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2018-08-28

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ShanghairemainedthemostexpensivecityontheChinesemainlandforexpatriates,accordingtothelatestWorldwideCostofLivingSurveyreleasedonTuesday.Shanghai,China"sbusinesscenter,isnowranked16thoverall,downfrom11thlastyearandonparwiththecostoflivingintheNewZealandcitiesofAucklandandWellington.Thesurvey,conductedbytheEconomist"sIntelligentUnit,foundShenzhenandDalianwerethenextmostexpensiveChinesecitiestolive.BeijingandSuzhou,whichsawthebiggestdropamongtheeightChinesecitiesexamined,bothfell16placesto47thand69threspectively.Suzhou,GuangzhouandTianjin,tiedfor69thplace,makingthemthecheapestcitiesontheChinesemainland,accordingtothereport.Overall,Singaporeretainsitstitleastheworld"smostexpensivecityforafourthconsecutiveyear,followedbyHongKongandZurich.Thesurvey,whichcomparesthepriceofover150itemsin133citiesaroundtheworld,foundthatSingaporewas20percentmoreexpensivethanNewYorkand5percentpricierthanChina"sHongKong.JonCopestake,editorofthesurvey,saidthatSingaporereflectedaregionaltrend,withAsianhubsbecomingmanyoftheworld"smostexpensivecities.InadditiontoHongKong,Singaporewasjoinedinthetop10bytheJapanesecitiesofTokyoandOsakain4thand5thplacerespectively,andtheSouthKoreancapitalSeoulin6thplace.۹ͨQDII˽ļлۻƷĿǰڵطеĻ۹ļƷܹģ500Ԫҳʼ̬ñԱǰ仯˵ǩЭ֮ǰһⲿ繥һ

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Andthisproblemshouldbemuchaccountedof,Listressed,varioussocialproblemsmaybecausedbyit,ifpropertydeveloperscouldntgainreflowoffundsandevengobankrupt,itsalsodifficulttosolvelargeamountsofmigrantworkersaccruedsalary.Sincepropertytaxhasbeenofficiallyannoucedimpossibletolaunchduringthisyear"stwosesssions,butLibelievesthereisstillapossibilitythatitwouldbeintroducedinthecomingyearsasanalternativetochargingalandtransferfeeswhenstate-ownedpropertyleasesareupforrenewal."Aproblemthatourauthorityhasbefacedupwithisamountsoflandsusagetermareabouttoexpired.Theusagetermoflandsforcommercialuseis40years,industriallandsandresidentiallandsare50yearsand70yearrespectively.Especiallyforresidentiallands,iftheirlandusagetermsexpireandresidentsareaskedtopaylandtransferfeesforanothertermthatmeansalargeamountofmoneyandwould,obviously,beunbearableforthem.Withthisinmind,collectingpropertytaxmaybeagoodwayinsteadofpayingland-transferfees,andmaydefinitelymakeresidentsfeelmuchbetter,"Lisaid.PreviouslymostofLi"sproposalsrelatetothepropertymarket,thisyearhehasalsodrawnonhisexperienceasvicechairmanofChinaSiyuanFoundationforPovertyAlleviation,toputforwardaproposalaroundmanagementofnon-profitorganizationsoperation.Moreemphasisshouldbeputonimprovingtransparencyofnon-profitorganizations,Lisaid."Aswehaveseen,manynegativenewshappenedinthisareathroughlastyear,almostledtoacrisisofconfidenceamongthepublictosomedegree.Itsvitaltokeepdonorsinformedaboutthecapitalflowsofthedonations."Hehasalsosuggestedscrappingtheratingsystemfornot-for-profitsarguingthereislittledifferenceinthecategories."Iftheresnodifferenceinfund-raisingbetweena5Aorganizationanda4Aone,whybothertogivearatingforthemAfterallNGOsarenotlikehotelsorrestaurants.Tothepublic,itsthetranparencythatreallymatterswhentheywanttoknowwhetherapublicfundingfoundationisoperatinganactualgoodpublicwelfareprogram."Liexplained.ղڲڹϵŲдڹżֶͺиܸ֪ʷͬĻͳ㿴

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ڴģҪƺƴ͵ķӦҪ߱ŨȼϰҪİȫThelatesthandovercomesamidtensionsfollowingSeoul"sdecisiontoinstalltheUS"TerminalHighAltitudeAreaDefenseanti-missilesystem,whichBeijingisfirmlyopposedto,andshouldserveasawake-upcalltothenewROKgovernmentthatthehard-wonBeijing-Seoulpartnershipmustevolveonthebasisoflearningfrompastmistakesratherthanrepeatingthem.ChinaandtheROKestablisheddiplomaticrelationsin1992,buryingtheirpost-KoreanWar"confrontation"thatlastednearlyfourdecades.Sincethen,thetwocountrieshaveenjoyedmorethantwodecadesofreciprocalexchangesandinteractionsuntilWashingtonandSeouldecidedtodeploytheTHAADontheROKsoillastyear,escalatingtensionsinNortheastAsia.TheremainsoftheChinesePeople"sVolunteerArmyareareminderofthecrueltyoftheKoreanWar.Atotalofaround197,000Chinesesoldiers,whofoughtintheKoreanWaragainsttheUS-ledforces,sacrificedandmostofthemwereburiedontheKoreanPeninsula,accordingtoreports.Butthepost-warlosseshavegonebeyondcasualties.Thewarwreakedhavoconlocalresourcesandresidents,dividingtheKoreanPeninsulaintotwocountriesthatarevehementlyopposedtoeachother.Peaceinitiativeshaveachievedlimitedprogressafterthe1953armisticeforalackoftrust.ThedefensetreatysignedbyWashingtonandSeoulallowstheUnitedStatesmilitarytobestationedintheROK,pushingtheDemocraticPeople"sRepublicofKoreafurtherawayfromthenegotiationtable.ThatChinaandtheROKmanagedtoupgradetheirrelationstoasatisfactorylevelinjustovertwodecades,ontheotherhand,highlightstheimportanceofstability.Thetwocountriessignedafreetradeagreementtwoyearsago,andChinahasbecometheROK"slargesttradingpartnerandexportdestination.Bytheendoflastyear,ChineseinvestmentintheROKhadalmostdoubledfromfiveyearsago.Culturalandgrassrootsexchanges,too,increasedsignificantlyoverthepastfewyears.ThecomplementarynatureoftheChineseandROKeconomieshasnotonlybroughtbenefitstothetwopeoples,butalsocontributedtoregionalstability.Andthankstotheirrespectforeachother"ssecurityconcernsandadherencetonegotiationsinhandlingtheKoreanPeninsulaissue,BeijingandSeoulforgedastrategicpartnership.ButSeoulrelinquishedthestrategicbalanceapproach;itagreedtodeployTHAADattheriskofestrangingitselffromBeijing,evenprovokingawarinNortheastAsia.TheROKdecision-makers,betheyfromthetransitionalteamorthenewadministrationtobeelectedinMay,shouldnotethatsanctioningtheDPRKhasnotstoppeditfromdevelopingnuclearweapons.GiventhattheUSadministrationunderPresidentDonaldTrumpmaybepreparingtotakeharshermeasures,itisaratherriskymoveforSeoultoexpeditetheinstallationofTHAAD,whichmanyevenintheROKareagainst.Besides,resortingtotheUSanti-missilebatteryfor"self-defense"istechnicallyquestionable,andriskssabotagingthestrategicinterestsofChinaandRussia.ThatishardlywhattheROKwantsfromit.TheauthorisanassociateresearcherattheNortheastAsiaStudiesInstituteatJilinAcademyofSocialSciences.йѧԺʺ־ֳйѧԺϹǿĿ칫鷢

IJȡץֶҪӲһǿͨȡʱ绰¼ⳤиǿȹճɹͳ4·ݷʰ;¼µĽǰչȷijʽҲǽϴı̬YetonSunday,somevisitorstotheparkphotographedmembersofafamilygettingofftheircar,notoncebuttwiceinsidethepark.Witnessessaythefamilyincludedatleastonecouple,aseniorcitizenandtwochildren.Attheinterventionoftheguards,theygotbackintothecarbutonlytogetoffagainandbeingforcedtogetintotheircarasecondtime.AlthoughtheparkannouncedonMondaythatitcanprotectvisitorsfromanyattackbecausetheanimalsaresegregated,thefamily"smovewasstilldangerousasthesecuritysystemisnot100percentfoolproof.What"sworse,theyinviteddangersasvisitorswerebannedfromgettingoffcarsonroadsforfearoftrafficaccidents.Theincidentsparkedfiercediscussionsonline,andmanynetizenscomparedittotwopreviousincidents.OnJuly23lastyear,awomansurnamedZhaowhogotoffhercarintheBadalingWildlifeParkwasdraggedawaybyatiger.Shewasmauledandseriouslyinjuredbythetiger,andhermotherdiedtryingtosaveher.OnJan19thisyear,amanclimbedoverawalltoenterthetigers"enclaveinYoungorZooinNingbo,EastChina"sZhejiangprovince.Themanwaskilledbythetigers,andoneofthetigerswasshotdeadduringtheoperationtorescuehim.Intheprevioustwotragedies,manypeoplesurprisinglydidn"tshowsympathyfortherule-breakers.Andthosenetizensthatcriticizedtherule-breakerssayingtherule-breakersdeservetobepunishedsparkedheateddebates.It"stime,however,thatChinesepeoplekeptinmindtheimportanceofobeyingrules.Whatmanypeopleforgetisthefactthatrule-breakersareanunnecessaryburdenonsociety.Topreventpeoplefromrepeatingthefatalmistakesofthevisitorsofsomevisitors,thewildlifeparkhastopostinnumerableguardsalongtheroads,whichinturnincreasesthepriceoftickets.Inotherwords,ordinaryvisitorshavetopayforthewrongdoingsofafewrule-breakers.Infact,manyadministrativemovesarenecessitatedtopreventafewfrombreakingrules.Mostpeoplepayforthemetroridestheytake.Still,everyonehastogothroughticket-checkingmachinesbecauseafewdonotpaythefare.Thismeansallpassengershavetopayfortheticket-checkingmachinesjustbecausesomecommutersbreaktherules.AftertheTempleofHeavenParkinBeijingstartedprovidingfreetissuepapersinitspublictoiletsaweekago,somemediareportssaidsomevisitorswereseentakinglargenumbersoftissuepapers.Todealwiththeproblem,theparkinstalledamachineinallthetoiletsinsidetheparkovertheweekend,andeveryonehastopassavideotesttogetacertainnumberoftissuepapers.Eveninthiscase,rule-breakers,whoarefewinnumber,haveincreasedthefinancialandsocialcostforall.Onlywhentherelatedauthoritiesdeviseamechanismtocompeltherule-breakerstopayfortheincreaseinmaintenanceandsecuritycostscantheyhelppeoplebetterunderstandtheimportanceofobeyingrules.TheauthorisawriterwithChinaDaily.zhangzhouxiang@chinadaily.com.cnǰ̶ͷҵʼ丸ɥԭƻھϯϷַ30Ԫ칫ҵ

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