Huawei Wins Intersolar AWARD at Intersolar 2019

Huawei Wins Intersolar AWARD at Intersolar 2019

MUNICH, May 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Huawei won the Intersolar Award at Intersolar 2019 for SUN2000 15-20KTL series smart inverter. The award was won by the inverter’s branding new attractions, ultimate safety and better experience. Huawei Residential & Commercial Smart PV Solution introduces the digital turbo technology for the first time, embedded with Huawei’s innovative chip and AI technology to reconstruct the installation experience.

The new SUN2000 3-20KTL series smart inverter has been honored for its top solution and values for customers. “By winning the Intersolar Award, Huawei’s focus on innovation has been recognized again.” Matthias Wagner from Huawei said.

Huawei Wins Intersolar AWARD at Intersolar 2019

Intersolar Award 2019

<5 seconds Auto Module Physical View Creation by AI Image Recognition: Image Identification of module layout template via commissioning App to quickly create module physical layout for monitoring.

<1.5 minutes Optimizer Paring through Powerful Chipset Performance: Huawei firstly introduced smart inverters with built in Hisilicon chipset, allowing inverter communicated with optimizer much faster and more reliable than ever before.

Ultimate safety: AI Powered AFCI to proactively mitigate fire risk. Huawei AFCI (Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter) can detect and confirm DC arcing precisely and inverter shutdown is only within 2 seconds to guarantee the safety of PV owners.

Huawei Wins Intersolar AWARD at Intersolar 2019

Based on the report released by global consultancy IHS Markit, Huawei was ranked No.1 globally in inverter shipment for four consecutive years, from 2015 to 2018. Intersolar Europe runs from May 15 to 17 in Munich, Germany. Huawei is showcasing its FusionSolar Smart PV Solution at booth B3.310. For more information, please visit: https://solar.huawei.com

Huawei Wins Intersolar AWARD at Intersolar 2019

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Chinese liquor maker Kweichow Moutai Group plans to donate five dollars to charity for each bottle of the newly launched series of liquors sold in Kenya

Moutai’s donation program in Kenya praised by the country’s Chinese Ambassador

NAIROBI, Kenya, May 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — On May 13, 2019 at 10:30 am local time, Chinese Ambassador to Kenya Wu Peng met with some members of the Cultural Moutai · Colorful Guizhou delegation led by Kweichow Moutai Group deputy party secretary Wang Yan in Nairobi, during which Mr. Wu was informed that Moutai plans to collaborate with a third-party partner to roll out a series of Moutai liquors in Kenya as part of the company’s program for public welfare. According to the program, five dollars will be donated to the local government for rescuing local wildlife for each bottle of the newly launched product line up sold in the country.

Chinese Ambassador to Kenya Wu Peng meets with some members of the Cultural Moutai·Colorful Guizhou delegation in Nairobi

“The philanthropic idea is very compelling and helps to enhance both the national image of China and the corporate image of Chinese firms,” said the ambassador, Mr. Wu.

During his meeting with the delegation, Mr. Wu underlined the fact that Chinese firms have been actively participating in the economic development of Kenya, a country in which Moutai is active in terms of corporate social responsibility, something that is long-term and meaningful.

“As a major Chinese liquor brand, Moutai has played an important role in deepening the friendship between China and foreign countries,” added Mr. Wu. “In Africa, many politicians love Moutai however, we have noted that there are major differences in liquor consumption from one country to another.”

Mr. Wu suggested that Moutai develop a strategy based on the concrete conditions in the African country it plans to expand into.

“Before you arrived in Kenya, I had seen the news that Moutai had held a successful brand marketing campaign in Tanzania.”

Mr. Wu also gave a presentation on the economic and social development of Kenya and proposed several suggestions on how to succeed in the market. In particular, based on the status of the country’s economic development and liquor consumption characteristics, Moutai could consider establishing a business there that goes beyond product sales by developing a more precise strategy for the market or deeply participating in the country’s economic development and investment, Mr. Wu explained.

The deputy party secretary, Mr. Wang, expressed his thanks to Mr. Wu for offering valuable advice to Moutai before giving a presentation on the company’s growth and strategy as well as the background behind their trip to Africa and their reflections on the trip.

“This marks the second time that Moutai has held a large-scale brand marketing campaign in Africa in response to the Chinese government’s Belt and Road (B&R) initiative.”

Mr. Wang noted that by leveraging its strong momentum, Moutai launched the campaign in Africa for the second time in line with the company’s strategic expansion plan, in a move to prepare for its further expansion in the African market and to enhance its global brand influence, laying a sound foundation for the firm’s long-term and sustainable development.

Mr. Wang underscored that with a rich portfolio, Moutai develops different supply and marketing plans for various markets worldwide.

Moutai Group has reached a consensus with local government bodies and corporate partners on the implementation of the company’s plan to donate five dollars to the local government for medical rescue and treatment of wildlife for each bottle of the newly launched series of Moutai liquors sold in the country. The donations will come from retail sales of Moutai’ s local sales partners.

On the afternoon of the same day, an agreement was signed in Nairobi between Moutai and its parties in Kenya. Moutai Group party committee member and deputy general manager Yang Jianjun signed on behalf of Moutai.

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Moutai and Guizhou Big Show with Double Themes Stuns East Africa

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania, May 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — “Moutai is the best product in China and we all will be the marketing ambassadors of Moutai,” said the former Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda of Tanzania on the evening of May 9 of local time, when he attended the large-scale brand culture promotion activity of “Cultural Moutai•Colorful Guizhou” the “Belt and Road Marching into Tanzania” in the Murimani Convention Centre in Dar es Salaam.

Wang Yan, deputy party secretary and head of delegation to Africa of Moutai Group, addressed in the promotion activity

At 18:00 on May 9, the activity was officially started in the most important seaport in East Africa; Cultural Moutai and Colorful Guizhou were hand in hand to present the big show with double themes.

Africa is the only mainland where Moutai held twice high-level brand promotion activities in succession in less than two years.

Moutai officially started to expand and develop in Africa in November 2017. At that time, Li Baofang, the secretary of the party committee of Moutai Group, led the team to successfully hold the large-scale brand promotion activity of “Meet Fragrant Cultural Moutai in Africa” in Capetown.

Establisment ceremony of the African Moutai fan alliance

The senior management of Moutai, such as Li Baofang, all showed in different situations that “we need to follow the big picture for the areas along ‘the Belt and Road’ such as Africa, and we must harvest few years later as long as we insist on.”

This travel in East Africa is a crucial brand promotion activity, aiming at the global market held by Moutai this year, after the South Africa promotion activity in April——Colorful Guizhou and Cultural Moutai light the passion under the line with brand-new creativity.

By report, since Moutai Group spent efforts for creation and development, Moutai and the series already covered 11 countries in the African market from zero. 2019 coincides with the 55th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and Tanzania. The appearance of Moutai struck a chord.

Wang Yan, deputy party secretary of Moutai Group showed the commemorative wine of Moutai “marching forward of Tanzania for guests

“Tanzania is the warmest and softest land in Africa. We learned that there is a Tazara Railway when we were still children, and we also saw the snow in Kilimanjaro and the lion running on the East Africa prairie from TV,” Wang Yan, the deputy party secretary of Moutai Group, enthusiastically said. “From distant friends to face-to-face cooperation and common growth, nowadays African mainland is beyond the one-way narrative of Hemingway’s time for Moutai people. Beautiful mountains and rivers of Kilimanjaro and the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau have never been closer than that in today.”

For Moutai’s second visit to Africa, Wang Yan clearly showed wishes to deepen Moutai people’s efforts here and actively respond to the building of “the Belt and Road,” thus bringing more high-quality Chinese products to Africa.

Wang Yan also introduced that with booming tourism, there are also wine and tea and rich natural heritages in Guizhou, the hometown of Moutai, and also the first big data comprehensive experiment zone in China.

Gao Wei, the cultural counsellor of Chinese embassy in Tanzania, highly praised that Moutai chose Tanzania as the core site of second quality promotion in Africa on the 55th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and Tanzania.

Yang Jianjun, deputy general manager of Moutai, and John Masai Mara, former Vice President and former Prime Minister of Tanzania, jointly revealed the mystery of the commemorative wine of Guizhou Moutai “marching forward Dar es Salaam of Tanzania

In the party, Yang Jianjun, member of the party committee and deputy general manager of Moutai Group, led all participants in a toast and celebrated meeting fragrant Moutai in Africa again. The elaborate Moutai wine tasting video was played synchronously on the big screen to let the guests know more about Chinese wine culture, and singers from Moutai Art Group performed folk songs and dances, integrating natural instincts of singing and dancing between African and Guizhou natives.

Followed by that, a group of African models wearing cheongsams of different colors, holding classical Moutai, including Aged Moutai, Kweichow Moutai, Five-star Moutai, as well as Chinese Zodiac Moutai, stepped toward the main platform, and the rich product design philosophy of Moutai was amazed.

Nathan Tibaigana, a Moutai fen from Tanzania, tasted Moutai on the scene for the first time, and “lovely,” he said in excitement. Comparing the cocktail modulated from Moutai, Nathan Tibaigana preferred drinking Moutai directly, because it is more aromatic and tastes mellower.

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Moutai’s first ever MOU on talent exchanges targeting Africa signed at Tanzania’s largest public university

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania, May 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — On May 8 at 8:30 am local time, a team led by Kweichow Moutai Group deputy party secretary Wang Yan, leader of the Cultural Moutai – Colorful Guizhou Belt and Road (B&R) Journey – Walking into Tanzania delegation, visited the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) in Tanzania. “The memorandum of understanding on cultural exchanges signed today will lay a solid foundation for future cooperation in personnel training, academic exchanges and resource sharing, build a bridge for communications and exchanges between the two regions, and bring about more positive information and opportunities,” Wang said in his speech.

Kweichow Moutai Group deputy party secretary Wang Yan (left), Kweichow Moutai Group party committee member and deputy general manager Yang Jianjun (right) and UDSM vice-chancellor Prof. William Anangisye at the MOU signing ceremony

On that day, Kweichow Moutai Group party committee member and deputy general manager Yang Jianjun and UDSM vice-chancellor Prof. William Anangisye signed the MOU. UDSM director of the vice-chancellor’s office Dr. Lupa Ramadhani, director of the foreign affairs office Dr. Lulu Tunu Kaaya, legal adviser and secretary of the board Saudin Mwakaje, director of the agricultural engineering department Lilian D. Kaale, director of the marketing department of the Business School Omari k. Mbura, public relations officer Jackson Isdovy, Chinese director of the UDSM Confucius Institute Prof. Liu Yan and Tanzanian director of the UDSM Confucius Institute Prof. Aldin Mutembei were present at the signing ceremony.

The visit to UDSM was the first action taken by the Cultural Moutai – Colorful Guizhou B&R Journey – Walking into Tanzania delegation, and the MOU represented the first time that Moutai has established a partnership with a major university in Africa.

The starting point for cooperation in several fields

“This is the starting point for our future cooperation encompassing many different fields. We can learn a lot from you, and both of us can achieve good outcomes,” Prof. William Anangisye spoke highly of the MOU with Moutai during his speech.

He said that the signing of the MOU was also the starting point for UDSM to engage in talent development. “Our professors and teachers will visit and learn from Moutai, and we also welcome the students and teachers of Moutai Institute to come here and engage in exchanges with us.”

As the only comprehensive university in Tanzania, UDSM has cultivated many top-notch talents that have gone on to make contributions in Tanzania and throughout East Africa. It is not only the largest and oldest public university in Tanzania, but also has, in recent years, served as a bridge for cultural exchanges between China and Tanzania. The university’s China Research Center has played an active role in promoting Sino-Tanzanian and Sino-African cooperation.

With the signing of the MOU, Moutai Institute has joined East China Normal University and Zhejiang Normal University in the community that has established friendly exchange ties with UDSM.

Moutai Institute, established by Moutai Group, is China’s first undergraduate institution that trains application-oriented professionals for the alcoholic beverage brewing industry chain and serves as the group’s key talent pool. The institute has established seven departments centered around the brewing process, including brewing engineering as well as food science and engineering, providing 14 undergraduate degree programs with a focus on all aspects of brewing engineering, viticulture and wine engineering.

Creating an educational community

Facilitating the open communications between the peoples of the world through cooperation in education is one of the key missions advocated by the Chinese government’s Belt and Road (B&R) initiative. The MOU reflects Moutai Group and UDSM’s ongoing commitment to the memorandum between China and Tanzania for joint participation in the initiative, and their shared vision of building an educational community under the B&R framework by strengthening the collaboration and exchanges between as well as the mutual benefits for educational institutions in the two countries.

According to the MOU, UDSM and Moutai Group will strengthen and expand their exchanges and collaborative efforts with similar groups and organizations in terms of education, culture, talent training and tourism. In addition, the MOU provides Moutai Group with an opportunity to build and deepen its exchanges and collaborative ties with other organizations.

With the partnership, both parties will improve the quality of their academic exchanges by sharing expertise in theory, technology, teaching and practical training with a focus on brewing, among other disciplines, as well as organizing academic discussions and exchange visits. Kweichow Moutai plans provide the two countries with an access to talent exchanges through the Confucius Institute at UDSM.

During his speech, Mr. Wang invited the faculty and outstanding students to visit the Moutai facility in a move to further the exchanges.

He indicated that Moutai, an iconic Chinese liquor maker with products available across the globe, is facilitating the B&R initiative by opening new locations in overseas markets and expanding exports, in addition to increasing investment and imports as well as providing local job opportunities and adding to the tax revenues in several countries around the world.

He said that Moutai has made several contributions to public welfare, providing educational assistance and supporting poverty relief programs in China, as well as assisting in the construction of a primary school in Mozambique and establishing the Moutai Scholarship program in Australia.

UDSM Confucius Institute co-president Liu Yan commented, “Moutai is an iconic Chinese company with a global reputation as well as a long-established symbol of national culture. We believe the partnership between Moutai Group and one of the best universities in Tanzania will prove to be a success and open up new opportunities and possibilities for talent exchanges between the two countries.” UDSM welcomes Moutai Institute to join the list of exchange programs and partnerships between Chinese and Tanzanian institutions.

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EWTN To Launch African News Agency

ROME, May 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — (EWTN) – EWTN Global Catholic Network announced May 10 that it will launch a news service for the African continent. ACI-Africa will be a Nairobi, Kenya-based Catholic news agency, which will publish content in English, French and Portuguese. EWTN Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael P. Warsaw formally introduced the project during an event at EWTN’s Vatican bureau. The news agency will officially begin operations on August 15, the Solemnity of the Assumption, the same date on which EWTN Founder Mother Angelica launched EWTN in 1981.

EWTN Global Catholic Network announced May 10 that it will launch a news service for the African continent. ACI-Africa will be a Nairobi, Kenya-based Catholic news agency, which will publish content in English, French and Portuguese. ACI-Africa will be headed by Father Don Bosco Onyalla, a priest of the Diocese of Rumbek in South Sudan.

“I am pleased to announce that EWTN will soon be launching a news agency which will cover the Church across the continent of Africa,” Warsaw said. “The Church in Africa is vibrant and continues to see exponential growth. My hope is that this new service from EWTN will help continue to build up the African Church and also ensure that the voice of the African Church is heard more clearly around the world with content that is shared through EWTN’s other news platforms.”

The Association for Catholic Information in Africa (ACI-Africa) will be headed by Father Don Bosco Onyalla, a priest of the Diocese of Rumbek in South Sudan. He is a journalist who established and previously oversaw the Catholic News Agency For Africa (CANAA), a project of the African bishops conference since May 2013. Onyalla’s work has included producing websites, newsletters and social media updates for the bishops, as well as working with diocesan, national and regional episcopal communication directors throughout Africa. He speaks English, French, and Swahili, as well as the local languages of Luhya and Dinka.

“I look forward to interacting with fellow Catholic journalists under the EWTN umbrella, to facilitating the telling of Africa’s story by Africans, and to the challenges involved in setting up a news agency in the vast and multi-cultural context that is Africa,” Onyalla said.

ACI-Africa will be a part the ACI Group which was acquired by EWTN in 2014 and includes ACI Prensa, the world’s largest Spanish-language Catholic news organization with headquarters in Lima, Peru; ACI Digital, the Rio de Janeiro, Brazil-based news organization, which serves the Portuguese-speaking world; and ACI Stampa, the Italian-language news organization based in Rome. ACI Group is part of the larger EWTN News, Inc. division, which also includes Denver-based Catholic News Agency (CNA), the German language news service, CNA Deutsch, and several other Catholic news outlets.

EWTN Global Catholic Network

“We were honored to welcome Vatican officials, journalists, and distinguished guests to our event announcing the birth of ACI-Africa,” said Alejandro Bermudez, Executive Director of the ACI Group. “This new Agency aimed at covering all Africa for Africa and the world is an expression of the growing role African Catholicism is having in the universal Church. This is a significant step forward for the ACI Group as well as for the larger EWTN News family.”

The launch of ACI-Africa is the latest development in EWTN’s efforts to continue to expand its news presence in the global Catholic digital and multimedia marketplace. In 2013, the Network launched “EWTN News Nightly,” a daily news program from Washington, D.C. covering news and world events from a Catholic perspective. In 2011, EWTN acquired “The National Catholic Register,” the leading Catholic newspaper in the United States. In addition, EWTN’s radio and digital media services have greatly expanded their news content in recent years.

EWTN Global Catholic Network, in its 38th year, is the largest religious media network in the world. EWTN’s 11 global TV channels are broadcast in multiple languages 24 hours a day, seven days a week to over 300 million television households in more than 145 countries and territories. EWTN platforms also include radio services transmitted through SIRIUS/XM, iHeart Radio, and over 500 domestic and international AM & FM radio affiliates; a worldwide shortwave radio service; one of the largest Catholic websites in the U.S.; electronic and print news services, including Catholic News Agency, “The National Catholic Register” newspaper, and several global news wire services; as well as EWTN Publishing, its book publishing division.

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EWTN To Launch African News Agency

ROME, May 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — (EWTN) – EWTN Global Catholic Network announced May 10 that it will launch a news service for the African continent. ACI-Africa will be a Nairobi, Kenya-based Catholic news agency, which will publish content in English, French and Portuguese. EWTN Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael P. Warsaw formally introduced the project during an event at EWTN’s Vatican bureau. The news agency will officially begin operations on August 15, the Solemnity of the Assumption, the same date on which EWTN Founder Mother Angelica launched EWTN in 1981.

EWTN Global Catholic Network announced May 10 that it will launch a news service for the African continent. ACI-Africa will be a Nairobi, Kenya-based Catholic news agency, which will publish content in English, French and Portuguese. ACI-Africa will be headed by Father Don Bosco Onyalla, a priest of the Diocese of Rumbek in South Sudan.

“I am pleased to announce that EWTN will soon be launching a news agency which will cover the Church across the continent of Africa,” Warsaw said. “The Church in Africa is vibrant and continues to see exponential growth. My hope is that this new service from EWTN will help continue to build up the African Church and also ensure that the voice of the African Church is heard more clearly around the world with content that is shared through EWTN’s other news platforms.”

The Association for Catholic Information in Africa (ACI-Africa) will be headed by Father Don Bosco Onyalla, a priest of the Diocese of Rumbek in South Sudan. He is a journalist who established and previously oversaw the Catholic News Agency For Africa (CANAA), a project of the African bishops conference since May 2013. Onyalla’s work has included producing websites, newsletters and social media updates for the bishops, as well as working with diocesan, national and regional episcopal communication directors throughout Africa. He speaks English, French, and Swahili, as well as the local languages of Luhya and Dinka.

“I look forward to interacting with fellow Catholic journalists under the EWTN umbrella, to facilitating the telling of Africa’s story by Africans, and to the challenges involved in setting up a news agency in the vast and multi-cultural context that is Africa,” Onyalla said.

ACI-Africa will be a part the ACI Group which was acquired by EWTN in 2014 and includes ACI Prensa, the world’s largest Spanish-language Catholic news organization with headquarters in Lima, Peru; ACI Digital, the Rio de Janeiro, Brazil-based news organization, which serves the Portuguese-speaking world; and ACI Stampa, the Italian-language news organization based in Rome. ACI Group is part of the larger EWTN News, Inc. division, which also includes Denver-based Catholic News Agency (CNA), the German language news service, CNA Deutsch, and several other Catholic news outlets.

EWTN Global Catholic Network

“We were honored to welcome Vatican officials, journalists, and distinguished guests to our event announcing the birth of ACI-Africa,” said Alejandro Bermudez, Executive Director of the ACI Group. “This new Agency aimed at covering all Africa for Africa and the world is an expression of the growing role African Catholicism is having in the universal Church. This is a significant step forward for the ACI Group as well as for the larger EWTN News family.”

The launch of ACI-Africa is the latest development in EWTN’s efforts to continue to expand its news presence in the global Catholic digital and multimedia marketplace. In 2013, the Network launched “EWTN News Nightly,” a daily news program from Washington, D.C. covering news and world events from a Catholic perspective. In 2011, EWTN acquired “The National Catholic Register,” the leading Catholic newspaper in the United States. In addition, EWTN’s radio and digital media services have greatly expanded their news content in recent years.

EWTN Global Catholic Network, in its 38th year, is the largest religious media network in the world. EWTN’s 11 global TV channels are broadcast in multiple languages 24 hours a day, seven days a week to over 300 million television households in more than 145 countries and territories. EWTN platforms also include radio services transmitted through SIRIUS/XM, iHeart Radio, and over 500 domestic and international AM & FM radio affiliates; a worldwide shortwave radio service; one of the largest Catholic websites in the U.S.; electronic and print news services, including Catholic News Agency, “The National Catholic Register” newspaper, and several global news wire services; as well as EWTN Publishing, its book publishing division.

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