Tmeic Receives Orders For Busbar Bonding Machines From Chinese Firm

TMEIC Receives Orders for Busbar Bonding Machines From Chinese Firm

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.

Chinese Tourists Told How To Mind Manners In Video For Kyushu City

Chinese tourists told how to mind manners in video for Kyushu city

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.

2 Chinese Wanted For Shrine Vandalism

2 Chinese wanted for shrine vandalism

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 Voices Hope For Improved Ties With Japan

Chinese premier voices hope for improved ties with Japan

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.

Acura Tlx Stretches Its Wheelbase To Appeal To Chinese Consumers

Acura TLX Stretches Its Wheelbase To Appeal To Chinese Consumers

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.

A Killer Recipe For Chicken Wing Tips As Chinese Like To Eat Them

A killer recipe for chicken wing tips as Chinese like to eat themNoted novelist Kazuo Dan, best known for his work “Kataku no hito” (House on Fire), was an avid cook who fancied himself as “a world-class chef.”
His collection of essays titled, “Dan-ryu kukkingu” (Dan-style cooking), drew many fans who were intrigued by his insights into dishes in Japan and abroad and how they are made.

Chinese Ships Enter Japanese Waters Feb 2017

Chinese ships enter Japanese waters Feb 2017Three Chinese patrol ships intruded into Japan's territorial waters off the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea on Monday.
The Japan Coast Guard says they appeared off Uotsuri Island shortly after 2 PM and stayed for about 2 hours. They then moved to the contiguous zone just outside territorial waters.

Holidaymakers Arrive In Japan For Chinese New Year Holidays

Holidaymakers arrive in Japan for Chinese New Year holidaysThe arrival of tourists spending the Lunar New Year holidays in Japan began Friday, with major airports becoming crowded with Chinese and other foreign visitors.
"I have visited Japan 10 times or more and love this country. I want to buy cosmetics this time around," said Li Wen-hsuan, 46, who arrived at Osaka's Kansai International Airport, the major international gateway for western Japan.

Chinese Ships Enter Japanese Waters

Chinese ships enter Japanese watersJapanese maritime authorities are monitoring waters off the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea after 3 Chinese patrol ships intruded into Japanese territory.
The Japan Coast Guard's regional headquarters in Naha, Okinawa, says the ships entered waters off Uotsuri Island shortly before 10 AM on Sunday, local time.

Chinese-speaking Robots On Show

Chinese-speaking robots on showThe Asia and Pacific Trade Center (ATC), which attracts foreigners visiting Japan from China and other countries, started a “Robot Street” event on Saturday at a commercial complex in Osaka.
“Bilingual” humanoid robots wait on customers at the event and answer questions in Japanese and Chinese, with some help from a human operator.

8 Chinese Military Planes Fly Off Okinawa

8 Chinese military planes fly off OkinawaJapanese defense officials say 8 Chinese military planes flew off Okinawa, southern Japan, on Sunday, going back and forth between the East China Sea and the Pacific.
They say fighters from Japan's Air Self-Defense Force scrambled. The Chinese aircraft did not violate Japan's airspace.

Chinese Vessels Enter Japan's Waters Near Senkakus

Chinese vessels enter Japan's waters near SenkakusFour Chinese government vessels entered Japan's territorial waters near the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea on Sunday morning.
The Japan Coast Guard is continuing surveillance of the area, as the ships were navigating in the contiguous zone just outside Japan's waters in the afternoon.