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check the radiation level of your phone.

xiaomi mi a1 emits the highest level of radiation in a list of current smartphone models, followed by the oneplus 5t, according to research conducted the german federal office for radiation protection. 

check the radiation level of your phone.

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the list of top 16 smartphones emitting the most radiation, compiled by statista — based on the data provided by the german body, is majorly dominated by models by xiaomi and oneplus, whereas samsung phones are found to lead the range of least radiation level models. 

particularly, the samsung galaxy note 8 and zte axon elite have emerged as the lowest radiation-emitting phones with a specific absorption rate (sar) of 0.17 watts per kilogram.

check the radiation level of your phone.

the list published by statista shows that, 

  • xiaomi mi a1 emits the most radiation with a specific absorption rate of 1.74 watts per kilogram, 

  • oneplus 5t, which comes second, has an absorption rate of 1.68 watts per kilogram. 

  • mi max 3 sits at the third position with the specific absorption rate of 1.58 watts per kilogram. 

  • oneplus 6t, which is oneplus’ latest flagship, is also amongst the five phones emitting the highest level of radiation with an absorption rate of 1.55 watts per kilogram.

check the radiation level of your phone.

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among the other models that figured in the top of the list mi mix 3 and oneplus 6t, again from these two manufacturers itself. google pixel 3xl is listed in the 7th position while the iphone 7 is at the 9th position.

as mentioned, samsung has emerged as the best brand in this research with not a single entry among the highest radiation emitting phones. on the other hand, a number of samsung phones draw up the list of least radiating phones. 

these include,

  • galaxy note 8, 

  • galaxy a8 (2018), 

  • galaxy s8 , 

  • galaxy s7 edge, 

  • galaxy s9 . 

check the radiation level of your phone.

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apart from samsung’s models, the other phones to be listed among the less harmful of smartphones there are, 

  • zte axon elite, 

  • lg g7 thinq, 

  • htc u11 life, 

  • moto g5 plus.

the factor to be considered here is that there is as such no universal acceptable standard as far as the radiation emission is concerned. germany, however, has a certification organization that goes by the name blue angels (‘der blaue engel’, in german) that has fixed a limit of 0.6watts per kilogram below which it refuses to certify phones for sales in the country from the environment friendly perspective. many top models may fail this test.

don’t forget your rights as a foreigner working in china!

nowadays, more and more foreigners are working in china, and the their rights and interests of working in china are being increasingly protected

#today we will introduce these details which may help you in some extent. 

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1

you have the right to receive the original hard copy of your contract that is signed and chopped (red sealed) at the time you sign an employee agreement.

don't forget your rights as a foreigner working in china!

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2

you have the right to receive a written job description prior to signing your contract to make sure that job description is specific, in english, and not so vague your hours, working days, work location, pay rate, holidays, bonus, visa costs, air fare reimbursement, release letters… are clearly spelled out in no uncertain terms.

don't forget your rights as a foreigner working in china!

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you cannot be compelled nor forced to do anything not specified in your job description (which you should insist becomes and exhibit to your contract and also gets signed and chopped. this stops you from being used as a marketing monkey in shopping malls on the street handing out flyers).

don't forget your rights as a foreigner working in china!

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your probationary period cannot exceed one month for each year of your employment contract. if you are asked to sign a one year contract, your probation period should not exceed one month. if however, you sign acontract that specifies a 3 or 6 month probationary period, you are implicitly waiving your right on this issue.

don't forget your rights as a foreigner working in china!

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if you hold an fec (foreign experts certificate) you cannot be compelled to unpaid overtime hours without your consent. this one protection alone is worth about 5,000 – 10,000 rmb every month to some expat teachers in china.

 

don't forget your rights as a foreigner working in china!

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you have the right to receive both an invitation letter and release letter free of charge (these are both legal requirements and administrative duties of the employer).

don't forget your rights as a foreigner working in china!

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you have a right to a z visa if employed in china (again, this is a legal duty of the employers and of anyone tells you that you only get a z visa after you complete your probationary period they are surely a scam operation to be avoided.

don't forget your rights as a foreigner working in china!

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china implements tougher punishments on black market banking!

we have posted an article last month to introduce that china will implement tougher punishments on underground bankers moving money in and out of the country as fears of capital flight grow.

china implements tougher punishments on black market banking!

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new notice on management 

of underground transactions

the supreme people’s court and the supreme people’s procuratorate issued the notice on january 31, saying the rule would apply to underground transactions that involved at least 5 million yuan (us$74,000) or resulted in a profit of 100,000 yuan.

china implements tougher punishments on black market banking!

 

the statement also stressed that the authorities were expanding their scope from the underground channelling of money offshore to include illegal “contra trading” of foreign currencies.

china implements tougher punishments on black market banking!

underground bankers trading in large amounts of foreign currencies will now be charged with the crime of operating an illegal business and risk more than five years in jail, according to a judicial notice that took effect from the start of the month.

 

before this, offenders were only fined.

illegal contra cross-border money transfers

in contra trading, the money changer holds accounts inside and outside the country and tries to match the demand of buyers and sellers of different currencies, without the need for the funds to cross the border.

clients in china send an agreed amount to the banker’s account in china, and the banker then remits the equivalent in foreign currency to the customers’ overseas accounts. the banker carries out a similar transaction with overseas clients, getting them to put money in the banker’s overseas account before remitting the money to the overseas customers’ accounts in china.

china implements tougher punishments on black market banking!

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the procuratorate said illegal payments and foreign currency trading through underground banks had been on the rise in recent years.

dealers used to profit from buying low and selling high on local foreign currency black markets. now they had shifted to illegal contra cross-border money transfers, substantial capital outflows that were unmonitored, the procuratorate said.

“the major business for most underground banks is now contra payments, leading to huge capital outflows and great damage to society. it’s the major target of our crackdown,” the procuratorate said in the notice.

measure to curb capital outflows 

chinese authorities have stepped up action to curb capital outflows in the past couple of years as individuals and companies have sought better investment opportunities overseas to counter the weak yuan and slower economic growth.

that action has included: 

  • a ban on domestic cryptocurrency exchanges;

  • stricter disclosure requirements for individuals buying foreign currencies;

  • tighter limits on corporate investments abroad.

china implements tougher punishments on black market banking!

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as these routes offshore have narrowed, many have turned to the black market.

the state administration of foreign exchange said that in august last year a man from henan province tried to move more than 100 million yuan overseas via illegal operators using a contra system.

the man, surnamed guo, was fined over 8 million yuan, the highest fine for an individual that year, the administration said.

market purchase trading mode

china implements tougher punishments on black market banking!

many foreigners doing business in china will choose to exchange foreign currency in the black market because the factories can’t not provide fapiao (chinese invoices) and there is no way to export the goods overseas. for this reason, the government promoted market purchase in yiwu in 2016.

china implements tougher punishments on black market banking!

in order to solve the legality of export without invoice, hacos also obtained thefirst batch of pilot enterprise qualifications in guangzhou in 2017. in 2018, more than 100 chinese and foreign customers purchased and exported through this mode. 

at the same time, we also assisted foreign investors to settle foreign exchanges withmore than 16 million us dollars. the clients no longer have to worry about their funds being frozen. in 2018, we held five lectures on market purchase, which enabled more and more people to enjoy the convenience of the new mode.

china implements tougher punishments on black market banking!

china implements tougher punishments on black market banking!

the monitoring will be stricter certainly, and it is time to legalize your business.

things you didn’t know until you came to china!

for foreigners who have lived in china for a while, what is the matter that you didn’t know until you came here? below are some relevant experiences shared by some foreigners friends in china. let’s take a look together.

1

new year’s red envelopes are a custom in china.

 

things you didn't know until you came to china!

 

on the first day after the new year, there are many people who come to me to get red envelopes. why should i give it to them? why are they asking red envelopes with confidence? 

2

must learn to squat on the toilet.

 

things you didn't know until you came to china!

if you see a hole like this in a small room, this is the toilet. many toilets in china are holes on the floor, commonly known as squat pits. many shopping malls in china also have such toilets.

3

not all chinese women have a great deal of money, but all of them have a great deal of  express

 

things you didn't know until you came to china!

 

at the beginning, i saw that my colleagues had express delivery every day. i thought my colleagues were super rich. later, i learned that online shopping in china is not only fast delivery but also exempted from postage.

4

mobile payment can pay anywhere.

 

things you didn't know until you came to china!

no need to bring money out, even small vendors can use alipay and wechat.

5

chinese food is actually very delicious.

 

things you didn't know until you came to china!

the chinese restaurants we saw abroad and the chinese restaurants in china were completely different!

6

most chinese people don’t know kung fu.

 

things you didn't know until you came to china!

i always think that every chinese know kung fu, and it’s really a good misunderstanding.

7

wreath≠flower

 

things you didn't know until you came to china!

if someone else’s door suddenly has wreaths and music, it’s because someone died, they are holding a ceremony. that flower is not a flower for viewing, it is used to pay homage to the dead.

8

china’s vegetables and fruits are super cheap

 

things you didn't know until you came to china!

 

when i first arrived in china, i saw only 10 yuan a watermelon. in japan, i had to spend five or six thousand yen to get one in japan. so i bought six immediately and shared it with my roommate.

9

often traffic jams in china

 

things you didn't know until you came to china!

before coming to china, it’s very hard for me to spend 40 minutes every day to take a train from the hague to amsterdam to attend school.

after arriving at the great wall of china, we haven’t left beijing after an hour’s drive without traffic jam. if you are in the netherlands, you must have already arrived in belgium or germany!

10

be patient and queue up for women’s toilets in chinese shopping malls.

 

things you didn't know until you came to china!

at a time i had dinner at a mall and saw a lot of people waiting outside the women’s toilet in line. after half an hour, i found that the queue was longer.

11

trees in china will be brushed the lime powder

 

things you didn't know until you came to china!

i was so surprised when i first came to china. no matter what kind of variety, all the trees are white near the ground and the same height!

12

it’s hot all the time no matter what you wear in summer.

 

things you didn't know until you came to china!

 

everyone thinks that africa is the hottest area in the world, however, it’s hot all the time no matter what you wear in china in summer.

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