Dongguan, China Newswire

Dongguan, China Newswire

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  1. Xi Jinping's Trump MomentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Wall Street Journal

    The economic shocks of globalization have triggered social and political tensions in China just as they have in the U.S. Just about a century ago, the Boston merchants who had helped to build the textile town of Lowell, Mass., into the cradle of the American industrial revolution started pulling out. First, the spindles and looms shifted to the low-wage South.


  2. Bond trust funds issued by joint efforts of Gallop and TMFRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 20 | PR Log

    SYDNEY, Australia - Oct. 20, 2016 - PRLog -- Proudly established in the Netherlands in 1988, TMF Group merged with Equity Trust, the world's leading trust company in 2011, becoming one of the world' s largest trust businesses with more than 120 offices in over 80 countries and more than 6000 qualified accountants, lawyers, corporate secretaries, HR and other professionals employed to provide services to global clients.


  3. Soaring costs force more Chinese firms to look overseas, as latest...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 18 | South China Morning Post

    Soaring costs force more Chinese firms to look overseas, as latest figures show ODI surges 53.7pc in year to date Non-financial outbound direct investment from January to September hits 883 billion yuan, and experts suggest Africa is becoming a favoured location Chinese firms are increasingly eyeing opportunities outside of the country, with Africa becoming a favoured destination rather than locations in Asia, as business costs at home surge and the yuan depreciates. The latest Ministry of Commerce figures, released on Tuesday, show China's non-financial outbound direct investment surged 53.7 per cent year on year to 882.78 billion yuan from January to September.


  4. Even owning a home 70km from Shenzhen is becoming a faraway dream for those working thereRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 16 | South China Morning Post

    The plight of one 30-something couple SCMP met - working in one city but house hunting in another - is being endured by countless thousands nationwide Thousands of young professional Chinese couples, unable to afford sky-high housing prices in the country's first-tier cities, are pouring into neighbouring smaller cities in the hope to finding somewhere affordable to live, while still being able to work in a metropolis. Miss Li, a 30-year-old office worker from Shenzhen, travelled to Huizhou with her husband during the National Day "golden week" holiday, in search of an apartment to buy.


  5. This week in the war on workers: Business groups sue to protect labor law violatorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 15 | Daily Kos

    Donald Trump is the Republican nominee, which is frightening.We must make sure his hateful rhetoric does not even come close... Donald Trump has gone too far with his attacks on Gold Star parents Khizr and Ghazala Khan, whose son Army Capt. Humayun Khan... A Donald Trump White House would be a disaster, and this goes way beyond any ideological difference.


  6. US Playing Catch Up On Artificial Intelligence As Biggest Rival Seizes Top SpotRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 14 | The Daily Caller

    A man plays Chinese chess with a robot during Guangdong International Robot and Intelligent Equipment Expo, in Dongguan, Guangdong province, China, November 18, 2015. Picture taken November 18, 2015.


  7. Weak trade beginning to stabilizeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 13 | People's Daily Online

    Containers are unloaded from a cargo ship in Lianyungang, East China's Jiangsu province, on Sept 8, 2015. [Photo/Xinhua] China's exports fell by 1.6 percent year-on-year to 10.06 trillion yuan in the first three quarters of the year, while overall trade performance improved on a quarterly basis, customs data showed on Thursday.


  8. Reusable Water Bottles Market Driven by Constant Growth in Health ConcernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 13 | SBWire

    Water bottle is one of the daily needs of people as they travel and go outdoors for jobs, tourism and other activities. Plastic bottles generate huge amount of waste in the environment which has led to the idea of reusable water bottle.


  9. Premier Li reiterates efforts to boost innovation, entrepreneurshipRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 13 | Xinhuanet

    Premier Li Keqiang has called for more efforts to foster a friendly environment for innovation and entrepreneurship in a fresh show of support for the country's start-ups. In a visit to the southern cities of Shenzhen and Dongguan in Guangdong Province, Li attended National Mass Innovation and Entrepreneurship Week activities and the Global Entrepreneurial Leaders Forum, where he encouraged bold imagination and solid work from businesses to translate their ideas into concrete outcomes.


  10. China Freaks Out After American Basketball Star Defaces The Great WallRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 12 | The Daily Caller

    The Houston Rockets' Robert "Bobby" Brown was recently slammed by Chinese netizens for carving his name into the Great Wall of China, reports the People's Daily. "Had a blast at the Great Wall of China," the 32-year-old point guard, who was in Beijing for the 2016 NBA Global Games China, posted on his Weibo microblog Monday.


  11. NBA player apologises after leaving graffiti on the Great Wall of ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 12 | Daily Mail

    NBA player is forced to apologise after leaving graffiti on the Great Wall of China and sharing picture of it on social media An NBA basketball player has come under fire after allegedly leaving graffiti on the Great Wall of China and sharing the picture of it on social media. Bobby Brown, who plays for the Houston Rockets, has issued a public apology for his behaviour after being criticised by the Chinese public for defacing the country's most famous historic landmark, reported the People's Daily Online .


  12. Long Hours, Low Wages Alleged at Ivanka Trump Shoe FactoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 12 | Racked

    In recent months, Donald Trump's presidential campaign has deployed his daughter Ivanka to show that the family has a compassionate side, which, among other things, will push both her and her father to advocate for better lives for working people. Such ideals are easier to trumpet than to implement, however, especially when it comes to the many-tentacled global supply chain of subcontractors that the Trumps use to produce their brands.


  13. Chinese netizens slam American basketball player for graffitiing Great WallRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 12 | Manila Bulletin

    A flood of posts from Chinese netizens has inundated American basketball player Robert Brown's Sina Weibo page, with many attacking him for the graffiti that he recently drew on the Great Wall. As of press time, around 400 comments had been written in response to a Weibo post that Brown wrote on Oct. 10, with many commentators fiercely accusing Brown of disrespecting Chinese historical relics and people.


  14. HNA to buy eight golf courses in the US for US$137.5mRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 10 | South China Morning Post

    Company positive about global golf tourism due to "continuing growth in the number and spending of high-net-worth outbound tourists from the PRC" HNA Holding Group, the Chinese property investment company, has agreed to buy eight golf courses in Washington State in the United States for US$137.5 million, as it seeks to boost its investment portfolio overseas. The eight golf courses provide a total of 180 golf holes with clubhouses and various amenities and cover 1,887.32 acres, the company said.


  15. Dongguan latest China to curb home pricesRead the original story

    Monday Oct 10 | The Standard

    Dongguan in Guangdong province became the latest mainland city to clamp down on soaring home prices. The city government yesterday issued a directive, saying homes purchased at prices 15 percent higher or lower than recorded price levels will not be registered.Last Saturday, the Dongguan Real Estate Management Bureau directed developers to report prices of their flats before offering them for sa... The city government yesterday issued a directive, saying homes purchased at prices 15 percent higher or lower than recorded price levels will not be registered.


  16. Africa: Nations Vote to Close All Domestic, Legal Markets for Ivory TradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 10 |

    At the just ended Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species meeting in Sandton, Johannesburg, a coalition of African countries led by Kenya and Benin lost their bid to upgrade all African elephants to most protected status, after objections from Southern African countries. What carried the day was a call for a stronger position on the closing of illegal ivory trade markets, which China - one of the biggest markets for illegal ivory - supported.


  17. Blinebury: Rockets Embrace Status As 'China's Team'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 9 |

    There was an afternoon a dozen years ago when Yao Ming, then-coach Jeff Van Gundy and a few friends were riding in a van here through China's largest city and marveling at the ubiquitous presence of the 7-foot-6 center. His image could be found on billboards, the side of buses, on restaurant menus, just about anyplace one looked.


  18. Trump factory jobs sent to China may never come backRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 7 | The Nation

    US presidential candidate Donald Trump has pledged to bring long lost American manufacturing jobs back from China. But he may be too late - even for products that bear his family name.


  19. Three more Chinese cities set new curbs on home-buying to prevent bubbleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 6 | Reuters

    Oct 7 Two cities in China's southern Guangdong province and the southeast city of Fuzhou imposed new home buying restrictions on Thursday aimed at preventing a property bubble. The tightening measures imposed in Zhuhai, Dongguan and Fuzhou included raising downpayment requirements and restricting owners of two properties from buying more.


  20. OEM Automotive Lens Market Shipment to Reach 136M by 2020Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 5 | PR Newswire

    With the high-speed growth of the global ADAS market, the demand for automotive cameras jumped radically with the market size growing at a compound annual rate of 31.3% during 2011-2015. Automotive lens means optical lens mounted on vehicles in order to implement various functions, consisting mainly of endoscope lens, rear view lens, front view lens, side view lens, surround view lens, etc..