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Only days after an earthquake struck, 12-year-old Hu Yibing got up 6 am excited about going back to
school in a makeshift classroom in Shuanghe town of Changning, Sichuan province.
“My school was damaged in the earthquake and we were told on Thursd
ay to attend a tent classroom that opened today,” said the boy, a sixth grader from Shuanghe Central Primary School.
With its epicenter in Shuanghe, the earthquake struck at 10:55 pm on Monday, killing 13 people and injuring 226. Estimated direct economic losses have
reached 8.89 billion yuan ($1.29 billion), according to the latest number from the Yibin city government.
Like Hu, many students have had classes suspended after the quake. By Thur
sday, over 11,000 students had resumed the classes, while more than 33,000 students in
the counties of Gongxian and Changning, the areas hit most severely by the quake, were still waiting.
live and work, but also accelerate China’s social digital transformation as well as build key competence amid the uphill battle in the global industry,” Huang said.
“There are huge investment opportunities for 5G industries, including materials, chips,
main equipment suppliers, base stations, antenna, cloud computing, internet of vehicles and the internet of things,” Hu
ang said. “5G will bring historic opportunities for China’s economic and social development.”
A new 5G research institute has also been established in Yizhuang, Beijing on Wednesday.
According to a new report by Global System for Mobile Communications Associ
ation, China is set to become the largest 5G market in the globe, with 460 million 5G users by 2025.
FTSE Russell, a leading global multi-asset index, data and analytics provider, said Satur
day that it will add Chinese A shares to its widely-tracked global benchmarks next month.
The addition will be officially effective after the close of share markets on June 24.
According to the plan of FTSE Russell, this move marks the first stage of incorporatin
g Chinese shares into its indexes. In this stage, 1,097 Chinese stocks, or 20 percent of A shares, will be bro
ught into the indexes, drawing an expected $10 billion from passive investors.
FTSE Russell will add 40 percent of A shares to its indexes in September, and another 40 percent in March next year.