The Organizational Department of Taizhou Municipal Committee of Jiangsu
Province issued the No. 1 “Announcement of L
eading Cadres before assuming office” in 2019, announcing the information of 16 cadres who will be promoted and reused.
Some local people reported to the surging news that, according to the public information, a cadre
named “Kong Yuan” had participated in the work at the age of 13. This matter has also become a hot topic in Taizhou.
According to public information, a cadre named Kong Yuan took part in the work at the age of 13. Kong Yuan is currently the director of the
waterway management department of Taizhou City, and is proposed to be the Deputy cadre of the municipal units directly under Taizhou City.
According to public information, Kong Yuan, born in Xinghua, Jiangsu Province, was born in January 1963 and
worked in October 1976. According to this calculation, Kong Yuan took part in the work at the age of 13.
On January 12, Kong Yuan told Peng Mei News by telephone, “My resume is all right and can stand scrutiny.” He said
that, according to his understanding, no one had reported his problems before, and he did not pay
attention to the relevant public opinion. “Specific description is based on the Organizational Department of the
Municipal Committee”. Hang up the phone as soon as you finish.
In response to questions from the outside world, the Organizational Department of the Taizhou Municipal Committee responded in the early
morning of December 12 that “the organizational recognition of their working hours was in October 1976”.
The Organizational Department of the Taizhou Municipal Committee explained that Comrade Kong Yuan joined the Xinghua Acrobatic
Troupe in October 1976. According to the relevant documents, it is stipulated that
“when professional literary and artistic workers and athletes under th
e age of 16 are recruited by literary and artistic institutions, their working hours can be determined after approval by the
labour administrative departments at or above the county level.” “For other cases under the age of 16,
we should respect history, seek truth from facts, complete procedures and reasonable procedures, which can be
confirmed according to actual working hours.”
At 3:35 on January 2, 2019, Gu Fangzhou, a famous medical scientist and virologist who developed a “sugar pill” vaccine to eradicate polio in
China and former president and first-class professor of Peking Union Medical College of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences,
died in Beijing at the age of 92 because of ineffective treatment. On the afternoon of January 6, Mr. Gu
Fangzhou’s Memorial Meeting was held at Peking Union Medical College, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences.
Recalling the past
My father took me for a “trial”
Gu Fangzhou devoted his efforts to the prevention and treatment of poliomyelitis, and ultimately helped to achieve the complete eradication of poliomyelitis in China and maintain a long-term polio-free state. Gu Fangzhou used Gu Lidong, his eldest son, who had just completed a full moon, to test the vaccine during the clinical trial period. “I have no complaints about my father’s decision at that time.” “Polio eradication is the father’s lifelong wish,” he said. “Although as his children, we did not inherit his bowl, but I was pleased to have been able to participate in the experiment.
Gu Lidong told Beijing Youth Daily that during the “drug test”, his father kept his mother’s secret. “But when he made this decision, he must have thought it over carefully. They had done a lot of animal experiments at that time, and the Father himself had a personal test. In my opinion, on the one hand, it is his confidence in his scientific research achievements, on the other hand, it is also due to the sense of mission and dedication of the older generation of scientists.
“Father’s life for a big thing, to do a big thing, is to eradicate polio. My family often recalls my father’s life and work. Recently, we have seen many reports about my father’s deeds, which makes us proud.
Chat about work
It’s normal to study late into the night.
On the spot of the memorial meeting, Gu Lidong also recalled a small incident in his childhood. He said that mothers also learn about viruses. “At that time, the responsibility of taking care of my brother’s sleeping at night fell on me. On one occasion, the biology institute’s canteen showed a movie, which was my favorite “Tunnel War”. After coaxing my brother to sleep early, I sneaked out to watch the movie. Halfway through, the radio suddenly shouted, “Gu Lidong, please come to the gate.” In the past, when my brother woke up and my parents and I weren’t around, he came to the gate to look for us. Only then did I realize that it was late at night and that my father and mother were still working hard in the laboratory.
Gu Lidong said that working late into the night was the norm in their childhood. “They’re all in the sterile room. The procedures for entering and leaving are very complicated, so it’s very difficult for them to get out when they go in.”
Talk about family style
Strictly Administering Schools and Families
Gu Lidong recalled that his father not only governed his school strictly, but also his family strictly. When we lived in Dongjiao Minxiang, there was a big table at home. The father held parents’meetings for the children from time to time. “We should reflect on the lack of learning and morality.”
Gu Fangzhou is the kindest father to his eldest son Gu Liedong. “For his mother, he is a good husband, and for the younger generation, he is a good teacher and friend.”
Gu Lidong mentioned that his father enjoyed taking pictures before he died, and took many pictures of his mother and their siblings in his spare time.
After Mr. Gu Fangzhou’s death, his family received many condolences from his
former colleagues and students. Gu Lidong said: “Because they are both
medical students, mothers are psychologically prepared for their father’s death, and now they are more concerned
with their father’s aftermath.” Gu Lidong said that before his father died, he had
given some instructions to his children. “He said that he hoped we could be down-to-earth and do things steadily, and also told us to take good care of our mothers.”
Whether the title of the play is known or not, the leading actor Zhao Liying is ranked one or two on the microblog hot search list, and the four websites have the first real-time viewing in China at the same time.
“Do you know if it should be green, fat, red and thin” which was selected for the Christmas broadcast won the audience’s popularity.
”Know whether or not it should be green, fat, red and thin”, adapted from the novel of the same name, through
telling the growth story of Ming Lan (Zhao Liying), a girl from
the official family in the Northern Song Dynasty, unfolds a picture of life from a boudoir girl to Hou Men’s mother, and deduces the prosperity of a house.
This drama is also the first co-operative TV drama broadcast after Zhao Liying and Feng Shaofeng got married. When filming, it was
still a couple’s Feng Ying, whose strong affection and honey could not be hidden. Director Zhang Kai-zeu once revealed that “they are acting like they live.”
But even without the news, Xiao Feijun believed that the play would be very hot.
Actors are all acting schools. Actors Zhao Liying, Feng Shaofeng and Zhu Yilong need not say much. Even children
actors are in a bad stage. Lin Xiaoniang, who is higher in Bill Qing’s section, makes every audience itch with hate.
”Quality Assurance” noon sunshine also failed to live up to public expectations, the scriptwriter pulled Zeng Lu and Wu Tong from “Zhangsha”. Art
also seeks truth to the greatest extent possible. In order to make the light on the
of candlelight in night play has triggered great discussion.
And the filming crew that pays so much attention to details naturally takes the scenery very attentively. After many geological prospecting, the filming crew
finally selected this small county town in Zhejiang Province:
This is the starting point of the Tang Poetry Road in eastern Zhejiang Province. Xie Lingyun’s “high into the clouds”
mood, Du Fu’s “can’t forget” grief, Li Bai’s “sleepwalking grandmother’s farewell”
magnificence, Bai Juyi’s “Wozhou grandmother is the eyebrow” beauty can be seen everywhere.
Full of ancient charm and chivalrous spirit make it a well-known location in the industry, “Biography of Heroes in Archery”, “Laughter Ao Jianghu”, “Eight Sections of Tianlong”, “
Swordsmen in Divine Sculpture”… Many of Jin Yong’s adapted films and TV works
have been filmed here. In recent years, the fire of “Lang Ya Bang”, “Flowers and Bones”, “Embroidered Spring Knife 2″… I also came here to shoot.
Ancient Bridge, Ancient Street, Ancient Village, Ancient Town… Sitting in the mountains for a day doesn’t feel like time is running out.
Many ancient skills are still here, singing Xinchang tune on the stage, the old people gathered to play ten times of ancient music, playing the traditional story of Dongming bag puppet show so that children can not turn their eyes.
From the late Ming Dynasty to the early Qing Dynasty, the ancient method of brewing by burning grains was introduced into the throat, and the soft and mellow fragrance no longer remembered the sorrows and sorrows of the world.
One day, as they fled, a rider came galloping through the woods on a gaunt white horse, shouting that they all should make for the Milkwater, that the Weeper was
gathering warriors to cross the Bridge of Skulls and take the Shadow Tower. Many followed him; more did not. Later, a dour warrior in fur and amber went from
cookfire to cookfire, urging all the survivors to head north and take refuge in the valley of the Thenns. Why he thought they would be safe there when the Thenns
themselves had fled the place Varamyr never learned, but hundreds followed him. Hundreds more went off with the woods witch who’d had a vision of a fleet of ships
coming to carry the free folk south. “We must seek the sea,” cried Mother Mole, and her followers turned east.
Simultaneously with the sound of peppering bullets came a furious string of oaths. A second figure leaped from the corner of the old building and then the gun spoke
again. This time, amid the hail of small bullets came a muffled cry of pain, subdued curses, and a swift scrambling of two pairs of feet taking their owners helter-skelter
from the vicinity. From a distance came the roar of a motor thrown open quickly somewhere down the road, a clutch released as if by frantic hands, then an automobile in motion, but moving slowly.
“Nipped them,” Dad declared with satisfaction.
“Wish you could have done more than that,” Roberta said without any compunction.
43 “At any rate, they are frightened away. Turn on the lights, Mother, please, and we’ll do some investigating.” Mrs. Langwell pressed the switches which immediately
illuminated the whole house, and the sounds of shouts came from the home of the nearest neighbors. This was taken up by other persons, while someone on a motorcycle
seemed to turn
as if giving
Perot brought to NeXT something that was almost as valuable as his $20 million lifeline: He was a quotable, spirited cheerleader for the company, who could lend it an air of credibility among grown-ups. “In terms of a startup
company, it’s one that carries the least risk of any I’ve seen in 25 years in the computer industry,” he told the New York Times. “We’ve had some
sophisticated people see the hardware—it blew them away. Steve and his whole NeXT team are the darnedest bunch of perfectionists I’ve ever seen.”
Perot also traveled in rarefied social and business circles that complemented Jobs’s own. He took Jobs to a black-tie dinner dance in San Francisco that Gordon and Ann Getty gave for King Juan Carlos I of Spain. When the king
asked Perot whom he should meet, Perot immediately produced Jobs. They were soon engaged in what Perot later described as “electric conversation,” with Jobs animatedly describing the next wave in computing. At the end the
king scribbled a note and handed it to Jobs. “What happened?” Perot asked. Jobs answered, “I sold him a computer.”
These and other stories were incorporated into the mythologized story of Jobs that Perot told wherever he went. At a briefing at the National Press Club in Washington, he spun Jobs’s life story into a Texas-size yarn about a young man
so poor he couldn’t afford to go to college, working in his garage at night, playing with computer chips, which was his hobby, and his dad—who looks like a character out of a Norman Rockwell painting—comes in one day and
said, “Steve, either make something you can sell or go get a job.” Sixty days later, in a wooden box that his dad made for him, the first Apple
computer was created.
And this high school
changed the world.
It took Rand just two weeks. He flew back to deliver the result to Jobs at his Woodside house. First they had dinner, then Rand handed him an elegant and vibrant booklet that described his thought process. On the final spread, Rand presented the logo he had chosen. “In its design, color arrangement, and
orientation, the logo is a study in contrasts,” his booklet proclaimed. “Tipped at a jaunty angle, it brims with the informality, friendliness, and spontaneity of a Christmas seal and the authority of a rubber stamp.” The word “next” was
split into two lines to fill the square face of the cube, with only the “e” in lowercase. That letter stood out, Rand’s booklet explained, to connote “education, excellence . . . e = mc2.”
of options to consider, Rand declared that he did not create different options for clients. “I will solve your problem, and you will pay me,” he told Jobs. “You can use what I produce, or not, but I will not do options, and either way you will pay me.”
Apple’s stock went up a full point, or almost 7%, when Jobs’s resignation was announced. “East Coast stockholders always worried about California flakes running the company,” explained the editor of a tech stock newsletter. “Now with both Wozniak and Jobs out, those shareholders are relieved.” But Nolan
Bushnell, the Atari founder who had been an amused mentor ten years earlier, told Time that Jobs would be badly missed. “Where is Apple’s inspiration going to come from? Is Apple going to have all the romance of a new brand of Pepsi?”
After a few days of failed efforts to reach a settlement with Jobs, Sculley and the Apple board decided to sue him “for breaches of fiduciary obligations.” The suit spelled out his alleged transgressions:
Notwithstanding his fiduciary obligations to Apple, Jobs, while serving as the Chairman of Apple’s Board of Directors and an officer of Apple and pretending loyalty to the interests of Apple . . .
(a) secretly planned the formation of an enterprise to compete with Apple;
(b) secretly schemed that his competing enterprise would wrongfully take advantage of and utilize Apple’s plan to design, develop and
market the Next
Generation Product . . .
(c) secretly lured away key
employees of Apple.
the people bowed low to the ground to express their thanks. Che Zhou, General of the Flying Cavalry, was given command of Xuzhou for the moment.
After the army had arrived at the capital, rewards were granted to all the officers who had been in the expedition. Liu Bei was retained in the capital, lodging in an annex to the Prime Minister’s palace.
Next day a court was held, and Cao Cao memorialized the services of Liu Bei who was presented to Emperor Xian. Dressed in court robes, Liu Bei bowed at the lower end of the audience arena. The Emperor called him to the Hall and asked his ancestry.
[e] Reigned BC 157-141.
Liu Bei replied, “Thy servant is the son of Liu Hong, grandson of Liu Xiong, who was a direct descendant of Prince Sheng of Zhongshan, who was the son of His Majesty the Emperor Jing*.”
the Emperor bade them bring forth the Books of the Genealogies, and therefrom a secretary read：
“Liu Jing the Filial Emperor begot fourteen sons of whom the seventh was Liu Sheng, Prince of Zhongshan. Sheng begot Liu Zhen, Lord of Luchang. Zhen begot Liu Ang, Lord of Pei. Ang begot Liu Lu, Lord of Zhang. Lu begot Liu Lian, Lord of Yishui. Lian begot Liu Ying, Lord of Qinyang. Ying begot Liu Jian, Lord of Anguo. Jian begot Liu Ai, Lord of Guangling. Ai begot Liu Xia, Lord of Jiaoshui. Xia begot Liu Shu, Lord of Zuyi. Shu begot Liu Yi, Lord of Qiyang. Yi begot Liu Bi, Lord of Yuanze. Bi begot Liu Da, Lord of Yingchuan. Da begot Liu Buyi, Lord of Fengling. Buyi begot Liu Hui, Lord of Jichuan. Hui begot Liu Xiong, Governor of Zhuo. Xiong begot Liu Hong, who held no office or rank； and Liu Bei is his son.”
the Emperor compared this with the registers of the Imperial House and found by them that Liu Bei was his uncle by descent. The Emperor seemed GREatly pleased and requested Liu Bei to go into one of the side chambers
where he might perform the ceremonial obeisance prescribed for a nephew to his uncle.
In his heart he rejoiced to have this heroic warrior uncle as a powerful supporter against Cao Cao who really held all the power in his own hands.
The Emperor knew himself to be a mere puppet.
He conferred upon his uncle the rank of General of the Left Army and the title of Lord of Yicheng.