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From 14 July to 10 September 2017 Comprising 296 pages and 300 colour illustrations, this catalogue accompanies The Forbidden City in Monaco – Court Life of the Emperors and Empresses of China, an exhibition remarkable for its scale, the quality of pieces on loan, and its approach to the life of the Qing dynasty (1644-1911)

Ceremony of ‘Quam IR Awards 2016’ Successfully Held in Recognition of Exceptional Performance of 14 Listed Companies, Gaining Wide Support from Business Elites and Media in Hong Kong and China

HONG KONG, May 31, 2017 – (ACN Newswire) – The award presentation ceremony of Quam IR Awards 2016 (QIRA) successfully took place on 25 May, 2017 at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong. Business elites of the awarded listed companies received the distinction, shared their joy at the ceremony. Eminent figures from the business community and


THE FORBIDDEN CITY IN MONACO   COURT LIFE OF THE EMPERORS AND EMPRESSES OF CHINA GRIMALDI FORUM MONACO 14 July – 10 September 2017 Remarkable for its unprecedented scale and the quality of pieces on loan, The Forbidden City in Monaco – Court Life of the Emperors and Empresses of China, explores the last Chinese

Office for Outer Space Affairs and China renew commitment to cooperation in space activities

VIENNA, 21 April (UN Information Service) – The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) and China have renewed their commitment to cooperation in bringing the benefits of space to all humankind. During an official visit to China by UNOOSA Director Simonetta Di Pippo, UNOOSA and China are reiterating their shared commitment to the

Spotlight on China: An e-commerce powerhouse – NIELSEN

April 17, Beijing — China is seen as the world’s most powerful e-commerce market today, and furthermore, considering that the country is home to 1.4 billion people and has online penetration of only 52%, there is significant room for e-commerce to grow, according to the latest Nielsen Global Connected Commerce Survey, which polled online respondents

China forecasts fourth year of stable or declining CO2 emissions, as world awaits Trump climate action – Greenpeace

Beijing, 28 February 2017 – China is forecasting a significant drop in CO2 emissions of approximately 1%, according to Greenpeace East Asia’s analysis of China’s National Energy Administration forecasts for 2017. [1] This would be the fourth year in a row of either zero growth or a decline in CO2 emissions. The encouraging news reinforces

India overtakes China as home to the world’s most dynamic cities

Ramesh Nair – COO & International Director, JLL India India is home to six of the world’s 30 most dynamic cities. In JLL’s City Momentum Index (CMI) 2017, the country’s primary IT and technology hub – Bengaluru – sits right at the top. It is followed by Hyderabad at No. 5; Pune at No. 13;

Nielsen: Premium Products Are Boosting in China

56% of Chinese say they buy premium products in order to feel successful or show their success to others. 48% of consumers say they’re willing to pay a premium for electronics, followed by clothing (38%) and cosmetics (38%)   Beijing – Feb 7th, 2017 – Chinese consumers are looking for a taste of the good life,

thyssenkrupp to invest further in automotive components business in China

New 30 million euro production site to be built in Pinghu Production of springs and stabilizers for the auto industry in China to start in 2018 thyssenkrupp is further expanding its automotive components business in China. The industrial group plans to build a new plant for springs and stabilizers in the Chinese city of Pinghu.

China raises hopes for continued climate change action at Davos – Greenpeace

17 January 2017, Davos – Chinese President Xi Jinping today addressed the opening of the World Economic Forum in Davos. Under the theme “responsive and responsible leadership”, Xi offered his view on a set of global issues including climate change, urging all parties to stick to the Paris Agreement instead of walking away from it,