Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Chinese hemp works in Tai'an

While the US is going broke, the Chinese are making $! Part of the reason is that America's enemies introduced anti-hemp laws, and US senators and congressmen who want to commit financial terrorism against the US continue to keep hemp illegal. But this year a lot of the legislators are getting common sense - Mitch McConnell joined they fray - and the US could catch up. A petition to the White House - www.minawear.com/about-us/ is available to all who want to aid the US economic recovery.  Below is an article from China Daily:

Tai'an establishes first Academy Workshop of Hemp Weaving

The first Academy Workshop of Hemp Weaving kicked off in Tai'an city, Shandong province, on April 22. Lead by Yao Mu, a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, the workshop will focus on research and development in the weaving industry. It will boost the development of local weaving companies and accelerate the application of modern technology, according to Sd.xinhuanet.com.
The workshop will take advantage of local natural resources and the weaving industry and help incubate innovation. Jinfeihong Weaving Co, one of the outstanding participants, will play as the body of this workstation.
Yao Mu, a pioneer in the textile material field, has been working on textile material and imitation wool technology. With the help of Yao and the workshop, Jinfeihong will focus on developing environment-friendly materials for space, yachts and automobiles.
At the same time, the workshop can help the local industry cultivate talent, expand its business platform, establish standards and push innovation. Tai'an is expected to develop more local companies with core technology and a better competitive edge.

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