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|NANJING http://www.panthersrookiestore.com/Panthers-Stephen-Curry-Jersey/ , Feb. 1 (Xinhua) -- Police in east China's Nanjing City arrested 12 people Thursday, including the boss of an online financial firm, for illegally obtaining money.
Zhang Xiaolei, who was the controller of Qbao, and 11 other suspects have been arrested on charges of illegally siphoning off public money, police in Jiangbei new district in Nanjing said.
Zhang founded Qbao in 2012 and used it as a platform to accumulate money given by creditors http://www.panthersrookiestore.com/Panthers-Star-Lotulelei-Jersey/ , who were lured by large interest returns as high as 60 percent, police said.
Qbao was found to have amassed huge amounts of money, police said, without specifying numbers.
In its heyday, the website was said to have 200 million registered users and billions of yuan worth in cash flow, according to previous report.
Local police said they were doing their best to retrieve investor losses. Police have seized assets of the company and the assets will be disposed of after the court verdict.
Police ask investors to timely register information with the police and not to organize illegal activities.
In January http://www.panthersrookiestore.com/Panthers-Shaq-Thompson-Jersey/ , 11 investors were detained for organizing illegal gatherings and disturbing public order.
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 31 (Xinhua) -- The existence of large numbers of molecules in winds powered by supermassive black holes at the centers of galaxies has puzzled astronomers more than a decade. New theory predicts that molecules in black hole winds are not survivors of the heat of the energetic outflows at all, but brand-new molecules.
Molecules trace the coldest parts of space, and black holes are the most energetic phenomena in the universe, so finding molecules in black hole winds was like discovering ice in a furnace.
Researchers in Northwestern University's Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Exploration in Astrophysics (CIERA) predict that these molecules are born in the winds with unique properties that enable them to adapt to and thrive in the hostile environment.
The theory, published in the current issue of Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society http://www.panthersrookiestore.com/Panthers-Scott-Simonson-Jersey/ , is the work of Lindheimer post-doctoral fellow Alexander Richings, who developed the computer code that, for the first time, modeled the detailed chemical processes that occur in interstellar gas accelerated by radiation emitted during the growth of supermassive black holes.
"When a black hole wind sweeps up gas from its host galaxy, the gas is heated to high temperatures, which destroy any existing molecules http://www.panthersrookiestore.com/Panthers-Sam-Mills-Jersey/ ," Richings was quoted as saying in a statement. "By modeling the molecular chemistry in computer simulations of black hole winds, we found that this swept-up gas can subsequently cool and form new molecules."
This theory answers questions raised by previous observations made with several cutting-edge astronomical observatories including the Herschel Space Observatory and the Atacama Large Millimeter Array, a powerful radio telescope located in Chile.
New stars form from molecular gas, so the new theory of molecule formation helps explain the formation of new stars in winds, according to the new study.
"This is the first time that the molecule formation process has been simulated in full detail, and in our view http://www.panthersrookiestore.com/Panthers-Ryan-Kalil-Jersey/ , it is a very compelling explanation for the observation that molecules are ubiquitous in supermassive black hole winds, which has been one of the major outstanding problems in the field," said co-author Claude-Andre Faucher-Giguere, who studies galaxy formation and evolution as an assistant professor in Northwestern's Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences.
Compared to pre-existing molecules, researchers believe that the new molecules formed in the winds are warmer and brighter in infrared radiation.
The new theory will be put to the test when the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) launches the James Webb Space Telescope in spring 2019. If the theory is correct, the telescope will be able to map black hole outflows in detail using infrared radiation http://www.panthersrookiestore.com/Panthers-Russell-Shepard-Jersey/ , researchers say.
BEIJING, Sept. 10 (Xinhua) -- RYB Education Institution, a Chinese firm providing early childhood education, plans to raise up to 100 million U.S. dollars through an IPO in the United States.
The company said in a press release that it has applied for a listing on the New York Stock Exchange under the name "RYB".
Established in 1998, by the end of June the Beijing company had 1,108 kindergartens or play-and-learn centers with revenue of 108 million dollars last year http://www.panthersrookiestore.com/Panthers-Mike-Adams-Jersey/ , up from 82.9 million dollars in 2015.
Net profits in H1 rose 19.5 percent from a year earlier to 4.9 million dollars, mainly through increased kindergarten enrollment, with 255 kindergartens in 130 cities and towns at the end of June.
Revenue from kindergartens and play-and-learn centers accounted for over 70 percent of revenue in H1.
More births brought by a change in birth control policy will bring stronger demand for nursery education around 2018, while the supply of kindergarten places will lag behind in the short term, the company predicted.
China has allowed all married couples to have two children since last year.
In 2016, there were 18.7 million liver births in China http://www.panthersrookiestore.com/Panthers-Michael-Palardy-Jersey/ , 11 percent more than in 2015. About 45 percent of them were not a first child.
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