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    C&C (Guangdong) Contracted to Print Xinjiang Archives

    11 May 2013, the Signing Ceremony of Xinjiang Archives’ Printing Contract was held at C&C (Guangdong), the printing provider of the Archives. The Archives is estimated to spend more than CNY 100 million and last 8 years. It is also the largest quantity, the most long-lasting job and the most complex technologies for C&C (Guangdong)’s printing during the recent years.

    On the Signing Ceremony, the contract was signed by Mr. SHI Yongqiang (1st row on the left), Deputy Director of Editing and Publishing Committee of the Xinjiang Archives and Secretary of the CPC Committee of Administration of Press and Publication of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, and Mr. Jackson LEUNG (1st row on the right), CEO of C&C. Chief in the Committee, government officers and C&C senior management were witness to this contract.

    On the Signing Ceremony, the contract was signed by Mr. SHI Yongqiang, Deputy Director of Editing and Publishing Committee of the Xinjiang Archives and Secretary of the CPC Committee of Administration of Press and Publication of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, and Mr. Jackson LEUNG, CEO of C&C. Chief in the Committee, government officers and C&C senior management were witness to this contract.

    Mr. ZHANG Guiting, Deputy Supervisor of Editing and Publishing Committee of the Xinjiang Archives was introducing the process of editing the Archives.

    To strive for excellence, C&C (Guangdong) and Mr. NING Chengchun, the expert of binding design and Chief Designer of the Archives used their best efforts on the binging proposal. Bamboo spine, satin brocade, multiple foils stamping and other complex binding techniques will be applied on the Archives. The samples produced were highly appreciated by the client.

    The guests on the Ceremony gave their best wishes on the cooperation of the Archives’ printing.

    The Project of Xinjiang Archives is the largest one of the foundation of cultural construction in the history of Xinjiang, estimating to spend more than CNY 100 million and last 8 years. The Archives aim to publish the Xinjiang-related texts in pre-1949, consisting of originals and translations in Chinese, Uyghur, Kazakh, Mongol, Kyrgyz and Xibe. Targeted domains include works of philosophy, sociology, history and geography, literature and technology. The Archives will soon be available in print and in digital formats.

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