2012 Era Jinbei 2.2L Armour Security vehicle

2012 Era Jinbei 2.2L Armour Security vehicle

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Photographed in Cyberjaya, Malaysia

Assembly : Kulim, Kedah, Malaysia

It’s a Toyota HiAce… or is it ? Well in a word; no… not really. The Era Jinbei, or Jinbei Haise (pronounced ‘Hi-sze’), as it’s best known in its home country of China, is actually a badge engineered fourth generation Toyota HiAce. However, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the Jinbei is a cheap copy of the popular HiAce. There are many other companies in China which shamelessly reverse engineer the HiAce, but Jinbei is the only one with formal ties to Toyota. Jinbei actually imports the technology, moulds and other important bits from Toyota, and the company managed to sell over 600,000 of these in China (as of 2010).

Malaysia first received the Jinbei van in 2009. It was renamed Era Jinbei, and initially came with a standard 2.2-litre petrol engine. It now comes with a 2.4L petrol and 2.8L diesel too. The Jinbei is assembled in Kulim, in the northern end of the Malay Peninsula by Berjaya Brilliance Auto, which is owned by none other than Malaysian tycoon, Vincent Tan through the Berjaya Group. The Jinbei van sold well in Malaysia at launch, and sales continued to climb since. The considerable success of the Jinbei van inspired other Malaysian companies to bring in other, similar Chinese vans like the Foton View, King Long Placer and Joy Long Komuter. Some may question why so many Malaysian businesses and organizations have been buying these arguably inferior Chinese vans…. and the answer is extremely simple; cost. These vans are cheap…. very cheap ! So cheap in fact, that one could buy two low-end Chinese vans for the cost of one high-end Toyota HiAce or Nissan Urvan. Toyota and Nissan have forgotten that some business and organizations just want something that fits as many people, with the smallest price tag. These are people who can’t be bothered by things like ride comfort, refinement, style… or even subjective matters like morality and dignity. And it’s hard to blame them… seeing how difficult it is to run a proper business these days in Kuala Lumpur, with rising living costs, fuel costs and whatnot. In that sense, these Chinese vans are a blessing in disguise.

I LIKE : Cheap to buy. Versatile. The fact that Jinbei didn’t just blatantly copy Toyota’s design, unlike the other Chinese companies.

I DISLIKE : Unrefined and unreliable. Not safe… don’t let that cheesy ‘ABS+EBD’ badge fool you. Weak engine.

2012 Era Jinbei 2.2L Armour Security vehicle
auto moulds china
Image by Aero7MY
Photographed in Cyberjaya, Malaysia

Assembly : Kulim, Kedah, Malaysia

It’s a Toyota HiAce… or is it ? Well in a word; no… not really. The Era Jinbei, or Jinbei Haise (pronounced ‘Hi-sze’), as it’s best known in its home country of China, is actually a badge engineered fourth generation Toyota HiAce. However, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the Jinbei is a cheap copy of the popular HiAce. There are many other companies in China which shamelessly reverse engineer the HiAce, but Jinbei is the only one with formal ties to Toyota. Jinbei actually imports the technology, moulds and other important bits from Toyota, and the company managed to sell over 600,000 of these in China (as of 2010).

Malaysia first received the Jinbei van in 2009. It was renamed Era Jinbei, and initially came with a standard 2.2-litre petrol engine. It now comes with a 2.4L petrol and 2.8L diesel too. The Jinbei is assembled in Kulim, in the northern end of the Malay Peninsula by Berjaya Brilliance Auto, which is owned by none other than Malaysian tycoon, Vincent Tan through the Berjaya Group. The Jinbei van sold well in Malaysia at launch, and sales continued to climb since. The considerable success of the Jinbei van inspired other Malaysian companies to bring in other, similar Chinese vans like the Foton View, King Long Placer and Joy Long Komuter. Some may question why so many Malaysian businesses and organizations have been buying these arguably inferior Chinese vans…. and the answer is extremely simple; cost. These vans are cheap…. very cheap ! So cheap in fact, that one could buy two low-end Chinese vans for the cost of one high-end Toyota HiAce or Nissan Urvan. Toyota and Nissan have forgotten that some business and organizations just want something that fits as many people, with the smallest price tag. These are people who can’t be bothered by things like ride comfort, refinement, style… or even subjective matters like morality and dignity. And it’s hard to blame them… seeing how difficult it is to run a proper business these days in Kuala Lumpur, with rising living costs, fuel costs and whatnot. In that sense, these Chinese vans are a blessing in disguise.

I LIKE : Cheap to buy. Versatile. The fact that Jinbei didn’t just blatantly copy Toyota’s design, unlike the other Chinese companies.

I DISLIKE : Unrefined and unreliable. Not safe… don’t let that cheesy ‘ABS+EBD’ badge fool you. Weak engine.

Lidded Box (He) with Peony Spray LACMA M.84.213.337a-b

Lidded Box (He) with Peony Spray LACMA M.84.213.337a-b

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Title
Lidded Box (He) with Peony Spray

Description

: China, Fujian Province, Dehua County, Yuan dynasty, 14th-15th century
: Furnishings; Accessories
: Wheel-thrown porcelain with molded decoration and cream glaze
: Gift of Ambassador and Mrs. Edward E. Masters (M.84.213.337a-b)
: [http: //www.lacma.org/art/collection/chinese-art Chinese Art]

Accession number
M.84.213.337a-b

Date
14th-15th century

Dimensions
a) Lid height- 1 3/8 in. (3.49 cm); a) Lid diameter- 5 3/8 in. (13.65 cm); b) Body height- 1 5/8 in. (4.13 cm); b) Body diameter- 5 3/8 in. (13.65 cm); Overall height- 2 3/4 in. (6.99 cm); Overall diameter- 5 3/8 in. (13.65 cm)

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*Image: http: //collections.lacma.org/sites/default/files/remote_images/piction/ma-31791082-O3.jpg
*Gallery: http: //collections.lacma.org/node/249189

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Image from page 5 of “Third annual exhibition of black and white art [electronic resource]” (1880)
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Title: Third annual exhibition of black and white art [electronic resource]
Year: 1880 (1880s)
Authors: Salmagundi Sketch Club National Academy of Design (U.S.)
Subjects: Drawing, American Prints, American
Publisher: New York, NY : [S.n.]
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Image from page 1065 of “Hardware merchandising January-March 1916” (1916)
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Title: Hardware merchandising January-March 1916
Year: 1916 (1910s)
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Subjects: Hardware industry Hardware Implements, utensils, etc Building
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ed lead is painted on.They are allowed to remain a day in thedrying room, then are cleaned with adamp cloth, rolled in paper and packedin boxes twenty to each. Art Glass Work A very important part of the activi-ties of a large glass concern is the artglass department. Here a large stockof the various shades of glass is kept.The colored glasses are mostly all madewith the use of chemicals. In the rubyglass the color is obtained by mixing insome pure gold. Cobalt blue is obtainedby adding the cobalt metal. An artistdesigns all the various patterns. Hemakes a drawing and indicates the num-ber and shade of the glass he desires.Another man cuts the glass and arrangesthe pieces according to the specificationson the drawing. These pieces are thenlaid together on a work table with theaid of the lead frames. When the de-sign is completely laid out the lead sec-tions are soldered together and a cementrun around the glass in the frame tokeep it securely in place. Copper frames HARDWARE AND METAL

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Mivi-h 18, 191! Arranging and cementing art glass designs. are used on some of the better classes ofart frames. Many Different Kinds of GlassIn addition to the art glass, plateglass and ordinary sheet glass there arcnumerous other kinds of glass, such asthe wired plate glass, which is usedlargely in skylights, elevator fronts, fac-tory window. Ordinary chicken wirenetting is molded into the centre of theglass and prevents the glass from fall-ing out should it become cracked. Thenthere is the prism glass for the purposeof reflecting light into the interior ofbuildings from alleyways and light wellsand other places where it is difficult toget a direct light ray. Also there arethe figured rolled glasses made in manypatterns and used as decorative glasses. Bending of Glass One of the most interesting processesin the manufacture of glass is the bend-ing of sheets to the various shapes re-quired in the trade. There are the hentjilates used in china cahinets, hook casesand cabinets of variou

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