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Chinese parlour employee denies involvement in poaching scandal

Wei Chelsea, a Chinese employee at the notorious Mpumalanga Massage Parlour owned by a self-confessed rhino poacher Guan Jiang Guang, who fingered South Africa’s State Security Minister  as his accomplice, has denied being involved in the syndicate. Chelsea, who visited the Chinese Community Policing Forum (CPF) in Joburg on November …

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Chinese Dairy products recovers from high safety scandal

Following eight years of tightened regulation and an industry overhaul the Chinese dairy products are emerging from the shadow cast by high-profile safety scandals, according to a report released Tuesday. The quality of domestic milk products has improved substantially, according to a report from the Dairy Association of China (DAC). …

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Chiss Kop Chinese Restaurant

chiss kop chinese restaurant

Creativity and art is a paramount in Chinese food. Now the chef at Chiss Kop Chinese restaurant cooks with such ease you would think its second nature to him. Chiss Kop Chinese restaurant has been around for 10 year and is placed in Ormonde. The restaurant is now well known …

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Learning Manderin Part 2 Chinese – Nǐ shénme shíjiān kāi? English – what time do you open? Chinese – Tā yào huā duōshǎo qián? English – how much will it cost? Chinese – Zài yījiā fúzhuāng diàn…   English – At a clothing store…       Chinese – shì yī jiān …

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China’s Hisense aims for bigger bite of African market

China-Africa Development Fund, Hisense Opens New Industrial Park in South Africa

More than 100 dealers and agents from around the world joined China’s electronics manufacturer Hisense in a meeting in Cape Town aimed at bigger share of African market. Statistics show that Hisense televisions and refrigerators have a 20 percent market share in South Africa, ranking second in the industry. The …

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Chinese: The year of Horse 01/31/2014-02/18/2015

2014 the year of the horse in the Chinese Zodiac

Horse Personal Traits: Personality: Active, Energetic, Kind, Rational, Cheerful, Optimistic, Sentimental and Straightforward Years of the Goat: 2014, 2002, 1990, 1978, 1966, 1954, 1942 Lucky colours: yellow, green Lucky flowers: calla, lily, jasmine, marigold Lucky months: 4th, 9th, 12th Lucky numbers: 2, 3, 7 Unlucky numbers: 1, 5, 6 Weaknesses: …

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South Africa should learn from the Chinese


South Africa should raise the economic growth rate and promote inclusive growth to win the fight against poverty, inequality and unemployment, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said. “For us as a country, industrialisation is fundamental and we need to move-up the value chain,” Davies said at a two-day Export …

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S. African scholar, Chinese businessmen see closer Sino-Africa ties

Two Chinese companies operating in South Africa on Thursday reiterated their commitment to Africa’s economic growth and predicted that Sino-African relations are poised for growth. Representatives of FAW Vehicle Manufacturers (SA) and UnionPay, a global leading bankcard service, were contributing to a panel discussion in Johannesburg on Sino-Africa relations. Charles …

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South Africa Issues Four Favourable Visa Policies

At the annual Trade Workshops held by South African Tourism recently in Beijing. Mr. Hamington Luzuko Mafenuka, 1st Secretary at the South African Embassy in China, announced four favourable visa policies: Chinese parents who go to South Africa with their children only need to submit the children’s certificates to a …

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The intriguing beauty of Written Chinese

Chinese Writing The written Chinese language is one of the oldest active languages today, dating from the Shang Dynasty, more than 3,000 years ago, and is used by approximately 1.3 billion people today, mainly in the People’s Republic of China, Taiwan, Singapore and other parts of Southeast Asia, and in …

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A warm winter for Lovry Park community

One of Johannesburg city council Michael Sun attended a charity drive in Lovry Park on 6 may 2015 along with the Fort Sun lawyers, members of the Chinese community, South African and China Yiwu International Commodities Wu Bin, and the president of the Chamber of Commerce.    A donation event …

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Mandarin to be taught in SA schools

“Ai Mama Wo Tongguò Jizhì,” translates to “Hey mom I passed matric”. If your child takes Mandarin as a school subject, they will be able to understand this. The Department of Basic Education has approved the Chinese language as part of the school curriculum, offering pupils the opportunity of learning …

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