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All The News From The 2017 Chengdu Auto Show In China

Published on August 25, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

All The News From The 2017 Chengdu Auto Show In China

Dear Readers,

We are covering the 2017 Chengdu Auto Show on our Facebook page. Please go there for the latest news and all the new cars, including the Qoros Model Young, the new Audi A6L, the new Kia Forte, and much more.

Greetings,

Tycho

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  1. Knut- August 25, 2017 Reply

    Does this mean that you will be closing down this website?
    Not everyone like Facebook. I refuse to use it.

    Sad development.

    1. Tycho de Feijter- August 29, 2017 Reply

      Hello Knut,

      thanks for your comment, and all your earlier comments. I don’t understand why you ‘refuse’ to use Facebook, but of course that is entirely your choice. For me it works very fine, even from China. I can use any media I want and I reach a new and very large audience. I am not sure yet whether I will stop working on the site (I will never completely close it). I need to fix some issues with the site, most notably the lack of speed. The site’s design dates back to 2009 but the amount of data and visitors the site has to deal with is much bigger now. I have patched up the site several times, but that doesn’t work anymore. So I have to choose between building an all new site, which is expensive, or moving the whole thing to Facebook. The answer would be easy if my site generated enough income, but sadly it doesn’t. Greetings, Tycho.

      1. Knut- September 2, 2017 Reply

        Thanks for your reply and information. Well, I do understand the problem with expenses. But isn’t there more than one way to generate income? In my humble opinion, this is the best site ever with regard to Chinese auto production. It is the one-and-only place to get news quickly and honestly. To lose this would be a disaster.

        Well, I don’t agree regarding ‘facebook’. It has several good business models I know, but they are all dishonest. And I will never support this kind of monopoly to my private information.

        Please try to ask your carnewschina.com audience for participation, financing, or offer to redirect to Chinese webshops (they pay for that). And also – do representation, and sell your news to other online magazines that doesn’t have their own ‘insider’ in China. After all – China today, is tomorrows world dominant auto industry.

        Anyway – I thank you!

  2. datsun- August 26, 2017 Reply

    How can I get this information? I don’t use Facebook.

  3. TurboJaySmith- August 26, 2017 Reply

    Sorry, I’ll stick to the site…

  4. TurboJaySmith- August 26, 2017 Reply

    Sorry, I’ll stick to the website

  5. bobopopo- August 28, 2017 Reply

    Hi Tycho,

    As most of us are living in China (I assume) connecting to a Facebook site is even more annoying than being on the right side of the GFW.

    I can access Facebook but it does not let me see the page without setting up an account – and I am actually part of the (proud!) community not being hooked up by Facebook.

    Would be a pity to let this site die, a lot of interesting and fun information.

    Cheers,

    bobopopo

    1. Tycho de Feijter- August 29, 2017 Reply

      Hello Bobopopo,

      thanks for your comment. Yes, I am in China too, but with a VPN I have no troubles working with Facebook. I don’t really understand why you are proud not to be hooked up, but of course that is entirely your choice. I need to fix some issues with the site, most notably the lack of speed. The site’s design dates back to 2009 but the amount of data and visitors the site has to deal with is much bigger now. I have patched up the site several times, but that doesn’t work anymore. So I have to choose between building an all new site, which is expensive, or moving the whole thing to Facebook. The answer would be easy if my site generated enough income, but sadly it doesn’t. Greetings, Tycho.

      1. bobopopo- August 30, 2017 Reply

        Hi Tycho,

        Thanks for your reply and thanks for keeping this website still up.

        I can understand your decision that is fine with me. I simply do not like how everyone is forced into Facebook and for me there is also nothing interesting happening there – I do not care what others do, I have my own life and for networking I use LinkedIn. But maybe I still did not get the point of Facebook…

        But thanks anyway for this project, I like you website (and I do not care for site speed; for that I am in the wrong country). 🙂

        Cheers,

        Karsten

        1. Knut- September 2, 2017 Reply

          Karsten, I’m from Norway and I don’t have problem with speed. Real news is more important than speed. 🙂

          I totally agree with you, but I believe the site has a large audience world wide. I at least refer to it always when I write on national or int’l blogs etc.

  6. Head Honcho- August 31, 2017 Reply

    I guess honesty hurts. My comment got deleted.

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