Articles by Li Lu

Brief News Review

On Wednesday, the 6. January, crowds of Trump supporters stormed the symbol of democracy in America. The mob pushed into the US Capitol building with violence and caused alarming damage and debris. The deed was the first of its kind in the US history and caused five casualties, among them also a police officer. The indecent storming of the Parliament was welcomed by the silence of Trump. Only under huge amount of criticism and pressure did he give a Video message on Thursday to condemn the riots and to call for an ‘orderly transition of power’. Meanwhile, the message he brought…


UNODC World Wildlife Crime Report 2020

UNODC World Wildlife Crime Report 2020   The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that wildlife crime is a threat not only to the environment and biodiversity, but also to human health.   The World Wildlife Crime Report 2020 launched today by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) emphasizes the threat that wildlife trafficking poses to nature and the biodiversity of the planet. The report highlights the trafficking of some wild species – pangolins, birds, turtles, tigers, bears and many more. When wild animals are poached from their natural habitat, butchered and sold illegally, the potential for transmission of…


The Past and Present of the Xinjiang Separatist Movement

Xinjiang, located at the North-west of China, routes of the ancient silk roads, is a deep inland of vastness and mysteriousness composed of two distinct regions, geographically, historically and ethnically. They are respectively Dzungaria north of the Tianshan Mountains, and the Tarim Basin south of the Tianshan Mountains, currently mainly inhabited by the Uyghurs. The two distinct regions were renamed Xinjiang in 1884, meaning “new frontier,” when both regions were reconquered by the Chinese Qing dynasty after the Dungan revolt (1862–1877). A natural beauty and cultural richness, Xinjiang is a fascinating place of attraction. But in the eyes of some…


“The Oriental Home of Jews” — Ouhai, Wenzhou, China, is now open up for talents at home and overseas! Policy preemptive read! | Global Streaming on this April 12!

At 8:30pm, Beijing Time, April 12 (7:30am, US EST, April 12), Ouhai District, Wenzhou, China, is about to open up for talents from all over the world, handing in with 7 universities, 23 institutes, and all enterprises here. The District welcomes talents of high levels from overseas to select Ouhai and settle down in Ouhai! In China, Ouhai District is hailed as a Top 100 District in Comprehensive Strength, a Top 100 Green Development District, a Top 100 Science and Technology Innovative District, a Top 100 Quality District in Novel Urbanization, the Home of locksets in China, and also the…


UN Secretary-General Statement on Gender-Based Violence and COVID19

  The UN Secretary-General  António Guterres Statement on Gender-Based Violence and COVID19 New York, 5 April 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic is causing untold human suffering and economic devastation around the world. I recently called for an immediate global ceasefire to focus on our shared struggle to overcome the pandemic. I appealed for an end to violence everywhere, now. But violence is not confined to the battlefield. For many women and girls, the threat looms largest where they should be safest. In their own homes. And so I make a new appeal today for peace at home — and in homes…


Information about Short-time Work Module

Following the government measures against the vast spread of COVID-19, thousands of companies in Austria closed down on Monday, the 16th of March, 2020. Within days, more than 130,000 unemployment is reported to AMS (the Office of Labor). What would be the salary by switching to short-time working module during the COVID-19? Are there alternatives? Can I go to AMS (the Office of Labor) during the “General Quarantine” period? Facing countless such questions, the Austrian newspaper “Kronen” gave the answers based on the information offered by the Austrian Workers’ Union Arbeitskammer, the Austrian Chamber of Commerce Wirtschaftskammer and the Office…


Anticipating the Global Elite Recruitment Conference in Ouhai, China

On March 29, 2020, a global elite recruitment conference in Ouhai District, Zhejiang Province of China will be broadcasted live by Wenzhou TV Station. By clicking this link  rtmp://115.238.46.175/test/0319 , you will be able to watch the vidoes of Ouhai City Image (in Chinese and English) as well as Introduction of 35 Ouhai Talent New Measures (in Chinese and English) on that very day. The press conference will also introduce the “Longji Project” of high-level overseas talents, broadcast congratulatory videos of the ambassadors for recruiting talents in Germany, the United States and Japan, release “capital recruiting” activities, sign a batch…


Enjoy Yinzhou 2020, A Global Attraction

The Global Talent Introduction Conference was held despite of the COVID-19 situation on March 15, 2020, with its venue in Yinzhou District, Ningbo City, China. The event was divided into four parts, including issuing a gathering order, initiating the cloud recruitment meeting for high-end talents, signing cloud contracts, as well as launching a new round of talent introduction seminars. Enjoy the video of “Yinzhou 2020, A Global Attraction” (in Chinese language)!


Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the People’s Republic of China

  Today, the celebrations for the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China is held at the Tian’anmen Square in Beijing. The magnificent military parade is divided into four major categories: aerial flag bearing units, infantry formations, military hardware and aircraft, according to China Daily. The showcase includes around 15,000 military personnel, 160 aircraft, 580 military hardware, 59 formations and joint military band in total, making it the biggest military parade in recent history. For the 15 infantry formations, troopers march in square formations representing various branches of the military, including researchers, female soldiers, military reserves,…


A Brief Look into Professor Dr. Johann Günther’s New Book „Changes in a Generation”

How to reflect on the last decades? Professor Dr. Johann Günther’s new book „Changes in a Generation” (German original: “Veränderungen in einer Generation“, Freya, 2019) is offering the reader a wide range of answers with essays by 35 authors from 15 countries in different fields, including science, culture, business and politics. Writers, artists, philosophers, musicians, theologians, journalists, managers and technicians all had their say in the book. But it was not just the professional backgrounds that gave the colorful picture and unique touch for this retrospective book, Professor Güntherstressed, it was the authors with different cultural backgrounds who opened the…