Tusk Limited Announces the Market’s Largest Deal

LONDON, Dec. 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tusk Inc Limited (tusklimited.com), one of the world’s leading manufacturers of solar modules and complete solutions, recently launched new products such as the T.640 Solar Unit, T.150 Solar Panel with Crypto miner (complete), T.640 Solar panel with Crypto Miner, and so on. And these have piqued the interest of industry professionals. The reason is simple. Power consumption for crypto mining can be burdensome. This new technology platform is the result of feedbacks from miners and has been met with development and testing, hence this announcement.

Charging speed, battery life, security guarantees, and user experience have all improved over previous innovations. The T.640 Solar Panel Kit is compatible with a wide range of devices, tools, equipment, home and electronic industries, including cryptocurrency miners and provides security, long backup, and other areas, regarding power supply.

Tusk Inc has tested the efficiency of combining their solar products with cryptocurrency miners over time with their recent transition from polycrystalline to photovoltaic materials, and this has proven to be the most effective. Tusk Inc investors can now mine their coins with ease and maximum profit.

You do not have to worry about electricity, which has been a major issue for miners. There is 5-10 years guarantee on the panels, ensuring that they can be used for a longer period of time while you still make money from mining. This is the combination of good products.

About Tusk
Established in 2012 by team of management experts, and later joined by a team of technology experts, Tusk Inc. is now one of the leading electrical solution providers. They pride themselves also in their ability to manage risk effectively, since they have been in the business of managing risks for over a decade. And through several advancements in technology, they have incorporated less risky ventures into the Risk Management system, one of which is cryptocurrency mining, using photovoltaic materials.

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Building a bridge to the future: “Cloud Open Day” of China-South Africa enterprises has been held successfully

JOHANNESBURG and BEIJING, Dec. 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — On December 1, “Bridge to the Future,” a theme activity of “Cloud Open Day” of China-South Africa enterprises, jointly organized by NEC Longyuan Power, South China Economic and Trade Association, and People’s Daily Online South Africa, was held simultaneously in China (Beijing, Gansu) and South Africa (Johannesburg, Northern Cape) via live video link. This commemorated the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and South Africa.

The event encouraged “One Belt, One Road” people-to-people interactions, highlighted the tale of clean energy cooperation in developing “One Belt, One Road,” and displayed the positive international reputation of Chinese businesses through cross-border cultural exchanges.

Cedric Thomas Frolick, House Chairperson of Committees, Oversight and ICT in the National Assembly of Parliament for the Republic of South Africa, Liu Guoyue, Chairman of National Energy Group, H.E. Siyabonga Cwele, Ambassador of South Africa to China, and Wang Wen’an, President of South China Economic and Trade Association delivered speeches, and Chen Xiaodong, Chinese Ambassador to South Africa delivered a video message.

Lazarus Mahlangu, Director of IPP Programme monitoring, Minister Plenipotentiary of the Embassy of the Republic of South Africa to China, Mogamat Mahdi Basadien, Yusuf Timol, Minister Economic, South African Embassy in the Peoples Republic of China, Gary Smith, Deputy Director General of the Propaganda Bureau of the SASAC, State Council, and Mr. Hou Wenan, First Class Inspector.

Mr. Hou Jie, Deputy Director General and First Inspector of the Publicity Bureau of SASAC, Mr. Zhang Bin, Deputy Director General of the Africa Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs were amongst many distinguished guests invited to attend the online event.

“China Meets Rainbow,” “Hello, New Energy,” and “Talking About Low Carbon Future” were the three segments that made up the event’s “Rainbow to the Future” theme.

The Yumen Wind Farm in Gansu Province, which has a climate and landscape resembling South Africa, and the De Aar Wind Farm in South Africa, the nation’s first Chinese wind power project to integrate investment, construction, and operation, were the stops on the joint journey through the cloud, from China to South Africa.

This “Cloud Open Day” is the third consecutive year since 2020 that NEC Longyuan Power has held an open day for the public in the country where the project is located.

Video: https://www.facebook.com/LongyuanSA/videos/1217276935489954/

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The Generation Z Forum 2022 at Tsinghua University Sees Youths Share Their Thoughts on China and the World

Student Liu Dibo Shares the Experiences of Volunteering at Winter Olympics in Beijing During the Forum

BEIJING, Dec. 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Student Liu Dibo from Tsinghua University (“Tsinghua”) shared his experiences of volunteering at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games during The Global Generation Z Forum 2022 (“the Forum”) lately. The Forum, co-held by Tsinghua University and China Daily, invited Chinese and foreign attendees from more than 30 countries to share their stories and their thoughts on where China and the world are heading remotely and in presence.

Liu Dibo, who studies at Tsinghua’s School of Environment, spoke to the audience about being a volunteer at both the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, during which he was an assistant to Francesco Ricci Bitt, president of the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations. Liu spoke about how he cultivated a ‘friendship of generations’ with Bitt, how he told him how much China had changed since Beijing hosted the 2008 Summer Olympics, and how he shared him about Chinese culture and places of interest in Beijing. After he had returned to his home country, Liu was thrilled to receive a letter of gratitude from Bitt, thanking his ‘outstanding friend’ for making his ‘stay at Beijing 2022 enjoyable and easygoing’ and inviting him to the next Winter Olympics, which will be held in Italy in 2026.

Youths from countries including Russia, India, South Africa, France, Egypt, Georgia, and the United States, gave speeches. By bringing together youths from all around the world, the forum showcased the positive experiences of young people striving to fulfill their potential.

Qu Yingpu, publisher and editor-in-chief of China Daily, gave a speech on the forum to encourage youth all over the world to promote the construction of “a community with a shared future for mankind” and encouraged young people to try to better understand China.

Qiu Yong, secretary of the CPC Tsinghua University Committee and chairman of Tsinghua University Council, said during his opening remarks: “The youth represent hope and are the architects of the future. A better shared future depends on the friendships of young people continuing from generation to generation.”

Other youths that spoke at the forum included Nik Gu, a Russian who is studying international relations, and a global student ambassador at Tsinghua University. Gu spoke about how he had seen rapid development in China in recent years. Having lived in China for 17 years, Gu said he has been deeply influenced by the cultural concept of “harmony without uniformity” and called on young people to join hands worldwide to promote a “a community with a shared future for mankind”.

Tamar Kvlividze, a Georgian vlogger living in China, told the forum how she hosts videos on social media platforms in both China and Georgia on her experiences of living in China. Her channels have proven to be very popular both in China and Georgia, she said, and she expressed her hope of deepening cultural ties between the two countries.

Minh Thao Chan, a French PhD student majoring in autonomous driving at Tsinghua University, talked of his thoughts and understanding of the “Chinese path to modernization”, and how he admires how China has placed an emphasis on developing the fields of science, technology and education.

For more information, please visit Tsinghua University.

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25,000 Tons of Ukraine Grain Reach East Africa

The first shipment of grain as part of Ukraine’s own initiative to supply countries in need arrived Monday in Djibouti for delivery to neighboring Ethiopia amid the region’s worst drought in decades.

Ukraine’s embassy in Ethiopia confirmed that the “Grain from Ukraine” shipment of 25,000 tons is separate from a United Nations World Food Program effort that has funded humanitarian grain shipments from Ukraine.

A second ship with 30,000 tons of wheat will be heading to Ethiopia next week, while a third vessel is being loaded with 25,000 tons of wheat bound for Somalia, an embassy statement said.

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy last month announced the initiative aimed at helping “countries the most struck by the food crisis.” Ukraine has said it plans to send more than 60 ships to Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, Congo, Kenya, Yemen and other countries.

Millions of people in Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya are going hungry during a drought following the fifth straight failed rainy season, while conflicts in Ethiopia and Somalia have worsened the crisis.

Ethiopia has not yet commented on the new grain shipment from Ukraine. But Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed in August criticized reports of a U.N. effort to ship grain from Ukraine to Ethiopia as an attempt to paint “a picture that we are starved.”

Source: Voice of America

Crop Prospects and Food Situation Quarterly Global Report No.4, December 2022

AFRICA Low crop production is expected in several East African countries, most pronouncedly in Somalia, due to the impact of consecutive years of drought. In West Africa, floods and conflicts are contributing tolocalized production shortfalls, stressing acutefood insecurity in Sahelian countries. Planting of the 2023 crops is underway in North Africa, where rainfall deficits persist in parts, and in Southern Africa, where initial seasonal rains have been generally beneficial.

ASIA Cereal production in Far East Asia is forecast at an above-average level in 2022, despite production downturns in several countries, notably Sri Lanka that has been experiencing a macroeconomic crisis. Planting of the 2023 crops is currently ongoing in Far East Asia, with preliminary expectations pointing to an above-average wheat area. In the Near East, dry weather conditions affected crop production in 2022, while in Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Asian countries aggregate production is pegged at a near-average level.

LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN In South America, prolonged dry weather conditions in Argentina have dragged down wheat production expectations. However, the total 2022 subregional cereal output is forecast at a well above-average level, reflecting the bumper maize harvests in several countries. The 2023 crops are now being sown and early data points to a record maize area in Brazil. In Central America and the Caribbean, 2022 cereal production is seen to dip below the average, including a low harvest in Haiti, where food insecurity is severely worsening due to widespread violence.

Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations