• Lucky wealth tree in Guangzhou

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    published: 15 May 2016
  • Wealth waterfall in Guangzhou

    published: 19 May 2016
  • Private Apartment - Wealth Century Square - Guangzhou Hotels, China

    Private Apartment - Wealth Century Square 4 Stars Hotel in Guangzhou ,China Within US Travel Directory Only a 1-minute stroll from New City Shopping Plaza, Private Apartment features self-catering accommodation with well-equipped facilities. The property arranges travel plans for guests and provides convenient services. Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas. Private Apartment is a 15-minute drive from Teemall. It takes 20 minutes by taxi to Guangzhou Railway Station. Baiyun International Airport is about 40 minutes’ drive away. Free public parking is possible. All units come with a bedroom, a living room with a sofa and a kitchen with a stove. Complete with a refrigerator, a dishwasher and a toaster, the dining area also has an electric kettle. Flat-screen TVs, washing machines, clot...

    published: 30 May 2017
  • The Gap between China’s Rich and Poor

    About one-fifth of China’s workforce is made up of migrant workers. Urbanization promises chances of higher incomes than what can be found in rural areas. But the migrants usually find themselves at the very bottom of the ladder, in terms of social status, welfare and living conditions. The wealth gap is especially obvious when you compare the lifestyle of a migrant worker with that of a city resident. CCTV’s Wang Yizhi visits one downtown community in Beijing, where she found the stark contrast between above-ground and underground in just one building. Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib....

    published: 16 Mar 2015
  • China's population and wealth growth

    Though the Chinese government is encouraging industry and growth in its western provinces, its eastern coast cities, Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou are its greatest concentrations of wealth and of NZ-government support for Kiwi businesses.

    published: 28 Mar 2013
  • Cute cute gold wealth pet episode 13 ( Guangzhou)

    published: 18 May 2016
  • INSIDE and OUTSIDE the CANTON FAIR

    In today’s VLOG, April 24th, Canton Fair 2017. Eva, Anny and I go to the Canton Fair day 2. Canton booth facts. Outside the Canton Fair visiting interpreters, promoters and students working outside. Buyer card scams. Where have all the product salesmen gone? Police presence at the fair. JaYoe Nation citizen Nick from Vancouver Canada makes a surprise visit. Eva Canton Fair naptime tactic. Chinglish and the Canton Fair. Canton Fair food court served airplane food. Eva takes a tour of the fair. Second surprise visit from Jeff, another member of the JaYoe Nation. My first Guangzhou experience: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxtHZ2ePQnw Last day in Guangzhou: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1Kxvr5XV3s Canton Fair Ningbo Focus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0edbxh8sg0 Overview ...

    published: 24 Apr 2017
  • Guangzhou Circle Building Draws Criticism and Praise

    Few countries can match the current pace of construction in China. A new circular building in southern China's Guangdong province is now complete, drawing comments from supporters and critics alike. Giving a nod to both its shape and location, the structure has been officially named the Guangzhou Circle Building. Situated in the city of Guangzhou and adjacent to the Pearl River, it stands 33 stories tall and has a 150-foot wide hole in the middle of it. According to its architect, it was built to represent a jade coin, a symbol for China's history of power and wealth. It's also been noted that when viewed with its reflection off the river it resembles the number 8, an auspicious one in Chinese culture. Others are not so entranced by its dazzling shape and symbolism. Among many, ...

    published: 01 Jan 2014
  • Going for Growth in the  Pearl River Delta - HSBC NOW

    China’s Pearl River Delta is one of the most dynamic regions of China and its rapid growth has created a burgeoning middle class with a wealth of opportunities. We took a trip down the Delta to discover evidence of the region’s economic potential and its opportunities for HSBC’s business expansion.

    published: 14 Mar 2016
  • Rolle Guangzhou

    rolle tour china 2015, one more city in the giant China. Founded in 214 BC, this capital of the richest province is always a mix of new and old. its isolation from the rest of 'typical China' by mountainous topography and early exposure to the outside world has resulted in its unique way of lifestyle, liberal ideas, distinctive cuisine and tremendous wealth this and that you can check all this in our new video, "don't stay home #gorolle" Rolle turnê china 2015, mais uma cidade do gigante China. Fundada em 214 aC, este capital da província mais rica é sempre uma mistura de novo e velho. seu isolamento do resto do 'China típica "pela topografia montanhosa e exposição precoce ao mundo exterior resultou em sua forma única de estilo de vida, as idéias liberais, culinária peculiar e uma enorm...

    published: 01 Aug 2015
  • FEATURE Changing Face of China AP focus on demand for diamonds

    FILE: Beijing, China - 2 May, 2008 1. Mid shot of customer walking into shopping mall; pull focus of diamond in foreground 2. Wide of exterior of a diamond shop 3. Close up of diamond ring on a turntable 4. Various of a customer trying on ring 5. Close up of diamond stones 6. Close up of Jin Jian, General Manager of Motiganz diamond group, looking at diamond stone through magnifying glass 7. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Jin Jian, manager of Motiganz diamond group: "Now everyone is buying diamonds, no-one is buying gold or jade like before. It's because people think that diamonds last forever. So diamonds represent love, and marriage, and a woman's happiness. It shows the love from a man to a woman." FILE: Panyu, Guangzhou city, Guangdong Province, China - November 13, 2007 8. Wide of ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Luxury Carmakers Cater for Chinese Rich List

    For more news and videos visit ☛ http://english.ntdtv.com Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Add us on Facebook ☛ http://me.lt/9P8MUn China's super-rich are making their way to the annual Guangzhou Auto Show... where some of the world's most expensive cars are making their debut. But even if you don't have hundreds of thousands of dollars for these automobiles... they're still quite a sight to behold. For China's ultra rich, forget the likes of BMW or Mercedes, today's millionaires need more exclusive fare—Bentleys, Maybachs, and Rolls-Royce. These ultra luxury cars were lined up at the annual Guangzhou Auto Show, ready for inspection by Mainland buyers. The star of this year's show is a special Year of the Dragon Rolls Royce. The firm's Bespoke division ...

    published: 24 Nov 2011
  • Australia week in China to kick off in Guangzhou

    Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is leading the country's largest trade mission to China, almost 1,000 people from a variety of businesses. Their common goal: to capitalize on business opportunities with Australia's biggest trading partner. CCTV's Greg Navarro reports.

    published: 10 Apr 2016
  • Torrential Rainstorm Causes Chaos in South China's Guangzhou

    A severe bout of torrential rain battered Guangzhou City, capital of south China's Guangdong Province on Sunday morning, causing widespread disruption for locals across several districts. The rainstorm began early in the morning and saw the city issuing a red alert for rain, the highest level on China's four-tier warning system, with the precipitation levels in the Huangpu and Zengcheng districts exceeding 400 millimeters within seven hours. Floodwater inundated the streets of Zengcheng District, causing significant traffic disruption for more than five hours and leaving many motorists stranded. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20170508/8049868.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://...

    published: 08 May 2017
  • Is Hakka Gang in Guangzhou City Being Cleaned?

    Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews The Communist Party Secretary of Guangzhou, one of China's most populous and wealthy cities, has been held for investigation by the Central Commission for Discipline Investigation. On Monday, the Central Organization Department official confirmed that Wan Qingliang has been stripped of his title. The reason for his downfall and the impact on Guangdong officialdom has drawn much attention. The abrupt downfall of the official, Wan Qingliang, stood out from some other recent prominent investigations over graft allegations because Mr. Wan still held a position of considerable power, reported New York Times. He was the most powerful functionary of Guangzhou, a sprawling...

    published: 02 Jul 2014
  • China Heritage: Overseas Chinese Towns of Tai Shan & Kai Ping

    Visit the UNESCO-listed Kai Ping Diao dou (開平碉樓) and the beautiful spots like Mei's Grand Courtyard (梅家大院) in the historic towns in Taishan (台山) in Southern China! Many people in the once-underprivileged region were sold to foreign country, particularly America, for gold rush. They later brought back their wealth to their hometown and converted them into gorgeous western-influenced towns that remain until today even though they appear to be partly abandoned since 1940s. Towns like Tai Shan and Kai Ping has the finest surviving examples of western-influenced pre-war Chinese tenement, which was once common in Hong Kong. Check out photos from my trip to Tai Shan and Kai Ping on my website: http://www.explorewithcvz.com/explorechina-taishan-kaiping Follow me on Instagram: https://instagram....

    published: 20 Sep 2016
Lucky wealth tree in Guangzhou

Lucky wealth tree in Guangzhou

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Wealth waterfall in Guangzhou

Wealth waterfall in Guangzhou

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Private Apartment - Wealth Century Square - Guangzhou Hotels, China

Private Apartment - Wealth Century Square - Guangzhou Hotels, China

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Private Apartment - Wealth Century Square 4 Stars Hotel in Guangzhou ,China Within US Travel Directory Only a 1-minute stroll from New City Shopping Plaza, Private Apartment features self-catering accommodation with well-equipped facilities. The property arranges travel plans for guests and provides convenient services. Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas. Private Apartment is a 15-minute drive from Teemall. It takes 20 minutes by taxi to Guangzhou Railway Station. Baiyun International Airport is about 40 minutes’ drive away. Free public parking is possible. All units come with a bedroom, a living room with a sofa and a kitchen with a stove. Complete with a refrigerator, a dishwasher and a toaster, the dining area also has an electric kettle. Flat-screen TVs, washing machines, clothes dryers and ironing facilities are all provided. Staff at the 24-hour front desk will be happy to assist with luggage storage and currency exchange. The tour desk offers car rentals and ticketing services. Laundry, dry cleaning and concierge service are all provided. A safety deposit box is available upon request. Local eatery can be reached nearby within walking distance. Marco Polo Shenzhen - Shenzhen Hotels, China located in : Fuhua 1st Road, zip 518048, Shenzhen, China Important Declaration. Our Channel and Web are providing a free of Charge services, We aren't the owner of any of those hotels, neither have any reservation accessibility, We are only supporting visitors and guests. If you own any of those hotels and have any comment or note to be consider you are more than welcome to bring it to our attention by email ustraveldirectory@gmail.com for our immediate action.
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The Gap between China’s Rich and Poor

The Gap between China’s Rich and Poor

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About one-fifth of China’s workforce is made up of migrant workers. Urbanization promises chances of higher incomes than what can be found in rural areas. But the migrants usually find themselves at the very bottom of the ladder, in terms of social status, welfare and living conditions. The wealth gap is especially obvious when you compare the lifestyle of a migrant worker with that of a city resident. CCTV’s Wang Yizhi visits one downtown community in Beijing, where she found the stark contrast between above-ground and underground in just one building. Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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China's population and wealth growth

China's population and wealth growth

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Though the Chinese government is encouraging industry and growth in its western provinces, its eastern coast cities, Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou are its greatest concentrations of wealth and of NZ-government support for Kiwi businesses.
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Cute cute gold wealth pet episode 13  ( Guangzhou)

Cute cute gold wealth pet episode 13 ( Guangzhou)

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INSIDE and OUTSIDE the CANTON FAIR

INSIDE and OUTSIDE the CANTON FAIR

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In today’s VLOG, April 24th, Canton Fair 2017. Eva, Anny and I go to the Canton Fair day 2. Canton booth facts. Outside the Canton Fair visiting interpreters, promoters and students working outside. Buyer card scams. Where have all the product salesmen gone? Police presence at the fair. JaYoe Nation citizen Nick from Vancouver Canada makes a surprise visit. Eva Canton Fair naptime tactic. Chinglish and the Canton Fair. Canton Fair food court served airplane food. Eva takes a tour of the fair. Second surprise visit from Jeff, another member of the JaYoe Nation. My first Guangzhou experience: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxtHZ2ePQnw Last day in Guangzhou: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1Kxvr5XV3s Canton Fair Ningbo Focus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0edbxh8sg0 Overview of the Canton Fair: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzIN7v_qyOQ First time to the Canton Fair: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kc8skj_VQFc Nick’s Company: Vancouvercandleco.com The JY_VLOG is a series of semi-daily videos about my life living abroad in China. Early videos follow my expedition up Everest, and future videos will follow me as I cycle around the world from Ningbo, China to Los Angeles, USA. But for now, the VLOGs follow my everyday life in China, and give you a glimpse thru my lens at what its like to live in Asia, and all the hilarity and drama that ensues. Ohh.. and I have a reef tank, fly drones and ride trikes… so if that wets your fancy, subscribe to see more every day. JaYoe! MUSIC: Jordyn Edmonds - Show You https://jordynedmonds.bandcamp.com/track/show-you David Cutter Music - Crickle David Cutter Music - The World David Cutter Music - Banana Cake https://www.davidcuttermusic.co.uk/ follow my… Website at http://www.jayoe.com YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/JaYoeNation Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/jayoelife/ Twitter at https://twitter.com/jayoelife Personal Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/mcgalat JaYoe Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/JaYoeLife/ My Audio Podcast on Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/podcast-jayoe!/id1044254053?mt=2 If you wonder what JaYoe means : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4m7t4Vt1Ir8 MY GEAR: DJI Mavic Drone: http://jayoe.com/mavic GoPro Hero4 http://jayoe.co m/hero4dir Feiyu Tech G4S http://jayoe.com/feiyudir Canon 5D MkIII http://jayoe.com/5d3dir The Canon G7X http://jayoe.com/g7xdir My Trike | the Scorpion 20fs: http://jayoe.com/scorpion20fsdir My trike AIDOO trailer: http://jayoe.com/aidoodir If you would like to see more information about the my trike, check out my video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xg1Wzsz00dM This is JY_VLOG #313 A SEMI-DAILY CHINA VLOG #chinavlog #china #vlogging #ningbo #chinavlogger #jayoe #Jayoenation #travelvlogger #travelvlog #zhejiang
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Guangzhou Circle Building Draws Criticism and Praise

Guangzhou Circle Building Draws Criticism and Praise

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Few countries can match the current pace of construction in China. A new circular building in southern China's Guangdong province is now complete, drawing comments from supporters and critics alike. Giving a nod to both its shape and location, the structure has been officially named the Guangzhou Circle Building. Situated in the city of Guangzhou and adjacent to the Pearl River, it stands 33 stories tall and has a 150-foot wide hole in the middle of it. According to its architect, it was built to represent a jade coin, a symbol for China's history of power and wealth. It's also been noted that when viewed with its reflection off the river it resembles the number 8, an auspicious one in Chinese culture. Others are not so entranced by its dazzling shape and symbolism. Among many, the building has earned the nickname 'Tuhao Circle'. When written in Chinese, the first character of tuhao translates as uncouth and the second as bold. The word as of late is often used to make a negative comment about the nouveau riche. One student said, "It's quite unusual. I'm quite intrigued to see a building with a circular hole in the middle. Personally, I think it's for the flashy rich people."
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Going for Growth in the  Pearl River Delta - HSBC NOW

Going for Growth in the  Pearl River Delta - HSBC NOW

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China’s Pearl River Delta is one of the most dynamic regions of China and its rapid growth has created a burgeoning middle class with a wealth of opportunities. We took a trip down the Delta to discover evidence of the region’s economic potential and its opportunities for HSBC’s business expansion.
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Rolle Guangzhou

Rolle Guangzhou

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rolle tour china 2015, one more city in the giant China. Founded in 214 BC, this capital of the richest province is always a mix of new and old. its isolation from the rest of 'typical China' by mountainous topography and early exposure to the outside world has resulted in its unique way of lifestyle, liberal ideas, distinctive cuisine and tremendous wealth this and that you can check all this in our new video, "don't stay home #gorolle" Rolle turnê china 2015, mais uma cidade do gigante China. Fundada em 214 aC, este capital da província mais rica é sempre uma mistura de novo e velho. seu isolamento do resto do 'China típica "pela topografia montanhosa e exposição precoce ao mundo exterior resultou em sua forma única de estilo de vida, as idéias liberais, culinária peculiar e uma enorme riqueza. isto e aquilo, você pode verificar no nosso novo vídeo, "don't stay home #gorolle"
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FEATURE Changing Face of China AP focus on demand for diamonds

FEATURE Changing Face of China AP focus on demand for diamonds

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FILE: Beijing, China - 2 May, 2008 1. Mid shot of customer walking into shopping mall; pull focus of diamond in foreground 2. Wide of exterior of a diamond shop 3. Close up of diamond ring on a turntable 4. Various of a customer trying on ring 5. Close up of diamond stones 6. Close up of Jin Jian, General Manager of Motiganz diamond group, looking at diamond stone through magnifying glass 7. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Jin Jian, manager of Motiganz diamond group: "Now everyone is buying diamonds, no-one is buying gold or jade like before. It's because people think that diamonds last forever. So diamonds represent love, and marriage, and a woman's happiness. It shows the love from a man to a woman." FILE: Panyu, Guangzhou city, Guangdong Province, China - November 13, 2007 8. Wide of interior of KTL Jewellery Manufacturer 9. Close up of worker putting diamonds onto a necklace that is resting on wax mould 10. Close up of woman examining diamond in KingsArt factory 11. Close up of diamond 12. Mid of worker looking at a diamond 13. Close up of worker's face, pan down hands working on diamond 14. Close up of putting in stones onto shellfish diamond 15. Wide of Tony Law, plant manager of KingsArt Jewellery, examining production line 16. Close up of diamond broach being polished 17. SOUNDBITE: (Cantonese) Tony Law, plant manager of KingsArt Jewellery factory in Panyu: "Panyu area of Guangzhou city has become a very mature production base in terms of transportation, and its good location, so it is very suitable for jewellery manufacturers to set up plants here. Besides, there is a large and proficient workforce, sufficient land supply for jewellery manufacturers to invest in this area, and that's why we chose Panyu as our jewellery production base." 18. Various of a worker putting diamond in plastic mould FILE: Jerusalem - 30 April, 2008 19. Mid of Martin Rapaport founder of the Rapaport Diamond Report 20. Cutaway of hands 21. SOUNDBITE: (English) Martin Rapaport, founder of the Rapaport Diamond Report: "China is already a major production centre with some twenty or thirty-thousand diamond cutters spread throughout the country. China is the factory of the world, and they're creating a broad range of products that are in the jewellery industry. They're very consistent, they're very high quality, and they do a very good job cutting diamonds in a very nice way. So China is a very major production centre for medium to smaller-sized diamonds in consistent qualities." FILE: Beijing - March 1, 2008 22. Couple posing as bride and groom holding hands at "China International Wedding Expo" 23. Close up of a man dressed as a groom putting ring on woman wearing a wedding dress's finger and pan up to her face 24. Mid of diamond rings, pan up to young women trying on rings 25. Close up of rings on woman's fingers FILE: Beijing - 30 April, 2008 26. Mid of jewellery display 27. Close up of ring turning in cabinet STORYLINE: In some parts of the world the saying goes that diamonds are a girl's best friend, and in China, the stones are certainly proving popular. China's expanding wealthy classes are buying almost a tenth of the world's diamonds, and in the future, as the middle-classes become wealthier, one in five of the total number of diamonds purchased worldwide will be in China. Chinese have traditionally bought gold wedding rings, and worn jade jewellery, but tastes are changing and younger people are favouring diamonds now, in both wedding rings and jewellery. In this diamond shop in central Beijing, sparkling diamonds have replaced white gold as the jewel of choice for people who are in their twenties and getting married. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7ecfdcd0de5bbb3946274c1913bf7b0e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Luxury Carmakers Cater for Chinese Rich List

Luxury Carmakers Cater for Chinese Rich List

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For more news and videos visit ☛ http://english.ntdtv.com Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Add us on Facebook ☛ http://me.lt/9P8MUn China's super-rich are making their way to the annual Guangzhou Auto Show... where some of the world's most expensive cars are making their debut. But even if you don't have hundreds of thousands of dollars for these automobiles... they're still quite a sight to behold. For China's ultra rich, forget the likes of BMW or Mercedes, today's millionaires need more exclusive fare—Bentleys, Maybachs, and Rolls-Royce. These ultra luxury cars were lined up at the annual Guangzhou Auto Show, ready for inspection by Mainland buyers. The star of this year's show is a special Year of the Dragon Rolls Royce. The firm's Bespoke division debuted the Phantom at the Guangzhou Auto Show. Rolls-Royce prepared eight Phantom models that the firm's manager says were designed specifically to meet the requirements of Chinese customers. [Thomas Jefferson, Bespoke Manager, Rolls-Royce]: "They would like to have a car that perhaps the exterior is understated, but they want the interior to have hand-crafted fine detailed elements that demonstrate craftsmanship." In China, with the added luxury tax, these chauffeur-driven cars can cost nearly three times as much as in the US. British carmaker Bentley is making just 10 hand-assembled sedans meant only for China. [Richard Leopold, Brand Director, Bentley China]: "The reason we do the exclusive limited editions is because that's exactly what the Chinese like. They like to have something built for them, that is very specific." The 2011 Guangzhou Auto Show comes at a critical time for the Chinese car market, which after years of explosive expansion has seen signs of slowing growth.
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Australia week in China to kick off in Guangzhou

Australia week in China to kick off in Guangzhou

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Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is leading the country's largest trade mission to China, almost 1,000 people from a variety of businesses. Their common goal: to capitalize on business opportunities with Australia's biggest trading partner. CCTV's Greg Navarro reports.
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Torrential Rainstorm Causes Chaos in South China's Guangzhou

Torrential Rainstorm Causes Chaos in South China's Guangzhou

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A severe bout of torrential rain battered Guangzhou City, capital of south China's Guangdong Province on Sunday morning, causing widespread disruption for locals across several districts. The rainstorm began early in the morning and saw the city issuing a red alert for rain, the highest level on China's four-tier warning system, with the precipitation levels in the Huangpu and Zengcheng districts exceeding 400 millimeters within seven hours. Floodwater inundated the streets of Zengcheng District, causing significant traffic disruption for more than five hours and leaving many motorists stranded. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20170508/8049868.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
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Is Hakka Gang in Guangzhou City Being Cleaned?

Is Hakka Gang in Guangzhou City Being Cleaned?

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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews The Communist Party Secretary of Guangzhou, one of China's most populous and wealthy cities, has been held for investigation by the Central Commission for Discipline Investigation. On Monday, the Central Organization Department official confirmed that Wan Qingliang has been stripped of his title. The reason for his downfall and the impact on Guangdong officialdom has drawn much attention. The abrupt downfall of the official, Wan Qingliang, stood out from some other recent prominent investigations over graft allegations because Mr. Wan still held a position of considerable power, reported New York Times. He was the most powerful functionary of Guangzhou, a sprawling city of some 13 million long-term residents, and a pillar of manufacturing and exports in southern China. NY Times added, politics in Guangdong Province have long been complicated by its distance from Beijing and its distinctive Cantonese language and mores, which have made it more difficult for Mandarin-speaking officials sent from northern China to fit in. The result has been unusually complex and capricious factional maneuvering. Joseph Cheng,Professor of Political Science, City University of Hong Kong, tells NTD, the gang has a very heavy influence in Guangdong. The wealth of Guangdong means the local officials have no interest in promotion to the Central, which is contrary to officials elsewhere in China. Professor Joseph Cheng: "Staying in Guangdong to gain fortune outweighs promotion to the Central. Local cadres have entrenched influence in Guangdong, and very little interest in going to Beijing. They are reluctant to carry out adverse orders from the Central. It has happened many times." Hong Kong's Apple Daily reported Wan Qingliang was accused of taking huge bribes, group corruption in Jieyang City, and sex scandals. The Hakka gang, backbone of Guangdong officialdom with its leader Huang Huahua, former provincial governor, is likely to collapse under the anti-corruption crackdown. Huang Huahua was appointed Guangdong party secretary in December 2012 to replace previous party secretary Wang Yang. Ding Xueliang, a professor of politics at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, told Bloomberg, "Hu, like Wang before him, was an outsider with few local connections and he may even have helped bring this case to the attention of the higher levels," Ding said. "It's been quite normal over the past 35 years for the central authorities in Beijing to launch investigations into the coastal provinces of Guangdong, Fujian and Hainan, where they are worried about corruption and localism." The former manager of Guangdong Food Supply Company Fan Yiping believes Wan Qingliang was sacked due to the Central's intention to place their own troops, i.e., an outcome of the battle of power and interests. Fan Yiping also discloses Wan Qingliang's bad reputation in Jieyang City, Guangdong. Fan Yiping: "He had been a corrupt official in Jieyang. As a new prefecture-level city, Jieyang became a big construction site with infrastructure projects during his term of office. Problems were very likely. I have some connections in Jieyang. People have been complaining about him. The current Jieyang party secretary is also being accused of violations, probably associated with his case." Wan Qingliang's downfall was said to relate to a group corruption case in Jieyang. Taiwan's China Times quoted insiders, Wan Qingliang had ruled Jieyang for 5 years. Before he left Jieyang, multiple major projects were initiated within a year, including the Chaozhou-Shantou airport, CNPC world class petroleum refinery project, the Wuyu nuclear power project, CNOOC LNG terminal, China Resources Power, and the eastern coal storage and distribution center of CPI. Since the end of 2012, four Jieyang municipal leaders have been investigated. China Times added, Wan Qingliang had created and directed many major projects in Jieyang "out of nothing". The Epoch Times had disclosed that in order to please Guangdong political tsar, Chen Shaoji, Wan Qingliang bribed Chen's mistress with a 500,000 HK dollar bracelet. Chen Shaoji was known as Zhou Yongkang's hardcore follower. Later, Wan Qingliang was further promoted for his active participation in the persecution of Falun Gong which had pleased Zeng Qinghong, and Jiang Zemin. 《神韵》2014世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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China Heritage: Overseas Chinese Towns of Tai Shan & Kai Ping

China Heritage: Overseas Chinese Towns of Tai Shan & Kai Ping

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Visit the UNESCO-listed Kai Ping Diao dou (開平碉樓) and the beautiful spots like Mei's Grand Courtyard (梅家大院) in the historic towns in Taishan (台山) in Southern China! Many people in the once-underprivileged region were sold to foreign country, particularly America, for gold rush. They later brought back their wealth to their hometown and converted them into gorgeous western-influenced towns that remain until today even though they appear to be partly abandoned since 1940s. Towns like Tai Shan and Kai Ping has the finest surviving examples of western-influenced pre-war Chinese tenement, which was once common in Hong Kong. Check out photos from my trip to Tai Shan and Kai Ping on my website: http://www.explorewithcvz.com/explorechina-taishan-kaiping Follow me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/c.v.z Music: Feel Good Rock by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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