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About China Cloud

China Cloud operates a network of servers in data centers across China.

Headquarters Location

Huayun Digital Building, Kejiao Software Park B6 Huize West Road, Binhu District

Wuxi, Jiangsu, 214000,


+86 510 66613111

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Things to do in Metro Vancouver the week of Jan. 12-18

Jan 10, 2023

Sign Up By clicking on the sign up button you consent to receive the above newsletter from Postmedia Network Inc. You may unsubscribe any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of our emails or any newsletter. Postmedia Network Inc. | 365 Bloor Street East, Toronto, Ontario, M4W 3L4 | 416-383-2300 Thanks for signing up! A welcome email is on its way. If you don't see it, please check your junk folder. The next issue of Sunrise presented by Vancouver Sun will soon be in your inbox. We encountered an issue signing you up. Please try again Article content Marin Patenaude, Sex and Dying Where: Streaming, various platforms From the darkly sinuous folk-pop leanings of her recordings, Marin Patenaude seems an unlikely candidate to cover Red Hot Chili Peppers. But that’s exactly what the singer/songwriter from Horsefly, B.C., does on her latest album, Sex and Dying. The California funk-punk outfit’s early albums Mother’s Milk and Blood Sugar Sex Magik “were formative for me as a teenager,” she tells Postmedia. “I was a pretty hardcore punk rocker back in the day.” Now Vancouver-based, Patenaude and her band, including guitarist Cole Schmidt, strip the Peppers’ 1989 track Taste the Pain down to its sorrowful roots. Originally a tribute to the band’s guitarist Hillel Slovak, who died of a heroin overdose, the song fits in with the overall sense of mortality that underlies the new record. Patenaude’s own Fentanyl Waltz in particular sums up the mood. “I’ve lost five people very close to me, including the daughter of one of my best friends,” Patenaude said. “It seems like before the start of the pandemic we were talking about the fentanyl crisis a lot more than we are now.” With the song, she says, she was thinking about what her friend went through, and also what she may have put her own mother through. “I mean, I’ve been reckless and wild,” she says. Patenaude’s previous and just as accomplished album, 2020’s Sight Unseen, got lost in the pandemic shuffle. Hopefully Sex and Dying, streaming as of Jan. 11, will reach the wider audience it deserves. Advertisement 3 Play Video Teresa Alfeld, second from the right, is seen here with Doug Bennett’s daughters Della, Shea, and Devon. Alfeld is the director of the documentary Doug and the Slugs and Me, which premieres on CBC and CBC Gem Jan. 15. Photo by Laurel K. Brown /jpg Doug and the Slugs and Me When: Jan. 15 at 8 p.m. Where: CBC (streaming on CBC Gem) Premiering at DOXA last year, the doc about beloved Vancouver pop band Doug and the Slugs comes to small screens this month. Directed by local filmmaker Teresa Alfeld, the film covers not only the career of the group, with appearances by such Canadian music industry luminaries as Sam Feldman, Denise Donlon, Ron Sexsmith and Steven Page, as well as Sir Bob Geldof, but also Alfeld’s relationships with the family of lead singer Doug Bennett. “It turned into a POV story, a point-of-view story where I eventually had to acknowledge my connection to the band and my connection to Doug Bennett was actually critical in how I could uncover and tell the story,” Alfield told Postmedia’s Dana Gee last year. She was also given access to 39 journals that the vocalist and songwriter kept between 1980-1989. Bennett passed away in 2005 at age 52. Advertisement 4 Article content After a successful 2019 run, Fado — The Saddest Music in the World returns to the Firehall Arts Centre Jan. 12-Feb. 5. Photo by Derek Ford /Puente Theatre/Firehall Fado — The Saddest Music in the World When: Jan. 12 to Feb. 5 Where: Firehall Arts Centre, 280 E. Cordova St., Vancouver Tickets: From $25 at Portuguese-Canadian playwright Elaine Ávila’s musical tells the story of a young woman who confronts her country’s fascist past and her own identity. Interwoven with the national music of Portugal known as fado, which means “fate,” the show was a hit of the Victoria Fringe in 2018, and enjoyed a run at the Firehall in 2019. The remount features the original cast, including Victoria’s Sara Marreiros playing the ghost of Amália Rodrigues, the Queen of Fado. Local indie-pop band Twin River, featuring Courtney Ewan on vocals and Andy Bishop on guitar, play China Cloud Jan. 12. Photo by NELSON MOUELLIC Twin River Article content After two albums of atmospheric and tuneful guitar-pop, Twin River all but disappeared. Now, more than six years after the release of the local band’s sophomore album Passing Shade, co-founders Courtney Ewan and Andy Bishop deliver a six-song EP titled, perhaps ironically, When We Think About Time. Fans of Ewan’s distinctive voice and Bishop’s chiming guitars will be glad to have them back, especially on the assured opening track, I’m Alright, and the sneakily hook of Other Side. Singer/songwriter and self-proclaimed “turtleneck enthusiast” Brandon Wolfe Scott opens this album release show. The Gluten Free Expo takes place at the Vancouver Convention Centre Jan. 14 & 15. Photo by TankuNeko /Gluten Free Expo Gluten Free Expo Where: Vancouver Convention Centre, 1055 Canada Place, Vancouver Advertisement 6 Article content Tickets: $20 at Over 90 vendors offer gluten-free products and knowledge. Guest speakers include Ontario baker Robyn Harrison, nutritionist Mariana Reis, and dietitian Dani Renouf. The event also features a children’s play area and new gluten-free products, from pizza and pasta, to soft drinks and snacks. More news, fewer ads: Our in-depth journalism is possible thanks to the support of our subscribers. For just $3.50 per week, you can get unlimited, ad-lite access to The Vancouver Sun, The Province, National Post and 13 other Canadian news sites. Support us by subscribing today:  The Vancouver Sun  |  The Province .

China Cloud Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was China Cloud founded?

    China Cloud was founded in 2010.

  • Where is China Cloud's headquarters?

    China Cloud's headquarters is located at Huayun Digital Building, Kejiao Software Park B6, Wuxi.

  • What is China Cloud's latest funding round?

    China Cloud's latest funding round is Corporate Minority.

  • How much did China Cloud raise?

    China Cloud raised a total of $522.8M.

  • Who are the investors of China Cloud?

    Investors of China Cloud include Zhongnan Holdings Group, Tsinghua Holdings Capital, Capital Financial Service Chamber of Commerce, Longma Capital, Leading Capital and 28 more.

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