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Foxconn closed its Taiyuan plant after a personal dispute spiralled into a brawl involving 2,000 workers.
Beijing and Shanghai each have at least one million surveillance cameras, a study finds, but Taiyuan and Wuxi are the most surveilled on a per capita basis. The study by the British technology website Comparitech also shows that more cameras do not necessarily reduce crime rates.
TAIYUAN, China (Reuters) - Huawei Technologies' founder Ren Zhengfei said on Tuesday it would be "extremely difficult" for the United States to end the sanctions that have crippled its phone business, but that he hoped the new U.S. administration would have an "open policy".
Citizens of India and China are the most closely watched thanks to an incredible number of surveillance cameras set up in the big cities of the two Asian countries.
Chinese education authorities have gone high-tech to catch cheaters as millions of high-school students take their "gaokao", the annual university entrance exam seen as key to landing a lucrative white-collar job.
Chinese ride hailing giant Didi to resume car-pooling service after year-long halt over safety concerns
Didi has removed about 306,000 drivers from its platform since August last year, or one in every 100 registered drivers as of 2018.
Didi Chuxing boss Jean Liu says car-pooling controversy was bigger ‘blow’ than her own fight against cancer
Didi has removed about 306,000 drivers from its platform since August last year, or one in every 100 registered drivers.
The ride-hailing giant plans to invest about US$14.3mil in the nationwide programme.
All around the world, it’s now easy and practical to pick up an electric moped, a bike or even a scooter to speed up a short urban journey.
China’s ambitious plan to assign lifelong scores to citizens based on their behaviour has stoked international concern, even as the project remains nascent and numerous hurdles must be overcome before the experiment can be implemented nationwide.