The deepest point of the earth’s Continent

The deepest point on the earth’s continent was discovered in Antarctica under the Denman glacier on December 15, according to foreign media. The ice filled Canyon can reach a depth of 3.5km below sea level, and only the ocean has a deeper Canyon, BBC website reported Thursday. The discovery was marked on a newly drawn map of Antarctica that revealed the shape of the bedrock beneath the ice sheet in unprecedented detail, the report said. The landscape will be crucial for understanding the future changes in Antarctica. By contrast, the lowest point of bare land on earth – the dead coast – is only 413 meters below sea level.
The new findings reveal previously unknown ice ridges that slow the retreat of glaciers under global warming, as well as many flat slopes that may accelerate the retreat, the report said. “It’s certainly the most accurate picture of what’s beneath the ice sheet in Antarctica so far,” said Dr. Mathieu moligham, a researcher at the University of California, Irvine, who worked on the study for six years The study is published in the British journal Nature Geoscience. According to the report, the new map fundamentally fills all the gaps in the aerial mapping of Antarctica. Over the past decades, radar equipment has scanned Antarctica and sent out microwave pulses that can penetrate the ice and depict bedrock landforms, but there are still large areas with little or no data, the report said.

Hainan cancels settlement restrictions

On October 24, the General Office of the People’s Government of Hainan Province issued a notice on the implementation plan for the reform of the new round of household registration system in Hainan Province (Trial), which basically canceled the restrictions on the settlement of the province (except Sansha, the same below). Residents of the province may settle in the urban areas of the legally stable residences (including leases, the same below) and the towns of the established towns (hereinafter collectively referred to as urban communities). Residents outside the province who have obtained the residence permit of the province and participate in the basic endowment insurance for urban employees in Hainan Province (excluding the temporary pension insurance contribution account) and the basic medical insurance for urban employees in Hainan Province can be settled in urban communities with legally stable residences.

In addition, the notice pointed out that residents who have no self-owned housing at the place of settlement will be settled in the urban community where their legally stable residence is located. Residents can also settle in urban communities where legally stable residences other than their own homes are located. Gradually clean up and standardize all types of unit collective households, talent center collective households, and guide households who are affiliated with unit collective households and talent center collective households to transfer their household registration to their own property-owned housing accounts or urban community collective households where legally stable residences are located. Realize the full coverage of collective housing in urban communities as soon as possible.

The notice stated that the relevant policy requirements were implemented, and the distinction between agricultural hukou and non-agricultural hukou was eliminated, and the registration was unified as a resident hukou. The right to maintain the land contracting rights, the right to use the house site, and the right to distribute collective income (hereinafter referred to as the “three rights”) for the transfer of agricultural population shall not be subject to the withdrawal of the “three powers” ​​as a condition for moving out the household registration, and guide them to transfer the “three rights” according to law. “The comprehensive implementation of household registration changes and the “three powers” decoupling.

Yan Yuejin, research director of the Yiju Research Center, said that the policy has brought about three changes in the development of the real estate market.

First, the difficulty of resettlement of migrants is bound to increase the number of migrants. Based on the acquisition of household registration qualifications, potential purchase demand may be released. In particular, in the fourth quarter, the active period of the Hainan property market transaction, it is expected that the Hainan real estate market transactions may rise in the fourth quarter. Second, stable housing prices may be strengthened, to avoid local housing enterprises and sales organizations will increase the price. It is expected that in the fourth quarter, local housing enterprises may still be interviewed if they violate the regulations. It is recommended that housing companies do not violate basic sales disciplines while seeing good market conditions. Third, it is very important for the control of the subsequent land market. The heat of the housing transaction market is easily transmitted to the land trading market. In the subsequent control of such land trading markets, it is mainly necessary to prevent land hoarding and the skyrocketing rise in land prices. It is also necessary to continue to supervise illegal land reclamation projects.


Xie Gaohua passed away

On the afternoon of October 23, the reporter learned from relevant parties that Xie Gaohua, the birth promoter of the “Pioneer of Reform” and Yiwu Small Commodity Market, passed away. Subsequently, the reporter confirmed the news from Xie Gaohua’s family.

Introduction to Xie Gaohua’s deeds:

Xie Gaohua, male, Han nationality, member of the Communist Party of China, born in November 1931, Zhejiang Yinzhou, former secretary of Yiwu County, Zhejiang Province, former deputy director of the Standing Committee of Zhangzhou Municipal People’s Congress. In the early days of reform and opening up, he insisted that the needs of the masses is the first orientation, breaking the rules and regulations, taking the courage and responsibility of reforming and innovating, resolutely making a “green light” for the roadside market, decisively proposing the “four permissible” policy, and pioneering the “Xingshang” The county’s regional economic development strategy led the county’s cadres to be brave, active, and meticulously cultivated, which gave birth to Yiwu, the world’s largest small commodity market, setting an example for the reform and development of the national small commodity market.

In December 2018, at the celebration of the 40th anniversary of reform and opening up, Xie Gaohua was awarded the title of reform pioneer by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State Council. This year, on the occasion of celebrating the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, he was named one of the 300 “most beautiful strugglers” in the country. One.


India will ban electronic cigarettes

On September 18, India’s finance minister announced that electronic cigarettes would be banned in all parts of the country. The decree was passed by the trade union cabinet and submitted to the president.
Nirmala Sitharaman, India’s finance minister, pointed out that the ban was very stringent, forbidding the production, manufacture, import and export, transportation, sale, distribution, storage and advertising of electronic cigarettes.
The law stipulates that smokers who violate the law for the first time will be imprisoned for one year, fined 10,000 rupees (about 995 yuan), and the punishment for recidivism will be increased. The law is currently awaiting parliamentary approval in November.
More than 1 billion adults smoke in India, which is an important market for the tobacco industry. More than 90,000 Indians die from tobacco-related diseases every year.
In recent days, controversy over electronic cigarettes has continued. The CDC said that the number of electronic cigarette-related pulmonary diseases increased sharply from May to June this year. At present, there are about 500 related cases in 33 states, resulting in six deaths. Serious lung diseases related to electronic cigarettes are being actively investigated and the public is urged to avoid using electronic cigarettes during the investigation period.


Tang Yan is pregnant.

A few days ago, the media took a group of photos of Tang Yan and Luo Jin helping Tang Dad move one night during the Mid-Autumn Festival holiday.
Tang Yan was wearing a long and medium-length black dress and a black fisherman’s cap. Luo Jin was also wearing a low-key dress and went abroad in a black costume. Both of them probably wore black masks to avoid being recognized.
The two men helped Tang Yan’s father pack up his things by the roadside. Luo Jin also moved all the suitcases to the trunk of the car. During this period, Luo Jin and Tang Dad took special care of Tang Yan. Tang Yan’s appearance that night looks like a belly bulge, very much like pregnant women, coupled with the actions of her father and husband, people can not help but wonder if Tang Yan has been pregnant?
Tang Yan was invited to participate in the live broadcasting event on the 17th. That evening, she and Li Jiaqi jointly broadcasted live. This was Tang Yan’s first public appearance in recent months. In the live video of that day, Tang Yan wore a white skirt with slim shoulders and long curly hair shawl.
Tang Yan and Li Jiaqi sat together at the table and greeted the audience enthusiastically. As the live camera was facing the two people, we could clearly see the lens above the waist. Tang Yan’s small abdomen was prominent in the picture. Although she was wearing a black belt around her waist, it obviously did not play a role in self-cultivation, but instead, she had the abdomen. The bulge is more obvious.
And Tang Yan’s face and shoulders are much rounder than before, some people speculate that the reason for the live camera may be that it looks fatter, but in the same morning exposure of the crew working photos, confirmed that Tang Yan’s figure is indeed plentiful.
From the side photos, although the belt is tied, it can still be seen that the abdomen is obviously bulging, and the contrast with Tang Yan’s ancient style is still very obvious.
At the opening ceremony of the new drama, some netizens pointed out that Tang Yan looked very round. Although she was wearing a loose black T-shirt, she could still see a slight bulge in her abdomen. At present, Tang Yan and Luo Jin have not responded to the pregnancy. If they are really pregnant, I believe it is not far from Guanxuan.


Haier employees were fired from lunch break

Recently, four employees of Haier Group were fired for lunch break, which aroused concern and made a hot search on Weibo. In the afternoon of September 6, Haier Group Human Resources Platform issued a note saying that four employees who violated the rules did not take a nap during break time, but slept in public reception during working hours. Haier said that the above acts violate Haier’s employees’code of conduct and should be terminated according to the regulations.
This issue has aroused wide concern because it has hit the pain point of the majority of workers. In the workplace that must be called “dedication” and regard overtime as “virtue” or even as “hidden rules” of large companies, many companies, especially large companies, work late every day, and some specific industries such as finance and interconnection. Internet companies may even work overtime until early morning. The difference is that some people work overtime with overtime pay, while a large part of them do not. Now, suddenly found that even a short lunch break is likely to lose their jobs, it is unavoidable to let people sigh – if a nap is to be fired, how will life go?
Haier’s response, which was not timely but tough and vague, apparently failed to ease people’s minds. On the contrary, it intensified the controversy. According to Haier’s official statement, the company system stipulates that between 11:30 and 13:00 employees can arrange their meals independently, emphasizing that the four employees sleep in public reception places during working hours. The problem is that the dismissed employees sleep between 11:30 and 13:00. According to the company system, they should have rest time. How can they sleep during work time? According to reports, former employees of Haier said that there was a concept of stealth exchange. Employees could choose a 30-minute period of time for meals within 11:30-13:00, that is to say, the total time for meals was only 30 minutes, and the number of people queuing in the dining hall was 10 minutes. Sometimes there were 7 minutes left after the meal was finished. Arrive on duty a few minutes ago. It is reported that the four employees slept in the cafe, saying that they could be seen by foreign guests at any time, so they became “public reception places”, and the inspection team fired them as soon as they found out.
That sounds so inhumane! Even if sleeping in a coffee shop is really inappropriate, persuasion, review, fines, records can not be resolved, can only be dismissed? Isn’t it more inappropriate for foreign guests to see someone sleeping in a cafe so harsh and suspected of infringing on workers’legitimate right to rest? After all, a former Haier employee reported that even choosing not to eat but to sleep was not allowed.
Whether employees have a 30-minute lunch break, or whether they are not allowed to take a lunch break even during this period, Haier’s response does not provide answers to these questions, and probably will not respond again. After all, Haier’s attitude is very tough. In response, Haier emphasizes that the company system “conforms to the laws and regulations of our country” and “passes through the discussion of the working congress”.
Of course, perhaps Haier’s approach is legitimate, but it is not only an “unequal treaty” for employees relying on the advantages of the workplace, but also a disadvantage for the long-term development of enterprises. Recently, Japan, the birthplace of the term “social animal” known for its long working hours, has begun to pay attention to the loss of efficiency caused by insufficient rest for employees. Since studies have shown that the economic loss caused by sleep deprivation in Japan is as high as 15 trillion yen every year, companies have converted vans into bedrooms for businesses in need as “take-out nap space”.
The dismissal of Haier employees during lunch break is still controversial, but the concern about employees’rest rights should not be confined to the company. The era of sweatshops is far behind, but in the name of “corporate culture”, can the reduction of employees’legitimate rights and interests and the manufacture of “social animals” bring the future to enterprises? Employees’long working hours are not equal to high efficiency. It is also helpful to improve the efficiency of enterprises to let employees get proper rest. How to achieve a balance between them and want to study this balance is what enterprises need to consider.