her first address to Parliament since the terror attack, praising the “extraordin
ary courage” demonstrated by mosque worshipers and police during one of the country’s “darkest days.”
”There have rightly been questions around how this could have happened here. In a place that prides itself on being open, pea
ceful, diverse. And there is anger that it has happened here,” Ardern said Tuesday.Prime Minister Jacinda A
rdern embraces a woman who attended the House session at Parliament on March 19.
Fifty people were killed in Friday’s attack, while another 50 were injured, and 10 people remain in critical condition, health officials said Tuesday.
In her speech Tuesday, Ardern said she would do everything in her power to prevent the attacker from gaining attention.
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”He sought many things from his act of terror, but one was notoriety. And that is why you will never hear me mention his name,” said Arden.
movable. However, internet blurs the boundary and allows people to access high-quality resources without leaving their home.
According to the action plan, China will promote Internet Plus in several sectors such as healthcare, elderly care, education and culture, to boost new con
sumption based on internet platforms, and develop online and offline coordinated consumption.
According to a report from the China E-commerce Research Ce
nter, in 2017, China’s online education market was worth 240.2 billion yuan, up 53.97 perc
ent from the previous year. The figure is expected to grow to more than 400 billion yuan in market scale in 2018.
The upgrade in information capacity usually brings about great changes, Wang Zhenzhong, an engi
neer from Alibaba Group, told the newspaper. “It will upgrade the former consumption and create new consumption sectors.”
billion cu m of gas shipment last year, a
year-on-year increase of 31.7 percent, it has only 26 gas stora
ge sites with just 8 billion cu m in storage as of 2018, contributing 3 percent of the country’s total gas consumption.
Analysts believe insufficient infrastructure, including underground gas storage an
d natural gas pipelines, is standing in the way of a more open and liberalized domestic gas sector in the country.
Li Li, research director at energy consulting company ICIS China, also suggested that the government should encourage the construction of gas storage ta
nks to prevent future gas shortages during cold snaps, considering the country’s high dependence on oil and gas imports.
To ensure sufficient gas supply, the country’s national oil majors are also ramping up loc
al oil and gas output, adding thousands of wells at oil basins, shale rocks and deepwater fields nationwide.
have expanded. Now, bakeries, cinemas, convenience stores, gyms are all channels that dairy makers are try
ing to access,” said Yu Xubo, chairman of the board of directors of Mengniu, and president of COFCO Group, China’s largest food trader.
“We have also found that the purchase of fresh dairy products is increasing in major
cities among middle to higher-income earners,” said Yu, who is also a deputy to the 13th National People’s Congress.
This year, Mengniu said it plans to establish specific cold chain logistics cha
nnels and strengthen its ability to produce and transfer fresh dairy products.
Meanwhile, the dairy maker has developed some niche products. It has introduced sports milk with a high protein
content tailored to those who work out often, and milk that acts as a meal substitute, both of which have seen high
er-than-expected sales, driven by new and more diversified demand from consumers, the company said.
panel of the CPPCC, where retired champions, sports officials, scholars and entreprene
urs agreed to make a joint proposal this year to call for greater investment and policy support from the edu
cation, finance and rural-urban development authorities to raise the level of student participation in sports.
In response, the Ministry of Education has pledged to enhance the
role of physical education on campus by making school PE classes more fun, providing be
tter training of PE teachers and investing more in facility upgrades as a primary task in 2019.
“We’ve taken serious measures to address the decline in student fitn
ess levels, and we have already seen results, but it seems the effort is still not eno
ugh,” Zhong Denghua, a vice-minister of education, said during a group discussion with the sports panel on Monday.