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China Lodging Group Appoints Yunhang Xie As Chief Operating Officer

China Lodging Group Limited (HTHT) Friday announced that Yunhang Xie has been appointed as the Chief Operating Officer of the company with effect from 5th April 2012.

Mr. Xie has more than 16 years of working experience in the IT industry. Prior to joining China Lodging Group, Mr. Xie held several leadership roles in Digital China Networks Co., Ltd. since 2000. He acted as General Manager of DCN from 2005 to 2012, formulating corporate development strategy and managing day-to-day operations.

Mr. Qi Ji, founder, executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Company, commented: "We are pleased to have Mr. Yunhang Xie joining our executive team. He will bring us deep knowledge in the information technology domain and solid experience in managing a large-scale service business, both valuable in our future growth, especially in today's environment, where information technology is reshaping our daily life."

by RTT Staff Writer

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