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  1. ProducerAlan Lu

    Alan Lu

    15/07/2016
    A sinuous but promising way for potato in China
    A sinuous but promising way for potato in ChinaThe 13th Five-year Plan for the Potato Industry (2016-2020) was released recently, putting forward the development strategy, direction and focus of China’s potato industry in the next 5 years. The goal for planting area is over 6.67 million ha (100...
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    Joanna Hofman
    15/07/2016 #4 Joanna Hofman
    #2 oh, yes... I travel to China very often but my focus is renewable energy - this buzz gives me broader view ...
    Lisa Gallagher
    15/07/2016 #3 Lisa Gallagher
    Quite interesting @Alan Lu. I had no idea Potatoes weren't considered a staple food in China. And wow.. many will grow!
    Marcel Arvizu
    15/07/2016 #2 Marcel Arvizu
    Interesting isn't it Joanna? I thought so too. Thanks ALan!
    Joanna Hofman
    15/07/2016 #1 Joanna Hofman
    Alan Lu, very interesting buzz - I learn something new.
  2. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    28/06/2016
    Marcel Arvizu
    Nigerian In China: Why Are People Here So Racist Towards Black People?
    www.huffingtonpost.com "There are so many more Chinese people who live in my country and yet they don’t get hassled anywhere near as much as we do in China!...
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  3. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    23/06/2016
    Marcel Arvizu
    ‘China’s offensive in Europe;’ Is there a master plan in Beijing?
    www.brookings.edu China’s approach to Europe is a contrasting mix of economic opportunism and strategic vision. A continent gripped by economic weakness and debt is crying out for Chinese investment; at the same time, Beijing views Europe as the terminus for its...
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  4. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    22/06/2016
    Marcel Arvizu
    China’s debt problem needs more than Three Stooges impression - FT.com
    next.ft.com When China’s stock market plunged more than 30 per cent over the summer last year, Chinese regulators leapt into action. Unfortunately, the leaping in question was less a graceful, synchronised jump, and more a Three Stooges physical comedy...
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  5. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    17/06/2016
    Marcel Arvizu
    Hong Kong bookseller recounts detention in mainland China
    www.yahoo.com HONG KONG (AP) — A Hong Kong bookseller gave an explosive account of being seized at a border by Chinese authorities, then blindfolded and spirited away to be confined in a room for five months of interrogation and surveillance. His detailed...
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  6. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    17/06/2016
    Marcel Arvizu
    Designed in China: Can China innovate? - BBC News
    www.bbc.com China has always been a country that copies its way to success, not a place where creativity thrives. So are China's plans to turn into an innovation superpower...
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  7. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    17/06/2016
    What's Up With Bathrooms in China?
    What's Up With Bathrooms in China? Join me and Prozzie (counterfeit James Franco) as we find out the truth about Chinese bathrooms. Are they different? You better believe it. Support me on...
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    Marcel Arvizu
    17/06/2016 #1 Marcel Arvizu
    Para mis amigos que jamas han ido a China.
  8. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    14/06/2016
    Marcel Arvizu
    Why do Chinese students think it’s OK to cheat?
    www.scmp.com Kelly Yang says criminalising cheating in the gaokao university entrance exam is a good start to fixing the problem. But parents must also teach their children the right attitude to...
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  9. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    14/06/2016
    Marcel Arvizu
    Comrade Xi’s Purge
    www.wsj.com China’s new strongman returns to the methods of Chairman Mao, says an editorial in The Wall Street...
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  10. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    08/06/2016
    Marcel Arvizu
    European business cooling towards China but will likely boost investment
    www.rt.com A recent survey by the EU’s Chamber of Commerce in China shows European companies are re-evaluating their business in the world’s second biggest economy. Some of them are scrapping expansion...
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  11. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    01/06/2016
    SCAMMED in China - Broken Vase Scam
    SCAMMED in China - Broken Vase Scam This particularly despicable scam has negatively shaped Chinese society on a whole... Join me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/winstoninchina Support me...
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    Marcel Arvizu
    01/06/2016 #1 Marcel Arvizu
    This is so common...very upsetting. The result is that many drivers have cameras recording the road on their windshield everywhere they drive....including myself.
  12. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    30/05/2016
    China, How it is - Supermarkets
    China, How it is - Supermarkets Come along with me to one of my local supermarkets to see what to expect from just about every supermarket in China... Join me on Facebook:...
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  13. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    30/05/2016
    Are Chinese Girls Easy?
    Are Chinese Girls Easy? Are relationships with Chinese women easy? Dating Chinese Girls? Wanting to get married? Watch this first... C-milk's video: https://youtu.be/a0MGRQI-nH0...
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  14. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    28/05/2016
    Secret to Travelling with Chinese Women
    Secret to Travelling with Chinese Women Travelling with a Chinese woman (or girl) presents its own set of challenges, come find out what to expect and how to save your sanity... Support me on...
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    Marcel Arvizu
    28/05/2016 #1 Marcel Arvizu
    La mayoria de los Chinos al viajar no les gusta probar cosas nuevas. Viajan para decir que viajaron y tomarse fotos, pero iran a comer comida China en Alemania por ejemplo! Solo el cuerpo viaja pero no la mente en pocas palabras.
  15. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    24/05/2016
    Marcel Arvizu
    Tito Ortiz: Chinese-run UFC would crash and burn without my girlfriend Dana White
    www.mmamania.com Former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz believes UFC will crash and burn if sold to Chinese billionaires in 2016 because no one has the passion for mixed martial arts (MMA) like Uncle...
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  16. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    20/05/2016
    China, How it is - Privacy
    China, How it is - Privacy If you're concerned about personal privacy and you're coming to China, you had better watch this... Support me on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/serpentza...
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  17. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    12/05/2016
    Socialist China's Billionaire Playboys
    Socialist China's Billionaire Playboys The Orient Excess (2013): Inside the decadent society that has resulted from three decades of Chinese economic liberalization For downloads and more...
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  18. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    12/05/2016
    The Greatest Danger to Chinese Women | China Uncensored
    The Greatest Danger to Chinese Women | China Uncensored The Chinese Communist Party does not want Chinese girls dating foreigners. Why? Because they might be spies! That's why this comic strip about the dangers...
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    Marcel Arvizu
    12/05/2016 #2 Marcel Arvizu
    Very silly of the Chinese government. If there are spies in China they are most likely Chinese people working for foreign governments or companies. This is just an excuse by the government in China to keep foreign influence out of the Chinese culture. It is much easier to control a population with one culture than a population with different cultures. If more foreign ideas and traditions are accepted by regular Chinese people, the culture will evolve and become more difficult for the government to control.
    Marcel Arvizu
    12/05/2016 #1 Marcel Arvizu
    Very sill of the Chinese government. If there are spies in China they are most likely Chinese people working for foreign governments or companies. This is just an excuse by the government in China to keep foreign influence out of the Chinese culture. It is much easier to control a population with one culture than a population with different cultures. If more foreign ideas and traditions are accepted by regular Chinese people, the culture will evolve and become more difficult for the government to control.
  19. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    12/05/2016
    Marcel Arvizu
    China party mouthpiece echoes Soros’ debt fears
    app.ft.com ‘Authoritative’ source warns party paper of ‘deadly’ risk to...
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    Marcel Arvizu
    12/05/2016 #1 Marcel Arvizu
    Las cosas se estan poniendo serias...a ver que pasa dentro de los proximos meses...yo los mantengo al tanto
  20. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    11/05/2016
    The Worst Internship Ever: Japan’s Labor Pains
    The Worst Internship Ever: Japan’s Labor Pains Japan is facing a serious labor shortage, a problem that can be traced back to an aging population and a prevailing fear that immigrants will dilute the...
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    Marcel Arvizu
    12/05/2016 #2 Marcel Arvizu
    #1 Yeah it is Julie. I posted this because in my years here in China I have met many young Chinese who want to get international experience since in general Chinese people have a hard time travelling abroad because of their own country's visa restriction laws and the visa requirements of the countries they are visiting as well. It creates an endless cycle of Chinese who never have the opportunity of traveling abroad and growing as people. You can feel the lack of international experience that 90% of the Chinese public has, and it is really hurting the country and the world. I thought the US was bad in regards to people's knowledge and actual experience abroad, but China takes the gold medal. This particular instance in Japan is just horrible.
  21. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    11/05/2016
    China's Mistress Village | Culture Shock | Oprah Winfrey Network
    China's Mistress Village | Culture Shock | Oprah Winfrey Network Shenzhen, China is nicknamed mistress village, a place where young girls often develop dependent relationships with older, married men, including Yuki, a 21...
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  22. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    11/05/2016
    Marcel Arvizu
    The ‘Milk' Road
    www.linkedin.com Exporting to Dairy Products from Australia to China    Background briefing: Recent changes to China’s infant milk formula have restricted manufacturers to three brands for importation to China and...
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  23. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    10/05/2016
    Documentary - Amazing Marriage Customs - China Anthropology 101 - English narration w Chinese subs
    Documentary - Amazing Marriage Customs - China Anthropology 101 - English narration w Chinese subs Beautiful Documentary from China. Unspoilt and pure marriage customs from a place untouched. 今古婚俗奇觀 香港 -...
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    Marcel Arvizu
    10/05/2016 #1 Marcel Arvizu
    Las costumbres de antes...ahora ya no es asi.
  24. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    10/05/2016
    Chinese Kids Driving Supercars: Inside the Secret Southern California Meet-up
    Chinese Kids Driving Supercars: Inside the Secret Southern California Meet-up China’s ultra-rich are growing in number and in wealth - and are sending billions of dollars out of the country. Much of it is landing up in the U.S. where...
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    Marcel Arvizu
    10/05/2016 #1 Marcel Arvizu
    Principes de China en California, ciudad de Arcadia.
  25. Marcel Arvizu

    Marcel Arvizu

    10/05/2016
    Marcel Arvizu
    Watch Rare Pink Dolphins Hang On in Urban Harbor
    news.nationalgeographic.com Hong Kong's iconic marine mammals face serious threats, although conservationists are fighting for...
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