Zhang Lijia The Vagina Monologues made it after a long time onto the stage at the China Media University, it would not be a piece for a mainstream Chinese theater. Author Zhang Lijia visited the first performance, and had a great ti...
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Paul French Award winning author Paul French explains how to pitch your China book to publishers, and - even more important - which books on China you might as well not write anymore, for the Asia Society The Asia Society Blog: ...
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Celebrity author Paul French flew out in person from Shanghai to receive in New York the prestigious Edgar Best Fact Crime award for his book "Midnight in Peking: How the Murder of a Young Englishwoman Haunted the Last Days of Old China....
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Marc van der Chijs A tougher business climate, poor internet connections and other problems did not deter serial entrepreneur Marc van der Chijs from working in Shanghai. But when his son started coughing, he left for Vancouver, Can...
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Wendell Minnick Military analyst Wendell Minnick discusses in Defense News the emerging US "AirSea Battle doctrine and the so-called Asia Pivot, many in the Asia-Pacific are asking for clarification on a subject that could involve the...
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Shaun Rein Battling a slowdown in Apple's China sales by doubling the number of outlets might just not be enough, tells retail analyst Shaun Rein in Bloomberg. Apple is facing “serious political headwinds”. Bloomberg: Concerns...
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Shaun Rein Low interest consumer credits are booming in China, tells retail analyst Shaun Rein at WSJ. Ten years ago credit cards did not exists and consumers would even a few years ago purchase BMW's by bringing cash. But despite t...
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Sam Flemming With 300 million users in four months time, WeChat is a new kid at the block that is changing the voice, text and email of the consumers, argues CIC's chairman Sam Flemming in ThoughtFull China. Here his transcript. ...
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Rupert Hoogewerf China's millionaires have discovered luxury cars as a favorite hobby, and own on average three cars per family. Hurun Rich List founder Rupert Hoogewerf got the figures together in his latest Hurun Report, he tells ...
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Thermal imaging screens for SARS screening at Taiwan Taoyuan Airport (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Ten years ago the Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) killed hundreds, infected thousands, brought China's economy to a standstill and...
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