. All Rights Reserved.
Do you have a video wants to share us
please upload her ..
Import videos from YouTube
Copy / Paste your video link here
Okay.. Thanks for The Answer I will be waiting for your...
Alex will explain you how to keep your videos privatly and all that...
Alia just joined Messenger! Be the first to send a welcome message..
Channals You are Fallowing.
Channals You are Subscriped
20K Subscribers . 26 Videos 11M views
55K Subscribers . 16 Videos 6M views
98K Subscribers . 45 Videos 6M views
55K Subscribers . 36 Videos 16M views
Copyright © 2020.Company name All rights reserved.
Even though Iowa is best known for its agricultural products and services, Reynolds said that advanced manufacturing is "actually the largest sector of our GDPReynolds said last month when announcing the trip that "there is no better time than now to market and pitch our products in China"We believe as a united Iowa agricultural delegation, we can find opportunities that are beneficial to both China and Iowa," Reynolds saidAccording to Allen Williams, the business development manager at the Iowa Economic Development Authority, the state has had more inquiries from China in recent months than in the previous two or three yearsOur relationship with the country is strong, and their growing middle class means increasing purchasing power, and Iowa stands to gain significantly as a resultUS beef had been banned from China since 2003 due to a mad cow disease scare" When Branstad was receiving a Chinese trade delegation as Iowa governor in March, he remarked that he would like to be able to enjoy a bite of US beef at the US embassy in BeijingMeetings are planned for the delegation with Chinese government officials, industry partners and Branstad in Beijing, Shanghai and Xi'an, Shaanxi provinceIowa Governor Kim Reynolds is leading a trade mission to China that will feature officials from groups representing the state's major agricultural producersReynolds, who succeeded Terry Branstad as governor when he became the US ambassador to China on May 22, noted that agricultural "is the backbone of Iowa's economy and contributes about $112 billion to our economy annually""Relationships are especially important in China, and we are fortunate that Governor Branstad welcomed a then local agricultural official from China over 30 years ago into Iowa named Xi Jinping, who is now the nation's president," said ReynoldsLast year, nearly $6 billion worth of US pork was exported to China, including more than $1 billion from Iowa"We will have representatives from our corn, soybean, beef, egg, poultry, dairy and turkey sectors seeking an opportunity to expand their footprint in China as the country's middle class grows," Reynolds said of the 10-day trip, which began on WednesdayHis wish came true on June 30 in Beijing when Branstad had prime rib from Nebraska to celebrate the return of US beef to China after 13 yearsIt detailed how one particular photograph in the series depicted the daughter of the famous Chinese statesman, Zeng GuofanThe story about a collection of rare photographs of Beijing from the late 1800s, on show in London's Chinatown, included a number of images from the exhibit - one of which set Watt back on his heelsThe article explained how British photographer, Thomas Child, who had moved to China as an engineer, captured marriage ceremonies during the late Qing dynasty - which spanned from 1644 to 1912"The display of Child's work at the China Exchange, an organization in London, was the first time US-based collector, Stephan Loewentheil, had shared the original images of life during the Qing dynasty in Peking, now known as Beijing"The family rose in importance in Shanghai from the late Qing dynasty into the twentieth century and went through more than 70 years of ups and downs until 1950," he saidWhile Watt's reaction to the never-before-seen photographs was by far the most compelling, the exhibition in Soho's Gerrard Street attracted worldwide attention, making headlines in the UK, the US, Europe and China"The success of the show reflected the increasing global interest in China's people and culture, as well as the interest of the people of China in preserving and studying their own history," said Loewentheil, who's Historical Photography of China Collection is the largest holding of late Qing dynasty photographs of China in private hands"My great, great grandfather was Zeng Guofan," Watt saidThe 79-year-old never expected when he was browsing the internet that day that he would uncover a piece of family history dating back some 140 years"It was a picture I had never seen before and my instinct told me that the subjects could be my great grandparents," he told China DailyAccording to Watt, the unique wedding photograph documents the moment of the start of the prominent Nie family in China"The groom, Nie Jigui, served as Shanghai's Governor from 1890 to 1893, died in 1911 and was buried in Hunan, while the bride, Zeng Jifen, died in 1942 and was buried in ShanghaiNot to mention, in an exhibition some 3,500 miles away from where he livedPortrait of a womanWhen New York-based Raymond Watt came across an article on the BBC news website about a Chinese photography exhibition in the UK last November, he was shocked, to say the least"Today, Beijing is a vastly different place and the early photographs presented a perspective on the city which had never been previously availableThe country, which gained independence from the United Kingdom in April 1961, remains one of the least developed in the world