[실시간 e뉴스] “The Communist Party of China” joked… ‘The Emperor of Wall Street’ bowed his head

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It is a real-time e-news that looks at the news that has become a hot topic on the Internet overnight. I’ve seen many articles about leading foreign companies bowing their heads to China one after another for a joke or a picture.

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It is a real-time e-news that looks at the news that has become a hot topic on the Internet overnight.

I’ve seen many articles about leading foreign companies bowing their heads to China one after another for a joke or a picture.

Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, the largest U.S. bank known as the emperor of Wall Street During a discussion event in the U.S., JPMorgan joked that it would outlast the Chinese Communist Party, saying that it has been 100 years since JPMorgan entered China.

JP Morgan was recently trying to expand its foothold in the Chinese financial market, but when the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded with displeasure, Dimon immediately took action, saying ‘I regret’ and ‘I shouldn’t have said that’ within a day. .

French luxury brand Dior submitted a photo of a woman in traditional Chinese clothes holding a Dior bag at an exhibition in Shanghai, and the appearance of a freckled face and heavy eye makeup sparked a criticism of Chinese people.

Dior said it respects the feelings of the Chinese, and the Chinese photographer who took the picture apologized for being ‘immature and ignorant’.

‘Even octopuses feel pain’ I’ve seen many articles saying that the British government decided to expand the scope of the Animal Welfare Act, which was limited to vertebrates such as cattle and pigs.

Based on a report published by a research team at the London School of Economics, the British government announced on the 19th of this month that cephalopods, including squid and octopus, and decapods, including crabs, and lobsters, would be included in the Animal Welfare Act. level was measured.

As a result, they found that the octopus was the most perceptive, followed by the crab.

Squids, cuttlefish and lobsters were also found to feel pain, although not as much as octopuses and crabs.

This action does not immediately ban fishing or eating in the UK.

However, if you have put octopus or crayfish in boiling water while still alive to cook them, you will need to find a way to stun them with an electric shock or freeze or kill them painlessly in the future.

Some countries, such as Switzerland, Norway and New Zealand, have already banned lobsters from boiling live.

The hope of Korean swimming, Hwang Seon-woo, was also of high interest in the article that he reached the top in the last competition in this year’s domestic competition.

Hwang Seon-woo took first place in the men’s high school 200m freestyle event yesterday (25th), the fourth day of the national swimming competition.

At 1:46.81, it was a new competition record.

Although he did not reach his best record, there was a big difference in the record not only with the high school, but also with the first place in the university department and the first place in the general department.

Hwang Seon-woo, who originally intended to make last month’s national athletic meet as the last domestic event of the year, also participated in this event to prepare for the short course world championship to be held in Abu Dhabi, UAE next month.

It is said that participating in the breaststroke event at this event was part of the training for the individual medley event of the short course world championships.

Hwang Seon-woo will enter Jincheon Athletes’ Village on the 29th to continue his preparations for the World Championships.

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