Chongqing Airport sees millions passengers in July

Since the beginning of July, Chongqing Airport has seen travel peak over the summer season. According to statistics, it has witnessed the passenger throughput of 2.2881 million in this month (July), up 11.22% from the previous year. This trend continued strong heading on into August. Flights to plateau, Yunan, southeastern coastal tourist destinations and international […]

4th Chongqing Model United Nations Conference opens

The 4th Chongqing Model United Nations Conference (CQMUNC) opened in Chongqing Library over August 9 to 11, 2013. Activities during the conference included modeling the UN’s operation method, discussion procedure and role-playing as diplomats. Over 200 students exchanged their views on 7 international hot issues such as the global food crisis, and finally reached a […]

Railroad switch for trains of Chongqing-Xinjiang-Europe International Railway

The news group of Media Tour along Chongqing-Xinjiang-Europe (Yuxin’ou) International Railway arrived at Duosituoke Station in Kazakstan on August 9, 2013, witnessing the railroad switch station for the trains of Yuxin’ou. There are seven rail-changing lines at this station, among which, No. 4 line is designated for the trains of Yuxin’ou Railway. Every train of […]

Incubator park for eco-friendly micro firms to be completed

Chongqing’s first incubator park for environmentally-friendly micro-sized enterprises, located in Airport Industrial Park of Chongqing, will be put into service by the end of August 2013. With a total area of 11,000 square meters, this incubator park will be able to accommodate over 100 micro firms engaged in green industries including energy saving and emission […]

Philippines, U.S. to start negotiation on increased U.S. military presence

The Philippines announced Monday the country would proceed instantly to negotiations with the United States on terms for increased rotational presence of American forces in the country. At a news briefing at Camp Aguinaldo in Metro Manila on Monday, Philippine Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin and Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario announced the formal start […]

High waves expected in South China Sea

China’s maritime authority on Monday issued an early warning for high waves that may occur in the South China Sea. The National Marine Environmental Forecasting Center issued a yellow warning, the second-lowest level in the country’s four-tier color-coded typhoon warning system, for Typhoon Utor, which is expected to affect the sea area from noon on […]

Chinese representative could sit on New Zealand government Fonterra investigation: PM

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key said Monday that he wants a government inquiry into the Fonterra contamination scare to allay consumer fears in China, possibly with a Chinese representative. His announcement came as two other inquiries — one by Fonterra and one by the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) — were formally announced to […]

Emarsys and StartupsHK in dynamic new partnership to deliver business expertise to tech start-up community in Hong Kong

Hong Kong, 7 August 2013 – emarsys a global market leader of all-in-one email, mobile and social marketing automation applications has joined forces with StartupsHK Hong Kong’s biggest networking community of tech start-ups and entrepreneurs. The new year-long partnership was established with the aim to bolster Hong Kong’s young and dynamic tech community. As well as providing financial support […]

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