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Cichen Shen

China Editor

Hong Kong

Based in Hong Kong, Cichen Shen is the China Editor for Lloyd’s List. He is responsible for covering a wide range of maritime issues, from the Cosco-China Shipping merger and the growth of Chinese lessors to the collapse of Hanjin and the integration between the Japanese carriers.

Cichen is a frequent interviewer of the top business leaders in Asian shipping.

Prior to his role at Lloyd’s List, Cichen worked as a reporter for China’s Caijing Magazine in Beijing and was a local producer for the US National Public Radio and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Shanghai.

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GSI wins more 16,000 teu newbuilds linked to MSC

A total of 17 scrubber-fitted 16,000 teu newbuildings have been ordered and linked to MSC since March, as the world’s second-largest container shipping carrier quickly expands its orderbook

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Wind turbine installation vessel tilts off southern China

The vessel was serving a wind farm project run by China General Nuclear Power Corp when the incident happened

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China’s National Meteorological Centre has issued an orange alert, the second most-serious level, for the storm, which is expected to make landfall in the country’s Zhejiang province over the weekend with strong gales and heavy rainfall

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Chinese ports brace for typhoon

Pickup and delivery of containers remain largely unaffected in Shanghai and Ningbo, but the ports might be forced to suspend services if the weather gets worse in the next a few days

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