When you’re an online retail giant, every second that your website stays inaccessible means thousands of dollars out the virtual door.
When the couple married three years ago, they moved into an apartment owned by Luo's father-in-law in Changping, 56 kilometers from his workplace.
When President Xi Jinping was filmed enjoying a pint of ale with then British prime minister David Cameron during Xi’s state visit in 2015, consumers in China wanted the same and UK beer exports rocketed.
When the national anthem rings out, all got up from their seats and sang along with their compatriots in Beijing. They also cheered and applauded as the mighty troops and weapons appeared on screen, Zhang said.
When the new academic year begins, every student in Yichang city, Hubei province, from preschool to high school, will receive a special textbook about ecological issues.
When it comes to AI painting, a neural network that goes by the acronym GAN plays a key role. GAN, which stands for generative adversarial network, creates the image pixel by pixel. Like any other artist or designer, it produces both broad strokes and fine details in layers.
Whenever Lin is unsure about which of the four trash categories－recyclable, hazardous waste, kitchen waste and residual waste－something she needs to discard belongs to, she opens the account, types in the object and receives a definitive answer.
While US President Donald Trump fights with Congress for money to build a wall on the southern border with Mexico to stop what he calls an "onslaught" of illegal immigrants, he has told 85,000 immigrants in the US who hold H-1B work visas that "changes are soon coming which will bring both simplicity and certainty" to their status in the United States, "including a potential path to citizenship".
Whether the two will hold a joint news conference after the talks－which experts believe will occur if the two leaders reach a satisfactory deal－is a possibility being keenly monitored by international media outlets.
When the new policy takes effect on Nov 1, China's overall tariffs for all categories combined will plummet from an average of 9.8 percent in 2017 to 7.5 percent this year. [Photo/Agencies]