There is no human rights in the city of Wuhan in China.Some government departments of Wuhan have no any honor.The government department contracted with us,but it didn't perform at all.
In 2002, the government of Wuhan East Lake High-Tech Development Zone authorized Wuhan East Lake High-Tech Group Co.,LTD, to requisition area where we lived, for bussiness estate devoloping. The government of Wuhan East Lake High-Tech Development Zone was boss. Wuhan East Lake High-Tech Group Co.,LTD was an employee, worked for the government.
At that time, Wuhan East Lake High-Tech Group contracted with us for purchasing our houses. It agreed to give us 400 RMB (about 50 dollars) per square meter as compensation fee, and agreed to give us a piece of land for rebuilding house,the superficial measurements of the land is as the same as our house bofore,and we could build 3 and a half floors. Though the compensation fee was very low, we accepted and contracted with it.
We asked for a contract as an evidence, but Wuhan East Lake High-Tech Group Co.,LTD refused. It said that all of 4 contracts must be take back to accept the manager's verify, a contract would be given back to each family soon. Why didn't it give the contracts to us, we didn't think too much. We believed Wuhan East Lake High-Tech Group, believed the government of Wuhan East Lake High-Tech Development Zone. Would they break the contract? We didn't believe. After all it was the action of the government.
We teared down our houses, and moved away. And we expected it gave us the piece of land quickly, so we could rebuild our houses. Half a year later, in 2003, the government of Wuhan East Lake High-Tech Development Zone announced that,they wouldn't give us land for rebuilding house. They had decided break the contract.
Where is the honor of the government? Wuhan East Lake High-Tech Group Co.,LTD is too ignoble. The government of Wuhan East Lake High-Tech Development Zone is too ignoble.
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Aerial view of cherry blossoms in Wuhan University, central China's Hubei province
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The telecommunication display stands at the Yangzi River side in Wuhan,China.The height of the display is 15m,and the width is 88m.The color ink-jet is implemented in the display.In daytime,it shows the static picture;in nighttime,it shows the videos,animations and the words.Located at the Changjiang River in Hubei Province,the biggest LED display brings abundance commercial opportunities.
a short animation for a project in Wuhan, China
On 22nd July, Dingli after-sales department sent the latest news: With the active cooperation of customers, the Wuhan Beer Spent Grain Dryer production line has been installed and successfully commissioned, and can be put into formal production and use at any time.
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When the Ramada Tianlu PLaza in Wuhan decided to renovate the French restaurant called "Eiffel", they did a strong marketing involving press conference, newspapers, internet and local TV.
The new restaurant renamed "Rose Garden" open fianally in june 2006.
China Quake Death Toll Rises to Nearly 10,000
Death toll in China earthquake rises to nearly 10,000 while untold numbers remain trapped
A powerful earthquake toppled buildings, schools and chemical plants Monday in central China, killing about 10,000 people and trapping untold numbers in mounds of concrete, steel and earth in the country's worst quake in three decades.
The 7.9-magnitude quake devastated a region of small cities and towns set amid steep hills north of Sichuan's provincial capital of Chengdu. Striking in midafternoon, it emptied office buildings across the country in Beijing and could be felt as far away as Vietnam.
As Tuesday dawned, rescuers were frantically searching for more survivors, but rain was compounding the difficulty. Premier Wen Jiabao, who flew to the region, said rain was forecast for the next several days.
Snippets from state media and photos posted on the Internet underscored the immense scale of the devastation. In the town of Juyuan, south of the epicenter, a three-story high school collapsed, burying as many as 900 students and killing at least 50, the official Xinhua news agency said. Photos showed people using cranes, mechanical hoists and their hands to remove slabs of concrete and steel.
Buried teenagers struggled to break free from the rubble, "while others were crying out for help," Xinhua said. Families waited in the rain near the wreckage as rescuers wrote the names of the dead on a blackboard, Xinhua said.
Parents of the dead students built makeshift religious altars at the site, resting the corpses on any available piece of plywood or cardboard, and burning paper money and incense in a traditional honor for their child in the afterlife, according to NPR's Melissa Block.
The earthquake hit one of the last homes of the giant panda at the Wolong Nature Reserve and panda breeding center, in Wenchuan county, which remained out of contact, Xinhua said.
In Chengdu, it crashed telephone networks and hours later left parts of the city of 10 million in darkness.
"We can't get to sleep. We're afraid of the earthquake. We're afraid of all the shaking," said 52-year-old factory worker Huang Ju, who took her ailing, elderly mother out of the Jinjiang District People's Hospital. Outside, Huang sat in a wheelchair wrapped in blankets while her mother, who was ill, slept in a hospital bed next to her.
The overall death toll increased to about 10,000, the official Xinhua News Agency reported Tuesday. It said nearly 10,000 people died in central China's Sichuan province alone and 300 others in three other provinces and the mega-city of Chongqing.
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Zhongshan, originally named "Yongfeng", was a Chinese warship later renamed after Dr. Sun Yat-sen in 1925, the great forerunner of the Chinese Democratic Revolution.
The warship was involved in the battle of Wuhan in the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945). It was bombed and sunk in the Yangtze River by Japanese invaders on October 24, 1938.
Visa, McDonald's, Coca-Cola, Mercedes Benz, Adidas, Shiseido, Nike, Siemens, Lenovo and Other Major Corporations Sign on as Chinese Media Company Launches New Advertising Network in Six Major Cities
Companies have paid about $75 million to sponsor the Beijing games. But there's more to the China consumer market than the 2008 Summer Olympics, and for some companies, advertising in China is a long-term investment.
The economy of China is growing at a ten percent annual rate and its 1.3 billion consumers represent a new market for many global and domestic advertisers. Although advertisers currently spend only $1 per month per Chinese consumer*, advertising expenditures are growing at a rapid annual rate. In contrast, other markets, including North America and Europe, are slowing down. And Japan actually has a shrinking ad spend**.
Just in time for the games, and for the Shanghai Expo in 2010, Chinese media company Network CN is launching the first phase of its out-of-home advertising network. Large, vibrant LED displays, some with full motion, are reaching millions of urban consumers who are eager to purchase products that help them showcase their newfound spending power.
Covering Beijing, Shanghai, Wuhan, Nanjing, Hangzhou and Qingdao, Network CN's network currently consists of 117 roadside LED panels, 10 mega-size LED billboards, 69 light boxes and one mega-size roller-sheet billboard. All of these outdoor advertising panels have been fully installed and are operational. In collaboration with BAMC (Beijing All Media and Culture Group), designated promoter of the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, Network CN is also serving as representative for BAMC's LCD network in Beijing during the 2008 Olympic year, consisting of 11,000 in-building screens in governmental and office buildings, banks, hotels, hospitals and stadiums. In addition, Network CN has completed the installation of 98 light boxes within Beijing Airport's new international Terminal 3, where many Olympic visitors will deplane and take in their first impressions of China.
The first advertiser to take advantage of this prominent and timely advertising opportunity is Visa, an official 2008 Beijing Olympics sponsor. Others marquee brands advertising with Network CN include McDonald's, Coca-Cola, Mercedes Benz, Adidas, Shisheido, Nike, Siemens and Lenovo.
For more information, go to: www.ncnincorporated****. Also please see a Network CN press release issued through PRNewswire, which can be located by looking up news under the Company's OTC Bulletin Board ticker symbol, NWCN.
* Source: Goldman Sachs industry research, 1/11/2007
** Lehman Bros. industry research
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