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smart solution! chinese kids wear hats to keep social distance

as while strict social distancing rules are still being enforced, a primary school requests students to wear specially designed “social distancing hats” to keep them safe. 
smart solution! chinese kids wear hats to keep social distance
schoolchildren in eastern china won’t have to wonder how far to stand from their peers now that they’re back in class. their wide, winged hats will do the social distancing for them. 
 
the diy contraption not only keeps them one meter apart, but also gives the kids a creative medium of expression
 
on april 26, students of grade one to grade three in hangzhou, zhejiang province started their new semester. a series of photos show that in yangzheng elementary school, students are wearing pretty peculiar headgear on their first day back in school. 
 
smart solution! chinese kids wear hats to keep social distance
 
the hats, designed by students, are made of easy-fo-find craft materials like construction paper and foam, and decorated with colorful paint, feathers, stickers and even balloons. 
 

smart solution! chinese kids wear hats to keep social distance

smart solution! chinese kids wear hats to keep social distance

△ masks are also required

but the most significant design features are the wing-like flaps. some kids made their long flaps out of colorful cardboard tubes, others out of ballons. some crafty kids decorated their flaps with birds, leaves and rainbows. 
smart solution! chinese kids wear hats to keep social distance
 
“we’re advocating students to wear a one-meter hat and maintain one-meter distance,” the zhejiang daily newspaper quoted hong feng, the school’s vice principal. 
 

smart solution! chinese kids wear hats to keep social distance

△ this kid has written “china, fighting” on his hat

 
with the hats, kids don’t need to worry about social distancing in school, simply because the headgear is already doing it for you. 
 
“as children can see and feel these hats, and when the ‘wings’ hit one another, they may be more able to understand the expectations and remember to keep their physical distance,” said ian lam chun-bun, associated head of the department of early childhood education at the education university of hong kong. 
 
smart solution! chinese kids wear hats to keep social distance
 
along with teaching the students about social distancing, the headgear is giving the kids a history lesson: the hats resemble those who worn during the song dynasty, which ruled china between 960 and 1279. 
 
smart solution! chinese kids wear hats to keep social distance
smart solution! chinese kids wear hats to keep social distance
△ a duke university professor of asian and middle eastern studies explained on twitter
as covid-19 infections decreased in china these days, more and more schools and universities announced their plan to reopen after a long break. nothing beats seeing your friends back in school in goofy cute hats.
 
hopefully, more schools can pick up on this ingenious idea by yangzheng school to encourage safe distancing. 

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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 –

5-day labor day holiday is coming, do you have any travel plans?

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the international labor day holiday begins on may 1st and will last five days this year. there’ll be two adjusted workdays, apr 26 and may 9. 

△ plz click the pic to learn more about

 
it is projected to see the year’s first travel boom according to a report recently released by a chinese online travel agency. more than 80 million people are expected to travel during the holiday, and the number will be double that of the three-day tomb sweeping break in early april. 
 
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traveling abroad though has come to a standstill as the epidemic has hit other countries and regions. instead, the focus has shifted to domestic trips.
 
more than 20 provinces and cities, including huzhou in zhejiang province and changzhou in jiangsu province have issued travel vouchers to local residents. 
 
 
– 02 –
digital rmb will be issued soon! can it be the best e-payment tool? 

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pilot programs of china’s central bank digital currency will soon start in selected regions, including xiongan new area in hebei province, focusing on consumption scenarios such as catering and retail sales. 
 
payments via the upcoming chinese sovereign digital currency could be contactless and the transaction can be achieved when two mobile phones with electronic wallets get close to each other. 
 
different from alipay and wechat pay that rely on the internet, the technology used by the pboc allows the digital currency to be exchanged without the internet, just like using physical cash. 
 
more details: 
 
 
– 03 –
save your chat history well! it can be evidence in civil lawsuits now

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starting from may 1, information posted on social media platforms such as sina weibo and conversations on instant messaging tools like wechat will be accepted as digital evidence by chinese courts hearing civil lawsuits. 
 
a guideline released by the supreme people’s court last year identifies text messages, emails and content published on websites, blogs, microblogs or instant messaging platforms as digital evidence. 
 

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the guideline stipulates that information relating to the following things can also be considered digital evidence admissible in court: 
  • internet users’ registration of online accounts 
  • identities 
  • online transactions 
  • online communication records 
  • online documents (archives, pictures, audio and video recordings,  computing programs, etc) 
– 04 –
 china takes new measures to strengthen quality control on medical supplies exports

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china will step up supervision on exports of non-surgical face masks, which are required to meet the quality standards of either china or respective export destinations starting from april 27, according to a joint release from the ministry of commerce (moc), the general administration of customs and the state administration for market regulation.
 

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the moc will confirm the list of qualified mask manufacturers, and the state administration for market regulation will offer a list of substandard products and producers to provide a basis for customs authorities to clear exports.
 
exporters of non-surgical face masks should file the joint declaration of the exporter and importer when going through customs clearance to make sure they are up to standards and will not be used for surgical purposes, according to the new policy.
 
starting sunday, businesses exporting products verified or registered overseas, including covid-19 testing kits, medical face masks, medical protective suits, ventilators and infrared thermometers, should provide an export declaration of medical supplies to customs authorities, which will then clear the products in accordance to the business lists. 
 
for more about china import & export, please check the website: 
  • https://hasourcing.com
– 05 –
latest schedules of international flights to and from china in may
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as china’s epidemic situation has been improved, more and more international flights begin to resume. some overseas airlines have recently released the schedules of flights between china in the upcoming may, including: 
  • korean air
  • ana
  • jal
  • singapore airlines
  • silkair
more details: 
 
– 06 –
e-tickets in use at all high-speed rail stations
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all high-speed and intercity railway stations on the chinese mainland will allow passengers to use electronic tickets, the country’s top railway operator said on tuesday.
 
with the adoption of e-ticket service on the high-speed line linking lanzhou of gansu province and urumqi of the xinjiang uygur autonomous region on wednesday, all 1,075 high-speed stations will allow passengers to check in without a paper ticket. 
 

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when entering the station and checking in, passengers need only swipe an identification card at the self-service counters. the applicable id types include: 
  • second-generation id card for chinese mainland residents 
  • permanent residence permit for foreign “green card” holders 
  • mainland residence permit or travel permit for hong kong, macao and taiwan residents 
those whose id cannot be read by the machines will be able to check in through the manual channel. 
 
for more about e-ticket or ticket-free railway services, check our previous article: 
– 07 –
attention! beijing to carry out mandatory garbage sorting

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starting friday, beijing will join a club of chinese cities to carry out mandatory garbage sorting in new efforts to protect the environment. 
with the city’s newly revised household waste regulation taking effect, beijing requires people to classify household waste into four categories: kitchen, recyclable, hazardous and other waste

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in addition to communities, beijing’s scenic spots will replace garbage sorting facilities with colored bins for the four types of classified waste. 
in efforts to reduce the garbage volume, the new regulation forbids beijing’s catering services, including online takeaway food outlets to provide disposable tableware such as bamboo chopsticks, plastic spoons, knives and forks. meanwhile, hotels and restaurants will not be allowed to provide disposable items such as toothbrushes, combs, bath wipes, nail files and shoe wipes. 
for more about chinese cities’ regulations on garbage sorting, plz check here: 
– 08 –
shenzhen becomes the first chinese city to ban eating cats and dogs

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shenzhen, as a first-tier city of china and an international trade and technology hub, went a step further, extending the ban to dogs and cats. the new regulations, which passed on april 2, will take effect in may.
“dogs and cats as pets have established a much closer relationship with people than all other animals, and banning the consumption of dogs and cats and other pets is a common practice in developed countries and in china’s hong kong and taiwan,” according to an anonymous senior official.
china’s top legislature said in late february it was banning the trade and consumption of wild animals. provincial and city governments across the country have been moving to enforce the ruling but shenzhen has been the most explicit about extending that ban to dogs and cats. 
 
 
– 09 –
more countries to ease coronavirus restrictions and other measures

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with coronavirus outbreaks at different stages around the world, countries and regions are making changes to their restrictions. here are some of their news: 
 
spain – children are now allowed to leave their homes with an adult once per day. spaniards will be allowed to leave their homes for short walks and exercise starting on may 2. 
 

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italy – from may 4, parks and gardens will reopen, funerals will be allowed, and people will be able to visit relatives in the same region. stores and museums will open may 18. 
 
india – india has allowed the limited reopening of small shops under restrictions, including 50% reduction in staff, physical distancing and wearing masks and gloves during work. larger shops are to reopen when the lockdown ends on may 3. 
 

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singapore – a partial lockdown is in place until may 4 with the wearing of masks mandatory for people outside of their homes. 
 
canada – some of canada’s 10 provinces have announced plans to gradually reopen their economies with social distancing and protective equipment in workplaces. saskatchewan is planning to slowly restart the economy on may 4. ontario said it was extending school closures until may 29. 
 

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argentina – argentina has extended a mandatory nationwide quarantine period until may 10. 
 
mexico – quarantining has been extended until may 30 and mexico’s government has closed schools and non-essential businesses but it has not imposed a strict curfew. 
 
 

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bye bye alipay and wechat pay! digital rmb’s coming!

finally, china will soon start testing its central bank digital currency in selected regions! unlike alipay and wechat pay that rely on the internet, digital currency can be exchanged offline, just like using physical cash. will you use it? 

bye bye alipay and wechat pay! digital rmb's coming!

trials underway
china has started testing its government-backed digital currency in some regions before it is introduced to the public, aiming to replace paper notes and coins in circulation, according to the people’s bank of china, the central bank.
 
related article:  
 

bye bye alipay and wechat pay! digital rmb's coming!

now the trials are being conducted in a closed environment. it is reported that pilot programs will soon start in selected regions, including: 
 
  • shenzhen
  • suzhou 
  • chengdu 
  • xiongan new area in hebei province
the trials will focus on consumption scenarios such as catering and retail sales. a report from sichuan newsnet said that chengdu will apply the digital currency in online and offline consumption activities, xiongan will mainly use it in clearing services, while in shenzhen, bank employees will pay taxes with the digital currency. 
 
bye bye alipay and wechat pay! digital rmb's coming!
 
some of the payment scenarios related to the beijing 2022 winter olympics are also undergoing tests. 
 
 
what’s digital renminbi? 
 
the public can transfer the money in their bank accounts to the digital version and deposit the same in “electronic wallets”. 
 
according to mu changchun, head of the pboc digital currency research institute, payments via the upcoming chinese sovereign digital currency could be contactless and the transaction can be achieved when two mobile phones with electronic wallets get close to each other. 
 
bye bye alipay and wechat pay! digital rmb's coming!
△ a screenshot of the e-wallet
different from the existing electronic payment methods, such as alipay and wechat pay that rely on the internet, digital currency can be exchanged offline when two cellphones get close to each other, said mu.
 
bye bye alipay and wechat pay! digital rmb's coming!
 
he also said it will still be pos­si­ble for peo­ple to ob­tain dig­i­tal cur­rency without a bank ac­count. that means that people will be allowed to use the digital currency without first having to open a bank account with a chinese bank. 
 
what effect will be? 
“compared with paper notes and coins, the digital currency can cut issuing costs, such as expenses on printing, transportation and management,” said dong ximiao, a researcher at national institution for finance and development. 
 
the digital renminbi will replace part of cash in the future but will not eliminate all banknotes soon. “paying with cash and digital currency will coexist for a long time,” said dong.
 
bye bye alipay and wechat pay! digital rmb's coming!
 
we’ve introduced digital currency in our previous articles, you can check the following links to know more: 
 
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all covid-19 patients in wuhan have now been discharged!

after more than three months of arduous fight, wuhan, the chinese city once hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak, cleared all covid-19 cases in hospitals on sunday. 
0 hospitalized cases
the number of hospitalized covid-19 patients in wuhan, the central china city hardest hit by the epidemic, has dropped to zero, a health official said sunday. 
 
this came as a 77-year-old man surnamed ding tested negative for the second time for coronavirus in the capital city of hubei province. he no longer had clinical symptoms and was able to be discharged. 
 
“the latest news is that by april 26, the number of novel coronavirus patients in wuhan was at zero, thanks to the joint efforts of wuhan and medical staff fro around the country,” national health commission spokesman mi feng said at a press conference. 
 
 
by saturday, 82,827 confirmed covid-19 cases had been reported on the chinese mainland. more than 93.4% of them had recovered. 
 
sunday’s announcement was a new testament that the local spread of covid-19 in the country has basically been curbed. 
 
it was also a milestone for wuhan. this came five days after its cases dropped to double digits and less than 70 days after daily hospitalized cases peaked at 38,020. 
 
“it is a historic day,” said shang you, a critical care unit doctor in wuhan. “we have been waiting for this day for so long.”
 

all covid-19 patients in wuhan have now been discharged!

 
life goes normal
 
life is returning to normal. 
 
wuhan and the province of hubei were put in lockdown near the end of january and began to re-open from late-march and early this month. 
 

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so far, hubei’s work resumption rate of major industrial firms has reached 98.2 percent and most of their workers have got back to work. 
 

all covid-19 patients in wuhan have now been discharged!

 
schools will soon open. students in the final year of senior high schools in hubei are expected to return to classes on may 6. 
 
for more info about chinese schools’ opening time, plz check our previous article:  

all covid-19 patients in wuhan have now been discharged!

△ graduating students in guangdong go back to schools today

 
 

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