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Ting Zhang – Faculty & Research

  • Zhang, Ting, and Max Bazerman. “Managerial Decision Biases.” In Encyclopedia of Management Theory. Volume 1 edited by Eric H. Kessler, 470–474.
    Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2013. View Details

  • Zhang, Ting, and Leslie A. Perlow. “Developmental Relationships.” Harvard Business School Background Note 421-045, October 2020. View Details
  • Akinola, Modupe, Caitlin Snow, Ting Zhang, and Katherine Phillips. “Strathmore Medical College.” Columbia CaseWorks Series. New York: Columbia Business School Case No. 170407, 2016. Electronic. View Details
All Publications Ting Zhang is an Assistant Professor of Business Administration in the Organizational Behavior Unit at Harvard Business School, where she teaches the Leadership and Organizational Behavior course (LEAD) in the Required Curriculum.

Professor Zhang examines how organizations can better develop individuals through advising and mentoring. In particular, she investigates how reversing traditional models of learning–by making experts novices, and novices experts–improves these interactions. Her research has been published in journals such as the

Academy of Management Journal, Management Science, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Psychological Science, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, and Research in Organizational Behavior and covered in media outlets including The Atlantic, New York Times, and The Washington Post. Professor Zhang has received awards for her research and teaching, including the William H. Newman Award, Academy of Management Organizational Behavior Division Best Paper based on Dissertation Award, and the Student Association Faculty Award for teaching excellence.

Professor Zhang earned an A.B. in Economics and Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Harvard University. Prior to joining HBS, she was a Postdoctoral Research Scholar in the Management Division at Columbia Business School, where she taught Managerial Negotiations. 

Journal Articles
  • Zhang, Ting, and Michael S. North. “What Goes Down When Advice Goes Up: Younger Advisers Underestimate Their Impact.”
    Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin
    46, no. 10 (October 2020): 1444–1460. View Details
  • Zhang, Ting, Francesca Gino, and Joshua D. Margolis. “Does ‘Could’ Lead to Good? On the Road to Moral Insight.Academy of Management Journal 61, no. 3 (June 2018): 857–895. View Details
  • Kim, Tami, Ting Zhang, and Michael I. Norton. “Pettiness in Social Exchange.” Journal of Experimental Psychology: General
    148, no. 2 (February 2019): 361–373. View Details
  • Zhang, Ting, Francesca Gino, and Michael I. Norton. “The Surprising Effectiveness of Hostile Mediators.” Management Science 63, no. 6 (June 2017): 1972–1992. View Details
  • Sezer, Ovul, Ting Zhang, Francesca Gino, and Max Bazerman. “Overcoming the Outcome Bias: Making Intentions Matter.” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 137 (November 2016): 13–26. View Details
  • Zhang, Ting, Pinar O. Fletcher, Francesca Gino, and Max H. Bazerman. “Reducing Bounded Ethicality: How to Help Individuals Notice and Avoid Unethical Behavior.
    ” Special Issue on Bad Behavior. Organizational Dynamics 44, no. 4 (October–December 2015): 310–317. View Details
  • Zhang, Ting, Francesca Gino, and Max Bazerman. “Morality Rebooted: Exploring Simple Fixes to Our Moral Bugs.” Research in Organizational Behavior 34 (2014): 63–79. View Details
  • Zhang, Ting, Tami Kim, Alison Wood Brooks, Francesca Gino, and Michael I. Norton. “A ‘Present’ for the Future: The Unexpected Value of Rediscovery.”
    Psychological Science
    25, no. 10 (October 2014): 1851–1860. View Details
Book Chapters
  • Lu, Jackson G., Ting Zhang, Derek D. Rucker, and Adam D. Galinsky. “On the Distinction between Selfish and Unethical Behavior.” In Atlas of Moral Psychology, edited by Kurt Gray and Jesse Graham, 465–474. New York: Guilford Press, 2018. View Details
  • Zhang, Ting, and Max Bazerman. “Managerial Decision Biases.” In Encyclopedia of Management Theory. Volume 1 edited by Eric H. Kessler, 470–474. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2013. View Details
Cases and Teaching Materials
  • Zhang, Ting, and Leslie A. Perlow. “Developmental Relationships.” Harvard Business School Background Note 421-045, October 2020. View Details
  • Akinola, Modupe, Caitlin Snow, Ting Zhang, and Katherine Phillips. “Strathmore Medical College.” Columbia CaseWorks Series. New York: Columbia Business School Case No. 170407, 2016. Electronic. View Details
Additional Information
In The News

Zhang Tingting(zhang ting ting ) – Singers

Zhang Tingting

Zhang Tingting, a native of Taipei, was scratched on the hood with a knife by the public on October 19, 2012 because tens of millions of Ferrari violated the red line of parking.

Later, in the process of describing the incident to reporters, she called herself “I am a beauty” and the half male and half female voice, and became popular. She was called “sister Ferrari”, “little princess Ferrari” and “Ferrari woman of Taiwan”.

Character life

Although Zhang Tingting owns Ferrari, she does not live in a luxury house or villa, but in her husband’s apartment for more than 20 years. Her neighbors point out that Zhang Tingting used to be a man, and everyone calls him “ah Yi”. More than 10 years ago, she married a mainland woman and had a son. Two years later, her ex-wife and son returned to her mother’s home. After that, “ah Yi” went to Thailand and became a woman when she came back. In December 2014, Zhang Tingting, Ferrari’s elder sister, had a plastic surgery. After the surgery, her face swelled into a bun, but she boasted that she was “better looking than Leiya”. In April 2015, Kangxi came and sang two songs in a row.

To squander one’s legacy

In front of the camera, she showed off her wealth in a high profile more than once, and has become the focus of media pursuit in recent days. Previously, she once said that she had never worked and had no mercy on spending money. It turned out that what she spent was the NT $100 million legacy left by her late father, who sold ice taro in the night market in his early years. She even threatened her mother with death to satisfy her vanity. Her behavior was very unfilial.

At the beginning of October, Zhang Tingting stopped on the red line because she was drinking coffee with her godmother Zheng Chen Lixiang in Xinyi District of Taipei city. She was severely scratched on the hood with a Swiss knife and used her unique low voice to show off her wealth in front of the camera. Unexpectedly, she became the most popular character recently. Previously, a weekly disclosed that she was a man, and Zhang Tingting did not deny it. The latest issue of “one weekly” reported that Zhang Tingting is actually a “dependent father family”, squandering hundreds of millions of her father’s legacy and being very unfilial to her mother.

Zhang Tingting, her mother and son live in a dilapidated apartment in Sanzhong District of Xinbei city for 30 years. Compared with Ferrari, which is worth ten million yuan, her image is very different. Forty years ago, Zhang’s father worked hard to bring up Zhang Tingting and her brother by selling ice in the night market, earning hundreds of millions of dollars. Unexpectedly, both of them miss their father’s fortune of hundreds of millions. After her father passed away, Zhang Tingting, who lives with her mother, became a “rice bug” at home and asked her mother to let her use the best products in material matters. If her mother didn’t follow, she would be forced to die.

In the later documentary, Zhang Tingting changed her bad habits and showed a different side

Switch to racing

In September 2013, Taiwan celebrity Zhang Tingting reported to reporters that her income was once zero, so she wanted to switch to racing to attract attention. After winning good results in the car race, he made up his mind to get a license. He took this opportunity to move to the car race and let his popularity rise again.

According to Taiwan media reports, “Ferrari sister” Zhang Tingting has not received any notice for nine months, and her income was once zero. It is said that because her mother can’t stand him going to Thailand to change sex, she is determined to cut off the financial aid from Ferrari sister, so Zhang Tingting, who often relies on her family, can only auction his Ferrari tens of millions online to ease her urgent need.

Ferrari seems to be interested in car racing recently. After she won the 8th place in the track simulation challenge of China Motor Racing Association, she wants to get a novice car license. She will report to the gym every week to strengthen her back muscles and leg strength. However, she reveals that she is afraid of excessive exercise, especially weightlifting, and worries that she will end up like “King Kong Barbie”.

Ferrari elder sister regards racing as an opportunity given by God. She thinks that after she gets a novice license, she can attract a lot of activities with her famous name of “Ferrari elder sister”, and some people will sponsor her racing.

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Chinese PinYin : Zhang Ting Ting

Ting Zhang | Department of History

Ting Zhang joined the History Department at the University of Maryland in 2014. She received her BA and MA from Peking University and her Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University. She is a cultural and legal historian of late imperial China, with a particular research interest in print culture, law, and the circulation of information in the Qing period. Her first book, Circulating the Code: Print Media and Legal Knowledge in Qing China explores the production and reception of legal knowledge, and the role of legal information in the formation of early modern Chinese legal culture. For this research, she draws upon 131 different editions of the Qing Code and many other legal imprints, using sources in libraries and on-line digital open source collections. She is working on a new book-length project, focusing on public notices (gaoshi or jietie). It will explore the dynamism of information networks in Qing society, the contestation between the state and society over the power and authority of disseminating public information, the nature and authority of local regulations and local “law”, and the dissemination of government information and its impact on society.  


Ting Zhang has received fellowships or grants from the Henry Luce Foundation/ACLS Program in China Studies, the Doris G. Quinn Foundation, the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation, the China Scholarship Council, and the Association for Asian Studies. Before joining the University of Maryland, she has taught courses at Peking University, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Delaware, and UC San Diego. Her publications, in English and Chinese, include a book, four journal articles, six book chapters, and two translations.

Selected Publications:

  • Circulating the Code: Print Media and Legal Knowledge in Qing China (University of Washington Press, 2020).
  • “Buying and Selling Law Books in Qing Beijing,” East Asian Publishing and Society, Vol.7, Issue 2, 2017. 
  • “The Code, Legal Secretaries, and Book Merchants: The Publication and Circulation of Legal Books in Qing Jiangnan” (Lüdian, muyou, yu shushang: lun Qingdai Jiangnan falü shuji de chuban yu liutong), Zhejiang daxue xuebao (Journal of Zhejiang University), Vol. 45, No. 1, 2015. 
  • “Marketing Legal Information: Commercial Publications of the Great Qing Code, 1644-1911” in Madeleine Zelin and Li Chen eds., Chinese Law: Knowledge, Practice, and Transformation, 1530s to 1950s, Brill, 2015. 
  • “Introduction to the New Qing History Studies in the United States” (Man tan Meiguo xin Qingshi yanjiu), in Manxue luncong (A collection of essays on Manchu studies), Vol. 1, Liaoning minzu chubanshe, 2011.
  • “Penitence Silver and the Politics of Punishment in the Qianlong Reign (1736-1795),” Late Imperial China, Vol. 31, No. 2, December 2010. 
  • “Penalties Beyond the Laws: Administrative Fines Imposed on Officials in the Qianlong Reign” (Fa wai zhi fa: Qianlong chao guanyuan fa yizuiyin), in Ming Qing luncong (A collection of essays on the Ming and Qing dynasties), Vol. 9, Zijincheng chubanshe, 2009.
  • “Ethnic Groups in Manchu Lineages and the Distribution of the Manchu Eight Banners” (Manzhou benbuzu goucheng yu baqi zuoling fenbu), co-authored with Kai Xu, in Qingshi luncong (Essays on Qing history), Zhonghua Shuju, 2007.
  • “Historical Research on the Qing Imperial Palace in the Digital Age: Focusing on the Western Studies on the Qing Imperial Palace” (Qingdai gongshi yanjiu yu e kaoju shidai: yi xifang Qingdai gongshi yanjiu wei zhongxin), co-authored with Kai Xu, in Qingdai gongshi yanjiu (A study on the Qing imperial palace), Zijincheng Press, 2007. 
  • “Administrative Divisions and Provincial Boundaries in Republican Period Manchuria” (Qian lun Minguo shiqi dongbei jiusheng de huafen), Shehui kexue jikan (Journal of social science), December 2003.

Faculty—- Suzhou Institute of Nano-tech and Nano-bionics,Chinese Academy of Sciences


  ZHANG Ting  张珽






  Nanoelectronics; Nanosensor; Nanofabrication


  [email protected] ac.cn

Research Interest:

Prof. Ting Zhang is leading a research group at Suzhou Institute of Nanotech, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He received his B.S. (1999) and M.S. (2002) degree from Nankai University, and Ph.D. degree in chemical engineering at University of California, Riverside in 2007. His research mainly focuses on the development of electronic micro/nanosensing devices and smart microsystems, including Flexible/Stretchable and MEMS devices. The devices are mainly used for medical diagnostics, robotics, wearable smart systems and environmental monitoring applications. He has published more than 70 peer-review papers in journals like Nature Communications, Advanced Materials, Science Advances, Account of Chemical Research, Nano Letters, Analytical Chemistry, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, etc. , and contributed 5 invited Book Chapters. He has also applied more than 50 patents. 4 patents have been licensed and successfully applied in Industry.


Prof. Zhang serves as the associate editor for Nature-Microsystems& Nanoengineering, and the reviewer for more than 10 peer-reviewed journals such as Advanced Materials, Nature Communications, Nano Letters, ACS Nano, etc. He also serves as the senior committee member in Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society, committee member in China Electronic Society, committee in China micron/nano-robot society, committee in National MEMS technical committee of standardization of MEMS technology, etc. He got the Young Talented Scientist Award from China Instrument and Control Society (2016), the Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars of Jiangsu Province (2016), Six Talent Peaks Project in Jiangsu Province (2017), and was awarded as 7th Leading Talent Honor in Suzhou, China (2013), etc. He was invited over 30 times by international conferences in the fields of flexible electronics, micro/nanotechnology, and MEMS technology as the invited speaker, and served as the executive chair or organizing committee.

Selected Publication:

Reprehensive Publications 

1. Ting Zhang* , et.al.,  Electronic Skin: Silk-Molded Flexible, Ultrasensitive, and Highly Stable Electronic Skin for Monitoring Human Physiological Signals. Adv.  Mater., 2014, 26(9):1336-1342. (IF=25.810, Cover)  

2. Ting Zhang*, et.al., Exfoliation at the Liquid/Air Interface to Assemble Reduced Graphene Oxide Ultrathin Films for a Flexible Noncontact Sensing Device. Adv. Mater., 2015,27(8):1370-1375. (IF=25.810, Inside Cover) 

3. Ting Zhang*, Zheng Liu*, et.al., Subatomic deformation driven by vertical piezoelectricity from CdS ultrathin films. Science Adv., 2016, 2(7): e1600209. (IF=12.800) 

4. Ting Zhang*, et.al., A Superhydrohobic Smart Coating for Flexible and Wearable Sensing Electronics. Adv. Mater., 2017,29(43):1702517. (IF=25.810, Inside Cover) 

5. Ting Zhang*, et.al., Moisture-Driven Power Generation for Multifunctional Flexible Sensing Systems. Nano Lett., 2019, 19(8): 5544-5552. (IF:12.280). 



Ting Ting Zhang, Chairman-Supervisory Board at Hainan Development Holdings Nanhai Co., Ltd.

As one of the oldest political science and law universities in China, Southwest University of Political Science and Law (SWUPL) developed from the Department of Political Science and Law at Southwest University of People’s Revolution which was founded in 1950, with Marshal Liu Bocheng as the university president. In 1953, SWUPL was officially established through merging the Political Science and Law departments of Chongqing University and Sichuan University, the Law departments of Chongqing Finance and Economy College, and of Guizhou University and Yunnan University. In 1978, the University was accredited as a key university by the State Council. In 2000, the administration of the University was transferred from the Ministry of Justice to the Chongqing municipality, thus creating a system of co-administration between the central and local government. In 2003, it was approved as one of the first universities to grant doctorial degree of first-level legal discipline. In 2004, it established one post-doctorate mobile station of Law. In 2007, SWUPL was awarded as excellent undergraduate education by Ministry of Education. In 2008, SWUPL became the key university co-administrated by Ministry of Education and Chongqing Municipality. SWUPL became the first University in Chongqing co-administrated by the Ministry and Municipality. On October 24, 2012. The University has three campuses, the main in Yubei, the other two in Shapingba and Baoshenghu, covering a total area of 3136.17 mu. There are 14 schools, including School of Civil and Commercial law, School of Economic Law, Law School, School of Administrative Law, School of International Law, School of Criminal investigation, School of Marxism, School of Juris Master, School of Management, School of Politics and Public Administration, School of Journalism and Communication, School of Foreign Languages, School of Applied Law, and School of Economics. It offers 20 bachelor’s programs, 37 master’s programs of sub-disciplines, 4 professional master’s programs and 10 doctoral programs of sub-discipline, and 2 national key disciplines. The University has postdoctoral center for legal research and 6 provincial key bases for humanity and social science research. It has 1421 faculty and staff members, among which 1157 are full-time. It has 5159 postgraduates and 18591 undergraduates. The University’s library boasts a collection of more than 4,200,000 books. SWUPL has international exchange programs with over 60 universities from U.S., France, Germany, Japan, Thailand, and South Korea. SWUPL and University of Montana has jointly established the first Confucius Institute in Northwest of U.S. In 2011, SWUPL and the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) signed a cooperation agreement on the International Training Centre for local Authorities Project. The project, with a total of 100 million US dollars investment, will build training center in SWUPL and make full use of the training resources of the United Nations. 63 years since the foundation of the University, SWUPL has developed a multi-level and multi-type higher education for undergraduates, postgraduates, doctoral candidates, and international students, and has educated more than 200,000 high ranking specialized personnel. It is the university that provided the most law personnel for the country. A large number of alumni have become backbones and leading figures in law field and other professions.

Dr. Ting Zhang accepts a Research Scientist position at PharmaForce in Columbus.

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Family: Zhang Jian Xiang’s father, Air Force colonel (deceased)

Education: Taipei Science and Technology University (Faculty of Engineering Management)

Languages: Chinese (Mandarin, Taiwanese), English

Religion: Christianity

His father was an Air Force colonel, he died when Ting Hu was 10 years old. According to official reports, into the engine of the fighter, on which a normal training flight was probably hit by a bird and disappeared from radar.Pilot body was found a few days later on a fishing boat.

Zhang Ting Hu made his film debut, starring in the 2013 television series “Boys can fly.” Since then, he has starred in several TV series including New World (2015), The Light of Your Eyes (2014) and Be Courageous to to love “(2019).

The actor had a brief relationship with actress Yang. Ke Han, with whom they starred in the TV series “New World”. The actress committed suicide by suicide on July 18, 2015 after a long struggle with depression.Zhang Ting Hu, who was doing alternative service at the time was the one who found Yang’s body, hanging from the ceiling in her house. The girl’s death had a big impact on him, he blamed myself that I could not save her. The actor began to lose weight and became depressed. His health worried family, friends and even fellow actors who feared that he, too, may try to commit suicide.

In March 2016, he started another short relationship with actress Tsai Yi Zhen, who used to be Yang Ke Han’s girlfriend.The couple broke up in May 2017.

February 20, 2020 Zhang Ting Hu was recruited to responsibility for drunk driving.

V December 2020, the actor joined the professional basketball team Hsinchu Siege Lions as an intern. December 26 at home match in honor of the opening of the stadium, Zhang Ting Hu sang the song “Fighting”, which became the team’s theme song. Formerly by Fenghua Records a single was released and a video was shot.


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The conference “Philosophy and Science” was dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the Ural State Pedagogical University

On June 29, on the ZOOM platform in the format of a round table, an international scientific and practical conference for graduate students “Science 4.
0 “dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the Ural State Pedagogical University.

The main topic of the conference was: “Philosophy and Science: Methodology of Scientific Research”.

The head of the conference is Doctor of Philosophy, Professor of the Department of Philosophy, Sociology and Cultural Studies of the Institute of Social Sciences Lyudmila Belyaeva . Lyudmila Aleksandrovna has been the ideological inspirer of this event for many years. Thanks to her, the conference is filled with new meanings every year, gives results in the form of a collection of materials, which has already become a periodical and is published in the RSCI system.

This year the conference brought together more than twenty participants – graduate students: Russian students and graduate students from China. Within the framework of the online meeting, the philosophical problems of music education, the historical ideas of Chinese scientists on the education system of one direction or another were considered.

Particular attention was drawn to the speech of the Chinese graduate student Zhang Tingting , who carried out research under the guidance of Natalia Tagiltseva , Head of the Department of Music Education, Ural State Pedagogical University , with the topic “Philosophical Ideas of Lao Tzu and Musical Art under the Guidance”, in which the national culture of the specifics of education was clearly traced from the point of view view of historical thought.

Russian graduate students considered the need to study foreign languages ​​in the modern world, the role of education in choosing a person’s life path, the philosophical aspects of special pedagogy: deaf pedagogy and oligophrenopedagogy, and other areas on modern scientific problems of the Russian education system.

The conference has been held since 2002 and is an important practical stage in the development of philosophical knowledge in the training of highly qualified personnel.

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Journal of International Affairs – Liu Huaqin: “The nature of relations between Russia and China will determine scientific and technical cooperation”

15:54 20. 09.2019 • Andrey Torin, editor of International Affairs magazine

Photo: prexplore . ru .

The 24th regular meeting of the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev and the Premier of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China Li Keqiang took place at the government residence in Strelna. The next day Chinese guests were received at the Kremlin . The results of the talks and the current state of bilateral relations, as well as topical issues on the international agenda were discussed at a round table held in the Russian capital.It was attended by representatives of the media from Russia and China, as well as famous orientalists.

The tone of the discussion was set by the well-known Sinologist, specialist in international relations in East Asia, director of the Institute of the Far East of the Russian Academy of Sciences Sergei Luzyanin. He stressed that the talks between Dmitry Medvedev and Li Keqiang in Strelna were timed to coincide with two anniversaries – the 70th anniversary of the formation of the PRC and the 70th anniversary of Russian-Chinese relations. “Currently, relations between our countries are at the highest level and are entering a new period.It is extremely important that not only contacts at the level of heads of state and government are developing between our countries, but also ties at the local level are being strengthened. The cross-years of cooperation between the regions of Russia and China held in 2018 and 2019 are vivid evidence of this, ”the expert noted.

According to data for 2018, the trade turnover between Russia and China amounted to 108, 284 billion dollars. By 2024, Moscow and Beijing plan to bring this figure to $ 200 billion. As S. Luzyanin explained, in order to achieve this indicator, it is necessary to strengthen cooperation between our countries in traditional fields, primarily in the energy sector. In particular, the opening of the Power of Siberia gas trunkline is scheduled for December 2019, the task of which will be to supply gas from Yakutia to the Primorsky Territory and the countries of the Asia-Pacific region. Currently, the Chinese company CNPC is the largest foreign investor in two projects for the production, liquefaction and supply of natural gas – Yamal LNG (30%) and Arctic LNG-2 (20%). The activation of contacts between our countries will also be facilitated by the commissioning of the transboundary agglomerations Blagoveshchensk-Heihe and Nizhneleninskoe-Tongjiang.Cooperation between Russia and China in the field of infrastructure, agriculture and innovation has significant potential.

According to Sergei Luzyanin, the most important area of ​​interaction between Moscow and Beijing is interbank cooperation. However, until recently, it developed with difficulty. “Some changes in this area were outlined after the summer meeting in Moscow between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jingping. The only Russian bank that has a financial license in China is VTB.The rest have only correspondent accounts, ”the scientist explained.

Contacts between Moscow and Beijing in the field of scientific cooperation are developing. Following the 24th regular meeting of the heads of government of Russia and China, representatives of Roscosmos and the Chinese National Aerospace Administration signed an agreement providing for the creation of a joint data center for exploration of the Moon and deep space. Experts from both countries are working on a project for a wide-body long-range CR929 aircraft.Rosatom is actively involved in the construction of four units of the Tianwan NPP in Jiangsu province.

As noted by the deputy head of the Institute of Europe and Asia of the Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation under the Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China Liu Huaqin, Moscow and Beijing are interested in finding new growth points for their own economies. “High technologies and the digital economy will play an important role in the development of both countries in the coming years. Pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, e-commerce, mobile payments, and scientific and technical developments could become promising areas of cooperation between Moscow and Beijing.People-to-people contacts and humanitarian cooperation are of particular importance, ”said Liu Huaqin.

Liu Huaqin’s speech was supplemented by Sergey Luzyanin: “Currently, the Huawei corporation is showing significant interest in Russian developments in the field of high technologies. In particular, the Aurora operating system could replace Android on Chinese devices. There are prospects for cooperation between our specialists in the field of Big data and 5G technologies ”.

Zhang Tingting, an expert at the Chongyang Institute of Finance of the People’s University of China, noted that the joint communiqué signed by the parties following the 24th regular meeting of heads of government fully meets the large-scale changes taking place in the international arena. In particular, trade contradictions caused by the policy of sanctions pressure of the current US leadership forced Beijing to make significant adjustments in relations with Washington and pay more attention to the ASEAN countries. Moreover, many events on the diplomatic agenda, which previously did not concern the internal situation of countries, now have a direct impact on it. As an example, Zhang Tingting cited the Korean issue, which influences the logic of the actions of China and Russia in East Asia and the future of many international projects depends on its successful resolution.“We believe that the future of the Russian-Chinese strategic partnership will exceed all our expectations,” concluded Zhang Tingting.

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# Innovative Application # Shan Ting Ting Shu: Enter the Ting Shu era!

Maybe most people are still used to reading on mobile devices, but the discomfort caused by overworked eyes, I think you still have a deep understanding. So I suggest that when you are tired of reading, you might as well free your eyes and enter the era of listening to books! If you have a children’s newspaper at home, you can share the challenge of telling stories in the future with you!

Shan Ting Ting Shu is a wiretap software for Android platform. Shan Ting Ting Shu currently includes audiobooks, a forum for hundreds of audiovisual novels, famous stories, cross-talk, children’s stories, etc.D.

The first data collection function in ShanTingTingShu browser, you can bookmark any page you visit for easier browsing. It can be listened to online and downloaded offline when there is a network; it’s worth noting that it supports batch download and resumable download, which avoids the problem of interrupted downloads due to network issues and the need to re-download.

Powerful local playback capability, local mp3 files will be automatically ordered to avoid the messy sequence, resulting in continuous playback; the history recording function, whether online or locally, can be played back found on the bookshelf. And it can remember the exact place, and next time reproduce it right away. There’s also the more beloved Sleep Timer feature that can count down the playing time to avoid draining the battery after falling asleep. All audio files provided by ShanTingTingShu are professionally compressed which saves download bandwidth!

Recently, I feel that the download speed has slowed down while using it. I hope the Shanting team can fix this as soon as possible so that the download speed can be improved.As far as the current Tingshu software is concerned, Shan Ting Ting Shu should be considered outstanding, and in some details it is very serious. Finally, I hope ShanTingTingShu can support more platforms and allow more users to enter the TingShu era.

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