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Digitalization of the economy, space harvest, plush exhibit – see "Chinese Panorama"-205

08.07.2022 Медиакорпорация Китая (CMG), телеканал «Большая Азия» (Яна Бродневская) 55 просмотров

Watch the information and journalistic program "Chinese Panorama" on the TV channel "Big Asia" (Issue 205):

  • Thanks to the digitalization of production, new vacancies are appearing in China
  • Seeds bred in space help develop tourism in Bolo County
  • Cinemas have become a popular holiday destination for residents of the Celestial Empire
  • Museums attract young people with funny souvenirs with their history


Thanks to the digitalization of production, new vacancies are appearing in China Thanks to digitalization, many Chinese enterprises are creating new jobs for tech-savvy specialists. Even in traditional industries such as construction, modern technologies are being introduced to improve productivity. So, at a construction site in Guangdong Province, robots work next to workers who do what a person used to do. Luo Ding, Technical manager of the construction project: "We are increasingly using artificial intelligence and other smart technologies on construction sites. When starting a project, we define the tasks that the robot can perform. For example, we use seven new technologies at this facility. It is worth noting that some operations require an accuracy of up to three millimeters. It is difficult for a person to achieve it." New skills and new positions are also required to work in state-of-the-art infrastructure projects, for example, in pilot areas of self-driving cars. For example, artificial intelligence specialists are needed. Yuan Linna, Data processing specialist at Baidu: "With the help of artificial intelligence, self-driving cars avoid people, obstacles, houses, trees. Artificial intelligence can be used in a very diverse way in real life." Specialists collect and classify large amounts of data, such as images, videos or texts, and use them to train and improve the accuracy of artificial intelligence. This improves business processes and stimulates economic growth. However, with all the obvious benefits from the emergence of new jobs, professions and skills, society is still not used to taking vacancies in the digital sphere seriously. Liu Xinchang, Employee of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the People's Republic of China: "We collect and publish new vacancies to ensure that they deserve trust and recognition. This way we can promote the employment of specialists and the launch of new enterprises." The sphere of new technologies is actively developing in China, including at the state level. Earlier, the Ministry of Industry and Informatization announced the launch of 120 pilot projects of the Internet of Things. Seeds bred in space help develop tourism in Bolo County The seeds, which were affected by weightlessness and radiation during space flight, help the development of agriculture and tourism in Bolo County, Guangdong Province. Travelers tend to the demonstration base of space breeding. Here you can see and even taste vegetables, fruits and grains from seeds that have been in space. Specialists grow green beans, pumpkin, rice, radishes and other crops. And one of the attractions of the base is a giant pumpkin weighing about 75 kilograms! Experimental plants, including "space", are increasingly grown in different regions of China. Today, such "exclusive" crops occupy more than 26,000 hectares. It is profitable for producers to engage in space fruits and vegetables – the proceeds from the sale of such a harvest are significant! Cinemas have become a popular holiday destination for residents of the Celestial Empire The COVID-19 pandemic has declined in some Chinese cities, local authorities have lifted restrictions on access to public spaces, and cinemas in China have become lively again. The science fiction film "Jurassic World" and the romantic "Lighting the Stars" and "My Blue Summer" are the most popular films this season. Box office receipts of "Jurassic World" and "Lighting the Stars" in China exceeded 800 million yuan. And the total amount of summer revenue of the country's cinemas amounted to almost 2.5 billion yuan. In the coming days, many other novelties will appear on the schedule, including the criminal "Detective against Detectives", the sci-fi family comedy "Mozart from Outer Space", the multi-part film "Septet: the History of Hong Kong" and other films. Museums attract young people with funny souvenirs with their history Museum souvenirs are gaining popularity due to their unique design and attract more and more young people to museums. Created on the basis of an ancient bronze statue, the stuffed toy has become a hit of sales. A green plush horse leaning on a swallow reproduces a "Flying Horse" – a relic that is kept in the Museum of Gansu Province. Cui Yuxin, head of the design team at the Gansu Provincial Museum: "The toy makes people laugh, and they want to buy it. Then they become interested in learning her story. With the help of such souvenirs, we want to attract more young people to the museum." In addition to the horse, the museum has also produced a series of kites, bookmarks, folding fans and other items, the design of which is based on various cultural relics. Cui Yuxin, head of the design team at the Gansu Provincial Museum: "I think the museum is more than an exhibition hall. It's a place where people learn. Our products connect modern society with ancient culture." According to Cui Yuxin, the Internet can play a key role in the revival of ancient Chinese culture, because young people love objects "with a twist" and write about them online. The girl is convinced that more and more designer souvenirs created on the basis of ancient cultural relics will appear on the market and gain popularity.

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