China´s list of environmental problems is mind-boggling, but the water pollution might be the worst, writes urbanization expert Sara Hsu in the Diplomat. For many pollution induced cancer is coming too close, time is running out.
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Adultery has traditionally been a male thing. But in China – as the socialist country claimed their women were equal to men – women have expanded their equality also into adultery, says professor James Farrer, an eminent scholar on China´s sexuality in the Atlantic.
China is hitting US tech interests now on an almost daily basis, and this battle is likely to continue in the coming months, tells business analyst Shaun Rein at Bloomberg TV. While the Edward Snowden disclosures might have set off these measures, the indictment of five Chinese for cyber espionage was the trigger.
Author Joel Backaler of the recently published China Goes West: Everything You Need to Know About Chinese Companies Going Global tells in the Business Monitor how corporate America can react on Chinese companies coming to them.
Annette Nijs, CEIBS Executive Director Global Initiative, was among the five presenters, was among five experts explaining president Xi Jinping at his visit at CEIBS how China can attract foreigners and innovation to the country.
In yet another blow for the Hong Kong accounting industry, Hong Kong EY lost a case against the regulator SFC concerning mainland company Standard Water. Accounting expert Paul Gillis is amazed no negotiated deal proved to be possible.
In the China-Africa debate, the voices of both the Chinese and Africans are often ignored. Former foreign correspondent Howard French wants to change that in this book, China’s Second Continent: How a Million Migrants Are Building a New Empire in Africa, he tells the Huffington Post.