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  1. Zuckerberg speaks Chinese, Beijing students cheerRead the original story

    12 min ago | KHGI

    China may ban Facebook, but not its co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who delighted an audience of students in Beijing with a 30-minute chat in his recently learned Mandarin Chinese. There was no explicit discussion of China's ban on the social media site, which has been in place since 2009, though an indirect reference to it drew laughter during the question-and-answer session Wednesday at the prestigious Tsinghua University.

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  2. Zuckerberg Speaks Chinese, Beijing Students CheerRead the original story w/Photo

    57 min ago | ABC News

    In this Oct. 22, 2014 photo released by Tsinghua University, Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg speaks during a dialogue with students as a newly-appointed member to the advisory board for Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management in... View Full Caption In this Oct. 22, 2014 photo released by Tsinghua University, Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg speaks during a dialogue with students as a newly-appointed member to the advisory board for Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management in Beijing, China. China may ban Facebook, but not its co-founder Zuckerberg, and he entertained an audience of students with a 30-minute chat in his recently learned Mandarin Chinese at the prestigious Beijing university.

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  3. Almanac for Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | UPI

    ... by a 7.2-magnitude earthquake that killed more than 600 people and injured about 4,100. In 2012, a father in Hangzhou, China, was sentenced to five years in prison for selling his 27-day-old baby for $10,300 to pay off debts. In 2013, two days after ...

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  4. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Holds Q&A Session in ChineseRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal

    Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg impressed a Chinese audience at Tsinghua University in Beijing on Wednesday by delivering a speech and a Q&A session entirely in Chinese. Though he frequently paused when speaking and made some grammatical mistakes, Mr. Zuckerberg won praises across China for speaking entirely in Chinese during the session, which he was attending after being named to Tsinghua's School of Economics and Management's advisory board.

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  5. Alibaba looking to expand Hollywood content offering: BloombergRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Reuters

    Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is looking to expand its entertainment content offering on its Internet television set-top boxes through deals with studios in the United States, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Alibaba Group executives are meeting with content providers, such as Walt Disney Co, Viacom Inc's Paramount Pictures, Time Warner Inc's Warner Bros, Sony Corp and Comcast Corp's Universal.

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  6. General aviation poised to grow in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | China Daily

    Pedestrians stop to admire the new China-US Aviation Biofuel Pilot Project, a joint venture facility in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, which will clean contaminants from "gutter oil" and convert it into sustainable aviation biofuel. The Boeing Co and the Commercial Aircraft Corp of China announced the opening of the project on Tuesday.

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  7. Art exhibition "Dancing Water Drops" kicks off in HangzhouRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    Art exhibition "Dancing Water Drops" kicked off at West Lake of east China's Hangzhou city, Zhejiang province on Oct 18, 2014. With five water-drop like inflator models, this exhibition aims at promoting the ideas and notion of water conservation. (Source: Chinanews.com)

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  8. Boeing and Chinese firm to turn 'gutter oil' into jet fuelRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | The Standard

    US aircraft maker Boeing has set up a facility with a Chinese firm to transform waste cooking oil -- the source of repeated food safety scandals -- into jet fuel, it said Wednesday. Boeing and the Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China have set up a plant in the eastern city of Hangzhou to convert "gutter oil'', a Chinese term for used cooking oil, according to a statement.

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  9. Boeing and China company transform waste cooking oil into jet fuelRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    Boeing, the newest big-league player in South Carolina, said today they have opened a demonstration facility in Hangzhou, China, that transforms waste cooking oil into sustainable aviation biofuel. The waste cooking oil is referred to in the industry as "gutter oil."

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  10. US, China turn used cooking oil into fuelRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Deutsche Welle

    ... of the technology involved is huge, not least in environmental terms. Boeing's new demonstration facility in Hangzhou, China, was to asses the technical feasibility and costs of turning used cooking oil into sustainable jet fuel, the US company said ...

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  11. Boeing and Chinese partner to make jet fuel from 'gutter oil'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Reuters

    Aircraft makers Boeing and Commercial Aircraft Corp of China have launched a joint pilot project to turn used cooking oil into jet fuel. Their plant, based in the southeastern Chinese city of Hangzhou, will be able to convert just under 240,000 liters a year of used cooking oil into fuel, Boeing said in a statement.

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  12. Chinese President Xi Jinping: 'No More Weird Architecture'Read the original story

    Tuesday | Silicon Alley Insider

    Chinese president Xi Jinping is fed up with his country's fascination with what he calls "weird architecture," the state-run Xinhua news agency reported . Speaking at a literary symposium in Beijing last week, Xi's two-hour speech took shot at Chinese architects and artists who have designed avant-garde style buildings.

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  13. Saying Open Sesame to capital market reformsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Nation

    Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma speaks after accepting the Asian Game Changer of the Year award at a ceremony hosted by the Asia Society at the United Nations in New York last week. The historic $25-billion listing of Alibaba should inspire magic words for a further opening of China's financial markets Just eight minutes after Chinese e-commerce firm Alibaba made history with a blockbuster initial public offering , equity markets in the United States seemingly hit their peak, and have been trending downward ever since.

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  14. Alibaba digs 'deep' in mobile search deal, calling it critical pieceRead the original story

    Tuesday | China Daily

    Alibaba believes search is crucial to its mobile strategy, which is why the Chinese e-commerce giant picked application-search company Quixey to power that function on its mobile operating system. "Search is a critical piece of the whole mobile strategy that we've been putting together," said Wang Jian, chief technology officer of Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd. "It's what we had in mind when we invested.

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  15. Alibaba and a missing tale of market reformsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Japan Times

    ... As for the Alibaba CEO and founder, his days struggling to raise funds for a business launched out of his Hangzhou, China, home are long past. His challenge now is not access to capital, but to live up to the rhetoric and promise described so well ...

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  16. As China gets tougher on fuel economy, some carmakers may be left behindRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Reuters

    Chinese automakers from state-owned FAW Co to Zhejiang Geely are racing to sell more eco-friendly cars as they try to meet tough fuel economy rules due next year as part of Beijing's battle against pollution. But many of China's smaller indigenous automakers will struggle to make the costly upgrades needed to meet the new rules, which aim to push more efficient energy use and which are expected to be toughened every year through 2020. 1 comment

  17. Giant water drops call for water conservation at West LakeRead the original story

    Monday | People's Daily Online

    A one-week "Dancing Water Drops 2014" Art Exhibition kicks off in West Lake of Hangzhou, southeast China's Zhejiang Province, Oct. 18, 2014. The whole group of works consists of five water drop models 12 to 20 meter in height floating on the lake and hundreds of small "water drops" placed on the park lawn, meaning "look at the world through water drops", to advocate the ecological concept of "protect water, love water, and cherish every drop of water".

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  18. Hangzhou offers 72-hour visa-free staysRead the original story

    Monday | China Daily

    East China's Hangzhou City began to offer 72-hour visa-free entry for international transit passengers on Monday, a move to boost tourism and business. The policy covers travelers from 51 countries, including the United States, Russia, Britain, France and Japan.

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  19. Human Co-Infection with Avian and Seasonal Influenza Viruses, ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    To the Editor: In April 2013, a case of co-infection with avian-origin influenza A virus and seasonal influenza A virus was reported in Jiangsu Province, China . This case raised concern over the possible occurrence of new reassortants with enhanced transmissibility among humans.

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  20. Vobile Continues Aggressive Growth Path with Opening of New Santa...Read the original story

    Monday Oct 20 | Freshnews

    Vobile , the worldwide leading provider of video and audio content identification, analytics and management services, announced today the opening of a new 10,000-square-foot headquarters in Santa Clara in order to accommodate the firm's growth. The company also expanded its presence in Asia, moving to a new office in Tokyo, Japan, and doubling its existing office space in Hangzhou, China.

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