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English is the most powerful language online in terms of business opportunity, with an online market share of 34.8%. It is still far ahead of Chinese, in second place with 11.3%.
TORONTO, March 23, 2011 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Sino-Forest Corporation ("Sino-Forest") (TSX: TRE), a leading commercial forest plantation operator in China, today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Sino-Panel (China) Investments Limited ("Sino-Panel"), has officially accepted a 15-Year Term Loan Facility (the "Facility") offered by the China Development Bank Corporation Guangdong Branch ("CDB"), pursuant to which CDB will provide a RMB350 million (approximately US$50 million)...
BEIJING, Jan. 26, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- MyChineseLearning Educational Technology Co., LTD., the world's largest international online Chinese learning organization, recently made an agreement with bjchinese.bjedu.cn, an affiliate of Beijing Centre for the Promotion of Chinese overseas.
While English may currently be the international language of business and commerce, it may soon be taking a backseat to Chinese, which could soon take Englishâ€™s place as the most dominant language on the Internet.
Chinese Drywall Complaint Center Warns Of Builders Chinese Drywall Fixes & Asks Why No Obama For US Homeowners Stuck In Chinese Drywall Hell The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is saying, "it's too bad the national press has failed to cover the US toxic Chinese drywall disaster, and/or President Obama's failure to respond in person to this major US disaster.
Mobile phone-based games could provide a new way to teach basic knowledge of Chinese language characters that might be particularly helpful in underdeveloped rural areas of China.
PLEASANT HILL, Calif., June 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Do you know that there was a law called "Chinese Exclusion Act"? Do you know what kind of suffering the law caused to tens of thousands of hardworking human beings? The Chinese Exclusion Act (CEA) passed by the U.S.
Brain research suggests Chinese-speaking adults reading English recall the sound of Chinese translations.
PITTSBURGH, April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Jibbigo, the world's first and leading speech-to-speech translation app, will release its English/Chinese version for the iPhone 3GS and 2nd generation iTouch on April 19. Jibbigo, because it relies on software that resides completely on the device, enables transparent communication across cultures by voice without the need for data links to a large network server.
Internet hulk Google is being sued by the provocative Chinese author Mian Mian for an alleged violation of copyright laws, her lawyer announced on Monday.
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