Prepare to feast on amazing food at our Food Festival, hang out at our Chill Areas and refresh yourself with cold beer, Gin & Tonic’s, non-alcoholic juices, and other drinks! Shop at the Craft Market and let your kids enjoy our big Kids’ area! Over 50 vendors will bring you the best of FOOD, DRINKS, CRAFT, DESIGN, ART, CHARITY, and much more!!！
Go enjoy the unique Mexico gastronomy and experience the healthy lifestyle!
1. Anti-Hunger Combo: A beautiful burrito stuffed with your choice of protein, rice, and vegetables. It’s super satisfying and convenient – no need for utensils. Dig in and enjoy!
打工人扛饿搭配 = 卷 X（蛋白+米饭+蔬菜）
无辣不欢搭配 = 任意搭配+蕃茄红辣椒辣莎莎酱+辣椒圈
“While we’ve found success in helping Chinese members find jobs and economic opportunities, we have not found that same level of success in the more social aspects of sharing and staying informed. We are also facing a significantly more challenging operating environment and greater compliance requirements in China,” said the senior executive.
LinkedIn will launch InJobs, a new, standalone jobs application for China, later this year. “InJobs will not include a social feed or the ability to share posts or articles,” LinkedIn mentioned.
Meanwhile LinkedIn said it will also continue to work with Chinese businesses to help create economic opportunities.
“Our decision to launch a localized version of LinkedIn in China in February 2014 was driven by our mission to connect the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful and we’ve been providing different kinds of product values and services to members and customers over the past seven years. While we’ve found that job seeking is a primary reason our members in China use our localized version,” said Lu Jian, LinkedIn China President, in a letter sent to the Global Times.
The sunset of the current LinkedIn app version marked the end of the last major US-operated social network operating in China.
Microsoft acquired LinkedIn in 2016.
LinkedIn announced in March that it would temporarily suspend new member signs-up in China as it works to ensure it remains in compliance with local laws.
“We are a global platform with an obligation to respect the laws that apply to us, including adhering to Chinese government regulations for our localized version […] in China,” LinkedIn said.
It also noted that the move is not related to an alleged hack on Microsoft Exchange Server, which the US company claimed was done by “state-sponsored hackers based in China”.
LinkedIn entered China in 2014. By 2019, it had 44 million users in China, making it LinkedIn’s third-largest user base after the US, with 150 million users, and India with 52 million, according to media reports.