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This year, O’Neill said, it looks as if Japan is going to try to feature the issue of global governance of te
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as of focus in the future, need to be pushed to explain precisely what they want to achieve in doing so.
“It is all very well to make very general grand statements, but unless anything specific occurs between and across G20 cou
ntries, what is really the point?” O’Neill said. “This must surely become a prerequisite fo running out of time to secu
re a safe future for humanity; we have a climate crisis on our hands, and we have entered an era of mass ext
inction of species with grave consequences for humanity,” he said.r the G20 at this year’s meeting and into the future.”
Zhu Qiwen and Liu Yi contributed to this story.
redeveloped from a local cement plant, a former symbol of its economic boo
m. And the locals are working together to turn the venue into a cultural landmark tha
t will eventually include a cinema, a creative writing residence and a cultural center named after Jia.
A special thesis oral defense was held for a seriously injured third-year graduate student at a hospital in Central China’s Henan province on Sunday.
The student, Cheng Yanfang, who was about to graduate this year from East China Univ
ersity of Political Science and Law, became a paraplegic after a car accident in April.
“Finishing her thesis, getting her master’s degree and becoming a teacher is my sister’s biggest dream,” Cheng Hao, Cheng Yanfang
‘s younger brother, told thepaper.cn. He said even though the accident left her with no feeling below he
r chest, she maintained her rehabilitation training and read papers in her spare time.
Shares of Luckin Coffee, a fast-growing rival to Starbucks in China, rose 20 percent in their US stock market debut Friday.
The Chinese company, which opened its first store in Beijing less than two years ago, has
2,370 locations and plans to surpass the 3,700 stores Starbucks has in China by the end of the year.
It brought in $125 million in revenue last year, but spent much more th
an that on coffee beans, store rent and other costs. Last year, it lost $475 million.
Most of Luckin’s stores are small, have few seats and are used mainly as a place to pick up mobile orders.
It also offers delivery in 30 minutes and promises a refund for delays or spilled drinks.