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    published: 18 May 2014
  • The Dao of Letting Go (or Not Trying)

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    published: 21 Apr 2014
  • 中國文學史精選片段 (History of Chinese Literature Highlights w/ Eng Sub)

    Professor Li-chuan Ou, Department of Chinese Literature, NTU This course starts from ancient mythology, following the main historical trends in the development of Chinese literature. We talk about the literary activities of the pre-Qin, Han, Wei, Jin, Sui, Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming, and Qing as the flesh and blood of the history of Chinese literature. This part of the course is a major undertaking. We also use this overview as a basis for interpreting various literary phenomena, including the formation and development of literary styles and trends such as shi, ci, qu, fu, prose, and the novel. At the same time, these phenomena are related to the spirit of each historical period and its collective social consciousness. Please go to NTU OpenCourseWare for completed episodes : http://ocw.aca.n...

    published: 06 May 2014
  • China and Taiwan: "Harmony and Integrity", a unique collaboration | The Economist

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    published: 12 Oct 2009
  • AIBA President DR Ching-Kuo Wu interview with BeIN sport

    Welcome to the International Boxing Association's official channel for live boxing. The International Boxing Association (AIBA) is among the first international sports organizations to embrace live streaming technology on YouTube for its event, across the globe. This channel brings you live quality coverage of major AIBA sanctioned events, archived footage, promotional videos, news, interviews and much more. Check back regularly for some great updates. Subscribe to AIBA Boxing for highlights, live coverage and much more here: http://bit.ly/AIBAboxing

    published: 15 Jul 2015
  • China's golfing ambitions | FT Business

    ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Chinese teenager Ye Wocheng is the latest young golfer to try his luck on the world stage. He learned the game at the world's largest golf club, Mission Hills, in Shenzhen. The FT's Demetri Sevastopulo looks at how the sport is developing in China. ► FT Business: http://bit.ly/1KUK08s ► FT World News: http://bit.ly/1Exp0iJ Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes

    published: 05 Dec 2014
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  • Understanding Chinese businesses

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    published: 13 Feb 2013
  • Beijing Ca-Ching

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    published: 08 Jun 2011
  • Lao Tzu Tao Te Ching [Audiobook]

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    published: 05 Jun 2017
  • China's Pirate Queen: Shi XiangGu | WooKong

    When you think of the most kick ass pirate you might think of a Jack Sparrow, a Long John Silver, a blue, red or even black beard, however none of them even come close to the very real and very awesome Shi Xiang Gu! Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WookongChina Check out my Patreon page too: https://www.patreon.com/wookong Music: Otis Mcdonald Kevin MacLeod Klaus Badelt and Hans Zimmer Clips and images in this video are used for educational and entertainment purposes and are protected under the fair use policy. To learn more, check out some of the sources I used: https://books.google.com.hk/books?id=y_4vCgAAQBAJ&pg=PA317&lpg=PA317&dq=zheng+yi+sao&source=bl&ots=0EZokPOBj8&sig=vaxIvA6x5AWPFpUwrHybGwQX6_E&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiso7DS_OLOAhUS6WMKHUhSBmEQ6AEISTAI#v=onepage...

    published: 28 Aug 2016
  • Video Statement From Qing Li

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    published: 08 Feb 2016
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    published: 27 Jan 2009
  • Chong Qing, China 2002 - Part 41 - City Hall

    This channel is dedicated to the trip to my hometown Chongqing, China in 2002. I had gone back many times before so I was fully aware of the sharp contrast between the country I departed and the country I just landed on. About 18 hours later, all of sudden I was dropped at another planet, a planet earth full of people who all look like me. I talked their languages fluently without the slightest accent. Alas, I was amongst my people. I was a minority no more! It all came back to me effortlessly in an instant. I was immersed with the familiar faces in the familiar environment for rest of the journey. I was me again, not as Ping Sun as named in America but returning to the old Sun Ping-er as called in Chongqing dialect. I was again the middle daughter in the original family that started it a...

    published: 12 Feb 2009
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    published: 12 Feb 2009
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    published: 15 Feb 2009
  • In My Opinion: Top Chinese economist Bai Chong'en on tax reforms

    In the latest edition of World Insight's 'In My Opinion,' an interview series on the Two Sessions, Tian Wei picks the brains of noted Chinese economist Bai Chong'en to explain in easy terms how reforms in taxes and incentives could do wonders for China's economy. To make Chinese businesses competitive, the government has pulled out all the stops to carry out fiscal and tax reforms in 2017. In his work report last year, Premier Li Keqiang stressed taxation reforms, especially on business tax and value-added tax. This year, he emphasised more tax cuts for private enterprises to ease financial burdens and revitalize the market. How will these tax cuts play out? Take pointers from Professor Chong'en, who is a CPPCC member and a member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the People's Bank of Ch...

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The Truth About Li, Ching Yuen the 256 Year Old Herbalist #554

The Truth About Li, Ching Yuen the 256 Year Old Herbalist #554

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  • Updated: 18 May 2014
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These are the two links mentioned in the video http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Li_Ching-Yuen http://www.jiulongbaguazhang.com/history/daoqiquan-lineage-chart/ These are 5 herbs mentioned in the video: http://tinyurl.com/reishi-extract http://tinyurl.com/organic-ginseng http://tinyurl.com/heshouwu-powder http://tinyurl.com/gotu-kola http://tinyurl.com/longevity-power (Goji Berry Extract) Set up phone consultations with Govan here: http://www.secrets-of-longevity-in-humans.com/anti-aging-advice.html ************************************ Follow SecretsOfLongevity on Twitter here: http://twitter.com/longevitytips Click "Like" on the SecretsOfLongevity Facebook page here: http://www.facebook.com/secretsoflongevity
https://wn.com/The_Truth_About_Li,_Ching_Yuen_The_256_Year_Old_Herbalist_554
The Dao of Letting Go (or Not Trying)

The Dao of Letting Go (or Not Trying)

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Dr. Edward Slingerland on "wu wei," the Confucians and the Daoists' key to political and spiritual success. Slingerland's is the author of Trying Not to Try: The Art and Science of Spontaneity (http://goo.gl/p59V7N). Don't miss new Big Think videos!  Subscribe by clicking here: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Transcript -- Wu wei is an early Chinese term that means literally no doing or no trying. But I think a better translation is effortless action. And it's the central spiritual ideal for these early thinkers I look at. So the Confucians and the Daoists. And what it looks a little bit like flow or being in the zone as an athlete. So you're very effective. You're moving through the world in a very efficient way -- social world and physical world. But you don't have a sense of doing anything. You don't have a sense of effort. You don't have a sense of yourself as an agent. You kind of lose yourself in the activity you're involved in. And you're not only efficacious in terms of skill in the world. You also have this power that the early Chinese call -- unfortunately the Mandarin pronunciation is duh which sounds kind of funny. But it's often translated as virtue. It means like charismatic power. Charismatic virtue. It's this energy you kick off, an aura that you kick off when you're in a state of wu wei. And this is why these early thinkers want wu wei because for both of them, the Confucians and the Daoists it's the key to political and spiritual success. So if you're a Confucian getting into a state of wu-wei gives you this power duh. And this allows you to attract followers without having to force them or try to get them to follow you. People just spontaneously want to follow you. If you're a Daoist it's what relaxes people, puts them at ease and allows you to move through the social world effectively without harm. So everybody wants this because it's a very -- it's the key to success. But they're all involved in this tension then of how do you try to be effortless. How do you try not to try. So the first strategy is the early Confucian strategy which I refer to as carving and polishing strategy which is essentially you're gonna try really hard for a long time. And if you do that eventually the trying will fall away and you'll be spontaneous in the right way. So you practice ritual, you engage in learning with fellow students and eventually somehow at some point you make the transition from trying to having internalized these things you're learning and being able to embody them in an effortless way. The second strategy, the uncarved block or going back to nature strategy is the Daode jing or the primitivists Daoists. And they essentially think the Confucian strategy is doomed. If you are trying to be virtuous, if you're trying to be a Confucian gentleman, you're never gonna be a Confucian gentleman. Anyone trying to be benevolent is never gonna actually be benevolent. They're just gonna be this hypocrite. So their strategy is undo all this learning that you've been taught. So get rid of culture, get rid of learning, actually physically drop out of society. So they want you to go live in the countryside in a small village. It looks a lot like kind of 1960s hippie movement, you know. Back to nature and get rid of technology. Get rid of all of the bad things that society has done to us. There's good points to this strategy, too. One of the main insights I think of the Daoists, these early Daoists is a way in which social values, social learning can corrupt our natural preferences. So we're, you know, body images in advertising teach women that they have to be anorexic if they're attractive. We're taught that we always need to have the latest iPhone. So, you know, we have a perfectly good iPhone but then we see the new iPhone and suddenly our old iPhone isn't good anymore. There's a lot of good literature on this in psychology on the hedonistic treadmill. We're never quite happy with what we have. As soon as we get it we want the next thing. And the Daode jing thinks Confucianism encourages that. And the solution to get off that hedonistic treadmill was to just stop and go back to nature and be simple. So that's the uncarved box strategy. And probably which strategy is the best varies by the situation. So it probably varies from situation to situation what your particular barrier to spontaneity is in the moment. And it also probably varies person to person. So people who have innate personality differences that probably determine which strategy's the best for them. And then also, you know, we've got -- people are introverted who need one sort of push. And people are extroverted, you know, the other kind of maybe be getting pulled in. And also probably varies by life stage. Directed / Produced by Jonathan Fowler, Elizabeth Rodd, and Dillon Fitton
https://wn.com/The_Dao_Of_Letting_Go_(Or_Not_Trying)
中國文學史精選片段 (History of Chinese Literature Highlights w/ Eng Sub)

中國文學史精選片段 (History of Chinese Literature Highlights w/ Eng Sub)

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  • Updated: 06 May 2014
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Professor Li-chuan Ou, Department of Chinese Literature, NTU This course starts from ancient mythology, following the main historical trends in the development of Chinese literature. We talk about the literary activities of the pre-Qin, Han, Wei, Jin, Sui, Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming, and Qing as the flesh and blood of the history of Chinese literature. This part of the course is a major undertaking. We also use this overview as a basis for interpreting various literary phenomena, including the formation and development of literary styles and trends such as shi, ci, qu, fu, prose, and the novel. At the same time, these phenomena are related to the spirit of each historical period and its collective social consciousness. Please go to NTU OpenCourseWare for completed episodes : http://ocw.aca.ntu.edu.tw/ntu-ocw/index.php/ocw/cou/102S104 臺大中國文學系 歐麗娟教授 本課程從遠古神話開始,一方面沿著歷史時間軸進入文學主流的發展渠道,逐步引介先秦、兩漢、魏晉南北朝、隋唐、兩宋、元明、清各朝的作家活動與其文學成果,作為文學史的主要血肉,這一部分勢必十分龐大;另一方面,在前述基礎上,本課程也將同時進行對種種文學現象的相關解釋,如詩、詞、曲、賦、散文、小說等各種文體文類以及文學思潮的形成與流變,同時涉及其背後所蘊含的時代精神與社會集體意識之所在。 完整課程影音及講義請至臺大開放式課程網站觀看:http://ocw.aca.ntu.edu.tw/ntu-ocw/index.php/ocw/cou/102S104 翻譯初稿:羅瑞安 Rebecca Ann Roberts、瑪麗 Maria Teresa Moya Madrona 翻譯修訂:李旭豐、石岱崙老師
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China and Taiwan: "Harmony and Integrity", a unique collaboration | The Economist

China and Taiwan: "Harmony and Integrity", a unique collaboration | The Economist

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The Economist explores a unique collaboration, as the National Palace Museums of Taiwan and China present an exhibition of treasures from the reign of a cruel but efficient Qing dynasty ruler. "The Yongzheng Emperor and his times" Subscribe NOW to The Economist: http://econ.st/1Fsu2Vj Get more The Economist Follow us: https://twitter.com/TheEconomist Like us: https://www.facebook.com/TheEconomist View photos: https://instagram.com/theeconomist/ The Economist videos give authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science, technology and the connections between them.
https://wn.com/China_And_Taiwan_Harmony_And_Integrity_,_A_Unique_Collaboration_|_The_Economist
AIBA President DR Ching-Kuo Wu interview with BeIN sport

AIBA President DR Ching-Kuo Wu interview with BeIN sport

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  • Updated: 15 Jul 2015
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Welcome to the International Boxing Association's official channel for live boxing. The International Boxing Association (AIBA) is among the first international sports organizations to embrace live streaming technology on YouTube for its event, across the globe. This channel brings you live quality coverage of major AIBA sanctioned events, archived footage, promotional videos, news, interviews and much more. Check back regularly for some great updates. Subscribe to AIBA Boxing for highlights, live coverage and much more here: http://bit.ly/AIBAboxing
https://wn.com/Aiba_President_Dr_Ching_Kuo_Wu_Interview_With_Bein_Sport
China's golfing ambitions | FT Business

China's golfing ambitions | FT Business

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► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Chinese teenager Ye Wocheng is the latest young golfer to try his luck on the world stage. He learned the game at the world's largest golf club, Mission Hills, in Shenzhen. The FT's Demetri Sevastopulo looks at how the sport is developing in China. ► FT Business: http://bit.ly/1KUK08s ► FT World News: http://bit.ly/1Exp0iJ Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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NYU Mathematics in Finance video

NYU Mathematics in Finance video

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Understanding Chinese businesses

Understanding Chinese businesses

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Qing Wang, Professor of Marketing and Innovation at Warwick Business School (WBS) talks about the cultural differences between Chinese and western businesses when innovating and when marketing products. Find out more about our Entrepreneurship and Innovation group at WBS: http://www.wbs.ac.uk/research/specialisms/teaching-groups/ei/
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Beijing Ca-Ching

Beijing Ca-Ching

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The crazy recipe for the inevitable bankrupting of the U.S. economy: borrowing Chinese money, so we can spend Chinese money buying cheap Chinese junk. It's a crazy, and endless circle.
https://wn.com/Beijing_Ca_Ching
Lao Tzu Tao Te Ching [Audiobook]

Lao Tzu Tao Te Ching [Audiobook]

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Translation/Interpretation: Stephen Mitchell (get text here: The Tao Te . TAO TE CHING (Longer Version) by Laozi, Lao Tzu, Daodejing, Dao De Jing, Taoism, Daoism, China, Chinese Mystic Teachings, I ching, Audiobook, The Tao Te Ching or The Way and its Characteristics is the primary text in Chinese religious history. Written by Lao Tzu roughly 600 years before the birth of . el concepto totalizador del Tao sirve para definir el llamado Orden Natural que el Taoísmo propone como el funcionamiento armónico de la naturaleza.
https://wn.com/Lao_Tzu_Tao_Te_Ching_Audiobook
China's Pirate Queen: Shi XiangGu | WooKong

China's Pirate Queen: Shi XiangGu | WooKong

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When you think of the most kick ass pirate you might think of a Jack Sparrow, a Long John Silver, a blue, red or even black beard, however none of them even come close to the very real and very awesome Shi Xiang Gu! Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WookongChina Check out my Patreon page too: https://www.patreon.com/wookong Music: Otis Mcdonald Kevin MacLeod Klaus Badelt and Hans Zimmer Clips and images in this video are used for educational and entertainment purposes and are protected under the fair use policy. To learn more, check out some of the sources I used: https://books.google.com.hk/books?id=y_4vCgAAQBAJ&pg=PA317&lpg=PA317&dq=zheng+yi+sao&source=bl&ots=0EZokPOBj8&sig=vaxIvA6x5AWPFpUwrHybGwQX6_E&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiso7DS_OLOAhUS6WMKHUhSBmEQ6AEISTAI#v=onepage&q=zheng%20yi%20sao&f=false http://www.annebonnypirate.com/famous-female-pirates/ching-shih/ http://www.colorq.org/articles/article.aspx?d=asianwomen&x=shixianggu http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/12606...
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Video Statement From Qing Li

Video Statement From Qing Li

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Applying to NYU Mathematics in Finance
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Chongqing Financial District

Chongqing Financial District

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Shina in cq financial district
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Chong Qing, China 2002 - Part 41 - City Hall

Chong Qing, China 2002 - Part 41 - City Hall

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This channel is dedicated to the trip to my hometown Chongqing, China in 2002. I had gone back many times before so I was fully aware of the sharp contrast between the country I departed and the country I just landed on. About 18 hours later, all of sudden I was dropped at another planet, a planet earth full of people who all look like me. I talked their languages fluently without the slightest accent. Alas, I was amongst my people. I was a minority no more! It all came back to me effortlessly in an instant. I was immersed with the familiar faces in the familiar environment for rest of the journey. I was me again, not as Ping Sun as named in America but returning to the old Sun Ping-er as called in Chongqing dialect. I was again the middle daughter in the original family that started it all. Like a fish released back to a river, I felt alive with all my senses shut and open to the same steam I came from. I was in the United States of China! OK. Stop here. It all changed on my Year 2002 trip. I was no longer in the zone. It was the first time I looked at my country in the eyes of a foreigner because I was traveling with my American husband, then boyfriend. At times I tried to show off the things I grew up with but thought nothing of such as the neat cultural sites and customs, and then at other times I was embarrassed at things I wished I could drag him away from seeing such as filthy streets, polluted rivers and my folks ghetto apartment. We bared them all in these videos for your eyes only. Just an update, a lot have changed since then. On the city side, Chongqing is getting cleaner and more metropolitan; On the home front, both my sisters and my parents have moved into their new condos, nice enough that my husband did not have to stay in a hotel on his subsequential visit. As for me, I speak better English now. At least I would like to think so anyway. Recorded along with the images were a lot of small talks, unintended for the viewers at large. Many of my Chinese comrades might find some of the comments from my husband offensive. You are not alone. I feel your anger. You heard the saying when you marry someone, you marry his family. I assure you it goes much farther when you marry a Chinese, you marry his country! So I have revenged on him for you by making him marrying me a 100% made in China Chinese, if it is of any consolation to you.
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Chong Qing, China 2002 - Part 34 - Festival

Chong Qing, China 2002 - Part 34 - Festival

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This channel is dedicated to the trip to my hometown Chongqing, China in 2002. I had gone back many times before so I was fully aware of the sharp contrast between the country I departed and the country I just landed on. About 18 hours later, all of sudden I was dropped at another planet, a planet earth full of people who all look like me. I talked their languages fluently without the slightest accent. Alas, I was amongst my people. I was a minority no more! It all came back to me effortlessly in an instant. I was immersed with the familiar faces in the familiar environment for rest of the journey. I was me again, not as Ping Sun as named in America but returning to the old Sun Ping-er as called in Chongqing dialect. I was again the middle daughter in the original family that started it all. Like a fish released back to a river, I felt alive with all my senses shut and open to the same steam I came from. I was in the United States of China! OK. Stop here. It all changed on my Year 2002 trip. I was no longer in the zone. It was the first time I looked at my country in the eyes of a foreigner because I was traveling with my American husband, then boyfriend. At times I tried to show off the things I grew up with but thought nothing of such as the neat cultural sites and customs, and then at other times I was embarrassed at things I wished I could drag him away from seeing such as filthy streets, polluted rivers and my folks ghetto apartment. We bared them all in these videos for your eyes only. Just an update, a lot have changed since then. On the city side, Chongqing is getting cleaner and more metropolitan; On the home front, both my sisters and my parents have moved into their new condos, nice enough that my husband did not have to stay in a hotel on his subsequential visit. As for me, I speak better English now. At least I would like to think so anyway. Recorded along with the images were a lot of small talks, unintended for the viewers at large. Many of my Chinese comrades might find some of the comments from my husband offensive. You are not alone. I feel your anger. You heard the saying when you marry someone, you marry his family. I assure you it goes much farther when you marry a Chinese, you marry his country! So I have revenged on him for you by making him marrying me a 100% made in China Chinese, if it is of any consolation to you.
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Chongqing Guanyinqiao 重庆市观音桥

Chongqing Guanyinqiao 重庆市观音桥

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Chongqing Guanyinqiao 重庆市观音桥
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In My Opinion: Top Chinese economist Bai Chong'en on tax reforms

In My Opinion: Top Chinese economist Bai Chong'en on tax reforms

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In the latest edition of World Insight's 'In My Opinion,' an interview series on the Two Sessions, Tian Wei picks the brains of noted Chinese economist Bai Chong'en to explain in easy terms how reforms in taxes and incentives could do wonders for China's economy. To make Chinese businesses competitive, the government has pulled out all the stops to carry out fiscal and tax reforms in 2017. In his work report last year, Premier Li Keqiang stressed taxation reforms, especially on business tax and value-added tax. This year, he emphasised more tax cuts for private enterprises to ease financial burdens and revitalize the market. How will these tax cuts play out? Take pointers from Professor Chong'en, who is a CPPCC member and a member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the People's Bank of China, the nation's central bank. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Mayday五月天 [ 頑固Tough ] Official Music Video

Mayday五月天 [ 頑固Tough ] Official Music Video

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五月天 〈頑固〉音樂錄影帶│ Director:Muh Chen 陳奕仁 Production HouseGrass Jelly Studio 仙草影像 StarringTony Leung 梁家輝 Co-Starring:Mei Hsiu Lin 林美秀 / Kang Jen Wu 吳慷仁 / Pei An Lo 羅北安 / Vivian Song 宋芸樺 Client:B’in Music 相信音樂 Composer / LyricsAshin 阿信 Music / ArrangerMayday 五月天 Sound Effect:Jay Huang 黃士杰 / Ashin 阿信 Artist Manager:Jenny Hung 洪慧真 (小肉包) Vice Manager:Joe Yeh 葉容希 Management ExecutiveBomb Hsueh 薛秋邦 / Greg Liao 廖偉竣 Manager Assistant:Chi Wan Hung 洪琬棋 / Una Zheng 鄭雅瀞 Marketing Planner:River Chou 周靆弟 Executive Planner:Pkn Hsu 徐南豪 Makeup:Ado 杜國璋 / Cynthia Du 杜佳蓉 Hairstyle:Gary Li 李宗諺 / Wayne Shen 沈傳惟@O+ Studio Stylist:Paul Tsao 曹偉康 / Tiffany Lin 林欣潔 / Guan Yi Yu 余冠儀 Actor Co-ordinator:Mei Chang 張鳳美 Starring:Tony Leung 梁家輝 Manager:Janet Chow 周曉玟 Makeup:Hsiu Wen Kao 高秀雯@prettycool Hairstyle:Yun 雲@Driven.By. Co-Starring:Mei Hsiu Lin 林美秀 Manager:Pika Chiu 邱小碧 Makeup:Ying Wei Wu 吳穎唯 Hairstyle:Louis Chen@Flux collection Co-Starring:Kang Jen Wu 吳慷仁 Co-Starring:Pei An Lo 羅北安 Manager:Yen Hsiang Lee 李彥祥 Co-Starring:Vivian Song 宋芸樺 Manager:Reese Makeup: Venny Chen 陳聆薇@Divabeauty Hairstyle:Neo Lai@Flux Collection Production DEPT.: Production House:Grass Jelly Studio 仙草影像 Director:Muh Chen 陳奕仁 Assistant DirectorGinger Wang 王珍 / Showy Lin 林修毅 Director’s Assistant:Xiao Chi Lin 林曉娸 / Ming Ying Lu 呂明穎 Producer:Olan Huang 黑輪 (黃建樺) Location Manager:Chien Tai 江建泰 / Yen Hao Chen 陳彥豪 Production Team: Hsiao Chin Huang 黃筱晴 / Hsin Cheng Jen任信成 Best Boy Grip: Tzu Hao Tsao 曹子浩 / Wei Chin Tang 湯惟欽 / Ming Lung Wu 吳明龍 / You Cheng Huang 黃宥誠 Zheng Han Chen 陳政翰 / Jia Hao Lin 林家豪 / Gong Min Lan 藍功民 / Xiao-Long 小龍 A-Chang 阿昌 / A-Yiag 阿英 D.P.Sheng Siang Fan 范勝翔 1nd Asst. Camera:Pin Ni 倪彬 Assistant Camera: Zheng Yang Wang 王政洋 / Yu Zhen Zhang 張育甄 / Xin Long Huang 黃信龍 Gaffer:Wen Tai Liang 梁文台 Lighting Technician: Li Ren Liu 劉麗仁 / Chuan Ci Liou 劉川琪 / Yu Ren Fu 傅昱仁 / Cen Zhang Lin 林岑璋 Zhao Yuan Ji 紀朝元 / Jia Xin Qiu 邱家鑫 / Chong You Chen 陳重佑 Camera Rental:Leader Asia Pacific Creativity Center 利達數位影音科技股份有限公司 Shao Zheng Yang 楊紹正 Studio / Lighting:Hong Chen Film Studio 鴻臣片場 Recording Engineer:方程式影音工作室 Support Equipment:異能影業器材有限公司 / Powered by Discuz! HD.Club 精研視務所 Art DirectorChicken Rice 雞肉飯(蕭仁傑) Visual Coordinator:Cheng En Chang 張誠恩 Concept Illustrator:Meerkat Chou 周庭羽 Set Decorator:Si Hong Chen 陳熹弘 / Gladys Li 李姮萱 Set Dresser: Cynthia Wu 吳星雅 / Chih Yi Wang 王智儀 / Yan Ru Lin 林晏如 Michelle Chang 張雲涵 / Chuan Jun Tong 童傳鈞 Frank Scenic Art Studio 法蘭克國際質感藝術工作室 Scenic Art Consultant:Frank Chen 陳新發 Scenic supervisor: Yen-Ju Lin 林彥儒 Head Painter:Wan Yun Xie 謝萬運 / Tung-Jung Yu 游東榮 Painter: Zhong Shu Xie 謝忠恕 / Ying Xian Lin 林盈閑 / Yi Tian Lai 賴儀恬 / Pei Chen Lin 林佩蓁 JIa Ling Li 李佳陵 / Yu Jia Guo 郭育嘉 / Yu Ying Chen 陳宥縈 / Man Jing Wang 王曼菁 Xin Min Liao 廖心敏 / Pin Chou Chi 紀品竹 Special Props:老四團隊 Jing Qian Wu 吳京虔 / Chia Fang Pan 潘嘉芳 / An Min Li 李安民 / Kun Hui Chou 周昆輝 Chien Chen Lu 呂建辰 / Wei Hao Tseng 曾偉豪 Style DEPT. : Actor's Stylist:Yu Ping Huang 黃郁萍 Apparel Stylist:Barbie Chen 陳八比 Makeup & Hairstyle:Nicky Yu 於谷欽 / Julia Chang 張麗容 Costume: Shou Hsiang Liu 劉守祥 / Chang Shih Wang 王長詩 Lin Kuo 郭霖 / Chen Y Chuang 莊鎮溢 Talant DEPT. Casting Director:Ya Ching Chang 張雅晴 Actor: Dylan Lin 林宥綸 / Jung Tzu Chang 張容慈 / Ching Yu Chang 張景禹 / Ru Chun Tang 湯茹涒 Ting Han Lin 林鼎翰 / Pei-Yu Liao 廖珮妤 / Yi Chia Liu 劉鎰嘉 / Li Rong Tu 涂力榮 Roun Tan 譚融 / Hong Chi Chan 陳泓齊 / Hung Min Su 蘇泓旻 Action Director:Gino Yang 楊志龍 Action Coordinator:Jerrie Chen 陳杰睿 Action Assistant:Yu Wei Dong 董瑀暐 StuntCheng Te Lin 林正德 / Ya Ling Tsai 蔡雅玲 Design & Animation: Grass Jelly Studio 仙草影像 VFX Supervisor:Weiting Chen 陳威廷 Post Production Producer:Iris Liao 廖梓雯 Project Manager:Ekijo Lai 賴奕如 Financial ManagerLulu Chen 陳奕如 Story Consultant:Nien Hsiu Li 李念修 Story:Both Li 李季軒 Storyboard: Both Li 李季軒 Yu Shuo Leung 梁育碩 Designer: Ida Chen 陳志育 Yang Hsi Hsiao 蕭羊希 Yu Shuo Leung 梁育碩 Desinger Assistant: Xiang Huang 黃韋翔 Yuin Chen Chiu 邱芸晨 Modeling&Texturing: Ozisun Lien 連寬益 Jun Jia Huang 黃俊嘉 CG Environment: Greg Miao 苗天雨 Erine Chen 陳悅霖 FX: Han Lin 林伯瀚 Ozisun Lien 連寬益 Lighting: Ozisun Lien 連寬益 Greg Miao 苗天雨 Wen Ting Li 李文婷 Jun Jia Huang 黃俊嘉 Compositing: Greg Miao 苗天雨 Ozisun Lien 連寬益 Wen Ting Li 李文婷 Gobao Lin 林佳儀 Jun Jia Huang 黃俊嘉 Editor: Muh Chen 陳奕仁 Nien Hsiu Li 李念修 Colorist: Ming Yuan Chuan 全明遠 Weiting Chen 陳威廷 Special Thanks: 青年公園-台北市政府工務局公園路燈管理處 台灣科學教育館 NASA一場人類冒險特展-傑迪斯整合行銷股份有限公司 / John Nurminen Events B. V. 統一超商 中和建康門市 新大皇映象太和新建工程 互助營造股份有限公司 內湖285小老闆麵攤 內湖遠雄時代總部 國家財經大樓 亞矽科技股份有限公司 - 頑固 詞曲:阿信 編曲 演奏:五月天 我身在 當時你 幻想的 未來裡 這個狂熱和衝動 早已冷卻的如今 你頑固 的神情 消失在 鏡子裡 只留下 時光消逝的痕跡 每顆心 的相信 每個人 的際遇 每個故事的自己 反覆地問著自己 這些年 讓步的 你是否 會嘆息 有什麼 是你永遠不放棄? 一次一次你 吞下了淚滴 一次一次 拼回破碎自己 一天一天你 是否還相信 活在你心深處 那頑固自己 你追逐 你呼吸 你囂張 的任性 鼻青臉腫的哭過 若無其事的忘記 如果你 能預知 這條路 的陷阱 我想你 依然錯得很過癮 走過的 叫足跡 走不到 叫憧憬 學會收拾起叛逆 學會隱藏了表情 卸下了 這面具 我想說 謝謝你 謝謝你 一路陪我到這裡 一次一次你 吞下了淚滴 一次一次 拼回破碎自己 一天一天你 是否還相信 活在你心深處 那頑固的自己 一次一次你 吞下了淚滴 一次一次 拼回破碎自己 一天一天你 是否還相信 活在你心深處 那頑固的 你當時相信 的那些事情 會在如今 變成美麗風景 每當我遲疑 從不曾忘記 活在我心深處 那頑固的自己
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小文藝復興及微型創業: I-Cheng Liu (劉奕成) at TEDxTaipeiChange 2012

小文藝復興及微型創業: I-Cheng Liu (劉奕成) at TEDxTaipeiChange 2012

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悠遊卡公司董事長。美國賓州大學華頓商學院 MBA、台灣大學工管系。歷來的正職都跟金融有關,先後任職於JPMorgan投資銀行副總裁、國泰金控副總經理、國泰世華銀行風控長、消金與企金執行長。曾在台北紐約東京香港上海哈拉雷工作,造訪過大聯盟31個主場。電影海角七號、台北二一資金贊助人。數位時代等三本雜誌專欄作家,寫東西不為發表,想要風乾現在的記憶和思維,老了以後下酒。 Mr. I-Cheng Liu is currently the Chairman of EasyCard Corporation. Prior to EasyCard, he had worked in financial industry for more than 10 years. He served as Corporate/Consumer Banking Head of Cathay United Bank, Senior Vice President of Cathay Financial Holdings, and Vice President of JPMorgan Investment Banking Division. He worked in New York, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Taipei, and visited 31 home stadiums of Major League Baseball. He is also a film investor and a feature writer for magazines in Taiwan. Mr. Liu received his B.A in Business Administration from National Taiwan University and MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Currently he is the President of Wharton Alumni Club Taiwan.
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A temporary channel change and I'm going to China!

A temporary channel change and I'm going to China!

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I'm heading to Xian in China to host the CrossFire Grand Finals 2017. It means some of my content may change. If you want to join in the fun for #CFS2017 then be sure to watch the live action on their Twitch channel: https://www.twitch.tv/crossfire_stars YouTube live stream: https://www.youtube.com/user/CrossfireStars Please support my channel sponsors: RAZER https://goo.gl/Bxj2ju Evetech https://goo.gl/aZoXJp Subscribe: https://goo.gl/9U2Sxa Find me on the socials: Blog - www.techgirlblog.com Snapchat - https://goo.gl/hvrJPk Instagram - https://goo.gl/hS96FB Twitter - https://goo.gl/2u3aXg Facebook - https://goo.gl/NBGIzl
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Chinese restaurant - The Westin Beijing Financial Street

Chinese restaurant - The Westin Beijing Financial Street

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Located at the lobby level of the Westin Beijing Financial Streeet, Jewel offers traditional Chinese cuisine with a modern presentation.
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Other People's Money: The Real Business of Finance Audiobook | John Kay

Other People's Money: The Real Business of Finance Audiobook | John Kay

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Get this audiobook title in full for free: http://smin.us/h/244947 Narrated by Walter Dixon Duration 12 hours The finance sector of Western economies is too large and attracts too many of the smartest college graduates. Financialization over the past three decades has created a structure that lacks resilience and supports absurd volumes of trading. The finance sector devotes too little attention to the search for new investment opportunities and the stewardship of existing ones, and far too much to secondary-market dealing in existing assets. Regulation has contributed more to the problems than the solutions. Why? What is finance for? John Kay, with wide practical and academic experience in the world of finance, understands the operation of the financial sector better than most. He believes in good banks and effective asset managers, but good banks and effective asset managers are not what he sees. In a dazzling and revelatory tour of the financial world as it has emerged from the wreckage of the 2008 crisis, Kay does not flinch in his criticism: we do need some of the things that Citigroup and Goldman Sachs do, but we do not need Citigroup and Goldman to do them. And many of the things done by Citigroup and Goldman do not need to be done at all. The finance sector needs to be reminded of its primary purpose: to manage other people's money for the benefit of businesses and households. It is an aberration when the some of the finest mathematical and scientific minds are tasked with devising algorithms for the sole purpose of exploiting the weakness of other algorithms for computerized trading in securities. To travel further down that road leads to ruin. Attn: Author/Narrator If you have any queries please contact me at info19782 @ gmail.com. I will reply as soon as possible, usually within 24 hours. Thanks in advance
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Panel discussion on I, Ching, a muscial about the life of Madame Mao

Panel discussion on I, Ching, a muscial about the life of Madame Mao

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Jiang Qing 江青 (1914-1991) worked as an actress, traveled to the communist base area in Yanan, married Mao Zedong, suffered an odd isolation, but rose to . Jiang Qing, spouse of Chinas paramount leader Chairman Mao Zedong, addresses the crowd on Tiananmen Gate with the support of Premier Zhou.
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Top 10 Best skylines In CHINA 2016  【HD】

Top 10 Best skylines In CHINA 2016 【HD】

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1 HONG KONG 2 SHANG HAI 3 SHEN ZHEN 4 GUANG ZHOU 5 CHONG QING 6 BEI JING 7 NAN JING 8 TIAN JIN 9 HANG ZHOU 10 CHANG SHA
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