Hubei, China Newswire

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  1. Wal-Mart bullish over Sam's ClubRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | China Daily

    Sam's Club membership store in Fuzhou,Fujian province. The membership-only warehouse format already has more than 1.3 million members in China,both individual and business shoppers.

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  2. Focus on trade ties with ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Telegraph

    Calcutta, Dec. 17: A city-based chamber has tied up with Wuhan Municipal Bureau of Commerce to facilitate bilateral trade and investment between the eastern part of India and Wuhan, located in Hubei province of central China. Bharat Chamber of Commerce today signed an MoU with the Wuhan Municipal Bureau to set up business desks at each other's office in Calcutta and Wuhan, respectively.

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  3. China's Dalian Wanda Prepares for the End of UrbanizationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Irrawaddy Newsmagazine

    The billionaire behind shopping mall developer Dalian Wanda says China's era of rapid urbanization will end within a decade, so he is speeding up his company's shift toward tourism and entertainment after a $3.7 billion initial public offering. Wang Jianlin became China's fourth-richest man in part by following the migration of 300 million people into cities.

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  4. Renault-Dongfend, One Year LaterRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Auto Channel

    December 16, 2014: One year after the joint venture agreement with Dongfeng was signed, construction of the Wuhan plant is well under way. To boost sales and prepare for future launches, the joint venture is now managing the sales teams of Renault China.

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  5. Goodman boss has big plans for Chinese warehousesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | South China Morning Post

    Philip Pearce believes strong demand driven by retail sales will help underpin Goodman's expansion plans in mainland China as the company looks for long-term portfolio growth Despite slowing economic growth on the mainland, and oversupply in some areas, Philip Pearce, the managing director of Goodman Group's Greater China division, is optimistic about the mainland's logistics property industry. Pearce, who joined Goodman in 2002, has led the team to expand the company's mainland portfolio at a rapid pace in the past few years.

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  6. Around the nation: 'Illegal' clubs by palaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | South China Morning Post

    A couple died after a grocery store in Hefei caught fire in the early hours of Monday morning, the news website Anhuinews.com reports. A security guard on patrol nearby saw heavy smoke rising from the shop.

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  7. The evolution of the television setRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 4 | CBS News

    Violet Assad watches the Louis-Conn fight on Emerson Radio's new chair-side console television receiver with ten inch screen. It will retail for approximately $250.

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  8. On The Nose: 5 Weird Things Found Stuck Up People's NosesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Medical Daily

    The nose helps us inhale and exhale, allowing us to breathe in air and odors, which comes in handy when food's past its expiration date. Curiously young children are notorious for inserting small objects such as food, small toys , and even beads into their nose as a way to explore their bodies, but adults are also prone to unexpectedly find foreign bodies where they don't belong.

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  9. Footballers Gather in Jeju for Training Ahead of Asian CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Chosun Ilbo

    Korean national footballers are participating in an unusually packed week of training in Jeju ahead of the AFC Asian Cup next month. Manager Uli Stielike called up 28 players for the training, excluding those who are playing in Europe and the Middle East since their seasons are still ongoing.

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  10. BC-CA--Norcal DaybookRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | The Fresno Bee

    Listings do not indicate the AP will cover the events. Please keep the AP in mind when news of regional interest develops in your area.

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  11. KONE to deliver intelligent people flow solutions to high-rise office ...Read the original story

    Sunday Dec 14 | PR-inside.com

    KONE Corporation, press release, December 15, 2014 KONE, a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry, has won an order to supply 51 elevators to the three office buildings of the Changhsa Kineer International Center in Changsha, Hunan province, China. Covering an area of over 3.5 hectares and reaching the height of 220m, the buildings are expected to handle approximately 6000 daily visitors upon completion in 2017.

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  12. Chopsticks lodged in neckRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Fox News

    No one wants their lunch to get cold, but for one young boy in China, rushing to enjoy his meal led to chopsticks being wedged in his neck, reported Central European News . Jun Chia, 12, had run across the road from his school to buy noodles from a food stand and was rushing back to his classroom to eat his snack when he was hit by an electric scooter in the playground.

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  13. Growing the Church in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Catholic.org

    The world's best teas are grown in China, but many of these teas are unknown in the United States. Remote tea farms in exotic locations produce teas that rarely reach the American teacup.

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  14. Running boy gets chopsticks lodged in throatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Fox News

    No one wants their lunch to get cold, but for one young boy in China, rushing to enjoy his meal led to chopsticks being wedged in his neck, reported Central European News . Jun Chia, 12, had run across the road from his school to buy noodles from a food stand and was rushing back to his classroom to eat his snack when he was hit by an electric scooter in the playground.

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  15. Pittsburgh mayor to attend 2015 conference in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Business Journal

    A delegation of government leaders from Wuhan, China, extended an invitation to Peduto to attend an international conference next September and deliver a keynote address on urban transformation. The delegation is meeting Friday afternoon with Chief of Staff Kevin Acklin , Innovation & Performance Chief Debra Lam , Chief of Urban Affairs Valerie McDonald-Roberts, Chinese entrepreneurs and community and education leaders from the Pittsburgh region.

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  16. Running Boy Gets Chopsticks Wedged In His NeckRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Austrian Times

    Hungry Chinese schoolboy Jun Chia survived after his chopsticks got stuck in his throat after an accident at his school in the city of Wuhan in central China's Hubei Province. The youngster, aged 12, had gone over the road from the school to buy a takeaway from a noodle stand and was rushing back to his classroom to eat the snack before it got cold.

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  17. Pictures: Chopsticks speared through schoolboy's throat after he falls over while eating noodlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Mirror.co.uk

    Jun Chia, aged 12, had nipped out of school to buy a takeaway snack and was eating it before it got cold while rushing back to class Jun Chia, aged 12, had nipped out of school to buy a takeaway snack and was rushing back to his classroom eating before it got cold. But the youngster was knocked by a classmate's parent on an electric scooter in the playground, fell over, and the chopsticks lodged into his neck.

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  18. Marco Polo: The Khan and IRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Marco Polo's instructions are clear enough: "Watch and remember what you see," commands the gouty but still formidable Kublai Khan , whose Mongol warrior hordes control most of 13th-century China. As if the handsome Venetian would be likely to forget the treacherous yet seductive swirl of history that engulfs him over 10 hours of exotic, satisfying, though by Netflix standards curiously old-fashioned, epic storytelling.

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  19. Boy in Wuhan, China gets chopsticks stuck in THROATRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Daily Mail

    Female 'drunk driver' mows down Christmas shoppers after losing control and mounting a packed Manhattan sidewalk leaving six people injured and a little girl 'pinned under the vehicle' 'He just makes you feel bad to have normal-sized genitalia': Aaron Sorkin's private emails about Michael Fassbender leaked in Sony hack just a day after another described Angelina Jolie as a 'brat' 'I bet Obama likes Kevin Hart': Sony Pictures chair Amy Pascal and producer Scott Rudin's racist email exchange about the President revealed in latest hacking leak Bush fully authorised torture programme: CIA fights back and says former President knew everything as his VP Cheney blasts Senate report as 'full of cr**' Teen fighting for her life after severe allergic reaction to antibiotics for a sore throat which left her 'burning from the inside out' Gay churchgoer claims he was kidnapped and beaten by five ... (more)

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  20. Reform of central SOEs to speed upRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | China Daily

    Workers at a construction site in Yichang, Hubei province. To build a balanced economic development structure, the central government is encouraging more private companies to take on infrastructure projects.

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