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Tai'erzhuang Challenge

To provide budgets, LED Lighting Design Plan, Technology Blue Print, Illustrations to the Mayor of Zao Zhuang Province , and the government that  initiated  the reconstruction of the ancient city and to work with the Chief Administrator of  Tai Er Zhuang.


The team also met with the Principal Secretary of the Former No.4 of China - Li Ruanhuan (Chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.


The total LED lighting budget by the city's project managers   was RMB 500 Million for the ancient city.


Our final estimations saved the Governor RMB 100 Million and came to RMB 400 Million


My job was to provide professional consultation select appropriate LED manufacturers and select LED fixtures as well as finalize budgets - We also provided new engineered fixtures where standard LED fixtures where not available. 

The Battle of Tai'erzhuang

The Battle of Tai'erzhuang (simplified Chinese: 台儿庄会战; traditional Chinese: 臺兒莊會戰; pinyin: Tái'érzhūang Huìzhàn) was a battle of theSecond Sino-Japanese War in 1938, between armies of the Republic of China and Japan. The battle was the first major Chinese victory of the war. It humiliated the Japanese military and its reputation as an invincible force; for the Chinese it represented a tremendous morale boost.

Tai'erzhuang is located on the eastern bank of the Grand Canal of Chinaand was a frontier garrison northeast of Xuzhou. It was also the terminus of a local branch railway from Lincheng. Xuzhou itself was the junction of theJinpu Railway (Tianjin-Pukou) and the Longhai Railway (Lanzhou-Lianyungang) and the headquarters of the KMT's 5th War Zone.

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