For over two decades, Josh Phillips has been working out for two to three hours a day, mostly at a gym, to stay fit and healthy. When people ask him how he manages to keep up such a routine for so long, he simply says: "That's what I'm used to." "Not only my body is adapted to that, my mind too," the South African explained.
It is universally acknowledged that the human body can be thought of as a very complex and extraordinary living machine, and that the body needs energy for everything it does: breathing, eating, sleeping, walking, working and other activities that we perform in our daily lives.
On Jan. 29, the Shenzhen government held a meeting highlighting high-quality development, demonstrating the city’s resolution and swiftness to take the lead in pursuing the new path China will take towards a modernized future. In the eyes of Park Young-joon from South Korea, associate dean and teaching associate professor of economics at Peking University HSBC Business School (PHBS), prioritizing high-quality growth is a “great and timely” initiative in the post-pandemic era.