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Houston-Nanjing Friendship Day

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The mayor of the ciity of Houston, Annise Parker, on Saturday proclaimed May 15, 2010 as Houston-Nanjing Friendship Association Day.

Parker said Houston is a city of rich culture diversity and has been enriched by the presence and contributions of its citizens of Chinese ancestry in a proclamation to the newly-established association.

Houston recognizes their Chinese ancestry important role in the culture, civic, economic and spiritual life of our city," Parker said, "A good relationship between Houston and Nanjing from economic, trade, tourism and culture exchange aspects would significantly benefit the citizens of these two cities, and also enhance the understandings and good relationships between the United States and China.

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Sutong Yongtze Bridge wins American Society of Civil Engineers award

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Sutong Bridge connecting Nantong and Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, has won the 2010 outstanding civil engineering achievement award sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

The Sutong Bridge, which spans the Yangtze River in China’s Jiangsu province, is the world’s longest cable-stayed bridge.

With a main span measuring 1,088 meters, it is the first cable-stayed bridge with a span that passes the 1,000 meter mark. The bridge also has two side-spans that are 300 metres, as well as four smaller cable spans.

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Nokia's further expansion

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Jiangsu Telecom and Nokia have signed a contract for the supply of ADSL equipment to enable Jiangsu to further expand its broadband DSL network.

Considered one of China's most open and fast-developing areas, Jiangsu province is located in eastern China. The capital NanJing is about 300 kilometers from Shanghai, the financial capital of China. 

Nokia will supply the D500 next-generation multiservice access platform and related services, continuing the two companies' close cooperation. Deliveries already began in October, and Jiangsu is expected to begin

 

Swedish companies cooperates with Wuxi to build "green city"

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Three Swedish companies, Astra Zeneca, Atlas Coproco and Sandvik, investing in China's Wuxi declared on Monday that they would contribute to the building of a "green city" in Wuxi.

At a Wuxi-Sweden Cleantech Symposium held in Stockholm on Monday, three agreements for further cooperation were signed between Wuxi New District and three companies in Sweden, namely Astra Zeneca, a pharmaceutical company, Atlas Coproco, a compressor company, and Sandvik, a mining machinery company.

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Yangzhou's American philanthropist Andrew J.C. Cherng

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Andrew J.C. Cherng, originally from Yangzhou of Jiangsu Province, is the Founder and Chairman of the Board for Panda Restaurant Group (PRG). Most Americans are familiar with the company’s Panda Express chain in shopping malls and other retail locations across the United States. In 2007, the company group was grossing more than $1 billion and employed more than 18,000 people.

Born in the Yangzhou region of China, Cherng had migrated with his family to the United States from Japan in the 1960s after leaving China by way of Hong Kong and Taipei. Cherng along with his master chef father, Ming Tsai Cherng, opened Panda Inn in 1973, one of the first full-service Chinese restaurants in Pasadena, California. The menu blended Mandarin and Szechwan styles that fit in well enough with the Southern California lifestyle to open six additional restaurants.

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