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Focus shifts to finding ways to make heritage pay

Many people associate Sanya with beautiful weather, stretches of golden beach and kilometres of blue water. The world also knows Sanya as the venue of international events such as the Miss World 2015 pageant. To augment all these attractions, Sanya's government is focusing on developing key cultural projects. 

Many people associate Sanya with beautiful weather, stretches of golden beach and kilometres of blue water. The world also knows Sanya as the venue of international events such as the Miss World 2015 pageant. To augment all these attractions, Sanya's government is focusing on developing key cultural projects. 

Focus shifts to finding ways to make heritage pay
14 Jul 2015 - 10:21AM
Global brands get Chinese tastes

As mainlanders' living standards and consumption continue to improve, the nation's soft drinks industry has entered an era of rapid growth. Since soft drinks are popular on the mainland, demand has been expanding rapidly. This demand has been recognised by soft drinks manufacturer Coca-Cola, which offered to buy Chinese protein drinks maker Xiamen Culiangwang Beverage Technology in a US$400 million deal. 

As mainlanders' living standards and consumption continue to improve, the nation's soft drinks industry has entered an era of rapid growth. Since soft drinks are popular on the mainland, demand has been expanding rapidly. This demand has been recognised by soft drinks manufacturer Coca-Cola, which offered to buy Chinese protein drinks maker Xiamen Culiangwang Beverage Technology in a US$400 million deal. 

Global brands get Chinese tastes
4 Jun 2015 - 10:47AM
Coal-shunning China explores solar power, alternative energy solutions to beat pollution

With solar energy production costs continuing to fall, the market is experiencing what many analysts are calling a boom. In many parts of the world, solar power is now cheaper than diesel oil, gas, coal or nuclear energy.

With solar energy production costs continuing to fall, the market is experiencing what many analysts are calling a boom. In many parts of the world, solar power is now cheaper than diesel oil, gas, coal or nuclear energy.

Coal-shunning China explores solar power, alternative energy solutions to beat pollution
4 May 2015 - 9:43AM
Mobile apps soar in China as games and messages excite investors

In 2014, there were 649 million internet users on mainland China, and 557 million of those were mobile users. Mobile app use is also growing extremely quickly across the border. Mobile games and messaging apps are making the biggest noise, with WeChat one of the most popular. Almost all mainland mobile users are using a messaging app. Mobile travel booking apps are the fastest-growing category, with their usage increasing 194.6 per cent.

In 2014, there were 649 million internet users on mainland China, and 557 million of those were mobile users. Mobile app use is also growing extremely quickly across the border. Mobile games and messaging apps are making the biggest noise, with WeChat one of the most popular. Almost all mainland mobile users are using a messaging app. Mobile travel booking apps are the fastest-growing category, with their usage increasing 194.6 per cent.

Mobile apps soar in China as games and messages excite investors
21 Apr 2015 - 11:18AM
Subsidies and government enthusiasm raising appeal of electric cars in China

Sales of electric vehicles across China are set to rise as Tesla Motors, a California-based EV design and manufacturing corporation, continues its march, as environmentally aware electric-vehicle (EV) consumers begin to reap government subsidies.

Sales of electric vehicles across China are set to rise as Tesla Motors, a California-based EV design and manufacturing corporation, continues its march, as environmentally aware electric-vehicle (EV) consumers begin to reap government subsidies.

Subsidies and government enthusiasm raising appeal of electric cars in China
17 Apr 2015 - 3:53PM