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PetroChina becomes world’s biggest firm

It is another symbol of the way in which the world of capitalism is shifting on its axis. PetroChina, the listed arm of China’s state oil business, has become the largest company in the world, surpassing its rivals in the West.

Traders in Shanghai, where the stock is listed, marked PetroChina up by 3 per cent yesterday morning, giving it a market value of $336bn. The gains were enough to propel the company to the top ranking in the list of the world’s most valuable companies.

The margin is thin – a mere $100m – but PetroChina is now ahead of Exxon Mobil of the US in those rankings and, on present trends, it may not take long to widen the lead. Chinese shares are up by 43 per cent this year, while the US market has slipped by 1.8 per cent.

Moreover, the long-term outlook for Chinese energy companies is one of growth – certainly much more so than in the US and elsewhere, giving global investors every reason to drive PetroChina higher. “If you have to buy an energy stock, you want to buy the dominant one in China,” said Gordon Kwan, head of energy research at Mirae Asset Securities, a Hong Kong-based investment company. “China’s fuel demand is growing, while in America and Europe demand is actually falling.”

The company’s ascendancy mirrors that of China’s national economy, which overtook Germany in January to become the world’s third largest. Economists believe China will move ahead of Japan, currently number two on the list, within three to four years, leaving only the US ahead of it. China could be number one by 2030.

Chinese companies are already well represented in the global rankings, accounting for four of the top slots, with Industrial Bank of China, China Mobile and China Petroleum in addition to PetroChina. The US also has four – Exxon, Walmart, AT&T and Microsoft – while Russia’s Gazprom is also up there. Shell, the Anglo-Dutch oil giant, completes the top 10.




New 10MP cell phone taking advantage of MTK’s platform.

The new UTEC M960 introduces a full featured phone which includes 10MP camera with built-in Xenon flash, a useful macro feature that really works, auto focus, red-eye reduction and more.



In the near future we’re about to see more producers joining this club and releasing phones based on the Mediatek’s MTK platform which would enable them to reduce the physical size of the devices and use extended set of features

UTEC M960 flash

UTEC M960 flash

UTEC M960 macro

Effective macro mode

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The official Chinese rival to iPhone 3G

The new gadget from meizu house will not be named M9 as planned, but would be a second generation to its previous successful version and would be called, M8W.

As China enters the age of 3G, the new phone will support TD-SCDMA and WCDMA.

The new generation is better in most aspects comparing to its younger brother, better GPS receiver, better CPU, more memory, bigger screen, thinner and more.

J. Wong MEIZU CEOs says that Meizu had decided to release a new version of the M8 in order to answer the demand by local market for a 3G handset, but still the M8W is better than it s successor in almost every aspect.

At the price of $350US seems like a good bargain, considering the fact that it comes unlocked and free to you anywhere.

Mezu M8W

Mezu M8W


Dimensions: 108*59*11.9mm 108 * 59 * 11.9mm


Video CODEC CPU: ARM11 800MHZ (Samsung 6410) + video decoder / encoder Vdeo CODEC

Memory: 256MB DDR SDRAM built-in cache

Standard: GSM + EDGE, 850/900/1800/1900 MHz

OS: MEIZU self-developed OS based on WIN CE6.0

Screen: 3.4 inches TFT VGA + (720 * 480) 1600 million colors multi-point touch-wide perspective

Web browser: M8 customized version of opera

Camera: 320W pixels (Samsung) (auto-focus, no flash)

Battery: 1200mAH

WI-FI IEEE 802.11b / G

Bluetooth V2.0 + EDR Compliant, TV OUTLINE OUT, U HOST / OTG

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Effective protection of intellectual property

China business weekly published the new China IPR legistlation.

Effective protection of intellectual property is essential to China hopes to attract high level of foreign investment in China. However, if the Chinese government cannot guarantee that the investors will receive the full protection in intellectual property, it will not only jeopardize its good relations with foreign countries, but also its further economic development. Thus, Improving IPR enforcement is clearly correlated to China’s modernization and reform programs in the future.

Here is a short summary of the IPR development in China since 1965:

April 1963
Trademark Control Act. Supplants PRC’s Provisional Trade Mark Registration of 1950. The act was repealed in 1982.

July 1979
US-China Agreement on Trade Relations. This agreement marked the beginning of current PRC intellectual property protection regime. Both sides stipulate that each will offer the other reciprocal protection of patents and copyrights.

June 1980
China accedes to the World Intellectual Property Organization(WIPO)

August 1982
Trademark Law of The People’s Republic of China.(Detailed Implementing Regulations in 1983, 1988) Replaces the 1963 Act. Based on first-to-file system; registration is valid for 10 years after approval, with a 10-yea renewal option. 1988 revisions introduce protection for service marks.

March 1984
Patent Law of The People’s Republic of China. (Implementing Regulations issued in 1985) Mandates registration of consumer products and licensing contracts; infringement penalties can be twice the profit earned though violations based on first-to-file system.

March 1985
China accedes to the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property

May 1989
US-China Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Enactment and Scope of PRC Copyright Law. Stipulates that copyright legislation will include computer programs as a specific category; expands patent protection without specifying industries or time limits.

October 1989
China accedes to the Madrid Agreement for International Registration of Trademarks.

June 1991
Extends protection to computer software, and to literary, artistic, and scientific woks.

June 1991
Computer Software Protection Regulations.

(Software Registration Procedures issued in 1992) Protects published software registered after the enactment date, leaving all existing software in China in the public domain.

January 1992
U.S.-China Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Intellectual Property Rights.

China pledges to extend copyright protection to foreign owners of software, books, firms, sound recordings, and other mediums previously unprotected.

September 1992
Regulations for the Implementation of International Copyright Treaty Provisions. Provides further amendments to the Copyright Law. Extends protection to “applied art” (jewelry, watches, toys, furniture, etc.), which are subject to registration requirements.

October 1992
China accedes to the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works

October 1992
China accedes to the Universal Copyright Convention

February 1993
Supplementary Provisions Concerning The Punishment Of Crimes Of Counterfeiting Registered Trademarks

June 1993
China accedes to the Convention for the Protection of Producers of Phonograms Against Unauthorized Duplication of their Phonograms (Geneva Convention)

December 1993
Unfair Competition Law Protects unregistered trademarks, packaging, and trade dress; prohibits unfair competition by monopolies/cartels in controlling prices.

January 1994
China accedes to the Patent Cooperation Treaty.

July 1994
Copyright Implementing Regulations Makes copyright infringement a criminal offense; violators can be sentenced to prison for up to seven years or executed in severe cases.

Februay 1995
U.S.-China IPR Enforcement In this agreement, China promised to markedly reduce piracy, to improve enforcement at the border, and to open its markets for U.S. computer software, sound recordings and movies.

Tianducheng Eiffel tower

Tianducheng Eiffel tower

I. IPR legislation advances and construction of policy and framework refines

In 2008, IPR legislation advanced with new developments. Legal and policy frameworks made new achievements.

On Dec 27, the Sixth Session of the 11th National People’s Congress Standing Committee approved the Decision Regarding the Am`endment of the Patent Law of the People’s Republic of China. The amended Patent Law of the People’s Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as the Patent Law) will be in force from Oct 1, 2009. The smooth completion of the third amendment of the Patent Law was another milestone in the development of the Chinese patent system.

In an effort to ensure the simultaneous implementation of the Implementing Regulations of the Patent Law and the Patent Law, SIPO finished the draft amendment of the Implementing Regulations of the Patent Law in early March. In early September, after holding conferences to invite comments from its various departments, SIPO forwarded the Draft Amendment of the Implementing Regulations of the Patent Law of the People’s Republic of China (Comment Soliciting Version), inviting comments and suggestions from the general public.

With a view to supporting the amendment of the Patent Law and its Implementing Regulations, improving the work of patent examination and approval, SIPO started the amendment of Examination Guidelines, Measures on Depositing Patent Licensing Agreement, and Measures on Registration of Patent Pledging Agreement.

The State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) contacted more frequently with the Legislative Affairs Office of the State Council in 2008 to accelerate the amendment of the Trademark Law of the People’s Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as the Trademark Law). Through holding special topic conferences, SAIC studied conscientiously the guiding concepts and contents of the third amendment and made clear the principles and directions. This facilitated the legislative process of the Trademark Representation Regulations, accelerated the Amendment of the Anti-Unfair Competition Law which further strengthened trade secret protection.

With emphasis on raising the quality of identification and fending off the risks of supervision and corruption, Rules on Well-known Trademark Determination were drafted. SAIC also drafted and implemented the Standards for Trademark Examination and Adjudication, Instructions of Trademark Substantive Examination, Provisional Measures on Trademark Examination Quality, Evaluation Standards of Trademark Examination Quality. Scope of Trademark Cases for Earlier Adjudication and Working Mechanism for Trademark Case Adjudication were also refined.

The National Copyright Administration of China (NCAC) completed its research and study of the second amendment of the Copyright Law of the People’s Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as the Copyright Law) in 2008, shaping an 800,000-word report in this regard. It organized experts and scholars to take a close look at the priority issues concerning the Rules on the Copyright Protection of Folklore Works (Comment-Soliciting Draft) and relevant legislation. The comments from them led to amendment of the draft and accelerated the drafting process.

In addition, after amendment, relevant copyright laws of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region are compliant with the World Copyright Treaty (WCT) and the WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty (WPPT). Per the request of the SAR government, NCAC on Sept 23 submitted to WIPO the declaration on the application of the two treaties in Hong Kong SAR. From Oct 1, 2008, the two Internet treaties became applicable in Hong Kong.

In May 2008, the Ministry of Culture issued the Provisional Measures on Certifying and Administering Representative Inheritors of State Intangible Cultural Heritage, providing specific rules on the standard of certifying representative inheritors and support measures.

In 2008, in a bid to solve practical problems when handling cases and to make more uniform decisions, Ministry of Public Security (MPS) set up a task force to formulate the Police Standard for Registering Cases of Economic Crimes, with a view to setting up concrete standards of amount of money and quantity of goods relating to the 84 economic crimes (including the IPR crimes) under the administration of the Economic Crimes Investigation Department of MPS for Investigation and prosecution cause of action of crimes was also specified. A draft was made to invite comments from relevant agencies and experts.

The Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) released the Seventh Group of Agricultural New Varieties of Plants, Measures on Regulating Symbols of Agricultural Products, Registration Procedure of Agricultural Geographical Indications and Regulations on Use of Agricultural Geographical Indications. Ministry of Agriculture also amended the Examination Guidelines of Agricultural Plant Variety Applications, Manual on Test of Agricultural Plant Varieties and Manual on Deposit of Agricultural Plant Varieties. Rules on Naming Agricultural Plant Varieties (for Review Version) were drafted and the research and study for amendment of the Regulations on Protection of New Varieties of Plants had been conducted.

In 2008, the Supreme People’s Court (SPC) began drafting the Judicial Interpretation on Application of Laws in the Trial of Trade Secret Criminal Cases. The Judicial Interpretation on the Application of Laws for Protection of Well-Known Marks in the Trial of Trademark Infringement Civil Cases drafted by the IPR Tribunal is currently under revision. SPC’s draft Provisions on Issues Concerned in the Trial of IPR Administrative Cases was finished. In particular, on Feb 18, 2008, SPC announced the Provisions on Issues Concerned in the Trial of Cases of Civil Disputes over the Conflict between Registered Trademark or Enterprise Name with Prior Right, offering definitive principles and standard for handling such disputes and regulating market competition and promoting fair competition more effectively.



Take me home, country roads – The Chinese version

A Chinese mayor dancing and playing the guitar in a cartoon, sounds weird? Indeed it is.

This is the first time a leader in China allows to caricature his image into a cartoon.

Cartoon Mayor Represents for Music Festival

Cartoon Mayor Represents for Music Festival

Zhao Xiaoming, Zhangjiajie mayor have agreed to do so in order to promote the country music festival taking place in his town.

The 54 years old mayor had elected by the end of 2007 and since he had put tourism in top priority, his mission as stated is to turn Zhangjiajie into a world famous travel destination. The last economic crisis had dropped the number of visitor in the area sharply, so in order to defeat that the city of Zhangjiajie is having its own County music festival with 24 bands from 18 countries joining 8 local bands to perform country music in the gorgeous sights of Zhangjiajie .

Zhangjiajies vista

Zhangjiajie's vista

The animation had opened a debate among Chinese citizens whereas objections claim it is taking the mayor closer to the people, but most people give Zhao Xiaoming a thumb-up for his did.

Zhangjiajie 2009 international country music week.

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Alading’s lamp will light up darker sides of the web

Alading, a new service by Chinese search giant Baidu, is going after indexing information which is not a direct web page, such a dynamic data retrieved by filling a form.

Alading home page

Alading home page

Alading is an open platform to which content provider can feed in predefined data information which is usually dynamic generated, once the data is in the system, alading can keep updating the content by forming the same action again.

The service is still in beta stage and need to prove itself, but it is certainly a blessed idea which has no good solution so far.

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China Wind generated energy to consume 40% of total energy consumption by 2050

Source: Daily China

China has set an imaginative target for renewable energy consumption of 40 percent of total consumption by the year 2050.

The news comes as it emerges that China will have 100 GW of wind power capacity by 2020, more than three times the 30 GW the government set as a target 18 months ago.

China has currently around 12 GW of wind power capacity and is about to increase it to 20 GW next year what would turn wind energy to be a bigger energy source than nuclear.

Currently China is the fourth largest wind energy producer after the United States, Germany and Spain.

“China is powering ahead with no visible signs of slowing down,” said Steve Sawyer of the Brussels-based GWEC. “If anything it is accelerating. They intend to become the largest market in the world, very clearly, and they probably will unless things take off in the US again in the relatively near term.”

China’s local wind turbine manufacturing industry has “grown dramatically” as power production has expanded, Sawyer said. Local manufacturers, dominated by Sinovel Wind Co, Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology Co and Dongfang Electric Corp, captured more than half the domestic market for the first time in 2007, rising to between 75 percent and 80 percent last year.

“Although all the big international brands are there and their markets are growing in absolute terms, their market share is diminishing pretty rapidly,” Sawyer said.

Large scale wind turbines

Large scale wind turbines

Wang Jun, director of the National Energy Administration’s renewable energy department, said: “Renewable energy will become the mainstream power supply in 2050 from a supplementary role in 2010.” He envisaged a future with heating dependent on solar and geothermal power, cars driven using biofuels and families owning their own photovoltaic power stations, turning the country from the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases to one of its smallest.

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New environmental friendly high polymer splint

Say good bye to the good old cast splint.

No more itching, no more days without showering, no more sweating with the new Medical High Polymer Splint (MHPS) from Bright Hygiene.

Bright Hygiene’s new splint is a special synthetic macromolecule polyester with a series of  physical and chemical treatments that allow it to replace conventional cast splint.

The MHPS comes a flat plastic surface, once the MHPS is warmed to a temperature of 70 degrees it become flexible and allow the adjustment of the splint to the injured organ, the MHPS has 8 minutes working time which is more than enough for using it even for the most complex fractions.

According to Mr. David Pei head of sales at Bright Hygiene, this revolutionary splint is going to change the way orthopedists are treating fractions and also treated will be much more comfortable with this brand new splint.

Medical High Polymer Splint

Medical High Polymer Splint

The MHPS features are:

  • Novelty – the MHPS is protected under utility model patent
  • High plasticity
  • Good air permeability
  • Good transmittance for rays
  • Light weight & high strength
  • Washable
  • Environmental friendly material

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Cleanest clean, a new pulsed lavage system

Wound cleansing is an essential component of wound management used to facilitate the wound healing process. there are few methods for wound cleansing among them Pour bottle, Bulb & Piston syringe and Whirpool agitation & hose sprayer systems. The new method for wound cleansing is Pulsed lavage system which deliver irrigation solution under pressure that is produced by an electricity powered device. The key element to achieve successful wound cleaning is the pressure used in the irrigation.

The new Cleanest  product by Clean Medical products corp., a Guangzhou based company, is a new Pulsed lavage system that is authorized for distribution in China, and according to Mr. Roland Gao, Cleanest Managing director, It will soon be approved to market in Europe and the USA.

Clean Pulsed irrigation system

Clean Pulsed irrigation system

The Cleanest main features are:

  • Environmental friendly
  • High efficiency
  • Portable
  • Practicable

The advantage of the the Cleanest are:

  • Decrease of post operation infection
  • Increase bone cement to penetrate tissue
  • Reduce secondary injury on wound
  • Create a good and effective transplantation of bone implants
  • Reduce the rate of cross – contamination caused by traditional cleansing

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