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  1. Solar Plane 6 Day Nonstop Flight is PostponedRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | I4U Future Technology News

    The Solar Impulse 2 Solar Plane is set for a nonstop flight from China to Hawaii. It will be a 6 day nonstop flight.


  2. Solar Impulse close to record attemptRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Swissinfo

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  3. TETRA Radio System Used in Chinese Nuclear Power Plant for First TimeRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    Motorola Solutions' TETRA radio system has been rigorously tested for its durability during the Tianwan Nuclear Power Plant's anti-seismic tests. The customer becomes China's first nuclear power plant to use a TETRA communications system able to withstand a magnitude 8 earthquake.


  4. Cities around Beijing still report undesirable air qualityRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    Cities surrounding Beijing reported fewer polluted days, but the average air quality still lagged behind other regions in April, the Ministry of Environmental Protection said on Monday. Out of the 74 cities under its watch, seven of the ten Chinese cities reporting the worst air quality last month were in Hebei Province, which neighbors Beijing, the ministry said.


  5. E-commerce giant JD.com in refurbished Apple product scandalRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | China Daily

    A man walks past an adevertisement for JD.com in Nanjing, capital of East China's Jiangsu province on June 12, 2013. [Zhen Huai / Asianewsphoto] China's second-largest e-commerce player JD.com has been accused of selling refurbished iPhone product on its website, according to CCTV's Weekly Quality Report.


  6. Samsung SDI Inks MOU with China's Wuxi City for Polarizer PlantRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Business Wire

    Ltd. , a global leader in energy solutions and electronic materials, has signed a new contract to build up a polarizer film plant in China, a move aimed at increasing its share in the crucial Chinese market. Samsung SDI CEO Namseong Cho and Party Secretary Li Xiaomin signed a memorandum of understanding on the construction of a polarizer film production line at Pullman Hotel in the city of Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, on May 25. Polarizing films, attached to LCD panels, control brightness, contrast and other optical features by either blocking or letting pass light coming from the Back Light Unit.


  7. Solar Impulse set for go on record-breaking attemptRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Swissinfo

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  8. 5 Days, 5,000 Miles, Fueled Only by the Sun: Solar Impulse Readies for Pacific CrossingRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Time

    On Tuesday morning local time, a Swiss man named Andr Borschberg will take off from an airport in Nanjing, China, and fly for roughly 120 hours straight. He will travel east and south across the vast Pacific, spending days and nights over deep, dark sea as he hurtles toward Hawaii in an airplane powered by the sun.


  9. Chilean lawyer fluent in Chinese cultureRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | China Daily

    Ignacio Tornero, a lawyer in Santiago, wears a pin of China and Chile national fl ags to welcome Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's upcoming visit to Chile. [MAY ZHOU / CHINA DAILY] You have no idea how much a Chilean young man knows about China until he starts talking fluently in Mandarin.


  10. China's aviation authority to produce blacklist of passengers behaving badly on flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Unruly scenes on an AirAsia flight from Bangkok to Nanjing in December. The flight had to turn back because of the behaviour of a group of Chinese passengers.


  11. Nuplex projects 64% gain in Asia sales by 2018 as capacity expansion bears fruitRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | NBR Newsroom

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  12. The China Bubble That Wasn'tRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Forbes.com

    I've written about Brazil pre-Lula and post-Lula and spent the last five years covering all aspects of the country for Dow Jones, Wall Street Journal and Barron's. Meanwhile, for an undetermined amount of time, and with a little help from my friends, I will be parachuting primarily into Brazil, Russia, India and China.


  13. Technological innovationRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | China Daily

    The Shanghai-Nantong Yangtze Bridge under construction on the Nantong side of the river in Jiangsu province. Fixed-asset investment growth further slowed to 13.9 percent in the first two months of this year.


  14. Nuplex strong enough to fund organic growthRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Scoop

    Nuplex Industries, which makes resins used in industrial coatings and paint, has enough cash to fund development plans across Asia, which it sees as underpinning organic growth, says chief executive Emery Severin. The manufacturer's executive team updated investors on its growth aspirations, which project a 64 percent gain in sales across Asia by 2018, and double-digit earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation in 2016 through to 2018 from Asian operations.


  15. Island visit keeps up momentum for mainland China's ties with TaiwanRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Zhang Zhijun , director of the Taiwan Affairs Office, visits a store on Sunday on Quemoy specialising in knives made from the remains of artillery shells fired from the mainland. Photo: Kyodo Zhang Zhijun, head of the mainland State Council's Taiwan Affairs Office, wrapped up his two-day trip to Quemoy by visiting local establishments and meeting local leaders on Sunday.


  16. Jiangsu Huachang Chemical Co., Ltd. (002274) - Financial and...Read the original story

    Yesterday | PR-inside.com

    ... China, Southeast Asia, South Korea, and other countries. Jiangsu Huachang is headquartered in Zhangjiagang, Jiangsu, China. Full Report Details at - .. This comprehensive SWOT profile ...


  17. Week In Review: Fosun, WuXi PharmaTech Acquire San Diego's AmbrxRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seeking Alpha

    Ambrx, a clinical-stage San Diego antibody-conjugate biotech company, will be acquired by a consortium of China companies, including Fosun Pharma and WuXi PharmaTech , plus China equity investors HOPU and Everbright. The price was not disclosed.


  18. Plum Blossoms in NanjingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Star Tribune

    When everything has faded they alone shine forth encroaching on the charms of smaller gardens their scattered shadows fall lightly on clear water their subtle scent pervades the moonlit dusk snowbirds look again before they land butterflies would faint if they but knew thankfully I can flirt in whispered verse I don't need a sounding board or wine cup - Ln B miy", the plum rains. The fruit is used to make sour plum juice, ...... su n mi t ng, and of course ......' miji", plum wine.


  19. FTC Requests Public Comment on Panasonic's Application to Approve...Read the original story

    Friday | Holtville Tribune

    The Federal Trade Commission is currently accepting public comments on an application by Panasonic Corporation for approval to sell to FDK Corporation assets from Panasonic's facility in Suzhou, China that are used to manufacture sub-C portable nickel metal hydride batteries. The FTC's November 2009 order, settling charges that Panasonic's $9 billion acquisition of Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. was anticompetitive, required Panasonic to divest a battery production plant to FDK, and requires that Panasonic obtain the prior approval of the Commission for a sale of its Suzhou NiMH assets to FDK.


  20. Political enemy given funeral - 50 years laterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Star Online

    BEIJING: A funeral has finally been held for one of the Chinese Communist party's early high-profile political targets nearly 50 years after he disappeared, but state-run media said it was not a moment to re-evaluate the past. Chu Anping, a former editor of a Communist newspaper, was the first victim of Mao Zedong's Anti-Rightist Movement in 1957, and was again persecuted at the start of the Cultural Revolution in 1966, disappearing soon afterwards.