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NASDAQ: CNIT) said it has entered into a five-year leasing and service contract to install cloud-based digital display terminals at the Changsha Huanghua International Airport and provide relevant services.
Also joining the students and their parents for the launch in Changsha were Professor John Thornton, Head of Bangor Business School, Dr Xinyu Wu, Director of International Development at Bangor, Luna Wu, Director of the Bangor Beijing Office, Susan Jiang, Welsh Government Chief Representative in Beijing, and Angus Bjamason, the British Council Area Director for South China.
Meanwhile, an unnamed official in Changsha assured that it was not a terror attack, saying that it happened in a market due to some dispute.
The official Xinhua news agency said police had cordoned off the site near a food market and primary school in a north Changsha neighborhood.
The incident is currently under investigation, Changsha police said.
2) Department of Radiology, Changsha 8th Hospital, Changsha, Hunan, China
Changsha, the capital of Hunan Province, is one of China's most economically-advanced cities in terms of politics, economy, finance, culture and education, while Zhuzhou and the neighbouring city of Xiangtan are the second and third largest cities in the province and key industrial bases for southern China.
According to a statement posted on the Changsha police's microblog, the man said he had drunk alcohol early Thursday morning and when he saw a woman inside a restaurant at around 6am, he molested her inside and outside the establishment.
This volume contains 429 papers from the Second International Conference on Applied Mechanics, Materials and Manufacturing (ICAMM 2012), held in November 2012 in Changsha, China.
GRAPHIC design work by students from Coventry University and the Central South University in Changsha, Hunan, China, has gone on show in the atrium of the Alan Berry Building of Coventry University, opposite Coventry Cathedral.
SOFITEL Luxury Hotels has signed a new management contract in Changsha (south-east China), scheduled to open in early 2015.
The Bank of East Asia China Limited (BEA China), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hong Kong's The Bank of East Asia (HKG: 0023)(OTC: BKEAY), has announced the opening of a new branch in Changsha, the capital of Hunan and a major port in central China.