A delegation of 5 members from the Taxation Bureau of the Zhiangsu Province headed by Mr Fang Xuejun, Deputy Director-General will be visiting Sydney on 5 November 2010.
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Title: 3 members of the National People’s Congress of china visit Sydney Location: Sydney Description: A delegation of 3 members from the National People’s Congress of China will be visiting Sydney on Tuesday 9 November 2010. The following delegation will…
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Practically from their earliest contact with the Orient, Western philosophers have had little understanding of the philosophical traditions of China. In fact their common view was and still is in many places, that all ancient Chinese writing and traditions are not philosophy, but religion or some form of mysticism.
Apart from anything else the strangest thing about this view is, that in all three of the major Chinese philosophies there is no God, which is viewed as essential in the traditional western understanding of, and a prerequisite to be, a religion. So while the West has often pointed to China as the great atheist nation they have at the same time tended to lump the huge body of ethical and metaphysical discussion, which goes back at least 4,000 years, into the same basket as mysticism and strange religions.
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Title: CIIF 2010 Expo Location: The Shanghai New International Expo Centre Link out: Click here Description: The twelfth China International Industry Fair 2010 (CIIF 2010) is going to be held from November 9 to 13, 2010 at the Shanghai New…
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The twelfth China International Industry Fair 2010 (CIIF 2010) is going to be held from November 9 to 13, 2010 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre.
There will be 6 umbrella or theme shows that will be held under the CIIF banner, which together cover the whole industrial value chain, featuring a clear product focus in the areas of:
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The explosive growth of manufacturing in China has dramatically increased the requirement for entry level workers under the age of 24, says the Economist, a British magazine.
China Faces a Shortage of Entry Level Workers
The number of young workers available to work in factories in China’s coastal cities is expected to fall short by one third over the next decade and a half says Joseph de Varda, Chairman of the Australia China Foundation Association (ACFA).
ACFA Chairman, Joseph de Varda says “Australian tourists and business executives are benefiting very nicely from the rise in the value of the Australian dollar against the Yuan”. “It has never been cheaper to travel to China and as more tourist resorts open or are better marketed to the west, we can expect to see many more tourists heading to China for their holidays” he said.
2008 July 30 A delegation of 24 school principals from middle and high school from Beijing and Tianjin will be visiting Sydney. This group will be involved in a professional education tour between end July to early August 2008. The…