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Haier targets UK taste for luxury

Haier, the world's biggest manufacturer of white goods, or major household appliances, is strategically expanding into the UK's luxury appliance market, using experience accumulated through its decadelong trial-and-error history in Britain.

Manufacturer announces China's first hydrogen tram deal

Chinese railcar-maker CRRC Qingdao Sifang Co Ltd announced on Thursday that it has signed a contract to produce eight hydrogen-powered tramcars, marking the country's first such deal.

Former Barcelona B team coach extends contract with Qingdao Huanghai FC

Former coach of the Barculona B team Jordi Vinyals said on March 8 that he had extended his contract with Qingdao Huanghai FC, a club in China's second-tier League One, to 2020.

A few tips on how to improve service delivery quality

As China is moving up the value chain and calling for an economic transformation which attaches more importance to the service industry, it should be noted that the feelings of users when being offered services makes the biggest difference.

'Kingdom of Bicycles' embraces car sharing

When car sharing started in Canada and then spread to the United States in the mid-1990s, people had no idea the business model would be flourishing 20 years later on the other side of the globe in China.

A glimpse of women's makeup in ancient China

Cultural relics unearthed in ancient tombs in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region reveal women's makeup in ancient times.

Culture Insider: Six talented ancient Chinese women

March 8 marks the annual International Women's Day.Here are six talented ancient Chinese women who once impressed in their time, and still affect us in our time.

10 benefits in people's livelihood expected in 2017

The Chinese government vowed to promote social development to ensure and improve the wellbeing of people in 2017, according to the Government Work Report.