This week on BJK online: A step-by-step guide to applying for an e-bike license, “pollution blue” is gone… well at least in Beijing’s smog alert system, World Stroke Day, and more!
Beijing authorities have released an online application channel for temporary licenses for e-bikes, which will be activated on October 31, a day before the official crackdown.
The city’s environmental regulators propose to remove the lowest “blue” alert for pollution and replacing it with just a “health reminder”, at a time when authorities say that Beijing’s air quality is gradually improving.
Monday (Oct 29) marks World Stroke Day, an international campaign that emphasizes the need for everyone to understand the serious nature of this disease. How can you and the first-aid responders at home act “FAST” to save the life of a stroke sufferer?
How can mommies cultivate positive emotions daily while balancing them a bit more with the negative emotions they often face? Here’s a group for mothers who help one another raise the level of parenting consciousness.
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