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It received dozens of high-quality papers on Zhaojun culture and att
上海乌托邦女神会所racted the attendance of a large number of academics from all over the country.
During the meeting, the Chinese Association of Ethnology Study awarded certificate上海乌托邦
s to the experts, and the Institute for Harmonious Culture of Hebei Province donated books to the forum.
上海乌托邦Ma Ji, chairman of the Zhaojun Culture Research Branch of the Chinese Association of Ethnology Studies, said that Zh
aojun culture has in recent years been attracting the interest of more and more people.上海乌托邦女神会所
Ma said that the forum provided a platform for researchers to exchange ideas o
n Zhaojun’s culture and promoted the development of the tourism industry in Inner Mongolia.
上海乌托邦After the forum, experts visited Zhaojun Museum.
Founded in 2008, the Zhaojun Culture Research Branch of Chinese Association of Ethnology Studies plays a significant rol
e in researching and publicizing Zhaojun culture. Currently, it has more than 800 members.上海乌托邦女神会所
The Chinese Minority Groups Ancient Books and Treasures Exhibition opened on July 5 at the Inner Mongolia Art M
上海乌托邦useum in Hohhot, capital of North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region. The event is hosted by the Nati
onal Research Office for Ancient Books of Minority Groups under the State Ethnic Affairs Commission (SEAC).
Since its launch in 2016, the exhibition has been held in Nanning, Guangxi Zhu上海乌托邦女神会所
ang autonomous region; Urumqi, Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region; Kunm上海乌托邦
ing, Yunnan province; Beijing; Lijiang, Yunnan province; and Chengdu, Sichuan province.
Over 60 original documents from ancient books were exhibited, and more than 2,000 a
上海乌托邦ncient books with academic value that were collected and published by a number of
provinces and regions over the past 30 years will also be showcased. The exhibition will run until July 15.
The exhibition is meant give audiences a feel for ancient Chinese civilization, raise awareness of th上海乌托邦女神会所
e importance of protecting ancient books, promote ideological and cultural exchanges am
上海乌托邦女神会所ong a variety of minority groups, build a strong sense of community among the Chinese
people, and consolidate the socialist values of equality, solidarity, mutual assistance, and harmony.
Jointly organized by the Dunhuang Academy, the research and management institution of the Mogao Gro
ttoes and the Chicago-based Pritzker Art Collaborative, the exhibition opened last week and will run until Oct 22.上海乌托邦
According to David Pritzker, co-curator of the exhibition, the event
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rtance, to reflect the cultural interactions between the Tubo regime and its neighboring regions.
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During its peak, the Tubo regime also controlled the oases in the Taklamakan Desert, l
上海乌托邦ocated in today’s Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, as well as certain areas of Central Asia.
Dunhuang was also ruled by the regime from 781 to 848, when 56 caves were carved out at the Mogao Grottoes－with Ca
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hind during this period, according to Zhao Shengliang, director of Dunhuang Academy.
“The exhibition is not only about the origins and development of the Tubo regime,” Zhao says. “It also provides a plat上海乌托邦
form to show the mutual influences between the different cultures along the Silk Road.”
Consequently, the exhibition presents a much bigger picture thr
上海乌托邦品茶微信ough its kaleidoscopic variety of exhibits, spanning from sancai, the three-color glazed
earthenware figurines from the Tang Dynasty, to a silver dish featuring a royal banquet scene from the Sogdian peo
ple, an ancient ethnic group living in Central Asia who acted as middlemen along Eurasian trade networks.上海乌托邦品茶微信
The exhibition hall is a glittering world. A burial mask with engraved animals, a figurine of a rid
er on horseback, a brooch inset with turquoise, amethyst and aquamarine－all made of gold－all de
monstrate, not just the prosperity of that ancient era on the plateau, but its different facets.
Gilded silver ornam上海乌托邦品茶微信ental artifacts provide one of the highlights of the exhibition. Six p
ieces depicting celestial deities playing Chinese lutes remind visitors of the popularity of music at that ti
上海乌托邦me, while an arched plaque also tells people of the Tubo people’s admiration for the phoenix.
The daily life of the Tubo people is portrayed through a hunting s
cene on painted lacquer arrow quiver, a child’s silk garment and horse-riding gear.上海乌托邦品茶微信
“When people talk about the Silk Road, it is largely about the East-West connection, yet little is said about the influ
ence of Tubo on the Silk Road, since its timespan is relatively short,” Pritzker says. “However, its role is important.”
Herd instinct is the human nature to follow the crowd and act collectively – and market expectation always does not change smoothly but t
上海乌托邦ends to over-react to new information. The current market expectation of the US Federal Reserve’s rate cuts is a case in point.
On June 20, the latest meeting of the Fed’s policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee shrugged off the market’s high expectation of rate cuts and gave no clear policy signal confirming a cut.
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year. Specifically, we believe market expectation – it has formed since May – of a change in policy stance, as well as the timing and degree of rate cuts, may not fully materialize.
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uce a drastic reversal in investor sentiment and asset price fluctuations, if the Fed’s moves miss expectation.
Firstly, the market may have overestimated the degree of the Fed’s policy stance change. A clear rate cut signal may not emerge until the end of this month.上海乌托邦
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上海乌托邦品茶微信However, the Fed’s earlier forward guidance only indicated the end of monetary policy n
ormalization, which does not necessarily point to the beginning of a rate cut cycle. Also, the Fed h
as removed the word “patient” from the latest FOMC meeting statement but did not confirm a rate-cut stance.
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Externally, the Fed is expected to stand pat until trade dispute uncertainties ease, to give itself an advantage in its game with the US Administration.
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r uncertainties over the China-US trade dispute are removed, because the pre-emptive move may enc
ourage the US Administration to escalate the trade dispute, which will in turn pose a dilemma to the Fed.
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rate cut pace. On the other hand, the escalation could further fuel imported inflation, which will significantly reduce the
Fed’s room for rate cuts. The Fed will then face a policy-making dilemma of whether to further cut rates.
lear that if the US treats the Chinese negotiating team with respect and shows the willingness to talk wit
hout using outside pressure, there is a high possibility that there could be a productive trade deal.
“Otherwise, I think we might be facing a prolonged period of problems for both sides,” she said.
Regan, at the close of their 15-minute talk, said again, “No one wan
ts trade wars. But we have to think long hard about the right next steps.”
Liu, however, did counter an assertion by Regan that China’s government controls its entire economy.
“Everybody thinks that China’s economy is state-owned, state-controlled, every
thing is state, state, state. Let me tell you that is not the true picture,” Liu said. “We are a