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He is a British but never works in other countries except in China,he have been stayed in China for 18 years.He is the CEO of Swire Group in Xiamen. Straight after graduating from Cambridge in 1988, he moved to China.Now he can spesk fluent Chinese and is versed in Chinese culture.

Q: We’ve heard that you have been working in China for quite a long time.
A: That’s true. Straight after graduating from Cambridge in 1988, I moved to Hong Kong. Since then, I have worked in Beijing, Nanjing, Xi’an and Xiamen. I have been in this part of the world for over 18 years.
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Business Elite Profile
He is a British but never works in other countries except in China,he have been stayed in China for 18 years.He is the CEO of Swire Group in Xiamen. Straight after graduating from Cambridge in 1988, he moved to China.Now he can spesk fluent Chinese and is versed in Chinese culture.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 September 2008 17:29
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Lilliehook and Her REDISCOVERING CHINA
When she was 36-year-old, she first came to Beijing from Sweden to study Chinese. In the quadrangle of Beijing, her Chinese dream comes true. During the Six years in China, she has published two Chinese books "REDISCOVERING CHINA" "EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE ", which are familiar to many Chinese readers. She is a foreigner, but speaks Chinese fluently and writes books in Chinese from her unique understanding of China. Her name is Li Lin (Catarina Lilliehook).


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An Interview With China Photojournalist Tom Carter
American photojournalist Tom Carter has spent the past four years in the People's Republic of China, traversing all 33 provinces and autonomous regions not just once but twice. The San Francisco native's hardback book, a definitive 800-image volume aptly entitled CHINA: Portrait of a People, is due out this winter from Hong Kong publisher Blacksmith Books. Tom took a day off from travelling to discuss the challenges of taking pictures in China, how he evaded censorship in the tightly-controlled republic, and to share a few insider tips on visiting what is to become the world's largest tourism market.
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An American with A Chinese Heart

A woman from the United States in her 90s is devoting her love and energy to the development of a small Chinese village where she used to live as a small child.

In the early 20th century Eunice Moe Brock's parents came to the eastern Chinese province of Shandong where they gave birth to her. When she grew up during the Kuomintang Republic, Brock saw the poverty, plague and flames of war. And so when she left China at the age of 13, she was determined to come back to help the poor people of her birthplace, she told the People's Daily.

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 October 2008 22:16
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