Journey in Life: 10/06/17

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Friday, October 6, 2017

Điều có thể bạn chưa biết về trứng cá muối

là món ngon/hảo hạng nhất không còn có xuất xứ từ nước Nga nữa, mà là đến từ... Trung Quốc.

Though no one wants to say it, China is producing some of the most delectable fish eggs
trứng cá muối của Kaluga Queen cạnh thẻ tên của
tổng thống obama ở hội nghị thượng đỉnh g20.

Mention China alongside almost any food product, and people get nervous. After international incidents involving bleach (chất tẩy trắng)-soaked meat, antifreeze-laced apple juice, and pine nuts “unfit for human consumption,” the country “is known for tainted food because of repeated quality-control scandals,”

Kaluga Queen, which produces its caviar about 300 miles southwest of Shanghai, is mindful of these associations. “The biggest obstacle is the low trust of Chinese food safety,” says Lily Liu, marketing manager for parent company Hangzhou Qiandaohu Xunlong Sci-tech Co.

And yet after the first tin was shipped in 2006, Kaluga Queen began to build a distinguished fan base. It’s now the caviar of choice for 21 of the 26 Michelin three-starred restaurants in Paris, including Alain Ducasse at the Plaza Athénée Hotel.

Xông vào ký túc xá sàm sỡ nhiều nữ sinh Đại học

áp dụng công nghệ mới:... nhận dạng khuôn mặt (mới có thể vào ký túc xá) thì không phải đau đầu với vấn đề này nữa...
Students at a major university in Beijing are now required to scan their faces upon entering dormitory buildings, a process that may soon make security guards obsolete.

Beijing Normal University has installed 44 facial scanners on its 19 dormitory buildings, for the 18,000 students on campus.

It is the boldest move taken by a Chinese university so far to apply advanced digital technologies in campus management and has drawn attention from administrators at other universities.

The machines have been placed at all entrances to dorm buildings. Students entering the building will have to pause and look at the sensor for a few seconds. They are then required to swipe their campus ID card. If the face and card match, the machine will open the gate and say “welcome home.”

The machines also come with voice recognition (nhận diện giọng nói). Students who forget to bring their ID cards can scan their face and say the last four digits of their card number, said Yang Hailiang, general manager of Beijing Peace and Joy Technology, which produces the machines.

The system can recognize 26 Chinese dialects and has achieved an accuracy rate of 98 percent, Yang said.

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