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tjvan.net (Tianjin)

tjvan.net was one of the original ISPs in China and established in 1995 in Tianjin. As the second largest ISP in the city after China Telecom, it  plans to increase their user base in the short term to become Tianjin's largest ISP. The current owner of the company is interested in expanding the company with different product lines and a new partner.

 

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signing ceremary

Mr. Qu Bo (President of Tianjin Xiandao Network Co.,Ltd)
,Mr. Jackson Hong (President of Beijing QinNet Co.,Ltd),
Mr. Chris MacPherson (Investor) and Mr. Lang Weiguo (Vice chairman of Beijing QinNet Co.,Ltd) are at the entrance of Tianjin Xiandao Network Co.,Ltd. after the signing ceremary. (from left)

 

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Mr. Jackson Hong (President ofBeijing QinNet Co.,Ltd)
and Mr. Qu Bo (President of Tianjin Xiandao
Network Co.,Ltd) are signing the Letter of Intent.

 

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Mr. Jackson Hong (President of Beijing QinNet Co.,Ltd)
and Mr. Qu Bo (President of Tianjin Xiandao
Network Co.,Ltd) are shaking hands at the signing ceremary.

 

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Mr. Chris MacPherson (Investor), Mr. Jackson Hong (President of Beijing QinNet Co.,Ltd), Mr. Lang Weiguo (Vice chairman of Beijing QinNet Co.,Ltd) and Mr. Qu Bo (President of Tianjin Xiandao Network Co.,Ltd) are at the Internet servers room of Tianjin Xiandao Network Co.,Ltd. after the signing ceremary.

 

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Mr. Chris MacPherson (Investor) and Mr. Qu Bo (President of Tianjin Xiandao Network Co.,Ltd) are shaking hands at the signing ceremary.

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Mr. Lang Weiguo (Vice chairman of Beijing QinNet Co.,Ltd)
and Mr. Qu Bo (President of Tianjin Xiandao Network Co.,Ltd)
are shaking hands at the signing ceremary.

 

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