China Daily reports
“Giant pandas living in the wild in Sichuan will face a struggle to survive this winter because of the damage caused to their environment by the May 12 earthquake, an expert said Thursday.
In July, the Sichuan government unveiled a 2 billion yuan ($290 million) plan, drawn up by experts from Wolong, Peking University, the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Beijing-based firm Turenscape, to redevelop the reserve.”
[SOURCE: China Daily – Pandas face tough time this winter].
A unit of Hong Kong-listed First Pacific Co. Ltd. said Friday it is in talks with the Philippine government and a partner to develop North Harbor, Manila’s busiest port.
SOURCE INQUIRER.net – Business – MetroPac seeks to develop North Harbor
CNN.com talks to Jonathan D. Solomon, Assistant Professor of Architecture at Hong Kong University about a concept known as “urban densification”
read CNN interview @ the [SOURCE: CNN.com – Urban densification: Creating space to live]
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“China’s central government will add 100 billion yuan ($14.51 billion) to key projects in the fourth quarter of this year, of which 28 billion yuan are allocated for railways, roads and airport infrastructure, said www.CRI.cn Wednesday”
[SOURCE: China Daily – 8b yuan more for transport infrastructure construction].
“Singapore construction firm Koh Brothers said on Tuesday it won a S$582 million ($380.1 million) contract to build an underground metro station.”
SOURCE: Reuters – Singapore’s Koh Brothers wins $381 mln contract
Workers finish construction yesterday on the concrete support structure for the Shanghai 2010 World Expo’s China Pavilion.
IMAGE CREDIT & SOURCE: Shanghai Daily