Fujian, Taiwan Newswire

Fujian, Taiwan Newswire

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  1. China's Yangtze River to face catastrophic spring floods as near record El Nino strikesRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Water levels may swell up to 80 per cent and could result in flooding as severe as 1998 disaster when the worst El Nino in history killed thousands and affected 220 million across 24 provinces, says flood control official China will likely face massive spring floods due to the worst El Nino since the 1997/98 weather pattern which wreaked havoc in the Asia-Pacific region, says the state flood control authority. The extreme flooding China experienced almost 20 years ago started at the country's longest river - the Yangtze - and two major waterways in the northeast.


  2. Photographer sees world through different lensRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | China Daily

    The Honolulu, Hawaii-based photographer, who has traveled extensively, wears many hats: He is a regular contributor to National Geographic and The Associated Press, a crew member for the Polynesian Voyaging Society, a fellow of the Explorers Club, and a member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature's special group on cultural and spiritual values of protected areas. Lin, who was born in 1987 in Fuzhou in Southeast China's Fujian province, is the son of intellectual parents.


  3. Wanaka sporting couple Dougal and Amy Allan on the moveRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Southland Times

    The Allans are expecting their second child in September and recently started looking for somewhere to live where they could better balance family life, sport and work. Allan, 30, has a decade of adventure racing and long distance racing under his belt but has yet to reach his peak.


  4. Lulu Island Winery owner John Chang was a successful electronics...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | South China Morning Post

    John Chang, one of British Columbia's immigrant success stories thanks to his Lulu Island Winery in Richmond, is believed to have been arrested in China on suspicion of smuggling tens of millions of dollars' worth of ice wine, state media reports suggest. A report in the state-owned Legal Daily , which reports on judicial matters and operates under China's Ministry of Justice, said on Wednesday that a Canadian winery owner named "Zhang" had been arrested for smuggling wine worth 300 million yuan into China, including 200 million yuan worth of ice wine.


  5. Chinese HPV vaccine in final stages of clinical testingRead the original story

    Thursday | Xinhuanet

    If approved, an HPV vaccine currently in the final stages of clinical testing should be available in China within two years, said the developer on Thursday. Work on the vaccine began in 2002 and clinical tests began in 2011.


  6. Shanghai tops public transportation rankingRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 20 | China Daily

    Shanghai and Xiamen, Fujian province, have been ranked as the most developed and convenient cities for public transportation, according to a report issued by amap.com on Tuesday. Twenty cities were evaluated based on factors such as the number of bus stops and subway stations, trip costs, the total number of bus and subway lines and the density of the public transportation network.


  7. Jiyuan Packaging applies for primary listing on Taiwan Stock ExchangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | The China Post

    Jiyuan Packaging Holdings Limited has applied for primary listing on the Taiwan Stock Exchange . It is the fourth foreign company that has filed IPO application with the Taiwan Stock Exchange this year, according to a press release from the TWSE.


  8. Last Minute Chance to Sign Up for Major China Amateur TournamentRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 19 | AGA News

    China Qiyuan has announced the 2016 Gold Cup World Amateur Go Tournament, with online preliminaries for players outside of the major go countries to be held on Tygem. "It is a last minute invitation, but the prizes and playing opportunities for the players who make it past the prelims make it worth a shot," said AGA President Andy Okun.


  9. China Home Price Gains Cool as Smaller Cities Impose CurbsRead the original story

    Monday Jul 18 | The Washington Post

    China's home-price gains tapered off last month, as second-tier cities joined some of the nation's largest hubs in imposing housing curbs to cool surging prices. New-home prices excluding government-subsidized housing climbed in 55 cities in June, down from 60 in May, among the 70 tracked, the National Bureau of Statistics said Monday.


  10. Country's new-found great appetite for all things soccerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | The China Post

    Hulk had quite the welcome to China. Shortly after his plane landed at Shanghai's Pudong International Airport, hundreds of chanting fans mobbed the Brazilian soccer star as he pushed his way through the crowd on June 29. Hulk, who recently inked a record-breaking deal with Shanghai SIPG, is just the most recent soccer star to sign up.


  11. #China Stock News: China Xiniya Fashion Limited (NYSE: $XNY) Announces Share Transfer TransactionRead the original story

    Monday Jul 18 | InvestorIdeas.com

    Xiamen, Fujian, China - July 18, 2016 China Xiniya Fashion Limited , a leading provider of men's business casual apparel in China, today announced that the Company's controlling shareholder, Qiming Investment Limited, a British Virgin Islands company controlled by the Company's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Qiming Xu, entered into an agreement to sell a controlling interest in the Company to Perfect Lead International Limited and Honest Plus Investments Limited, both British Virgin Islands companies on July 17, 2016. As of the date of the Agreement, the Seller beneficially owns 134,359,960 ordinary shares of the Company, accounting for approximately 59% of the total outstanding shares of the Company.


  12. China fires 3 officials after typhoon Nepartak in east killed 83Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | The Indian Express

    The Chinese government has fired three officials in an eastern province after a strong tropical storm killed 83 people and left 19 others missing, an official news agency reported Monday. Typhoon Nepartak, which had weakened to a tropical storm when it hit China, toppled nearly 10,000 houses in eastern Fujian province's capital of Fuzhou over the past week, Xinhua News Agency said.


  13. Officials sacked for poor response to Typhoon NepartakRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 17 | Xinhuanet

    MINQING, July 11, 2016 -- Cars are washed away by the flood at Bandong Township in Minqing County, southeast China's Fujian Province, July 11, 2016. Nepartak, the first typhoon of the year, brought heavy rain to Minqing, causing 79,000 mu of crops flooded, over 3,144 houses destroyed and 95,000 people affected.


  14. Typhoon Nepartak leaves 83 dead, 19 missing in E. Chinese cityRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 17 | Xinhuanet

    MINQING, July 11, 2016 -- A car is damaged by the flood at Bandong Township in Minqing County, southeast China's Fujian Province, July 11, 2016. Nepartak, the first typhoon of the year, brought heavy rain to Minqing, causing 79,000 mu of crops flooded, over 3,144 houses destroyed and 95,000 people affected.


  15. China: Death Toll in Typhoon Nepartak Stands at 83Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | Outlook

    At least 83 people have been killed and 19 others are still missing after typhoon Nepartak struck east China's Fujian Province last week, taking the death toll in recent rains and floods in the country to 309. The worst-hit Minqing County in Fuzhou, capital of Fujian, has reported 73 deaths, with another 17 still missing, state-run Xinhua news agency reported.


  16. Asia-Europe talks end with no mention of South China Sea ruling by Hague tribunalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 16 | South China Morning Post

    But dozens of mainland and international legal scholars meeting in Hong Kong say 'unfair' ruling carries potentially grave legal and political implications The first major summit between Asian and European leaders following a landmark international tribunal ruling that denied China's expansive claims to the South China Sea ended on Saturday without direct mention of the maritime disputes. Leaders reaffirmed a commitment to promote maritime security and cooperation, freedom of navigation and overflight and to refrain from using threatening force in the closing statement issued at the close of the two-day Asia-Europe Meeting in the Mongolian capital of Ulan Bator.


  17. Noble House Recalls Counter Stools Due to Laceration HazardRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2016 | US Consumer Product Safety Commission

    Noble House toll-free at 888-600-6376 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. PT Monday through Friday or online at www.noblehousefurniture.com and click on the Safety Recall link at the bottom of the page. This recall involves Noble House's Louigi and Tate counter stools with solid wood legs and a metallic kick pate.


  18. Typhoon Nepartak leaves 21 dead in FujianRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 14 | Xinhuanet

    Nepartak landed in Fujian on Saturday afternoon, unleashing downpours. According to an official with the provincial flood control office, precipitation hit a record high in two counties, Yongtai and Minqing.


  19. China IC foundry capacity growing fast, says SEMIRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 13 | DigiTimes

    Among all regions, China has the world's second-largest foundry capacity and is the fastest growing market, according to a recent SEMI report. China's overall foundry capacity will grow from 950,000 8-inch-equivalent wafers per month in 2015 to 1.2 million units by the end of 2017, SEMI said.


  20. Visitors try on VR equipments at experience center in SE ChinaRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Xinhuanet

    FUZHOU, July 12, 2016 -- A technician adjusts a panorama Virtual Reality camera at the VR experience center in Changle, southeast China's Fujian Province, July 12, 2016. Located in Changle, China Fujian VR Experience Center is the largest of its kind in China as to explore the advanced VR technology.