Jiangxi Province’s Ganzhou Links Up with Warsaw

A new China-Europe freight train was launched Tuesday [15 August 2017], linking Poland with Ganzhou in east China’s Jiangxi Province. The train, loaded with 41 containers of furniture, electronic goods, clothes and toys, departed from Ganzhou for Warsaw, Poland through Manzhouli port in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region…Full Article: ECNS.cn Aug 2017 Key Point

Shenzhen’s DJI Technology and USA’s Dow AgroSciences Sign MoU

Shenzhen-based drone maker DJI Innovation Technology signed a memorandum of understanding with Dow AgroSciences on Tuesday [27 June 2017] to work on the research and application of crop protection drones and technology…Full Article: China Daily June 2017 Key Point As a result of the MoU, both companies will conduct joint pesticide application experiments on rice

Concerns Over the Sale of Drowned Hogs and Poultry After Flooding in China

Severe flooding across large parts of the country has raised fresh concerns about food safety. Since the rainy season began in early June, millions of domestic animals have been washed away in flooding, authorities said…Full Article: Xinhua July 2016 Key Point As a result of flooding from mid-June to early July 2016, Anhui Province lost

Record-breaking Chinese Sturgeon Caught in Jiangxi Province’s Poyang Lake

A rare large Chinese sturgeon has been caught by a fisherman in China’s largest freshwater lake Poyang Lake, east China’s Jiangxi Province, local fishery authorities said Wednesday. The sturgeon which measures 1.3 meters and weighs about 13.5 kilograms(29.8 pounds) is the largest Chinese sturgeon ever discovered in the lake, according to the fishery bureau of

Dongfang Modern, China’s 2nd Largest Citrus Producer, to Purchase Land in Jiangxi Province

Dongfang Modern Agriculture Holding Group Ltd, considered China’s second-largest citrus fruit producer, will use some of the proceeds from its Australian listing to more than double the land it owns at home. The move, the first such step by a Chinese agricultural firm, comes as Australia increasingly emerges as a destination for Chinese companies looking

Australian Fruit Growers Hope to Find Distribution Channels via Dongfang Modern

Dongfang Modern Agriculture Holding Group, China’s No.2 producer of citrus fruit, said it was considering distributing fruit grown by Australian farmers in the Chinese mainland. That could be good news for Australia’s faltering push to brand itself as “Asia’s fruit bowl”, with exports of fruit from the country to China still only standing at around