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Getting to know the Yuan | Business
 
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China is looking for new ways to prop up its economy. One of these is to allow foreign trade partners to pay in Yuan.
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Today News - China Threatens To Pull Money From Silicon Valley: Trade War Will Become A Tech War
 
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Today News - China Threatens To Pull Money From Silicon Valley: Trade War Will Become A Tech War In the span of a day, China has gone from threatening to crash US markets if President Trump doesnt agree to a trade deal to helping the US rebut reports that trade talks werent going as smoothly as President Trump and the Wall Street Journal had let on. During a press conference on Thursday, Ministry of Commerce Spokesman Gao Feng denied reports that a meeting involving high-level trade officials in Washington had been cancelled (the FT had cited US frustrations with Chinas reluctance to cave o... Source: http://c.newsnow.co.uk/A/2/971438392?-42097:28482 © Today News THANK YOU for your watching SUBSCRIBE my channel for more videos: https://xuri.co/todaynews ─────────────────── ▼ DISCLAIMER : ➤ If you have problems about copyright or label, please contact me via email or YT inbox. Thank you :) ➤ If you wanna use my uploads in your videos/streams, please give a link back to my original video, thats all ;) #Today #News #China #Threatens #To #Pull #Money #From #Silicon #Valley #Trade #War #Will #Become #A #Tech #War
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How Africa is Becoming China's China
 
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madeinchina.com--Yancheng Zhengda International Trade Co
 
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Brief introduction about China suppliers and China products from http://www.madeinchina.com. This video contains the information of the company that exsists on madeinchina.com-- a B2B platform which provides China products and service for worldwide clients. Yancheng Zhengda International Trades Co., Ltd., formerly known as Zhengda Machinery Plant, became a professional international trade company in 2008. The company occupies an area of 18,000 square meters. It has fixed assets of 30 million yuan and an annual output value of 10 million yuan with a profit of 350,000 yuan. The company directly specializes in producing 12HP, 14HP, 15HP, 16HP, 18HP, 23HP tractor rotary cultivator and a direction apatus, 9-inch clutch, traction institutions assembly, as well as diesel engines, tractors, auto parts, etc.. Our company provides parts for Dynamic Group´s, Jiangsu Yueda Yancheng Tractor Manufacturing Co., Chang Feng Group, and other medium and large enterprises, of which Type 120 and Type 150 rotary cultivator have been exported to Southeast Asia, the United States and other countries. Our products and enterprises enjoy high reputation in the domestic and foreign markets . The company consists of the following departments: Quality Supervision Department, Inspection Branch Department, Sales Department, the Office of Finance and the Management Branch which combines technology, production and management together. We have a staff expert in production, technology, detection, and sales, which ensures control over technology, production process so that qualified and reliable products will be acquired. The company is strong in production and testing. It is now possessing the existing lathe C6140, C6136 lathe, Cylindrical Grinder, 7130 plane grinding, W6132 milling machine, B665 Ngau Tau shaver, 13 shears, punch 63 tons, 100 tons of Punch, 80 tons of machine oil, 315 tons hydraulic machines and oxygen furnace red welding machine, painting and other equipment. We are equipped with all types of machinery. And we committed the Jiangsu Yueda Yancheng Tractor Manufacturing Co. to carry out testing to ensure that the quality and reliability of the product. The company has a comprehensive production, processing, marketing services and quality assurance management system. In the production, testing and service activities, we have introduced the ISO9001 quality system: 2000 quality management system to strengthen the process control. We also promote the prevention-oriented and continuous improvement thinking to enhance the self-management level, and ensure customer´s satisfaction. With the continuous development of our enterprise, the company has invested 30 million yuan to build a new factory in Tinghu Economic Development Zone. Once the full production starts, we will have an annual sale of 50 million yuan, and profits and taxes will amount to 6 million yuan. With the strong support of leaders in various fields and under the joint efforts of the workers of the company, we will continue our focus on customers´ demands and will try hard to achieve a new level in both sale stratage and management. Source from http://zdnj.en.madeinchina.com/video.shtml
Views: 3929 madeinchinaclips
China Has a Devastating 'Debt Time Bomb' On Its Hands
 
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The mere mention of shadow banking was always going to conjure images of dimly-lit rooms and shady deals, evoking Hollywood’s film noir genre. In reality, of course, those two words are probably enough for the mandarins in the rarefied atmosphere at the People’s Bank of China to break out in a collective cold sweat. With a broader brief to exert control over financial regulatory policy-making, the de facto central bank has been handed increased powers to deal with the threat of increased risk bubbling beneath the surface of the world’s second-largest economy. At the same time, the PBOC has a new governor in Yi Gang after his appointment to succeed old boss Zhou Xiaochuan was approved at the National People’s Congress in Beijing last month. Near the top of his agenda, as he settles into his plush leather chair, will be tackling China’s growing debt crisis. “Yi will work to defuse the debt bomb lurking [in] a series of alarming statistics concerning the Chinese economy,” Hui Feng, a senior research fellow at the Griffith Asia Institute, said. China’s total debt has almost doubled between 2008 and mid-2017, to 256% of GDP [gross domestic product] as the economy slowed down from double-digit growth to a mere 6%,” he added in an article for The Conversation. Part of the problem resides in the shadow banking sector, a report released last month by the Financial Stability Board, an international organization which monitors the financial system, pointed out. ‘Systemic risk’ Based in the Swiss city of Basel, the FSB found that about 15%, or roughly US$7 trillion, of the world’s riskier non-bank loans were held in China. Linked to the supply of credit, these loans could pose ‘systemic risk’, the survey highlighted. Since the 2008 financial crisis, regulators have tightened oversight of the sector after borrowing outside the traditional banking system allowed excessive risk-taking to build up, threatening the stability of the global economy. “Market-based finance provides increasingly critical alternatives to bank lending in the financing of economic growth, and it is vital that resilience of the sector is maintained as it continues to evolve,” Mark Carney, the chairman of the FSB and the governor of the Bank of England, said in a statement. Yet before the ink had barely dried on this latest report, alarm bells had already started ringing in Beijing. Back in February, the Anbang Insurance Group was taken over by the government in an unprecedented move by China amid fears it was on the verge of collapse. During the previous three years, the company had gone on a whirlwind, worldwide spending spree after gorging on cheap credit. In 2015, the Beijing-based behemoth bought the iconic Waldorf Astoria in New York for nearly $2 billion and later made a $6.5 billion move for Strategic Hotels and Resorts. With 1.97 trillion yuan ($310.85 billion) in assets, the company was ranked 139 in the 2017 Global 500 list, compiled by Fortune magazine. “The decision had huge significance,” Hu Xingdou, an economist at the Beijing Institute of Technology, said at the time. “If something went wrong with Anbang it would lead to massive bad loans in the financial system.” Nearly two months later, President Xi Jinping’s administration rolled out the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission, a new financial sector watchdog, expanded the policy-decision powers of the PBOC and announced plans to clamp down on shadow banking. By beefing up regulations and calling for greater “transparency” in the industry, Beijing is now sending out a strong signal that it will finally get to grips with corporate and domestic-fueled debt, the state-owned Xinhua News Agency stated. “[We must] adopt unified regulatory standards on types of asset management products, practice fair market access and supervision, and eliminate regulatory arbitrage to the maximum extent to promote the industry’s development,” the official organ of China’s ruling Communist Party reported last Friday when announcing the news. Source :- nationalinterest.org Disclaimer- This channel is for defence related news worldwide . We try to give you true news related to each and every aspects of defence . It is either country, defence weapon, air Force, army ,navy, military or anything we will try to fully explain . The content specially news we upload are taken from various news channels and media houses . we never claim it is 100 % on our behalf but we try to deliver you exact without rumours . our news is specially related to india . As India is a growing country specially in defence under narendra modi BJP government . Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/DefenceTube Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/defencetube Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/DefenceTube Check my all playlist : https://www.youtube.com/defencetube/playlist
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Cheung Sees `No Material Impact If Yuan Revalued: Video
 
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April 19 (Bloomberg) -- Ping An Insurance (Group) Co. President Louis Cheung talks with Bloomberg's Susan Li about the company's financial results and growth outlook. Ping An, Chinas second-largest insurer, said profit jumped almost tenfold last year as the nations stock market surged, boosting investment returns. Cheung, speaking from Shanghai, also discusses China's interest rate and currency policies. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Mexican Companies See Alibaba as Link to Asian Market
 
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Small and medium-sized Mexican entrepreneurs and producers will be able to access the platform of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba for the first time, said Paulo Carreño King, CEO of ProMéxico, the investment promotion body of the Mexican government. Alibaba is a tool that will provide "great" support to bring these SMEs closer to millions of buyers and distributors in China and around the world, said Carreño King. The official explained that, in order to familiarize Mexican businesses with the platform, ProMexico will provide them with a series of workshops and courses about Alibaba.
Views: 831 New China TV
Today News - China announces military alliance with Russia to ‘show Americans’
 
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Today News - China announces military alliance with Russia to ‘show Americans’ China’s Defense Minister, Wei Feng, attended the Moscow International Security Conference on Tuesday. The official had two messages to deliver for Russia. Feng announced, “I am visiting Russia as a new defense minister of China to show the world a high level of development of our bilateral relations and firm determination of our armed forces to strengthen strategic cooperation.” He continued: “Second, to support the Russian side in organizing the Moscow International Security Conference the Chin... Source: http://c.newsnow.co.uk/A/2/931682925?-17176:26449:3 © Today News THANK YOU for your watching SUBSCRIBE my channel for more videos: https://xuri.co/todaynews ─────────────────── ▼ DISCLAIMER : ➤ If you have problems about copyright or label, please contact me via email or YT inbox. Thank you :) ➤ If you wanna use my uploads in your videos/streams, please give a link back to my original video, thats all ;) #TodayNews #News #News24 #LiveNews #NewsLive #NewsToday
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China’s Biotech Industry Poses Threat to US National Security
 
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Beckaly Franks of The Pontiac bar Hong Kong at #50BestTalks
 
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Beckaly Franks of The Pontiac bar in Hong Kong spoke at #50BestTalks about the strength of Asia's bar industry, gender equality among bartenders and the changing world of cocktails. The event was part of Asia's 50 Best Bars 2018 in Singapore, which took place at the same time as Singapore Cocktail Week. Discover the Asia's 50 Best Bars 2018 list: https://www.worlds50bestbars.com/asia/at-a-glance.php No.1 Manhattan, Singapore, Singapore No.2 Indulge Experimental Bistro, Taipei, Taiwan No.3 Speak Low, Shanghai, China No.4 Atlas, Singapore, Singapore No.5 The Old Man, Hong Kong, China No.6 High Five, Tokyo, Japan No.7 Tippling Club, Singapore, Singapore No.8 Native, Singapore, Singapore No.9 The Bamboo Bar At Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand No.10 Lobster Bar & Grill, Hong Kong, China No.11 Stockton, Hong Kong, China No.12 28 Hongkong Street, Singapore, Singapore No.13 Backstage, Bangkok, Thailand No.14 Sober Company, Shanghai, China No.15 Quinary, Hong Kong, China No.16 Trench, Tokyo, Japan No.17 Le Chamber, Seoul, Korea No.18 Zuma, Hong Kong, China No.19 Operation Dagger, Singapore, Singapore No.20 Bar Benfiddich, Tokyo, Japan No.21 Charles H, Seoul, Korea No.22 Gibson, Singapore, Singapore No.23 Employees Only, Singapore, Singapore No.24 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo Bombana, Hong Kong, China No.25 The Curator Coffee & Cocktails, Manila, Philippines No.26 Alice, Seoul, Korea No.27 Vesper, Bangkok, Thailand No.28 Union Trading Company, Shanghai, China No.29 Smalls, Bangkok, Thailand No.30 Janes & Hooch, Beijing, China No.31 The Pontiac, Hong Kong, China No.32 D.bespoke, Singapore, Singapore No.33 Nutmeg & Clove, Singapore, Singapore No.34 Gen Yamamoto, Tokyo, Japan No.35 TCRC, Tianan, Taiwan No.36 Potato Head Beach Club, Bali, Indonesia No.37 Bar Orchard Ginza, Tokyo, Japan No.38 Junglebird, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia No.39 Loewy, Jakarta, Indonesia No.40 Mixology Salon, Tokyo, Japan No.41 Union Brasserie, Bakery & Bar, Jakarta, Indonesia No.42 Jigger & Pony, Singapore, Singapore No.43 Star Bar, Tokyo, Japan No.44 Teens Of Thailand, Bangkok, Thailand No.45 Lamp Bar, Nara, Japan No.46 Coley, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia No.47 Keepers', Seoul, Korea No.48 The Ritz Carlton Bar & Lounge, Macau, China No.49 Ku Bar, Bangkok, Thailand No.50 The Other Room, Singapore, Singapore Special Award winners: The Best Bar in Asia, sponsored by Perrier – Manhattan, Singapore Heering Legend of the List – Speak Low, Shanghai Altos Bartenders’ Bartender – Vijay Mudaliar, Native Ketel One Sustainable Bar Award – Potato Head Beach Club, Bali Campari One To Watch Award – Rabbit Hole, Bangkok Highest New Entry Award, sponsored by Torres – The Old Man, Hong Kong Highest Climber Award, sponsored by The London Essence Company – Le Chamber, Seoul The Best Bar in Singapore, sponsored by Perrier – Manhattan The Best Bar in Taiwan, sponsored by Mancino Vermouth – Indulge Experimental Bistro, Taipei The Best Bar in China, sponsored by Michter's Distillery – Speak Low, Shanghai The Best Bar in Japan, sponsored by Cocktail Kingdom – High Five, Tokyo The Best Bar in Thailand, sponsored by Cognac Hennessy – The Bamboo Bar at Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok The Best Bar in Korea, sponsored by The London Essence Company – Le Chamber The Best Bar in Philippines, sponsored by Peroni – The Curator, Manila The Best Bar in Indonesia, sponsored by Seedlip – Potato Head Beach Club, Bali The Best Bar in Malaysia, sponsored by Nikka Whisky – Junglebird, Kuala Lumpur Follow The World's 50 Best Bars on the following channels: Twitter https://twitter.com/50BestBars Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Worlds50BestBars Instagram http://www.instagram.com/50bestbars
Luke Gromen - Trade War Ain't Over Till It's Over #4215
 
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Luke Gromen believes that the much ballyhooed celebration over the end of the US-China trade war is extremely premature. To Luke, it's a case of an immovable object getting hit by an unstoppable force. For the US to prosper and start making things again, it will have to give up the dollar's reserve currency status. For China to move forward, it will have to give up its predatory IP policy and other China First measures. It's effectively a fight for world domination. And it has a long way to go before it's resolved.
Views: 659 FSN GoldandSilver
South Coast Martial Arts - China Training
 
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This summer explore the authentic roots of Martial Arts in the heart of China. Our program is a total immersion martial arts camp which includes training in a traditional martial arts academy, and classes inside the Shaolin Temple. Last year we had over 200 people apply for this remarkable opportunity. Join our team and create memories to last a lifetime. Limited spots available, registration is now open. This Video is from a private camp by Philip Sahagun and his students training Shaolin Temple Kung Fu in China's Luohan Yuan Martial Arts Academy, 2012 Official Site: www.philipsahagun.com School: www.southcoastmartialarts.com Pro Team: www.kungfuheroes.com
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A brief history of China's currency
 
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China has issued five sets of Yuan, or RMB, since 1948. The latest version of the 100-yuan banknote was put into circulation on Thursday. Let's take a look at some of the previous versions of the currency.
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Cultural difference in business | Valerie Hoeks | TEDxHaarlem
 
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. One of the elements of the cultural difference between Europe and China is the importance that is given to relationships. In the West you would assume the importance to be the same, but there is a significant distinction. In China connections with the right people help you to get things done, to survive and to succeed. Whereas in the West content is predominant, in China the way people interact with each other strongly influences the working environment. 'Face' and long-term effects are taken into consideration. Valérie Hoeks (1982) studied Sinology at the Leiden University and has been active in China for over a decade as a traveller, a student and later as an entrepreneur. As soon as she set foot on Chinese soil she knew she would come back many times. In 2010 Valérie co-founded China Inroads in collaboration with with her Dutch and Chinese business partner. China Inroads provides a strong foothold for innovative companies that want to expand their business to the Chinese market. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Premier Global Hub for Offshore Renminbi Business: Think Asia, Think Hong Kong (NY)
 
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Hong Kong is expanding its role as the premier offshore RMB business centre, which provides a comprehensive, one-stop platform for conducting a full range of RMB transactions, from trade settlement, financing, to wealth management. This session discusses why the latest developments will enable American corporates and financial institutions to strengthen their trade and investment links with China and how this can be facilitated by the global RMB financial platform in Hong Kong. Organizers: Hong Kong Trade Development Council Hong Kong Monetary Authority Think Asia, Think Hong Kong http://www.thinkasiathinkhk.com/usa/en/index.html Keynote Address Norman T. L. Chan, GBS, JP Chief Executive, Hong Kong Monetary Authority Panel Discussion and Q&A Moderator: Norman T. L. Chan, GBS, JP Chief Executive, Hong Kong Monetary Authority Speakers: Anita Fung Group General Manager and Chief Executive Officer Hong Kong, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Ltd He Guangbei, JP Vice Chairman and Chief Executive, Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited Paul Kennedy Chief Financial Officer, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd Greg Weigard Assistant Treasurer, Air Products and Chemical, Inc
Views: 518 HKTDC
Today News - Stars align for trade deal with China
 
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Today News - Stars align for trade deal with China The United States trade war with China appears to be at a point where the stars have aligned. Almost equivalent domestic economic and political pressure will force President Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpRob Lowe mocks Warren over Native American ancestry claims Obama health official blasts Trumps physical exam: No doctor can predict someone’s future health Trump makes Native American joke about Warren campaign announcement: See you on the campaign TRAIL MORE and President Xi Jinping to stand dow... Source: http://c.newsnow.co.uk/A/2/973399166?-42097:28482 © Today News THANK YOU for your watching SUBSCRIBE my channel for more videos: https://xuri.co/todaynews ─────────────────── ▼ DISCLAIMER : ➤ If you have problems about copyright or label, please contact me via email or YT inbox. Thank you :) ➤ If you wanna use my uploads in your videos/streams, please give a link back to my original video, thats all ;) #Today #News #Stars #align #for #trade #deal #with #China
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High Flyers: THP Beverage Group Deputy CEO Phuong Uyen Tran
 
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Feb.14 -- Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin returns for a seventh season, interviewing some of the world's sharpest business minds aboard the Singapore Flyer. In episode two, Haslinda sits down with Phuong Uyen Tran, THP Beverage Group Deputy CEO. THP is Vietnam's largest privately owned drinks company and once turned down a huge offer from Coca-Cola.
Gary Liu, CEO, South China Morning Post
 
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The Hong Kong based South China Morning Post sits in the unique position of reporting on mainland China while being viewed as a predominantly foreign organisation by the state. Here, we speak to CEO Gary Liu about transitioning to digital, creating user-friendly content, and operating within China’s press restrictions.
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GoPro Greenhills Shopping Center Overview Walking Tour by HourPhilippines.com
 
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GoPro Greenhills Shopping Center Overview Walking Tour. Greenhills Shopping Center is a shopping mall in the city of San Juan in the Philippines along ortigas avenue developed by Ortigas & Co.. It has over 2,000 stores, and supports an 'indoor-outdoor' theme, with the Shopping Center having the appearance of several distinct buildings that are all interconnected through pathways and bridges. It hosts a Roman Catholic chapel and a Muslim prayer room. Greenhills Shopping center is comprised of Shoppesville, V-mall, Greenhills Promenade, Unimart and is a meccas of restaurants including Gloria Maris, Krispy Kreme, Hokkaido Santouka Ramen, Yumi, Wee Nam Kee, Eric Kayser Boulangerie, Kyochon, Food Channel Shawarma, Rita's Ice Cream, Kimpura, Luk Yuen, Crystal Jade and so much more! Greenhills Shopping Center holds the 2nd largest flea market in Manila, 2nd only to Divisoria. Shop for clothes, accessories, jewelries, etc. V-mall is known for great deals in technology and serious hobby toys. Greenhills Shopping Center Ortigas Avenue, North Western Street, San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines Tel: +63 2 721 0572 Operational Hours: Daily 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM MABUHAY and Welcome to Hour Philippines TV the #1 Food Travel and Lifestyle Vlog! Thanks for dropping by. Please subscribe, like, share and comment on our videos! ♥ We upload daily and weekly! Your essential guide to unforgettable food, travel and nightlife adventures in the Philippines and beyond! Have a great day and a fantastic life ahead! :-) Cheers, Lord and Aksana Food | Travel | Lifestyle | Parties | Nightlife | Events For business inquiries, please send us a message :-) www.HourPhilippines.com
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China Orient Trust & Investment Company : Hong Kong Stock Exchange Trading Notary Public
 
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SHANDONG MEIKA WHEEL CO ,LTD
 
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Shandong Meika Wheel Co.,LTD was founded in June 2016, the registered capital 20 million. As a new set up company, Meika is an upgraded forging wheel manufacture based onthe original Shandong Detong Wheel Co.,Ltd which has advanced equipment and technology. Meika is a subcompany of Dongying Boaoqi new material Co. Ltd. The company is located in Dongying city of ShandongProvince, the famous tyre and wheel production base - Guangrao Xishui Industrial Park. The total investment of 354 million yuan, the enterprise Boaoqisets up its own experienced R&D team on the vehicle wheeldesign,production processing and marketing, tyre trading, steel and steel billet sales. The spinning process of forging which is well known as the international most advanced production process is used in Meika, the simulation programs of CAD,CAM and CAE, are comprehensively used onproduction research and development, so as to obtain a more accurate design and fast. The quality control instruments and equipment online and offline used in production, make the wheels to be effectively controlled on the quality. Meika alloy wheel manufacture has obtained the German TUV test certification , been through the Smith laboratory SAE standard test, DOT certificated and won the TS/16949 quality management system certification, The product has made more than a dozen patents.So far,ther are more than a dozen of models of Meika’s forged alloy wheels have been patented.
Views: 319 Brady Feng
Currency Worries Again Send China's Shanghai Composite Index Sliding
 
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China's Shanghai Composite Index plunged more than 6% and other Asian markets also declined as investors appear to show a delayed reaction to news that China's market regulator would allow market forces to play a greater role in determining stock prices. It was the biggest decline for index in 3 weeks. Home Depot (HD) is out with earnings and that came in right on target at $1.71 a share. Revenue at the home improvement retailer was better than expected. Home Depot is also raising its profit and sales forecast for 2015. American Apparel (APP) is warning that it may go out of business. It said that is business and cash position have deteriorated so badly that it's not sure it can stay in business. American Apparel shares have fallen 87% this year. Housing Starts for July are reported today. Wabash National (WNC) meets with investors and Patriot Coal seeks approval of its bankruptcy plan. Subscribe to TheStreetTV on YouTube: http://t.st/TheStreetTV For more content from TheStreet visit: http://thestreet.com Check out all our videos: http://youtube.com/user/TheStreetTV Follow TheStreet on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thestreet Like TheStreet on Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheStreet Follow TheStreet on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/theStreet Follow TheStreet on Google+: http://plus.google.com/+TheStreet
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HONG KONG: HERBAL MEDICINE
 
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Cantonese/Mand/Eng Lizards, sea horses, scorpions and snakes are not the kind of ingredients that most Westerners normally turn to when they are feeling sick. But in China herbal medicine is big business, and if Hong Kong has its way, in ten years time it will be at the centre of this lucrative trade. The project has been dubbed "herbal port". Chinese medicine has been around for over twenty-three centuries and the numerous shops that sell herbal medicines in Hong Kong reflect its importance to the Chinese people. Chinese medicine comes from all aspects of nature: animals, plants and minerals. In Hong Kong's Wan Chai market,. Dr. Poon Pak-sun sees a steady stream of patients amid a colourful array of exotic herbs and animals. There is no privacy here. Patients listen to Dr. Poon delivering his prognosis on their health, whilst the next one waits in the queue. Clinical is not the word a Westerner would use to describe the atmosphere of Dr. Poon's stall. Wood is used, rather than aluminum, to grind and mix the patients medicines. Various dried herbs in glass containers are on display, ready to be mixed or bunched together to cure common colds, indigestion and other non-serious ailments. The dried animals, or bits of dried animal, may not look pretty, but they clearly don't put off the locals. Lizards, according to Dr. Poon Pak-sun, can be good for curing backaches, or weak kidneys. And when combined with Chinese herbs, 'lizard' it can cure other ailments. As a soup it can cure coughs. But it isn't quite so effective for Malaria. To cure that you need to borrow a snake skin. And if you are feeling a bit stressed out, and need to be relaxed, then a scorpion is the best means - although what you are supposed to do with it exactly is uncertain. Is Chinese medicine better than its western equivalent? Dr. Poon says they complement each other. And to reassure the squeamish, Dr. Poon tell us that they don't just hand out medicines that can be poisonous to unsuspecting clients. SOUNDBITE: (Cantonese) "For medicines that are potentially poisonous, we will give them special processing. Many western medicines are actually made from Chinese medicine and are prescribed to ordinary citizens. This is an undeniable fact." SUPER CAPTION: Poon Pak-sun, a Chinese doctor At Hong Kong's Baptist University, they follow through on what Dr Poon's says about western medicines. Here the pharmacists use Western science to prepare and process traditional Chinese medicines. But although the doctors and nursing attendants dress in white and have a room set aside for private consultations, the theory behind the practice is still strongly linked to the traditional Chinese understanding of the body and mind. But that is where the similarity ends. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We regard the whole body as an integral part. Each is very closely related to the other. That probably is the major difference." SUPER CAPTION: Dr Albert W N Leung, Associate Professor and Course Leader of Chinese Medicine, Hong Kong Baptist University Chinese medicine regards the human body as part of the universe. Chinese medical practitioners diagnose the man according to the "Ying and Yang", earth and heaven, winter and summer, cold and hot, wet and dry - at the core of it's philosophy is the restoration of harmony in the system. Its common sense logic has attracted a following through generations. But its use and development has largely been unregulated. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "In modernizing Chinese medicine, from conducting studies on its raw material to marketing of the final products, the entire process requires a stable quality and quantity control system." SOUNDBITE: (English) You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c9403990ff2549b69cce37ceb0aaff03 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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What's it like working in China?  Penny Wise, Dollar Foolish...
 
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How about causing yourself more work and expense to avoid making mistakes which happen all the time anyway? How about worrying so much about a mold that you make the raw material HUGE? How about breaking high tech equipment to avoid losing face over failed SKUs? Penny wise, dollar stupid. Or should I say, fen wise, yuan stupid?!
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NYC-based sneaker startup kicks into China through Tmall
 
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New York-based Stadium Goods, a retailer and marketplace in the multibillion-dollar collectible sneakers industry, has launched a store on Alibaba’s cross-border e-commerce platform Tmall Global. The company is first offering its lower-priced footwear to China’s sneakerheads to gauge interest before moving into its big-ticket inventory. Videographer and Video Editor: Judy Zhu Producer: Calvin Zhou
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Brokerage and Banking on the Belt and Road
 
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Hong Kong headquartered brokerage and investment group CLSA views China’s Belt and Road Initiative as positive for Asia – and sees its own role in the Initiative as very strong. As Chairman Jonathan Slone points out, CLSA’s parent company CITIC Securities is a full service investment group in China while CLSA’s local offices are across many Belt and Road countries. He says Hong Kong has played a highly significant role in CLSA’s growth. Related Links: Hong Kong Trade Development Council http://www.hktdc.com/ HKTDC Belt and Road Portal http://beltandroad.hktdc.com/en/index.aspx?DCSext.dept=21&WT.mc_id=1817778 CLSA https://www.clsa.com/home.php CLSA-Belt and Road https://www.clsa.com/special/onebeltoneroad/?utm_source=corporate-site&utm_medium=website&utm_campaign=onebeltoneroad
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Qin Xiao: China RMB Internationalization & Offshore Markets
 
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Qin Xiao, Former Chairman, China Merchants Group and China Merchants Bank, discusses China's currency internationalization and offshore markets development at the Forecast of China’s Economy for 2016. For additional video, speaker Power Points, agenda and speaker bios, visit: https://www.ncuscr.org/content/forecast-chinas-economy-2016 China is at a critical turning point as it approaches the start of its thirteenth Five-Year Plan in 2016. The National Committee and Peking University’s China Center for Economic Research (CCER) brought together several of China’s leading economists and economic experts to give a forecast for China’s economy in 2016. Characterized as one of China’s most influential economists, former Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of the World Bank Justin Lin gave his view on deepening reform and the issue of Free Trade Zones. Dr. Qin Xiao, Huang Haizhou and other prominent economists provided analysis of China’s stock market and capital markets, its role in the international monetary system, and much more. Speakers: • Justin Lin, Professor and Honorary Dean, National School of Development (NSD), Peking University (PKU); Former Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, World Bank • Qin Xiao, Chairman, Boyuan Foundation; Former Chairman, China Merchants Group • Huang Haizhou, Chief Strategist, Managing Director and Co-Head, Research Department, China International Capital Corporation (CICC) • Lu Feng, Professor, NSD; Director, China Macroeconomic Research Center (CMRC), PKU • Zha Daojiong, Professor, School of International Studies, PKU • Xu Gao, Chief Economist, China Everbright Securities Co., Ltd. • Xiang Songzuo, Chief Economist, Agricultural Bank of China • Huang Yiping, Professor and Deputy Dean, NSD, PKU Moderators: • Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, Chief International Correspondent, CNBC • Yao Yang, Dean, NSD; Director, China Center for Economic Research (CCER), PKU • Stephen Orlins, President, National Committee on U.S.-China Relations
Longbang Decoration Co., Ltd 龙邦建设股份有限公司
 
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Longbang Decoration Co., Ltd was established in October 1998 under Longbang Group, with its office lying in the downtown of Hangzhou city, only 3km away from the famous West Lake. Longbang Decoration Co., Ltd is a large-scale, experienced decoration company focusing on the construction, decoration and design of public constructions in the field of curtain wall, fire control, etc. The company has a registered capital of 50 million yuan, more than 200 million yuan fixed assets and an annual output value of 2 billion yuan. Besides, the company is also rich in qualifications, for instance, Grade-A Qualifications for National Architectural Decoration, Architectural and Decorative Design, Curtain Wall Design and Construction and Museum Construction, Grade-B Qualification for the Design and Construction of Fire Control Engineering, and Grade-C Qualifications for Installation of Electromechanical Equipment and Intelligent Building Engineering, etc. Longbang Decoration Co., Ltd is an innovation-driven company, which pays great importance to integrity, product quality and steady development. For 10 consecutive years, it has been named National Top 100 Enterprise of the Decoration Industry, AAA Credible Enterprise, National Information-innovation Enterprise and Provincial Top 10 Enterprise of the Decoration Industry, etc. Rooted in Zhejiang province, Longbang has expanded its offices into a dozen of regions nationwide, such as Shanghai, Shandong, Guangxi, Ningbo, Chongqing, Beijing, Anhui and other places. A large amount of major projects we undertaken have been awarded as premium projects, for example, Chiangnan Water Region Culture Museum of China, Zhejiang Provincial Museum, Hangzhou Low-carbon Science & Technology Museum of China, Zhejiang Great Hall of the People, National Security Agency of Shandong Province, Higher People's Court of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Zhejiang Radio and Television Center, Hangzhou Daily Group Building, Yiwu International Expo Exhibition Center, Taizhou Telecommunication Building, Hangzhou Leisure Expo Garden, Ninth People's Hospital of Ningbo, Hangzhou Coach Center, etc. Among them, Zhejiang Science and Technology Museum is a well received high quality energy-saving building and also the first project in Zhejiang to achieve the “3-Star National Green Building “standard. At present, the group is rising solidly and the brand “Longbang” has been firmly established and widely recognized in society, which lays a solid foundation for the group’s future development. We will continue to create high-quality projects for the Employers with our professional spirit, skills, and service. We believe that "achievements are of the past, the future belongs to Longbang"!
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Fight Choreography Rehersal for Kung Fu Medallion in Hong Kong
 
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FIGHT CHOREOGRAPHERS GROUP (CLASSES & WORKSHOPS) Martial Arts – Interpretation – Staging The choreographed fights were developed in the Hong Kong cinema, where the best action movies are being made and they provide a lot of work for the area. Jackie Chan introduced a whole new style of choreography in the 1980’s with the movie “Police Story”. Another master of this art is Yuen Woo Ping, who the world got to know through his special way of displaying action in the Matrix Trilogy. The camera never lies. When you know martial arts or you are an actor, you might learn how to develop your movements creatively and fluently before the camera. This knowledge includes: General Movements of Martial Arts & Combat Sports Acrobatics and Stunt Techniques Expressions and Reactions Staging Scenes For more information get in touch with us: [email protected] Skype leung yuen feng
sWagg @ Count Down 2009 world trade center (front view)
 
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Roster: KIN, Allen To, Avrom , Chikin, Fung ,Lokin, Hin, Keith, Ocean , Envi , Ting Ting , Wing, Becky, Prisca Choreographers: KIN , Chikin, Avrom , Allen To , Hin , Ocean
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In China’s modern economy, a retro push against women - Breaking News
 
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Fresh out of college, Angela Li was proud of her job as a teller at the state-owned China Everbright Bank — maybe it wasn’t exciting, but it had prospects. After a year and a half she applied for a promotion, along with a male colleague who had joined with her. He got it. She did not. “Our boss came to talk to me afterwards,” said Ms. Li, a 25-year-old with scraped-back hair and a quiet gaze. “He said, ‘It’s good that you girls take your work seriously. But you should be focusing on finding a boyfriend, getting married, having a kid.’ ” Ms. Li quit. “I could compete in terms of ability, but not in terms of gender,” she said. China is often held up as a model for women in Asia. Women made great strides in the early decades of Communist rule, and the government has taken pains to portray women as equal to men, starting with Chairman Mao’s declaration that women “hold up half the sky.” More recently, as China has shifted to a market economy, admiring reports of “wonder women,” often promulgated by state media, suggest that Chinese women have made it in business. But the economic boom that has created opportunities for women has also fostered a resurgence of long-repressed traditional values. More and more men and women say a woman’s place is in the home, wealthy men take mistresses in a contemporary reprise of the concubine system, and pressure for women to marry young is intense. In the office, Socialist-era egalitarianism has been replaced by open sexism, in some cases reinforced by the law. “The media has been publicizing individual cases of successful women, but over all there isn’t space for women to develop in the economic realm,” said Feng Yuan, a prominent Chinese feminist. “Women’s status has not improved, and in some areas has regressed.” Chinese women are losing ground in the work force compared with men, their representation falling steadily with each rung up the professional ladder. Women make up 44.7 percent of the work force, but just 25.1 percent of people with positions of “responsibility,” according to China’s 2010 census. At the very top, their share falls still further. According to corporate records examined by The New York Times, fewer than 1 in 10 board members of China’s top 300 companies are women. That measure, significantly smaller than the proportion of women on corporate boards in the United States and much of Europe, is based on a review of the boards of directors of every company in the CSI 300 index, China’s equivalent to the S.&P. 500, which includes a wide swath of the economy from mining to pharmaceuticals. Among the CSI 300 companies, 126 have no women on their boards, according to their 2013 annual reports, the latest available. “We call it the ‘sticky floor,’” Ms. Feng said. “There is a glass ceiling here too, but most women never even get off the sticky floor.” By comparison, women hold 19.2 percent of the directorships on S.&P. 500 companies, according to Catalyst, a nonprofit group that seeks to promote women in business. Continue reading the main story In Europe, about 18 percent of board members in the Continent’s 610 biggest companies are women, according to the European Commission. Continue reading the main story Related in Opinion In 2007, China's Women’s Federation defined “leftover” women (sheng nu) as unmarried women over the age of 27. Op-Ed Contributor: China’s ‘Leftover’ WomenOCT. 11, 2012 While the advantages of having women in the boardroom are broadly accepted in global business circles, in China the idea meets with incomprehension, even boredom, among business leaders.
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Putin's Blanket Caper Overshadows APEC News
 
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Vladimir Putin's act of "chivalry" is overshadowing some real news coming out of this week's APEC summit. Follow Sebastian Martinez: http://www.twitter.com/SebastianSings See more at http://www.newsy.com Sources: CNN http://edition.cnn.com/2014/11/11/world/asia/putin-liyuan-shawl-apec/ The Telegraph http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/china/11222684/Vladimir-Putins-coat-chivalry-in-Beijing-is-censored.html Mashable http://mashable.com/2014/11/10/vladimir-putin-china-first-lady/ Slate http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_slatest/2014/11/10/putin_s_flirting_with_china_s_first_lady_at_apec_gets_censored.html Financial Times https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KMZI6ZXZsY BBC http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-29999782 Foreign Policy http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2014/11/10/TPP_APEC_China_US_free_trade_agreements ABC http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/video/obama-putin-rub-shoulders-beijing-26827726 The Washington Post http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/for-a-moment-obama-and-putin-icy-relations-aside-and-talk-as-asia-pacific-summit/2014/11/11/9f853e42-6532-11e4-ab86-46000e1d0035_story.html Image via: Getty Images / Feng Li http://gettyimages.com
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(Mary Mafia) The Descendant of Wing Chun
 
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Anamorphic Widescreen; 2.0 Dolby Digital (Mono) [Amplified] Hong Kong : Sunrise Film Trading Co., 1978. Director, Huang Ha. Casts: Huang Chin-shen (aka Melvin Wong) Hsu Shao-chiang (aka Tsui Siu-keung) Feng Hei-an (aka Fung Hak-on) [Action Coordinator I] Li Haisheng (aka Lee Hoi-san) [Action Coordinator II] Han I-sheng (aka Hon Yee-sang) Chen Kuo-chuan (aka Chan Kwok-kuen) [Action Director] Shen Hsien (aka Yu Yuen-yin) Ho Chi-chang (aka Ho Ki-cheong)Good bye my love
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RMB Depreciation Will Have Little Impact on China's Economy: Official
 
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The depreciation of the Chinese currency yuan will have little impact on the country's economy, said Wang Bao'an, director of the National Bureau of Statistics, on Tuesday. "The depreciation of renminbi is triggered by two factors, both domestic and foreign ones. One of them is the appreciation of the U.S. dollar. That's a practical reflection in China. The appreciation of the U.S. dollar brings about the depreciation of renminbi. I think the depreciation of renminbi and the reduction of foreign exchange reserve won't influence the Chinese economy much, or not that obvious, because its impact is quite small on China, a country that has more than three trillion U.S. dollars foreign exchange reserves," said Wang Bao'an at a press briefing on Chinese economic performance. Wang said the depreciation of yuan will not continue as a trend as he believes the Chinese economy will continue to grow at a medium-to-high speed in the coming years. "In the long run, the depreciation of yuan will not become a trend, as we are now quite confident about the growth of the Chinese economy. I think the Chinese economy will continue to grow at a medium-to-high speed in the next period, which will become a normal state. The general economic growth momentum has not changed," he said. More on: http://newscontent.cctv.com/NewJsp/news.jsp?fileId=337409 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv5DbNpxH8X2eQxJBqEjKQ CCTV+ official website: http://newscontent.cctv.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CCTV/756877521031964 Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewsContentPLUS
Renminbi Seminar: Think Asia, Think Hong Kong - Paris (EN)
 
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Renminbi Internationalisation: A New Era The use of the Chinese currency, renminbi (RMB), is expanding in different parts of the world. This session discusses how the latest developments in RMB internationalisation will present opportunities for European corporates and financial institutions to strengthen their business links with China, and how the RMB business platform in Hong Kong and its global connectivity can help meet the growing demand for RMB financial products and services in the European markets. As Hong Kong and Paris further enhance their already strong cooperation and market linkage, corporates and investors can benefit from the strengths of the two markets to access the full range of RMB services, from trade, financing, to investment and treasury management. Organisers: • Hong Kong Trade Development Council • Hong Kong Monetary Authority • Paris EUROPLACE Keynote Presentation: • Mr Norman T.L. Chan, GBS,JP Chief Executive, Hong Kong Monetary Authority Panel Discussion Moderator: • Mr Norman T.L. Chan, GBS,JP Chief Executive, Hong Kong Monetary Authority Speakers: • Mr Denis Beau Director-General of Operations, Banque de France • Mr Arnaud de Bresson Chief Executive Officer, Paris EUROPLACE • Ms Anita Fung, BBS Group General Manager, CEO Hong Kong, HSBC • Mr Romnesh Lamba Co-Head of Global Markets, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited • Mr Paul Yang Head of Greater China and Chief Executive Officer Hong Kong, BNP Paribas Think Asia, Think Hong Kong, 28 October, 2014 Carrousel du Louvre, Paris Internationalisation du renminbi : RELATED WEBSITE/MORE VIDEOS: http://www.thinkasiathinkhk.com/ (Information about this video in French) opportunités et perspectives Think Asia, Think Hong Kong 28 octobre Carrousel du Louvre Internationalisation du RMB et gestion d'actifs Internationalisation du renminbi : une nouvelle ère L’utilisation de la monnaie chinoise, le renminbi (RMB), est en progression constante dans diverses parties du monde. Cette session abordera la façon les opportunités offertes par les derniers développements en termes d’internationalisation du renminbi aux entreprises et aux institutions financières européennes pour renforcer leurs liens d’affaires avec la Chine, et les atouts de la plate-forme commerciale en RMB de Hong Kong, notamment sa connectivité mondiale pour répondre à la demande croissante en produits et services financiers en RMB sur les marchés européens. À mesure que Hong Kong et Paris renforcent une coopération et des liens commerciaux déjà solides, entreprises et investisseurs peuvent profiter des forces des deux marchés afin d’accéder à l’ensemble des services en RMB, du commerce à la finance en passant par les investissements et la gestion de trésorerie. Organisateurs: • Hong Kong Trade Development Council • Hong Kong Monetary Authority • Paris EUROPLACE Allocution d'ouverture • M. Norman T.L. Chan, GBS, JP Directeur général, Hong Kong Monetary Authority Débat Modérateur: • M. Norman T.L. Chan, GBS, JP Directeur général, Hong Kong Monetary Authority Conférenciers: • M. Denis Beau Directeur général des opérations à la Banque de France • M. Arnaud de Bresson Directeur général, Paris EUROPLACE • Mme Anita Fung, BBS Directeur général du groupe, CEO HSBC, Hong Kong • M. Romnesh Lamba Co-responsable Marchés internationaux, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited • M. Paul Yang Directeur pour la Grande Chine & Fondatrice de BNP Paribas
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Garden Restroom by LAAB Architects
 
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Garden Restroom is a public lavatory LAAB designed for the Salisbury Garden in Tsim Sha Tsui. The translucent facade rolls up to the roof, bringing natural sunlight to the interior; at night, the architecture lights up like a lantern in the dark. Borrowing the architectural language of adjacent buildings, we use timber fins to create a diagonal pitched roof, providing a dynamic spatial experience for visitors while creating a visual surprise for those standing from afar. Inside the lavatory, we construct a curvilinear wall to create enclosure with a sense of privacy, while concealing light bulbs, speakers, and exhaust fans underneath. Garden Restroom plays the sound of flowing water, users can enjoy a moment of privacy with comfort and ease. 茅室是我們為尖沙咀梳士巴利花園設計的公廁。 半透明的磨砂玻璃從地下延伸至屋頂,把四周的自然環境帶進茅室。白天, 室內清明透徹,讓大家可以安心地歇腳;夜裡,它默然佇立,是陪伴旅人趕路的一盞燈。屋頂是傾側的,我們借用了周遭建築的設計語言,用木條刻畫茅室的細紋,豐富了花園的視覺效果和空間體驗。 茅室的入口開敞明亮, 如廁空間卻很隱密。我們用連綿起伏的牆來規劃室內的空間, 同時把燈,喇叭和抽風機等設備隱藏起來。室內還有大自然潺潺的流水聲,讓大家能輕鬆自在地方便 。 / A project by Leisure & Cultural Services Department . HKSARG & New World Development Limited Our great pleasure to make this happen with Jeff, Angel, Edwin, Gemma, Daniel, Tommy Design Architect: LAAB Architects Sherry Fung . Otto Ng . Yin Lih . Hang Yip . Gordon Yuen with the support from Anderson Chan . Hon Chan . Catherine Cheng . Minjung Kim . Kelvin Lam . Janis Poon . Alfred Pun . Charlie Wong . Yam Kin Ming Collaborators: Authorized Person: Ronald Lu & Partners Design Landscape Architect: James Corner Field Operations Executive Landscape Architect: Urbis Limited Exterior Lighting Designer: Speirs + Major Exterior Signage Designer: Pentagram Facade & Structural Engineer: Arup Facade & Structural Contractor: ICGL Interior Contractor: Yearfull Interior Lighting Designer: Lightswitch Managing Contractor: New World Construction MEP Engineer: WSP Sustainability Consultant: Arup Sustainability Starring: Jeff Tung . Aelita Chan . Ivan Chan (Special thanks to Calvin !) Video Production: DCinematic 滴 骰 映 画
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Jet Li Talks Kung Fu Film Collaboration with Jack Ma
 
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Full info: http://radiichina.com/watch-jet-li-talks-kung-fu-film-collaboration-with-jack-ma-10-years-in-the-making
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Dr. Barry Naughton, "The Chinese Economy"
 
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(Apologies for low audio. You may need to turn the volume all the way up to hear the audio.) CSUSB Modern China Lecture Series Dr. Barry Naughton, UCSD "The Chinese Economy" Thursday, October 16, 2014 Dr. Barry Naughton is Sokwanlok Chair of Chinese International Affairs and Professor of Chinese Economy in UCSD's School of International Relations and Pacific Studies. He is an authority on the Chinese economy and has published widely on the topic, including authoring The Chinese Economy: Transitions and Growth (MIT, 2007), Growing Out of the Plan: Chinese Economic Reform, 1978-1993 (Cambridge, 1995, winner of the Ohira Memorial Prize), and many articles, as well as editing or co-editing volumes on topics related to the Chinese economy. Co-Sponsors of the event are CSUSB History Department, History Club/Phi Alpha Theta, the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, the College of Extended Learning, the Center for Global Management and College of Business and Public Administration, the University Diversity Committee, Pfau Library, and the Intellectual Life Fund. With special thanks to Dr. Margaret Hill and the World Affairs Council of Inland Southern California. Please contact Jeremy Murray (History Department) with any questions at [email protected]
Samsung Securities' Marsden Likes Li & Fung, I.T Shares: Video
 
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Feb. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Matthew Marsden, director of consumer research at Samsung Securities Co., talks with Bloomberg's Bernard Lo about the outlook for Li & Fung Ltd. and I.T Ltd. Li & Fung surged the most in eight months in Hong Kong trading after signing a deal with Wal-Mart Stores Inc. that strengthens its position as the worlds largest supplier of toys, clothes and furniture to retailers. (Source: Bloomberg)
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5 Shady Ways China’s Rich Are Getting Their Money Out | China Uncensored
 
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Here are 5 ways China's wealthy are getting their money out of China. This video is the second segment from China Uncensored's new half-hour show format. For the full episode, visit http://www.chinauncensored.tv/september-22-2017-full-episode/ Contribute! Join the China Uncensored 50-Cent Army! https://www.patreon.com/ChinaUncensored Subscribe for more episodes! https://www.youtube.com/ChinaUncensored Make sure to share with your friends! ______________________________ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChinaUncensored Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ChinaUncensored Instagram: http://instagram.com/ChinaUncensored ______________________________
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China-S. Korea free trade talks continue CCTV News
 
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China-S. Korea free trade talks continue CCTV News Smacktalk it if you think you are right... http://www.smacktalk.info FirstGameWorld Media: http://www.firstgameworld.com/playgame.php?id=474 Faye Wong Bored Face Hypnotized Leave nothing Legend Sky I will Pledge The world Chess piece Ormosia Wish never apart Teresa Teng Don't pick the roadside flowers See the chimney smoke again I only care about you The story of a small town Telosma cordata The moon represents my heart Comrades: almost a love story S.H.E Where is your love Migratory bird Persian Cat Super star Chinese Stay young Sandy Lam Scar I understand Clang Rose The night is too dark At least I still have you When the love became bygone Han Hong Hometown Hope Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau The sea (live) Dawn Heavenly road Tsai Chin Shang Hai night Just like your tenderness Go-abroad song The spirit of your eyes Reading you Mao A Min Mother in the illuminance of candle The green leaves and the root The same song Longing for Missing Na Ying Miss rather than meet If the mountain doesn't spin the water will A smile and walk away Looking at flowers in a fog Conquer Meng Ting Wei Telepathy Wild lily also has its spring The bygones Look at the face of the moon A Valentine's Day without a valentine A-Mei Bad Boy Once I think of you Nothing you want Listen to the sea Sarah Chen Is it right to love you Red dust Say you love me Dream to awakening Dadawa Story of red-crowned cranes Ballad Of Lhasa Sister drum Song Zu Ying Jasmine Spice girls Good days Annie Yi Can't be closed Firefly The last day of 19-year-old Fish Leong Swallowtail butterfly Courage Tranquil summer Elva Hsiao Wonderful bachelordom Cappuccino Jolin Tsai See my 72 changes Prague Square Chen Ming The happy hometown Loneliness makes me beautiful Phoenix Legend On the moon Fly freely F.I.R. Crescent moon bay Our love Valen Hsu If the cloud knows Stars are the diamonds of the poor Qi Yu High heels of September Olive tree Feng Fei Fei More than I can say Applause Tong Sheng Let us sway twin oars Where is the spring Mavis Hee Moonlight of the downtown Sunshine after the rain Ding Wei Butterfly with the broken wings Girl with the quartet Yang Yu Ying I don't wanna say Let me tell you gently Li Na God bless good man Rambles in the sky Tian Zhen Wild flowers Girls of Ali Mountain Peng Li Yuan On the field of hope Hero paean Guo Lan Ying Waves after waves in Hong Hu Lake Nan Ni bay Li Gu Yi Unforgettable night Stall tea Yin Xiu Mei The Chang Jiang river Little grass Matilda Tao Too grievous Sisters, please stand up Christine Fan The original dream True or false Man Fong Everything new Guess what's in your mind Karen Joy Morris Overcast Love song on the radio Shun Za Nights alone cryin' Going home René Liu Lonely all my life Later Sun Yue The companion Wish you safe and sound Stefanie Sun Cloudy day Green light Mavis Fan Health song Snow man Julie Su My dear child Hold your hand Jenny Tseng Wayside flowers Four Girls The wish Li Qiong Mountain road 18 bends Stella Chang Getting married (with a never-meet man) Tarcy Su Everyday in my life E-Jun Lee My thankful heart Wang Zheng We were all good children Pan Mei Chen I want a home Angela Chang Invisible wings Huang Ya Li Besides the butterfly spring Zhu Xiao Lin Mother's kiss Tracy Huang Sweet words Zhu Ming Ying Return to parents' home Zhao Yong Hua The most romantic thing Winnie Hsin Understanding Cyndi Wang Curled eyelash Gigi Le
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Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires - More weird bugs, Fabulous Hua Xiong! 真・三國無双7 Empires 妖霧バグ
 
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After suffering a gas attack and beaten by multiple kicks from Kohaku, Hua Xiong came back slightly retarded...
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Assorted Rare Antique Chinese Qing Dynasty Silver Sycee ingots
 
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Here are three examples of Chinese 19th century silver ingots. Wonderfully tactile and heavy in one's hand. They're getting harder to come by these days with the Mainland Chinese resellers scouring our markets. If you want to mail me something, I’ll put it in my next video! Send to: Coinpicker c/o S. Leung PO BOX 28623 Burnaby, BC V5C 6J4 Canada
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One student, one professor, a pivotal moment
 
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The announcement by the National Academy of Engineering that Y.C. Fung would receive the $500,000 Russ Prize for 2007 was particularly poignant for a biotech company CEO who recalled how Fung had helped her two decades ago with a difficult class assignment.
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Tamsui Specialty A Gei Near Taipei City - Secret Informant (2018) S2E17
 
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Continue our food adventure in #Taipei! Today, Riley and Leo were brought to a restaurant near Tamsui district by Vivian to experience a very special local food called A Gei. Its delicious flavor and unique presentation distinguished itself from any other food that we have tried on this journey. What's so special about A Gei? Let's find out. Special thanks to Vivian for being the secret informant for this video. You can find 楊媽媽小食堂 (阿給&甜不辣) restaurant on Google Maps: https://www.google.ca/maps/place/%E6%A5%8A%E5%AA%BD%E5%AA%BD%E5%B0%8F%E9%A3%9F%E5%A0%82+(%E9%98%BF%E7%B5%A6%26%E7%94%9C%E4%B8%8D%E8%BE%A3)/@25.084366,121.4757193,17.25z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x3442a8cdda632e1b:0x80a22d89cd88e77d!8m2!3d25.084349!4d121.47771 Follow Tattle on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tattletips/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tattletips/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tattletips/ Sigh up for Tattle weekly newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/8da703358d3f/tattle About Secret Informant: Secret Informant is a web series which seeks out the most authentic cultural food there is, with the help of secret informants (trusted insiders). Season 1 was released earlier this year featuring food in Vancouver, and Season 2 will appear over the new few months and feature food from Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan. About Tattle: Tattle is a Canadian travel company that's all about connecting people for unforgettable experiences. Besides our food webseries, we are also your source for tours, activities, and experiences. OUR VANCOUVER TOURS AND EXPERIENCES: On our website: https://www.tattle.com/ #taiwan #foodie #secretinformant #tattletips #authentictravel
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China launches EVD as a domestic competitor to DVD
 
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Beijing - 5 January 2004 1. Interior of GOME Electric Appliance Shop 2. Saleswoman introducing EVD player to a customer 3. Tilt up from EVD advertisement to EVD player 4. Pan EVD player 5. EVD saleswoman with customer 6. Close up EVD disc being inserted into machine 7. TV showing EVD pictures 8. Close up TV screen showing EVD pictures (ocean and skydivers) Beijing - 26 November 2003 9. Hao Jie, General Manager of Beijing E-World Technology Co. Ltd. introducing the EVD chip to a Chinese reporter 10. Close up EVD Processor 11. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Hao Jie, General Manager of Beijing E-World Technology Co. Ltd: "Because the core technical intellectual property rights of EVD is in the hand of our Chinese enterprises, we can decide the direction of the future development. For instance, we can make decisions on the standard of HD (high definition) products, the timing of making EVD recordable and the timing of using blue ray. We no longer need to wait for the opening of technology of other countries, no longer need to negotiate with the others about the condition of using their technology in our product. This is a question of the right of initiative." 12. EVD player with top cover removed 13. Close up interior of machine Beijing - 5 January 2004 14. Wide shot saleswoman and customer in front of EVD 15. Close up faces 16. Close up EVD machine 17. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Zhu Hongyao, saleswoman for Shinco EVD player: "It is a normal thing that people have doubts about EVD because it is just put into the market. Currently, customers are not sure about the technology of EVD. After more companies put their EVD products in the market, customers will have more confidence and they will take EVD as another choice." 18. Sales advertisement of DVD price 19. Wide shot lower priced DVD machines 20. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Mr Feng, customer: "I heard that the EVD companies have bought the copyrights to 1,500 foreign and domestic movies as their pre-phase investment and they will continue to invest on the production of EVD discs. That helps to reduce a lot of customer concerns over the availability of EVD discs. At the same time, it's said that it also can play DVD discs, so why not take it?" 21. Zoom in from DVD shelf to EVD player 22. TV showing EVD pictures 23. Various of EVD pictures on TV STORYLINE: China has made a fresh entry into the lucrative digital video market by unveiling a new type of disc which it claims gives five times sharper resolution than popular Digital Video Discs (DVDs). The first players and software for the Enhanced Versatile Disc (EVD), were put on the market in Beijing on Saturday. Development of the new, high-definition compression format was sponsored by China's State Trade and Economic Commission and its Ministry of Information Industry. Research on EVD began in 1999 with government funding to the tune of some 10 (m) million yuan (1.2 million US dollars). It was developed by a company called Beijing E-World Technology Co. Ltd. using video compression technologies licensed by American company On2 Technologies. The move is partly aimed at relieving Chinese DVD producers from paying licensing fees to companies that hold patents to the DVD format. Hao Jie, President of Beijing E-World Technology Co. Ltd, said EVD would help China battle the intellectual property theft it has been promising to eradicate since joining the World Trade Organisation in 2001. Pirated Hollywood movies on DVD are still widely available on the streets of Chinese cities. Retailers were optimistic after selling 50 EVD players in two days. But questions remain over the availability of software and the perceived gap in the market. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c58387cfb3e45637d86e7fdaa4bbddb5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Shanghai Free Trade Zone: A Damp Squib
 
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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews Following the Asia-Pacific Free Trade Zone and EU-US Free Trade Zone's carrying forward, China had been marginalized. In response, Xi Jinping launched a pilot free trading zone in Shanghai. Although the Shanghai Free Trade Zone (FTZ) has officially opened, outsiders are not optimistic. The regulations are not new, And details of operation have been delayed. It was said that the Shanghai FTZ was like a damp squib -- it cannot fire-up. UK's BBC Chinese version website said that on the evidence presented so far, the Shanghai FTZ is a damp squib. The article states that the most obvious example is the free exchanging of yuan and liberalizing interest rates are unlikely to happen. All manner of the new regulations, quotas and bureaucratic controls that the regime promised reflect that officials fear that the "hot money" will leave China through the new zone. Hong Kong's media believe that the new zone is like loud thunder with very little rain. Comparing the "negative list" of the Shanghai FTZ with the "Catalogue for the Guidance of Industries for Foreign Investment" published in March show very little change. A day after the Shanghai FTZ officially opened, the regime announced nearly 200 restrictions on foreign investment. Among them, 18 industries restrict on foreign investment, requiring that the proportion of foreign investment cannot exceed 51%. Wall Street Journal states that the list could make the venture far less attractive to global companies. Gong Shengli, a researcher at the China Financial Intelligence Unit: It also launched some laws, Banking Law and a Telecommunications Act. The Banking Law states foreign investment cannot exceed 25%. Thus investors will not invest in the telecommunication industry. There is no such example in the entire world. How far the Shanghai FTZ can go is unknown. To carry on, the Shanghai FTZ, will have trouble, without carrying on it will also bring trouble. This is the difficult situation in China's economy. Gong Shengli had attended the Shanghai FTZ research, he said that the new zone had faced great difficulty in legal areas and the regime's system. Gong Shengli: The tax rate issue will be the biggest problem if it cannot be resolved. The standard tax rate is 25%, during the research, they said it will reduce to 10% for the Shanghai FTZ. Yesterday, the Ministry of Finance said that the Shanghai FTZ tax rate will remain temporarily unchanged. However, if this is so, it will be a problem in attracting foreign investment. The details of operation are delayed, Hong Kong's media analyzed that the central regime had a big disagreement over the Shanghai FTZs development content. They said it unlikely to be resolved in a short period of time. Feng Xingyuan, deputy director, Unirule Institute of Economics, Beijing: Any regulation not suited for the free trade zone, will fail in the new zone. Then they set up new regulations, that has brought a huge impact to interest groups. Gong Shengli revealed that the RMB is not convertible, Li Keqiang intended to find a way to make it convertible in the Shanghai FTZ. Gong said, now China's current economic situation relies on investment. In June, China's money supply exceeded 106 trillion yuan ($17.3 trillion), Some monopoly industries are open neither externally nor internally. Gong Shengli said that if the Shanghia FTZ fails, by the end of October, the Asia-Pacific Free Trade Zone and the EU-US Free Trade Zone, which will make up 80% of the global economy, China's economy will gradually collapse. Gong shengli: One point is worthy of attention, whether the new zone will operate in accordance with market economic status? Whether the CCP will set up a monitoring system in the new zone? For example, to establish a free trade zone committee, it will be decided in 3rd Plenary Session. Xie Tian, Professor at the Aiken Business School, University of South Carolina told NTD that allowing the free exchanging of yuan in the Shanghai FTZ, need to be cautious of CCP officials using it to legally launder money. If funds outflow on a large-scale, it will inevitably bring the yuan related assets price down. China's stock market, bond market, and the housing market will therefore collapse. 《神韵》2013世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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Cooling world economy turns the heat up in China
 
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http://www.euronews.com/ The world's financial woes are impacting on the mighty Chinese economy according to the latest trade figures. Domestic companies are cutting production, inventories and imports because of anaemic global demand, and some experts anticipate even more central government spending to try to head off stagnation. Exports did go up in August but only by 2.7 per cent year on year, when analysts were predicting a 3 per cent rise. In a country where exports account for a quarter of all output and form the backbone for 200-million jobs, weak data like that are grim news. The head of research at The Fung Global Institute, Xiao Geng said: "This is so bad that you actually see both internal and external pressures, and it also indicates that there are no immediate solutions, because the Chinese authorities already started to relax the monetary policy and fiscal policy a few months ago, and obviously there's no results." Some analysts believe the outlook is so bad that China might miss its 7.5 per cent growth target for this year without more stimulus on top of monetary and fiscal easing and 120-billion euros-worth of infrastructure projects already announced. All that comes as China is preparing for its once-a-decade leadership change later this year. President Hu Jintao has warned of the 'grave challenges' facing global growth. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
Kuan-Yuan Paper Inc.
 
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The Kuan-Yuan Paper Inc. was established in 1964 and currently operates 3 mills, viz., the Chu-nan Mill, Taichung Mill No. 1, and Taichung Mill No. 2. The Chu-nan Mill: Produces coated duplex board with grey backing, and chip board. The Taichung Mill No. 1: Produces coated duplex board with grey backing, uncoated duplex board with grey backing, and chip board. The Taichung Mill No. 2: Serves as the company¡¦s main storage, cut and trim, packaging and dispatching center. Our company has good facilities and fast delivery. Our products are sold domestically and exported providing for printing shops and box makers to manufacture various color-printed packaging boxes for electronic products, gift packs, shoe boxes, and round boxes etc.
Views: 3628 TheKuanyuan