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|Alternative names||ETopone Electronics Plaza
Ding Hao Market
Top Electronics City
|Town or city||Haidian District|
|Floor area||100,000 m2|
- Lemon, Sumner (2008-04-08). "Reporter's Notebook: Finding Beijing's Inner Geek". IDG News Service. ABC News. Retrieved 2010-06-05.
Dinghao and other malls are packed with floor after floor of small shops selling every conceivable electronic component or device, as well as whitebox PC systems that can be built to your specific requirements.
- "China's Silicon Valley faces tough time in financial crisis". Xinhua. People's Daily Online. 2009-01-06. Retrieved 2010-06-05.
Li Zhongjin, chief business officer of Dinghao Market, another major mall here, said earlier last month that about 5 percent of electronics shops in Zhongguancun area had gone out of business.
- Hamm, Steve (2006-12-04). "Lenovo Still the Mainland's Main Choice". Bloomberg Businessweek. Archived from the original on 2007-01-27. Retrieved 2010-06-05.
At Lenovo Beijing Flagship Store in the Ding Hao Electronics Mall, store manager Miao Ya Ping says she decided to sell Lenovo products exclusively because of the strong brand and good service.
- "Starbucks Celebrates Milestone in Asian Growth with 1000th Store Opening; More Than Five Million People Visit Their Starbucks Stores in Asia Pacific Every Week.". Business Wire. 2003-07-15.
The opening of Starbucks Dinghao store, located on Zhongguancun Avenue in the Haidian district of Beijing, China, brings the total number of Starbucks stores in the Chinese capital to 38.
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