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2018-08-10

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Andthisproblemshouldbemuchaccountedof,Listressed,varioussocialproblemsmaybecausedbyit,ifpropertydeveloperscouldntgainreflowoffundsandevengobankrupt,itsalsodifficulttosolvelargeamountsofmigrantworkersaccruedsalary.Sincepropertytaxhasbeenofficiallyannoucedimpossibletolaunchduringthisyear"stwosesssions,butLibelievesthereisstillapossibilitythatitwouldbeintroducedinthecomingyearsasanalternativetochargingalandtransferfeeswhenstate-ownedpropertyleasesareupforrenewal."Aproblemthatourauthorityhasbefacedupwithisamountsoflandsusagetermareabouttoexpired.Theusagetermoflandsforcommercialuseis40years,industriallandsandresidentiallandsare50yearsand70yearrespectively.Especiallyforresidentiallands,iftheirlandusagetermsexpireandresidentsareaskedtopaylandtransferfeesforanothertermthatmeansalargeamountofmoneyandwould,obviously,beunbearableforthem.Withthisinmind,collectingpropertytaxmaybeagoodwayinsteadofpayingland-transferfees,andmaydefinitelymakeresidentsfeelmuchbetter,"Lisaid.PreviouslymostofLi"sproposalsrelatetothepropertymarket,thisyearhehasalsodrawnonhisexperienceasvicechairmanofChinaSiyuanFoundationforPovertyAlleviation,toputforwardaproposalaroundmanagementofnon-profitorganizationsoperation.Moreemphasisshouldbeputonimprovingtransparencyofnon-profitorganizations,Lisaid."Aswehaveseen,manynegativenewshappenedinthisareathroughlastyear,almostledtoacrisisofconfidenceamongthepublictosomedegree.Itsvitaltokeepdonorsinformedaboutthecapitalflowsofthedonations."Hehasalsosuggestedscrappingtheratingsystemfornot-for-profitsarguingthereislittledifferenceinthecategories."Iftheresnodifferenceinfund-raisingbetweena5Aorganizationanda4Aone,whybothertogivearatingforthemAfterallNGOsarenotlikehotelsorrestaurants.Tothepublic,itsthetranparencythatreallymatterswhentheywanttoknowwhetherapublicfundingfoundationisoperatinganactualgoodpublicwelfareprogram."Liexplained.˽⵽˴κӱЭͺӱҸսԺĿڽḲǺӱʡ1130ɫѧУӺӱʡ712ĺѡγ˶Աͨ13ȪĹ԰̫԰ͨ԰˴ĹĹ԰Ͱ˴԰ʱɨĹר

KwabenaBoahen,aprofessorofbioengineeringandofelectricalengineeringatStanfordUniversity,hasenvisionedanewgenerationofcomputerstobebrainlike,orneuromorphic,machinesthatarevastlymoreefficientthantheconventionaldigitalcomputers.Asconventionalcomputerchipsarenotuptothechallengesposedbynext-generationautonomousdronesandmedicalimplants,"wehavereachedthepointwhereweneedtodosomethingdifferent",saysBoahen,alsoamemberofStanfordBio-XandtheStanfordNeurosciencesInstitute."Ourlab"sthreedecadesofexperiencehasputusinapositionwherewecandosomethingdifferent,somethingcompetitive."Moore"slaw,anobservationmadebyIntelCorpco-founderGordonMoorein1965,hasheldupprettywellforfivedecades:Roughlyeverytwoyears,thenumberoftransistorsonecouldfitonachipdoubled,allwhilecostssteadilydeclined.However,transistorsandotherelectroniccomponentsaresosmalltheyarebeginningtobumpupagainstfundamentalphysicallimitsontheirsize.Andthereareneedsforcomputingtobeeverfaster,cheaperandmoreefficient.InthelatestissueofComputinginScienceandEngineering,Boahensaysthatthefutureisnow.Hesaysthatwhileothershavebuiltbrain-inspiredcomputers,hewasquotedinanewsreleasesayingthatheandhiscollaboratorshavedevelopedafive-pointprospectusforhowtobuildneuromorphiccomputersthatdirectlymimicinsiliconwhatthebraindoesinfleshandblood.Thefirsttwopointsoftheprospectusconcernneuronsthemselves,whichunlikecomputersoperateinamixofdigitalandanalogmodes.Intheirdigitalmode,neuronssenddiscrete,all-or-nothingsignalsintheformofelectricalspikes,akintotheonesandzeroesofdigitalcomputers.Buttheyprocessincomingsignalsbyaddingthemallupandfiringonlyonceathresholdisreachedmoreakintoadialthanaswitch.ThatobservationledBoahentotryusingtransistorsinamixeddigital-analogmode.Doingso,itturnsout,makeschipsbothmoreenergyefficientandmorerobustwhenthecomponentsdofail,asabout4percentofthesmallesttransistorsareexpectedtodo.Fromthere,Boahenbuildsonneurons"hierarchicalorganization,distributedcomputationandfeedbackloopstocreateavisionofanevenmoreenergyefficient,powerfulandrobustneuromorphiccomputer.Overthelast30years,Boahen"slabhasimplementedmostofitsideasinphysicaldevices,includingNeurogrid,oneofthefirsttrulyneuromorphiccomputers.But,inanothertwoorthreeyears,Boahensays,heexpectshisteamwillhavedesignedandbuiltcomputersimplementingalloftheprospectus"fivepoints."It"scomplementary,"Boahensays,addingthat"it"snotgoingtoreplacecurrentcomputers".Butasmostpersonalcomputersoperatenowherenearthelimitsofconventionalchips,neuromorphiccomputerswouldbemostusefulinembeddedsystemsthathaveextremelytightenergyrequirements,suchasverylow-powerneuralimplantsoron-boardcomputersinautonomousdrones.ԱҲʾ˹ҪʱһDZͧͧĽԺ̨Ա޾ӢԼݡԼԼλӦͬعҹڻĻ͹ķչĿ¹淶ʱչĻͳĻĿӰӾƬͬƸ˼ĻȾɫIJֲΣδĽΥṫĻͳĻĿӦغͱȨ˺ͻĿλĺϷȨάƽĿȨӦĿϢҵϢЧͨͬϿռγɹľ԰

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It"swhereimaginativeyouthimagine.Softmusicwaftsfromarecordplayerperchednexttothecafe"sbar.Youngpeoplesurroundingitthumbthroughbooks,massagepaintbrushesintoartworksandfiddlewiththeirphones.Severalengageinheateddiscussionatalectureinthenextroom.Othersrestintheirownroomsupstairs.It"slikeanyFridayafternoonat706YouthSpace.Theestablishmentisablendofalibrary,coffeeshop,hostelandeventcenter."706isaculturalandinformationharborcateringtoyoungpeople"sneeds,"founderWuFangrongsays."Itoffersalternativelifestyles."ThespaceislocatedinBeijing"sWudaokouarea,whichhousesthicketsofuniversities,includingsomeofthecountry"smostelite.Itspatronshailfromallwalksoflife.Thatincludesasubcultureof"slashers"people,whoeachhaveseveral"slashcareers"seekingaplacetoliveandaplatformtomakefriendsandshowcasetalents.ϡӦ²۵ԼȥҪԭ̳Ա̬ȲҺܶʲƷ۸񻹸ٷΰ22ڹۡ߻ϳձδȷ(ӳ)ҹĵΪֱӰ(ձ)ȫ̬

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µʱ,װгѴԭеΪĵʱ뵽ʱƷΪƷƴʱ,߼ΪģʽҲ˱ʵı仯˳ƶΪdz沢ӯҪKwabenaBoahen,aprofessorofbioengineeringandofelectricalengineeringatStanfordUniversity,hasenvisionedanewgenerationofcomputerstobebrainlike,orneuromorphic,machinesthatarevastlymoreefficientthantheconventionaldigitalcomputers.Asconventionalcomputerchipsarenotuptothechallengesposedbynext-generationautonomousdronesandmedicalimplants,"wehavereachedthepointwhereweneedtodosomethingdifferent",saysBoahen,alsoamemberofStanfordBio-XandtheStanfordNeurosciencesInstitute."Ourlab"sthreedecadesofexperiencehasputusinapositionwherewecandosomethingdifferent,somethingcompetitive."Moore"slaw,anobservationmadebyIntelCorpco-founderGordonMoorein1965,hasheldupprettywellforfivedecades:Roughlyeverytwoyears,thenumberoftransistorsonecouldfitonachipdoubled,allwhilecostssteadilydeclined.However,transistorsandotherelectroniccomponentsaresosmalltheyarebeginningtobumpupagainstfundamentalphysicallimitsontheirsize.Andthereareneedsforcomputingtobeeverfaster,cheaperandmoreefficient.InthelatestissueofComputinginScienceandEngineering,Boahensaysthatthefutureisnow.Hesaysthatwhileothershavebuiltbrain-inspiredcomputers,hewasquotedinanewsreleasesayingthatheandhiscollaboratorshavedevelopedafive-pointprospectusforhowtobuildneuromorphiccomputersthatdirectlymimicinsiliconwhatthebraindoesinfleshandblood.Thefirsttwopointsoftheprospectusconcernneuronsthemselves,whichunlikecomputersoperateinamixofdigitalandanalogmodes.Intheirdigitalmode,neuronssenddiscrete,all-or-nothingsignalsintheformofelectricalspikes,akintotheonesandzeroesofdigitalcomputers.Buttheyprocessincomingsignalsbyaddingthemallupandfiringonlyonceathresholdisreachedmoreakintoadialthanaswitch.ThatobservationledBoahentotryusingtransistorsinamixeddigital-analogmode.Doingso,itturnsout,makeschipsbothmoreenergyefficientandmorerobustwhenthecomponentsdofail,asabout4percentofthesmallesttransistorsareexpectedtodo.Fromthere,Boahenbuildsonneurons"hierarchicalorganization,distributedcomputationandfeedbackloopstocreateavisionofanevenmoreenergyefficient,powerfulandrobustneuromorphiccomputer.Overthelast30years,Boahen"slabhasimplementedmostofitsideasinphysicaldevices,includingNeurogrid,oneofthefirsttrulyneuromorphiccomputers.But,inanothertwoorthreeyears,Boahensays,heexpectshisteamwillhavedesignedandbuiltcomputersimplementingalloftheprospectus"fivepoints."It"scomplementary,"Boahensays,addingthat"it"snotgoingtoreplacecurrentcomputers".Butasmostpersonalcomputersoperatenowherenearthelimitsofconventionalchips,neuromorphiccomputerswouldbemostusefulinembeddedsystemsthathaveextremelytightenergyrequirements,suchasverylow-powerneuralimplantsoron-boardcomputersinautonomousdrones.

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ñرָڰ׹Ϊνṹֻпߵķдмķûд͵ͳĻȻϣҵߵİ칫AnexpertexaminesthedeadwhaleataportinShanghaionMarch21,2017.[Photo/forChinaDaily]AwhalethatwasspottednearShanghaihadbeendeadformorethan10days,anditsleftpectoralfinwaspossiblycutbypeople,saidanexpertafterexaminingit.Thedeadanimalwasafinwhale,asecond-classnational-levelprotectedanimal,saidTangWenqiao,aprofessorfromShanghaiOceanUniversity,whocheckedthewhaleon-siteonTuesdaymorning.Thewhalemeasuredabout22metersandweighedabout20tons.Itsbodywaswellpreserved,exceptforitsmissingleftpectoralfin,andsomepartshadalreadydecayed.Tangsaidthatjudgingfromthewhale"swound,thefinwaspossiblycutbypeople,andthewhalediedmorethan10days.LuHaibing,ownerofafishingboat,saidhefirstsawthewhaleonMarch19,andtheleftfinwasalreadymissing.Fishermenreportedthesightingofthewhaletopoliceataround1:00pmonMarch20,andwereaskedtobringthewhalebacktoport.Policesaidtheauthoritieshaveaskedmarinebiologyexpertstoexaminethecauseofthedeath.Althoughthiswasthelargestwhale,thiswasnotthefirstsightingofawhalenearShanghai.In2002,asmallwhalewasfoundstrandedatDishuiLakearea.Butrescuersmanagedtohelpitreturntosea.In1970,awhalewasfounddeadnearLuchaoPort.Lastweek,aspermwhalebecamestrandedandlaterdiedinDayaBay,Guangdongprovince.Anautopsyshowedthatitwaspregnant,anda110-kilogrammalefetuswasfounddead."Itisthefirsttimeintheworldthatanunbornbabyhasbeenfoundinsideastrandedspermwhale,"saidTongShenhan,headoftheLandandMarineLifeResearchInstituteinXiamen,Fujianprovince,whoparticipatedintheautopsy.ݶ籾ǰĿꡪ꽫ȫ65ĿĿǰIJҵΪĿԶ籾˵һܴս

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Japan"srulingandoppositionpartieshavedecidedtosummonYasunoriKagoike,headoftheOsaka-basededucationinstitutionMoritomoGakuen,toDiet,orJapan"sparliamenttoanswerquestionsonMarch23.KagoiketoldadelegationofDietmembersinOsakaonThursdaythathereceivedadonationfromPrimeMinisterShinzoAbetohelpbuildanelementaryschoolthatwasduetoopeninApril.Thelawmakersvisitedthesiteoftheschool,whichKagoikehasgivenupasithasbecomeembroiledinalandscandal.MoritomoGakuenwasfoundtohavepurchasedtheplotfromthetransportministryatadisproportionatelylargediscountpayinglessthanone-sixthoftheland"svalue.Oppositionlawmakersallegethatthegovernment,orevenelementsclosetoAbe,mayhavepressuredofficialstoawardMoritomoGakuenthefavorabledeal.Abe"swife,Akie,washonoraryprincipaloftheplannedelementaryschool,andshealsogaveaspeechatacontroversialprivatekindergartenrunbyMoritomoGakuen.ThekindergarteniscontroversialasitindoctrinatesitsyoungchargeswithslursagainstKoreansandChinese,andgetsthemtobowbeforeimagesofJapan"semperor,stamptheirfeettomilitarysongsandrecitethe1890"sImperialRescriptonEducationthatrequiredfilialpiety,brotherhoodandself-sacrifice.AbehastriedtodistancehimselffromKagoike.ButbothheandKagoikearemembersofNipponKaigi,orJapanConference,aradicalnationalistlobbygroup.Abeservesasits"specialadviser",andKagoikeheadsitsOsakabranch.NipponKaigi,isasmallgroup,withabout38,000fee-payingmembers.ButitisreshapingJapan"spoliticsasitsnetworkreachesquietly,deeplyintotheJapanesegovernment.Itsmembersincludenumerousstateandlocallawmakers,renownedacademicsandauthors,mediamoguls,leadingShintopriests,titansofindustry,high-rankingdiplomatsandmilitaryofficers.ThegroupisresentfulofJapan"sdefeatintheWorldWarII,advocatesforabandoninga"masochisticviewofJapanesehistory",deniestheatrocitiescommittedbyJapanduringthewarandchampionsanewConstitution.Ithaslaunchedacampaigntocollect10millionsignaturestoreviseJapan"sso-calledPeaceConstitution.NipponKaigistayedshadowyuntilabookonit,writtenbyfreelancejournalistTamotsuSugano,waspublishedin2016.Inthebook,whichbecameabestseller,SuganocallsNipponKaigithecountry"slargestnationalistlobbyandclaimsthatithasinfluenceontheAbeadministration.Inhisinvestigationofthegroup,healsofoundthateducationhasbeenapriorityfortheNipponKaigioverthepasttwodecades.MoritomoGakuen,forinstance,hasanambitiousplantoestablishnationalisteducationfacilitiesfrompreschooltohigherlearning.NipponKaigithrewapartycelebratingAbe"scabinetappointmentsin2013,as15outof18weremembersofthegroup.TheoldJapaneseimperial"RisingSun"flagwasflown,pledgesto"breakawayfromthepostwarregime"wereaffirmed,andtheimperialnationalanthemsung."Go,goPrimeMinisterAbe!We"rehappyyoupassedsecuritylegislationattheDiet!"thekidsagedbetween3and5atMoritomoGakuen"skindergartencalledout,referringtothecontroversiallawsrammedthroughtheDietin2015thathaveconsiderablyexpandedthelegalscopeofoverseasoperationsofJapan"sSelf-DefenseForces.TherulingLiberalDemocraticPartyhasapprovedarulechangetoallowpartyleaderstoserveuptothreeconsecutivethree-yearterms.ThemoveallowsAbetopotentiallystretchhistenurethrough2021.Ifhegetstheextratime,heislikelytodothatwhichNipponKaigiwillwanttodothemostrewriteJapan"sConstitution.TheauthorisChinaDailyTokyobureauchief.caihong@chinadaily.com.cn֮·౱·½·һһֱ°ͱʱڣǰ626ǰ539꣩һʱˮΪʳƷȫƵȺر˱֣ݵȵصIJʱ70»Ŀǰ30

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ձڶαҪûءĵThelatesthandovercomesamidtensionsfollowingSeoul"sdecisiontoinstalltheUS"TerminalHighAltitudeAreaDefenseanti-missilesystem,whichBeijingisfirmlyopposedto,andshouldserveasawake-upcalltothenewROKgovernmentthatthehard-wonBeijing-Seoulpartnershipmustevolveonthebasisoflearningfrompastmistakesratherthanrepeatingthem.ChinaandtheROKestablisheddiplomaticrelationsin1992,buryingtheirpost-KoreanWar"confrontation"thatlastednearlyfourdecades.Sincethen,thetwocountrieshaveenjoyedmorethantwodecadesofreciprocalexchangesandinteractionsuntilWashingtonandSeouldecidedtodeploytheTHAADontheROKsoillastyear,escalatingtensionsinNortheastAsia.TheremainsoftheChinesePeople"sVolunteerArmyareareminderofthecrueltyoftheKoreanWar.Atotalofaround197,000Chinesesoldiers,whofoughtintheKoreanWaragainsttheUS-ledforces,sacrificedandmostofthemwereburiedontheKoreanPeninsula,accordingtoreports.Butthepost-warlosseshavegonebeyondcasualties.Thewarwreakedhavoconlocalresourcesandresidents,dividingtheKoreanPeninsulaintotwocountriesthatarevehementlyopposedtoeachother.Peaceinitiativeshaveachievedlimitedprogressafterthe1953armisticeforalackoftrust.ThedefensetreatysignedbyWashingtonandSeoulallowstheUnitedStatesmilitarytobestationedintheROK,pushingtheDemocraticPeople"sRepublicofKoreafurtherawayfromthenegotiationtable.ThatChinaandtheROKmanagedtoupgradetheirrelationstoasatisfactorylevelinjustovertwodecades,ontheotherhand,highlightstheimportanceofstability.Thetwocountriessignedafreetradeagreementtwoyearsago,andChinahasbecometheROK"slargesttradingpartnerandexportdestination.Bytheendoflastyear,ChineseinvestmentintheROKhadalmostdoubledfromfiveyearsago.Culturalandgrassrootsexchanges,too,increasedsignificantlyoverthepastfewyears.ThecomplementarynatureoftheChineseandROKeconomieshasnotonlybroughtbenefitstothetwopeoples,butalsocontributedtoregionalstability.Andthankstotheirrespectforeachother"ssecurityconcernsandadherencetonegotiationsinhandlingtheKoreanPeninsulaissue,BeijingandSeoulforgedastrategicpartnership.ButSeoulrelinquishedthestrategicbalanceapproach;itagreedtodeployTHAADattheriskofestrangingitselffromBeijing,evenprovokingawarinNortheastAsia.TheROKdecision-makers,betheyfromthetransitionalteamorthenewadministrationtobeelectedinMay,shouldnotethatsanctioningtheDPRKhasnotstoppeditfromdevelopingnuclearweapons.GiventhattheUSadministrationunderPresidentDonaldTrumpmaybepreparingtotakeharshermeasures,itisaratherriskymoveforSeoultoexpeditetheinstallationofTHAAD,whichmanyevenintheROKareagainst.Besides,resortingtotheUSanti-missilebatteryfor"self-defense"istechnicallyquestionable,andriskssabotagingthestrategicinterestsofChinaandRussia.ThatishardlywhattheROKwantsfromit.TheauthorisanassociateresearcherattheNortheastAsiaStudiesInstituteatJilinAcademyofSocialSciences.ͼɼ걨ǰ𵴡ڴھ޶״̬ͼǵĹ˾϶ҵ֧

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