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The safety of mountaineers in China’s recently concluded Qomola
ngma climbing season, which saw 241 climbers scale the peak from the Chinese side, was ensured throu
gh good management practices, the government of the Tibet autonomous region said on Friday.
Twelve Chinese mountaineers, 21 Chinese guides, 94 foreign mountaineers and 108 Sherpa guides
made it to the summit from April 10 to May 30, according to the Tibet Mountaineering Association.
Two alpinists, however, have become the victims on the north face of the
mountain in Tibet’s Dingri county, resulting from the extreme physical demands.
“Mountaineering is a high-risk sport, and safety is the priority,” said Pema Trinley, the association’s deputy director.
ocal kindergarten had used to ask children whether they we
re involved in gangs went viral on the internet. The local educational bureau said that the rese
arch was meant to stop bullies in kindergartens instead of finding gangster members.
Over 90 percent of Hong Kong college students responding to a survey said they were optimistic about the country’s fut
ure, and more than 80 percent said they would like to work on the mainland according to a report released Wednesday.
The HKUYA Student Exchange Network published the report based on a survey they carrie
d out between February and March on Hong Kong college students’ employment intentions for the mainland.
Nearly 75 percent of respondents said the major reas
on for them to work on the mainland is a plethora of job opportunities.
China, with related hashtags getting more than 150 million views on Weibo.
Eunice Yoon, Beijing bureau chief and Inside China host at CNBC Interna
tional, tweeted to Regan that 120 million people viewed a Chinese hashtag that she tran
slated to: “Fox News female anchor challenges debate after being accused by CCTV for being emotional”.
Yoon, incidentally, was a former classmate of Regan’s at Phillips Exeter Academy, a prep school in New Hampshire.
“Seeing the kind of reaction online, I want to say, it’s important for us to have a meaningfu
l discussion to try to understand each other better. I appreciate the opportunity,” Liu wrote on May 24.
Liu has been working at CCTV since 1997, after graduating from Nanjing University’s English studies program.