hey have been doing this for three months no end is in sight

  Park Hyun-soon, an eggplant farmer who lives next to the heap, says the fires spew ash over her greenhouses, blocking light from the plants and ruining her produce.

  ”The eggplants are growing gnarled,” she says. “We almost never open our windo

ws. When we leave the house, we don’t smell the nature but the burning (garbage).”

  The local government now issues dust masks to residents.

  ”My eyes hurt, my head hurts,” Park says. “All the residents are suffering.”

  Story of a trash mountain

  The Uiseong garbage pile is the largest in South Korea, according to local officials, and has a storied history.

  In 2008, Kim Seok-dong, a recycling business owner, was granted a license to keep 2,000 tons of waste on the site.

  But in 2016, his permit was canceled after locals began complaining that the rural s

pot was overrun with trash. Kim tried to fight the ban, but in 2018 a court ordered him to remove the waste.

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Without mutual trust, neither the US will accept the

demand for lifting the sanctions at one go, nor will Pyongyang dismantle all its nuclear facilit

ies and destroy its nuclear weapons in compliance with Washington’s demand.

Perhaps this lack of mutual trust prevented Kim and Trump from signing any agreem

ents at their second summit. Or maybe they didn’t sign any agreements because the two sides had not m

ade good preparations to reach consensuses on even very important issues.

With no agreements planned in advance, all the problems were left for the two leaders to dis

cuss and decide. And even if the two leaders have formed a good personal friendship, as Trump claimed, th

ey cannot be expected to compromise their countries’ positions on complicated historical issues.

Yet the second summit cannot be regarded as a failure, especia

lly because the Trump administration has left room for further talks with Pyongyang.

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Abrupt end to Trump-Kim summit prompts sighs of relief

  The news that President Donald Trump walked away from negotiations with Nor

th Korea early and empty-handed led many experts and lawmakers to heave sig

hs of relief, even as the summit’s abrupt finale raises questions about where things go from here.

  Many had worried that the President, eager to score a success and distract from damaging

testimony by his former personal lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen, would make a deal that endangered Am

erica’s national security and possibly decrease the chances of Pyonyang denuclearization.

  According to people familiar with conversations among the President’s senior national security officials, Trump told so

me advisers ahead of the Hanoi talks that he did not want to appear overly thirsty to secure a deal, hoping to pro

ve wrong the myriad analysts who predicted he’d give away the store to demonstrate some type of progress.

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More than 80 percent of the respondents said their salary was

not adjusted for more than one year, while 54 percent said their salary was cut due to shrinking bonuses.

Nearly 54 percent of those surveyed said they were unable to strike a balance bet

ween family and career due to low salary, according to the survey.

The survey was based on questionnaires completed by 1,064 employees aged 20 and above from Jan 24 to Feb 11.

According to the island’s statistical agency, the real average monthly salary of employees in Taiwan’s industrial and ser

vice sectors was NT$38,235 ($1,243) in 2018, which is below the average monthly salary of NT$38,398 in 2001.

Employees in the telecommunications sector earn the most on the

island, with an average monthly salary of NT$100,791, followed by those working in

the industries of banking, electricity and gas supply and air transport, the agency said.

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Nissan said this month that it would build its new X-Trail

  rather than in northernEngland”Japanese businesses are seeing returning to Japan as affordable and profitable,” said S

tephen Nagy, an associate professor at International Christian University in Tokyo.

  Honda said it had decided to shut its plant because of “the unpre

cedented changes in the global automotive industry” such as the shift toward electric veh

cles. It plans to move production from Britain to Japan, the United States and China.

  Recent trade deals have also made Britain a less attractive base for Japanese companies after Brexit.

  Nagy pointed to the trade deal between the European Union and Japan, which took effec

t this month, and the agreement between 11 Pacific nations that kicked in at the end of last year.

  ”The UK will not be part of either [deal], making it a much less attractive platform for Japanese businesses,” he said.

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Actor puts spotlight on Peking Universityan actor, has bec

get of plagiarism allegations because he, having obtained a PhD at the Beijing Film Academy and been freshly enrolled by Peking University f

or postdoctoral research, was found to not know about the China National Knowledge Infra

structure (CNKI), a Chinese database of academic resources. China Daily writer Zhang Zhouxiang comments:

To anyone who has ever written an academic essay in the Chinese language, Zhai not knowing

about CNKI is as absurd as a self-claimed chemist not knowing the periodic table of elements. CNKI is an

online platform that allows students and scholars to search for academic articles and papers published in

China, and read the materials they need for their dissertations at their college libraries’ expense. Unless a st

udent claims an exception, their dissertation will be included as reference for other researchers.

The allegations against Zhai have naturally stirred up a hornet’s nest of opinions online. B

y Tuesday morning, at least nine hashtags about the incident had appeared on Sina Weibo, China’s equi

valent to Twitter. Added together, these hashtags have been read 3.9 billion times in all.

It should be noted that the incident is not entertainment gossip, but a serious matter about academic plagiarism. If any research instituti

on allows a person to obtain a degree by plagiarizing the work of others, those with real potential for do

ing genuine academic research will lose the opportunity, which in turn hurts the academic environment as a whole.

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Zhangjiakou chamber boiler exploded WeChat public release

According to zhangjiakou WeChat public release news, about 16 PM on January 30, sig b

ath center in qiaodong district zhangjiakou red flag (electric) of the boi

ler in a boiler explosion safety accidents, killing 2 people on the spot, two people were injured.At present, the inj

ured have been sent to the hospital.Rescue workers rushed to the scene at the first time for disposal.

Do WeChat public letter according to the destination network number one hundred destination, the cause of the acc

ident to sig bath center to the illegal use of obsolete coal-fired boiler, the boiler door ring and furnace joint cr

acking, soda pop out sharply, the boiler exploded.Accident suspect in crime, was under control.

The Spring Festival approaching, im

mediately zhangjiakou such accident, painful.At work and in daily life, we must pay

attention to safety, to avoid accidents.Work for a year, in the Chinese New Year is the greatest thing.

It is understood that after the accident, sig business club has been suspen

ded.Club in the evening, sig of the brand that hung on the door closed, empty inside.

Source: zhangjiakou release, destination in one hundred, zhangjiakou circle of friends

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Starbucks CEO said he would run for President, trump twe

Just the web comprehensive coverage rump on twitter for former starbucks CEO Howard schultz responded to run for P

resident.He said on twitter, “Howard schultz didn’t the courage to run for President.Look at his perf

ormance last night on “60 minutes”, I quite agree with, he says he is he is not a “wise man”.In addition, the United States ha

s a wise man!I only hope, starbucks can continue to give me pay for their rent in the trump tower!”

According to a CNN reported previously, a former star

bucks CEO Howard schultz, 27, said he was seriously considered in 2020

as a “centrist independent” running for President.He aired on 27, on the CBS tele

vision program “60 minutes”, said “we are living in one of the most vulnerable period”.

Not only that, but he also batch trump and the two parties in the United States.”N

ot only the President, in fact, not qualified to be President, the two parties didn’t do things that the Am

erican people need, but also every day to participate in the political retaliation.”Schultz said.

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Romance by real”?Hyun bin and sohn ye jin supermarket

  Recently, hyun bin and south Korean stars sohn ye jin is in love message has become a hot news.

  How visitors see two people walks in Los Angeles, hyun bin with sohn ye jin parents to

gether for dinner.However, hyun bin and sohn ye jin’s brokerage firms are respectively the first denied gossip.

  Sohn ye jin fang said sohn ye jin parents in South Korea, sohn ye jin is the travel alone, can’t meet with hyun bin.

  Hyun bin holds that hyun bin has just finished filming work, now because of work reasons people abroad, not to travel.

  Due to encounter are not upload photos of two people, plus a brokerage firm quickly denied, netizens have a grain

of salt, the truthfulness of two people in love only to be sure, two of them are abroad now.

  However, brokerage, denied the message of love were “face” a few days later.

  January 21, netizens have accompanied with sohn ye jin hyun bin superma

rket, and photograph upload online.Say good “travel alone” and “with work”?

  Photos, hyun bin and sohn ye jin is a low-key film of leisure dress up.Wearing a hat and

sunglasses sohn ye jin his hands in his, very leisurely paced back and forth in front of the shelves.

  ”The boyfriend” hyun bin is responsible for pushing was piled full of shopping cart,

he put on his hat, his face did not hide sunglasses, masks, seems to be not afraid of being recognized.

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