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short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry…

recently, a tiktok post on the weibo revealed one of the four-generation clips had garnered two million likes. kassy cho from buzzfeed brought the meme to the non-tiktok masses with her tweets friday morning, and naturally, the internet fell quickly in love.

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from the youth and lively child to the hobbled octogenarians, four generations appeared in a “mother” call. finally, an old woman came out slowly with a smile, she may not understand the children’s game, but still respond “hey” happily.

what’s the #fourgenerations challenge?

the clips were created on the massively popular chinese app douyin, also known as tiktok, which lets users create short clips up to 15 seconds, set to music. 

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

each video starts with either a son or daughter on screen, calling for their dad or mom respectively. then that dad or mom appears, and calls for their dad or mom. then that parent calls for their parent, until four generations are standing together.

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

it goes viral overseas!

so far, kassy cho’s tweet has been retweeted by 340,000 people, liked by 1.36 million people and received more than 19.1 million views.

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

this stream of affection from china has touched the world’s netizens and attracted extensive media coverage.

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

the concept is simple, each video beginning with a young child calling out to their mother or father. then the parent enters the room smiling, turns around and calls out to their own parent. the next generation then enters smiling and does the same.

you can’t help but smile by the time the great-grandparent, with an ear-to-ear grin, comes into the frame.

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

 

in chinese culture it is common for multiple generations of a single family to live together under one roof. and with the lunar new year festive period approaching there is a particular emphasis on reuniting with family and being together with loved ones.

memes and online challenges can often be confusing, offensive, or dangerous. but a new viral meme originating from china, called ‘four generations under one roof’, has a far more wholesome feel.

comments from the netizens

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

overseas edition

now, the #fourgenerations challenge has swept across the foreign social media, and a great deal of foreign netizens are following suit.

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short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

short video from tik tok goes viral will make you cry...

you’ll be blacklisted for these transactions! strict rule!

from january 1st, individuals with more than 50,000 rmb transactions and more than 200,000 rmb transfers will be strictly investigated! the following transfer circumstances will also be strictly checked, so please pay attention!

you'll be blacklisted for these transactions! strict rule!

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try to avoid these transactions

  • a single or cumulative transaction of more than rmb 50,000 (including 50,000 yuan), foreign currency equivalent of more than 10,000 us dollars (including 10,000 us dollars) of cash receipts and payments within a day.

  • company transfers the amount of more than rmb 2 million (including rmb 2 million) and foreign currency equivalent of more than usd 200,000 (including usd 200,000) from the company account to other accounts within a day.

  • domestic transfer from your personal bank account to another account on a single or cumulative transaction of more than rmb 500,000 (including rmb 500,000) and foreign currency equivalent of more than usd 100,000 (including usd 100,000) within a day.

  • cross-border transfers from your personal bank account to another account on a single or cumulative transaction of more than rmb 200,000 (including rmb 200,000) and foreign currency equivalent of  more than usd 10,000 (including usd 10,000) within a day.

is your current way of 

exchange money legal?

all the above transactions will be monitored by the bank. in fact, the bank has been monitoring the large-value transactions for awhile. 80% of the national economy in china currently are private enterprises

most of these small and micro-size enterprises receive payments through individual accounts, so these transactions are hard to be detected by the government before. 

after learning from all parties, the bank is currently only focusing on key monitoring related to criminal activities such as money laundering, terrorist financing, and fraud.

you'll be blacklisted for these transactions! strict rule!

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for a variety of reasons, small and medium-sized foreign trade enterprises mainly rely on the purchase of orders, and through the black market agents to change the us dollar to rmb to purchase in china. this mode of trade is the target of the bank’s key monitoring and leads to a series of problems.

  • black market agents received a lot of money from different channels, often quickly transferred in and out, unable to provide any receipt, and became the key monitoring objects of the bank.

  • it usually happens that a black market account is frozen because of unknown source of funds, money laundering, terrorist financing, fraud or etc, all other accounts that have been in contact with this account in a certain period will be frozen. 

  • if your funds have been frozen, they can not be used for half a year or even longer. what’s worse, funds will be even confiscated. 

  • if the circumstances are serious, it will be required to cooperate with government departments to investigate and influence the entry/exit of hong kong or the mainland.

the key is that there is no problem with your funds, because you have to deal with the accounts of the black market agents, you have to bear these consequences and take a risk.

so please avoid transactions with these illegal accounts!

market purchase trading mode

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.

you'll be blacklisted for these transactions! strict rule!

in order to solve the legality of export without invoice, hacos also obtained the first 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 with more 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.

you'll be blacklisted for these transactions! strict rule!

you'll be blacklisted for these transactions! strict rule!

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

attention! goods exported to saudi arabia needs to complete…

since 2019, a lot of new regulations are on the way! recently, the saudi standards, metrology and quality organization (saso) issued an urgent notice to launch saber platform for online certification since jan 1st, 2019.

attention! goods exported to saudi arabia needs to complete...

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it is scheduled to be a transitional period from january 1 to february 1, 2019. it is revised that since january 1, 2019, all medium and high-risk products must hold a certificate of conformity issued by the saber platform before they can be cleared at the saudi customs. 

the saudi side emphasizes that all product testing organizations should abide by the requirements of the platform and issue a product certificate after reaching the standard. all importers, exporters and manufacturers must use the corresponding product certificate issued by the saber platform to complete import and export and sales. at the same time, any product qualification certificate issued by other platform will be avoided. 

attention! goods exported to saudi arabia needs to complete...

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what is saber?

  • saber system is an electronic service developed by saso that helps you receive your e-certificates of conformity for products conforming to saudi standards and specifications. therefore, for chinese export companies, it is necessary to pay attention to the saber certification program.

  • saber is a new updated version based on saso certification system that will be gradually replaced

major changes of saber

 

saber is a new assessment program for the compliance of products and batches of goods to saudi arabia. the importance of saber is to confirm that product complies with saudi standards and regulations, and to protect investors from fraud when importing any high or medium-risk products, while preventing false and substandard products and ensuring that the product does not affect consumers’ health and safety.

saber certification is a new online application system launched by saso. saber is actually a network tool for product registration, distribution and acquisition of compliance coc certificates.

according to saber, products will be classified according to risk categories: high-medium-low; depending on the risk category, different conformity inspection procedures will be adopted and will be performed by different accreditation bodies.

attention! goods exported to saudi arabia needs to complete...

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saber certification process

 

1st stage: pc certificate

(product certificate certification)

  • importer registers saber system account.

  • the importer enters the application information into the saber system.

  • the importer selects a issuing authority in the saber system.

  • pay for pc certificate.

  • the issuing authority receives the application and contacts the exporter to provide the certification documents.

  • the issuing authority shall submit the approved documents to saber system.

  • issue pc certificate with 1 year validity.

2nd stage:scoc certificate

(inspection certificate)

  • the importer submit scoc application to saber system.

  • the issuing authority confirm  validity of pc certificate.

  • pay pc certificate fee.

  • issue of scoc certificate that is only for this batch of imported goods.

china’s 6-month “cyber crackdown” starts!

starting this month, china’s cyber watchdog is kicking off a six-month internet crackdown. these platforms are being scrutinized for what’s deemed negative and harmful content.  china's 6-month

  • websites, 

  • online forums, 

  • instant messengers,

  • live streaming,

  • etc.

china's 6-month

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according to a release by the cac, the administrative group is attempting to clean up the country’s ‘cyber ecology’ by rooting out 12 types of content, which are listed below:

  • obscene pornography,

  • vulgar content,

  • bloody violence,

  • terror and horror content,

  • gambling, 

  • defrauding, 

  • internet rumors,

  • superstitious thought,

  • calling names and raising mischief, 

  • threatening or menacing behaviour,

  • sensational headline writing,

  • instigating hatred.

the operation got off to a roaring start, with big names baidu and sohu first on the hit list. representatives from both companies were summoned for talks with beijing’s cyberspace regulators last week and scolded for spreading vulgar content. several of their news feeds were suspended for a week.

to put that into context, imagine if google was asked to pull down parts of its news section. that’s basically what happened here.

none of this is new of course. and if 2018 was anything to go by, this year could see more clampdown on web content providers.

china's 6-month

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late last year, more than 9,800 accounts on wechat and weibo were shuttered for causing “chaos” on the internet. another 110,000 social media accounts were axed during the winter holiday season.

authorities left a warning: for the first time ever, they said strict controls on social media accounts will become the new norm.

china's 6-month

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the focus appears to have turned towards individuals more often than before — and content platforms have taken to self-censorship to avoid provoking the government.

in a high profile case in october, an internet celebrity saw her live streaming account suspended after she broadcasted herself singing the national anthem in what was deemed a disrespectful way. she was later detained by police for five days.

china's 6-month

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more recently, linkedin temporarily blocked the profile page of a human rights activist in china, citing “requirements of the chinese government”. the company later said the the profile was taken down in error and restored it.

meanwhile some chinese twitter users told the washington post that state security agents showed up at their doorsteps, demanding that they delete tweets related to politically sensitive topics. some said their accounts were hacked.

china's 6-month

china's 6-month

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but there are more ways to get yourself in trouble besides saying the wrong things.

virtual private network (vpn) services, which enable chinese internet surfers to circumvent china’s great firewall to reach censored websites, are drawing increasing scrutiny. individuals selling vpn software have been convicted.

and users aren’t immune either: lately in a rare case, a man was fined us$164 for accessing foreign websites using a vpn.

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