China grants permanent residency to 1,881 foreigners over last 2 months

China has granted permanent residency to 1,881 foreigners over the past two months, said the country’s State Immigration Administration. The number is equivalent to the total that were granted in the whole of last year. The 1,881 permanent residents include Nobel Prize winners, researchers, doctoral supervisors, entrepreneurs, as well as their spouses and children. The … Continue reading China grants permanent residency to 1,881 foreigners over last 2 months

China’s 2-seat FC-1 Xiaolong trainer completes maiden flight

The two-seat FC-1 Xiaolong trainer, China’s latest model of the FC-1 Xiaolong line, completed its maiden flight in Chengdu, Sichuan province on April 27. Developed on the basis of the single-seat FC-1 Xiaolong aircraft, the new model is a lightweight multi-role combat jet that can be used in both battle and training. It is also … Continue reading China’s 2-seat FC-1 Xiaolong trainer completes maiden flight

1.1 IN 100 BEIJING RESIDENTS NOW MULTIMILLIONAIRES

Statistics show that Beijing ranked first among Chinese cities in terms of multimillionaire density, with 1.1 out of 100 citizens owning assets worth over 10 million RMB in 2016. According to “Going Global: Trends of Chinese High Net Worth Individuals 2016,” are port issued by Hurun Research Institute on Nov. 5, there were approximately 1.34 … Continue reading 1.1 IN 100 BEIJING RESIDENTS NOW MULTIMILLIONAIRES

Total fertility rate in China hits over 1.7 in 2016: watchdog

(Chinanews.com/Liu Mengxuan) The number of newborns in 2016 hit 18.46 million and the total fertility rate reached over 1.7 as the country’s two-child policy took effect, according to a statistics bulletin released by China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission on Aug. 21, China News reported. Statistics shows that 18.46 million babies were born in … Continue reading Total fertility rate in China hits over 1.7 in 2016: watchdog

More than 1,700 enterprises have applied for the CIIE

By April 17, over 900 applicants had already signed contracts for the China International Import Expo (CIIE), which will be held in Shanghai this November. The applicants will cover more than 157,000 square meters of exhibition area, said Sun Chenghai, deputy director of the CIIE Bureau, adding that the number of enterprises applying for the … Continue reading More than 1,700 enterprises have applied for the CIIE

E-commerce giant to invest $3.1 billion to boost northeast China

Liu Qiangdong, chairman of e-commerce giant JD.com, says his company will invest over 20 billion yuan ($3.1 billion) to boost the economy in northeast China by promoting industrial upgrade, creating new jobs, and improving retail services, Beijing-based news.ynet.com reported. Liu is full of confidence that his group will play a role in revitalizing northeast China. … Continue reading E-commerce giant to invest $3.1 billion to boost northeast China

China’s Engel’s coefficient stands at 30.1%, close to UN well-off line

China’s Engel’s coefficient in 2016 stood at 30.1%, down by 2.9% over 2012, said Ning Jizhe, head of the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) at a press conference held by the country’s State Council Information Office on Oct. 10. According to Ning, the figure is close to the well-off line of 20 to 30 percent … Continue reading China’s Engel’s coefficient stands at 30.1%, close to UN well-off line

Sanjiangyuan area now home to over 1,000 snow leopards

The number of snow leopards in China’s Sangjiangyuan area, the source of the Yangtze, Yellow and Lancang Rivers, has now exceeded 1,000, experts estimate. According to Lyu Zhi, biology conservation professor of Peking University, more than 50,000 pictures of snow leopards have been captured by infrared cameras over an area of 5,000 square kilometers since … Continue reading Sanjiangyuan area now home to over 1,000 snow leopards