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Trading with China? Australia China Business Week, an event not to be missed.

Posted: October 28th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Business News | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on Trading with China? Australia China Business Week, an event not to be missed.

ACBW 2016 Sydney is a must attend event for SMEs executives and business owners wanting to develop or refine their China strategy.

Forum and Function :: ACBW Keynote Lunch and Forum

PM Turnbull Presents ACBW 2016 Keynote AddressThe Hon Andrew Robb AO, the man that Macolm Turnbull dubbed the “best Trade Minister in Australia’s history” for his role in concluding the decade-long ChAFTA negotiations is this years Australia China Business Week keynote speaker. for the previous two years Prime Minister Turnbull himself gave the keynote speech.

The Function ACBW Lunch will feature a high profile panel with Minister Aryes MP, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Major Events, China’s Consul General Gu Xiaojie as well as industry leaders, moderated by Mark Hawthorne, Editor at Large for Fairfax Media. Corporate tables are available for the event, as are individual bookings, the mix of attendees is a great reflection on the diverse interest in our two nations share.

The lunch allows delegates, VIP guests, and sponsors to network, hear from unique high-profile keynote speakers. Through case studies, keynote speeches and panel discussions the ACBW Keynote Luncheon offers a unique and valuable learning opportunity for those seeking to expanding into the China market.

The forum will run over two days, as a series of seminars bringing together industry professionals, business and government leaders to discuss valuable insights into the trends shaping our largest trading partner. The opportunities that our two nations might provide for Australian companies, the changing relationship between Australia and China and the implications for businesses operating between our two nations. The ACBW agenda is designed to encourage interactive discussion.

The brains behind this event – Australian Business Forum – ABF, provides a platform for Australian business to engage and form relationships in Australia China. Targeting Australian companies either currently engaged or looking to enter the China market, ABF has created a wide range of initiatives across its platform to facilitate Australian-Chinese engagement. ABF is an organization dedicated to strengthening business ties between Australia & China with a strong focus on enabling Small & Medium Enterprise – SMEs – to effectively engage with Chinese investors, the Chinese marketplace :: Read More >>


China plans on adding more than 300 million skiers to the dwindling sport

Posted: October 28th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Business News | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on China plans on adding more than 300 million skiers to the dwindling sport

China plans on adding more than 300 million skiers to the dwindling sport

Skier participation in China is set to soar, with the announcement that Beijing will include ice and snow sports as a compulsory part of the primary and middle school curriculum. Under a plan outlined by municipal authorities at the recent 2016 Winter Sports Expo in Beijing, students will dedicate at least one hour per week to the program.

So exactly how big a deal is adding 300 million skiers to the world? Perspective please people! The world currently has about 125 million skiers, and that number is dwindling rather rapidly.

The move will play a key part in realising President Xi JinpinÅg’s recently revealed desire to grow the country’s estimated 15 million skiers to 300 million by Beijing 2022, it will also give a large boost to the international ski population, actually, it will triple it.

Sun Xuecai, director of the Beijing Sports Bureau, also revealed the government’s plans to build ski resorts in Beijing’s suburbs and and ice rinks in six downtown areas. In addition, it will subsidise participation and competition costs for sports like skiing and hockey, which are generally considered too expensive for families earning an average income.

These large scale changes are likely to cause major shifts in the global ski environment. In a 2016 International Report on Mountain Tourism published by Laurent Vanat, China was recognised as one of the key prospects for growth between now and 2020, along with other locations in Asia and Eastern Europe including South Korea, Japan, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic.

As well as the obvious Winter Olympic Motivation, is it possible that President Xi is being overtly patriotic? After all, the Chinese did invent skiing, didn’t they?

In 2006 Chinese researchers stumbled upon cliff paintings of hunters in rugged remote northwestern China appear to prove that Chinese were adept skiers as early as the Stone Age, Xinhua said Monday :: Read More >>


North Korea Carries Out H-Bomb Test

Posted: January 7th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: China, Socially Engineerd | Tags: , , , , , | Comments Off on North Korea Carries Out H-Bomb Test

North Korea Carries Out H-Bomb Test-Kim Jong Un

South Korea, US and Chinese authorities have scrambled for confirmation of the test, however officials in Seoul have cast doubt on the claim it was a hydrogen bomb saying no radiation had been detected. If confirmed, the explosion marks a major step forward in the country’s nuclear development. The surprise test was personally ordered by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and came just two days before his birthday :::: Read the full article »»»»


China Pollution Doco Vanishes From Video Sharing Sites

Posted: March 10th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: China, Socially Engineerd | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on China Pollution Doco Vanishes From Video Sharing Sites

A popular but controversial documentary on China’s struggles with pollution was inaccessible on China’s video sharing websites on Saturday, sparking concern from Chinese Internet users it had been censored within a week of its launch.

Under the Dome, a film by journalist Chai Jing that explains air pollution in straightforward terms, spurred a national debate after its release last weekend and quickly garnered hundreds of millions of views on streaming video sites :: Read the full article »»»»


China Kills Last Remaining Gmail

Posted: January 3rd, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Technoid, Technology | Tags: , , , , , | Comments Off on China Kills Last Remaining Gmail

China Kills Google's GmailChina-tech watchers are saying China has all but blocked the last remaining ways for people to access Gmail, Google’s email service.

They say Gmail traffic in China was shut down last week after Chinese authorities apparently plugged the third-party applications that allowed users to get around existing hurdles. Only a trickle of emails have got through since.

Gmail is the world’s biggest email service and has been largely inaccessible from within China since the run-up in June to the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators.

But users could still access the service by using third-party mail applications, rather than the webpage. Gmail users could access emails downloaded via protocols like IMAP, SMTP and POP3, allowing users to communicate using Gmail on apps like Apple iPhone’s Mail and Microsoft Outlook :: Read the full article »»»»

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