Day: September 5, 2015

With Smart Products Exhibited at IFA Berlin, Haier Addresses Issues That Have Challenged the Global Household Appliance Industry for More Than a Century

September 5, 2015

BERLIN, Sep. 5, 2015 / PRNewswire — Household appliances have brought about major transformations to day-to-day lives since their invention over a century ago, yet many have inherent problems and pose a threat to our health. Washing machines generally have compartments within that cannot be accessed or cleaned; refrigerators fail to keep dry foods dry. […]

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His name was Aylan, or humanity washed ashore (China Daily)

September 5, 2015

Aylan Kurdi (L) and his brother Galip pose in an undated photo provided by the Kurdi family. The two Syrian toddlers drowned with their mother and several other migrants as they tried to reach Greece. [Agencies]

A photograph of a…

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IOC announces emergency $2m fund to help refugees (China Daily)

September 5, 2015

Migrants look from behind a bus window at Bicske railway station, Hungary, September 4, 2015. [Photo/Agencies]

GENEVA — The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced a $2 million fund that will be made available to Nationa…

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Merchants of yiwu (China Daily)

September 5, 2015

How foreign traders live life in the heart of ‘made in China’
On a weekday night downtown, a young woman in a pink off-shoulder dress emerges from the opening in a car roof, jiving to music. The dark convertible, with her male compani…

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Using waste in good taste (China Daily)

September 5, 2015

Textile recycling initiatives by companies and individuals are reducing Shanghai’s huge pile of waste.
There are only two mountains in Shanghai. The first is a popular travel destination for locals in the Sheshan National Tourist Reso…

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