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 Today we are in a factory of cotton harvesting machinery. In this plant there are thirty of these machines that cost about three million renminbi, about half a million euros, each. Each of these machines in an hour manages...
And so this is kind of the view on the other side, this is actually the writing in Arabic and Chinese so the water comes out and comes out we say destination to be used and then put in...
 Agricultural cooperative that collects about 170 families, for an average of 50 Bu of land per family, total we make a round 10,000 Bu and what they do, grow cotton, tomatoes, corn and other obviously costs and revenues are...
The Xinjiang International Grand Bazaar, also known as International Grand Bazaar Xinjiang, is an Islamic bazaar in Ürümqi, Xinjiang, China. It is the largest bazaar in the world by scale, combining Islamic culture, architecture, ethnic commerce, tourism and entertainment....
Here it seems to be in Sicily, vineyards and there are several types of vines attention because even here, ah later we go to see the vineyards and where they make wine, here is to eat the grapes. Very...
 Turfan is a city-prefecture of the People’s Republic of China, in the Xinjiang region. It has a population of 254,900 inhabitants (2003). In ancient times one of the Tocaria languages was spoken here, an extinct group belonging to the Indo-European...
In today's Facebook live video from the Turpan evening market, many topics were touched upon. Together with Pio D'Emilia and Luigi Giannetti we made a summary of my trip to Xinjiang, between culture, Islam, minorities, many new Uyghuri friends...
 We are always in Turpan in a complex where is prdouced these "Naan Bread", the Naan bread. PLEASE NOTE This text is a translated transcription of the video avaiable on My Youtube Channel The interesting thing is the live sale, somewhat what...

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