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Old February 17th, 2012, 07:54 PM   #1
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Elevated railway to run through ancient Chinese capital


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XI'AN, Feb. 17 (Xinhua) -- Visitors to Xi'an, an ancient city with numerous historical sites in northwestern China, will soon be able to appreciate the city's heritage as they travel by train six to 10 meters above ground.

Construction of the 9.3-km rail is expected to be completed by April, local authorities said.

The trains on the railway line will pass several of the northwestern city's most famous scenic spots, including the Grand Wild Goose Pagoda, which is a 1,360-year-old Buddhist pagoda, the Tang Paradise, a large royal-garden-like theme park, as well as a lake park and a Tang city wall relics park.

Construction of the 11-stop railway line started in April last year.

Xi'an, one of the oldest cities in China and capital of Shaanxi province, is home to the world-famous Terracotta Army. In ancient times it was called Chang'an, and was the eastern terminal of the Silk Route.

The city opened its first metro line in September 2011 and plans to complete six more lines by 2018 -- part of its ambitious plan to build itself into a metropolis in the country's relatively undeveloped western region.
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Ancient Silk Road continues to wait for World Heritage status

BEIJING, July 21, 2011 (Xinhua) -- A timetable for the submittal of an application to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) for adding historical sites along China's 2,000-year-old Silk Road to the organization's World Heritage List has been postponed numerous times, with the project having been in the works for over five years.

"Our plan to submit the final application in 2012 has fallen through, as several obstacles have caused our work to progress slowly," said Tang Wei, director of the Division for World Heritage of China's State Administration of Cultural Heritage.

The newest timetable, created during the second meeting of the Silk Road joint application project's coordination committee in Turkmenistan, states that the application should be submitted on Feb. 1, 2013.

However, Chinese officials are not optimistic about the new schedule.

"Every meeting concludes with the creation of a new schedule, but none of them have been fulfilled," said Tang.

China and several central Asian countries, including Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, launched an effort to have the road listed back in 2006.

The six countries signed an agreement in Paris in October 2007 that determined the application plan and process. It also stated that historical sites along the Silk Road in China and central Asia would be first in line to apply for the World Heritage List.

"However, the central Asian countries lack expertise, funds and knowledge of cultural heritage protection and management. We still have a long way to go in meeting the list's international requirements," said Tang.

Jing Feng, chief of the Asia and Pacific section of the UNESCO World Heritage Center, said that such a large-scale multinational joint application is unprecedented.

"The joint world heritage application for the Silk Road provides a good opportunity for international and regional cooperation. However, the difficulties the project is facing are not small," said Jing.

"The Silk Road project involves a wide range of countries, and the situations in different countries are very complicated," Jing said.

"The UNESCO World Heritage Center can only help promote the application. The actual application work has to be accomplished by the applying countries, depending on inter-governmental coordination," said Jing.

Jing added that several of the central Asian countries involved have unstable political situations. These are all obstacles delaying the application process, he said.

Starting from the ancient city of Chang'an, now known as Xian, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, the ancient Silk Road extends to the Mediterranean region in the west and the Indian subcontinent in the south. The total length of the Silk Road is over 10,000 km, with 4,000 km located within China.

As the longest and most culturally influential trade route in the world, the Silk Road played an important role in bridging the East and West and creating opportunities for prosperity and wealth for the denizens of both regions.

China has added 48 historical sites along the Silk Road, located in the provinces and autonomous regions of Henan, Shaanxi, Gansu, Qinghai, Ningxia and Xinjiang, to the application waiting list. The six provinces and autonomous regions have compiled application documents and implemented a series of cultural heritage and environmental protection projects at the selected sites.

China's central government spends 80 million yuan (about 12.38 million U.S. dollars) every year to protect heritage sites along the Silk Road in its western Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The government of Xian has invested 12.2 billion yuan toward a protection project for the Daming Palace, which is also on the application list.

Enthusiasm for the application has been spreading. The nations of Japan, the Republic of Korea, India, Nepal, Afghanistan and Iran have also joined the project. However, this has also complicated the application process, as Japan, Iran and India have been aiming to take a leading role in the process.

"Although the number of countries participating in the project has increased to 12, we have always believed that China and the five central Asian countries are the core members," Jing said.

"What I worry about is that if the joint application for China and the central Asian countries continues to be postponed, other countries might apply ahead of us," said Tang.
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GE opens innovation center in NW China
Updated: 2012-07-19 09:22
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XI'AN -- General Electric Co opened on Wednesday a China Innovation Center in Xi'an, capital of northwestern Shaanxi province, to serve as a regional innovation hub, the company said in a statement.

The innovation center, CIC Xi'an, is designed to provide an open platform for GE to jointly create products and solutions with its regional customers in lighting, aviation and energy sectors, according to the statement.

"The customer innovation centers we have built in China's hinterland are in line with the country's ongoing shift in growth pattern," said Mark Hutchinson, president and CEO of GE Greater China.

"These facilities...will play an instrumental role in building out much-needed local innovation capabilities in the critical industries that are key to the region's long-term growth," Hutchinson said.

GE has spent more than $60 million on the building of the Xi'an center, which is part of $2 billion investment commitment GE made in late 2010 to bolster the company's innovation activities and build technology partnerships in China over a three-year period.

In May, GE inaugurated another China Innovation Center in Chengdu, capital of southwestern Sichuan province, and the company said more similar facilities are planned in other inland Chinese cities.
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Platelayers work at a subway car depot of subway Line 1 in Xi'an City, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Aug. 28, 2012. The rail laying of subway Line 1 is expected to be completed on Wednesday, and the 25.36-kilometer-long subway will be put into service in September of next year. (Xinhua/Hao Tongqian)



A worker cleans up rails at a construction site of subway Line 1 in Xi'an City, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Aug. 28, 2012. The rail laying of subway Line 1 is expected to be completed on Wednesday, and the 25.36-kilometer-long subway will be put into service in September of next year. (Xinhua/Hao Tongqian)



Platelayers work at a construction site of subway Line 1 in Xi'an City, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Aug. 28, 2012. The rail laying of subway Line 1 is expected to be completed on Wednesday, and the 25.36-kilometer-long subway will be put into service in September of next year. (Xinhua/Hao Tongqian)



Platelayers work at a construction site of subway Line 1 in Xi'an City, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Aug. 28, 2012. The rail laying of subway Line 1 is expected to be completed on Wednesday, and the 25.36-kilometer-long subway will be put into service in September of next year. (Xinhua/Hao Tongqian)



Platelayers work at a construction site of subway Line 1 in Xi'an City, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Aug. 28, 2012. The rail laying of subway Line 1 is expected to be completed on Wednesday, and the 25.36-kilometer-long subway will be put into service in September of next year. (Xinhua/Hao Tongqian)
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Samsung begins construction of chip plant in NW China

XI'AN, Sept. 12 (Xinhua) -- Samsung Electronics Co., the world's largest maker of memory chips, started construction on its semiconductor plant Wednesday in Xi'an, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province.

Total investment on the first phase of the project, located in Xi'an Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone, will reach 7 billion U.S. dollars, making the project Samsung's single largest overseas investment for a chip-making plant, the company said in a statement.

The first phase of the project is expected to be completed by next year, with 100,000 10-nano-level NAND flash memory chips to be produced monthly from 2014, said the company.

Industry insiders said Samsung's move is aimed at diversifying its production lines and cutting its production costs, as it faces fierce competition from other electronic giants in the market.

Meanwhile, strong demand for NAND flash memory chips in the Chinese market is another reason for Samsung to invest heavily in China.

According to statistics from Gartner, the world's leading information technology research and advisory firm, China accounted for about half of the world's NAND flash memory chips sales last year, with sales reaching 29 billion U.S. dollars.

China's market share is estimated to further rise to 55 percent by the year of 2015, Gartner said in a report.

The Xi'an municipal government said Samsung's project will boost its economy and increase employment.

The project is expected to generate annual sales revenue of 66 billion yuan (about 10.4 billion U.S. dollars) and bring about 10,000 jobs upon the completion of the first-phase project, according to the company.
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Theater to be built at Terracotta Warriors site
31 August 2013
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Two global entertainment companies, one in New York and the other in China, plan to build a world-class, state-of-the-art theater adjacent to the Terracotta Warriors exhibition in Xi'an, Shaanxi province.

The 22,000-square-meter, 2,000-seat venue, with an enormous LED stage screen, will be one of China's largest destination theaters, according to the project's partners, Nederlander Worldwide Entertainment and Shaanxi Qinhuang Grand Theater Performing Arts Co. It will cost more than $61 million.

A new show is being made for its inaugural performance, The Legend of Emperor Qin, which will premiere in spring 2014 and be performed daily year-round.

This will be the world's first stage production depicting the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC), and will use grand-scale dance numbers, and dramatic costumes, lighting and design elements in telling the epic tale.

The Terracotta Warriors are a collection of sculptures of the armies of China's first emperor, Qin Shi Huang. The UNESCO World Heritage Site, discovered in 1974 by farmers, is a form of funerary art buried with the emperor in 210-209 BC to protect him in the afterlife.

From three excavated pits, the terracotta army is estimated to consist of more than 8,000 soldiers, 130 chariots with 520 horses and 150 cavalry horses. Figures found in other pits include government officials, acrobats, strongmen and musicians.

"There are so many reasons to be excited about this theater and The Legend of Emperor Qin," said Robert Nederlander Jr, president and CEO of Nederlander Worldwide Entertainment, at a press conference on Tuesday to announce the venture.

"It's the kind of entertainment that we expect to run for years and will enhance the appreciation and enjoyment of all that visit Xi'an and the Terracotta Warriors."

The show will be presented by the Shaanxi Qinhuang Grand Theater Performing Arts Co, a wholly owned subsidiary of Shaanxi Miracle Achievements Development Co. Nederlander Worldwide serves as the theater's managing partner and executive producer of the show.

Yong Wang, president of Shaanxi Miracle Achievements, which specializes in large-scale tourist and cultural real estate development, said he has worked with Nederlander Worldwide over the past three years to complete the production's management model.

"A top-notch theater calls for top-notch management," Wang said at the press conference. "We believe that with a first-class show in a first-class theater, we're going to make (this venture) a success and a valuable addition to the Terracotta Warrior brand."

Nederlander Worldwide was founded to manage theaters and present Broadway productions in emerging international markets, produce international shows for Broadway and abroad, and undertake cultural educational initiatives.

In 2005, it established the first foreign joint venture in the Chinese performance industry. It jointly manages theaters in Shanghai, and Zhejiang and Jiangsu provinces and is developing productions of Broadway shows in Chinese.

Its productions, including 42nd Street, West Side Story, Aida, Fame and Luma, have toured in Beijing, Shanghai, Xi'an, Wuhan, Tianjin, Hangzhou, Ningbo, Nanjing, Suzhou, Hefei, Hohhot, Nanning, Xiamen, Fuzhou and Chengde.

Nederlander Worldwide also established the "China on Broadway" initiative. Its Soul of Shaolin, the first production from China to appear on Broadway, received a Tony Award and Drama Desk Award nominations. The company helped bring The Dream of the Red Chamber to the Lincoln Center as a formal cultural-exchange gift from the city of Shanghai to New York.
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China to open new high-speed rail linking Taiyuan, Xi'an

BEIJING, June 28 (Xinhua) -- A high-speed rail link between north China's Taiyuan city, and Xi'an in the west will start services on July 1.

The 570-kilometer railway is part of the Datong-Xi'an high-speed line, and will shorten travelling time between the two cities to three hours from the previous 10 hours, according to the China Railway Corporation.

China has been steadily expanding its rail network in recent years, and as the economy falters, the government is looking to railway investments, especially in the relatively backward western regions, to support growth.

China had a combined railway network of over 100,000 km by the end of last year, including more than 10,000 km of high-speed track. Plans are afoot to increase the total track to 120,000 km by 2020.
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Xi'an planning to attract more Silk Road diplomats
20 August 2014
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Xi'an plans to become home to 40 consulates in the next five to eight years as it prepares to assume a key role in the proposed Silk Road Economic Belt.

The potential of the ambition of the Shaanxi province's capital city can be seen from the fact that at present it only hosts two diplomatic missions.

By comparison, Shanghai hosts 73 and Guangzhou hosts 49 missions.

Xi'an is a pivotal city in the Silk Road Economic Belt initiated by President Xi Jinping in September 2013.

The city plans to invite bordering nations, members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and countries along the economic belt to establish consulates and boost its efforts to evolve into a regional service hub.

An area has been designated for the missions in the city's Chanba Ecological Zone. Infrastructure construction is due to start early next year, Cheng Bin, the deputy director of the zone, said during a recent tour by diplomats from 15 countries.

The Xi'an consulate area will cover 600,000 square meters and will be divided into two areas. Office buildings will be available for rent in one area, while in the other part countries will be able to construct buildings that suit their own purposes.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs approved plans for the consular area in August 2013 to assist the increasing number of foreign businesses and tourists in Shaanxi and elsewhere in China's vast western hinterland.

Cheng said detailed planning is complete and infrastructure is being built. An international school near the consulate area that provides preprimary to high school education for the children of diplomats is already in place.

"The area is equipped with the kinds of facilities consulates and their staff need, including hospitals, commercial institutions, apartments, shopping malls and the subway system," Cheng said.

The two consulates Xi'an currently hosts, those of Thailand and South Korea, opened in 2006 and 2008 respectively. Malaysia and Cambodia are in discussions with Chinese officials about setting up missions in the city.

Gao Zhenting, a counselor on international economic affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said, "Whether a country opens a consulate in Xi'an or not depends on its particular needs, and time will be required for matters to go through diplomatic procedures."

According to the diplomatic principle of reciprocity, two countries have the right to open an equal number of embassies and consulates in each other's countries, Gao added.

In addition to Shanghai and Guangzhou, 14 other Chinese cities host consulates, including Kunming in Yunnan province, Shenyang in Liaoning province, Chengdu in Sichuan province and Chongqing.

The location of a city is an important factor for foreign countries setting up consulates, Gao said, noting that Qingdao, in Shandong province, Lhasa, in the Tibet autonomous region, and Hohhot, in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region, host missions for nearby countries.
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Xi'an N. Railway Station-Airport Rail Transit Project OKed

SHANGHAI, September 12, SinoCast -- China's National Development and Reform Commission has approved Xi'an north railway station-airport intercity rail transit project.

The intercity rail line is 27.33 kilometers long. Communications, signal and fare collection system are in consistent with those of Xi'an metro. Passengers can transfer betweent the rail transit project and subway No. 4 line.

Shaanxi branch of the NDRC agrees construction of the project in order to establish fast-speed rail transit between Xi'an Xianyang International Airport and the north railway station and main urban districts.
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118-meter-high building in Xi'an demolished
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Directional blasting demolition of a high-rise building was completed successfully at 7 am on November 15, 2015 in Xi'an, in Northwest China's Shaanxi province.

The building was 118 meters high (27 floors) with a total construction area of over 37000 square meters.

Having been left unused for too long, the building could not be brought back into use so local government decided to demolish it.

It is reported to be the highest building that has ever been demolished in China.
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NW China to build 5.3b yuan aviation project
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14 December 2016

XI'AN - An aviation project worth about 5.3 billion yuan ($768 million) will be built in Xi'an, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi province, a local company confirmed Tuesday.

The project invested by Shaanxi Aviation Industry Development Group Co, Ltd (SAIDC) will be located in the Xi'an National Civil Aerospace Industrial Base.

Under the agreement signed by SAIDC and the base on Friday, the project will involve the construction of an assembly line of Bell 407GXP helicopters, centers for helicopter training, emergency response and rescue, as well as the research and development related to drones.

Wang Yongan, chairman of SAIDC, told Xinhua that SAIDC would work with the U.S. aircraft producer Bell Helicopter in developing the assembly line.
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