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DxVx, won the governmental project to develop diagnostic sensor kit for adult diseases

National Project converging semiconductor and biotechnology SEOUL, South Korea, June 9, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- DxVx announced today that it won the national project, 'Korea-led K-Sensor Technology Development for Market Leadership' supported by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy and managed by the Korea Evaluation Institute of Industrial Technology. The main task is 'Development of optical sensor system for early diagnosis of adult diseases based on biomarkers in urine', which is to discover biomarkers (biochemical substances such as volatile organic compounds and glucose) in urine for full-time monitoring and early diagnosis of various adult diseases such as diabetes and prostate cancer. It also aims to develop an in vitro POCT (point-of-care device) capable of measuring various biomarkers by applying MEMS (microelectromechanical system) technology, optical technology, semiconductor technology for signal processing, and artificial intelligence analysis technology. In this project, which will be carried out over three years with a total budget of about $3.6 million($2.8 million in government support), Dx&Vx will lead the development as a lead company. It will be developed in collaboration with the Korea Electronics Technology Institute (KETI), the Department of Urology at Hanyang University College of Medicine, and the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Korea University. COREE Group will be responsible for final commercializing. With winning of this project, Dx&Vx expects to further accelerate its total biohealthcare solution business. In particular, after product development, Dx&Vx plans to launch the product in China through its Chinese subsidiary company and global sales through COREE Group's overseas network, which is expected to increase its sales and grow the in vitro diagnostic business. "Starting with the diagnostic development business that combines biotechnology and semiconductors, we will expand the development of additional modules using AI and IoT technologies, data analysis algorithms, and technologies for early diagnosis," said an official from Dx&Vx. "We will solve the unmet need for early diagnosis of various adult diseases and bio healthcare problems due to the global aging trend, and provide total healthcare solutions using micro-system semiconductors for diagnosis and therapeutic management." The products to be developed in the future are expected to be utilized for various adult diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, prostate cancer, and bladder cancer, and will be presented in the form of a non-invasive 'POCT equipment and cartridges, a sensor system for early diagnosis of adult diseases'.

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Jackery Releases the First Environmental, Social, Governance Report in the Portable Energy Storage Industry

FREMONT, Calif., June 9, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Jackery, a global leader of innovative portable power and green outdoor energy solutions, has recently released its Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Report, making it the first company in the portable energy storage industry to launch such a report. The report highlights Jackery's commitment to pursuing appropriate corporate governance, green operations, and social responsibility. The ESG report, verified by independent third-party TÜV SÜD verification and testing, reveals that Jackery demonstrated remarkable achievements in environmental protection, promoting green energy and innovative storage technology, advocating for a diverse and inclusive culture, and fostering sustainable social value innovation. Furthermore, Jackery has fulfilled its social responsibility on a global scale. It has maintained long-term cooperation with global public welfare organizations such as the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the National Forest Foundation (NFF), and the International Rescue Committee (IRC), contributing its strength and value to boost global sustainable development and other public welfare. It is worth noting that the report highlights Jackery's contributions to disaster relief efforts in affected areas. In December 2021, Jackery donated solar generators to Kentucky, which had been severely damaged by a tornado. In October 2022, Jackery donated portable power stations and photovoltaic panels to Lee County and other areas in southwest Florida devastated by Hurricane Ian. These efforts are in addition to Jackery's prior contributions towards disaster relief, including multiple donations of portable power stations to emergency shelters in both the United States and Japan. In terms of corporate governance, the report shows that Jackery upholds integrity and has implemented standardized operations to safeguard shareholders' rights. The company has established an appropriate governance structure and has also set corresponding rules to ensure clear responsibilities and balanced supervision among these governing bodies. On product stewardship, the report found that Jackery strictly complies with international, national, and industrial standards, and implements the quality policy of "valuing technological innovation, quality, efficiency, customers and integrity." "Driven by innovative technology, advanced manufacturing, global brands, and omnichannel distribution, we will fulfill the corporate mission of making green energy accessible anytime and anywhere, working together to protect our planet and build a better future," said Jack Sun, CEO of Jackery. To get the latest news about Jackery , please visit www.jackery.com and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and TikTok .

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LG Innotek's 'Nexlide-M' even 'Turns On' Daytime Running Lights

Launched a new flexible stereoscopic automotive lighting product Brighter and more uniform lighting... Improving design flexibility with thin width Ramp up market occupation targeting premium vehicles SEOUL, South Korea, June 9, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- LG Innotek (CEO Jeong Cheol-dong) has announced on the 9th, June that it has developed 'Nexlide-M,' a flexible stereoscopic automotive lighting. ‘Nexlide-M’, a flexible stereoscopic automotive lighting module launched by LG Innotek. By adopting soft materials, Nexlide-M can be applied to various designs that are not limited by lighting shapes. Since it has brightness that can be identified during the day, it can also be used as a ‘daytime running lights.’ Nexlide is LG Innotek's light automotive lighting component made by attaching multiple light source packages to a thin substrate. A soft and curling material, resin is applied to 'Nexlide-M' newly developed this time. In turn, it can be mounted on automobile lighting devices in various designs including daytime running lights (DRL) and rear combination lamp (RCL, including tail lights, brake lights, and turn signals).  Especially, the advantage of 'Nexlide-M' is more clear light with minimized number of parts. Without additional components, line and surface images can be realized with light by only using light sources. Above all, 'Nexlide-M' is four times brighter than the existing products. Since this product can illuminate up to 500 CD(Candela, a unit that shows brightness of a light source), which is a global legal standard for daytime running lights, it can be applied in various bodywork of a vehicle. Brighter and more uniform lighting... Improving design flexibility with thin width Daytime running lights require bright visibility that can be discerned even in broad daylight. By applying a differentiated technology, LG Innotek enabled lighting to illuminate stably even during daytime. To spread light evenly, it requires an 'air gap' with a certain width, inside the light. An air gap is necessary for the light to spread out evenly. However, since there is a restriction on making slim lighting due to the volume of an air gap, it was an industry's task to minimize it.   By completely eliminating an air gap with a new method, 'Nexlide-M' succeeded in reducing its width to 8mm, which is merely 30% of the existing Nexlide (24mm) products.  Applying a new product enables free designing, which helps improve a level of completion of an automobile lighting design. Moreover, light spreads more evenly in 'Nexlide-M.' Even when configured in various angles and shapes, light is seamlessly emitted without stains. Ramp up market occupation targeting premium vehicles By putting 'Nexlide-M' forward, LG Innotek plans to accelerate in ramping up the global automobile lighting market. While premium-level automobiles require luxurious designs, 'Nexlide-M' is a product optimized to realize them. Recently, demands on new designs and animations are getting higher in the automobile lighting market, especially among premium automobiles. That is because lighting attached to the automobile grill can play a role of communication between pedestrians and automobile or display a driving status of an autonomous vehicle using a specific color.  Since 'Nexlide-M' can realize pixel lighting (a lighting design that places small stereoscopic lights repetitively) and RGB (displays colors using three primary colors of light; red, green, and blue), it has outstanding design usability compared to other lightings.  Another advantage is that the light source can be configured to a single, thin and long linear module. A long light with a length of more than 1m, it can be elegantly designed along with curves of an automobile. Various animation effects are also available. According to Ryu In-soo, LG Innotek's Motor&Lighting (M&L) Vice President, "'Nexlide-M' boasts not only excellent functions of automobile lighting but also artistic design." He said that LG Innotek will "continuously present products that can provide differentiated customer value in the future." According to Reports Insights, a global market research institute, a global automobile lighting market was estimated to be 21.9 billion dollars in 2022 and is predicted to reach 32.08 billion dollars by 2030.

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Global Civilization Initiative: Celebrating the vibrancy of world cultures

BEIJING, June 9, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- A news report from China.org.cn on China's Global Civilization Initiative:   A few days ago, I had a conversation with an international student, and I asked him what intrigued him most about China. He responded, "Obviously, Chinese Kung Fu!" After a short pause, he added, "And palace drama." The appeal of China extends beyond martial arts. Many people from other countries also like other aspects of Chinese culture, including the art of tea-making, Hanfu - traditional Chinese clothing, and Peking Opera. These aspects collectively form a key part of both our Chinese and global intangible cultural heritage. And now, China is gearing up to celebrate these cultural treasures. China will celebrate this year's Cultural and Natural Heritage Day on June 10, under the theme "Preserving and Utilizing Cultural Relics, Cultivating Cultural Confidence and Self-improvement." The occasion is also set to mark the 20th anniversary of the "Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage." As part of the celebration, there will be a series of vibrant activities, such as the Intangible Cultural Heritage Folk Art Performance Week and the Intangible Cultural Heritage Shopping Festival. These events emphasize the importance of preserving and reimagining our cultural traditions while reminding us of the historical and cultural values that still hold relevance in today's modern world. It also represents a concrete step towards actualizing the Global Civilization Initiative (GCI) proposed by President Xi Jinping earlier this year. The key objective of the GCI, as demonstrated by this event, is to encourage developing countries, including China, to cultivate their own unique cultural industries and to respect cultural diversity. At the same time, it also seeks to foster exchanges and mutual learning among civilizations worldwide. In pursuit of this first objective, China has been working hard for years to revive its traditional culture. Many ancient and unique cultural practices, such as ink-making, single bamboo drifting, and traditional vinegar-making techniques, have been given new life. I grew up listening to Pingshu, a traditional storytelling style in northern China, and I was amazed by many performances at this year's Intangible Cultural Heritage Folk Art Performance Week in Wuhan. In addition, China has also ramped up efforts to support the development of other countries' indigenous cultures. Chinese cultural heritage preservation workers have participated in the restoration of endangered cultural legacies in many countries, including Mongolia, Cambodia, Nepal, and Myanmar. Chinese museums have also protected historical relics from Afghanistan and Syria in times of conflict. China has a rich history of engaging with other civilizations. Notable examples include the journey of imperial envoy Zhang Qian to the Western Regions during the Han Dynasty (202 B.C.-220 A.D.). During the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), Chinese navigator Zheng He embarked on voyages to the western Pacific and Indian oceans. There's also the journey of Monk Xuanzang to India for Buddhist scriptures in the Tang Dynasty (618-907). Today, China continues its tradition of cultural exchanges with Belt and Road partner countries. It's in the DNA of the Chinese nation to march toward a common future through communication and mutual learning. In the context of Chinese society, such exchanges are emblematic of openness and inclusiveness, which is reflected in the ancient Chinese saying, "The ocean is vast because it admits all rivers." The courage and willingness to learn from other countries' excellent cultural achievements demonstrate China's profound cultural heritage and strong cultural confidence. Compared with the Global Development Initiative and Global Security Initiative proposed by China, the Global Civilization Initiative is about the shared values of humanity. It's about cooperation and integration at the cultural-ethical level, providing a deeper foundation for ideas and perspectives. The three initiatives, which complement and interconnect with each other, represent China's wisdom and solutions for the world. China Mosaichttp://www.china.org.cn/video/node_7230027.htmGlobal Civilization Initiative: Celebrating the vibrancy of world cultureshttp://www.china.org.cn/video/2023-06/09/content_86803782.htm  

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2023 Taitung "Most Beautiful Starry Sky" Concert: "6 Bests" Invites Everyone to Watch the Stars

TAITUNG, TAIWAN - Media OutReach - 9 June 2023 - The 2023 "Taitung Most Beautiful Starry Sky" concert is organized by the county government with the theme of "6 Bests," including the longest, strongest, highest, most, most hopping, and most beautiful. Among them, the "highest" is the Lidao Village with an altitude of over 1,000 meters, and the "most hopping" is held on Green Island and Orchid Island. Everyone is welcome to come to Taitung to watch the stars and listen to music. Taitung "1314 Blue" Galaxy Taitung is one of the most beautiful places for stargazing in Taiwan and the world due to its lack of light pollution. To promote Taitung's starry sky, the Taitung County Government launched the Most Beautiful Starry Sky Concert, which has been widely acclaimed. "Most Beautiful Starry Sky Concert" Schedule: June 22 in Wulu elementary school Lidao branch.Haiduan Township July 15 in Guanshan Town Circle Bicycle Path Hongshi Creekside,Guanshan Township July 22 in Jinzun Tied Island,Donghe Township August 12 in Shanwu Coastal Park,Dawu Township August 13 in Paradise Road,Chihshang Township August 19 in Baxian Caves,Changbin Township September 9 in Yayur Elementary School, Lanyu Township September 16 in Picture of Human Rights Culture Park,Ludao Township Hashtag: #TaitungCountyGovernmentThe issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

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Inaugural Hang Lung Future Women Leaders Program concludes successfully Sees Female University Students Emerge as New Social Leaders

Top Three Performers Will Visit Hang Lung Business in Shanghai to Facilitate Exchange between Hong Kong and Shanghai StudentsHONG KONG SAR - Media OutReach - 9 June 2023 - The "Hang Lung Future Women Leaders Program", initiated and organized by Hang Lung Properties (SEHK stock code: 00101) ("the Company" or "Hang Lung"), held a graduation ceremony today in Hong Kong in conjunction with its partner, the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups Leadership Institute, bringing the inaugural program to a successful conclusion. Since the launch of the program, around 180 female university students from across the nation have participated and received over 6,300 hours of training and mentorship. 90% of the students have successfully completed the program. Among some 70 Hong Kong students, the three top performers will meet with Mainland students and mentors in Shanghai next week, as well as visit Hang Lung projects in Shanghai to learn more about opportunities on the Mainland. Mr. Weber Lo, Chief Executive Officer of Hang Lung Properties, believes that the spirit of diversity and inclusion advocated by the "Hang Lung Future Women Leaders Program" will be widely spread as program participants realize their strengths in various positions going forward At the graduation ceremony in Hong Kong, Mr. Weber Lo, Chief Executive Officer of Hang Lung Properties, Mr. Andy Ho, Executive Director of the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups ("HKFYG"), and Guest of Honor, Ms. Louise Ho Pui Shan, CDSM, CMSM, Commissioner of the Customs and Excise, along with program mentors witnessed the culmination of the program that saw these female university students prepared for future leadership roles by participation in training, mentorship, and a practical sustainable community project. Mr. Weber Lo, Chief Executive Officer of Hang Lung Properties, said, "I am glad to see the students of the nationwide 'Hang Lung Future Women Leaders Program' demonstrate their potential as future leaders. Today's graduation ceremony is not the end, it's just the beginning of the journey. As part of Hang Lung's sustainability commitment, I firmly believe in the spirit of giving full play to one's talents and building a society that values diversity and inclusion as advocated by the Future Women Leaders Program. This spirit will be widely promoted as the students continue to exercise their leadership and influence in their careers, leading to a more sustainable future for the motherland and Hong Kong." Mr. Andy Ho, Executive Director of The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, was effusive in his congratulations. "I have been so impressed by the enthusiastic contribution of the participants and their keen desire to realize diversity and inclusivity. To focus on the talent and potential of women, and serving the community; and to do so with a global perspective – this is how a better future can be made." Mr.Ho went on to thank Hang Lung Properties for spearheading the program. "We are grateful to all the mentors and volunteers for their participation, which resulted in seminars in Shanghai and Hong Kong, but which also supported these young women in planning and implementing a number of sustainable community projects. All these opportunities allowed them to accumulate valuable experience and skills, and fostered engagement and cooperation with the community." Ms. Louise Ho Pui Shan, CDSM, CMSM, Commissioner of the Customs and Excise, once again shows her support for the "Hang Lung Future Women Leaders Program" by attending the graduation ceremony and sharing her experience in a personal dialogue with participants Ms. Louise Ho, Commissioner of Customs and Excise, understood the perplexities and challenges faced by young people while growing up and shared her personal experience and advice. She believes that young people should first set realistic ideals and goals. Then, they should formulate clear and feasible plans to achieve these ideals and goals, and utilise time wisely for self-improvement. Lastly, they should focus on their own development and steer towards their own ideals and goals and refrain from shortsightedness for quick success. Ms. Ho encouraged young people to keep an open mind and show their talents in the Greater Bay Area so as to become pillars who contribute to the country, serve Hong Kong and open to the world. She hopes that the mentors and mentees of the "Hang Lung Future Women Leaders Program" will grow together, take challenges as opportunities and gradually realise their goals. During the dialogue session, a mentee enquired about how to utilise the "toughness" and "softness" qualities of women in the workplace. Ms. Ho explained that the balancing of "toughness" and "softness" means to draw on the strengths of both qualities to complement each other, and the balancing can be applied to family education, corporate management and personal development. By striking a balance between the two qualities, one can display confidence and strength while exuding charm and emotional intelligence. Whether outwardly tough but inwardly soft or vice versa, a strong woman also needs to take care of her softness inside. It is important that the management team should balance authority with benevolence and maintain a humane touch while upholding principles. Mr. Weber Lo, Chief Executive Officer of Hang Lung Properties (5th from the right), Ms. Louise Ho Pui Shan, Commissioner of the Customs and Excise (6th from the right), and Mr. Andy Ho, Executive Director of the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (5th from the left), share in the joy of the female university students who completed the inaugural "Hang Lung Future Women Leaders Program" Aligned with the effort of Hong Kong SAR government to promote and foster exchange and cooperation between Hong Kong and the Mainland, the Hang Lung Future Leaders Program organized Shanghai-Hong Kong Inspiration Talks to bring together Hong Kong and Mainland female leaders including Dr. Rebecca Lee Lok-sze, the first Hong Kong female explorer and the first woman to have visited the North Pole, the South Pole and Mount Everest, Mrs. Christine Ip, CEO Greater China, United Overseas Bank, Ms. Qi Tian-tian, Sustainability Lead of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, Shanghai, Hong Kong's only female International Football Referee Ms. Law Bik-chi and China's First International Karate Referee Ms. Ma Jun-ting, to share their valuable insights on diverse topics and promote interaction among the students. Awards are presented at the graduation ceremony to participants who excelled in their sustainable community projects. Mentors and program participants share how the needs of the community can be addressed through their actions and how the well-being of society can be improved Mentees of the "Hang Lung Future Women Leaders Program" agreed that the program has been crucial in broadening their horizons, encouraging them to be better prepared to face the future. Jane Wong, a year one student from The University of Hong Kong, and one of the outstanding participants of the "Hang Lung Future Women Leaders Program" said, "The program is an initiative that empowers and motivates young females to step out of their comfort zone, and fosters the development of their leadership capabilities. After the series of activities and projects in the program, my self-assurance has been notably augmented, leading me to firmly believe that women can join forces with other females in the community so as to collaborate to innovate and create constructive societal impacts. I am very grateful for the substantial support and encouragement that my mentors have given me throughout the past six months." The three top performers will attend the "Hang Lung Future Women Leaders Program" graduation ceremony in Shanghai on June 14 Inaugurated last October in Hong Kong and on the Mainland, the nationwide "Hang Lung Future Women Leaders Program" aims to unleash the potential and strengths, and facilitate the diversified development of female university students through leadership training. 43 elite women from various industries across the nation served as the mentors for the program. With the support of these mentors and the Hang Lung As One Volunteer Team, the participants also worked in groups to plan and execute 31 community projects in response to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and various social issues, benefiting 4,500 people while enhancing community well-being. In addition, Hang Lung and mentor partners will provide over 20 placements for two-month internships with Hang Lung Properties or the mentors' companies to outstanding students. The social impact of the Inaugural "Hang Lung Future Women Leaders Program": No. of participated female university students across the nation Around 180 students, 75% of the students are first amongst three generations in their families to attend university Leadership training Around 3,500 hours Mentorship hours Over 2,800 hours Sustainable community projects 31 projects, covering 10 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, benefiting 4,500 people Please refer to the attachment for the list of Outstanding Program Participants and Outstanding Sustainable Community Projects. Attachment: Outstanding Program Participants: (listed by student name in alphabetical order) Student name Program of Study University Year Mentor Sally Hong Wai Yu Bachelor of Business Administration - Hospitality and Real Estate The Chinese University of Hong Kong 3 Ms. Janet Poon, Director - Human Resources & Administration, Hang Lung Properties Serena Lam Long Yee Bachelor of Business Administration (Integrated BBA Program) and Juris Doctor Double Degree Program The Chinese University of Hong Kong 3 Mrs. Susan Chow, Vice-chairman, Advisory Committee for The HKFYG Leadership Institute Jane Wong Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery The University of Hong Kong 1 Dr Vivian Wong, Hon Professor, School of Chinese Medicine, The University of Hong Kong Outstanding Sustainable Community Projects: Project Topic and Details Social Impact Team Members Mentor Tai Chi Humpty Dumpty The safety and the physical well-being of elderly persons living alone in Sham Shui Po was the focus of a community initiative that offered Tai Chi classes as a means to build lower limb strength and reduce the occurrence of falls and other accidents. Members of the team visited their homes to assess the living conditions with a particular focus on creating a safe and comfortable environment for these senior citizens. No. of beneficiaries: 48 elderly United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Goal 3: Good Health and Well-being Goal 10: Reduced Inequality Khodijah Dijah, City University of Hong Kong Helena Hui Hoi Ying, The University of Hong Kong Inny Lai Yin Ching, Hong Kong Baptist University Jane Wong, The University of Hong Kong Dr Vivian Wong, Hon Professor, School of Chinese Medicine, The University of Hong Kong Second-hand Clothing Recycling Activity for Charity With the aim of raising public awareness about the environmental impact of the fast fashion industry, the team collected used clothing, handbags and accessories from the community and organized a charity sale event. At the event, the public were also invited to participate in interactive games promoting sustainable fashion and ecologically-aware culture. No. of beneficiaries: 171 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Goal 13: Climate Action Sabrina Chu Suet Ying, Sabrina, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Sally Hong Wai Yu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Kaylin Huang Jie Lin, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hannah Kwok Wing Chi, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Ms. Janet Poon, Director - Human Resources & Administration, Hang Lung Properties Hashtag: #HangLungThe issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.About Hang Lung PropertiesHang Lung Properties Limited (SEHK stock code: 00101) creates compelling spaces that enrich lives. Headquartered in Hong Kong, Hang Lung Properties develops and manages a diversified portfolio of world-class properties in Hong Kong and the nine Mainland cities of Shanghai, Shenyang, Jinan, Wuxi, Tianjin, Dalian, Kunming, Wuhan and Hangzhou. With its luxury positioning under the "66" brand, the company's Mainland portfolio has established its leading position as the "Pulse of the City". Hang Lung Properties is recognized for leading the way in enhanced sustainability initiatives in real estate as it pursues sustainable growth by connecting customers and communities. At Hang Lung Properties – We Do It Well. For more information, please visit www.hanglung.com.

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