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China's PM Due To Arrive In UK


Chinese premier Wen Jaibao lands at Birmingham Airport this evening for the first part of his three-day trip to the UK. Sky's Lisa Dowd reports

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In the heart of Birmingham, amidst the concrete jungle is a grand pagoda carved from Chinese stone. It's a gift from a family forever grateful for the opportunities they found here.

"What does the pagoda symbolize to you?"

"It shows and brings a lot of the Chinese culture and displays that to the local people of Birmingham really."

The Yips made their fortune in food. For them, the arrival of the Chinese premier in their hometown could bring further riches.

"I think it's a great endorsement of Birmingham. It shows that he sees a lot of potential in Birmingham, and I think he's also by doing that encouraging more investment into the city and also into the UK."

Wen Jiabao leads the fastest growing economy in the world. The first stop on his UK visit--Birmingham's MG car plant, once home to Rover, now Shanghai Automotive. Optimists see opportunity that goes beyond this new and niche business.

"... already told us, they need investment in infrastructure, in automotive technologies, financial services, and town planning, those sorts of things, and looking to buy from the world. And the fact that he's chosen to come to Birmingham and the region shows that we've struck a chord."

Currently China is the UK's second largest trading partner outside the EU. Last year, trade between the two countries was worth more than 31 billion pounds. China spent 10.8 billion on products and services made by UK firms. That's up just over 40% on the previous year.

"One of the most intriguing aspects of this visit is the possibility of Chinese involvement in high speed too. The superfast rail link which would rejuvenate this old rail way station in Birmingham, and mean that London is just 45 minutes away."

It's controversial, and what the Chinese influence might be isn't yet clear, but it indicates it is a significant change. It was once Britain, particularly Birmingham that was the workshop of the world. Now global trade is dominated by three words, sharing in the huge profit they generate can go far beyond Beijing.

Lisa Dowd, Sky News, Birmingham.




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In the heart of Birmingham, amid the concrete jungle is a grand pagoda carved from Chinese stone. It's a gift from a family forever grateful for the opportunities they found here.

What do you see the pagoda symbolized to you?

"It shows and brings a lot of the Chinese culture and displays that to the local people of Birmingham really."

The Yips made their fortune in food. For them, the arrival of the Chinese premier in their hometown could bring further riches.

"I think it's a great endorsement of Birmingham. It shows that there's a lot of potential in Birmingham, and I think he's also by doing that encouraging more investment into the city and also into the UK."

Wen Jiabao leads the fastest growing economy in the world. The first stop on his UK visit: Birmingham's MG car plant, once home to Rover, now Shanghai Automotive. Optimists see opportunity that goes beyond this new and * business.

"We have already told this, they need investment in infrastructure, in automotive technologies, financial services and town planning, those sorts of things I'm looking to buy from the world. And the fact that he's chosen to come to Birmingham and the region shows that we've struck a chord."

Currently China is the UK's second largest trading partner outside the EU. Last year, trade between the two countries was worth more than 31 billion pounds. China spent 10.8 billion on products and services made by UK firms. That's up just over 40% on the previous year.

One of the most intriguing aspects of this visit is the possibility of Chinese involvement in high speed too. The super fast rail link which would rejuvenate this old rail way station in Birmingham. I mean that London is just 45 minutes away. It's controversial, and what the Chinese influence might be isn't yet clear, but it indicates a significant change. It was once Britain, particularly Birmingham, that was the workshop of the world. Now global trade is dominated by three words. Sharing in the huge profits they generate can go far beyond Beijing.

Lisa Dowd, Sky News, Birmingham.
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In the heart of Birmingham, amidst the concrete jungle is a grand pagoda carved from Chinese stone. It's a gift from a family forever grateful for the opportunities they found here.

"What does / / the pagoda symbolize to you?"

"It shows and brings a lot of the Chinese culture and displays that to the local people of Birmingham really."

The Yips made their fortune in food. For them, the arrival of the Chinese premier in their hometown could bring further riches.

"I think it's a great endorsement of Birmingham. It shows that he sees a lot of potential in Birmingham, and I think he's also by doing that encouraging more investment into the city and also into the UK."

Wen Jiabao leads the fastest growing economy in the world. The first stop on his UK visit--Birmingham's MG car plant, once home to Rover, now Shanghai Automotive. Optimists see opportunity that goes beyonds this new and niche business.

"... already told us, they need investment in infrastructure, in automotive technologies, financial services, / town planning, those sorts of things, and looking to buy from the world. And the fact that he's chosen to come to Birmingham and the region shows that we've struck a chord."

Currently China is the UK's second largest trading partner outside the EU. Last year, trade between the two countries was worth more than 31 billion pounds. China spent 10.8 billion on products and services made by UK firms. That's up just over 40% on the previous year.

"One of the most intriguing aspects of this visit is the possibility of Chinese involvement in high speed too. The super fast rail link which would rejuvenate this old rail way station in Birmingham, and mean that London is just 45 minutes away."

It's controversial, and what the Chinese influence might be isn't yet clear, but it indicates a significant change. It was once Britain, particularly Birmingham, that was the workshop of the world. Now global trade is dominated by three words, sharing in the huge profit/ they generate can go far beyond Beijing.

Lisa Dowd, Sky News, Birmingham.
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[Homework]2011-06-26 温总理英国行

In the hearts of Burmingun amids the concret jungle is a grand pagoda carved from Chinese stone. It is a gift from the family  for ever grateful for the  opportunities they found here. what does th pagoda simbolize to you ? It   shows and brings a lot of chinese culture and this plays up to the local people in birming really .The yipps made their fortune in food for then the arrival of the chinese primier in their hometown could bring further reaches.i think it is a great endorsement of  birming .it shows that  this is a lot potential .And i think he is also by doing that encouraging more investment into the city and also into the  Uk.Wenjiabao leads the fastest growing economy in the world. The first stop on  his Uk visit , birming NG CAR plant , once home to rover, now shanghai automotives.Optimists see opportinity that goes beyond this new and neash business.He already told us they need investment  in  infrastructure ,  in automotive technologies financial services  town  planning  resource   things and looking to buy from the world.and finally his chosing to come to birming and in the rigon shows that we have started a court.currently china is the UK 2rd largest trding partner outside the EU. LAST YEAR TRADE between the two countries was worth more than 31b pounds. china spent 10.8b on products and services made by  UK firms. that is just OVER 40% on the previous year . one of the most intriguing aspects of this  visit is the possibility of chinese involvement in high speed tune. the super fast railing which would rejuvenate this old rail way station in birming. and means that LONDON  is just 45 minutes away.   ITS controversionl of what the   chinese influnce might be is not yet clear   . bue it indicates the significant change  IT was once britain  particularly  birming  ,that was the workshop of the world .  now  global trade is dominated by tree woods,  sharing the  huge  profits they generat can go far  beyond beijing.
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In the heart of Birmingham, amidst the concrete jungle is a grand pagoda, carved from Chinese stone. It is a gift from a family forever grateful for the opportunities they found here.

What do you see pagoda symbolized to you?

Hmm, it shows and brings a lot of the Chinese culture and displays that to the local people of Birmingham really.

The #$#$ made their fortune in food. For them, the arrival of the Chinese primer in their hometown could bring further riches.

I think it is great endorsement of Birmingham. It shows that there is a lot of potential in Birmingham. And I think it is also, by doing that, encouraging more investment into the city and also into the UK.

Wen Jiabao leads the fastest growing economy in the world, the first stop on his UK visit, Birmingham’s M&G car plant, once home to Rover, now Shanghai Automotive. Optimists see opportunity that goes beyond this new and niche business.

He already told us they need investment in infrastructure, automotive technologies, financial services, town planning- those sorts of things they are looking to buy from the world. And the fact that he’s chosen to come to Birmingham in the region shows that we’ve struck accord.

Currently, China is the UK’s second-largest trading partner outside the EU. Last year, trade between the two countries was worth more than 31 billion pounds. China spent 10.8 billion on product and services made by UK firms. That’s up just over 40 percent on the previous year.

One of the most intriguing aspects of this visit is the possibility of Chinese involvement in high-speed tube, the superfast rail link which would rejuvenate this old railway station in Birmingham and mean that London is just 45 minutes away.

It is controversial and what the Chinese influence might be isn’t yet clear, but it indicates a significant change; it is once Briton particularly Birmingham that was the workshop of the world. Now global trade is dominated by three words, sharing in the huge profits they generate can go far beyond Beijing.
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In the heart of Birmingham, amidst the concrete jungle is a grand pagoda carved from Chinese stone. It’s a gift from the family for ever grateful for the opportunities they found here.

What does the pagoda symbolize to you?
It shows and brings a lot of Chinese culture and displays a sort to the local people in Birmingham really.

The Ye’s made their fortune in food. For them, the arrival of the Chinese Premier in their hometown could bring further riches.

I think it’s a great endorsement of Birmingham. It shows that there’s a lot potential in Birmingham and I think he’s also quite // encouraging more investment into the city and also into UK.

Wen Jiabao leads the fastest growing economy in the world. The first stop on his UK visit, Birmingham’s MG Car Plant, once home to all over, now Shanghai Auto Motor, optimists see opportunity that goes beyond this new // business.

// told us they need investment in infrastructure, in automotive technologies, financial services, time planning, those sort of things they are looking to buy from the world. And in fact, his choose to come to Birmingham, in the region, shows that we struck a chord.

Currently, China is the UK’s second largest trading partner outside the EU. Last year, trade between the two countries was worth more than 31 billion pounds. China spent 10.8 billion on products and services made by UK firms. That’s up just over 40% on the previous year.

One of the most intriguing aspects of this visit is to see the possibility of Chinese involvement in high speed too. The super fast railing which will rejuvenate this old railway station in Birmingham, and mean that London is just 45 minutes away.

It’s controversial on what the Chinese influence might be isn’t yet clear. But it indicates a significant change. It was once Britain, particularly, Birmingham, was the workshop of the world. Now global trade is dominated by three words, sharing the huge profits they generate, can go far beyond Beijing.

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[Homework]2011-06-26 温总理英国行

In the heart of Birmingham, amid the concrete jungle, is a grand pagoda, carved from Chinese stone. It’s a gift from a family forever grateful for the opportunities they found here.
What does the pagoda symbolize to you?
It shows and brings a lot of Chinese culture and displays to the local people of Birmingham living here.
The Yips made their fortune in food. The then arrival of Chinese premiere in their hometown could bring further riches.
“I think it’s a great endorsement of Birmingham. It shows that there is a lot of potential in Birmingham. And I think it’s also, by doing that, encouraging more investments in this city, and also the UK.”
Wen Jiabao leads the fastest-growing economy in the world. The first stop of his UK visit-Birmingham’s MG car plant, once home to Rover, now Shanghai Automotive. Optimists see opportunity that goes beyond this new and niche business.
“** told us that they need investment in infrastructure, in automotive technologies, financial services, town planning, those are things they are looking to buy from the world. And the fact that it chose Birmingham and the region shows that we stuck accord.”
Currently, China is the UK’s second largest trading partner outside the EU. Last year, trade between the two countries was worth more than 31 billion pounds. China spent 10.8 billion on products and services made by UK firms, that’s up just over 40% on the previous year.
One of the most intriguing aspect of this visit is to see possibilities of Chinese involvement in the high-speed tune, the super-fast railing which will rejuvenate this old railway station in Birmingham and mean that London is just 45 minutes away.
It’s controversial on what the Chinese influence might be isn’t yet clear, but it indicates the significant change. It was once Britain, particularly Birmingham, that was the workshop of the world. Now global trade is dominated by three words, sharing the huge profit they generate can go far beyond Beijing.

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[Homework]2011-06-26 温总理英国行

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  In the heart of Birmingham, amidst the concrete jungle, is a grand pagoda carved from Chinese stone. It is a gift from a family forever grateful for the opportunities they found here.


  What does the pagoda symbolize to you?
It surely brings a lot of Chinese culture and displays that to the local people of Birmingham, really.  


  The Yips made their fortune in food. For them, the arrival of the Chinese Premier in their hometown could bring further fortunes.


  I think it is a great endorsement of Birmingham. It shows that the premier sees a lot of potential in Birmingham and I think it is also by doing that he’s encouraging more investment into the city, and also into the UK.
   
  Wen Jiabao leads the fastest growing economy in the world. The first stop in his visit, Birmingham's MG car plant. Once home to Rover, now Shanghai Automotive. Optimists see opportunity that goes beyond this new and niche business.
   
  The holders??, they need investment in infrastructure, in automotive technologies, financial services, town planning, those sorts of things that they are looking to buy from the world. And the fact that he chose to come to Birmingham in the region shows that we struck a cord.
   
  Currently, China is the UK's largest trading partner outside the EU. Last year trade between the two countries was worth more than 31 billion pounds. China spent 10.8 billion on products and services made by UK firms. That's up just over 40% on the previous year.
   
  One of the most intriguing aspect of this visit is the possibility of Chinese involvement in high speed tube, the super-fast railing which will rejuvenate this old railway station in Birmingham, and means that London is just 45 minutes away.
   
  It's controversial what the Chinese influence might be. It isn’t yet clear, but it indicates a significant change. It was once Britain, particularly Birmingham, that was the workshop of the world. Now global trade is dominated by three words (Made in China). Sharing the huge profits they generate can go far beyond Beijing.
   
  Lisa Dowd, Sky News, Birmingham.
  
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In the heart of Bermingham,admidst concrete jungle,is a grand pagoda carved from chinese stone.It’s a gift form a family forever grateful for the opportunities they found here.
What does the pogada symbolize to you?It surely brings a lot of ,um,Chinese culture and displays that to the local people of Beringham,really.
The yips made their fortune in food.For them the near arrival of the Chinese premier in their hometown could bring further riches.
I think it’s a great endorsement of Bermingham.It shows that he sees a lot of potential in Bermingham.And I thiink,he’s also,by doing that,encouraging more investment into the city,and also for the UK.
Wenjiabao leads the fastest economy in the world.The first stop on his UK visit,Bermingham’s MG car plant. Once home to Rover,now Shanghai automotive.Optimists see opportunity that goes beyond the nnew and niche business.
// told us they need investment in infrastructure,in automotive technologies,financial services,town planing,those sorts of things they are looking to buy from world.The fact that he’s chosen to come to Bermingham in the region shows that we struck a chord
Currently,China is the second largest trading partner outside the EU.Last year,trade between the two countries was worth more than 31billion pounds.China spends 10.8 billion on products and services made by UK firms. That’s up to just over 40% on the previous year.One of the most intriguing aspeects of this vist is the posibility of China’s involvement in high speed tube.The super fast railing which will rejuvenate this old raliway station in Bermingham,and means that London is just 45 minutes away.
It’s controversial on what the Chinese influential might be.It isn’t yet clear.But it indicates a significant change.It was once Britain,particularly Bermingham,that was the workshop of the world.Now global trade is dominated by three words.sharing the huge profts they generate can go far beyond Beijing.
Lisa Dowd, Sky News, Birmingham.
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In the heart of Birmingham, amidst the concrete jungle is a grand pagoda carved from Chinese stone. It's a gift from a family forever grateful for the opportunities they found here.

"What does the pagoda symbolize to you?"

"It shows and brings a lot of the Chinese culture and displays that to the local people of Birmingham really."

The Yips made their fortune in food. For them, the arrival of the Chinese premier in their hometown could bring further riches.

"I think it's a great endorsement of Birmingham. It shows that he sees a lot of potential in Birmingham, and I think he's also by doing that encouraging more investment into the city and also into the UK."

Wen Jiabao leads the fastest growing economy in the world. The first stop on his UK visit--Birmingham's MG car plant, once homed to Rover, now Shanghai Automotive. Optimists see opportunity that goes beyond this new and niche business.

"... already told us, they need investment in infrastructure, in automotive technologies, financial services, / town planning, those sorts of things, and looking to buy from the world. And the fact that he's chosen to come to Birmingham and the region shows that we've struck a chord."

Currently China is the UK's second largest trading partner outside the EU. Last year, trade between the two countries was worth more than 31 billion pounds. China spent 10.8 billion on products and services made by UK firms. That's up just over 40% on the previous year.

"One of the most intriguing aspects of this visit is the possibility of Chinese involvement in high speed too. The super fast rail link which would rejuvenate this old rail way station in Birmingham, and mean that London is just 45 minutes away."

It's controversial, and what the Chinese influence might be isn't yet clear, but it indicates a significant change. It was once Britain, particularly Birmingham, that was the workshop of the world. Now global trade is dominated by three words, sharing in the huge profit/ they generate can go far beyond Beijing.

Lisa Dowd, Sky News, Birmingham.
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10# 英语天地Ellen
是Once home to Rover,不是Once homed to Rover.后者不仅与音频不符,还有语法错误
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Yesturday is history.tomorrow is mysteryBut today is present.
10# 英语天地Ellen  
是Once home to Rover,不是Once homed to Rover.后者不仅与音频不符,还有语法错误
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Once是不是表示过去的意思???
为什么不用过去式??
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In the heart of Birmingham,amid the concrete jungle is the grand pagoda carved from chinese stone. It's a gift from a family forever grateful for the opportunities they found here.
-What do you see the pagoda symbolize to you?
-It shows and brings a lot of chinese culture and displays out to be the local people of Birmingham really.
The Yes made their fortunes in food for then of the arrival of the premier in their hometown could bring further riches.
-I think it's a good endorcement of Birmingham. It shows that this is a lot of potentials in Birmingham,I think he also by doing that encourages more investment in this city and also in UK.
Wen Jiabao leads the fastest growing economy in the world, the first stop on his UK visit, Bermingham and MG car plant. Once home to Rover, now ShangHai automobile. Optimists see opportunities that goes beyond this new and niche business.
-We have told this they need investment in infrastructure, automobile , financial services, town planning, those sorts of things that I'm looking to buy from the world.The fact he's chosen to come to Bermingherm, the region shows that we struck a chord.
Currently, China is UK's second largest trading parters outside the EU. Last year, trade between two countries was worth more than 31 million pounds.China spend 10.8 billion products and services made by UK firms.That's just over 40% on the previous year.
One of the most intriguing aspects of this visit is the possibility of Chinese involvement in high speed too. The super fast rail link which would rejuvenate this old rail way station in Birmingham. I mean that London is just 45 minutes away.
It's controversial, and what the Chinese influence might be isn't yet clear, but it indicates a significant change. It was once Britain, particularly Birmingham, that was the workshop of the world. Now global trade is dominated by three words. Sharing in the huge profits they generate can go far beyond Beijing.
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In the heart of Birmingham, at mid of the concrete jungle, it is a grand pagoda carve from Chinese stone, it’s a gifted from the family for every grateful for the opportunities they found here.
What is the pagoda symbolized to you? The stone brings a lot of Chinese culture, this place are to be a local people ***.
The yips made that fortune in food, for then the arrival of the Chinese premier in their hometown, could bring further riches.
I think it is a great endowment of Birmingham. It shows that it’s a lot of potential in Birmingham, and I think he is also b** that encouraging more investment into the city, also into the UK.
Wen jiabao leads the fast growing economy in the world, the first down upon in UK visit is Birmingham’s NG car plants, wen’s home atuo now shang hai auto motive, optimistic opportunity the goals be on this new and ** business, when you told this they need investments and infrastructure and automotive technologies, financial services, and town planning. Both of things are looking to buy from where, and in fact he is choosing to come to Birmingham in the region, shows with strict coal.
Currently, china is UK’s second largest trading partner outside the EU. Last year, trade between the two countries is worth more than 31 billion pounds. China spent 10.8 billion on product some services made by UK firms. That’s just over 40% on the previews year.
One of the most trading experts of this business is seeing possibility of Chinese involvements in high speed too. The supervise railing which was r** this all railway station in Birmingham. I mean the London is just 45 miles away.
This controversial of more than Chinese influence might be isn’t yet clear. Within indicated same significant change, it was once Britain perticully Birmingham the word’s workshop of the world. Now global trade is dominated by 3 words, shining the huge, perfectly and generate can go far beyond BeiJing.
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In the hearts of Birmingham, amids the concrete jungle is a grand pogoda carved from a Chinese stone. It's a gift from a family forever grateful for the opportunity they founded here.

What does the pogoda symbolize to you?

Uh, it shows it brings a lot of Chinese culture. These places are to be local people in Birmingham really.

The Yips made that fortune in food for them, the arrival of the Chinese Prime Minister in their hometown could bring further riches.

I think it's a great endorsement of Birmingham, uh, it shows about there's a lot of potential in Birmingham, and I think he's also by doing that, encouraging more investment into the city, and also into the UK.

Wen Jiabao leads the fastest growing economy in the world. The first stop on his UK visit: Birmingham and MG car plants, once home to Rover, now Shanghai automotive. Optimistists see the opportunity that goes beyond this new and nitch business.

When he told us the need investment in infrastructure, in automotive technologies, financial services, town planning. Those of sort of things are looking to buy from world's, and in fact that he chose to come to Birmingham region, show us we've struck accord.

Currently China is the UK's second largest trade partner outside the EU. Last year, trade between the two countries was worth more than 31 billion pounds. China spent 10.8 billion on products and services made by UK firms. That's up just over 40% on previous year.

One of the most intriguing aspects of this visit is the possibility of Chinese involvement in high-speedII, the super-fast rail link which will rejuvenate this old railway station and mean that London is just 45 minutes away. It's controversial what the Chinese influence might be isn't yet clear, but it indicates the significant change. It was once in Britain, particularly in Birmingham, there was a workshop of the world, now global trade is dominated by three words sharing the huge profit they generate can go far beyond to Beijing.

Lisa Dowd, Skynews, Birmingham.
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