KFC Nuggets Are Served with Patriotism

In early October, KFC introduced an advertising campaign in mainland China celebrating 40 years of “reform and opening up,” the catchphrase that defined the era.

A two-minute TV spot that aired on state television showed two Chinese celebrities traveling back in time by railway, seeing streets filled with bicycles and bamboo scaffolding.

“Who would have thought that the past 40 years would bring so much change?” one of the stars, the 44-year-old actor Huang Bo, says to Lu Han, a 28-year-old Chinese heartthrob. The TV spot concludes with a voice-over “saluting” China’s 40th anniversary of economic reform and a cheer of “Go, China!”


Baidu co-founder donates $14.5m to University of Science and Technology of China

Ma Dongmin, special assistant to the chairman of Chinese internet giant Baidu, has donated 100 million yuan (US$14.5 million) to the University of
Science and Technology of China.

The money will be used to support the university in several areas, including development of the School of the Gifted Young, an extension of its Class of the Gifted Young, according to a news release issued by USTC.

The statement describes Ma’s current title as special assistant to the chief executive officer of Baidu, which is chaired by Robin Li, Ma’s husband. Instead of naming the fund after her, she named it after her favorite flower, qiangwei, or Rosa multiflora, which Ma called “very vibrant”.

A Trillion Dollar Market for Industry Routers

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The Global Hard & Core Technology Innovation & The Belt and Road Innovation Cooperation Conference 2018 @ Xi’an, China

The barriers to science and technology often lie in the inertia greater than thinking. When expressing technologies, it must be black and white and data-based, ‘hard&core’ is the new cool. Hosted by Chinese Academy of Engineering, Xi’an Municipal CPC Committee and Xi’an Municipal Government under the guidance of National Development and Reform Commission, Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese Association for Science and Technology and Shaanxi Provincial Government. The Global Hard & Core Technological Innovation & The Belt and Road Innovation Cooperation Conference 2018 will present “Hard & Core Technology pillars the development of Xi’an, changes the world and determines the future”.

Focusing on the eight areas of “ hard&core technology”, including optical electronic chips, information technologies, biotechnologies , AI , Smart Manufacturing, aerospace, new energies and new materials. A bridging industry and capital, promoting the transformation
of technology into productivity, and realizing commercialization, capitalization, and industrialization. Empower delegates from all walks of life to share innovative ideas and cutting-edge technologies, trigger innovation resonance and form multi-party collabrations.

The Nobel Prize winners, well-known scientists, domestic and foreign technology industry leaders, well-known entrepreneurs and investors will present keynote speeches. The conference will include more than 20 events such as the Hard & Core Technology Expo2018 , the Third China Innovation Challenge(Xi’an), and The Belt and Road “BeiDou + Industrial” Innovation and Development Summit Forum.

Costing between $4-8 trillion and affecting 65 countries, China’s ambitious One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative is the granddaddy of all megaprojects.

By the time of it’s estimated completion in 2049, OBOR will stretch from the edge of East Asia all the way to East Africa and Central Europe, and it will impact a lengthy list of countries that account for 62% of the world’s population and 40% of its economic output.