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More and more people who are working in Beijing opt to live in Tianjin due to the high housing cost in the capital…
story  beijing  tianjin  commute  kid  education  work  life  choice  today 
june 2019 by aries1988
‘China’s Manhattan’ Borrowed Heavily. The People Have Yet to Arrive.
A largely empty urban district struggling with billions of dollars in debt demonstrates the breakdown of the Chinese economic growth model. Yujiapu Financial…
tianjin  reportage 
april 2019 by aries1988
tianjin  tradition  art  painting  festival  book  best 
february 2019 by aries1988





· 第一条建议,就是内心笃定一点。
· 第二条建议,就是理解人的基本需求。
· 第三条建议,就是持续投资于知识技能提升。
· 第四条建议,就是给孩子探究和发挥创意的教育。
· 第五条建议,就是不要鄙薄孩子任何发展方向。
· 第六条建议,就是重视理解事物的本质。
tianjin  author  scifi  self  success  2019  china  advice  parenting  future  education  workforce 
january 2019 by aries1988
“逃离北上广,落户新一线”——中国城市间为什么打起了人才争夺战?|深度|端传媒 Initium Media
tianjin  2018  moi 
june 2018 by aries1988
China’s ‘Saxophone Capital,’ a Factory Town Transfixed by Kenny G
Once derided as a bourgeois excess, the saxophone is making a comeback in China. And one northern village is delighted to be playing its part.
january 2018 by aries1988
All about sodium cyanide, the extremely toxic chemical found in vast quantities at the Tianjin explosion site
Most of the world’s gold is not found in nugget form but as very fine gold powders in rocks. In fact, our cultural demand for gold forces us to mine in rocks that can be as low as 0.005% gold. This means we need industrial extraction to separate and purify gold from all the other materials.

After mining and milling, the crude rock mixture is turned into a fine powder and added to a solution of sodium cyanide. The gold forms strong bonds with cyanide molecules and can then be separated from the rest of the minerals because it is then soluble in water. It then reacts with zinc and turns back into a solid. Finally is smelted to isolate the gold and cast into bars.

Inhaling or swallowing sodium cyanide blocks oxygen transport causing serious medical problems and ultimately death.

But the nature of cyanides means we can detect them easily and monitor the process of cleaning up. The clean-up should proceed as quickly as possible. The other heartening factor is that after the short-term—albeit very seriously deadly—effects, there should be no slow-onset ramifications, as you would get with a carcinogen or something harder to deal with.
explained  chemistry  tianjin 
august 2015 by aries1988






reportage  2015  tianjin 
august 2015 by aries1988
As Beijing Becomes a Supercity, the Rapid Growth Brings Pains -
YANJIAO, China — Every morning at 5:30, Liu Desheng joins a dozen retirees waiting for the express bus to central Beijing from this small city in Hebei…
city  beijing  tianjin 
july 2015 by aries1988
Tianjin Project
Tianjin Project is a graduate work by a talented friend of mine on Twitter, Tunghsiao Liu. It’s a book about Tianjian made with iBooks Author for iPad. There’s also an awesome video about it.
ibooks  iPad  ebook  tianjin 
july 2012 by aries1988

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