In 2011, Lyu noticed more people were using Sina Weibo, the social network, so he opened an account called "Lao Lyu Daodao" and began posting advice, such as the materials parents should prepare to register a newborn. As he continued to post, his followers gradually increased.
"I jump out of my chair and my mate Matt, he'll grab me and hold my ankles and I basically walk on my hands," he said, explaining a technique that's similar to the wheelbarrow race of Western school sports days.
The company is promoting intelligent charging units for electric motors, which can automatically charge during the off-peak times. Customers can ask for installation and maintenance services for solar photovoltaic and charging units with a simple click on a website, he said.
Cambodia's King Norodom Sihamoni said that with Xi's wise leadership, China will make more progress, become more prosperous and continue to play an important role in global and regional affairs.
He said he hoped compatriots across the Straits could shoulder their responsibilities, push the peaceful unification process and fulfill the Chinese dream of national rejuvenation.
"We think that the call for more emphasis on quality and equality as opposed to quantity will be reflected in the emphasis on encouraging innovation, Made in China 2025 and moving up the value chain," Kuijs said.
One of Scotland's biggest annual tourism attractions is teaming up with social media app WeChat in a bid to tap the Chinese market.
The authority said Taiwan's aging rate hit 7 percent in 1993 and is expected to reach 20 percent in the next eight years.