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  • Mellish Island offers free foreign trips for VIPs


    Mellish Island, a Chinese company imported sea cucumbers from the USA, has opened a charter route between the city of Harbin and San Francisco to transport more than 2,000 VIPs joinning a 10-day visit to the US this year.

  • Coca-Cola invests $100m in green plant


    Coca-Cola officially kicked off its new green plant construction in South Harbin Industrial City on Thursday.

  • Chinese firm buys two new helicopters from US' Bell


    China's Beidahuang Group is buying two helicopters from US-based manufacturer Bell Helicopter (BH), a move that underscores increasing interest by Chinese companies to use private aircraft in their businesses, according to a Bell official.

  • Airbus to increase share in Harbin venture


    Airbus SAS and the Aviation Industry Corporation of China signed an agreement on Wednesday to increase Airbus' share in the Harbin Hafei Airbus Composite Manufacturing Center.

  • Embraer extends in China's aircraft market


    Embraer and the Aviation Industry Corporation of China jointly established the Harbin Embraer Aircraft Industry Co.

  • Airbus increases stake in Chinese joint-venture


    European aerospace company Airbus on Wednesday announced a rise in its shareholding at Chinese joint-venture Harbin Hafei Airbus Composite Manufacturing Centre (HMC), in a move to reinforce production of A320 rudders.

  • Harbin Electric Machinery Cooperation


    It is one of China’s key firms producing large and medium-sized power generation equipment, including water, steam, and wind-driven generators, control systems for power plants, and sliding bearings.

  • Harbin Brewery


    Founded in 1900, Harbin Brewery - originally called Ulubulevskij Brewery -was the earliest brewery in China.

University in Harbin innovates with courses for the elderly

A new course teaching senior citizens Karaoke singing is proving to be a hit at the Songshan Campus of Harbin University for the Aged.