In October 2018, police launched raids in the cities of Guangzhou, Guilin, Nanning and Yulin, capturing 55 major members of the pyramid selling group and seizing more than 700 million yuan worth of funds and assets.
In Urumqi, capital of the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, another epidemic hot spot, newly confirmed cases continued to grow. The city reported 57 locally transmitted infections on Monday, raising total infections to almost 400 since the July 15 outbreak. In addition, there were 11 asymptomatic cases.
In March, CMST and Henry Bath will together open a new warehouse in Shanghai, which supports China's growing commodities trade with economies in the Belt and Road area.
In October 2013, Peking University cooperated with the Beijing Shanshui Conservation Center to give training in ecosystem monitoring to herdsmen in Yunta village, in Qinghai's Yushu Tibetan autonomous prefecture.
In May 2014, it appeared that Google?was the top bidder?for?live-streaming gaming service Twitch, beating out Microsoft for the three-year-old company. But Amazon stepped in at the last minute to scoop Twitch up for a cool 0 million, surprising many.
In March, the company OrigiMed filed a patent application with the Pudong center for its product's key technology. The application went through the quick review channel on March 29 after the pre-qualification process. OrigiMed was informed of the patent approval on June 6.
In November, there was a pretrial meeting for a separate lawsuit in Beijing Railway Transport Court. Thirty-seven cases related to the missing flight were ready to be heard.
In March, the Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON) and Chinese for Affirmative Action (CAA) in California jointly launched a reporting center to allow community members to report incidents of hate that they have experienced.
In March, The Wall Street Journal reported Musk had launched a company through which computers could participate in links with human brains.
In November, Amazon announced it would split its vaunted “HQ2” between two locations: Washington D.C. and New York. Almost immediately, New Yorkers began protesting the lack of transparency in the bidding process and fretting over the impact Amazon will have in its future Queens neighborhood.