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Hyatt Hotels Cuts Deal Accelerating China Market Growth

  Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Tianfu Minyoun Hospitality have entered into a strategic development agreement to drive the expansion of Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotels in China. The franchise agreements for the first three Hyatt-branded hotels under this strategic development agreement were also signed on the same day. In recent years Hilton and Marriott (which now owns Starwood) appeared to be a two-company race to open more hotels in China, but Hyatt now seems…

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World's 10 Most Populated Cities

Urban centers have been proliferating across the world as large populations settle in cities to take advantage of better economic opportunities, modern infrastructure, and other amenities. Asian cities have particularly recorded outstanding growth, and most of the largest cities are currently situated on the continent such as Shanghai, Beijing, Delhi, Mumbai, Tokyo, Karachi, and Guangzhou. The only African city in the list is Lagos. 10. Mumbai – 12.4 million Mumbai lies on the western coast…

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China Ripe for Picking as Tea Tourism Blooms in Hangzhou From Spring to Summer

    China Ripe for Picking as Tea Tourism Blooms in Hangzhou From Spring to Summer (589) (NewsUSA) – Marco Polo fell in love with it. Poets and painters captured its beauty. Even ancient emperors were awestruck when they visited Hangzhou. The official tea harvest season in Hangzhou from spring to summer gives visitors to China the perfect chance to discover that the country has more wonders than just the Great Wall. Like San Francisco,…

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Shenzhen’s Homegrown Cyborg

Three days with Naomi Wu, the face of China’s cyberpunk city. Sarah Emerson Mar 25 2018, 6:59am Image: Lam Yik Fei – This article appears in the April issue of VICE magazine. Huaqiangbei, the famed electronics bazaar in Shenzhen, China, hums with the chaotic unity of a thousand symbiotic organisms. Stacks of circuit boards, cables, and colorful components extend farther than the eye can see. Sellers hawk their wares from Tetris-like cubicles crammed around claustrophobic…

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