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Unaudited results show the company’s second-quarter revenue reached 7.1 billion yuan ($1 billion). The report also n
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Membership services mainly drove the company’s revenue. The company attributed this to its premium content — es
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For the second quarter, iQiyi’s membership revenue grew 38 percent year-over-year to 3.4 billio
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67.1 million during the same period last year. Among overall subscribers, 98.9 percent are paid.
“We achieved continued revenue growth in the second quarter despite some rec
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of iQiyi. “Our membership business generated solid growth, with subscription revenues increasing 38 per
cent year-over-year, driven by our strong content slate during the quarter. As our IP-centered diversification strateg上海乌托邦女神会所
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ar-on-year mainly due to the challenging macroeconomic environment in China, content launch dela
ys and slower-than-expected recovery of its in-feed advertising, the company explained.
of the leisure economy and industry, along with Zhoushan and Zhuhai cities.
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Shenzhen-headquartered Tencent, which recruited 3,100 new graduates last
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These jobs are based in cities, including Shenzhen, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Wuhan and Chengdu.
Huawei offers 87 job positions in domestic and foreign cities, such as S
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es in 2020, of which 53 are based in the city of Shenzhen where the company is headquartered.
上海乌托邦The company lately announced it will offer a maximum annual salary of 2 million yuan for some top graduates of 2019.
An email from Huawei’s executive office showed the company is committed to us
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According to incomplete statistics, Huawei recruited more than 4,600 new college stude
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including technical, design, product, operation, game and others, for its campus recruitment.
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entum given the shortage of skills and the overwhelming demand for experienced professionals.
上海乌托邦”For those already in the fintech industry, China offers great potent
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According to Hays, large-scale commercial banks are accelerating the establishment of fintech subsidiaries across
上海乌托邦the country. It said the roles in demand in the banking sector include data security, data scientists, user experi
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nking and financial services, as well as experts in artificial intelligence, biometrics, cloud and big data,” Lance said.
上海乌托邦Global fintech funding rose to $111.8 billion in 2018, up 120 percent from $50.8 billion in 2017, fueled by mega mergers
and acquisitions and buyout deals, according to a report from global auditing and consulting firm KPMG.
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e said. “Fintech also provides opportunities for those in related technology fields.”
上海乌托邦There is high demand from fintech startups for high-caliber talents with expertise in digita
l payment systems, digital asset management, blockchain and cryptocurrency, said the 2019 Hays Asia
Salary Guide. Hays expected qualified fintech candidates to command higher salaries in 2019.上海乌托邦品茶微信
Fintech is already a fast-growing industry in China. Statistics from Beijing-ba
上海乌托邦sed market consultancy Analysys showed the market scale of China’s fintech industry rea
ched 115 trillion yuan ($16.7 trillion) in 2018.This figure is expected to surpass 157 trillion yuan in 2020.
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Qian Depei, dean of the School of Data and Computer Science of Sun Y
上海乌托邦at-sen University, pointed out that though China has gained momentum in the number of supe
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Jason Juang shapes HP’s new strategy in gaming PC market to boost sales in China
上海乌托邦Jason Juang, managing director of HP China, clearly remembers details of his first visit to the Chinese mainland 26 years ago.
The Shanghai airport was small and shabby. Even a short shower was enough to flood it.
In 1993, as an employee of the US tech giant HP Inc, Juang was sent t上海乌托邦
o the Chinese mainland to share his marketing knowledge and experiences with the local staff
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Within less than three decades, however, China has become the world’s largest market for
electronics. Having witnessed ups and downs of the country’s electronics market for over 20 years, Ju上海乌托邦
ang said he is amazed by its unbelievable transformation from nothing to top.
“We knew it (the transformation) would happen, but never expected it to come at such a stunning speed,” said Juang.
上海乌托邦品茶微信The 56-year-old senior executive has spent most of his career with H
P, starting from a front-line sales professional to his current position at the helm of the compa
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Now riding the gaming and esports boom in China, Juang wants to injec
t a fresh and strong momentum into the 80-year-old US company’s business in the coun
上海乌托邦try. He wants to bring state-of-the-art, tailor-made products to China and encourage local innovation.
“With 619 million e-gamers, China is now the world’s largest gaming marke
t. Such a sprawling size has triggered changes in what consumers want,” Juang said.
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in regions where foreign teachers are scarce and local teachers may not have the best pronunciation.
Use of new technologies in online education is breaking boundaries for the nation’s students
Yang Ming, a 33-year-old immobile and partially sighted man from Ch
engde, Hebei province, never imagined he could become his family’s “financial adviser”.
However, in late April, he noticed trouble brewing in the financial statem
ents of a company whose stock was owned by his relatives, so he advised selling the shares.
Although they were reluctant at first, his relatives sold the shares at a
slight loss, but kept most of their 4,000 yuan ($578) investment intact.
A short time later, the company’s stock went into free fall when the Shanghai Stock Exchange plunged as a result of ri
sing uncertainty over trade negotiations between China and the United States.
inese close-fitting dress cheongsam, also known as qipao, and its buttons.
Freshly baked cranberry scones, two glasses of rose wine and two cups of coffee with foam lattes in a 3D effect, which
can be shaped according to favorite photos provided by guests, are also part of the afternoon tea set.
Guests can add an extra 200 yuan ($30) for a The Palace Gift swallow necklace and ear
ring set, which is a hefty cut from the original price of 699 yuan, according to the hotel.
In addition to this meticulously crafted afternoon treat, a display of The Palace Gift’s Ma
rriage Jewelry Series, co-organized by the two parties, is being held on the hotel’s first floor.
According to the jewelry brand, it takes eight important moments of li
fe – birth, becoming an adult, starting university, getting married, birthdays, moving into a new h
et forces, and China has never taken any measures to deliberately devalue the currency to make its exports more at
tractive, said Guo, who is also head of the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission.
According to Guo, the short-term fluctuation of the RMB exchan
ge rate was normal, and the depreciation will not last long given the stable economic growth base.
“Any speculative activities to short the RMB will suffer huge losses,” he warned.
The RMB’s daily trading reference, or the central parity for onshore trading, has been stabilized arou
nd 6.89 per dollar for eight days from May 20, and market watchers said market-oriented depreciation pressure was losing steam.
Yi Gang, the central bank governor, has said several times that the PBOC has ceased
direct intervention in foreign exchange markets, and the performance of RMB is address
ive, calling for animal-friendly tours and for tour operators worldwide to keep wild animals in
the wild where they belong. It gained support from many travel agencies. By the end of last year, mo
re than 200 companies have removed the wildlife-related entertainment services, such as elephant rides.
Although some travelers are still not fully aware of the concept of animal-friendly tra
vel, the research reveals that 90 percent of them think the concept should be widely promoted.
Having visited the Antarctic more than 30 times, Zhao Xin, an experienced tour guide from Beiji
ng Caissa International Travel Service, said education on wildlife protection before such a tour is important.