AltaCorp Capital Inc and China's Nanjing Securities Co., Limited have jointly announced the establishment of a strategic partnership that will enable industry and country specific knowledge and cooperation sharing between the two companies.
The importance of a university branding recently became apparent after Nanchang University in east China's Jiangxi Province declared "Nanda" the school's nickname, sparking protest from Nanjing University, one of the country's top colleges also located in the east.
The central districts of Nanjing are situated on the southeastern bank of the Yangtze, some 160 miles (260 km) west of Shanghai. The city proper comprises the area encircled by a gigantic wall constructed during the Ming dynasty (1368–1644) and adjacent districts and outskirt suburbs.
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Confucius Temple is located on the north bank of the Qinhuai River, which has been the source of many poems and stories. The river is well-known for its picturesque scenery in ancient times with houses and halls on both sides of the river, green windows and red doors reflected in the moonlit rippled water. The sounds of water lapping gently against boats and oars create a kind of gentle music. The scenery is especially magnificent on grand occasions with boats lit by beautiful lanterns winding their way like floating, flaming dragons. Fortunately, the city's charming historical scenes were brought back to life in 1985, when the Nanjing Municipal Government rebuilt the streets in the style of the Ming and Qing dynasties.
Nanjing has shown a remarkable capacity for reinvention during its 2,500-year history. And in recent years, the city has moved beyond its tragic past to become a vital engine of China’s economic growth, thanks in part to its position smack in the middle of China’s prosperous eastern seaboard.
Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu Province, is one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China and was the capital of in total six Chinese imperial dynasties. It is a prominent place, boasting time-honored history and profound culture.
An hour and 40 minutes northwest of Shanghai by high-speed railway, Nanjing is the quintessential Chinese melting pot, representing the innumerable facets of a culture that spans hundreds of miles and thousands of years.
Nanjing is the capital of Jiangsu Province in East China, running through the city are lower reaches of the Yangtze River whose estuary is not far away. Nanjing enjoys a civilization of over 6000 years and the city itself was founded 2500 years ago. Enclosed by mountains and rivers, and located in a strategic place, it boasts picturesque scenery that blends natural landscape with towering modern buildings, integrating traditional styles with modern civilization. Thus it was known as a unique historic and cultural city to the world.