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网站历史库(www.54zz.com):Taiwan's TSMC, the world's largest contract chipmaker and a major Apple Inc supplier, on Monday said it would take a decision next year on whether to build a US chip plant.In January, TSMC Chairman Morris Chang had said the company did not rule out the idea of building a US foundry, joining many companies that are considering manufacturing in the US amid President Donald Trump's push to create more jobs."We won't make a decision until next year," TSMC spokesman Michael Kramer said. The company gets about 65 percent of its revenue from the US."We would sacrifice some benefits if we move to the States. But we have flexibility in Taiwan. If an earthquake happened for instance [in Taiwan], we could send thousands of people here as support, whereas it's harder in the States," he told Reuters.Local media CNA news agency reported on Monday that TSMC will make a decision on the plant in the first half of 2018, citing unidentified sources. The report also said TSMC is considering an investment of about $16.41 billion) for the plant. TSMC is also reportedly looking at investing in Toshiba Corp's chip business.知乎用户提出了超600万个题,撰写了2300万篇回答151万篇文章。知名投资人徐新说,知乎的问答模式很利,护城河也很深。关于内容,我们觉得有一1%定律:从人群的度来看100人里面有1意所以关要做得早,把1%的意见牢牢抓住,同时还确保机制公平上升渠道江苏快3微信群。


360手机助手70版本的式上线更是业界视为360手机助手向僵尸应用彻底战。据悉,该版主打性分发模式,为不同年龄别的用户群体定制专属于他们的应用商店过洁的设置和个性化推荐,筛选掉大量僵尸应用,不仅用户获得所花费的时间大大减少,更是让更多小而美的精品应用得以安徽快三计划Long-term forces such as an interest rate hike by the US Federal Reserve or short-term disruptions such as a voluntary boycott by some Chinese tourists of certain countries will likely shape the nation's top overseas travel destination list, benefiting some markets at the expense of others, experts told the Global Times on Monday. The comments came after as many as 3,400 Chinese tourists on an international cruise liner refused to go ashore on South Korea's Jeju Island on Saturday as a form of protest against the deployment of the US military's Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) battery in South Korea.In 2016, the top 10 overseas destinations favored by tourists from the Chinese mainland, measured by bookings, were Thailand, South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Singapore, the US, Malaysia, the Maldives, Vietnam and the Philippines, according to a report jointly released by the online travel services provider Ctrip and the China Tourism Academy on January 22.However, experts said that the ranking could be changed this year, subject to long-term influences and short-term disruptions."Disruptions such as THAAD will hurt travel to South Korea, traditionally a very important destination for Chinese tourists. If the turbulence fades in the first half, the whole year will record mild growth in outbound travel. But it will not be like the high single-digit growth rates recorded in 2014 and 2015," Song Ding, a Shenzhen-based market analyst from the China Development Institute, told the Global Times on Monday."Overall, Chinese overseas travel will remain the same. The Fed hike will likely cause the yuan to depreciate, cutting tourists' purchasing power and slowing the growth of overseas travel," Song said.Chinese people made 122 million outbound trips in 2016, up 4.3 percent year-on-year. Overseas spending by Chinese tourists reached $109.8 billion, or an average of $900 per person. More than 8 million Chinese tourists visited South Korea last year.Neighboring countries will gain at the expense of South Korea, as the bulk of Chinese outbound trips are made to nearby destinations, noted Song. "Southeast Asian countries and Japan may stand as the main beneficiaries. Europe and the US will receive stable tourist inflows from China, but long-distance trips that cost more than 20,000 yuan ($2,894) are not the mainstream choice for Chinese people going abroad," Song said. A number of Chinese airlines have canceled flights to South Korea recently, according to media reports.The THAAD protests show the impact that sudden disruptions have on Chinese people's travel pattern. Japan, however, has benefited from having no sudden disruptions, according to Song.Zhang Lingyun, director of the Tourism Development Academy at Beijing Union University, said that South Korea was traditionally a key destination for many of China's tour operators and cruise travel companies. With uncertainties rising, the tense feelings could extend to engulf Japan, Zhang said. "As not so many people could afford trips to the Europe and the US, we would probably see the market vacuum left by South Korea being partly filled by more expensive travel destinations. However, a large portion of Chinese tourists will have no option but to turn back to the domestic market," Zhang said.Zhang noted that some of the reasons that Chinese people travel to South Korea can't be matched by countries in Southeast Asia. "For instance, the travelers who shop for skincare and health products won't find those items in those countries," Zhang said.Thailand, Japan and South Korea were the top three countries in terms of spending by Chinese visitors, according to Ctrip. "But uncertainty can be confusing. For instance, in the Philippines, we see a dramatic reverse of fortunes in the two countries' relationship, and this is not totally unlikely to repeat in South Korea," Zhang said.Newspaper headline: Uncertainties could reshape travel。


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A man was detained on Saturday after hopping over a bike-rack barrier along the north fence of the White House, according to local media. The unidentified man, who was being questioned, did not make it over the White House fence, ABC News reported. White House press secretary Sean Spicer also confirmed on the twitter that the individual jumped a bike rack on Pennsylvania Ave., Washington D.C., not the White House fence. The person reportedly wanted to deliver a letter to someone in the Trump administration, according to ABC News. Saturday's incident comes after a man with backpack breached the White House grounds last week, who claimed that he was a friend of US President Donald Trump. That suspect was taken into custody after spending about 16 minutes on the grounds, the Secret Service said in a statement on Friday, adding that the investigation was still ongoing.清晰地看出,二者拉新曲线走势的异很大在抢先看全集的模式下,部剧的拉新曲线是随播出日期积而缓下降的大明王1566》展示出的是弧度更大的优美曲线和舒展的跨度,这明这部剧的质量和口碑,随着出和推广传播体现的曲线不但没有下降,反保有上涨的空间,其长时间的能。



European Council President Donald Tusk urged member states of the European Union (EU) to strive towards maintaining political unity after Brexit as the debate over a multi-speed Europe is getting fierce. Tusk chaired the debate on the future of Europe on Friday with all EU leaders, with the exception British Prime Minister Theresa May, who are gathered in Brussels for a two-day summit which ends on Friday. "When discussing the various scenarios for Europe, our main objective should be to strengthen mutual trust and unity among 27," Tusk said at a press conference with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Friday. "After today's debate, I can openly say that all 27 leaders agree with this objective. This was an optimistic discussion about our common future, with a positive approach from all sides, without any exception," Tusk added. The debate on a 'multi-speed' Europe gained momentum after the publication of the European Commission's White Paper and a meeting of leaders of continental Europe's biggest economies who back the idea of differentiated integration for EU member states. Some EU member states, such as France, Germany, Spain and Italy are calling for a multi-speed Europe, in which some could deepen their integration faster than others. However, the bloc's eastern members fear that they would be excluded from deeper integration in the future and are against the idea. "I understand the reasons for this," Tusk said, "Some expect systemic changes that would loosen intra-EU ties and strengthen the role of nations in relation to the community. Others, quite the opposite, are looking for new, deeper dimensions of integration, even if they would apply only to some member states." "However, considering the interests of the community of 27 countries in the context of the upcoming Brexit negotiations, as well as the long-term strategic interests of the EU, I will be urging everyone to strive towards maintaining political unity among the 27," Tusk said. On March 25, Europe will celebrate the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome, the event that started the process of European integration. The bloc expected to renew its vision at the Rome Summit, but EU member states currently are wildly divided on which direction the bloc should take.秒速赛车A Syrian-Kurdish woman models traditional Kurdish attire during a fashion show in the northeastern Syrian city of Qamishli on March 10. Photo: AFPIn a shimmering dress, Efin Hissu strides confidently down a runway to the beat of Kurdish music at a fashion show in northeast Syria showcasing a revival of the minority group's traditional clothing.Her outfit is a riot of contrasting patterns, starting with her full-length gown, a sienna shade overlaid with a delicate leaf-like pattern in dark brown and gold thread.The exaggerated sleeves extend out at the cuff to form a point that sweeps delicately as she moves her arms.Over the dress is a black jacket, heavily embroidered in gold, and over her head and shoulders is a black, white and yellow headscarf held in place by a gold headpiece with dangling coins.Such an outfit would not have been seen in public in Syria's Kurdish regions in years past, under restrictions on the minority that also banned their language and denied them Syrian nationality.But after Syria's uprising began in March 2011, the government first relaxed some restrictions and then in 2012 withdrew most of its forces from Kurdish-majority areas in the country's north.In the wake of the withdrawal, the Kurdish community, who made up around 15 percent of Syria's pre-war population, has worked to revive its language and culture, including its sartorial traditions."This show is the first of its kind," said Medea Akko, 25, who helped supervise the fashion show held in the Kurdish-majority city of Qamishli."Our goal is to counter the marginalization of Kurdish clothing and to introduce it to society and the world," she added."Before the Syrian revolution, we couldn't even say that we were Kurds, but now the situation is different - I can wear my clothes and speak Kurdish in our streets and our cities."The fashion show was held to coincide with the Day of Kurdish Clothing, on March 10, which has been marked in neighboring Iraqi Kurdistan for years but only more recently in Syria's Kurdish areas.Walk with pride"Some people think that Kurdish clothing enhances beauty," Akko told AFP."And I feel like I'm a queen when I wear Kurdish clothing."The show was sponsored by a local political party and featured 15 women and seven men modeling a range of traditional attire.It culminated with the arrival of a model dressed in a traditional bridal outfit: a red robe with a heavy gold necklace and a diaphanous red veil.As the men and women walked the runway, observers clapped along to the music and filmed the proceedings on cellphones.After the fashion show, Hissu and her fellow models walked proudly through the neighborhood still wearing the traditional clothing."We're thrilled by this day - to be able to wear our traditional Kurdish clothing and wander around in it in the streets of Qamishli and to celebrate this day in front of everyone," she told AFP.A traditional Kurdish outfit for women consists primarily of an ornate dress with exaggerated long sleeves and a pointed cuff known as "krass."The gown is sometimes worn over a pair of wide trousers and accentuated with an embroidered coat.Ornamenting the outfit is an array of jewelry, including necklaces and bracelets, nose studs, anklets and a decorative belt of silver or gold.Men's outfits are simpler, though still distinctive, featuring trousers that billow out from the hips and nip back in at the ankles, secured with a thick belt of colorful fabric.The outfit includes a simple shirt and matching jacket or waistcoat and is topped with a turban wrapped from a scarf often featuring flowers or other patterns.Tailors working non-stopIn the past, Kurdish clothing was rarely seen in shops, with tailors instead creating pieces at home, behind closed doors and away from the eyes of the authorities.But today the situation is reversed, and Qamishli's tailors are dealing with growing demand, particularly with the approach of the Nowruz spring festival on March 21, when traditional dress is favored by celebrating Kurds."There is growing demand for Kurdish clothes since the revolution. They're worn particularly during the Nowruz festival and for weddings," said Sami Moussa, who works in Qamishli's tailors' district."Nowadays we don't stop working because demand is so high," he told AFP."We're working on perhaps 100 pieces a month, particularly in the spring, while before (2011) we didn't do more than 10 pieces a month," he added.His dresses range in price from 40,000 Syrian pounds ($80) to 80,000 depending on the fabric and sewing work involved.Tailor Raed Yusef, 38, speaks proudly about the array of options now available to those seeking traditional Kurdish attire."In the past, Kurdish clothes were made in secret," he said, seated by his sewing machine."But today we have customers in Europe who we send clothes for them to wear at weddings and on Nowruz."A few days ago, for the first time, I made a traditional bridal gown for a bride to wear on her wedding day."Newspaper headline: ‘Feel like a queen’Promotional material for Kong: Skull Island Photo: ICIn the box-office battle of the beasts, King Kong easily conquered Wolverine.Kong: Skull Island, the latest in a series of films starring the legendary great ape, bested Logan to top the North American box office in its debut weekend, industry estimates showed Sunday.The film starring Britain's Tom Hiddleston, Oscar winner Brie Larson and the ubiquitous Samuel L. Jackson tells the story of explorers on a mysterious island that happens to be Kong's domain.The latest reboot of the 1933 Hollywood monster movie classic raked in $61 million over the weekend, according to industry tracker Exhibitor Relations.That easily topped the $37.9 million brought in by Logan, which stars Hugh Jackman in his final performance as the metal-clawed, mutant anti-hero Wolverine.In just two weeks in theaters, Logan has brought in nearly $153 million.Bumped down to third place was the socially conscious horror thriller Get Out, the surprise hit of the year, with $21.1 million.Comedian Jordan Peele's directorial debut follows an African American (Daniel Kaluuya) who goes with his white girlfriend (Allison Williams) to meet her family for the first time, but quickly realizes something sinister is afoot at their country estate.The smart satire cost $4.5 million to produce and has already taken in more than $111 million in three weeks.The Shack, based on a novel by Canadian author William Young about a grieving man's spiritual journey after his child dies, landed at No.4 with just over $10 million.Fifth place went to CGI comedy The Lego Batman Movie, with $7.8 million and an overall box-office haul of $159 million in five weeks. Featuring the voice of Will Arnett as the caped crusader, the Warner Bros spinoff of The Lego Movie follows Batman as he tries to save Gotham City from being taken over by the Joker, voiced by Zach Galifianakis.Rounding out the top 10:Before I Fall ($3.1 million)Hidden Figures ($2.8 million)John Wick: Chapter 2 ($2.7 million)La La Land ($1.8 million)Fifty Shades Darker ($1.6 million)。