Revival of porcelain capital

For centuries, the most coveted porcelain from China came out of Jingdezhen’s workshops, fashioned from clay made smooth by trained hands, fired in kilns and then transported across the globe. The works, notably the blue-and-white vases and jade-green celadon bowls, graced the courts of the British, Persians and French. This was one of China’s first […]

China reins in exploding solar generated electricity industry

Panda shaped solar energy farm in china – courtesy Clean Technica By Charles F. Moreira, Editor Solar generated electricity, using photovoltaic (PV) cells, is an essential part of China’s low-carbon strategy and fulfilment of her commitment to reduce emissions and increase the proportion of non-fossil fuel energy to 15% of all primary energy used by […]

Battery swapping stations for electric vehicles

Electric vehicles have to go through a charging cycle otherwise it may run out of juice in the middle of the road. One of the drawbacks of owning electric vehicles is this downtime while its being recharged. Beijing Electric Vehicle (BJEV) has an electric vehicle model that charges the car by swapping out the old […]

Government mulls revised regulation for FTZ

Wu Zuqiang, a member of the finance and economy committee of Shanghai People’s Congress, said legislators have carried out studies on the issue of regulation over the past year and heard opinions from entrepreneurs, scholars and government institutions.”We were advised that the revised regulation should reflect the central government’s strategy to deepen the reform and […]

China’s labor market sees easing pressure despite growing talent mismatch

A study conducted by recruitment firm Hays,in conjunction with Oxford Economics, examined professional employment situations across 33 countries and markets, and measured the ability of companies to access skilled workers. For China, the overall index score has decreased to 3.8 from 5.0 in 2013, indicating that the labor market has been less pressured than historical […]

Three Gorges power plant lays claim to biggest hydropower title

The Three Gorges power plant, the world’s largest hydropower project, has generated a total of 100 billion kilowatt-hours (kwh) of electricity in 2018. The Hoover Dam, in the US, generates, on average, about 4 billion kilowatt-hours of hydroelectric power each year for use in Nevada, Arizona, and California – enough to serve 1.3 million people. […]

Finland-China train shortens transport time, boosts trade

The rail link between China and Finland reduces transport times to two weeks. Businesses no longer have to wait 45 days for goods to arrive from China and vice versa. Watch the video at http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-12/22/c_137691884.htm SOURCE: Xinhuanet (5)

China’s bid to break free from oil

Image: China electric cars – Courtesy of www.fleetcarma.com By Charles F. Moreira, Editor Faced with a threat to her national sovereignty from the energy geopolitics by the big powers, especially the United States and the United Kingdom, China is pushing her development of New Energy Vehicles as part of her “Made in China 2025” technology project, […]

Support for private businesses will lift economic growth

China will unveil more support measures for the country’s private businesses as well as small and medium-sized enterprises, said its State Council. Increasing support for the development of private businesses and SMEs helps strengthen the internal impetus for economic development, boosts entrepreneurship and innovation, and expands employment, it was stated in the meeting, which was […]

Shared wheels deflate due to cash flow problems

Chinese car-sharing companies, which allow consumers to rent vehicles for a short period, are facing cash-flow pressure as income trails the high cost of fleet operation and maintenance. Among them, Beijing-based Togo is facing a crisis amid consumer complaints about the company’s failure to return individual deposits of 1,500 yuan (US$218). Read the full story […]


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