National security legislation for HKSAR enables better development: Cyberport chairman

The chairman of Cyberport, Dr. Lee George Lam, said that the establishment of a sound legal system and enforcement mechanism to safeguard national security in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) will ensure the stability of Hong Kong. People should grasp the opportunity to live and develop better.#2020TwoSessions Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA … Read more National security legislation for HKSAR enables better development: Cyberport chairman

UN Chief: “Little progress on the protection of civilians made” – Security Council Open VTC Briefing

Opening remarks by António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations on the protection of civilians in armed conflicts, during the Security Council Open VTC. “(…) I repeat my call to States to develop national frameworks to strengthen the protection of civilians in armed conflict. States must also ensure accountability through strengthened efforts to prevent serious … Read more UN Chief: “Little progress on the protection of civilians made” – Security Council Open VTC Briefing

China’s Post Pandemic Economy with Justin Yifu Lin

China-U.S. relations, global cooperation against the pandemic and other regional security issues have topped this year’s agenda at the Two Sessions. Some say relations between China and the U.S. are reaching their nadir. But others are confident that the two sides will pull through, with the phase one trade deal signed. Justin Yifu Lin explains … Read more China’s Post Pandemic Economy with Justin Yifu Lin

Ask China: How does China protect the rights of 1.4 billion people?

How does China protect the rights of 1.4 billion people? How did China’s human rights protection develop over the past decades? What efforts have been made to finalize the country’s long-expected civil code? What new laws on human rights protection can we expect at #2020TwoSessions? Watch the new episode of #AskChina to get these answers. … Read more Ask China: How does China protect the rights of 1.4 billion people?

Study links drug Trump touted to greater risk of death

Seriously ill Covid-19 patients treated with hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine were more likely to die or develop dangerous heart arrhythmias, according to a large observational study published Friday in the medical journal The Lancet. Researchers looked at data from more than 96,000 Covid-19 patients from 671 hospitals. All were hospitalized from late December to mid-April and … Read more Study links drug Trump touted to greater risk of death

Come Together: China’s progress in building a law-based government

According to the latest World Bank Doing Business 2020 report, China has topped the world in terms of the quality of its judicial process. In 2019, the number of registered criminal cases in China dropped by 4.1 percent. The caseload in eight categories of serious violent crimes also fell by 10.3 percent, making China one … Read more Come Together: China’s progress in building a law-based government

Li: Advance reforms to promote market-based allocation of production factors

Premier Li Keqiang said on the third session of the 13th National People’s Congress (NPC) on Friday that China will support enterprises of all sizes in pursuing development through collaboration with each other, and develop platform economy and sharing economy. #2020TwoSessions Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 … Read more Li: Advance reforms to promote market-based allocation of production factors

U.S. deployed over 200 military biological laboratories across the world

The United States has deployed more than 200 military biological laboratories across the world. Among them, more than 30 have been exposed. The rest are hidden in unknown places. Do these laboratories develop biological and chemical weapons? Or use lethal viruses and bacteria? What’s the true purpose of these biological laboratories? Subscribe to us on … Read more U.S. deployed over 200 military biological laboratories across the world

Not a cure-all | Politicians concerned over COVID-19 tracking apps’ data security

The world’s tech giants are engaged in a race to develop apps that would help track the spread of the virus. But European politicians are concerned about the risk of people’s personal data being leaked. Subscribe to RT! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpwvZwUam-URkxB7g4USKpg?sub_confirmation=1 RT LIVE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFAcqaNzNSc Check out http://rt.com Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on VK https://vk.com/rt_international … Read more Not a cure-all | Politicians concerned over COVID-19 tracking apps’ data security

MVVM and the Swift Type System

The series of video lectures given to Stanford University students in Spring of 2020 continues with a conceptual overview of the architectural paradigm underlying the development of applications for iOS: MVVM. In addition a key concept in the Swift Programming Language, its type system, is explained. The Memorize demonstration continues, incorporating MVVM. It is impossible … Read more MVVM and the Swift Type System

China’s Virus Vaccine Will Be Global Public Good, Xi Says

China will make its coronavirus vaccine a global public good once one is available, President Xi Jinping told the World Health Organization’s governing body. Xi’s comments come amid growing concern that countries will put national interests first in the quest for a protective shot, seen as the key to getting economies moving again. The WHO is pushing a … Read more China’s Virus Vaccine Will Be Global Public Good, Xi Says

BREAKING: UK plans to roll out vaccine by fall if trials succeed as COVID-19 deaths rise by 170

The Business Secretary has outlined plans to develop a vaccine as coronavirus-related deaths have increased to 34,636 in the UK. In the daily coronavirus briefing, Alok Sharma said if trials of Oxford’s vaccine are successful, AstraZeneca will work to make 30 million doses available to the UK by September. He said another £93m will be … Read more BREAKING: UK plans to roll out vaccine by fall if trials succeed as COVID-19 deaths rise by 170

Top adviser warns China vulnerable to second wave

China still faces the “big challenge” of a potential second wave of Covid-19 infections, the country’s top respiratory authority has warned, with the lack of immunity among the community a serious concern as the race to develop a vaccine continues. CNN’s David Culver has the exclusive interview with Dr. Zhong Nanshan. #CNN #News #cnni #worldnews