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Ferrous Chloride Market offering solutions,
Ferrous Chloride Market offering solutions, application, services and industry growth 2021-2026|| ALTIVIA Specialty Chemicals, Cochin Minerals and Rutile Limited, Huizhou 3R Environmental Chemical, Jiangyin Yujie Environmental Protection Technology, Kemira Oyj  NeighborWebSJ
Posted on 18 April 2021 | 5:38 am
Global Car Tracker Market Overview 2021 Top
Global Car Tracker Market Overview 2021 Top Company Profiles, Industry Size, Growth Analysis & Forecast to 2026 – NeighborWebSJ  NeighborWebSJ
Posted on 18 April 2021 | 4:39 am
Hearing Amplifiers Market: Know Technology
Hearing Amplifiers Market: Know Technology Exploding in Popularity | SoundHawk, Resound, Foshan Vohom Technology Co. Ltd., Sound world solution, Shenzhen LA Lighting Company Limited  NeighborWebSJ
Posted on 17 April 2021 | 8:00 pm
Insights on the Global Hearing Amplifiers
Insights on the Global Hearing Amplifiers Market to 2025 – SoundHawk, Resound, Foshan Vohom Technology Co. Ltd., Sound world solution, Shenzhen LA Lighting Company Limited, Austar Hearing Science and Technology (Xiamen) Co.  NeighborWebSJ
Posted on 17 April 2021 | 12:34 pm
Disposable Medical Tubing Market Insights
Disposable Medical Tubing Market Insights and Global Outlook by 2021 – Furukawa Electric, Nordson Corporation, Freudenberg Group, Teleflex, Tekni-Plex, Raumedic, B. Braun – KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper  KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper
Posted on 17 April 2021 | 1:45 am
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Abrasive Paper Market Size and Share |
Abrasive Paper Market Size and Share | Research and Statistics – 2025 | Europe | Russia – KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper  KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 10:58 am
Copper Foil for High Frequency and High
Copper Foil for High Frequency and High Speed Substrate Market Growth, Projections, Analysis, Trends and Forecast 2027 | Mitsui Mining & Smelting (Japan), JX Nippon Mining & Metals (Japan), The Furukawa Electric (Japan)  NeighborWebSJ
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 7:12 am
RF and Wave-Transmitting Protective Products
RF and Wave-Transmitting Protective Products for 5G Market Latest Developments and Growth Prospect 2021-2027 – The Courier  The Courier
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 5:44 am
Global Hidden Snap Button Market Share 2020
Global Hidden Snap Button Market Share 2020 | Buckleguy, Huizhou Hongye, Rome Fastener, YKK Fastening Products Group – KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper  KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 5:23 am
China Display Optoelectronics Technology :
China Display Optoelectronics Technology : (1) GENERAL MANDATES TO ISSUE AND REPURCHASE SHARES (2) RE-ELECTION OF DIRECTORS AND (3) NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING  Marketscreener.com
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 3:30 am
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Huizhou
Find Insights From Global Electronic Copper
Find Insights From Global Electronic Copper Foil Market Opportunities in New Research Report| Fukuda, HuiZhou United Copper Foil Electronic Material, Furukawa Electric Group – KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper  KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 2:33 am
Indium Oxide Market – Industry Analysis,
Indium Oxide Market – Industry Analysis, Forecast 2024 – KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper  KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 1:17 am
Global GPS Car Tracker Market 2021 Industry
Global GPS Car Tracker Market 2021 Industry Research – Orbocomm, Meitrack, Queclink, Concox Information Technology – The Courier  The Courier
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 12:29 am
Global Polyglycolic Acid Market By Type, By
Global Polyglycolic Acid Market By Type, By Application, By Segmentation, By Region, and By Country – NeighborWebSJ  NeighborWebSJ
Posted on 15 April 2021 | 9:25 pm
Girl Dragged Along Street After Getting Foot
Girl Dragged Along Street After Getting Foot Stuck in Bus Door in Harrowing Video  Newsweek
Posted on 15 April 2021 | 9:46 am
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Huizhou
3D Antenna Market 2021 Global Development
3D Antenna Market 2021 Global Development Countries Trends, Size, Industry Reviews with Leading Players – KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper  KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper
Posted on 15 April 2021 | 6:55 am
China's Hengli profit hits record on petchem
China's Hengli profit hits record on petchem strength  Argus Media
Posted on 15 April 2021 | 2:53 am
Global Metal Hidden Button Market 2021
Global Metal Hidden Button Market 2021 Industry Scenario – Buckleguy, Rome Fastener, YKK Fastening Products Group, Huizhou Hongye – The Courier  The Courier
Posted on 15 April 2021 | 2:52 am
Global Escort Bed Sharing Market 2021
Global Escort Bed Sharing Market 2021 Overview, Opportunities, In-Depth Analysis by 2025 : Huizhou Guangermei, Guangzhou Aipei sharing technology, Farina, Shanghai Muse Health Tech Co., Ltd.  Los Hijos de la Malinche
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 11:37 pm
Lanthanum Titanate Target Market: Industry
Lanthanum Titanate Target Market: Industry Share, Size, By Growth and Trend Analysis To 2021 – 2027 | Top Companies- Huizhou Tian Yi Rare Material, ACI Alloys – NeighborWebSJ  NeighborWebSJ
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 9:32 pm
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Huizhou
ESLAsia: 15K to 25K, Primary school position
ESLAsia: 15K to 25K, Primary school positi~##@ in Huizhou, Guang*^^ province - #Huizhou , China (https://t.co/BzCXbXAHh6) ESLemployment
Posted on 18 April 2021 | 12:48 pm
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Huizhou
Open Question: How many types of limit
based in southern China, Huizhou Unionwell specializes in the creation and manufacture of varieties of microswitches, modules and other precise electronic components, which have been widely assembled with many brands both locally and around the world. 
Posted on 7 July 2020 | 3:53 am
Open Question: What is the best mode of
I just need the quickest and best mode of transportation. I cannot find trains that run there. Any advice about traveling in China is appreciated!
Posted on 17 March 2017 | 9:10 am
Open Question: Odd occurrence on shipment
Ok so in short, I ordered some custom Nikes. So they finish making them, and ship them. It takes a few days for them to get to the US. They make it to Kentucky (I'm in OK), and the next thing I know they're back in China. They were originally scheduled to be delivered today 10/28, however the last update on the wereabouts was in Alaska as of 10/28. So I'm curious, why would something have made it PAST my state (I know that was just the route) only to be shipped back to China? The check ins read like this, and this is in order: China Huizhou, China Shenzen, China Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong Taoyuan, Taiwan Pampanga, Phillippines Lousville, Kentucky, USA Pampanga, Phillippines Shenzen, China Lousville, Kentucky, USA Shenzen, China Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong Taoyuan, Taiwan, Anchorage, Alaska, USA Surely I'm not the only one who sees no logical sense in this? And it's shipping via UPS, if that matters.
Posted on 28 October 2013 | 2:35 pm
Resolved Question: China itinerary trip?
Can you give me itineraries that's good for 2 weeks and I'm more of a history guy but I also love nature, mountains, lake (not really for beaches) entry point is either Beijing or Shanghai and travelling with 4 people and some handy tips like how to say "where's the direction to..."
Posted on 26 October 2013 | 1:42 pm

HUIZHOU, China (Reuters) - Chinese bloggers trying to expose corruption say they are coming under increasing physical and verbal attack over their reports, in what anti-graft activists describe as another blow to efforts to make Chinese officials more accountable. At least six self-styled whistleblowers have been assaulted or harassed in recent months, according to media reports, Internet postings and several of the bloggers who spoke to Reuters. Two unidentified men stabbed blogger Li Jianxin in the face and splashed acid on his back on July 8. Li, now blind in his right eye, remains in hospital in the southern city of Huizhou. The attacks coincide with a government crackdown on activists demanding officials disclose their wealth, underscoring the limits of an anti-corruption push by President Xi Jinping. Xi, who became president in March, has called for action against graft, warning, as many Chinese leaders have before him, that the problem could threaten the ruling Communist Party's survival. "If President Xi Jinping is serious about fighting graft, then he should ensure that these individuals are protected from such intimidation and persecution," said Maya Wang, a researcher at Human Rights Watch. TV: Threat to whistleblowers http://link.reuters.com/qem22v Xi has said the "supervision of the people" is needed to fight corruption. Indeed, Li said he and other whistleblowers were encouraged when they heard officials discuss "public opinion-based oversight" of power during China's annual parliament session in March. Li said he thought that meant the government wanted the Internet to be a tool to weed out corruption. "It was like a boost to the heart," Li, 45, told Reuters from his hospital bed where he awaits three more operations in addition to the three he has undergone. "It signified that the nation's leaders attach importance and support our anti-corruption efforts on the Internet." Li, who runs a small restaurant, began posting accusations of official misconduct, illegal land grabs and nepotism in the city of Huizhou in Guangdong province just over a year ago. In March, someone tossed a brick through his daughter's bedroom window. Li was not cowed. "If they have the guts, they should take a gun and shoot me dead," Li wrote in an online forum after that incident. Li does not know who attacked him last month and police have not made any arrests. He vowed to continue his online reports. The postings contain few documents to support his accusations and none of Li's dozens of exposes have led to investigations. Much of his information comes from informants, Li said, adding he had never been sued for slander. Huizhou officials did not respond to repeated requests for comment. INTERNET IS FORUM FOR WHISTLEBLOWING While whistleblowing mostly occurs inside organisations in Western countries, in China it plays out on the Internet, a barometer of public opinion for the country's middle-class and where people can reach a wide audience. There are some three dozen Chinese whistleblowers who regularly post reports online under their own names about alleged corruption and misconduct, according to Reuters estimates based on the number of microblogs as well as media reports. In January, the Central Discipline Inspection Commission, the party's anti-corruption authority, said it welcomed public participation in fighting corruption if people used their real names on the Internet. "Any real-name whistleblowing report will be prioritised and will be given a timely response", Cui Shaopeng, the commission's spokesman, told a news conference at the time. Authorities have investigated some online accusations since then and jailed several low-level officials. The commission has a page on its website for tips from citizens, although it is unclear how many it has gotten recently. Between 2008 to 2012, the commission said it received 301,000 whistleblowing reports online. Officials at the commission, contacted by Reuters, declined to comment. Still, Beijing remains wary of giving people too much latitude and does not give legal protection to whistleblowers. Indeed, Zhu Ruifeng, one of China's most prominent whistleblowers, discovered last month the authorities had deleted his four microblog accounts. One was reactivated recently after a public outcry. Zhu, who runs a whistleblowing website called "People Supervision Net" in Beijing, does not know who closed the accounts but reckons it was because of his recent postings on a government official who had spent lavishly on his mistress. While he believed the party's discipline commission was sincere in fighting corruption, other government departments did not always like what he did. "Sometimes I'll arouse the attention of the discipline commission. (The authorities) have a love-hate relationship with me," he said. Last year, Zhu released a video of Lei Zhengfu, a district party chief in the southwestern city of Chongqing, having sex with his much younger mistress. Communist Party officials are banned from having mistresses, and the video came to symbolise to many the excesses of the ruling elite. Lei was sentenced in June to 13 years jail for bribery. Zhu said he had never been assaulted but had received threats through microblog messages and emails. "TRUTH CANNOT BE HIDDEN FOR LONG" In the northeastern city of Dalian, microblogger Bi Meina has accused an official there of misconduct. She posted the claims on her microblog but did not provide any documentation. Since May, Bi said she has been followed and received calls and text messages from anonymous users, who have hurled insults. "The distress is definitely there,&quo Bi said by email. "I have thought of giving up ... and moving my family abroad." In Maoming, another Guangdong city, an official called Zhu Guoyu has sought to expose local corruption with his online reports. Nine officials had been convicted as a result of his postings, said Zhu Guoyu, the secretary-general of the Maoming People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries and head of the international liaison office in the city. His bosses don't like what he does. "They try to keep me busy so I don't have time to whistleblow," he said. Last September, men in two cars chased him. In 2011, he was stabbed by unknown assailants but survived. Despite the threats faced by bloggers and whistleblowers, the tide would turn in their favour, Zhu Guoyu said. "There are so many people watching, I believe paper can't wrap up a fire," he said, referring to a Chinese saying that means the truth cannot be hidden for too long. Bi said by email. "I have thought of giving up ... and moving my family abroad." In Maoming, another Guangdong city, an official called Zhu Guoyu has sought to expose local corruption with his online reports. Nine officials had been convicted as a result of his postings, said Zhu Guoyu, the secretary-general of the Maoming People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries and head of the international liaison office in the city. His bosses don't like what he does. "They try to keep me busy so I don't have time to whistleblow," he said. Last September, men in two cars chased him. In 2011, he was stabbed by unknown assailants but survived. Despite the threats faced by bloggers and whistleblowers, the tide would turn in their favour, Zhu Guoyu said. "There are so many people watching, I believe paper can't wrap up a fire," he said, referring to a Chinese saying that means the truth cannot be hidden for too long. @ Well said Mr Liu! If more Chinese Nationals think like you on how China should be governed, China will be a much better place for the 1.3 billion People. Getting democracy is only a first step, what follows are setting up watch-groups and agencies in all levels of a policy execution to ensure no one violate the rules and laws. Without good watch-groups, whoever sits in Xi Jinping's position will just be as corrupted as he is. When the very top leader is corrupted, all his staff will follow suit. You have to be very careful when spreading democracy in China after reading the harassment of China's whistle-blowers above. @ eiji, Can you explain what is Law and Rule in CCP China? Who interpret the laws and who decides convictions? It's CCP silly kid!!!
Posted on 5 August 2013 | 8:45 am
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