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BEIJING: Chinese and Kyrgyzstan border forces held exercises on Tuesday in China’s Xinjiang region to bolster defences against the smuggling of weapons, China’s state media reported. China has stepped up security in Xinjiang in its far west amid fears of attacks by militants from the mostly Muslim Uighur ethnic minority. A car bomber attacked the Chinese embassy in the Kyrgyz capital of Bishkek last year. Helicopters, armoured jeeps and 700 border police officers from the neighbours took part in the exercise in Xinjiang’s Kirgiz Prefecture, China’s official Xinhua news agency reported. The drills were observed by officials from all countries in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization,Read More →

Takata, the troubled Japanese drivers’ air bag supplier, is being bought out of bankruptcy by KSS, a US-based firm owned by China’s Ningbo Joyson Electronic Corp. Key Safety Systems (KSS), the American car-components manufacturer, has reach preliminary agreement to take over Takata’s assets and business for no higher than US$1.59 billion, according to a filing by Joyson to the Shanghai Stock Exchange on Monday. Faults in Takata’s airbags prompted one of the industry’s biggest ever safety recalls, and have been linked to at least 17 deaths around the world, with the company pledg replace tens of millions of defective air-bag inflators used by 19 carRead More →

Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) said on Friday its checks of loans to companies that made overseas acquisitions is routine, following reports that the regulator had ordered lenders to assess credit extended to a handful of highly acquisitive firms. Share this content BEIJING: Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) said on Friday its checks of loans to companies that made overseas acquisitions is routine, following reports that the regulator had ordered lenders to assess credit extended to a handful of highly acquisitive firms. In a statement, ICBC also said it was not “dumping” bonds issued by companies whose loans it was assessing,Read More →

🏠Cozy Clean room pretty close jiaotong university ¥3,400 00000 Metro:🚇15 mins walk to line 9/11 jiaotong university,7 mins walk to line 3/4 west Yan an rd Address:No 710 dingxi rd Price: 💰3400 One and half month deposit with monthly payment Wechat/phone:13564946260Read More →

JAYWALKERS in China risk having their photographs and personal information made public to shame them for breaking the law. Traffic management authorities in several Chinese cities have installed facial recognition equipment and screens at major intersections to tackle the problem. Just last month in Jinan, capital of east China’s Shandong Province, cameras captured more than 6,000 cases involving pedestrians and cyclists crossing roads against red lights. The facial recognition equipment takes several snapshots and a 15-second video when it detects pedestrians crossing intersections on a red light. The images immediately appear on the screen so the offenders can see they have been caught. The photographsRead More →

CHINA is developing a third prototype exascale computing machine — also known as a super supercomputer — and plans to launch it by June next year. The Sunway exascale computer prototype is being developed by the National Research Center of Parallel Computer Engineering and Technology and the National Supercomputing Center in Jinan, the capital of east China’s Shandong Province. The NRCPC was behind the Sunway TaihuLight, the world’s fastest computer at the 2016 and 2017 International Supercomputing Conferences in Frankfurt, Germany. An exascale computer is able to execute a quintillion calculations per second, around eight times faster than the Sunway TaihuLight. The increase in speedRead More →

China could be about to call time on its showpiece Formula One grand prix after FIA on Tuesday released the schedule for next season with the Shanghai race marked as provisional, having yet to secure a commercial rights deal with the F1 group. The provisional calendar lists 21 races for next season with the French Grand Prix returning to the fold for the first time in 10 years, but China and Singapore are yet to be rubber-stamped. A spokesman for race organiser Shanghai International Circuit would only confirm negotiations with Formula One were ongoing, but said there was unlikely to be a decision made untilRead More →

Hotel Internship wanted in Hangzhou(free accommodation and meal ) Job descriptions Job type: internship Working place: Xiaoshan district, Hangzhou city Working time: 40 hours per week over 5 working days with2 days off a week Subsides: 4000 – 6000 RMB per month Provided free working meals and accommodations   Position 1 : Guest relations Responsibilities 1.Work in guest relations department, 2.Provide efficient and high quality service to guests,  ensure the safety of guest’s belongings. Position 2: Executive housekeeper Responsible for VIP guests reception, Position 3: Restaurant service Responsible for customer service work, lead the guests to the table , help guests order dishes and soRead More →

Part 1  – Chinese phrases: Everyday basics Let’s start with a few basic Chinese phrases you can use in everyday conversations to make sure you communicate efficiently. #1 不好意思,我听不懂。-  Sorry I don’t understand. Got yourself in a situation where someone’s talking to you but you’re not actually understanding what they’re saying? First off, kudos! Going to speak to locals in Chinese is the best way to get comfortable speaking in Chinese. But how do you let the other know you’re not quite getting their gist? Instead of shaking your head no, you can say: 不好意思,我听不懂. Bù hǎo yì si, wǒ tīng bù dǒng. Sorry I don’tRead More →

Customs officials in Shanghai have arrested a woman attempting to smuggle two suitcases into China that were almost entirely made of cocaine. Airport authorities X-rayed the luggage of a woman flying from an unnamed South American country. The scan showed her luggage was darker in colour than normal, and also that it was unusually heavy even when it was empty. Testing revealed the luggage was made of more than 10kg (22lb) of cocaine. The incident took place in February but has only now been reported by the police. Drug traffickers have long been dreaming up ways to transport cocaine – making an entire leg castRead More →