an
d a smartphone into one. There might be more uses in the future, but at least not for now.
When touchable displays for smartphones was invented, they did not get popularized until certain apps that suit
ed touchable displays only, such as Fruit Ninjia, gained popularity. Now foldable smartphones faces a similar pr
oblem. Only when apps that suit the foldable smartphones are developed will the phones be truly accepted by the market.
Wu Shuyuan, a senior analyst at Sigmaintell, a company specialized in display analysis
Samsung Fold and Huawei Mate X are both foldable smartphones, but they differ greatly in terms of des
ign. The former is folded inward while the latter is folded outward, and each has its advantages and disadvantages.
WASHINGTON – The Smithsonian’s National Zoo in Washington DC held a housewarming
event inside the giant panda house on Saturday to celebrate the completion of a new visitor exhibit.
The celebration featured frozen treats for giant pandas and red pandas, as well as interactive games and activities for visitors.
The new exhibit, according to the zoo, teaches visitors about the ecology, history, reproduction, conservation and c
are of giant pandas and enables them to learn about these unique bears and their natural habitat.
It also chronicles “the advances that panda scientists in China and at the Smithsonian have made during the past four decades.”
”So much has changed for giant pandas, for the better, in the past decade,” Steven Monfort, the John and Adri
enne Mars Director of the Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute, said in a statement.
”This updated exhibit is really inspiring because it shows how much of a difference we can
make with science and cooperation,” he said, noting that “Smithsonian and Chinese scientists have bee
n collaborating for decades, and visitors can see the results of our work as they walk through the panda house.”