Daily Archives: September 2, 2018

Winning IFA Product Technical Innovation Award, setting up new overseas brands, SKYWORTH unveils “AI” brand strategy

BERLIN, Sept. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — On August 31, 2018, the 2018 Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) Berlin opens on schedule. In the first day, a series of breaking news has made China brand SKYWORTH become the focus immediately. This year is the 30th anniversary of SKYWORTH, S9A, as the annual OLED product, won the “AI Interaction Innovation Gold Award” of IFA Product Technical Innovation Award. SKYWORTH unveiled “AI” brand strategy and set up a new brand METZ blue, which will be launched Europe, India and Hongkong, China in September.

SKYWORTH in IFA

SKYWORTH exhibited 100-inch giant screen TV G9, excellent OLED series TV (W80, S9A, S8A), Android TV with “AI” conception and Coocaa Lite TV with cloud-based voice service Amazon Alexa and Prime video, etc. This exhibition also has a super TV experience room. The 86-inch large screen TV F7 to feature Dolby Vision HDR imaging technology, paired with a 7.1.4 Dolby Atmos home theater system, delivers a spectacular and immersive experience. A smart experience room is also set up to highlight the forefront of AI development.

In the series of products, S9A, the flagship OLED TV, has won the “AI Interactive Innovation Gold Award.” As the forerunner of AI technology, SKYWORTH also announced that “AI TV” will be the brand strategy from now on. Focus on artificial intelligence, create smart family, realize multiport interconnection. SKYWORTH AI TV is a comprehensive AI product, it represents not only the Artificial Intelligence in ecosystem, but also the Artistic Inspiration of design, the Aesthetic Image of picture quality, the Acoustic Instrument of the sound quality, and the All-In-1 system. The strategic reflects SKYWORTH’s ambition to expand its skills in the AI field. The “AI Interactive Innovation Gold Award” is well deserved for SKYWORTH comprehensive product layout from high-end OLED TV to smart TV.

S9A won “AI Interactive Innovation Gold Award”

SKYWORTH also launched a modern luxury brand METZ blue. This is another step after SKYWORTH’s successful acquisition of the German luxury brand Metz company in 2015. While the original brand Metz classic continues to occupy the high-end market in Germany, METZ blue will be more inclusive and more suitable for young generation. From September of this year, METZ blue will be launched in Europe, India and Hongkong, China.

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E-mail: overseas@skyworth.com

Media Contact: Dylan Wang, +86 15626184174, wanghaoyu@skyworth.com

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FOCAC a transformative tool: Sisulu

International Relations and Cooperation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu says the time has come for China and Africa to make FOCAC a transformative tool to change the lives of people and future generations for the better.

Speaking at the Luncheon of the 7th Ministerial Conference of the Forum on China China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC), in Beijing, China, on Sunday, Sisulu said they need to utilise FOCAC as an important mechanism to strengthen efforts to address the various emerging challenges besetting the world today, specifically the rising nationalistic ethos, populism, unilateralism, protectionism and the emergence of global trade wars.

I believe that Africa as a continent on the rise, has a lot to learn from the Chinese experience and that FOCAC, as a platform for our continued closer cooperation, provides us with an opportunity to share these experiences to chart a path for Africa’s sustainable development and future prosperity.

We have seen the successes of this relationship; with African countries becoming more integrated and connected through the continued assistance of the People’s Republic of China.

We also continue to see an increase in exchanges of business people, students, academics and scientists between China and our various African countries, which not only contributes to the development of skills but also validates further the enormous value of our relationship, Sisulu said.

She said the Beijing Declaration and Action Plan (2019-2021) that both countries have adopted and proposed for the Summit’s consideration are a further true reflection of the growing comprehensive strategic bonds of friendship between them.

We believe that we should continually strengthen these bonds through the sustained deepening of political and economic relations within the China-Africa FOCAC framework, the Minister said.

Source: South African Government News Agency

MEDIA STATEMENT ON MUSLIM MARRIAGES JUDGMENT

The Department of Home Affairs has noted a judgment by the Western Cape High Court ordering the state to introduce legislation to recognise Muslim marriages within 24 months.

We are in the process of studying the order and will make further comments in due course. We also note that the decision is subject to confirmation by the Constitutional Court.

Source: Department of Home Affairs

SOUTH AFRICA: FOREIGN-OWNED SHOPS REMAIN CLOSED IN SOWETO

SOWETO (SOUTH AFRICA)– Foreign shops remain closed in South AFrica’s Soweto, following days of violence and widespread looting this past week.

Residents went on a rampage on Wednesday, accusing foreign shop owners of selling expired food.

Ironically some looted the expired food. The unrest left four people dead and 27 arrested.

Bellal Hossain, a Bangladesh national, is among the few brave enough to keep their shops open.

He has been running his business for nine years and has been attacked four times.

At the moment we are also scared to do business nicely in this place because those people when you see them you can see how they are like an animal, the attacking is like that they attack us now, if it’s like that we are not going to stay in South Africa, we going to leave South Africa

With the shops closed residents are feeling the pinch, Sibusiso Zwane walked three kilometres to buy food.

It’s an inconvenience because we now have to walk long distances. I have walked all this way just to buy these three items. They were really helping us.

However for local businesses the closure means a spin-off in profits.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK