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Hu Jintao
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Hu Jintao
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Hu Jintao was appointed Party Secretary of the TAR in December 1988, a position he held, mostly in absentia, through 1992. Tibet was his final posting before Deng Xiaoping, China's paramount leader, selected him for grooming as Jiang Zemin's successor as the President of the People's Republic of China. MORE STORY

112 Chinese President Hu Jintao Successful Yale University Speech -- Makes Great Impression on Students and Skeptics. Assures U.S. Businessmen at China Expo Event in Final Talk before Flying to Saudi Arabia for Talks. 12HuJintaoChinaYale - MORE STORY

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1. Feature Story / April 18, 2006 / Hu Makes Good Impression on U.S. Businessmen and Government Officials. Should pay big dividends in future deal making in America.

112 Chinese President Hu Jintao Successful Yale University Speech -- Makes Great Impression on Students and Skeptics. Assures U.S. Businessmen at China Expo Event in Final Talk before Flying to Saudi Arabia for Talks. 12HuJintaoChinaYale - MORE STORY

112 Hu Jintao Dinner Party At Bill and Melinda Gates' High-Tech Home Makes Good Impression On China's President in Redmond, Washington. Henry Kissinger and China Expo 2008 to attends event. 112HuJintaoDinnerAtGates.htm - MORE STORY

02. TIMELINE - Hu Jintao
• 1942 - Born. Hu Jintao in Jixi, a town in Anhui province.
1959 - Hu chose hydraulic engineering upon entering Beijing's elite Tsinghua University in 1959 and developed a reputation as something of a "dancing prince charmer," according to a biography co-written by former aide Ren Zhichu. The dancing helped him catch the eye of classmate Liu Yongqing, his future wife.
1964 - Hu became an active member of the Communist Youth League and joined the party in 1964.
1988 - Hu Jintao was appointed Party Secretary of the TAR in December 1988, a position he held, mostly in absentia, through 1992. Tibet was his final posting before Deng Xiaoping, China's paramount leader, selected him for grooming as Jiang Zemin's successor as the President of the People's Republic of China. MORE.
1992 - Tibet was his final posting before Deng Xiaoping, China's paramount leader, selected him for grooming as Jiang Zemin's successor as the President of the People's Republic of China. MORE

• 1995 - China. Opened in 1995, the Microsoft China R&D Center in Beijing employs more than 150 employees; it is one of the largest foreign-owned software R&D centers in China. The Microsoft Global Technical Support Center in Shanghai employs over 400 persons to support customers worldwide.
• 1998 - China. The MSR Asia research facility opened in Beijing in 1998, and now employs about 120 full-time research staff and over 200 visiting scientists and students from China and around the world.
• 1999 - China. In 1999, they helped start the IT Training for Laid-off Workers program. After finding initial success through an early trial program in Dalian, the program has since expanded to three other cities - Guangzhou, Chengdu, and Shanghai in cooperation with local governments. In just over two years, the programs have trained over 600 unemployed workers, and nearly 80 percent have since found new positions in the IT industry.
• 1999 - In 1999, Gates wrote Business @ the Speed of Thought, a book that shows how computer technology can solve business problems in fundamentally new ways. The book was published in 25 languages and is available in more than 60 countries. Business @ the Speed of Thought has received wide critical acclaim, and was listed on the best-seller lists of the New York Times, USA Today, the Wall Street Journal and Amazon.com. Gates' previous book, The Road Ahead, published in 1995, held the No. 1 spot on the New York Times' bestseller list for seven weeks.
2001 - October 2: Microsoft ships Windows XP; the company says it will start selling its next operating systems, code-named Longhorn, in 20032002 - April : The company pushes back the Longhorn launch to "beyond 2003."
2002 - In a November 2002 interview, classmate Liu Bingxia recalled the young Hu as carefully controlled, studious and someone who always held his temper.

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2003 - BEIJING, Feb. 28, 2003. Bill Gates met Chinese President Jiang Zemin announced the Chinese government's participation in Microsoft's Government Security Program, which provides national governments with access to Windows source code and technical information they need to be confident in the security of the Windows platform. -- CLICK FOR MORE STORY
2003 - BEIJING, Feb. 28, 2003. Bill Gates met Chinese President Jiang Zemin today concluded a two-day visit to China during which Microsoft, and agencies of the Chinese government and local Beijing municipal government also signed a Memorandum of Understanding in which the two organizations agreed to work with local software companies for the development and servicing of these e-government solutions and training of software professionals. MORE STORY
2004 - Bill Gates' charity wins $100 million China
2004 - Beijing. Bill Gates, chairman of Microsoft Corp., addresses the opening ceremony of China International Service Industries Convention & Expo in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing June 30, 2004. (Xinhua Photo).
2004 - SHANGHAI, Sept 4 (Reuters) - A charitable body set up by Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates has won approval to invest $100 million in China's main stock and debt markets, regulators said on Saturday. MORE STORY
2004- December: Microsoft says Longhorn won't be ready until late 2004 or early 2005.
2004 - August: Microsoft said it would shiip Longhorn in the second half of 2006.

03. / 2005 Time Warner at Global Forum
• 2005 - April: Bill Gates of Microsoft, shows off Longhorn at a conference, focusing on the look and usability of the interface.
2005 - MAY Global Forum in Beijing - Time Warner in talks for China TV tie-ups - Media conglomerate Time Warner Inc. is talking with China's top two broadcasters about partnerships in the country's newly opened TV program-making sector, according to its chief executive. CLICK FOR CHINA 2005 Hu TVInews TIMELINE
2005 - Richard Parsons, CEO of Time Warner Inc, speaks at the FORTUNE Global Forum in Beijing May 17, 2005. Parsons said Time Warner is talking with China's top two broadcasters about partnerships in the country's newly opened TV program-making sector CLICK FOR MORE PARSONS STORY.
2005 - Officials from Time Warner, owner of the CNN and HBO television networks and the Warner Bros. movie studio, have met recently with counterparts from China Central Television (CCTV) and Shanghai Media Group (SMG) about ways they can work together, said Chief Executive Officer Richard Parsons.
2005 - "We have an awful lot of both content and expertise we think can be helpful to developing the TV industry here in China," Parsons told reporters at a media briefing at a business conference in Beijing.
2005 - "In terms of target dates, we're really at the beginning of trying to create these relationships and I would hope that by next year we would have some success."
2005 - July: "Windows Vista" name unveiled; Microsoft ships a beta version to 500,000. customers.
2006: March Microsoft delays consumer shipments of Vista until January 2007, says a buiness version will be ready in November 2006
2006: Chinese President Hu Jintao Successful Yale University Speech -- Makes Great Impression on Students and Skeptics. Assures U.S. Businessmen at China Expo Event in Final Talk before Flying to Saudi Arabia for Talks. 12HuJintaoChinaYale - MORE STORY
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Hu Jintao Dinner Party At Bill and Melinda Gates' High-Tech Home Makes Good Impression On China's President in Redmond, Washington. Henry Kissinger and China Expo 2008 to attends event. 112HuJintaoDinnerAtGates.htm - MORE STORY

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China's Academia Show off Innovative .NET Solutions. -- CLICK FOR MORE STORY

 

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