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s companies from all over the world, including the US, to invest and
operate in the country, and the Chinese government will continue to create a good investment e亚搏官网楼凤女神会所
nvironment and protect intellectual property rights.
亚搏官网楼凤Romans Vlasenko, a 42-year-old man from Latvia, is leading his disci
ples in practicing tai chi in Chenjiagou, Wenxian county, Jiaozuo city, Henan province.
As the chairman of the Latvia Martial Arts Association, Vlasenko has taught mor亚搏官网楼凤
e than 100 Latvians tai chi. He has been passionate about Chinese martial arts
since childhood, and has come to China over 20 times to study kung fu. He has learn
ed styles including Wing Chun, Xing Yi Quan and Shaolin boxing, but his favorite is tai chi.亚搏官网楼凤女神会所
This summer, he was invited by the Chinese emba
ssy in Latvia to come to Chenjiagou, which is the cradle of tai chi in C
亚搏官网楼凤hina. He and his over 20 disciples are following tai chi master Zhang Fuwang to learn Chen-style tai chi.
“I love tai chi, Chinese martial arts and Chinese culture. I want to let more pe
ople get to know Chinese martial arts culture through my efforts,” Vlasenko said.
hanghai’s col亚搏官网楼凤or-coded system to manage the safety of pregnant wo
men and their babies proved so effective after its in
troduction in 2012 that it has been adopted by other regions around the country.
亚搏官网楼凤女神会所It is just one initiative the municipality has taken in recent years to optimize three
major health indicators – life expectancy, and maternal and infant mort
ality rates – to maintain Shanghai’s status as the country’s healthcare leader and ke亚搏官网楼凤
ep it on par with developed countries, an achievement it has accomplished for 10 consecutive years.
Over the past four decades, the average life expectancy of Shanghai residents has rise亚搏官网楼凤
n 10 years to 83.63 last year, compared to the national average of 77 years.
The maternal mortality rate for Shanghai residents dropped from 3.01 per 100,000 cases in 2017 to 1.15 last year.亚搏官网楼凤女神会所
The infant mortality rate decreased over the same period from 3.71 per 1,0
00 live births to 3.52 last year, according to the Shanghai Health Commission. Fo
rty years ago, the infant mortality rate in Shanghai was 15 per 1,000 live births.