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The Xinjiang Guanghui Flying Tigers (Chinese: 新疆广汇飞虎) is a professional basketball team based in Ürümqi, Xinjiang, China. The team play its home games at the Hongshan Arena, which has a capacity for 3,800 spectators.
Nov 14, 2021 - Xinjiang Guanghui 86 at Jilin Northeast 88 - RealGM International Box Score
Jointly established in 1999 by the Xinjiang Sports Bureau and Guanghui Group. After 20 years of unremitting efforts, the club has now formed a development system with the first team as the main team, second and third line teams of the youth team as the echelons, and the Small Flying Tigers of the special training camp as the reserve force.
22:05, October 11, 2021. Hu Mingxuan's weibo. Hu Mingxuan, a Chinese professional basketball player from Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, has been reportedly penalized by his team after his endorsement of Adidas drew widespread criticism, as the brand was involved in groundless slander and attacks against Xinjiang cotton.
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Xinjiang Guanghui Industry Investment Group Co., Ltd. (“Guanghui Group”) was founded in 1989. After 30 years of struggle through two startups, the company currently has 4 listed companies: Guanghui Energy, China Grand Auto, Guanghui Baoxin and Guangh