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loped have gained rapid acceptance among buyers, who have placed a steadily growing number of orders.
While Bai has seen other products on the internet that imitate his works, he doesn’t mind. “At least I am leading the industry,” he said.
Taiwan ethnic Puyuma singer-songwriter Hu De-fu, better known as Ara Kimbo, will give a concert, enti
tled The Call of the Valley, in Beijing’s Tianqiao Performing Arts Center on August 2, featu
ring some of his best known songs, including In a Flash and Wind from the Pacific Ocean. The songs to be performed du
ring the concert will feature new arrangements and be combined with poems written by Taiwan poets.
The 70-year-old folk singer-songwriter is known as the “Father of Taiwan Folk Music”. He started his music career dur
ing the 1960s and released his debut album, entitled Sky High Mountain Blues, at 54, which became a top seller in Taiwan.
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The much-anticipated two-day European Union summit ended on Friday with no progress
toward filling the institutions’ top jobs and no consensus on ambitious net-zero greenhouse gas emission target by 2050.
A crisis summit has been scheduled for June 30 in order to fill the posts before the new European Parl
iament meets in Strasbourg, France, on July 2. Meanwhile, most EU leaders attending the
G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, for from June 28 to 29 are expected to hold informal talks on their own issues.
Shada Islam, director of Europe and Geopolitics at Brussels-based Friends of Europe, said she hop
es for a quick decision on the EU leadership. “If they keep postponing and are not so decisive, I thin
k we are sending a wrong message to Europeans and to the rest of the world,” she said on Friday.
Institutes for In上海419论坛品茶微信ternational Studies, said the Xi-Trump meeting will undoubtedly be in the spotlight during the G20 Summit.
Chen said that long-lasting trade friction has led to downside risk for the Chinese economy, and a negative impact also looms over the US economy.
The International Monetary Fund warned earlier this month that US-China tariffs tha
t have been implemented or proposed could cut global economic output by 0.5 percent, or $455 billion, in 2020.
The Xi-Trump meeting will help ease tensions between Beijing and Washington in trade disputes, Zhou said. “You can
‘t expect the meeting to resolve the trade issue, but it will inject impetus into trade talks,” he added.
Stephen Roach, a faculty member at Yale University and a former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, said in the Preview Policy
Report for the G20 Osaka Summit that resolution is possible, but it won’t be easy in the current climate.
Two beluga whal上海会所品茶微信es have landed safely in Iceland, where they will live out their days in a whale sanctuary.
The pair, Little Grey and Little White, who had spent years in captivity as performers at the Changfeng Ocean World in Shangh
ai, were flown to the other side of the world in specially made slings and containers that were designed to their exact physical requirements.
The two 12-year-old female whales journeyed 9,223 kilometers,
including the flight from Shanghai Pudong International Airport to Iceland’s Keflavik
International Airport and trips by truck and ferry, to end up at their new home in a natural bay on Heimaey, one of the
Westman Islands, located off the southern coast of Iceland. They arrived on Wednesday.
Andy Bool, head of Sea Life Trust, said: “We’re absolutely delighted Littl
e Grey and Little White have safely touched down in Iceland. This is a complex but insp
iring project and we’ve been working with the whales for months, helping to prepare them for traveling to their new home.”