On Monday, China’s new president Xi met with various world-class business leaders at Bo Ao, China, regarding opportunities and challenges ahead. Several representatives were featured in the meeting to address foreign concerns. Among all business leaders, there are two I think which are very interesting. First of all, the president of PepsiCo, who claimed to… Continue reading China’s President Defends Business Environment
China’s Bird Flu finally goes under the spotlight, after news regarding dumping dead pigs and birds in rivers in Shanghai area. The recent news is that there are 7 deaths already in the country. The flu continues to spread as weather starts warming up and increase of travelers due to May 1st holiday season. From… Continue reading China’s Bird Flu Claimed 7th Victim
Most recent news has shown that China’s new generation of leadership is very interested in hydraulic fracking in Zhe Jiang province. The reason for that is mainly due to high reliance on coal burning energy source, which leads to severe air pollution and public complain. Thus, in order to stop looking bad, the Chinese government… Continue reading China’s Ambitious Quest for Shale Gas
Jing Daily recently published an article regarding the relationship between premium brands, both international and regional, and WeChat. WeChat, known as Wei Xin in Chinese, is the no.1 rated smart phone chatting app in China. Having been a convenient chatting and voice messaging app designed by Tencent, WeChat is constantly exceeding its performance for the… Continue reading 2013 Outlook: Premium Brands In China
Growing up in China, I’ve been educated that when people are married, the guy’s family needs to provide an apartment for the young family, either new or old. In recent years, with the high inflation in both consumer goods and real estate market, young people have been complaining about not being able to afford housing… Continue reading Can the Young Chinese Afford Housing Now?
Cyclists travel on the road on a hazy day in Huaibei, in central China’s Anhui province Monday Jan. 14, 2013. (AP Photo) an excerpt thanks to Christine Feng [the prof] Air Pollution Crisis In China Could Trigger The Public Backlash Needed For Officials To Take Action By Lisa Barron On January 15, 2013 @ 11:15 am… Continue reading Air Pollution: Visibly Bad