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|KATHMANDU Nike Air Huarache Black , June 4 (Xinhua) -- The Nepali government and China's Gezhouba Group Co. Ltd (CGGC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) Sunday on development of the 1200 MW Budhigandaki Hydroelectric Project, one of the highly prioritized projects in Nepal.
The MoU was signed to develop the project under the engineering, procurement, construction, and finance (EPCF) model Nike Air Huarache , after Nepal's cabinet decided to award the contract for developing the project to the Chinese company on May 23.
Under this modality, the Chinese company will coordinate all design, procurement, construction work and finance and also ensures that the whole project is completed as required and in time.
According to the MoU, the Chinese company will execute the project under EPCF modality under the agreed contract arrangement once the financial requirement is acquired.
The MoU Cheap Air Huarache , made public by Nepal's Energy Ministry, stated that the Chinese company will facilitate and arrange required financing either in the form of a soft loan or commercial loan or any other means mutually discussed and agreed upon by the Chinese financial institutions on the terms and conditions acceptable to the Nepal government.
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WINDHOEK， Nov. 21 (Xinhua) -- A report launched in Windhoek Monday on HIV by the UNAIDS shows that more than 149，000 people in Namibia are on antiretroviral therapy， while more than 210，000 are living with the virus.
The report titled Get on the Fast-Track: the Life-cycle Approach to HIV also revealed that 18 million people are on antiretroviral therapy worldwide.
Fast-track is the method where countries strive to get people infected with the HIV on retroviral treatment.
Speaking at the launch of the report， Namibian President Hage Geingob said more people are accessing antiretroviral treatment.
He also said what is left for Namibia is to ensure that the country stayed on the fast-track to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030.
"Just two years ago，" Geingob said， "15 million people were accessing antiretroviral treatment; today more than 18 million are on treatment and new HIV infections among children continue to fall."
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Officials from Heilongjiang Province, who were sent to assist development of Tibet Autonomous Region, talk with local residents. Photo: IC
Xie Xiao (pseudonym), 38 Air Huarache All Red , felt a strong sense of alienation after a week in Beijing. The streets and alleys of her childhood memories are nothing like they used to be. The city is now a strange metropolis that makes her feel cramped and lost.
Later, Xie, a civil servant in the Lhasa environmental protection bureau in the Tibet Autonomous Region, went back to Lhasa.
"Lhasa is at 3,650 meters above sea level Air Huarache All White , but I don't get headaches or have problems breathing like I did on the Beijing subway," she said.
Xie moved to Tibet from Beijing with her parents when she was 13. She spoke no Tibetan language and suffered from altitude sickness at first. But it didn't take long for her to adapt.
With flushed cheeks and fluent Tibetan, she looks just like a Tibetan. She said she belongs to the group of "second generation Tibetans."
Sixty-five years ago, during the peaceful liberation of Tibet, hundreds and thousands of the People's Liberation Army soldiers and logistic staff arrived at Tibet. Most of them were sent by the central government to assist Tibet Air Huarache All Black , becoming the first generation of Han officials to migrate to Tibet after 1949.
Their children, growing up in different prefectures of Tibet with Tibetan friends, have been given the name "second generation Tibetans" by local people. Some of them left Tibet after growing up or graduating from college, but many stayed and settled down. In 1994, the central government formally started another aid program Air Huarache Blue , under which every prefecture in Tibet will be paired with a province from around China, with officials from the province sent to work there.
But unlike the first generation of cadres, most officials coming to Tibet after 1994 don't settle down here.
Not a real hometown?
When first moving to Tibet from Beijing, Xie suffered headaches caused by high altitude and butter tea, a special Tibetan tea boiled with butter and salt. But she began to love the city after discovering the cute goats in the house of her Tibetan neighbor.
She also enjoyed the city's blue skies Air Huarache Red , and attending Lhasa's festivals with neighbors and strangers alike. Later Xie attended college in Shandong Province, and returned to Lhasa to become a civil servant with no hesitation whatsoever.
Xie's husband come from a similar background.
"Most of the 'second generation Tibetans' marry Han people with similar experience, as it is easier for us to understand each other," Xie's husband Zhao Ximing, who works as a high school teacher in Lhasa Air Huarache Triple White , said.