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2018-11-28

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.һ׮ǰչڱչ7˱̰ܻߣһơơл߷粨ȻͬκһֲܹϵΪ˻

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פŸʹϵձʾܲȡκƲãʶη壬зȷ˵ĵһ޼ʵChinahasthelargestlaborforceintheworld.However,manyenterprisescomplainaboutalackofskilledworkers,especiallyseniortechnicians.Itisaproblemthathasattractedtheattentionofthecentralleadership.In2014,theStateCouncil,China"sCabinet,calledforthestructureofhighereducationtobeoptimizedsothatvocationaleducationaccountedformorethanhalfofthetotal.Italsosetthegoalofstudentsatmiddlevocationalschoolsreaching23.5millionby2020.However,thatcallwentunheeded.Accordingtoofficialdata,thenumberoffreshstudentsformiddlevocationalschoolsnationwidewas6millionin2015,or185,100fewerthan2014.Thenumberofstudentsstudyinginmiddlevocationalschoolswas16.56million,almost1millionfewerthan2014.Inotherwords,vocationaleducationdeclineddespitetheencouragementoftheauthorities.Thatshouldarouseourconcern.Itislowpayandthelowsocialstatusoftechniciansthathaspreventedfamiliesfromsendingtheirchildrentoattendvocationalschools.Asaresult,technicalworkasaprofessionhasnotimproved,andthepayremainslow.Inordertobreakthisviciouscircle,therearetwothingsthatmustbedone.First,theauthoritieshavetofurtherequalizetheeducationsystemsothatthosereceivingvocationaleducationdonotfeelinferior.Currentlyonlythosestudentswhofailtogethighenoughscorestoentercollegeswillchoosevocationalcolleges,andthisphenomenonmustbechanged.Second,moreresourcesmustbeinvestedinvocationalschools.Forlong,vocationalschoolswerebusyattractingstudents,butforgottobuilduptheiradvantages;asaresult,vocationalschoolgraduatesareoftentreatedascheaplaborbyenterprises.Itistimeformoregovernmentinvestmentinvocationalschools,sothattheycangetenoughqualifiedteachersandchangetheirstatus.(α༭)йƾתشĿڴݸϢĹ۵

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Athousand-year-oldpagodainCentralChina"sHenanprovincehasstartedonitslargest-scalerenovationsince1949,saidlocalofficialsonTuesday.Thenine-storyoctangularpagoda,intheWuhuaTempleofYiyangcountyinLuoyangcity,stands37.2meterstallandfeaturescarvingsofbuddhasandgiants.AccordingtotheYiyangcountyannals,thepagodawasbuiltintheSongDynasty(960-1279),butsomeoftheconstructionmaterialsdatefromtheTangDynasty(618-907).Overtime,theotherpartsofthetemplecomplexweredestroyed,leavingjusttheWuhuaTemple.Thepagodahasalsotiltedoverthecenturies,leadinglocalstojokinglycallit"Luoyang"sTowerofPisa"."Duetothelackofrepair,itwasleaning,andsomeofthestonesweremissingorweatheredaway,"saidHuoXiaofeng,headoftheculturalrelicsmanagementofficeofYiyang."Theroofeavesespeciallywereseriouslydamaged."Therenovationisexpectedtobecompletedattheendoftheyear.ýǿǿýں϶ɵʽýΪ崴죬ǾǿĴӰҲӵо߱߶ʱԺԵı༭߶飬ܵഫӰ죬ƽĶ϶࣬˼Ⱥרҵݻ·͸ԣձһֱڲѰͻսϵơ

AjobseekerfillsupanapplicationformatajobfairinWenxiancounty,Henanprovince.[XuHongxing/ForChinaDaily]Astheeconomyhasenteredintoaphaseofre-balancingfromemergingtomoresustainableandinclusivegrowth,whichiscalledthenewnormal,theChineselabormarketmightalsobefacedwithnewchallenges.Totalpopulationoftheworkingagehasshownnegativegrowthsince2011,whichmeanssupplyanddemandtendstobemorebalanced.Thisnaturallyleadstolesscompetitionwithinthelabormarketingeneral,whilefocusneedstobeonsolvingproblemsofemploymentstructureandfrictionalunemployment.Frictionalunemploymentisanacademicdefinitionmeaningwhenworkersleavetheirjobstofindbetterones.It"susuallyavoluntaryexit,butcanalsooccurfromalayofforterminationwithcause.Thetime,effortandexpensesittakestheworkertofindanewjobiscalledfriction.Whilethisfrictionproblemmightbeamorecommondifficultyamongbothauthoritiesandemployees,withthedeepeningofreformandadjustmentofeconomicstructureprocessingcomprehensively,attentionisneededrelatingtothreeaspectsofemploymentcontradiction:First,withthestructuralreformcontinuing,dealingwithover-capacityindustriesandshuttingdownzombiecompaniesnaturallyleadstoproblemsofstructuralandfrictionalunemploymentforemployeesintheseareas.Forexample,someworkersmightbenotbeabletomeetnewrequirementswhentransferringtonewpositions,letaloneinsomeruralareas,whenpoorerfarmersmaystrugglewiththelackofnecessaryworkskillsorqualifications.Second,forsomepartsofthepopulation,theimprovementofemploymentqualityiscriticallyindemand.Thispopulationreferstoflexibleemployees,especiallymigrantworkers,whichaccountsfor36percentoftotalurbanemployment,butonly40percentofthemhavesignedlaborcontracts.Theycantfullyenjoypublicservicesandtheirparticipationinsocialsecurityprogramshavealowrate.Manyofthemhavestrongmotivationtocomebacktoruralareasassoonastheyareover40yearsold.Thisisadangeroussignofurbanizationsreverse,whichwouldfurtherworsenthelaborshortage.Third,newpatternsofemploymentsuchasinformalemploymentareincreasing,whichwouldchallengethetraditionallaborrightsprotectionsystemthatusuallysecurestheserightsbasedontheworkunit.Howtobroadenthebenefitcoverageforinformalemployeesisanissuethatbothersmanycountriesaroundtheworld.Measurestotacklethechallengescanalsobefocusedintothreeareas:First,policiesshouldbebetterformulatedtoachieveadelicatebalancebetweenlabormarketflexibilityandthelaborsecuritysystem.Workersneedtobeencouragedtolearnmoreprofessionalskills,andatthesametimeenterprisesshouldallocatesocialresourcesinthemostefficientway,whichcombinedcanimprovesocialproductivity.Forexample,reformofthehouseholdregistrationsystemshouldbemovedforward,reasonablemeasurescouldbetakentoguidethefarmpopulationflowintocities,whichwoulddefinitelyincreaselaborsupply.InstitutionalimprovementsliketheLaborLawamendmentarealsoneeded,tobetterprotectemployeesrights.Second,measuresinthelongrunshouldbefocusingonhumanresourceeducationandcultivation.Asmanyteenagersusuallytendtogiveupstudyingandenterthelabormarketatveryyoungage,theyaredestinedtostrugglecopingwithemploymentfluctuationinthefuture.Soacomprehensiveeducationalandtrainingsystemcoveringtheentiresocietyandallagerangesisvitallyindemand,especiallytoimproveworkersinnovationandemploymentskills.Third,ononehand,thestructuralreformneedstokeeppushingforward,whileontheotherhand,socialpoliciesneedtobeusedasaguaranteeforresidentsbasicstandardofliving.Sothepublicemploymentservicesystemshouldbeimproved,inordertoreducethetimeitcoststheunemployedtofindanotherjob.Andatthesametime,trytobreakinequalityofthecurrentsocialsecuritypublicservicessystem,whicharedividedbyruralandurbanareas,industries,identityandsexuality.Inoneword,alltheresidentscouldbenefitfromthereformsachievement.Confidencefromthepublicfortheauthoritytotackletheemploymentissueshouldbestrengthened;solidprogresshasbeengraduallyobtainedinrecentyears.In2016,100billionyuanofspecialfundstocompensateemployeesincuttingover-capacityindustrieswereallocatedfromthegovernment,andpoliciesaimedatmakingtheentrepreneurshipenvironmentmorelivelyhavealsoseenfruitfulachievements.WuZheyusre-writefromCaiFangsopinionarticlepublishedonPeoplesDaily.1994꣬ơƳͶ޹˾(¼ơͶ˾)ꡣһ⽻Ϣͨʿӡ֤ƣշʷ䵼鱨ձȴţ뵱ǰϵοŮ뽩йء

˾йŵ衢޷ҲһӡµȻȻ̣˲⡣WhileChina"sbike-sharingmarketisboomingascompetitorsbattleitout,somecities"curbsidesarealreadyoverloadedwiththecolorfulselectionofbicycles,orworse,damagedonesthatnoonecanuse.BigData-Researchsaidsharedbicyclesserved19millionpeopleinChinabytheendoflastyear.OfoCEODaiWeitoldXinhuaNewsAgencythisMarchthatthecompany"s15millionusersin40citieshadcompleted200millionrides.Therelativelyhighusageratemakesasharedbicyclemorevulnerablethanaprivatebicycle,nottomentiondamagecausedbyvandalism.LiZhifu,arepairmanworkingforbike-sharingcompanyBluegogoinChengdu,Sichuanprovince,toldChengduBusinessDailyonMarch13thathefixes60to70sharedbicycleseverydayandthenumberoncerosetomorethan100.HiscolleagueYuYipingsaidthedamage,normallydividedintophysicaldamageandelectronicdamage,areusuallycausedbyfairwearandtearorpeople"sbadbehavior.Yuhasevenrepairedsharedbicyclesthathavebeenpulledoutofariver,burnt,orhadtheirlockspriedopen."Damagetosharedbicyclesareinevitablebecauseofthehighusagerate,butitiswrongtovandalizethem.Ihopeeveryonecanmakeproperuseofthemandcreatemoreconvenienceforothers,"Yusaid.BigData-Researchsaidthenumberofsharedbikeusersisexpectedtoreach50millionthisyear.Users"badbehaviorisstilldifficulttoregulateatpresent.

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YetonSunday,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.cnɡ׸ȫݿ⣬桶׼ɡīӴȫձƣ֮ǰѡΪѡίԱ縣ѡί26ѡپʱּʹͶƱȨΪ׸ͶƱѡ׵ʿ

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