To meet the demand of personnel covering social insurance for medical services, such as household sickbeds and home medical services, Hangzhou has recently rolled out ‘New Policy on Rates for Home Medical Service and Medical Reimbursement’ to optimize medical insurance services.
1) household sickbed will be tentatively charged at 80 yuan per time;
2) home medical service will be reimbursed by medical insurance to alleviate citizens’ burden for medical care.
Zhejiang province has seen an increase in the number of people entering and exiting China since the country removed certain COVID-19 restrictions on international passenger flights on Jan 8.
According to the provincial bureau exit and entry, from Jan 8 to 16, the province issued 68,471 exit and entry certificates, up 2,500 percent year-on-year.
Hangzhou issued 20,125 exit and entry certificates, the most of any city in the province, followed by Wenzhou and Ningbo.
The provincial bureau’s statistics suggest that most people were travelling for tourism, business, family reunion, or education.
Tao Dong, an officer at the provincial bureau of exit and entry, said that people can also apply for “green channel” services, which give priority to people who have urgent needs.
This year’s No. 11 Typhoon “Hinnamnor” was now landing on the eastern coast of South Korea at 8 o’clock today. The impact on our province has ended, and the Provincial Meteorological Observatory will no longer release relevant news about it. Continue reading →
Representatives ring the bell to celebrate the listing of Hangzhou Langhong Technology Co Ltd on Beijing Stock Exchange on Sept 1. [Photo/Hangzhou Daily]
Hangzhou Langhong Technology Co Ltd, headquartered in Binjiang district, Hangzhou became the district’s 67th listed firm on Sept 1.
Zhang Dengfeng, top official of Binjiang district, and Xi Hong, chairman of Hangzhou Langhong Technology Co Ltd, rang the bell for the listing.
Hangzhou Langhong Technology Co Ltd is an industry leader in providing security solutions for electronic merchandise.
This year, the “Asian Games Football Dream” Public Welfare Project has obtained new breakthroughs on the road of overseas expansion. Following the first landing in Malaysia, the Asian Games Public Welfare proactively cooperated with Hong Kong (China), United Arab Emirates, Japan and other countries and regions, and took initiative to integrate into the tide of coordinated development of Asian sports, hoping that the young people in Asia can unite together with the help of “Asian Games Football Dream” to understand Hangzhou Asian Games and improve football skills.
SJK(C) CHIN WOO Primary School of Malaysia received the football equipment kits donated by Jinling Sports.
On July 18 this year, the first batch of football training materials arrived at and was handed over to SJK(C) CHIN WOO Primary School of Malaysia. The “Asian Games Football Dream” Public Welfare Project plans to complete the donation of 100 “Asian Games Football Dream” Schools of Malaysia in September.
“Asian Games Football Dream” School Application completed by schools of Dubai
In March this year, the Asian Games Public Welfare sent the invitation to a great number of UAE schools. At present, three schools have officially submitted the “Asian Games Football Dream” School Application. In July this year, Chiu Yang Por Yen Primary School (Hong Kong, China) was officially selected as the first “Asian Games Football Dream” School. In August this year, the Asian Games Public Welfare sent the invitation of joining the “Asian Games Football Dream” Schools to two schools of Japan by letter, hoping to receive a reply soon and jointly contribute to the realization of the Asian Games Dream.
Letters on inviting two schools of Japan to participate in the Asian Games Public Welfare
As of August, 2022, there were about 2,500 schools submitting the Asian School Application of this project, 1,902 schools were selected, and nearly 1,300 schools completed school plaque awarding and equipment donation.
An engineer fine-tunes an industrial robot in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, on Jan 16, 2022. [Photo by Long Wei/For China Daily]
The 12th China International Robotics Summit kicked off in Wuhu, Anhui province on Friday, attracting over 600 enterprises, and scientific research institutions.
The summit aims to promote the robotic industry for clustering development and building new ecology.
Based on the robotic listed companies’ number and output value, industrial park’s number, winning number of the Capek Prize, robotic downstream market, supporting policies, and talent training, the summit announced the top 10 cities which have a strong comprehensive strength in robotic industry.
Hangzhou, capital of East China’s Zhejiang province, ranked seventh on the list.