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On March 30, KUKA Systems China organized a “Qingtuan DIY” activity in order to prepare the Tomb-Sweeping Day. The sweet green rice ball “Qingtuan” is a famous Chinese traditional snack for this day. The colleagues from KUKA Systems were assisted by some professionals who offered practical tips to prepare the delicious sweets with a unique filling. The rice ball is made from glutinous rice flour mixed with mugwort juice and are usually stuffed with red bean paste. It got its green color from the juice of brome grass that is added to the rice. The taste can be described as sweet with light grass flavor and a soft consistency. According to the records, the custom of making Qingtuan dates back to the Zhou Dynasty over 2,000 years ago. This DIY activity from KUKA Systems was quite different from the tradition one, mainly due to the unique filling of the sweets. It first appeared in 2016 in Shanghai. Since some people lining up for 6 hours to purchase it, it soon attracted huge attention. Compared to the traditional Qingtuan, the filling consisted of salted egg yolk and floss, which made it taste salty and sweet. The Qingtuan got its nice form and patterns from a wooden mold. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes... Read More
In March 2017 KUKA Systems China celebrated a Ground Breaking Ceremony for a new plant in Songjiang. The new production hall will cover more than 30,000 square meters and will provide more efficient services for customers. KUKA Systems (China) Co., Ltd has been committed to use German advanced technology to provide highly automated solutions for automobile industry, especially in body-in-white business as well as powertrain solutions. In the beginning of 2017, KUKA Systems China established an aerospace business unit to provide advanced automation solutions for the aerospace industry in China. The construction phase that started in March will be completed by the end of this year. Mr. Wang Jiangbing, CEO of KUKA Systems China, expressed that “the new plant Ground Breaking Ceremony was a very important milestone in the success story of KUKA Systems China´s development.” VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes... Read More
Shanghai Summer Picnic

Shanghai Summer Picnic


Posted By on 2014-07-09

On July 6th, KUKA Systems China had a wonderful company picnic in Shanghai Sculpture Park, which is famous for its world-class sculptures made by sculptors across the world. It locates in the west area of Shanghai, the most attracting tourist and holiday area.  In this beautiful natural location, more than 70 sculptures create a magnificent combination of art and nature. Shanghai Sculpture Park has won the award for China’s Outstanding Public Sculpture Project in 2007 and 2008. There were around 150 employees and their families attended. Many group activities involved and the lunch picnic was served as well.                 VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 5.0/5 (1 vote... Read More
Beijing Essen Welding & Cutting

Beijing Essen Welding & Cutting


Posted By on 2014-06-12

KUKA Systems China, together with KUKA Robotics China, attends the 19th Beijing Essen Welding & Cutting Exhibition this week. On this year’s exhibition, friction welded components have attracted many construction industrial as well as car-related manufacturing professionals coming. Our RSH, remote scan head, was freshly delivered to China for the first time and attracted many laser technology engineers. We were also so pleased to have Timo Boll joined us on the second day of exhibition. Timo Boll, our brand ambassador for China, was very happy to meet all the visitors and played Ping-Pong with many fans. Want to know how busy we were? Just look at these pictures.       VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 5.0/5 (1 vote... Read More
Year of the horse

Year of the horse


Posted By on 2014-01-31

There are twelve characters in the Chinese Zodiac.  Horse is the seventh one in Chinese Lunar Calendar. There are many different versions of how those characters have been selected. Here is one of them for horse. Legend of Horse Year It is said that there was a “dragon-horse” (like the unicorn without the horn) companied the Jade Emperor in the Heaven. This animal was very powerful, as it can fly in the sky, swim in the sea and run on the land. However, it became quite complacent with its power. One day, it went to the East-sea Palace and tried to break in. The guard of Palace couldn’t stop it and got killed by it accidently. Jade Emperor got angry with the dragon-horse and let him lose its wings and only let him run on the land. So the Dragon-horse became a horse like. It felt regret and decided to help human being to repay what it has done wrong. Gradually, horse became good friend with humans. When Jade Emperor was selecting the twelve representatives for Chinese Zodiac, horse was suggested by humans to be one of them. Tradition In the Year of Horse, whoever was born in this year would wear something in red in order to keep the bad luck away. It is sort of the same meaning with using firecrackers in red on the Chinese New Year Eve to keep the Monster Nian (means “Year”) away. Therefore, Chinese people call the Spring Festival “guo nian”, which means beat against the Monster Nian. On the Eve, people use firecrackers to scare away Monster Nian and the day... Read More