foodpanda Teams Up With Food Aid Foundation – Give A Little, Help A Lot

Food Aid Foundation and foodpanda Malaysia team up to raise funds for food for Persatuan Rumah K.I.D.S. Orphanage in Malaysia.

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, April 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — foodpanda hopes to help people learn about the importance of eating healthy and provide some basic knowledge about nutrition. With the “give a little, help a lot” initiative we would like to show that it takes very little effort to make significant changes. Together with Food Aid Foundation, our project is in the best hands: Food Aid Foundation will take care of the distribution and the transportation of the food.

“Our goal is to collect EUR1,000 (EUR1 = MYR3.94), to help cover two months of groceries for the orphanage. The collected money will go to Food Aid Foundation’s official fund raising account. They will buy the most necessary food stuffs for Rumah K.I.D.S Orphanage from the collected amount,” says Sidney, Country Manager of foodpanda Malaysia.

About Rumah K.I.D.S Orphanage

Persatuan Rumah Kanak-Kanak Ini Di Sayangi (Rumah K.I.D.S) began its operations in 1991. They are located at 7, Jalan Durian, Kawasan 6, 41100 Klang, Selangor. It is a registered non-profit charitable home for orphans and abandoned children. It is registered with the Registrar of Society and subsequently with Jabatan Kebajukan Masyarakat Malaysia and other related governmental departments.

The children are separated in two homes, based on gender. They between 4 to 18 years old. The orphanage needs support in order to provide food security for the children and assistance to cover the utility bills.

About foodpanda

foodpanda group is the leading global food delivery marketplace, active in 39 countries on five continents. The company enables restaurants to become visible in the online and mobile world and provides them with the latest online technology. For consumers, foodpanda/hellofood offer the convenience to order food online and with the widest gastronomic range, from which they can choose their favourite meal on the web or via the app.

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Sidney Ng
Country Manager, Malaysia
Unit D-3A-08, Level 3A, Block D,
Southgate Commercial Centre,
No.2 Jalan Dua off Jalan Chan Sow Lin, 55200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +6016-3062330

Trisha Ang
Marketing Manager
Unit D-3A-08, Level 3A, Block D,
Southgate Commercial Centre,
No.2 Jalan Dua off Jalan Chan Sow Lin, 55200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +6016-7252996

Japanese Culinary Academy Invites Professional Chefs from Around Globe for Cooking Competition

KYOTO, Japan, March 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The Japanese Culinary Academy, a nonprofit organization in Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, has been inviting professional chefs of Japanese cuisine at home and abroad to participate in the fifth Japan Culinary Art Competition ( ).

The competition is aimed at spreading Japanese cooking and gastronomical culture around the world, establishing global standards for Japanese cuisine and fostering chefs of Japanese cuisine around the globe.

The number of applicants for the competition has also been on the rise thanks to the growing popularity of Japanese cuisine, totaling 201 chefs in the fourth competition from August 2013 to February 2014.

This year’s competition, to be held under the theme of “Imagination! Opening up New Japanese Cuisine,” features two aspects of traditional local cuisine – menu creation and cooking.

With application closing on May 31, regional qualifying rounds will be held at six locations in Japan and one in Seoul, South Korea, before the Kyoto Finals in February 2016.

Since its establishment in August 2004, the Japanese Culinary Academy (JCA) has fostered, inherited and develop Japanese cuisine at home and abroad in a bid to promote “global understanding of Japanese cuisine” and contribute to “the next generation of Japanese food chefs.” The JCA will continue to foster, inherit and develop Japanese gastronomical culture, which is recognized as a UNESCO intangible cultural heritage.

A statement by Yoshihiro Murata, JCA chairman and the owner and chef of Kikunoi, a famed kaiseki restaurant.

Although Japanese cuisine is registered as an intangible cultural heritage, it is in fact in a crisis situation. As a business, Japanese cuisine is still difficult to enter and young chefs shun Japanese cuisine due to a lengthy apprenticeship. The Japanese Culinary Academy has decided to organize the fifth Japanese Culinary Art Competition, believing it is our important mission to foster Japanese chefs and cooks. We strongly urge many Japanese chefs to enter the competition.

About The Japanese Culinary Academy


Nonprofit Organization Japanese Culinary Academy


1F/KCCI Bldg., 240 Shoshoi-cho, Karasuma Ebisugawa, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto 604-0862, Japan


August 2004 (Incorporated as NGO in April 2007)


Yoshihiro Murata


Governor of Kyoto Prefecture, Mayor of Kyoto City, and Eiichi Takahashi

Terumi Ohyagi
Nonprofit Organization Japanese Culinary Academy
Tel: +81-75-241-4163
*Please send inquiries by e-mail.

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Nutrastar International, Inc. Announces Full Year 2014 Results

HARBIN, China, March 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Nutrastar International Inc. (OTCQB: NUIN) (“Nutrastar” or the “Company”), a leading producer and supplier of premium branded consumer products, including commercially cultivated Cordyceps Militaris (“Cordyceps”), functional health beverages and organic and specialty foods, today announced its results for the full year ended December 31, 2014.

Financial Highlights for the Full Year Ended December 31, 2014

  • Net revenue was $43.33 million, as compared to $43.35 million in full year 2013.
  • Gross profit was $34.01 million, representing a gross margin of 78.5%.
  • Net income was $22.72 million, representing a net margin of 52.4%.
  • Basic and diluted EPS were $1.34 and $1.28, respectively, with 16.83 million basic shares and 17.70 million diluted shares outstanding.

Management Commentary

Ms. Lianyun Han, CEO of Nutrastar, commented, “Over the past few years, we have worked hard at expanding product offerings, increasing revenue and creating opportunities through product development and capacity expansion. Although revenue for 2014 came in slightly under our estimates, it was a successful year nonetheless marked by the expansion and realignment of our product offerings in order to better position ourselves to meet current and future market demand. For the full year 2014, we operated at full production capacity and with the benefit of these economies of scale, our gross margins improved to 78.5%, up from 77.8% in the prior year. We also experienced a sales increase of approximately 10% or $3.36 million in our core premium consumer product Cordyceps, which includes sales of our new soluble, on-the-go Cordyceps powder solution. As expected, due to the strategic product realignment implemented in early 2014, sales growth of our core Cordyceps product segment was partially offset by $3.47 million decrease in sales of our beverages product line, resulting in year-over-year flat revenue growth.”

Ms. Han continued, “Currently, we expect to continue operating at full production capacity and thus anticipate minimum year-over-year revenue growth in the current year. Since demand for our premium Cordyceps Militaris consumer products remains robust in our current markets, we will begin to evaluate avenues for future capacity expansion this year.

One of our 2015 priorities will be exploring opportunities and securing the export of our products to markets abroad. Since receiving initial export approval from China’s Ministry of Commerce as Foreign Trade Operator, we have been conducting and prototyping new product formats for select international markets such as South Korea and Hong Kong. We plan to evaluate and test our on-the-go soluble Cordyceps powder solution to determine its potential receptivity and viability in the U.S. market, and explore strategic packaging and distribution partners that will be integral to our international exportation approval and expansion efforts. It is our current intention to complete market testing, secure packaging and international distribution partners in 2015 and begin generating international sales revenue in 2016. We believe the international path is a vital part of the Company’s future growth plan and we are committed to ensuring it happens as soon as possible beginning with our powder solution. We will keep the public apprised as initiatives progress.

In closing, we believe 2015, despite our flat revenue growth expectations, will be a significant year that sets the stage for increased and sustained growth for the Company going forward. On behalf of the entire Nutrastar team, we would like to thank our shareholders and supporters for their continued patience and support for our Company and belief in our unique value proposition within the growing consumer product market. We look forward to sharing in our successes moving forward.”

Outlook for the Year Ending December 31, 2015

Based on management’s current expectations, full year 2015 revenue should be in the range of $43 million to $45 million.

Request for Call with Management

Investors are invited to request a call with Nutrastar’s management team. For those investors who are interested in speaking with management, please contact American Capital Ventures at +1-305-918-7000 to schedule.

For more information regarding Nutrastar’s financial performance during the full year ended December 31, 2014, please refer to the Annual Report on Form 10-K to be filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on or about March 30, 2015.

About Nutrastar International Inc.

Nutrastar is a China based leading producer and supplier of premium branded consumer products including commercially cultivated Cordyceps Militaris, functional health beverages as well as specialty and organic foods. Cordyceps Militaris is one of the most highly regarded herbal nutrients in Traditional Chinese Medicine. The Company is headquartered in Harbin, capital of Heilongjiang Province, with 336 employees, including 21 in R&D, and 149 in sales and marketing. The products of Nutrastar are sold throughout China via a sales and distribution network that covers more than 10 provinces. More information may be found at or e-mail:

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Richard Hull
American Capital Ventures
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Coffee Expo 2015 Expects 45,000 Visitors — Colombian Coffee Experts to Offer Foodpairings

SEOUL, South Korea, March 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Coffee Expo Seoul 2015 will cover all aspects of the global coffee industry from green bean to cup, and from coffee farmer to your local cafe. Event organizers Coex and the Korea Coffee Association along with the official guest country of Colombia are expecting 45,000 visitors during the 4th annual event, taking place April 9-12, 2015 in Coex Hall A, Seoul.

Colombian Coffee and Foodpairing at Coffee Expo 2015, Coex, Seoul

Colombian Coffee and Foodpairing at Coffee Expo 2015, Coex, Seoul

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Colombian coffee experts will educate Coffee Expo Seoul 2015 visitors about Foodpairing, as a method for identifying which foods go well together, using six different Colombian coffee regions. Colombia is the top smooth coffee producer in the world, with coffee classified by origin, cultivation method and premium-grade characteristics. The national varieties are mostly Arabica, offering special characteristics like higher acidity, smoothness, higher infusion quality, stronger aroma and lower caffeine strength, thus providing a healthier product.

Concurrent events will include Mint Label, with the new product showcase, and the “World Super Barista Championship,” in search for outstanding professional and amateur baristas. Participants will be evaluated on their technical expertise, performance and beverage taste by expert judges. The winners will be awarded a cash prize of up to 10,000,000 KRW.

Coffee Expo Seoul 2015 will connect coffee businesses and buyers with Biz Matching and educational seminars, as the market has risen sharply over the past several years. In fact, the size of Korea’s coffee industry has grown by more than 2.6 times in the past 5 years. The coffee franchise industry is growing fast and strong as well. For example, Seoul has the highest number of Starbucks locations in the world, with 284 stores compared to 277 in New York City. In comparison, Seoul is also seeing the emergence of many smaller, independent coffee shops offering specialty and hand-drip coffees to compete with their larger, chain-store counterparts.

Find more information on Coffee Expo Seoul at or contact the Coffee Expo Seoul 2015 Secretariat

About Coex

Coex Co., Ltd. is a sub-company of the Korea International Trade Association (KITA), founded in 1986 with the aim of developing Korea’s exhibition and convention industry and boosting trade volumes. Coex Co., Ltd. is the sole management company of the Coex Convention & Exhibition Center, conveniently located in the heart of Seoul’s business district. For more information, please visit:

Media Contact:
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Coex International Marketing Manager

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Fi Asia-China, Hi & Ni to Open at SNIEC, Shanghai, 24-26 June 2015

Where food, pharma & nutraceuticals meet

SHANGHAI, March 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — China’s leading food and nutritional ingredient show returns to Shanghai this June with more exhibitors, features, visitors, ingredients and opportunities. More than 3,500 exhibitors and over 64,000 other industry professionals will come together to focus on sourcing the latest Chinese and Pan-Asian product innovations, market trends and the latest technologies at this key industry event. Taking place from 24-26 June 2015, Fi Asia-China will be co-located with 6 other events including Healthplex and Nutraceutical China (HNC) and CPhI China, which visitors can access for free.

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Match Making


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Top exhibitors that will be ready to do business and showcase their latest products and innovations include leading companies ConTek, DuPont, Gelita, Mintel, Naturex, Neptune Technologies, Plant Lipids, POM Wonderful, The Rimfrost Group, Rousselot and many more!

Features and highlights:

Health ingredients

A key and unique area of the show is Health ingredients AsiaChina, where over 90 Chinese exhibitors will be present. This area will feature key exhibitors specialising in health and nutraceutical ingredients. China is the biggest nutraceutical ingredient exporter in the world and as of January 2014, the exports were valued at more than USD 24 million with a rise of 26% against 2013. The United States, Japan and Chile are the top three export markets for China’s health ingredients and the most popular products include fish oil, beeswax, lecithin and pollen, and are currently being exported to 98 countries.

Natural ingredients

Natural ingredients AsiaChina is the largest gathering of leading suppliers specialising in natural and functional food and beverage ingredients. Here, visitors can source the latest technologies and trends, staying ahead of the competition.


The two-day conference programme organised by the China Chamber of Commerce for Import & Export of Medicines & Health Products, will offer expert insight in topics such as functional beverages, nutrition and health food analysis, Chinese food safety standards, import and export regulations and developments, processes for international dietary supplements and more!

Global Buyer’s Sourcing Meeting

This feature has established thousands of successful face-to-face meetings for international buyers from over 100 countries, helping them build business relationships with Chinese suppliers. You can pre-arrange one-to-one meetings with the right suppliers you need through this feature and maximise your time at the show. Held annually since 2009, the Global Buyers Sourcing Meeting is an onsite service provided at Fi Asia-China by our partner 21Food.

Mobile App

The Fi Asia-China mobile app is free to download and allows visitors to easily organise and customise their day, with all the key information available at their fingertips. Connect with exhibitors, access all on-site features, easily navigate through the 17 halls, arrange your on-site agenda, expand your professional network and engage with the 64,000+ on-site attendees to the show. The app is available from April onwards.

Co-located events

Fi Asia-China is co-located with a powerhouse of 6 other events, making it the most cost-effective one-stop shop for food ingredients industry professionals. Visit Health ingredients and Natural ingredients AsiaChina, Healthplex and Nutraceuticals China, Expo Food Tec, Starch Expo and CPhI and P-MEC China and source the latest ingredients and innovations across the entire value chain over the 3 show days.

Registration is free and can be done at

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Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia and Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Commissioned Project: Introducing Attractions of Japanese Food and Food Culture

– Short Film “Shabu-Shabu Spirit” Will Premiere Globally and Begin Streaming Online on March 25 –

– Five Short Films under Theme of “WA – SHOKU” (Japanese Food) Will Also Begin Screening Online Free of Charge! –

TOKYO, March 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — In December 2014, Wa-shoku – traditional Japanese cuisine and food culture – was recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Japan is home to diverse and abundant nature, and has nurtured its own original food culture. The tradition of the cuisine, very much rooted in the unique Japanese temperament, is understood as a “culture” that should be protected by Japan.

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On this occasion, Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia (SSFF & ASIA), one of the largest international short film festivals in Asia, has collaborated with the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries to launch “Project Introducing The Attractions Of Japanese Food And Food Culture,” designed to spread the attractions of Japanese food and Japanese food culture throughout Japan and the world.

Under the project, a Special Production Short Film titled “Shabu-Shabu Spirit” has been produced. This short film is screened online in full from March 25 (Wednesday) alongside an additional “WA – SHOKU (Japanese Food) Program,” which includes five short films carefully selected around the Japanese Food theme. Furthermore, “Shabu-Shabu Spirit” will be shown at Expo Milano 2015, due to open in Milan, Italy on May 1. Through such activities, we will further promote Japanese food and Japanese food culture.

Shabu-Shabu Spirit
Yuki Saito / Japan / 2015 / comedy / 10:32 minutes
A fiance, Keita, goes to meet the family, and the father, Shozo, begins his secret appraisal – a test to see whether this fiance is worthy or not of marrying his daughter. Trying to reduce the distance between them, the mother prepares a single nabe (cooking pot) for the shabu-shabu meal. As Shozo’s eyes glint brightly, Keita reaches towards the shabu-shabu.

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WA – SHOKU (Japanese Food) Program Lineup

Jordan Feldman / France / 2004 / Romance / 5:30 minutes
Francoise’s arrival in a Japanese restaurant at lunchtime causes a chain reaction.

Hatsuhiko Kaneda / Japan / 2012 / Drama / 11 minutes
An average day at a small izakaya doing steady business in the corner of a residential area is depicted in a matter-of-fact way. What thoughts run through the mind of the shop’s owner?

Fully cooked for you
Yuka Imabayashi / Japan / 2011 / Animation / 3:44 minutes
A mother is making a traditional New Year’s vegetable dish for the family, and her child is watching. The ingredients are animals of peas, carrots, burdock root and konjak. Enjoy the dish!

Matthew Fisher / USA / 2014 / 10:34 minutes
Mono no aware – Japanese for ‘sadness for the transience of things.’ This story explores the environment of the teppanyaki restaurant through the eyes of an aging chef. A slice-of-life meditation on life’s fading joys, and its moments of rejuvenation.

A Sushi Love Story
Mike Blaney / USA / 2010 / Animation / 2 minutes
A young sushi is torn between love at home and adventure abroad.

Seigo Tono
Committee for Short Shorts
Tel: +81-3-5474-8201
Fax: +81-3-5474-8202

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ZPARK Haidian Park — An Entrepreneurial Paradise

BEIJING, March 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — In April 2014, a 10-square-meter fast-food restaurant, Singularity Brothers or “Xi Shao Ye,” opened in Beijing’s Zhongguancun Haidian Park and immediately attracting an enormous following. In its first 100 days, Singularity sold a record 200,000 hamburgers. Favorably reviewed by local media, the valuation of what was clearly a franchisable restaurant quickly shot up to RMB100 million. In September, another location opened in a Zhongguancun shopping center near KFC and enjoyed even greater popularity. The founders of the “Brothers” were now confident they could create a global franchise. Only in ZPARK, with its massive international influence, could the Singularity Brothers have gained such a huge following.

The fifth branch of this now very popular restaurant chain was opened in December 2014. It’s no coincidence, said Meng Bing, the founder of Singularity Brothers, that three of its first five shops were established in Zhongguancun. For Singularity, Meng Bing said, “The biggest medium (for promotion or advertising) is not CCTV or Baidu, but Zhongguancun.” In this new era, he said, Zhongguancun is undoubtedly the best place to create and find new and trendy hotspots because Zhongguancun is now widely viewed in China as “a gathering place for opinion leaders.”

Indeed, over the past 20 years, the impression that most people have of Zhongguancun has gradually changed from what it once was, a large electronics super mall, to what it is today — a center for innovation and strategic developments in technology and also a source of national pride.

In addition to Singularity, Zhongguancun also houses many important new businesses, not the least of which is Virtue Inno Valley. Located in Dinghao Building, Virtue’s offices were designed by master designers from Tsinghua University’s Department of Architecture — a small, simple but still very modern design.

“Only in an incubator just over 2000 square meters could a group atmosphere be obtained,” said Li Zhu, the originator of Virtue Inno Valley’s “angel open platform.” Mr. Li Zhu has over 20 years of entrepreneurial experience. Before launching Virtue Inno Valley, he set up a software company in partnership with another Tsinghua University alumnus and then sold it to Tsinghua Tongfang. Afterwards, Mr. Li became an angel investor and one of his first investments was UUSEE (, a sports video website).

New success stories now occur at Virtue Inno Valley every day. Many of its clients often begin as poorly developed start-ups, but they frequently evolve into successful companies, some with potential valuations in excess of hundreds of millions of RMB. The foundation for Virtue Inno Valley is rooted to a large extent in its association with Tsinghua alumni. On Tsinghua University’s 100th anniversary, the Tsinghua Alumni Association of TMT (Technology, Media, Telecom) was created to help alumni do business. Not long after, the Association and THTI (Tsinghua Technology Innovation Holding Co.) together jointly helped launch Virtue Inno Valley. At that time, the government of Haidian District was leasing two out of the four floors in the Dinghao Building to Innovation Works and Tsinghua Science Park, respectively. The two floors are currently assigned to Tsinghua Science Park and managed by THTI, and as a result, Virtue Inno Valley now occupy the entire space. From the very beginning, it was Li Zhu’s intention to launch his incubator here and make it the first and most impressive “innovative” incubator in Zhongguancun.

Beijing provides one of the best business environments in China, and Zhongguancun is a perfect area for start-ups, in part, because of its the strong entrepreneurial atmosphere and its focus on innovation. There are also large Internet companies nearby, along with abundant talent from local colleges and universities, plus a great many financial and investment institutions. In addition, there’s also a good regional market in and around Zhongguancun. With Virtue, Zhongguancun now also has the additional infrastructure an organization to give entrepreneurs a wide range of professional value-added services.

The approach of traditional incubators is to rent low-cost office space and make a profit by carving up and renting space, often on a daily basis. However, within Virtue Inno Valley, Li Zhu expects that can really help entrepreneurs reduce their failure rates by helping to steer them in the right product direction. He can also help them connect with the resources they need to succeed. When it comes time for them to unveil their products, the Valley can also help them to find and secure the right promotional channels, find partners for cooperation and, if need be, obtain additional financing. In addition, the new incubator is also able to seed-fund many projects, as well as providing clients with many basic entrepreneurial services.

As a consequence, the biggest difference between this incubator and many other more traditional ones, Mr. Li asserted, is that “we just don’t rent a house” at a cheap price to entrepreneurs. Because Virtue Inno Valley is a community, not just a traditional incubator, it can offer its clients a “communicative atmosphere,” to small companies and small teams of people a path to succeed.

By learning from leading incubators like Y Combinator (YC), as well as from the experiences of other small incubators in Silicon Valley, plus the experiences of more than 500 start-ups, Virtue Inno Valley has also created an infrastructure for entrepreneurs, very similar in essence to a cross-enterprise team. So it’s not uncommon to see new start-ups bringing their computers to the site on their first day of business. Next, Virtue provides them with a place to work and assists them with registration. Office staff from law firms and finance firms are also on site to help them solve problems. The incubator also provides them with cloud services and helps them connect with Amazon, Aliyun, Baidu Cloud and other large platforms. In time, Li Zhu predicts, “countless billionaires will be born here.”

In Virtue Inno Valley’s experience, the most urgent demands of many early-stage entrepreneurs often involve the need for both capital and guidance. That’s why professional value-added services and investment functions are always made available to member companies by Virtue Inno Valley. Entrepreneurs can also learn from the past mistakes of other entrepreneurs, and well as from their achievements — another reason why Virtue Inno Valley is so valuable to its tenants.

Virtue Inno Valley often likes to say it offers members an “open” environment, and in many important respects, it does. First, Virtue is open to entrepreneurs. Even entrepreneurial teams, which do not receive financial investment from Virtue, are strongly supported by the incubator. Second, Virtue is open to investors from the Internet and other enterprises in other industries. As a result, Virtue is in a position to communicate with investors about all of its projects. In fact, Virtue routinely holds entrepreneurial competitions in partnership with Microsoft, Tencent, Baidu and other industry leaders. Thirdly, the incubator is also very involved to international markets. Virtue, just to give one example, recently formed a strategic partnership with Telefonica which operates incubators in no less than 12 countries. As a result, entrepreneurs at Virtue have access to potential partners as they expand overseas.

Currently, Zhongguancun is very active in securing domestic venture capital investment. Besides Virtue Inno Valley, the Garage Coffee and other new entrepreneurial service providers, Zhongguancun also works very closely with IDG Capital Partners, Legend Capital, Capital Today, Northern Light Venture Capital, Walden International, CEYUAN, Infotech, TusPark Ventures, Shenzhen Capital and other well-known institutions – all of whom are partners with ZPARK in Haidian Park. For instance, IDG has invested a number of high tech enterprises in ZPARK Haidian Park, including most famous and successful mobile internet companies in China like 360, Xiaomi, Baidu and etc.

Relying on industrial advantage of ZPARK, the overall formula for “incubator + accelerator + Science Park” is beginning to take shape. In the future, ZPARK will also energetically explore upscale services accelerating the incubation for both the middle and later stages of the industrial chain. At the same time it will continue to provide a strong incubation service for the enterprises at seed and startup stages. It will also establish step-by-step systems for “pre-incubation + full incubation + professional incubation + accelerating incubation.” ZPARK will also build a promotional service platform for incubators within the Software Park, aiming for high integration of industry for both upstream and downstream firms, and meeting the requirements in all aspects of “cluster incubation” and “professional incubation.” In this way, it can facilitate the concentration and scaled development for many kinds of business and industries.

In addition, its innovative and entrepreneurial avenues will also continue to pay attention to and research global innovative and entrepreneurial trends, and explore, experiment and promote new ways of thinking. This process will inevitably cultivate a group of new entrepreneurial service providers to inject both new blood and fresh ideas into Zhongguancun.

When we think of Silicon Valley, we always think Apple, HP and other world-famous science and technology giants. When we think of Zhongguancun, we think of Baidu and MIUI developed by Xiaomi. They are both the result in no small part to the incubation cultivated within ZPARK Haidian Park — “China’s Silicon Valley.” With help from ZPARK, these high-tech Chinese enterprises from China are now in a position to develop into true global brands. Currently, ZPARK is in the midst of realizing its strategic goal of building scientific and technological innovation centers with global influence, and through these innovations, transforming the park into a true China Silicon Valley.

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Pepsi(R) Challenges Darkness to Bring Light to Communities in Need with the Pepsi x Liter of Light “Ignite The Light” Tour

— First Global Challenge & Tour Stop Features Art Installation By World-Renowned Fashion Designer & Creative Director Nicola Formichetti in Hong Kong

PURCHASE, N.Y., March 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — #PEPSICHALLENGE — Pepsi® today challenges people worldwide to shine a light on those who live in darkness. As the first global initiative in its 2015 Pepsi® Challenge™ program, the iconic brand announces the Pepsi x Liter of Light “Ignite the Light” Tour — an international journey of creative, large-scale, mixed media art installations created by artists from around the world who will bring attention to communities that lack electricity and basic lighting solutions.

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In partnership with the Liter of Light organization and world-renowned fashion designer, creative director and fashion editor widely known for collaborations with Diesel and Lady Gaga, Nicola Formichetti, Pepsi reveals the first “Ignite the Light” installation in Hong Kong. Unveiled on March 15th and open to the public for a limited time at the PMQ Courtyard, Formichetti’s piece titled “Ao Dress” is a physical example of the symbiotic relationship between light and material.

“It’s important that the fashion and art industries work hand in hand and help each other, as each world now collides. I’m very much inspired by the art world mixing with my fashion angle, so it’s exciting to be able to have a hand in both through the Pepsi x Liter of Light ‘Ignite the Light’ Tour,” said Formichetti. “For my piece, ‘Ao Dress,’ I was inspired by Mother Nature — the embodiment of renewal, birth and the light of infinite possibility. What could be better than repurposing Pepsi bottles into something that helps people who go without the most basic of human needs, such as electricity and light. Pepsi is literally helping bring people out of the darkness and into the light, and that is something I can stand behind with conviction.”

“Ao Dress” is an out-of-this-world gown with body architecture crafted from light and Pepsi bottles. Inspired by “Ao” the Goddess of Light, the truly alchemistical fashion spectacle observes the beautiful nature of the liquid diffused glow of Liter of Light solar lights and creates a futuristic silhouette that stands as a celebration of the project. Formichetti’s team collaborated with fashion and technology company Studio XO and production company Prettybird to bring his vision to life.

“Through the ‘Ignite the Light’ Tour with Liter of Light, we’re infusing the fun and excitement of the Pepsi Challenge with a focused purpose — helping our consumers around the world achieve their desire to make an impact,” said Kristin Patrick, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, PepsiCo Global Beverage Brands. “Our work with Liter of Light is the connective tissue throughout the Pepsi Challenge program and we’re challenging ourselves, our artist partners and our consumers to draw attention to this vital need. To act and to make a real difference.”

Pepsi Challenge is a call to today’s generations to live life to the fullest and make every moment–big or small–epic. Throughout 2015, Pepsi Challenge unleashes a variety of global and local challenges designed to galvanize consumers to push themselves farther, dream a little bigger and “Live for Now.” Challenges will be issued on Pepsi social channels, and via global and local ambassadors.

Underpinning and uniting each and every #PepsiChallenge is a way for people around the world to make an impact. Through the partnership with Liter of Light, Pepsi will bring cost effective solar lighting solutions to communities in need while recycling plastic bottles. Every time consumers around the world use the #PepsiChallenge hash tag on public Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or YouTube profiles, Pepsi will donate $1 to Liter of Light to help bring environmentally-friendly, inexpensive and easy to make lights to those around the world who need it most.

To date, Liter of Light has provided ecologically-sustainable lighting solutions, including nighttime lighting solutions and public lighting such as street lights, to more than 18 countries including Brazil, India, Kenya, Colombia, Indonesia, Mexico, Egypt, Pakistan and the Philippines. Using empty recycled plastic bottles, water and chlorine, Liter of Light creates innovative “bottle lights” — a 55-watt solar bulb, with zero carbon emissions, that refracts sunlight and is powerful enough to light up a home.

“Light is not only a great need, but also a great inspiration, for so many,” said Illac Diaz, Liter of Light Founder. “The Pepsi Challenge program and its ‘Ignite the Light’ global challenge sheds light on our great mission in inspiring, beautiful and visually stunning ways — both physically with the artistic light installations around the world, as well as the great impact and movement made through our partnership with Pepsi.”

As a global ambassador for the Pepsi Challenge, Formichetti has challenged select artists around the world to take his lit torch and create the next “Ignite the Light” installation. Up to five “Ignite the Light” installations will be unveiled throughout the year around the world. Visit for more information.

About PepsiCo
PepsiCo products are enjoyed by consumers one billion times a day in more than 200 countries and territories around the world. PepsiCo generated more than $66 billion in net revenue in 2014, driven by a complementary food and beverage portfolio that includes Frito-Lay, Gatorade, Pepsi-Cola, Quaker and Tropicana. PepsiCo’s product portfolio includes a wide range of enjoyable foods and beverages, including 22 brands that generate more than $1 billion each in estimated annual retail sales. At the heart of PepsiCo is Performance with Purpose – our goal to deliver top-tier financial performance while creating sustainable growth in shareholder value. In practice, Performance with Purpose means providing a wide range of foods and beverages from treats to healthy eats; finding innovative ways to minimize our impact on the environment and reduce our operating costs; providing a safe and inclusive workplace for our employees globally; and respecting, supporting and investing in the local communities where we operate. For more information, visit

The Pepsi(R) Challenge(TM): Epic. Music. Sports. Tech. Design. Purpose.

The Most Ambitious Consumer Call to Action Ever for Pepsi Taps Global Superstars, New Technologies and Powerful Partners for Amazing Experiences Designed to Launch a Global Movement and Galvanize Generations to “Live For Now”

PURCHASE, N.Y., March 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Take the #PepsiChallenge and step out of your routine to do something different.

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Beginning today and continuing throughout 2015, this will become the hallmark of the Pepsi® Challenge™ as Pepsi unleashes its biggest socially-led, content driven initiative ever with a variety of global and local challenges designed to galvanize consumers around the world to defy convention, make every moment — big or small — epic, and truly “Live for Now.” Issued on Pepsi social and digital channels and via renowned ambassadors from around the world, #PepsiChallenge will incite consumers to take on different challenges for amazing life experiences and rewards.

Imbued with the cultural standing that has become its trademark, the 2015 content-driven, socially-led Pepsi Challenge will bring out-of-this-world films, once-in-a-lifetime music events, unique sports experiences and a global movement that will light up entire communities.

“Pepsi Challenge is an iconic piece of our brand equity and in many ways established our can-do attitude and spirit,” said Kristin Patrick, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, PepsiCo Global Beverage Brands. “When we talked to consumers around the globe about what challenge meant to them today, they resoundingly said that it entailed challenging convention and daring to do something differently. We used that sentiment as our inspiration to expand beyond just taste and re-imagine the Pepsi Challenge for new generations, creating this cross-pollination of experiences, events, community and social advocacy, designed to ignite a mindset that challenges the status quo, our fans and ourselves.”

The 2015 Pepsi Challenge

Global challenges will be unveiled across areas of pop culture that consumers are passionate about — technology, music, sports and design — and are accessible by visiting and Pepsi social channels around the world. Among the global challenges:

  • Technology: An unprecedented, inaugural brand collaboration with UrtheCast, which is providing the world’s first full-color Ultra High-Definition video camera in space. Featuring out-of-this-world footage captured by UrtheCast’s HD video camera and its medium-resolution camera onboard the International Space Station (ISS), Pepsi will challenge live production conventions with the first-ever, epic film adventure shot from space.
  • Music: A can’t miss experience at Rock In Rio Brazil, the biggest music festival in the world that for 30 years has showcased an unparalleled collection of performers in one place.
  • Sports: A collection of unconventional global sporting events and experiences anchored by some of the world’s most beloved sports heroes.
  • Design: An extraordinary opportunity for fans to re-envision the facade of a Pepsi can with their own creative designs and flair.

Global challenges will be augmented by regionally relevant challenges designed to capture the authentic essence of their market. Examples from around the world include “Crash the Pepsi IPL,” a three-month campaign challenging consumers in India to create and submit their own Pepsi ad for a chance to be aired during Indian Premier League games during the 2015 Pepsi IPL season; regional food-focused challenges in Thailand; and a Latin America summer music challenge tied to La Gira Refrescante.

Pepsi Challenge Ambassadors

Each global challenge will be led by a global Pepsi ambassador. Chosen for their ability to transcend borders and challenge convention, these global ambassadors include:

  • Eight-time Grammy award winning entertainer with more than 65 million records sold worldwide, Usher
  • 19-time tennis Grand Slam champion and undisputed greatest female tennis player of all-time, Serena Williams
  • The rising futbol superstar who served notice to the world in 2014, Colombia and Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez
  • The “Fastest Man Alive” and six-time Olympic gold medalist, Usain Bolt
  • World-renowned fashion designer, creative director and fashion editor widely known for collaborations with Diesel, Uniqlo and Lady Gaga, Nicola Formichetti
  • Mobile storyteller and international social media phenomenon with the most followed Snapchat account in the world, Jerome Jarre

“Throughout my life I have aspired to live each day with purpose and as an artist it is especially important to take risks and follow your passions,” said Usher. “It is great to team up with Pepsi to encourage people all over the world to live their life to the fullest and experience things they may have never dreamed of before.”

Challenge Darkness

Underpinning and uniting each and every #PepsiChallenge is a way for people around the world to make an impact. Through a partnership with the Liter of Light organization, Pepsi will bring cost effective solar lighting solutions to communities in need while recycling plastic bottles. To date, Liter of Light has provided ecologically-sustainable lighting solutions, free of cost, to more than 18 countries including Brazil, India, Kenya, Colombia, Indonesia, Mexico, Egypt, Pakistan and the Philippines. Through an expansion of an existing partnership with PepsiCo, every time consumers around the world use the #PepsiChallenge hash tag on public Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or YouTube profiles, Pepsi will donate $1 to Liter of Light to help bring light to people around the world who need it most.

The global, 360-integrated Pepsi Challenge program will also include several global television commercials, digital content, consumer engagement programs, point of sale, special packaging, impactful out of home and a robust digital and social program. Fans can participate in the #PepsiChallenge by following Pepsi on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in their local country, as well as visiting

About PepsiCo

PepsiCo products are enjoyed by consumers one billion times a day in more than 200 countries and territories around the world. PepsiCo generated more than $66 billion in net revenue in 2014, driven by a complementary food and beverage portfolio that includes Frito-Lay, Gatorade, Pepsi-Cola, Quaker and Tropicana. PepsiCo’s product portfolio includes a wide range of enjoyable foods and beverages, including 22 brands that generate more than $1 billion each in estimated annual retail sales. At the heart of PepsiCo is Performance with Purpose — our goal to deliver top-tier financial performance while creating sustainable growth in shareholder value. In practice, Performance with Purpose means providing a wide range of foods and beverages from treats to healthy eats; finding innovative ways to minimize our impact on the environment and reduce our operating costs; providing a safe and inclusive workplace for our employees globally; and respecting, supporting and investing in the local communities where we operate. For more information, visit

2015 Manufacturing Leadership Award Winners Announced

— Merck, Dow, GE, General Motors, Lockheed Martin and fellow award winners to be honored June 2-4 at the Manufacturing Leadership Summit

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., March 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Frost & Sullivan’s Manufacturing Leadership (ML) Council today recognized world-class manufacturing companies and individual leaders as winners of the 2015 Manufacturing Leadership Awards.

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In a world of intensifying global competition and accelerating, technology-driven change, recipients of the ML Awards have distinguished themselves by embracing breakthrough innovation and enabling their companies to anticipate and respond to customers with unmatched agility.

Now in its eleventh year, the ML Awards honor companies and individuals that are shaping the future of global manufacturing. Nominations are entered into 11 categories, evaluated and scored by a panel of expert judges. Ten of the ML Awards categories are for outstanding projects by a manufacturing company. One category recognizes the achievements of individual manufacturing leaders.

“Now more than ever, manufacturers must accelerate and expand innovation and the delivery of customer value while continuing to embrace core principles of quality and operational excellence,” said Global Vice President and Editorial Director of the Manufacturing Leadership Council David R. Brousell. “Winners of the 2015 ML Awards have clearly demonstrated that they are leaders on all of those fronts. Congratulations to each of them.”

ML Award winners and their technology partners will be honored on June 4, 2015 at a gala celebration that concludes the eleventh annual Manufacturing Leadership Summit in Carlsbad, CA. At the gala, winners of the ML High Achiever Awards, the ML Manufacturers of the Year, and the Manufacturing Leader of the Year will also be announced.

The ML Summit is a unique, interactive gathering of manufacturing leaders from around the world. The theme for the 2015 summit is “The New Era of Creating Manufacturing.” Featured speakers include: Ford Motor Co. Executive Vice President, Global Manufacturing and Labor Affairs John Fleming; Lockheed Martin Space Systems Vice President of Production Dennis Little; The Dow Chemical Company Vice Chairman, Business Operations James R. Fitterling; and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Director of the Defense Sciences Office Dr. Stefanie Tompkins.

Expert judges for the 2015 ML Awards include UCLA Vice Provost, Information Technology and Chief Academic Technology Officer Jim Davis; Frost & Sullivan Industrial Automation and Process Control Vice President of Research Sath Rao; L’Oreal Operations America Vice President, Communications and Social Responsibility Morris Lenczicki; Graphicast Inc. President Val Zanchuk; VirTex Enterprises LP CEO Brad Heath; Manufacturing Leadership Council Global Vice President and Editorial Director David R. Brousell; Lexmark International Corporate Manager Sustainability John Gagel; Extreme Networks Vice President, Engineering Operations and Quality Brad Martin; Plastic Molding Technology Inc. CEO Charles A. Sholtis; Digital Manufacturing & Design Innovation Institute at UI LABS Executive Director Dean L. Bartles; The Boeing Company Senior Manager Rod Mattison; Card-Monroe Corp. Vice President of Corporate Excellence Jim Joyner; Scientific Games Vice President, Global Supply Chain Chris Hillman; The Dow Chemical Company Vice President Engineering Solutions and Technology Centers Paul Dean II.

The Manufacturing Leadership Council is pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 ML Awards:

Big Data & Advanced Analytics Leadership

  • Bristol-Myers Squibb
  • Saudi Aramco (Abqaiq Intelligent Energy Management System)
  • Steel Dynamics
  • The Dow Chemical Company (Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence)

Customer Value Leadership

  • Boston Scientific
  • Schutt Sports (Mass Customization)
  • The Design Phactory
  • Thule, Inc.
  • Toyota Motor Sales

Engineering & Production Technology Leadership

  • Ball Aerospace
  • CPI Aerostructures
  • Extreme Networks (Robotic WiFi Antenna Testing)
  • General Motors
  • GKN Aerospace
  • Lockheed Martin Aeronautics (Applied Additive Tooling Technologies)
  • Lockheed Martin Aeronautics (Hole-Drilling Process Improvements)
  • Lockheed Martin Aeronautics (Optical Projection Of Fastener Installation Data)
  • Mechanical Equipment Company, Inc.
  • Mother Parkers Tea and Coffee (RealCup Capsule Commercialization and Rapid Expansion)
  • PACCAR Engine Company
  • Saudi Aramco (Integrated Analytical Engineering Performance Monitoring Tool)
  • Tessy Plastics LLC
  • The Tech Group

Enterprise Technology Leadership

  • AMA Plastics
  • Boers & Co.
  • CommScope, Inc. (PM Mobile)
  • Crescent Park Corp.
  • Epec Engineered Technologies
  • NetApp, Inc.
  • Nexteer
  • Toyota Boskoku America
  • VirTex Enterprises
  • Xerox

Innovation Process Leadership

  • Blast Motion
  • DIRTT Environmental Solutions
  • GE Global Research
  • IBM (Intelligent Release Enablement)
  • JCB India Ltd
  • Proto Labs
  • The Hayes Companies

Operational Excellence Leadership

  • ATK Aerospace Group
  • Avnet, Inc.
  • CommScope, Inc. (One-Piece Flow)
  • Eaton
  • IBM (IPDL Singapore Design and Operational eXcellence (DOX) Program)
  • Lexmark International, Inc. (Lean Sourcing Framework)
  • L’Oreal USA
  • MBX Systems
  • Nissan Americas
  • Olympic Steel, Inc.
  • Peterbilt Motors Co. (Mixed Model Cab Trim Line)
  • Peterbilt Motors Co. (North Texas Lean Consortium)
  • The Dow Chemical Company (Dow Hsinchu Site’s Six Sigma / Lean Journey)
  • The Raymond Corp.

New Product Leadership

  • BullEx (Attack™ and BullsEye™ Product Platforms)
  • Crest Industries
  • HzO, Inc.
  • Manchac Technologies
  • Merck & Co.
  • Mother Parkers Tea and Coffee (EcoCup Single Serve Capsules)
  • Schutt Sports (STX Stallion)
  • Terves, Inc.

Next-Generation Leadership

  • Allied Mineral Products
  • Meritage Global Services, Inc.
  • Peterbilt Motors Co. (Emerging Leaders Southwest)
  • Specialty Manufacturing, Inc.
  • The Dow Chemical Company (Next Generation Leadership)

Supply Chain Leadership

  • C&S Wholesale Grocers
  • Elster Gas, North and South America (Strategic Procurement Structure)
  • Hewlett-Packard Co.
  • IBM (Singapore Power Systems Transition Project)
  • Lexmark International, Inc. (Global Sourcing Contracts Process Improvements)
  • PL Developments
  • Redwing Shoe Company
  • Seagate, Inc.
  • Bridge Publications, Inc.

Sustainability Leadership

  • BullEx (Smart Class A PHASE II)
  • Campbell Soup
  • Columbia Manufacturing, Inc.
  • Elster Gas, North and South America (Sustainability Strategy)
  • Extreme Networks, Inc. (Sustainable Packaging)
  • Lexmark International, Inc. (Reconditioning of Laser Cartridge Developer Rolls)
  • Saudi Aramco (Resource and Energy Optimization)

Visionary Leadership

  • Harry Arnon, Hernon Manufacturing, Inc.
  • Marcia Coulson, Eldon James Corp.
  • Donald J. Davis, Kent Displays Inc.
  • Ulrich Ermel, TQ Systems GmbH
  • James Harbour, Harbour & Associates, Inc. (Retired)
  • Curt Modtland, The Dow Chemical Company (Retired)
  • Mort O’Sullivan, ARCA
  • Jamie Quilter, Rexnord Industries

About the Manufacturing Leadership Council

The Manufacturing Leadership Council, Frost & Sullivan, is the world’s first member-driven, global business leadership network dedicated to senior executives in the manufacturing industry. The Manufacturing Leadership Council’s mission is to help senior executives define and shape a better future for themselves, their organizations, and the industry at large. The Council produces an extensive portfolio of leadership networking, information, and professional development products, programs, and services, including the Manufacturing Leadership Community website, an online global business network with over 6,700 members worldwide; the Manufacturing Leadership Council, an invitation-only executive organization of over 100 members; the annual Manufacturing Leadership Summit; the Manufacturing Leadership Awards, celebrating industry achievement; and the thought-leading Manufacturing Leadership Journal. For more information, visit

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