天津市建設用地節約集約利用水平全國居首

中新網天津9月17日電(記者張道正)記者17日從天津市國土房管局獲悉,中華人民共和國自然資源部日前印發《全國城市區域建設用地節約集約利用評價情況通報》,公布全國各省、自治區、直轄市城市區域建設用地節約集約利用水平,天津市綜合指數位列全國之首,各項指標均位居全國前列。

據了解,此次測評根據全國各省市2017年底提供的城市區域建設用地節約集約利用評價成果,選取建設用地地均固定資產投資、單位GDp增長消耗新增建設用地量等關鍵指標進行統計分析,同時測算得出城市節約集約利用綜合指數,形成《情況通報》後向社會公布。

天津市城市節約集約利用綜合指數為53.22,位居中國各省市之首,較全國平均水平30.97高出71.8%。其中,3項關鍵指標均排名全國第一,分別為建設用地地均固定資產投資316.5萬元/公頃、單位GDp增長消耗新增建設用地量2.42公頃/億元、單位固定資產投資消耗新增建設用地量0.27萬元/公頃,分別較全國平均水平高出108%、275%、196%。建設用地地均GDp為431.6萬元/公頃,全國排名第三,較全國平均水平高出94%。

按照天津市委、市政府要求,市國土房管局著力構建土地節約集約利用管理與制度體系,多措並舉提升土地節約集約利用水平。編制和執行《天津市建設項目用地控制指標》,形成建設項目設計、核准備案審批、城市規劃審批、土地審批等項目用地標准的全過程監管體系,填補了天津市無建設項目土地使用標准的空白。

與此同時,天津強化土地集約利用綠色發展指標評估,將各區年度下降率情況納入政府年度績效考核體系,對下降率低的區相應扣減得分。創新考核獎懲制度,將各區新增建設用地規模與補充耕地任務、違法用地治理、土地批供率、閑置土地處置、土地節約集約利用相掛鉤,獎優罰劣。通過采取各項舉措,天津市節約集約用地水平逐年攀升,為綠色發展高質量發展提供有力支撐。

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September 17, 2018.     Category: Uncategorized.   No Comments.

the entire body of the customer

Some people desire enough of a tan for just one occasion such as an evening out. Some people look at all options available in sunless tanning products and decide to tan the old-fashioned way, after all. For those who opt for a traditional, sun-induced tan, caution and protective measures are recommended.

Currently, sunless tanning spray can be found at high-end salons or spas and can anywhere from $25 per session to up to $100 for a few one-hour sessions. Sunless tanning spray contains dihydroxyacetone (DHA). DHA is applied in a fine mist to the entire body of the customer. DHA reacts with dead skin cells on the surface of the body, causing them to turn brown. Most tanners who use the spray method report good, realistic results and excellent coverage. The spray on tans last five to seven days, typically.

Sunless tanning spray is either water or oil based. The former is recommended for people with sensitive skin. The FDA has approved DHA as safe since the 1970s. It is colorless — the color change in tanners’ skin is chemical — but may at first emit a slight odor, which should disappear after showering. It will not stain clothing.

Sunless tanning spray is not recommended for people with dry and flaky skin or for people with very fair skin. In the case of those with dry skin, a spray tan may end up looking patchy, due to the accelerated shedding of dead skin cells. For those with fair skin, the tan may end up looking too dark or otherwise awkward.

Moisturizing can optimize the life of a spray tan. Other preparations to take are to exfoliate before having sunless tanning spray applied, avoiding showering for at least four hours before the tanning session, and avoiding physical activity for a short while after the spray tan is applied. The better precautions are taken and the more diligently aftercare is pursued, the better the results of a spray tan will be.

August 17, 2018.     Category: Uncategorized.   No Comments.

Teach you the color matching knowledge of clothing

Green Green symbolizes nature, growth, freshness, tranquility, safety and hope. It is a delicate color that is reminiscent of plants in nature. However, green itself is difficult to match with other colors. In the very popular kind of pale green, it is not easy to find a better match than white.

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Colors In the market, there are a lot of printed fabrics. We can classify them into a certain color according to the main colors above, and then match them according to the general colors. Usually small floral fabrics can still be matched with plain fabrics of the same color, such as pink floral fabric with pink sleeves and skirts. For large-flower suits, it is best not to use the same type of fabric to match, but to use contrast or white to match, in order to make the advantages of the large pattern slightly balanced. There is no matter what kind of flower cloth, if it is a two-piece style, you must pay attention to its depth. If the upper body is light, the lower body should be deep, if the lower body is deep, the upper body should be shallow. The cut wiring of the color clothing should not be mostly, unless it is to match the plain trimming, otherwise you should try to use the pattern of the flower cloth as an embellishment. The cut is generous and simple. It is suitable for those who lack the personality. If wearing big flower clothing, pay attention to using makeup to remedy. In the focus of eyebrows, eyes, lips, etc., it is necessary to strengthen to enhance personalization. Small floral costumes, eye and lip makeup should be emphasized, so that the color will not be dominant. Similarly, striped clothing should also pay more attention to makeup, but the stripes are not as good as distracting people’s vision, so it is easier to make up.

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If light green with red, too soil; with black, too heavy; with blue, rushing; with yellow can only say barely; if wearing green clothes, you can use white leather bags and shoes, silver-gray effect second, Other colors are still less touched. Therefore, when buying green clothing, it is not impulsive and greedy. In particular, pay attention to whether you have white and silver skirts and pants to match. On the contrary, when buying green skirts and green pants, you must not forget to wear a white one. Jacket jacket. When wearing green system clothing, the foundation should be yellow, the foundation of the flour or the same color as the foundation. Eye cream should be dark green or light green (depending on the color of the clothing), eyebrow pencil should be dark brown, rouge should be orange (yellow red), lipstick and nail polish are also orange.

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April 9, 2018.     Category: Uncategorized.   No Comments.

University culture nurtures racism – I see it all the time

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For the first time in my four years at university, it’s starting to feel like campus racism is being noticed more widely than by the students who experience it. I’m writing in the wake of “Punish a Muslim Day”, a concept that feels dystopian but one about which students at my university rightly felt it necessary to circulate an open letter expressing their concern. The last few months have seen a rise in overtly racist campus attacks reported in the media, which Ilyas Nagdee wrote last month are “just the tip of the iceberg”. Nagdee is right, but we must also consider the idea that these cases of racist chanting or abuse are isolated from university culture more broadly.

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As many expressed shock at these racist events as they unfolded, most BME students I work with say that these incidents are not beyond the realms of imagination. Many of us have experienced versions of the reports we’re seeing, sometimes in glimmers, or in subtler, more insidious guises, but they are there all the same. I have heard reports of university racism occurring everywhere from club queues to lecture halls to therapists’ chairs. Sometimes it’s obvious, in the form of slurs or chants, but other times it’s in the form of profiling, lazy assumptions or structural barriers. But both overt and covert forms exist on the same spectrum of behaviours – on the far end are Nottingham Trent, Warwick and Exeter’s allegations, but for students to reach those extremes their beliefs must be nurtured by a society, and a university culture, that has condoned their behaviour up to that point. A group of boys would not wake up one day and decide to chant “we hate the blacks”. They would first have to believe they are in an environment in which they will be free of repercussions.

Racism can come from both from those who do not intend to be racist, and from structures and cultures; and it works alongside extreme incidents we see grabbing headlines. Many who are appalled by these incidents will nonetheless think that decolonising the curriculum and establishing safe spaces are extreme and dangerous measures; but these efforts are intertwined and interdependent. Making campuses safer for BME students means making meaningful cultural changes. A lack of diversity and representation in the makeup of staff and students also helps maintain an environment in which minority students don’t feel that their concerns and experiences will be validated or taken seriously. Victims of racism are still forced to take screen grabs or iPhone videos to be believed.

At Cambridge, the lion’s share of the work to tackle campus racism and to mediate its after-effects is done by the student body itself. The students’ union has long been engaged in the push for structural and policy changes, vehemently opposing the Prevent strategy this year. Student-run groups such as Decolonise Cambridge and Cambridge Defend Education have also fought the battle against the strategy, and against a narrow and colonised curriculum. Meanwhile, BME officers at each college work to establish safe environments for their constituents.

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But far too little comes from a university level. I hope, for example, that universities heed the need for safe spaces; it’s difficult to watch those images of a first year’s locked bedroom door as the chants go on outside, and not wonder why they might want a private room where they can sit with others and talk about race. At my university, students have established their own networks, where attendance is growing: FLY, a group for women and non-binary people of colour; the students’ union’s BME campaign; and FUSE, a space for LGBT+ people of colour. These groups function as spaces for solidarity and support where students feel neglected by the institution and ignored, misunderstood and unrepresented by formal support services. So much more could come from university leadership – even a simple acknowledgment that BME students experience marginalisation, and that the communities they have forged to mediate this are welcomed and supported.

Beyond talking the talk, what more could universities be doing on a practical level? A place to start might be borrowing methods from the fight against sexual violence on campus. Cambridge’s Breaking the Silence initiative encourages anonymous reporting, which circumvents potential stumbling blocks around the bureaucracy of complaints, and still manages to demonstrate that sexual violence exists on a large scale. I know first hand that we have a low level of reporting of racism, but this is consistently incongruous with what’s divulged in student organising groups. Asking why this discrepancy exists, and then looking to anonymous reporting, might be a place to start across UK campuses.

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As Sara Ahmed points out, the assumption that to remove a person is to remove a problem is often how the problem remains. A small cluster of universities disciplining students and issuing statements only removes the part of the problem that’s most visible. Racism is more than a PR crisis, and universities will need more than a communications strategy to tackle it. I agree that the climate among universities seems to be concern for reputation over racism – we must strive for more than the rubber stamp of metrics such as the Race Equality Charter Mark. Race is a politicised and difficult topic, but student welfare is a political issue. It may feel like a risk to take the lead in anti-racist strategy, but it would be fiercely proactive rather than feebly reactive.

Institutions must dedicate more funding to initiatives to tackle racism; they must craft clear, well publicised and viable means by which to report it; take a critical and accountable approach to their histories; and integrate intercultural approaches into their support services. A small group of students’ unforgivable behaviour has been addressed, but it would be naive to think that retrospective action will address the root of the problem.

文章轉自https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/apr/04/campus-racism-universities-more-proactive

March 9, 2018.     Category: Uncategorized.   No Comments.

You know when to be quiet and when to speak up

As a bass player, you need to know when to be subtle or drop out of a song, as well as how to build back up and make your presence more known. Doing this is one of the most effective ways to add dynamics to songs that otherwise lack them. It isn’t necessarily fun to stop playing during sections of a song, but you know that it is making the music better. Your skill with this also translates to the rest of your life. You are very skilled with knowing how to navigate conversations and when to speak up to let your opinion be heard, as well as when to simply listen to others.

You look at things with a different perspective.
Bass has a very different role in music than most instruments. You span the gap between the rhythmic and melodic components of the band in a unique way, which leads to you perceiving music differently than other people do. This affects both how you play music (any bass player will tell you how unnatural it sounds when guitar players try to play bass), and how you listen to it. While others focus on the lead instruments or the melody of a song first, you hear what’s going on underneath and how the rest of the music is built on top of it. By having this different perspective on something as universal as music, it shifts the way you look at the world around you. This way of looking at the world gives you valuable and unique insight.

You are flexible.
Playing bass requires you to work in a variety of situations that each pose unique challenges and obstacles. Whether you are facing live sound issues or playing with musicians who are not giving you the recognition you deserve, life as a bass player requires you to be flexible and deal with things as they come. While other musicians may get more benefit of the doubt when it comes to these situations, people still think of bass players as lazy, lesser musicians and expect them to just accept what is thrown at them. While you still remain strong in your demand for respect, you know how to adjust yourself to keep moving forward. Having this flexibility makes you strong in times when life throws curveballs at you, as well. While other people won’t know how to adapt, you succeed in spite of hardships

January 9, 2018.     Category: Uncategorized.   No Comments.

the days of his life.

He was so much interested in what he had done that twenty years later he developed the idea and applied for a patent for a curious contrivance for lifting flat-boats over shoals.

The journey to New Orleans was a valuable experience.33 Lincoln’s first actual contact with the system of slavery made him an abolitionist for life, and the impressions he received were retained throughout his entire career. He returned to St. Louis by steamer, walked across the country to New Salem, and became a clerk in the store of Denton Offutt, measuring calico, weighing out sugar and nails, tending a grist-mill, and making himself useful to his employer and popular with the people.

The following year he engaged in a mercantile adventure on his own account at New Salem which failed disastrously, and found himself loaded with obligations which, in humorous satire upon his own folly, he called “the national debt.” His creditors accepted his notes in settlement, and during the next seventeen years he paid them in instalments unto the uttermost farthing, although the terrible responsibility darkened all

“That debt,” he once said to a friend, “was the greatest obstacle I have ever met in my life; I had no way of speculating, and could not earn money except by labor, and to earn by labor eleven hundred dollars besides my living seemed the work of a lifetime. There was, however, but one way. I went to the creditors, and told them that if they would let me alone I would give them all I could earn over my living, as fast as I could earn it.”

As late as 1849, when a member of Congress, so we are informed by Mr. Herndon, he sent home money saved from his salary to be applied on these obligations. Only a single creditor refused to accept his promises. A man named Van Bergen, who bought one of his notes on speculation, brought suit, obtained judgment against him, and levied upon the horse, saddle, and instruments used by him daily in surveying, and with which, to use his own words, he “kept body and soul together.”

James Short, a well-to-do farmer living a few miles34 north of New Salem, heard of the trouble which had befallen his young friend, and, without advising Lincoln, attended the sale, bought in the horse and surveying instruments for one hundred and twenty dollars, and turned them over to their former owner. After Lincoln left New Salem James Short removed to the far West, and one day thirty years later he received a letter from Washington, containing the surprising but gratifying announcement that he had been commissioned as Indian agent.

It was this honorable discharge of the obligations in which he became involved through the rascality of another man that gave Lincoln the sobriquet of “Honest Old Abe,” which one of his biographers has said “proved of greater service to himself and his country than if he had gained the wealth of Cr?sus.”

It was while he was struggling along, trying to do business with his partner Berry, that he was appointed postmaster at New Salem, which office he continued to hold until it was discontinued in May, 1836. His duties as postmaster, as well as his compensation, were very light, because there were only two or three hundred patrons of the office and their correspondence was limited. He carried their letters around in his hat and read all of their newspapers before he delivered them.

A widely circulated story that Lincoln was once a saloon-keeper was based upon the fact that the firm of Berry & Lincoln obtained a license to sell liquors, which was the practice of all country storekeepers in those days; but, as a matter of fact, the firm never had money or credit sufficient to obtain a stock of that class of goods, and committed the offence only by intention.

In the great debate in 1858, Douglas, in a patronizing manner and a spirit of badinage, spoke of having known Lincoln when he was a “flourishing grocery-keeper” at New Salem. Lincoln retorted that he had never been a “flourishing” grocery-keeper; but added that, if he35 had been, it was certain that his friend, Judge Douglas, would have been his best customer.

His employment as surveyor began in 1834 and continued for several years while he was serving in the Legislature. John Calhoun, the County Surveyor, from whom he received an appointment as deputy, was a man of education and talent, and an ambitious Democratic politician who afterwards played a prominent part in the Kansas conspiracy.

Judge Stephen T. Logan saw Lincoln for the first time in 1832. He thus speaks of his future partner: “He was a very tall, gawky, and rough-looking fellow then; his pantaloons didn’t meet his shoes by six inches. But after he began speaking I became very much interested in him. He made a very sensible speech. His manner was very much the same as in after-life; that is, the same peculiar characteristics were apparent then, though of course in after-years he evinced more knowledge and experience. But he had then the same novelty and the same peculiarity in presenting his ideas. He had the same individuality that he kept through all his life.”

Like other famous men of strong character and intellectual force, Lincoln was very sentimental, and had several love-affairs which caused him quite as much anxiety and anguish as happiness. The scene of his first romance was laid in Indiana when he was a barefooted boy, and was afterwards related by him in these words:

“When I was a little codger, one day a wagon with a lady and two girls and a man broke down near us, and while they were fixing up, they cooked in our kitchen. The woman had books and read us stories, and they were the first I had ever heard. I took a great fancy to one of the girls; and when they were gone I thought of her a great deal, and one day, when I was sitting out in the sun by the house, I wrote out a story in my mind. I36 thought I took my father’s horse and followed the wagon, and finally I found it, and they were surprised to see me. I talked with the girl and persuaded her to elope with me; and that night I put her on my horse, and we started off across the prairie. After several hours we came to a camp; and when we rode up we found it was the one we had left a few hours before, and we went in. The next night we tried again, and the same thing happened—the horse came back to the same place; and then we concluded that we ought not to elope. I stayed until I had persuaded her father to give her to me. I always meant to write that story out and publish it, and I began once, but I concluded that it was not much of a story. But I think that was the beginning of love with me.”

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