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  1. $16b added by 50 brokerages to support shaky marketRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | China Daily

    An investor watches an electronic board showing stock information at a brokerage office in Hangzhou city, Zhejiang province, Aug 24, 2015.[Asianewsphoto by Long Wei] Fifty Chinese brokerages have vowed to pledge a total of 100 billion yuan to backup stock purchases, as regulators move to further prop up the shaking market, reported Securities Times. China Securities Finance Corp , the main government rescuer amid the rout, will manage the capital on the behalf and invest in equities or funds underlying the country's blue chip stocks, said the newspaper.

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  2. Amore Pacific, LG Join Hands to Boost Chinese SalesRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Chosun Ilbo

    Cosmetics giants Amore Pacific and LG Household and Health Care will join hands to target the Chinese market. The two biggest cosmetics makers in Korea said Tuesday that they will jointly host beauty shows in Hangzhou and Nanjing this month in hopes of boosting Korean cosmetics and popular culture in China.

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  3. Beijing gives property market extra push amid plunge in equitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Interest rates cut and curbs on foreign buying eased as the government tries to shield the recovering sector from the selling spree in stocks Loosening measures at the end of March led to an end of the housing market correction in cities such as Shenzhen. Photo: Langi Chiang Just as worries were rising about the impact of China's stocks crash on the recovering property market, the authorities cut rates last week and relaxed rules on foreign buyers in order to maintain momentum in the housing sector.

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  4. Chinese entrepreneurs remain optimistic despite economic downfallRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | China Daily

    Xiong Xiaoge, vice-president of the US venture capital firm IDG, speaks during Demo China 2015, a two-day event that started August 27, 2015. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn] China's economy is slowing down, but that isn't stopping ambitious entrepren eu rs trying to establish their business.

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  5. H3C Technologies Co., Ltd. Employs CETOL 6I Tolerance Analysis SolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    ... Co., Ltd. (H3C), a leading IT infrastructure products and solution provider with principal operations in Hangzhou, China has decided to implement CETOL 6 Sigma from Sigmetrix as their tolerance analysis software. As a provider of communications ...

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  6. Qiantang Tidal Bore strikes again in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Run for your lives! Dramatic pictures show spectators dashing to safety as enormous tidal waves as high as 30 feet struck China It was a very wet weekend for tourists who went to see the annual tidal bore of the Qiantang River in eastern China. Qiantang tidal bore waves are one of the largest in the world and can reach as much as 30 feet above the surface of the water.

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  7. A miR-130a-YAP positive feedback loop promotes organ size and tumorigenesisRead the original story

    Yesterday | Cell Research

    Aberrant activation of the major effector and transcription co-activator YAP in the Hippo pathway causes drastic organ enlargement in development and underlies tumorigenesis in many human cancers. However, how robust YAP activation is achieved during organ size control remains elusive.

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  8. Weak Factory Activity Adds to China Economy WoesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Voice of America

    An employee works on an assembly line producing Mercedes-Benz cars at a factory of Beijing Benz Automotive Co. in Beijing, Aug. 31, 2015.

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  9. US asks China to rethink about restrictions on TibetRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | DNA India

    Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom David Saperstein was on a 8-day visit, starting from August 20 to China The US has asked China to reassess its policies which impose restrictions on religious freedom in Tibet, days after a top American diplomat concluded his visit to the Communist nation and discussed issues of human rights' violations and religious freedom with the Chinese officials. Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom David Saperstein was on a 8-day visit, starting from August 20 to China.

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  10. Ambassador David Saperstein's Visit to ChinaRead the original story

    Yesterday | Holtville Tribune

    Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom David Saperstein traveled to the People's Republic of China August 20-28, 2015 to discuss religious freedom with government officials, religious leaders, and civil society representatives. He visited Beijing, Shijiazhuang, Shanghai, Hangzhou, and Hong Kong.

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  11. New Report Available: Gardening in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PR-inside.com

    Government procurements have traditionally been a major source of revenue for gardening manufacturers in China. During the review period, however, this revenue source came under threat as economic uncertainty led regional and municipal authorities across the country to take drastic cost-cutting measures.

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  12. Seven Workers Die After Exposure To Gases At China Paper MillRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Manufacturing.net

    Workers were overcome with toxic gas from a paper mill's waste pool and seven of them died, authorities said Saturday, in China's latest deadly accident involving dangerous chemicals. A worker who was cleaning the pool filled with pulp paper waste fell in and his co-workers rushed to help but were overcome with the noxious gas themselves, a statement from the Anxiang county government in Hunan province said.

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  13. China's economic turmoil unlikely to affect timing of UK...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 30 | IcNetwork

    Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said that the UK's economic strength and lack of exposure meant China's woes would not alter rate plans The Governor of the Bank of England has refuted suggestions that the downturn in the Chinese economy could delay an increase in UK interest rates. Mark Carney said that Britain's economic strength meant that it was unlikely to be affected by the turmoil in China.

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  14. Quality Flexible Packaging Material Recyclable Industrial Aluminum Foil Eco-friendly for saleRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 19 | California Computer News

    Zhejiang Shuanglin Jiate Metal Technology Co., Ltd is the branch of Jinding Aluminum Industry Group ,which includes aluminum research and development ,design ,manufacture and export trading ,was Jinding Aluminium Industry Group was established in september 1997, establishing branch as Qinghai West Aluminium industry Co ltd ,Henan Zhongji Aluminium Foil Co Ltd, Hangzhou Jinding Aluminium Industry Co Ltd,Ningbo Ruying Electric Technology Co., Ltd . We have workshops as continue cast ,hot rolling,cold rolling and foil rolling for modern high seience and technology standard request , and imported inspection machines form Germany.

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  15. Pension funds 'not obliged' to prop up stock marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | China Daily

    An investor watches an electronic board showing stock information at a brokerage office in Hangzhou city, Zhejiang province, Aug 24, 2015.[Asianewsphoto by Long Wei] China's pension funds do not have the obligation to prop up or rescue the country's turbulent stock market, a top official said on Friday amid popular expectations for the funds to do so. Up to 600 billion yuan could be channeled into China's equity market after the State Coucil gave final approval on Sunday to allow pension funds access to the stock market.

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  16. Moody's predicts China property market recoveryRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 29 | China Daily

    The downward pressure on China's home prices will gradually ease through the rest of the year as house sales rise and developers manage to lower inventory levels, rating agency Moody's predicted in its latest industry report. In its monthly China property newsletter, Moody's said residential home prices continued to recover in July in China's 70 biggest cities.

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  17. Gas pipeline eruption in Hangzhou sends 'rotten egg' smoke 20 storeys highRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Mashable

    A natural gas pipeline burst at a metro construction site in Hangzhou, China, on Friday morning. Dense smoke started pouring out of the 30 cm puncture, and filled the air with a rotten egg stench, said local eyewitness reports .

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  18. Piano man: Artist behind street campaign hopes Hong Kong public will connect through musicRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | South China Morning Post

    As 'Play Me I'm Yours' project hits Hong Kong's streets, artist behind multi-city campaign urges people to take chance to connect through music A street project offering free access to pianos will be an "interesting test" of the city's creativity, says the man behind the innovative international art campaign. "Our Hong Kong, Our Talents - Play Me, I'm Yours" will provide a platform for performers and listeners in public locations from Central to Tin Shui Wai over the next four months.

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  19. The Bean and the BubbleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Economist

    ANISH KAPOOR has been making headlines on both sides of the Atlantic. In June, one of his sculptures on display in the garden of the palace of Versailles, which he described as "the vagina of a queen taking power", was spray-painted by vandals.

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  20. China now knows what goes up must come downRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Age

    The origins of this week's global financial chaos - and the economic storm clouds now darkening over Australia - are best illuminated by a strange sequence of events that may or may not have taken place three months ago. "It's good to trade shares," China's President Xi Jinping reportedly told a journalist, during an inspection tour in Hangzhou.

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