China News︱Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Daily newsletter on January 31, Tuesday, the tenth day of the first lunar month, happy work and happy life! Quick, joy in life!

  1. Key business districts in Beijing will carry out a pilot project of swinging out, and operators will report to the street online.

  2. Sichuan responds to the abolition of marriage restrictions on birth registration: it is not to encourage non-marriage to have children, but to ensure that “unmarried pregnant” people can enjoy maternal and child health care services.

  3. Children of veterans and martyrs can add up to 20 points to the college entrance examination.

  4. At least 28 people were killed and 150 injured in the explosion at the Peshawar mosque in Pakistan. The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the explosion at the Peshawar mosque.

  5. Mao Ning responded that the United States, Japan and the Netherlands restricted the export of semiconductor equipment to me: Attempts to block other people’s roads will only block their own roads.

  6. The third in the world! my country already has the ability to deliver complete quantum computers.

  7. Japan continues to impose restrictions, and Hong Kong Airlines has canceled more than 150 flights to and from Japan!

  8. Major adjustments to JD’s international business: closing Thailand and Indonesia stations, and developing warehousing and logistics.

  9. The European Union will relax restrictions on tax credits in response to the US Green Subsidy Act.

  10. The number of influenza patients in Japan increased sharply, equivalent to 685 times that of the same period last year.

  11. 500,000 workers in the UK will hold the largest strike in more than a decade this week, demanding higher wages.

  12. A device containing radioactive material is lost in Australia. A device containing radioactive material goes missing in Australia