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Old December 4th, 2016, 08:02 AM   #601
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Xibe museum under construction in Shenyang
1 December 2016


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A museum dedicated to the Xibe ethnic group is currently under construction in Shenyang, with the aim of commemorating and keeping alive the traditional culture of the ethnic group.

The Xibe ethnic group mainly inhabits Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region and Liaoning province. They traditionally earned a living through raising animals and lived a nomadic lifestyle. They were known for being proficient in archery and horse riding, and for being brave soldiers.

The museum, which is currently under construction, is located in Shenbei New Zone in Shenyang, Northeast China’s Liaoning province, which has the largest concentration of Xibe people in this area.

The construction of the museum on the north bank of the Puhe River started on May 24, 2015.

The museum, covering an area of 9,804 square meters, will have three floors, containing exhibition halls displaying the history, folk customs and intangible cultural heritage of the Xibe ethnic group. The museum has received about 73 million yuan ($10.59 million) of investment.

So far, the museum has already completed construction of the main building; decoration of the interior is now in progress. It is anticipated that the museum will open to the public in May 2017.
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Urumqi to build citywide free Wi-Fi network
15 December 2016
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People in Urumqi, Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, are expected to use citywide free Wi-Fi in 2018 as the city launches an ambitious plan to cover the area with a free Wi-Fi network.

The Urumqi government would cooperate with China Telecom Corp in the three-year-long project with the latter undertaking the larger share of the 100 million yuan ($14.42 million) investment.

New Wi-Fi hotspots would be implanted into the city's existing wide-range telecom network, including 3G and 4G base stations and video surveillance system.

The construction work of operation and management platform for the "wireless city" project is already completed.

Wi-Fi network will soon be built in major government agencies, commercial districts and transportation hubs.

In 2017, the project would focus on the expansion of Wi-Fi network in universities, office buildings and hotels in the city.

And in 2018, the network would extend to industry parks and major roads in the city.
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Changsha county develops airport economic zone
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16 December 2016


An aerial view of China Unicom's base within the airport economic zone. [Photo/csxnews.com]

Following in the wake of the economic opportunities created by Changsha Huanghua International Airport, Changsha county is in the process of constructing an airport economic zone.

This development will significantly benefit Hunan province's capital city by focusing on boosting the investment of the aviation industry in Changsha. It will also encourage the settlement of modern services with a high added value.

The economic zone will be attractive to many companies on account of its transportation connections, developed infrastructure, and dynamic investment environment.

The area has already seen the arrival of several major projects including Changsha Bailian Outlets Plaza, Hunan SF Express E-commerce Industrial Park, Prologis Logistics Center at Changsha International Airport, China Unicom, and a Hunan Branch of Okay Airways.

Projects are centered on logistics, e-commerce, and aviation. They will lay firm foundations and it is hoped the economic zone will grow and attract future investment.

Transportation hub

The airport, located in the economically important Changsha-Zhuzhou-Xiangtan area, lies within a dynamic and far-reaching transport network including airways, railways and motorways. This greatly increases the connectivity between this region and some of China's leading economic areas.

Additionally, plans have been drawn up to build intercity light-rail, subway, and maglev lines to connect the area with downtown Changsha.

The area's regional and national transport links will accelerate both development and the investment of capital.

Industrial cluster

The economic zone is focused on the modern service industry and airport-related hi-tech industries. A wide range of industries have already invested in excess of 5 billion yuan ($730 million) in the region. These include companies involved in logistics, aviation, commerce and culture and sports.

This newly developed zone is located within the vicinity of 13 state-level and province-level industrial parks including Changsha National Economic and Technical Development Zone. It will host 143 of world's top 500 enterprises. It is believed the surrounding wealth of enterprising companies will aid the zone's development.
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Ring road in Lhasa expected to ease traffic
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Jan. 5, 2017

Lhasa, capital of the Tibet autonomous region, is expected to have a ring road opened by June this year to improve traffic and accelerate the city's development.

With a planned investment of 11.3 billion yuan ($1.62 billion), the ring road is nearly 100 kilometers long, with seven tunnels and 27 bridges, according to the city government.

The road links Lhasa Gongkar Airport in the south and three highways. It also crosses over the Qinghai-Tibet Railway.

After it opens, drivers will able to circle the city's downtown area in just two hours at a maximum speed of 60 km per hour.

As Lhasa has an average altitude of 3,600 meters, the ring road has been dubbed "China's highest ring road". Construction started in October 2015, and the project is mostly complete. Part of the road has already opened for trial operation.

Lin Sheng, vice-mayor of Lhasa, said at a meeting on Tuesday that the road is a milestone in the city's development.

"By linking accesses to the city center in all directions, the ring road will greatly improve the city's traffic network and ease congestion," he said, adding that the road is expected to boost the city's development and make travel more convenient.
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Wuxi launches $23 billion development projects
Feb. 15, 2017
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The city of Wuxi, Jiangsu province, officially launched 136 major large-scale construction projects on Feb 12.

The declaration was part of a wider initiative across 13 different Jiangsu province cities in which a total of 1363 projects with an investment volume of 1.33 trillion yuan ($193 billion) were officially kick started.

The 136 projects that are now underway in Wuxi are worth 158.6 billion yuan ($23 billion). This sets new records both in terms of the number of projects launched and the volume of annual investment started in the city.

The move once again announces the city of Wuxi as an industrial hub in the south Yangtze River Delta. The newly launched 105 industrial projects will require an investment volume of more than 117 billion yuan, which accounts for nearly three quarters of all the projects. It is intended that the investment will further catalyze industrial development.

At the groundbreaking ceremony hosted by Wuxi's mayor Wang Quan, Wuxi's highest official, Li Xiaomin, announced the launch of all 136 projects, which he said would play a critical role in driving the city's economic development and help to upgrade many of the city's industries.

Amidst the vast number of highly diverse projects, the High-end Processing and Manufacturing Center of China Ship Ocean Exploration Technology Industrial Park is arguably the most eye-catching and significant.

The project came to fruition in 2015 through the cooperation of the local Wuxi government and China State Shipbuilding Corporation, a company aimed at fostering a strong state-level marine economic cluster in Wuxi. This project will include developing military vessels and conducting underwater robot R&D. Upon completion estimates suggest the project will yield an annual profit revenue of more than 3 billion yuan.

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August 15, 2017
Guangxi’s ports make the right connections
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Containers are stacked together for shipment at a port in Guangxi. A new Chongqing-Guangxi-Singapore link will provide quicker access to Southeast Asia and beyond for goods from central and western areas of China. (Asia News Photo)

On a scorching May morning, a 26-car freight train packed with motorcycles and paper products pulled into Qinzhou Port East Station, in the coastal city of Qinzhou in South China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region.

Arriving 48 hours after its departure from Chongqing on May 12, a southwestern city 1,480 kilometers from the terminus, the train ran on a new line that reduced travel time by more than two days.

But this was not the end of the journey for the cargo. After passing clearance procedures at Qinzhou Port, the goods were then transported another 2,600 km by boat to Singapore, which took roughly six days.

The train’s arrival at Qinzhou, part of the Guangxi Beibu Gulf Economic Zone, marked the commencement of the trial operation of the Southern Transport Corridor. The route connects Chongqing through Guangxi to Singapore.

Beibu Gulf Economic Zone comprises six cities: Nanning, Beihai, Qinzhou, Fangchenggang, Yulin and Chongzuo.

“The corridor will boost our trade activities with Southeast Asia, and even farther with Africa,” said Zhou Xiaoxi, chairman of Guangxi Beibu Gulf International Port Group, the State-owned company that manages Qinzhou Port.

Before the launch of the route, goods from western China to Southeast Asia were either delivered via scattered rail links to the Beibu Gulf area, or shipped eastward along the Yangtze River to Shanghai, before heading for the South China Sea to reach their destinations.

For cargo from Chongqing to Singapore, the detour through the Yangtze River to Shanghai takes an extra 2,100 km compared to the new channel. Altogether, the Chongqing-Guangxi-Singapore link now cuts travel time by more than 20 days.

“(The new route) will significantly shorten the distance, lower the logistics costs and allow the entire western (region of) China to have a new way to bypass potential bottlenecks at the Three Gorges Dam (on the Yangtze River),” said Chan Chun Sing, Singapore’s minister in the prime minister’s office, at a China-Singapore trade forum earlier this year.

With a location that makes it a crucial logistical node for the China-led Belt and Road Initiative, Guangxi aims to enhance connectivity between inland China and its trade partners in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

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Elon Musk's hyperloop to make China debut in far-flung province
Inland Belt and Road link Guizhou will host prototype transport system

Nikkei Asian Review Excerpt
July 21, 2018

CHONGQING -- The ultrafast hyperloop transport system championed by American entrepreneur Elon Musk will come to the relatively poor interior Chinese province of Guizhou under a joint venture announced on Thursday.

California-based Hyperloop Transportation Technologies and a company under the government of the Guizhou city of Tongren will form a 50-50 partnership to build a nearly 10 km vacuum-sealed tube in which capsules can travel at the speed of sound thanks to the lack of air resistance.

Guizhou is one of China's least developed provinces. But its interior and southern location places it at a key site for land routes in Chinese President Xi Jinping's Belt and Road infrastructure initiative, and it has been the target of heavy transportation investment of late, according to a press release marking the agreement. The rapid transit project is geared to "play into a bigger role of the Silk Road Economic Belt," Hyperloop Transportation CEO Dirk Ahlborn said.

The deal is China's first to host the technology promoted by Musk, the head of electric-vehicle company Tesla, who recently visited China and signed an agreement to build its first non-U.S. auto factory in Shanghai.

After evaluating the hyperloop trials, the partners hope to expand the tube and begin offering commercial transport services.
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Chinese City With a Russian Past Struggles to Preserve Its Legacy
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June 4, 2017


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HARBIN, China — When he first arrived in the northeastern Chinese city of Harbin in 1984 to attend university, Bu Chong was stunned to see an imposing, European-style building on campus with tall columns, arched doors and elaborate reliefs. “I’m from the countryside,” he said, “and I’d never seen anything like this.”

For Gao Hong, a local businesswoman, such structures are not at all surprising. They were standard features of the Harbin she knew as a child, a city constructed in the late 19th century as a Far Eastern outpost of imperial Russia, a base for the Chinese Eastern Railway in what was once known as Manchuria.

But the two have witnessed something in common: the old architecture being demolished to make room for expanding roads and cookie-cutter high-rise blocks.

“At least a third of these old buildings have disappeared,” Ms. Gao lamented. “The city has changed beyond recognition.”

Distressed by the destruction and empowered by social media, Mr. Bu, Ms. Gao and other residents have banded together to preserve what remains of Harbin’s Russian architecture, battered as it has been by waves of war, revolution and, now, urban redevelopment.

One of their current causes is the Jihong Bridge, built in the 1920s by Russian engineers and classified in 2013 as an “immovable cultural relic” by the State Administration of Cultural Heritage, which means any changes must be cleared by the central government.

Last year, when the Harbin city government decided that the bridge would have to be removed to make room for a high-speed rail line, it met with strong resistance from residents. Hundreds signed petitions and thousands wrote comments online calling on the government to abandon the plan. Some hung protest banners on the bridge.

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April 9, 2019
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China's Zhoushan terminal to fuel LNG sector


LNG tanker Stena Blue Sky is seen at the new liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal owned by Chinese energy company ENN Group, in Zhoushan city, East China's Zhejiang province, Aug 7, 2018. (PHOTO / IC)

The first LNG receiving terminal funded by a domestic private enterprise will start construction of its submarine pipelines this year in Zhejiang province, and upon completion, it will reach an annual handling capacity of 3 million metric tons in 2020, said CEO of ENN Group.

"Construction of the offshore pipelines of the Zhoushan LNG receiving terminal will start this year. The first phase of the receiving terminal has a handling capacity of 3 million tons, and will expand to 10 million tons in 2022," said ENN Chief Executive Officer Zhang Yesheng.

According to Zhang, since last October when the first-phase receiving terminal started operation, more than 300,000 tons of LNG have been received. The project could better serve as the gateway for linking China's gas market and overseas supplies upon completion.

Its first phase involves an investment of 5.8 billion yuan (US$863 million), and the second phase has an investment of 2.4 billion yuan.

"Zhoushan LNG receiving terminal is China's first large LNG receiving terminal invested by a private enterprise. It serves as an important hub for connecting the domestic market and international resources," said Zhang.
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Chinese city to implement regulations on uninhabited island reclamation

GUANGZHOU, April 30 (Xinhua) -- Zhuhai, a city in south China's Guangdong Province, will put into effect trailblazing regulations guiding the development of uninhabited islands.

The two regulations, hailed as the first local-level legislations on the Chinese mainland to stipulate basic procedures for developing an uninhabited island, will come into effect Wednesday.

Zhuhai is one of the first four special economic zones (SEZs) set up in 1980, with the mission to spearhead China's reform and opening-up drive. The other three SEZs are Shenzhen, Xiamen, Shantou. The four SEZs were all granted with legislative power in 1990s, aiming at boosting the development.

The city's natural resources bureau said the regulations were not meant to facilitate private purchase of islands, but focus on environmental conservation, tourism and other development for the public interest.

An official with the city's legislature also told Xinhua the regulations will offer legal guidance to future island development by specifying supervisors and application procedures.

Known as "the city of a hundred islands," Zhuhai has 262 islands and islets, only 10 of which have permanent residents.
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Projects to enhance city's role as hub
26 April 2019
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Blast furnace and pharmaceutical center among new endeavors set to further modernize local economy

A group of large investment projects began construction in Zhanjiang in the southern Guangdong province, to prop up the burgeoning city's new status as a regional hub.

According to the local government, a total of 73 major projects will break ground with an accumulative investment of 46 billion yuan ($6.8 billion) in 2019. That's compared to 42 billion yuan last year.

Of the projects, 11 with nearly half of the planned total annual investment amount, or 22.9 billion yuan, broke ground in the first quarter.

Once a less-developed city in Guangdong, Zhanjiang has become more attractive to investors since the provincial government positioned it as a sub-center in the province at the end of 2017, meaning it was promoted to a position on par with Zhuhai and Shantou, and only behind Shenzhen and Guangzhou, two economic powerhouses of the province.

Located on the west wing of Guangdong, Zhanjiang was given the same importance as Shantou, on the east wing, as one of two new engines to bolster the province's economic growth by developing a modern coastal economic belt.

"Zhanjiang will actively grab the favorable opportunities granted by the central and provincial governments ... and stick to the opening-up policy to promote regional integration," said Zheng Renhao, Party secretary of Zhanjiang.

To fulfill the goal, Zheng said the city government identified a strategy of building a passageway, a free trade port and a pilot zone, which put the emphasis on the construction of a modern transportation system, on wider opening-up to highlight the city's pivotal role in the Maritime Silk Road, and on the development of a modern industrial system.

Among projects that kicked off in the first quarter, the Zhanjiang branch of Baosteel, one of China's largest steel makers, plans to invest roughly 19 billion yuan in the construction of its third blast furnace.

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May 17, 2019
Hengqin New Area spurring business, transportation growth
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The Hengqin New Area in Guangdong province has been designed as a new green, health and tourism island, playing a big role in supporting neighboring Macao's ambition to become an international leisure and tourism center. The new area is also expecting to expand its cooperation with investors from Macao and Hong Kong, to achieve that goal in the months to come, according to Wang Yan, deputy director of Hengqin New Area Free Trade Office.

"In addition to finance, logistics and cross-border e-commerce, Hengqin has planned to give its top priorities to develop its innovation, leisure, tourism, traditional Chinese medicine, culture, convention and exhibition, education and related environmentally friendly industries in cooperation with its Hong Kong and Macao counterparts," Wang told China Daily.

The Outline Development Plan for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, released by the central authorities in February, encourages cities in the Bay Area to further expand their cooperation and accelerate infrastructural connectivity.

Located at the mouth of the Pearl River, Hengqin island, adjacent to Macao, is now one of the three pilot free trade zones in Guangdong. It celebrated its fourth anniversary last month. The other two free trade zones include Nansha in Guangzhou and Qianhai in Shenzhen's special economic zone.

According to Wang, construction of the second phase of the Chimelong project is now being speeded up in Hengqin island and is expected to play significant role in boosting the area's tourism industry. Construction of the second phase is estimated to cost more than 50 billion yuan (US$7.46 billion).

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Guiyang grows its global influence via big data
24 May 2019
China Daily-Hong Kong Edition

Provincial capital becomes ideal technology investment destination

Guiyang, capital of Southwest China's Guizhou province, reaped good results in high-quality development with its focus on the big data industry. Its advantages in geography, climate and operational cost have attracted numerous internet giants to develop some of the most cutting-edge technologies in the world.

With hundreds of billions of yuan flowing into the city, its GDP saw significant growth and has improved the livelihoods of local people. Its brand as the "Chinese data valley" has helped influence investors.

CNN published a story about Guizhou last year on its website. It said Guizhou, which reminds people of Kweichow Moutai, ethnic groups and seems to have no business with high technology, has seen a dramatic transformation since 2014.

That year, it began to develop big data and has made rapid progress in new technology.

Later, it was named the first national big data comprehensive experimental zone and has pioneered many innovations in big data.

Apple, Intel, SAP, Alibaba, Tencent, Huawei and other leading companies operate there.

According to CNN's report, the cool weather in Guiyang can prevent servers overheating and save energy. The rich power and water supply can provide reliable and cheap clean energy for big data centers.

Also, the geological environment in the city is stable, safeguarding the safety of data.

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