Chinese Ambassador to Japan Cheng Yonghua stated that he sees the "One Belt, One Road" economic-zone initiative as a favorable business opportunity for Japan, in an exclusive interview with the Mainichi Shimbun on May 17.
In the interview, Ambassador Cheng said, "I believe that markets such as infrastructure construction, energy and transportation (that will emerge from the economic zone) will present huge business chances for Japan," and that he looks for cooperation and understanding from Japan.
Police in Tokyo have arrested 5 Chinese nationals on suspicion of breaking into homes in the wider Tokyo area and stealing property and cash worth nearly 90,000 dollars.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department says the 5 entered Japan saying they would enroll in a Japanese language school, but attended hardly any lessons.
Toshiba Mitsubishi-Electric Industrial Systems Corp (TMEIC) announced April 19, 2017, that it has received orders for three units of the "TMBBM" busbar bonding machine from Triumph PV Materials Ltd (a China-based solar panel manufacturer).
Triumph PV Materials will introduce the TMBBM to its production line for CIGS solar panels. It is a solar panel manufacturer affiliated with China National Building Materials Group Corp.
DAZAIFU, Fukuoka Prefecture--A city government video here is warning Chinese tourists on minding their manners as well as offering them sightseeing tips.
Visitors to the famed tourist destination are advised not to toss cigarettes on the ground and also shown an illustration on the do's and don'ts of using a toilet.
Tokyo police have put 2 Chinese women on a nationwide wanted list on suspicion of vandalizing a shrine in the city with an oil-like liquid substance.
Investigators at the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department suspect that the 2 women applied a liquid, which appeared to be oil, a total of 15 times on 4 structures, including a gate and a gateway, at Meiji Shrine in the morning of April 3rd.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Monday expressed his desire to bring relations with Japan back to the right track of development, during a meeting with a business delegation from Tokyo led by a former longtime lawmaker.
"This year is the 45th anniversary of the normalization of diplomatic relations between China and Japan, and China attaches great importance to China-Japan ties," Li said.
While Acura is preparing the beakless 2018 TLX for its introduction in New York, the brand's Asian arm is preparing to uncover a long wheelbase form of the auto.
It will show up surprisingly at the 2017 Auto Shanghai that opens its doors on April 1, including a couple crawls between the two axles to lift raise legroom, something that's clearly valued by Chinese clients.