Chinese textile companies have been actively exploring and expanding into the U.S. market through more innovation, upgraded services and bigger global footprints, according to industry insiders.
About five centuries ago, Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan's daring global circumnavigation proved that the Earth is round, and the oceans are connected.
In the run-up to the Year of the Rat in China's lunar calendar, archaeologists have traced the earliest rodents in Chinese culture, showing a complicated attitude toward mice and rats, including love, hate, tolerance and humor.
It all started months ago when the Canadian fishermen booked tickets for their lobsters to fly to China, and when the largest dairy producer in South Korea started utilizing its full capacity to meet the potential need of their customers during the Spring Festival, particularly those in China.
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