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  1. Producers see export benefitsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Yahoo!

    WA's premium wine and food producers have hailed free trade with China as a potential revolution, allowing them to broaden existing lucrative markets and create new ones. Producers of high-end wine, seafood and truffles are eyeing expansion in an attempt to tap the sought-after and growing market of the Chinese middle class, who are increasingly looking to spend their wealth on luxury produce.


  2. Chinese photographer's exhibition held in BrusselsRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    The exhibition "Africans in China" by Chinese photographer Li Dong was inaugurated Friday evening in the RecyclArt cultural center of Brussels. The 44 works show the life of Africans living in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong Province in southern China, and their exchanges with local Chinese.


  3. Beijing summons top Hong Kong officials to discuss Guangdong's futureRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Top Hong Kong officials have been summoned to attend the first ever state-level cross-border meeting on Guangdong development on Tuesday despite unresolved local social and political issues brought to light by the Occupy Central movement. Chief Secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor and three other top officials will fly to Beijing for the meeting, called by the National Development and Reform Commission , the nation's long-term planning arm.


  4. New Hyundai SonataRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Peninsula

    Hyundai Motor Co's new Sonata model, designed specifically for the Chinese market, displayed at the China Guangzhou International Automobile Exhibition, in Guangzhou, China.


  5. Drive to attract more Chinese medical tourists to Los AngelesRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | China Daily

    Los Angeles' mayor Eric Garcetti has signed a memorandum of understanding in Guangzhou to attract more Chinese medical tourists to the western United States. Nine Chinese and US signatories have agreed to promote medical tourism from China to the city.


  6. DCM China's Hurst Lin Takes Evangelical Approach to InvestmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Wall Street Journal

    Hurst Lin, a venture capitalist and co-founder of popular Web portal, is looking for evangelists-at least those with a business idea. "We want 25- to 35-year-olds who still have the ability to evangelize," he says, referring to the type of CEO he looks for when selecting a company for an investment.


  7. IFF expands emerging markets footprint with new state-of-the art facilities in Indonesia and ChileRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | FoodNavigator

    ... expansion of its manufacturing site in Gebze, Turkey. It also opened a new flavors manufacturing plant in Guangzhou, China; a liquid flavors and fragrances manufacturing facility in Singapore; plus new creative and technical facilities in Delhi, ...


  8. A tale of five goats: China Southern to GuangzhouRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NBR Newsroom

    It's of five goats, all piled up on a rock, the biggest one with a few stalks of rice in its mouth. It doesn't get a lot of attention, the statue of five goats, and you could easily walk by without noticing it.


  9. get more Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WLNS-TV Lansing

    Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is meeting with government officials and business executives during the opening portion of his trade trip to China. The governor hosted a forum to promote Michigan to the Chinese tourism market and participated in a forum with automotive and business reporters, discussing Michigan's economic performance and what will come after Detroit exits from bankruptcy.


  10. Shanghai soccer clubs splash the cash in battle for supremacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | South China Morning Post

    The battle for supremacy on the soccer pitch is escalating in Shanghai as two local clubs, both backed by powerful state-owned enterprises, splash out millions of dollars to sign big overseas coaches and high-calibre players to bolster their squads. Top-flight outfits Shanghai Greenland Shenhua and Shanghai SIPG FC have earmarked at least 500 million yuan each to improve their competiveness in the Chinese Super League.


  11. Snyder on first day of China investment mission: Michigan is open for business, travelRead the original story

    Friday | State of Michigan

    BEIJING Gov. Rick Snyder kicked off the first day of his investment mission in China today by promoting Michigan travel and meeting with government officials and business executives to strengthen relationships and promote the strong economic climate and business opportunities in Michigan. He also highlighted state companies producing high quality manufactured and food and agricultural products.


  12. Renewed Caution Takes the Air Out of China's Land Price MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Knowledge@Wharton

    Today, the indices demonstrate a decline, with some indicators showing the market has gone back to where it was five years ago, says Gyourko in this interview with Knowledge@Wharton. Knowledge@Wharton: It was a while ago that we did the first piece about the China Land Index that you have developed with some of your colleagues.


  13. Visitors congregate in Guangzhou for largest ever FESPA China & CSGIA EventRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday |

    FESPA CHINA 2014 (Guangzhou Pazhou Poly World Trade Centre, Guangzhou, China, 19-21 November 2014) opens today, the second event to bring the global FESPA event brand to China in partnership with CSGIA. With 505 exhibitors across the screen, digital ...


  14. Giving Back: Cecca XuRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Florida Times-Union

    ... Xu's three-month volunteer summer at the children's floor of the Sun Yat-Sen University Cancer Center in Guangzhou, China. At the age of 14, Xu promoted and recruited a volunteer group to serve at the Sun Yat-Sen Cancer Center in 2011 to give the ...


  15. LG claims top spot in UHD panel shipmentsRead the original story

    Friday |

    South Korean electronics giant LG Display has sold a massive 578,000 Ultra-HD TV panels in the month of October, according to DisplaySearch's latest numbers. The volume meant that LG was for the first time in 22 months the 'top' supplier of flat panels, and beating rival Innolux into second place.


  16. Los Angeles mayor presses China to allow more Hollywood filmsRead the original story

    Friday | Reuters

    A flurry of private Chinese investment into Hollywood should prompt Beijing to loosen its restrictions on U.S. film imports, the mayor of Los Angeles said in China on Friday as he urged officials to raise the country's annual cap on foreign films. Hollywood producers, eager to build ties to the world's second-largest film market, have embraced an influx of Chinese capital in recent years, leading to a series of high-profile partnerships.


  17. Tencent Hosts Dynamic Forum at the 12th China (Guangzhou)...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | DVDCreation Reviews

    Tencent Hosts Dynamic Forum at the 12th China International Automobile Exhibition to Promote the Future of New-Energy Vehicles in China -- Tencent Auto Introduces New Platform to Confirm its Commitment to Enhance Awareness and Further Development of New-Energy Vehicle Technology auto, Tencent's media platform for the auto industry, serves as a new platform to discuss the development of new-energy vehicle technology during the first "Guangzhou International Electric Vehicle Exhibition", which is held during the 12th Auto and the Automotive Chamber of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade held a new-energy car summit on the theme of Trends and Breakthroughs, attended by auto industry leaders and a broad array of officials from government bodies including the Foreign Trade Division of the Ministry of Commerce, the China Society of Automotive Engineering and the Institute of ... (more)


  18. CMRA 2014: Favorable but not fantasticRead the original story

    Thursday | Recycling Today

    The world needs scrap materials, but that does not mean business conditions consist solely of clear sailing. That was the message from two recycling organizations at the 2014 convention of the China Nonferrous Metals Association Recycling Metal Branch , held in early November in Guangzhou, China.


  19. CMRA 2014: Closing postconsumer loopsRead the original story

    Thursday | Recycling Today

    The largely Chinese delegation at the 2014 convention of the China Nonferrous Metals Association Recycling Metal Branch , held in early November in Guangzhou, China, heard details of two systems for collecting postconsumer items with nonferrous metals content from representatives from overseas firms. Ryuturo Fujisawa of Mitsubishi Materials Corp. provided an overview of the role Mitsubishi plays in collecting and processing obsolete appliances in Japan, including refrigerators and freezers, washers and dryers, air conditioning units and televisions.


  20. China: Volkswagen eager to regain customer trustRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | INAUTONEWS

    Volkswagen AG, the second largest automaker in the world, counts on China for a big chunk of sales and profits and is eager to reclaim lost consumer confidence after a botched recall. The German carmaker has been heavily criticized by some car owners in China - the world's largest auto market and the key driver of growth for the powerful company.