Fake moon: Could China really light up the night sky?

A Chinese company has announced ambitious plans to put a “fake moon” into space to brighten the night sky. According to the People’s Daily state newspaper, officials at a private aerospace institute in Chengdu want to launch this “illumination satellite” in orbit by 2020, and say it will be bright enough to replace street lights. […]

What’s in China’s Military Exercise with Malaysia and Thailand?

This week, China’s defense ministry confirmed that Beijing was set to hold military drills with Malaysia and Thailand. The development spotlights China’s efforts to boost security ties with the two Southeast Asian states as part of their wider relationships even amid lingering concerns about aspects of Beijing’s behavior in the region. Read the full story […]

Designer Jimmy Choo: 1st CIIE “definitely a huge event”

Jimmy Choo and godson Reggie Hung are set to make a big splash at the 1st China International Import Expo that will take place in shanghai between 5-10 November 2018. Watch the video at http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-10/15/c_137533089.htm SOURCE: Xinhuanet (3)

China working hard to ensure ‘six stabilities’

Amid complicated international landscape and new changes in China’s domestic economy, experts around the world believe that the Chinese government has sufficient policy tools to tap its inherent dynamism so as to secure robust and resilient economic growth. Read the full story at https://www.shine.cn/biz/economy/1810153434/ SOURCE: SHINE (1)

Luxe brands, take heart – China is shopping again

Strong earnings from Louis Vuitton parent LVMH are raising hopes for the luxury goods sector, especially as they suggest Chinese shoppers are once again spending on high-end goods. SOURCE: Reuters (3)

Robots, humans and ‘efficient cooperation’

Factories completely operated by robots may be the popular vision for the future of manufacturing, but the human factor cannot be ignored, according to Xiao Weirong, head of B&R China, an arm of the Austrian-based company committed to industrial automation. Read the full story at https://www.shine.cn/biz/economy/1810103209/ SOURCE: SHINE (0)

Planting of oil-tea camellia raises villagers’ income in China’s Guizhou

A villager shows the fresh fruits of oil-tea camellia in Yuping Dong Autonomous County, southwest China’s Guizhou Province. About 13,800 hectares of oil-tea camellia have been planted and the income of villagers has risen since then. Camellia oil, also known as tea seed oil is the actual green tea oil. It comes from the seeds […]

China’s Tencent enters Philippine market

Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings Ltd. and global investment firm KKR agreed on Thursday to acquire “substantial” minority stakes in Philippine technology firm Voyager Innovations that could be worth up to 175 million US dollars. Read the full story at http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-10/04/c_137511712.htm SOURCE:Xinhuanet (2)

Drop in sales of new homes

Shanghai’s new housing market showed a double-digit retreat in sales amid a lack of interest among buyers and developers, latest industry data showed. Read the full story at https://www.shine.cn/biz/property/181001302 SOURCE: SHINE (0)

Bytedance: the world’s most valuable startup

Bytedance, a news aggregation app that does not employ editors or reporters, became a Goliath through a series of smart acquisitions. Zhang Yiming’s company, Bytedance Ltd, is on its way to a more than $75 billion valuation, a price tag that surpasses Uber Technologies Inc to top the world. Read more at: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/65997577.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst   SOURCE: […]


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