In 2015 Nepal suffered a terrible disaster, a severe earthquake that killed nearly 9.000 people and injured nearly 22.000. It is considered the worst natural disaster that has strike this region since the 1934 Nepal-Bihar. This day, Nepalese people in a matter of minutes lost their beloved family members and homes. Moreover, different infrastructures and cultural heritage in Katmandu as well as in nearby towns were destroyed or damaged.

On November 6th, - The Z-PARK model in China - was published in Beijing, China. This magnificent book was written by Associate Professor and doctoral supervisor at the Guanghua School of Management of Peking University Dong Xiaoying, Guo Weiqiong, secretary general of the Zhongguancun Listed Companies Association. The book comprises an in-depth analysis of the innovative ecology within the well-known science park.

The 2017 International Capacity Cooperation Forum and the Ninth China International Fair for Investment Cooperation will be held from November 21 to 22, 2017, at the Beijing National Convention Center. Leaders of the China National Development and Reform Commission will give keynote speeches.

The Building Materials International Cooperative Enterprise Alliance signing ceremony was held on 28 October 2017 in Beijing, China. The Crowd Innovation Alliance was the organizer and host of this important and strategic event. Furthermore, the main goal of the Crowd Innovation Alliance is enterprises and start-ups in the countries along the One Belt and One Road initiative, which are looking forward to establishing communication mechanism and cooperation projects.

Let’s meet the designer Zeng Fengfei, who presented his inspiring collection during the Autumn/Winter Fashion show 2015. For this occasion, he was inspired by the famous figure of Maitreya Buddha located in the Mogao Caves in Dunhuang, at the Gansu Province, in China. In this regard, the Mogao Caves, which are also known as the Thousand Buddha Grottoes, have an extension of 25 km, holding an incredible combination of 492 temples in total.

The large number of murals preserved in the Potala Palace reproduces the history of the Tibetan people's social life in various fields.