Guizhou Province Bans Alcoholic Beverages at Government Events

Southwest China’s Guizhou Province has vowed to outlaw alcohol drinking at all government events and official receptions for the provincial civil servants, which an expert said is aimed at regulating officials’ behavior and enforcing the Party’s eight-point rules on austerity…Full Article: The Global Times Aug 2017 Key Point In September 2017, a ban on alcoholic

Airport Named After China’s National Liquor Opens in Guizhou Province

A new airport, named after China’s national liquor Moutai, will officially open in September in southwest China’s Guizhou Province, said Moutai Group on Monday…Full Article: Xinhua Aug 2017 Key Point Renhuai Maotai Airport is located in Moutai Township, Renhuai City, Guizhou Province. The airport plans to host flights to Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Chengdu and Kunming.

Former Employee Arrested Over Divulging Secret Recipe of a Famous Chinese Chili Sauce

A former employee has been detained by police on suspicion of disclosing the secret of China’s best-known hot sauce Laoganma to another producer in southwestern Guiyang, Southwest China’s Guizhou province. The man surnamed Jia was seized after a three month police investigation and now faces criminal charges in a case that involves tens of millions

Guizhou Province Plans to Develop its Traditional Chinese Medicine Industry

China’s southwestern Guizhou province plans to invest 524.8 billion yuan ($76.3 billion) in supporting 320 health projects by 2018, a latest endeavor to further boost the healthcare industry, said a local government official. The output of the healthcare sector in the province is projected to reach 400 billion yuan in 2020, accounting for 10 percent

China’s Blueberry Industry Continues to Show Robust Growth

China’s domestic blueberry production has ballooned in recent years. History of the industry goes back to 1983, with large scale production taking off since 2000. A recent prominent company merger between Golden Wing Mau and Joyvio has underlined the popularity of the fruit: Joyvio is one of China’s largest blueberry producers and owns farms in