London Grand Prix Gold 2013: Day 3 Fixtures And Final Results Predictions

Chinese developers invest to build replica of London’s Crystal Palace, a Victorian wonder

London Grand Prix Gold Day 3 Fixtures & Predictions Men’s Singles Zi Liang Derek Wong (Singapore) Scott Evans (Ireland) Michelle Chan Ky (New Zealand) 1-2 Rajiv Ouseph vs. Hsu Jui Ting Englands No. 1, Rajiv Ouseph, may have disappointed the home fans after failing to make it out of the group stage during the London 2012 Olympics, but is going about his redemption impressively a year later. Wednesday saw the 27-year-old beat Ukraines Vitaly Konov 21-12, 21-12 after he received a bye in the first round. Opposite him on Wednesday will be Taipeis Hsu Jui Ting, who has already beaten one Englishman on his way to the third round of the competition, Rhys Walker. Speaking on his chances of advancing to the semi-finals, per Eurosport , Ouseph commented: “I’m obviously seeded to get that far, so it’s possible, but I just need to take it round by round. Hans-Kristian Vittinghus vs. Yuxiang Huang In his second round outing, Hans-Kristian Vittinghus finished off a fairly simple fixture against Englands Michael Spencer-Smith in style, conceding just 15 points as he saw out a 21-6, 21-9 triumph. A good solid win this afternoon as I won 21-6 21-9. Not the hardest match of my career, but it was good to get… http://t.co/9WBsxZ9ic8 HK Vittinghus (@hkvittinghus) October 2, 2013 Next up for the Dane is a Thursday faceoff against Chinas Yuxiang Huang. Huang earned a much tighter victory in his third round match, defeating Vittinghus compatriot Joachim Persson 21-17, 26-24. On his official Facebook account , Vittinghus noted that hell have to be ready for a different level of play, but is up to the challenge. Sarah Walker vs.

Britains Crystal Palace, the Victorian exhibition center that was once the largest glass structure in the world, will be brought back to life with investment from Chinese developers. Shanghai-based Zhongrong Group plans to invest 500 million pounds (US$ ) to build a replica of the iron and glass building as a cultural attraction in south London. The Crystal Palace, designed by Joseph Paxton for the 1851 Great Exhibition in Hyde Park, was the worlds biggest glass structure before it was destroyed by fire in 1936. The plans, announced Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013 will replicate the buildings Victorian design in the original size and scale. (AP Photo/File)The Associated Press In this computer generated image provided by In-Press Photography, showing Shanghai-based Zhongrong Group’s proposed design on rebuilding Crystal Palace on the site of the original Victorian building in south-east London. Britains Crystal Palace, the Victorian exhibition center that was once the largest glass structure in the world, will be brought back to life with investment from Chinese developers. Shanghai-based Zhongrong Group plans to invest 500 million pounds (US$ ) to build a replica of the iron and glass building as a cultural attraction in south London. The Crystal Palace, designed by Joseph Paxton for the 1851 Great Exhibition in Hyde Park, was the worlds biggest glass structure before it was destroyed by fire in 1936. The plans, announced Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013 will replicate the buildings Victorian design in the original size and scale.

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