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    2017-December-20  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Buddha-like youngsters

An article describing the attitude of post-1990s generation toward life has recently gone viral* on Chinese social media, as it resonates* with millions of youngsters by reflecting their casualness* and calmness under mounting social pressure.

The article was first published on WeChat with the title “The first group of the post-90s generation that has become monks.” By using the phrase “Buddha-like youngsters,” it claimed that some of the post-90s generation, who were born between 1990 and 1992, have “seen through the vanity* of life” and kept a casual and calm mindset toward career and life.

Park admission fee

Hong Kong Ocean Park has announced that it will raise admission fees by 9 percent from January 1.

To maintain competitiveness through investment and facility enhancement*, balance cost pressures and keep the park’s finances sustainable, the park will implement a new pricing plan that will take effect January 1, 2018, said park chairman Leo Kung. Daytime admission tickets for adults and children will be raised to HK$480 and HK$240 respectively, while prices for annual passes will remain unchanged.

Test flight

A second prototype* of China’s large passenger jet C919 completed its maiden flight in Shanghai on Sunday, which was marked as a step closer to China becoming a global aviation powerhouse.

The domestic jet, coded 10102, took off shortly after 10:30 a.m. at Shanghai Pudong International Airport and the flight lasted around two hours. It tested the performance of the C919 major systems and equipment, such as taking-off and landing, navigation* and communication, speed acceleration and deceleration.

Wi-Fi coverage

Wi-Fi is going to be available on all high-speed trains in the future, according to Huang Min, deputy general manager of China Railway Corp., the country’s railway operator.

Free Wi-Fi access is already available on the Shanghai-Beijing line on which the country’s new-generation bullet trains Fuxing run. The stability of the Internet speed in tunnels and mountainous areas is a major obstacle to overcome, Huang said. (SD-Agencies)

 

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