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    China's railways reported 24.6 percent surge in passenger volume Friday, the first day of the annual travel rush when hundreds of millions of Chinese people return home to spend Spring Festival with their families. More than 8.6 million trips were made by rail Friday, 1.71 million more than the same period last year, according to China Railway Corp. A record 2.98 billion trips are expected during this year's "Chunyun," the name given for the travel rush around Spring Festival, or Chinese Lunar New Year, according to the Ministry of Transport. Up to 356 million trips are expected to be made via rail over the 40-day period, up 9.7 percent year on year. Spring Festival falls on Jan. 28 this year.注册秒送体验金28元British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday confirmed that Britain will leave the EU single market while insisting that it wants to remain "the best friend and neighbor" to European partners. Speaking to an audience at Lancaster House, Westminster, including ambassadors from across the world, the prime minister used the speech to announce the Britain's 12 priorities for Brexit negotiations. May said that she does not want an outcome that leaves Britain "half-in, half-out" of the European Union. Below are the highlights of May's speech:A TRULY GLOBAL BRITAIN In the beginning of her speech, May said she wants the United Kingdom to emerge from the period of change to become stronger, fairer, more united and more outward-looking than ever before. "I want us to be a truly global Britain, the best friend and neighbour to our European partners, but a country that reaches beyond the borders of Europe too," she said. LEAVE EUROPEAN SINGLE MARKET WHILE PURSUING GREATEST POSSIBLE ACCESS May said Britain "cannot possibly" remain within the European single market, as staying in it would mean "not leaving the EU at all". "Brexit cannot mean membership of the single market," she said. May promised to push for the "greatest possible" access to the single market following Brexit. May said she wants a "bold and ambitious" trade arrangement with the EU.TARIFF-FREE TRADE AND CUSTOMS AGREEMENTS WITH EUROPE May said she wanted Britain to be able to negotiate its own trade agreements, as well as tariff-free trade with Europe and cross-border trade to be as friction-less as possible. She also outlined the plan to have a customs agreement with the EU. UK WILL NO LONGER CONTRIBUTE HUGE SUMS TO EU BUDGET May said because Britain will no longer be members of the single market, it will no longer be required to contribute huge sums to the EU budget, except fot some specific EU programs. "The days of Britain making vast contributions to the European Union will end," she said. BREXIT MUST MEAN CONTROL OF IMMIGRATION FROM EUROPE May said Brexit must mean control of the number of people who come to Britain from Europe, ensuring that the government can control immigration to Britain from Europe. But she also stressed that Britain will not close the door to EU nationals. "You will still be welcome in this country as we hope our citizens will be in yours," she said.。

    US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarth on Friday finalized a decision that the current stringent greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions standards for model years 2022-2025 cars and light trucks are appropriate and do not need to be changed. The EPA said in a statement that "a wide variety of effective technologies" are available to reduce GHG emissions from cars and light trucks, and that automakers are well positioned to meet the standards through model year 2025 "at lower costs than predicted." "My decision today rests on the technical record created by over eight years of research, hundreds of published reports including an independent review by the National Academy of Sciences, hundreds of stakeholder meetings, and multiple opportunities for the public and the industry to provide input," McCarthy said. "At every step in the process the analysis has shown that the greenhouse gas emissions standards for cars and light trucks remain affordable and effective through 2025, and will save American drivers billions of dollars at the pump while protecting our health and the environment." According to the EPA, the standards are projected to result in average fleet-wide consumer fuel economy sticker values of 36 miles per gallon (15 km per liter) by model year 2025, 10 miles per gallon (four km per liter) higher than the current fleet average. Overall, full implementation of the standards will cut about 6 billion tons of GHG emissions over the lifetimes of the vehicles sold in model years 2012-2025, the EPA said. Cars and light trucks are the largest source of GHG emissions in the US transportation sector. The so-called Midterm Evaluation process was established as a part of the 2012 final greenhouse gas emissions standards for model years 2017-2025 to see whether the EPA's targets set then was still practical. While the final determination immediately drew criticism from the automotive industry, it was welcomed by environmental groups. "In order to keep our air clean and our climate safe, we need to put fuel efficiency standards in the fast lane," Michael Brune, director of the Sierra Club, said in a statement. "Fortunately, together with the Clean Power Plan, the Obama administration's clean car standards are the most ambitious step the United States has ever taken to reduce carbon and other types of air pollution," Brune said. "A new administration is no reason to shift progress to reverse."注册秒送体验金28元。

    Paris climate accord and berated 23 of NATO's 28 members for "still not paying what they should be paying" toward the funding of the alliance.Days earlier, in Saudi Arabia, Trump had presided over the single largest US arms deal in American history, worth $110 billion over the next decade and。,。orIf I had a dollar for every time I made the new year resolution to join a gym and get into shape, I'd have enough money to pay for my own treadmill, which I'd probably use to hang my clothes to dry. Whether you celebrate by counting down from 10 pm on December 31 or by putting up decorations of a rooster all over your house, New Year celebrations across the world share one tradition in common - the desire for self-improvement.But why is it that we start the year with amazing willpower and determination, only to lose it over the course of a few months? A quick Google search will show that it only takes 21 days to form a new habit, and yet we find ourselves making the same resolution every year. So, what does it take to fulfill our resolutions? The idea of 21 days to form a habit comes from Dr Maxwell Maltz, a plastic surgeon in the 1950s. Whenever Maltz performed an operation, he found that it would take the patient about 21 days to get used to seeing their new face. Similarly, he noticed that the patient would sense a phantom limb for about 21 days following an amputation. Maltz wrote down his observations, and in 1960, he published a book called Psycho-Cybernetics in which he talked about the time it takes to adjust to a new change - 21 days. He sold more than 30 million copies. Nearly every major "self-help" professional misquoted Maltz, saying it only takes 21 days to form a new habit. Decades passed until a study published in the European Journal of Social Psychology shed new light on what it took to form a new habit. Over the course of 12 weeks, the habits of 96 people were studied. Each person chose a new task for the duration of the study, reporting whether or not they were able to accomplish the task each day and whether it felt like a habit. The tasks chosen by the test subjects ranged from simple tasks, such as drinking one more bottle of water a day, to the more difficult ones like running for half an hour. The researchers found that, on average, it took 66 days before a new task became automatic, depending on the task, the person, and their circumstances.The study determined that it can take anywhere from 18 days to 254 days to develop a new habit. But it's not all bad news - they also found that a subject's failure to perform the new task from time to time didn't affect the process of forming a new habit. In other words, it is ok if you mess up. Missing a day doesn't mean you have to start from scratch. In the end, the secret to forming a habit is perseverance. If after a few weeks you still struggle to stick to your resolution, don't let it get to you. If you want to achieve your new year resolution, you will need to set realistic expectations based on the difficulty of the new habit and allow yourself to make mistakes. The journey toward self-improvement is filled with many falls, and the only way to reach the end is to pick yourself up and keep walking. This article was published on the Global Times Metropolitan section Two Cents page, a space for reader submissions, including opinion, humor and satire. The ideas expressed are those of the author alone, and do not represent the position of the Global Times.。

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    China's Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin visited Singapore Tuesday to co-chair the 10th Bilateral Consultations between the Singapore and Chinese Foreign Ministries with Singapore's Permanent Secretary for Foreign Affairs Chee Wee Kiong. The two sides discussed boosting bilateral cooperation as well as the connectivity between the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and China. Chee and Liu reviewed the longstanding and multi-faceted cooperation between the two countries. They noted that high-level exchanges were maintained between the two sides in 2016 including Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's meetings with President Xi Jinping at the G20 Summit in Hangzhou and Premier Li Keqiang at the ASEAN Summit in Vientiane, according to the Singaporean Ministry of Foreign Affairs. They reviewed the good progress of the three government-to-government projects between the two sides, including the latest Chongqing Connectivity Initiative.Chee and Liu also discussed upcoming bilateral exchanges, including the Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation to be held next month, and the China-Singapore Forum on Leadership this year. Chee expressed Singapore's support for the Belt and Road Initiative, calling it a new area of collaboration which would further build upon Singapore and China's substantive bilateral ties. The officials also discussed strengthening relations and connectivity between China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), including synergies between the Master Plan for ASEAN Connectivity 2025 and the Belt and Road Initiative. To implement the ASEAN-China Year of Tourism Cooperation in 2017, they requested Singapore Tourism Board and China National Tourist Administration to collaborate and discuss concrete plans to promote tourism between ASEAN and China. Started in 1996, the Consultations are a useful platform for the two Foreign Ministries to discuss bilateral cooperation, ASEAN-China cooperation and exchange views on key regional and global developments.researchers noted, is the scale and complexity of the circuits successfully assembled -- which included up to seven NOR gates assembled in series or parallel. At this size, circuits can begin to execute useful behaviors by taking in information from different environmental sensors and performing。

    Antonio Tajani of the European People's Party Group promised "total availability" to all political groups in an acceptance speech in Strasbourg after being elected President of the European Parliament on Tuesday evening. "Allow me to thank all of you, those who voted for me and those who voted for my friend Gianni Pittella in this last round," Tajani declared in his first speech from the head of the hemicycle, just minutes after the results were announced. "And I would like to thank all of those who voted for other candidates from other political groups." "As I said today, I will be the President of all I will respect all members of Parliament and all groups," the new head of the European Parliament insisted after his victory. Tajani led the first three rounds of voting, but was not able to secure the absolute majority necessary to win earlier in the day. After the grueling contest, he emerged victorious after defeating Gianni Pittella, leader of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats, in a final fourth voting round, by 351 votes to 282. A founder of the Forza Italia party, Tajani is former European Commissioner for Industry and Entrepreneurship, and has a reputation for strong commitment to business and deep personal ethics. At the end of his work at the European Commission, Tajani refused the so-called "golden handshake," a three-year 468,000-euro(about 501,000 US dollars) payout to former Commissioners intended to help them transition out of the public sector. Tajani takes over the Presidency in a difficult time for European politics, with ongoing economic and migrant crises, internal and external security concerns, Brexit, and the ever-present threat of terrorism looming over the continent. Critics on the left-wing of the hemicycle have accused President Tajani of being a supporter of failed austerity politics, with S&D Vice-President Udo Bullmann claiming in a press release last week that the Italian's election would lead to "three more years of disastrous neo-liberal economic policies." For his part, Antonio Tajani promised to represent all interests, addressing his colleagues before the first round of voting in English, French, and his native Italian. He also dedicated his victory to the victims of the recent earthquake that struck central Italy last October, many of whom are still in difficult conditions as a predicted cold snap descends on Europe this week: "I think we should express our solidarity to all of them, as well as we should express our solidarity to all the victims of terrorism. And those who are suffering at the moment. Those who are homeless and those that are unemployed." President Tajani closed on a note of cooperation: "I think this is a common feeling which we all share. And I think this is the message Strasbourg should share with all our citizens." He replaces outgoing Socialist President Martin Schulz, whom he thanked for the work he did during his mandate, and will serve a renewable 2.5-year term. Tajani takes office immediately and, in his first duties, will oversee the election of 14 Vice-Presidents and five Quaestors on Wednesday.which includes details of public policies and subsidies, as well as a monitoring system, a warning system regarding government funds, and a feedback system handling public complaints. The platform gives terminals all villages in the county, like the one in Yang uses. "With the platform, I can see my。

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