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  1. Shanghai International District and Our Tradition for Young Single...Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Mormanity

    For those who work with Young Single Adults , I thought I'd share some of the experiences we've had in the Shanghai International District. Some things that worked for us might be helpful to others in the future, especially in places with scattered single adults over a large geographical area.

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  2. Freeing up ports of callRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | China Daily

    Since March 18, passengers aboard 11 designated cruise liners can access Japanese ports of call without the documentation Chinese otherwise need to visit the island nation. The move comes after Japan relaxed the validity of multi-entry tourist visas for Chinese from three to five years on Jan 19. "It's a shot in the arm for the domestic cruise market," says Yang Lei, CEO of online travel giant Ctrip's cruise business department.

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  3. Vehicles are top polluter in BeijingRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | China Daily

    Motor vehicles are also the primary source of pollution in Guangzhou, Hangzhou and Shenzhen, Wu said at an environment conference, citing an analysis of pollution sources in nine major Chinese cities. China had 264 million motor vehicles on roads as of the end of last year, including 154 million automobiles, next only to the United States.

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  4. Chongqing leads decline in new home prices in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Beijing bucked the declining trend in the index with prices of new homes posting an increase last month. Photo: Reuters China's housing market entered the year on a weak note, with sales falling by almost a third last month in 10 key cities monitored by the SCMP-Creda index and prices of new homes dropping the most in more than a year in Shanghai and Chongqing.

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  5. Shenzhen's sustainable skyscraper in China to feature KONE's people flow solutionsRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    KONE Corporation, press release, April 1, 2015 KONE, a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry, will deliver 28 eco-efficient elevators to Shenzhen International Energy Mansion, the new headquarters of Shenzhen Energy Group, the largest state-owned enterprise in Shenzhen. KONE was chosen as key equipment supplier for its ability to meet the requirements of the design specifications and its high-level focus on eco- efficiency.

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  6. KONE to equip Lanzhou's new landmark building in Gansu Province, ChinaRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    KONE Corporation, press release, April 1, 2015 KONE, a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry, has won an order to equip Lanzhou International Commercial Trade Center in Gansu province, Northwest China with 62 elevators. The multi-use building will bring 85,000 square meters of office and commercial space and a Hilton hotel to the city's central commercial district.

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  7. Are today's equities overvalued?Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | China Daily

    Chinese investors look at prices of shares at a stock brokerage house in Hangzhou city, East China's Zhejiang province, March 30, 2015. [Photo / IC] The stock market's recent performance is often attributed to the unconventional monetary policies that many central banks have been pursuing.

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  8. China's car graveyard: Stunning aerial pictures show the hundreds...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    China's car graveyard: Stunning aerial pictures show the hundreds of thousands of vehicles thrown on the scrap heap as government aggressively aims to cut back emissions Millions of cars, motorbikes and lorries are being left on the scrap heap in China every year in a bid by the government to cut pollution levels. In one scrap yard in the city of Hangzhou, an incredible 100,000 vehicles have piled up after being taken off the road because they did not meet the national emissions standard.

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  9. Jack Ma discusses small business empowerment with ModiRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fibre2Fashion

    Jack Ma, founder and executive chairman of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi, during his second visit to India in just about four months. In his meeting, Ma discussed with Modi how Alibaba can help small businesses in India, the Hangzhou-based company said.

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  10. Calcium channels play a role in neuronal homeostasis and elimination of toxic buildup of proteinsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Medical News Today

    ... Dr. Chao Tong, at the Life Sciences Institute and Innovation Center for Cell Biology, Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China, find that mutations of human homologs (genes that carry out similar functions) of cacophony and its partner straightjacket ...

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  11. Toshiba to Supply Four Power Generators and Equipment for Hydroelectric Plant in MyanmarRead the original story

    Yesterday | PressReleasePoint

    Toshiba Corporation today announced that Toshiba Hydro Power Co., Ltd. , a Chinese subsidiary that manufactures, sells and maintains hydroelectric equipment, has won a major order to supply four units of 77-megawatt hydro turbine and generator for Myanmar Electric Power Enterprise's Upper Yeywa hydropower plant. The contract, for the 308MW Upper Yeywa Hydropower Plant that Myanmar Electric Power Enterprise will construct northeast of Mandalay, recognizes Toshiba's high level technical capabilities and more than 120 years of experience in hydroelectric power generation.

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  12. Jack Ma meets Modi; Alibaba to help small businesses in IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | DNA India

    One of Alibaba's key strategies over the next three years is to globalise so that the firm can help more small businesses around the globe. Looking to expand its presence in India, Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba's Chairman Jack Ma met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as he came on a visit to India for the second time in just about four months.

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  13. The Leaning Tower moves to ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Rediff.com

    A Chinese worker walks past a replica of the leaning Tower of Pisa in Shanghai. In September 2004 the financial hub of Shanghai in eastern China hosted a 'Roman Holiday' carnival featuring Italian culture, architecture, fashion and food.

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  14. Volvo to build first US assembly plantRead the original story

    Monday | China Daily

    Volvo announced on Monday that will invest up to $500 million in its first assembly plant in the United States, where the company plans to double sales. Volvo, based in Gothenburg, Sweden, is owned by the Chinese company Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co, in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province.

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  15. Agriculture Reform Plan ApprovedRead the original story

    Monday | The Nation

    The government yesterday approved a five-year strategic plan to reform the agriculture sector, with a total budget of Bt35 billion to be spent from fiscal 2015 to 2019. Chaired by Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha, the Council of Economic Ministers agreed with the plan that comprises 10 projects, including reforms in rice production structure, livestock production, fisheries production, oil palm production and marketing structure.

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  16. China's Alibaba amps up its online entertainment push with BMG dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Internet Retailer

    ... the Rolling Stones, which will be streamed via Alibaba's Xiami and TTPod apps, the companies said Monday. Hangzhou, China-based Alibaba will also monitor and act against digital and mobile services infringing the rights of BMG artists. "This is a ...

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  17. 29-year-old Zhang Lianglun Tailors Online Mall Beibei For China's Young MothersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Forbes.com

    China's relaxation of its one child policy after almost three decades, allowing two children if either parent is an only child, is painting a rosy picture for its mother and baby market drawing in crowding new players. Beibei, a discount mall for such products under e-commerce company Husor, has been on the fast track and become the largest one in China nine months after it went online.

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  18. Jack Ma meets PM Narendra Modi; Alibaba to help small businesses in IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 29 | Express India

    Looking to expand its presence in India, Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba's Chairman Jack Ma today met Prime Minister Narendra Modi Looking to expand its presence in India, Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba's Chairman Jack Ma today met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as he came on a visit to India for the second time in just about four months. In his meeting with Modi here today, Ma discussed how Alibaba can help empower small businesses in India, the ecommerce major said without elaborating further.

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  19. China's knock-off wondersRead the original story

    Friday Mar 27 | CBS News

    A Chinese worker walks past a replica of the leaning Tower of Pisa in Shanghai September 8, 2004. The financial hub of Shanghai in eastern China will host a "Roman Holiday" carnival featuring Italian culture, architecture, fashion and food from September 10 to October 24. Visitors to Beijing's World Park walk across a replica of the Sydney Harbour Bridge situated next a replica of the Sydney Opera House in Beijing July 16, 2008.

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  20. Chinese stocks surge to 7-year highRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | China Daily

    Chinese investors look at prices of shares at a stock brokerage house in Hangzhou city, East China's Zhejiang province, March 30, 2015. [Photo / IC] Chinese stocks jumped to a seven-year high on Monday amid speculation of further monetary easing and the lifting of property curbs.

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