Hassnain Javed

  • TEducation is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today!   After a five years long gap I got the opportunity to spend some time in Qatar. At my surprise most of the things have been changed and there are positive developments and prospects all around. It ...

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  • TGlobal economic philanthropy is a unique case. Whenever, Chinese community undertakes a foreign investment project, it has a multiplier effect on the economy at large and boosts the domestic revenue at a broader horizon. There are three channels through which local revenue accelerates. Firstly, ...

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  • TAnother brand new phenomenon that is being introduced by yet again Chinese is “social credit system”. Chinese authorities claim that they have banned more than 7 million people who were considered to be “untrustworthy” from boarding flights and approximately 3 million others ...

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  • TUnited Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) has given 17 sustainability development goals (SDGs) whereas focusing primarily on goal 9 that industry, innovation and infrastructure which helps in promoting trade, standards, quality and investment. This idea further leads to inclusive ...

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  • TOn April 20th, 2018 UNIDO Day 2018: Belt and Road Cross-Border Cooperation Forum was held in Shanghai, China. I was privileged to be invited by President Yan Xiaohong (Jiangsu University, China) and Dr Cui Yong (Deputy Secretary General, One Belt One Road College, Jiangsu University, China) in this ...

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  • TThere is unique science of sustainability and its interlinked organs. It cannot be some sort of moral sacrifice or either the political dilemma or a philanthropical cause. Indeed it has to be a design challenge which currently our nation is undergoing. In the prevalent situation I believe we need ...

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  • TThe narrow strip of territory in northeastern Afghanistan that extends to China and separates Tajikistan from Pakistan this strip is about 350km (220 mi) long and 13-65 km (8.1-40.4 mi) wide. Yes this strip is known as Wakhan corridor which enjoys extreme strategic position. Between China, ...

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  • TIndustrial revolution had initiated in the 18th century but the world had to wait till 1959 to witness the establishment of first modern SEZ in Shannon, Ireland. As of 2006, International Labour Organization’s (ILO) database reported 3,500 zones in 130 countries and today one can find more ...

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  • TAlthough the influx of Chinese investments is only a recent phenomenon, these funds are bringing speedy changes to local industries and the economic landscape. Malaysia’s economy is being transformed by huge and high-tech investments from China, with revolutionary changes seen in several ...

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  • TPrincipally everybody can be a miner. Since a decentralized network has no authority to delegate this task, a cryptocurrency needs some kind of mechanism to prevent one ruling party from abusing it. Imagine someone creates thousands of peers and spreads forged transactions. The system would break ...

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  • TBitcoin hit news headlines this week as the price of one unit of the cryptocurrency passed $11,500 for the first time. This introduction explains the most important thing about crypto currencies. After you‘ve read it, you‘ll know more about it than most other humans. Today ...

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  • T2017, witnessed a boom of incubators in China, especially driven by the government’s appeal for mass innovation and entrepreneurship. It is estimated that the number of Chinese incubators increased by over 5,000 in 2017, the equivalent of the total number of Chinese incubators for the last 26 ...

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  • TAs historical landscape being sketched and future development of Zhonggou resilient transportation being put forth in my previous article “Zhongou Resilient Transportation System” today I will share the effective ways adopted by this country which made them accelerate and win over the ...

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  • TAs Donald Trump likes to say, “China is beating us on everything.” While that’s a debatable proposition, there is one area where China is far ahead of the United States, and that’s in resilient transportation systems. This is a big deal: Transportation systems represent a ...

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  • TAfter having detailed synopsis on outcomes of 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), I decided to put forth its global dimensions. This timely and consensus-building congress sets the direction for China’s future and outlines China’s commitment and leadership to ...

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  • TOn the twelfth day of the third month, Rabi al-Awwal, many Muslims commemorate the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW). In many predominantly Muslim countries, Mawlid al-Nabi is a major public holiday. In more conservative country like Qatar, the practice is forbidden as there is no record of ...

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  • TI’m frequently asked to define the Sharing Economy to my home country especially after having series of discussion with Dr Cai Li I decided it was high time to pen the definitive answer. A clear definition is needed not only for purposes of clarity and to enable meaningful discussion, but ...

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  • TAmid the political drama that has been rattling the Middle East, from the battle to liberate Mosul to terrorist attacks in Tehran and the Riyadh-Doha brawl, the news of Muhammad Bin Salman’s appointment as heir to the throne by his father King Salman of Saudi Arabia did not sound as music to ...

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  • TChina’s 1.4 billion people are building up an appetite that is changing the way the world grows and sells food. The Chinese diet is becoming more like that of the average American; I have recently examined this situation in food streets and restaurants of China. It is forcing companies to ...

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  • TOver the past two decades, entrepreneurship in China has grown at an exponential rate. It is bringing forth disruptive changes not only to China but increasingly also to the rest of the world. In 2000, total revenues earned by Chinese state-owned industrial enterprises and those in the ...

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  • TWith entry as participant observer to deeply focus on the nature and make-up of markets in different parts of China I am somehow able to streamline the strategy and ideology of this nation has religiously followed and adopted in accomplishing an incredible feat in transforming itself from one of ...

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  • TChina-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a big business scheme with billions in Chinese investments spreading over the span of 15 years with a cumulative outlay of up to $46 billion. $35 billion is to be spent on the energy sector in the mode of IPPs (Independent Power Producers) and remaining ...

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  • TThe Islamic festival of Eid-ul Azha is an event celebrated in commemoration of the sacrifice of Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) for the will of Allah. Among all the festivities a large amount of revenue is generated by the butchering community who slaughter animals in return for substantial amounts. A ...

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  • TWhat is Democracy? Democracy is the name of the period between every two martial laws. If democracy is practiced with full spirit and soul it not only provides opportunities to the public to participate and economy to grow but also provides peace of heart and harmony at home. Change is brought into ...

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  • TWhen governments fall or widespread demonstrations take place in a country, observers try to understand what the causes are by examining local dynamics. Global dynamics play a role in such events, but sometimes it is possible to find striking similarities between events or personalities in one ...

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  • TMorality is not a set of absolute values written in stone. Thresholds of what is acceptable, unacceptable and downright horrible in human society has undergone repeated changes throughout history. The same scenario is what our nation has experienced since the opening of the Panama case in Pakistan. ...

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  • TThere is always a two-sided picture in the toss of a coin. Pakistani politics is also facing two sided outcomes and perspectives in every single move and action taken either by ruling party or the opposition. Speculation is rife as to what lies in store for Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his ...

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  • TA ray of sunlight pierced through the room’s windows and bathed my face. I woke up fresh after a blissful night of no load-shedding. I moved out to the lounge where I heard for the first time cheerful chattering of my parents while reading the newspaper. They were appreciating the induction ...

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  • TLuck in life is uncontrollable! It was sheer luck that a poverty stricken, extremely vulnerable woodcutter stumbled upon a secret cave and a single phrase “open sesame” transformed his world from rags to riches. This medieval tale famous by the title of “Ali Baba and Forty ...

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  • TThe waiters, elegantly dressed in white attire, moved smoothly and erudite between the tables. “Would you like to have another cup of tea, Sir?” It was probably the sixth time the waiter inquires me if I want to refill on my cup of tea, and yes due to strong flavor right in line with my ...

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