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Get ready for an in-depth look at the 2021 HOTELEX Shanghai International Coffee & Food Festival.

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Our presenter tries Tasogare's low-sugar and sugar-free options.

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The story of Tasogare began in Japan, culminating in it becoming the sponsor of the 2022 Asian Games.

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The 123GO from TIMEMORE makes the process of coffee grinding accessible to everyone.

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Our presenter turns his attention to the Ultimate Coffee booth.

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Our presenter continues to explore more booths at the coffee convention.

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Our presenter takes a look at products by Cafe de Kona and Fellow.

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Our presenter has some closing thoughts after four days at the coffee convention.

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A news report on the average salaries for certain sectors in the Shanghai job market.

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A simple simulation shows that even a low-speed rear-end collision has the potential to cause severe injury for passengers without a safety cushion.

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Consequences could be serious for those seated in the rear middle seat during rear-end collisions.

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This video examines the front suspensions for the Land Rover Evoque and the Landwind X7.

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This video compares the rear suspension systems of the Land Rover Evoque and the Landwind X7.

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The verdict: Just how does the Land Rover Evoque compare with the Landwind X7?

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Should there be more control of China's capital account liberalization?

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Chinese enterprises are using trade to achieve an influx of foreign capital, although the validity of the reported exports may come into question.

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A more transparent process needs to be in place to mitigate risks in the flow of capital.

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Not unlike a Chinese version of The Apprentice, this reality show seeks to find a talented COO to help run a business. In the first episode, we meet the judges and the four COO hopefuls.

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How do you choose the COO of an e-commerce site? Give them a car wash to run for a day, of course! Divided into two teams, the four contestants go head to head, using all their marketing savvy to lure in customers- group buying sites, membership cards, air fresheners. Which team will prevail?

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Both teams up their tally with last-minute sales, but which side will cinch the victory? The results are in and the judges are eager to grill the contestants. It's not the judges they should be afraid of, however, but each other. Asked to name who is the least suited to being a COO, the contestants give their brutal assessments.

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In the ongoing hunt for a COO, one contestant must be eliminated. So, what exactly does a COO do, anyway? Not much, according to one COO-hopeful, despite his expected salary of 700,000 RMB. Watch as the judges set him straight!

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This is the business version of "The X Factor." See contestants compete with each other to win their dream job as they make their way through various rounds and try to win the favor of the judges.

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This is the business version of "The X Factor." See contestants compete with each other to win their dream job as they make their way through various rounds and try to win the favor of the judges.

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This is the business version of "The X Factor." See contestants compete with each other to win their dream job as they make their way through various rounds and try to win the favor of the judges. The finale!

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