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KFC’s success in China – Warren Liu

Warren Liu KFC in China grew from one to over 1,400 outlets in China in twenty years time, making it into the largest foreign fastfood chain. Retired MBA-lecturer Warren Liu…

Astroturfing no issue in China – Sam Flemming

Sam Flemming Astroturfing, companies and governments pretending they are a grassroots online movement, is no issue in China, Sam Flemming contends in an issue of the leading Digital Media on…

"Fake foreigner" Jeremy Goldkorn hits Southern Weekend

Jeremy Danwei “Foreigners take a very biased view of China. They think that there is no freedom of speech in China. They think that everything is totally like the Cultural…

It’s a government game – Rowan Simons

Rowan Simons Soccer in China is a government’s game , analyzes our soccer specialist Rowan Simons in yet another review of his leading book on this sport in a section…

China’s online media need good statistics – Paul Denlinger

Paul Denlinger Lacking reliable data on China’s online media is having a debilitating effect on the industry, argues Paul Denlinger in his latest column at China Vortex. The situation is…

Learning Olympic Chinese – Ken Carroll

Ken Carroll The world’s most famous Chinese learning institute Chinesepod, set up by Ken Carroll, has developed its own fast track to fame: Olympic Chinese, and was noted by the…

Shocked by American ignorance – Zhang Lijia

Zhang Lijia Celebrity author Zhang Lijia expresses in the Korea Times her amazement about the ignorance on China she noted when she was on a recent book tour in the…

The first Web2.0 Olympics – Kaiser Kuo

Kaiser Kuo The Beijing Olympics will be the first one facing a full scale web2.0 exposure and Ogilviy’s new media guru Kaiser Kuo looks at his weblog at the dilemma’s:…

China is ready for democracy – Arthur Kroeber

Arthur Kroeber China is ready for democracy, but its ‘middle class’ is opposing it, writes Arthur Kroeber on Tuesday in the Financial Times.In debates the emerging consumers and the Chinese…

Forget "The Great Firewall of China," please

Kaiser Kuo Kaiser Kuo’s plea to foreign correspondents attending the Beijing Olympics to forget the cliches about China, made it today to Reuters. “I think the highest blood boiler for…

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