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Healthy growth for online marketing – William Bao Bean

William Bao Beanby Fons1 via FlickrOnline media and media strategies will see an healthy growth in 2009, predicts (amongst others) William Bao Bean in this clip of CCTV on the…

Zhang Lijia made it into Wikipedia

Zhang Lijiaby Fons1 via FlickrMaking it into the famous online encyclopedia Wikipedia is a benchmark for our writers. A few have crossed the line into fame and we are happy…

Our speakers on the economic crisis and China

Shaun Rein, most-sought speaker Today we launched the first edition of our China Speakers Bureau newsletter. You can look at it here. Theme of this month: what are our leading…

Huang Guangyu, a low-key person – Rupert Hoogewerf

Rupert Hoogewerfby Getty Images via DaylifeHuang Guangyu, China’s richest person and chairman of the Gome Holdings, has never been a public figure, says China-rich list compiler Rupert Hoogewerf to Bloomberg…

Less big ticket speakers, more on serious subjects

Al Gore: too expensive?via WikipediaThe New York Times has a nice analysis on how the speakers’ business is faring under the now-expected economic recession. While big ticket speakers like Al…

The internet is the community – Sam Flemming

Sam Flemmingby Fons1 via FlickrWhen you say internet, you say community, argues CIC’s Sam Flemming in his latest white paper on the Internet Word On Mouth (IWOM), depicting the fast…

Foxconn tries to sneak out of China

Xu Ping We already heard the stories about Taiwanese factory owners in Guangdong who left their close-to bankrupt enterprises over the wall that was designed to keep people out. But…

Just pumping capital in the stock market does not help – Arthur Kroeber

Arthur Kroeberby Fons1 via FlickrChina’s planning authorities intend to push up to 400 billion Renminbi into the stock market, but analysts like Arthur Kroeber do not necessarily think that is…

Economic fundamentals are still in place – Arthur Kroeber

Arthur Kroeberby Fons1 via FlickrWhile China’s growth might take a hit, its fundamentals are still in place, says economic analyst Arthur Kroeber in Time. “People who don’t follow China on…

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