China Mauritius

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: China Expresses Growing Rage at Malaysia Over Missing Jet Search

The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 with Chinese travelers aboard has revealed the limits of Beijing's influence in its own backyard and left communist leaders facing outrage from their public.

18 Mar 2014,

Teaching Mandarin in Schools: 15 Chinese Teachers in Mauritius

They are 15 and they all come from the People's Republic of China. These teachers are entrusted with a mission: to teach Mandarin in 13 primary schools in Mauritius. This approach is part of a program of cooperation established between local authorities and China. Classes start on Monday January 20.

21 Jan 2014,

Footage Released of China Jade Rabbit Moon Landing

Chinese state television releases video of the Chang'e-3 space probe crash landing on the moon

17 Dec 2013,

China's Presence Looms Amid Massive U.S.-Japanese AnnualEx War Games

The deafening roar of state-of-the-art warplanes being catapulted into the air from its huge flight deck signaled that the USS George Washington was back in combat mode after its recent detour to the Philippines to take part in the aid effort in the wake of Super Typhoon Haiyan.

29 Nov 2013,

China Says It Monitored U.S. B-52s that Flew Through Its New Air Zone

Tensions are running high in the skies between China and Japan -- and the United States is refusing to stay on the sidelines.

28 Nov 2013,

Analysis: Risk of Conflict in East China Sea

China's declaration of an "air-defence identification zone" that extends over disputed islands in the East China Sea is just the latest step in Beijing's effort to assert its claims over the islands, known as Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China.

27 Nov 2013,

Chinese Like LUX

It has charmed many in the Middle Kingdom. The hotel LUX * Belle Mare won the title of "Best Overseas Hotel" award by the tour guide National Geographic Traveler China. According to Paul Jones, CEO of hotel group, the strategy implemented by the country will welcome more Chinese tourists.

26 Nov 2013,

China Reforms: One-Child Policy To Be Relaxed

China is to relax its policy of restricting most couples to having only a single child, state media say.

17 Nov 2013,

New China Cities: Shoddy Homes, Broken Hope

Three years ago, the Shanghai World Expo featured this newly built town as a model for how China would move from being a land of farms to a land of cities. In a dazzling pavilion visited by more than a million people, visitors learned how farmers were being given a new life through a fair-and-square deal that did not cost them anything.

15 Nov 2013,

Tourism: What to Know About Chinese Market ...

Mauritius is expected to accommodate double the number of Chinese tourists who visited the island in 2012, about 40 000 in 2013. For the first nine months of 2013, the country is already in an advantageous position with a 97.1% increase in arrivals of Chinese tourists.

13 Nov 2013,

China Travel Award 2013: Mauritius Voted "Next Travel Destination"

Mauritius was awarded the Next Travel Destination, awarded by Travel and Leisure magazine in the China Travel Awards 2013 held in Shanghai last week.

06 Nov 2013,

Seafood Chinese Invest Rs 5 billion

The business is booming for the Seafood Hub. Chinese investors have in fact indicated their intention to invest a whopping Rs 5 billion in this sector, including the fish processing.

01 Nov 2013,

Mauri-China: to Optimize the Tax-Free Port Asset

A partnership between Mauritius and Hong Kong investor group, Mauri, China has experienced rapid success as a developer in the area of Freeport.

01 Nov 2013,

Air Pollution In Key Chinese Farm Province Hits 40 Times Safe Level; Airports Shut

Airborne fine-particle pollution density in Harbin, the capital of key Chinese farm province Heilongjiang, reached 1,000 micrograms per cubic meter yesterday, or 40 times more than the international safe standard under World Health Organization guidelines, the government-run Shanghai Daily reported today. The 1,000-level readings were the first since China started releasing PM2.5 data last year. PM2.5 levels measure air particles smaller than 2.5 micrograms.

30 Oct 2013,

Mauritius Makes China a Priority

Ministry of Tourism and Leisure Hon Michael Yeung Sik Yuen is now targeting Chinese travellers who will help diversifying tourist arrivals sources and compensate for a weak performance of the French market.

08 Oct 2013,

With China Support: Mauritius for the Creation of New Airline

Boost regional tourism by creating an airline that would serve the islands of the Indian Ocean and the countries of the east coast of Africa, including Kenya or Burundi and South Africa, is a serious agenda.

07 Oct 2013,

China's August Smartphone Sales Hit 30 Million

Counterpoint Technology Market Research’s latest survey shows that 30 million smartphones were sold in China during August. China’s smartphone market has now blown past the U.S. since it is almost three times larger after just matching it last year. (Note that my family and I own Apple AAPL -1.45% shares).

04 Oct 2013,

Culture House Jin Fei: China Loan Of Rs 250 Million to Mauritius

A "Culture House" Jin Fei. A loan of Rs 250 million was granted by China to Mauritius for its construction. An agreement was signed Thursday, September 12 in this direction, announced by the Minister of Finance. Rs 5 million was also granted to the government to bring teachers of Mandarin.

15 Sep 2013,

Foreign Labor: Grand Leaching

Labour Minister Shakeel Mohamed decided Wednesday to suspend until October 15 granting new work permits to foreigners in the construction sector. A measure taken at a time when the foreign labor has become a necessity.

13 Sep 2013,

Short-Term Visas For China Eliminated

Now need visas to undertake short visits to China. An agreement was signed between China and Mauritius in this sense, Thursday, Aug. 29. Mauritius is the second African country after the Seychelles to benefit from such an agreement.

02 Sep 2013,