More than 11,000 enterprises resumed operations, a decrease of 7.6 percent compared to the same period, sending the total number of newly-established enterprises and enterprises resuming operations in the first two months of this year to 29,200. Thus, on average, around 14,600 enterprises are newly-established and back to operations each month. Besides, the number of enterprises that ceased operations and dissolved also increases. In the first two months, there were 33,600 enterprises suspended operations for a limited period, halted operations to file for dissolution procedures, and complete dissolution procedures, up 18.6 percent over the same period. Particularly, 21,600 enterprises paused business for a limited period, up 34 percent; 8,400 enterprises stopped operations to file for dissolution procedures, down 10.7 percent, and 3,600 enterprises completed dissolution procedures, up 28 percent. On average, 16,800 enterprises leave the market each month, higher than the number of … [Read more...] about More than 18,000 enterprises newly established in first two months
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Since its first appearance on the original "Star Trek" series in 1966, the Starship Enterprise has become a symbol for space travel. Recently, an anonymous engineer claimed that an approximation of this iconic ship could be built in the next two decades. But just how close is mankind to zipping through the stars at warp speed? On the website BuildTheEnterprise.org, a self-proclaimed engineer who identifies himself only as "BTE-Dan" suggests that a working facsimile of the iconic ship could be built and launched over the next 20 to 30 years. The ship would require a few modifications, but would look a great deal like Captain Kirk 's famous ship. Built in space, the ship would never visit the surface of any moon or planet, and so would never need to reach the high speeds necessary to escape surface gravity. The engines would be powered by nuclear reactors onboard the ship, and use argon rather than xenon for propellant, saving a few hundred billion dollars in cost. As an added … [Read more...] about Could We Build Star Trek’s Starship Enterprise?
The Hanoitimes - So far, nearly 600 Vietnamese citizens have been repatriated from Canada. Vietnam Airlines, the national flag carrier, on May 9 operated a flight to repatriate nearly 300 Vietnamese citizens from Canada, the second of its kind from the North American country over the past 10 days. Passengers landed at Van Don International Airport on May 9. Photo: Vietnam Airlines With this flight, Vietnam Airlines has brought home nearly 600 Vietnamese citizens from Canada. The second flight, VN9, from Vancouver to Van Don airport in northern Vietnam brought back people who are children under 18, the elderly, the sick, and students whose dormitories shut down. All passengers have been quarantined after they landed in Vietnam as required by regulations on pandemic prevention and control. On the way from Hanoi to Vancouver on May 8, Vietnam Airlines flew back a number of Canadian citizens. According to Vietnam Airlines, a group of nearly 30 crew members … [Read more...] about Vietnam operates 2nd flight to repatriate citizens from Canada
The Jeju Olle Trail has been called the South Korean Camino de Santiago, the ancient pilgrimage route that leads to the shrine of the apostle St James in Santiago de Compostela, northern Spain. Though the Olle Trail doesn’t lead to resting places of saints, the trek can turn out to be a somewhat religious experience – usually around the time the faint throbbing in the vicinity of your feet becomes palpable. It’s at this stage you start praying the end of the trail is around the next corner. FINDING THE PATH The trail is the brainchild of former news editor Suh Myung Sook. Mentally drained after 23 years as a political journalist, Suh decided to quit her job and do some soul-searching for the next chapter of her life. At age 50, she decided to travel the 800km Camino de Santiago alone. The rustic, unspoiled vistas on the Camino reminded her of Jeju, where she was born and raised. It planted the thought of creating a similar trail back home, to explore “the beauty of … [Read more...] about The beauty of slow travel: Exploring South Korea’s Jeju Island on foot
Hot on the heels of Forbidden Duck's opening in May this year, Chef Alvin Leung – yes, he of the molecular xiao long baos and three Michelin stars – is launching yet another restaurant in Singapore. But don’t expect “nitrogen or spherification or smoke”, he’s quick to warn right off the bat. At 15 Stamford By Alvin Leung, slated to open at the Capitol Kempinski Hotel later this month, he’ll be serving up his “take” on Southeast Asian food, he told us over the phone from Toronto. “I don’t want people expecting frozen chilli crab ice cream or powdered chicken rice,” Leung quipped, with only a hint of impatience. “I want to still maintain all the flavours and DNA of Southeast Asian food, with some minor changes and adaptations through technology,” said the 57-year-old, who, on top of his flagship Bo Innovation and three other restaurants in Hong Kong, has opened establishments in cities including London and Toronto. READ: Fine dining legend Justin Quek's new dish: … [Read more...] about This famous Hong Kong chef wants to reinvent chicken rice and chilli crab