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wechat id can be changed finally!

every time wechat gets upgraded, many users always wonder when they can change their wechat id again. now finally, this feature is open to the android users and soon will be available to the ios users. 
wechat id can be changed finally!
 
wechat id is unique identifiers a user account. it is used for logging in and allows users to easily find you by searching your wechat id. 
 
however, users could not change or remove a wechat id if set once. that means, if you’ve set your id with your private information or you just don’t like it anymore, sorry, all you can do is to take it. 
 

wechat id can be changed finally!

no matter for information security reasons, or for personal preferences, many users want to change the id again. 
 
wechat id can be changed finally!
△ “i was so stupid to set the id with my full name and phone number!” 

wechat id can be changed finally!

△ “i want to change my id because i’ve set it with my ex’s name… that’s embarassing!” 
now, wechat finally introduces the feature. it is currently available in the latest version (wechat 7.0.15) for android, and will be launched on ios soon. 
 

wechat id can be changed finally!

wechat id can be changed finally!

according to the wechat team, wechat id can only be changed once per year. if you’ve set your id within a year, you will be able to change it on the expiry. 
 
 
q&as
 
q1: what are the format requirements for wechat id setting? 
 
wechat id must be 6-20 characters starting with a letter. it can contain numbers, letters, underscores and minus signs. 
 

wechat id can be changed finally!

q2: what conditions need to be met for the setting? 
 
first, the wechat id has not been modified within the last year. second, the wechat account currently has no security risk.
 
q3: will it affect the third-party operation authorized by wechat after changing the id? 
 
no, it will not. 
 
q4: will my wechat friends receive a reminder after i change the id? 
 
no, they will not. 
 
q5: can my account be found by searching the former id? 
 
no. your friends can only find you via your current wechat id, the former one will be unavailable anymore. 
 
therefore, we suggest you update your contact information in time after changing your wechat id. 
do you like this new feature? please leave a comment below and tell us!
 

latest news! hk airport reopens to transit passengers, but…

hong kong international airport (hkia) is resuming transit services starting from june, after two months of suspension in an effort to control the spread of the coronavirus. does it mean hk is reopening? let’s check the latest info. 
latest news! hk airport reopens to transit passengers, but...
 
transit services are back
 
hong kong international airport (hkia) has, from june 1, resumed allowing some transit passengers to use the airport
 
according to the airport’s notice, from 1 june 2020 until further notice, only transit/transfer passengers who have been checked through at the origin port and take transit/transfer flights operated by the same airline group are accepted at hkia. 
 

latest news! hk airport reopens to transit passengers, but...

 
the opening up will be operated gradually. transit through the airport to and from the mainland will not be allowed in the first phase. 
 
the no-entry restriction for non-hong kong residents from overseas remains unchanged according to hong kong sar government. here are the detailed measures effective from march 25: 
 
  1. all non-hong kong residents coming from overseas countries/regions by plane will be denied entry to hong kong. 
  2. all non-hong kong residents coming from the mainland, macao and taiwan will be subject to a 14-day compulsory quarantine after entering hong kong, but entry will be denied if any non-hong kong resident has been to any overseas countries/regions in the 14 days prior to arrival in hong kong. 
  3. cross-boundary land transport and cross-boundary ferry transfer services are suspended for all passengers at hong kong international airport.
 
mandatory quarantine extended
 
speaking of the quarantine measures, hong kong will extend mandatory quarantine for all inbound travelers from the mainland, macao and taiwan that was set to expire sunday for another month to july 7.
 
at a press conference yesterday afternoon, the city’s secretary for food and health sophia chan announced the extension, saying the city government is considering relaxing restrictions on arrivals from outside in a bid to exchange economic activities. 
 
latest news! hk airport reopens to transit passengers, but...
 
as regards arrivals from foreign countries and regions, the city will extend mandatory quarantine for them that will expire june 18 for three months to sept 18
 
starting from feb 8, hong kong has been requiring all inbound travelers entering hong kong from the mainland, including both hong kong residents and non-hong kong residents, to undergo a mandatory quarantine for 14 days. 
 
latest news! hk airport reopens to transit passengers, but...
 
according to chan, certain groups of people can be exempted, including cross-boundary students and businessmen. detailed measures will be released soon. 

new policies in china affect you from today! let’s check

a series of new policies and measures have now been formally adopted and come into force. let’s see how they will affect your everyday life in china and check the updates of important news! 

– 01 –

@boss, you can save a lot now! tax preferential policies to be prolonged

new policies in china affect you from today! let's check

in february, china has introduced a series of policies that employers’ contributions to the old-age pension, unemployment and workplace safety insurance plans will be lowered or waived to cushion the impact of the outbreak on enterprises. 
 
micro, small and medium-sized enterprises in provinces other than hubei would be eligible for a waiver of the contributions from february to june. and the vat rate for small-scale taxpayers would drop from 3% to 1% in other regions from march to may. 
 
new policies in china affect you from today! let's check
 
the deadline is currently extended to the end of this year. in other words, small and medium enterprises (smes) will be exempted from the contributions for the year. and the vat for small-scale taxpayers will be further lowered. 
 
meanwhile, china will defer income tax payments for small companies with thin profit margins, as well as individually-owned businesses. small companies with thin profit margins are allowed to suspend payments of corporate income tax from may 1 to dec 31 this year until the first filing period in 2021, once they complete required filing procedures. 
 
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– 02 –
127th canton fair will be held online in this month, are you ready? 

new policies in china affect you from today! let's check

due to the spread of the coronavirus pandemic around the world, china will host the 127th china import and export fair, or canton fair, online from june 15 to 24
 
the fair, widely known as a barometer of china’s foreign trade and held twice a year in guangzhou, capital of guangdong, was previously scheduled between wednesday and may 5. 
 
as the largest international trade event in china, the canton fair will use its 127th session to increase the stability of global industrial supply chains and promote multilateral, barrier-free trade. 
 
powered by information technology, the new website will provide one-stop trading experience covering online promotion, business matchmaking and negotiation to its buyers and exhibitors around the globe. 
 
 
– 03 –
wear a helmet or risk being fined! china to implement new rules to bring down traffic deaths

new policies in china affect you from today! let's check

the social media tag “helmet price increased” has recently spread like wildfire on china’s social media platforms. the reason why the bike helmet prices got crazy is that the campaign “one helmet, one belt” will take effect on june 1. 
 
the chinese ministry of public security (mps) launched the campaign in order to protect people on the roads by mandating scooter riders to wear helmets and car drivers to fasten their seatbelts. 
 
accidents involving motorcycles, electric scooters and cars are the leading cause of deaths in traffic mishaps in china. craniocerebral injury accounts for about 80 percent of deaths among motorcyclists and electric scooter riders.
– 04 –
more airlines plan to resume international flights to and from china in june

new policies in china affect you from today! let's check

many airlines have canceled the majority of their flights in recent months as they struggled to cope with both a drastic decline in travel demand and government restrictions. now, a few carriers are planning to resume some flights in june, including: 
 
  • united airlines 

  • turkish airlines 

  • qatar airways

  • korean air

  • klm

  • cathay pacific 

  • british airways 

  • air serbia 

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– 05 –
dragon boat festival is coming, let’s enjoy a holiday

new policies in china affect you from today! let's check

dragon boat festival, also known as duanwu festival, falls on june 25 this year. there will be a 3-day holiday from june 25 to 27, and an adjusted workday on june 28. 
 
new policies in china affect you from today! let's check
 
many traditional customs and activities are held on the specified day by people in china and even by people in neighboring asian countries. dragon boat racing and eating zongzi are the central customs of the festival. 
 
but this year, most of the dragon boat races have been canceled due to the coronavirus.  
 
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– 06 –
guangdong will reopen kindergartens from early june
new policies in china affect you from today! let's check
south china’s guangdong province will reopen kindergartens and special education schools starting june 2 as the covid-19 epidemic in the country has been subdued. 
 
local kindergartens and special education schools, however, should first pass on-site checks and receive government approvals for reopening, said wang chuang, deputy director of the provincial education department. 
 
after checks and approvals, after-school training institutions can also resume offline training starting june 2. 
– 07 –
more countries to ease covid-19 restrictions

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more countries in europe and asia began to ease restrictions and resume operations. 
 
italy has now recorded fewer than 600 new cases per day for eight consecutive days, a dramatic drop from peaks of more than 6,000 new infections a day, when italy was the epicenter of the pandemic in late march. 
 

new policies in china affect you from today! let's check

the next step toward easing will come on june 3, when italians will be allowed to move freely between regions even if for non-essential reasons. it will be the first time such travels will be allowed since march 9, the day before the national lockdown entered into force. 
 
many businesses across turkey on sunday also prepared to resume operation for the first time after over two months of closure amid a slowdown in the spread of covid-19. 
 
restaurants, cafes, parks, beaches, daycare centers, kindergartens, libraries, sports facilities, swimming pools, and museums will be operational as of june 1 as part of the new normalization process announced on may 28. 
 

new policies in china affect you from today! let's check

likewise, the egyptian government on sunday announced a decision to reduce its curfew from 10 hours to nine, following a meeting led by prime minister mostafa madbouly. 
 
the government has already started gradual reopening of services and offices suspended since mid-march amid a “coexistence plan” to maintain anti-coronavirus precautionary measures while resuming services, businesses and economic activities. 
 

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mask-free life’s gradually back! they don’t need to wear mask

starting from this week, students and teachers from several districts in guangzhou are not required to wear masks at school. in addition, certain groups of people go mask free now according to the latest notice issued by the national health commission. 
mask-free life's gradually back! they don't need to wear mask
recently, many parents in guangzhou have received a message concerning that students no longer need to wear a mask at school. this measure is effective from this week. 
 
mask-free life's gradually back! they don't need to wear mask
△ notice posted by a secondary school on its wechat account, saying that teachers and students can take off their masks at school from may 26. 
 
it is reported that the education departments in districts such as yuexiu, liwan, haizhu, huangpu, baiyun and panyu have already issued the related notice to the schools in their jurisdictions. 
 
according to the national health commission’s guidelines on wearing masks, personnel at primary and secondary schools need to carry disposable medical masks or surgical masks.
 
for students and teachers, they don’t need to wear masks at school; for other staff at school, they need to wear disposable medical masks or surgical masks. 
 
starting from this week, mostly from friday, students can take off their masks after coming back to the classroom, and need to wear the mask when leaving school. 
 
mask-free life's gradually back! they don't need to wear mask
mask-free life's gradually back! they don't need to wear mask
 
earlier this month, the national health commission and ministry of education have jointly released a notice, focusing on control and prevention of covid-19 at kindergartens, elementary, junior and senior high schools.
 
according to the notice, students in areas with low risks of infection of the novel coronavirus are not required to wear masks at school as many local governments are stepping up efforts to reopen classrooms. 
 
meanwhile, schools still need to continue measures for prevention and control to ensure safety. mass gatherings should be strictly controlled and any on-site meeting must have prior approval of the local education authorities, the notice said. 
 
mask-free life's gradually back! they don't need to wear mask

mask-free life's gradually back! they don't need to wear mask

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