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MRE CHENGDU SPOTLIGHT
● Maxxelli Director of Business Development Peter Kuppens was invited to
attend the American Independence Day party held by American Chamber of Olympic Games in Beijing 2008
Commerce in Crowne Plaza Hotel on June 29.
● The US Consulate organized an American Independence Day event on ,
The last sales phase for the remaining 820,000 tickets for
July 3, one day before the actual holiday. Dustin Mills, General Manager of the Olympic Games starts on July 25. From that day on,
Maxxelli Chengdu, attended this event in Crowne Plaza Hotel. tickets can be purchased by individuals rather than groups,
which were allowed to buy tickets until now. Tickets can be
● Congratulations to Ms Zhou Yue, the new General Manager of the purchased at the venue booths in Beijing, Shanghai,
European Chamber of Commerce! Ms Zhou is a Chengdu local who studied Tianjin, Shenyang and Qinhuangdao. To make the ticket
and worked in France and Shanghai. distribution as fair as possible, each person is only allowed
● The European Chamber of Commerce released the Chengdu Business
to buy two tickets at once.
Guide 2008. The Guide is available for RMB 199 for members and RMB 399 If you do not have the possibility to purchase tickets
for non-members. It can be purchased directly at the EU Chamber’s office yourself, you should be very quick. Local agencies like the
in Garden City Hotel, Room 811, # 8 Daye Road. The articles “Housing” and Shanghai-based S2M Group take ticket orders until this
“Telecommunication” in the business guide are provided by Maxxelli Real Friday, July 25. Contact Joy Zeng at email@example.com
or via phone on 021 6323 5586 and 138 175 66162.
● Dujiangyan, a county of Chengdu city and famous scenic spot is opened
to visitors again after having being destroyed by the earthquake of May 12.
Dujiangyan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and famous for its Water MRE EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH
Irrigation System, built 2,300 years ago and still a major source for local
● Chengdu has been announced the most environmentally friendly city in
mainland China. Only Hong Kong achieved better results in the assessment is the Customer Service Manager of
Maxxelli Real Estate Chengdu. He joined
of environmental quality. The research was conducted by Wanshida Group
Maxxelli in May 2008. His email address is:
and is based on scientific data and targeted 21 cities in Asia-Pacific, Middle
East and Africa. Melbourne, Australia, achieved the first rank in
CHENGDU HOUSING RECOMMENDED: SHUJUN TOWNHOUSES
Shu Jun is a park-like townhouse
compound located in Huayang
District, close to the South Hi-Tech
Zone. The Townhouses there are
now readily available.
121-353 sqm/ 3-4Bedrooms/Furnished
OTHER R E C O M M E N D AT I O N S
Qing Yang Gong
Qing Yang Gong (Qing Yang Temple) is the oldest and largest Taoist
temple in the Southwest of China. It is situated in the western portion of
Chengdu. Originally built in the early Tang Dynasty (618-907), this
temple has been rebuilt and repaired many times. The existing buildings
were mostly built during The Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).
According to legend, Qing Yang Gong was said to be the birth place of
Qing Yang Gong the founder of Taoism, Lao Zi, and is where he made the first sermon
青羊宫 about Taoism. Ever since Taoism was established, this temple was said
to be holy place for immortals to get together. According to recorded
# 9 First Ring Road, 2nd West Sect.
history, this temple was visited by two emperors of the Tang Dynasty.
一环路西二段 9号 The temple was named by one of these two emperors. Because of this,
Opening hours: 8am—6pm Qing Yang Gong is regarded as a cultural and historical site of great
Tel: 8776 6584/ 8776 3961 importance in Chengdu.
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