Domestic display industry, investing 65 trillion won by 2027… Reclaim world number 1

2023-05-18 10:44:05 – Support for government R&D funds of KRW 1 trillion, tax credit, specialized complexes, deregulation, etc. – 50% market share, 5-year technical gap with competitors, 80% self-reliance as a manager, 9,000 professional manpower training The domestic display industry has started to recapture the world’s No. Companies such as Samsung and LG Display will … Read more

Ban has gone flat! Huawei has replaced more than 13,000 Chinese-made components in response to US technology discrimination.

Huawei Technologies has replaced parts made in China with high-tech components. More than 13,000 of them have been affected by US sanctions in the past three years, according to Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei. who made a speech at a university in China in February. In a speech delivered by Shanghai Jiao Tong University on its … Read more

Genshin Impact can release six banners per update

Future Genshin Impact updates, after version 4, may have three banner phases instead of two, as is currently done. The information emerged through leaks, but it is not yet known which patch of the popular HoYoverse RPG will apply the new character and weapon release system. Today HoYoverse uses a two-phase banner release system for … Read more

It causes cancer.. Detection of 4 parts in chicken that are not suitable for food • Al-Marsad Newspaper

Al-Marsad Newspaper: The Chinese website “Weixin” revealed 4 parts of chicken that are inedible and can cause cancer. Chicken neck Animals have lymph nodes in their necks, and chicken necks are no exception. Lymph nodes contain a large number of toxins and bacteria. Despite the excellent taste, it is still important not to forget about … Read more

Chinese doors are opening – Newspaper Kommersant No. 2 (7447) of 10.01.

China lifted restrictions on entry into the country on Jan. 8, imposed at the height of the coronavirus pandemic. The new rules apply to both arrival at the country’s international airports and border crossings at land and sea checkpoints. The measures continue the course announced in early December to weaken the “zero tolerance” regime for … Read more