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China, 5G. A photoalbum

By Smarandache, Florentin

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Book Id: WPLBN0100303181
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Reproduction Date: 10/1/2019

Title: China, 5G. A photoalbum  
Author: Smarandache, Florentin
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Geography, Anthropology, Recreation
Collections: Adventure, Authors Community
Historic
Publication Date:
2019
Publisher: Pons Editions
Member Page: Infinite Science

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Smarandache, F. (2019). China, 5G. A photoalbum. Retrieved from http://www.gutenberg.cc/


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This is a photoalbum of my fifth visit to Popular Republic of China, accomplished in December 2019 mainly with the occasion of The International Conference on Data Intelligence & Neutrosophic Sets with Applications (DINSA 2019), held in Xi'an, at the Shaanxi University of Science and Technology. I also lectured at or visited the Xi'an Polytechnic University, the Historical Museum of the Polytechnic University of Xi'an, the Library of Shaanxi University of Science and Technology, Nordwest University of Xi'an, Datang Botanical Garden, Ginwa Plaza, and other places.

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“My Chinese colleagues are proud of their country's achievements, competing with the United States. In cyberspace, China is the only country that has entered 5G through their Huawei company, and the only one that uses quantum telecommunication. The dam on the Yangzi River is the largest dam in the world. The Chinese train is the fastest and most modern in the world, surpassing the Japanese and the French. In 2011, I traveled from Beijing to Xi'an on a very comfortable Chinese train. And the Shanghai Tower (which I climbed in 2011) is the second tallest in the world, after the one in Dubai. On the unseen side of the Moon only the Chinese have so far managed to send a spacecraft. From the military point of view, China is in a fierce competition with the United States, and Russia [the three power-poles of the world], owning 100 military satellites at present and having been able to experience since 2007 the destruction of a satellite with a ground-to-air missile. In Shenzhen, where I went in 2012, there is a Hitech Park with 600,000 programmers, strongly competing with Silicon Valley.” - Florentin Smarandache

 
 



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