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China Spekers Bureau July Newsletter is available

Image by Dharbigt Mærsk via Flickr Just before we had into August, we finished our China Speakers Bureau Newsletter for July, also available here. Today with a focus on intercultural…

Winning Designs in China: Standing Out to Fit In – Tom Doctoroff

Image by Fantake via Flickr In the Huffington Post marketing guru Tom Doctoroff spells out what a winning design in China needs. The middle class, those who can afford non-essential items, is…

Credit: from crunch to crash – Victor Shih

Zhu Rongji via Wikipedia China’s efforts to stop irresponsible local lending has changed into an ‘all out’ credit line for local governments, writes Victor Shih, assistant professor in political science,…

China Speakers Bureau start pilot with Parliament Speakers

The China Speakers Bureau will start soon a pilot with Parliament Speakers, on of the more established speaker agencies in the UK. We see the demand for our speakers mostly…

The way out of piracy – Shaun Rein

Chris Anderson via CrunchBase Piracy is the theme of one chapter in an upcoming book by Chris “Long Tail” Anderson and not surprisingly, China is at the core of the…

Most-sought speakers for July 2009

Zhang Lijia at Chateau deLavigny by Fantake via Flickr Zhang Lijia, the author of “Socialism Is Great!”: A Worker’s Memoir of the New China, is the highest runner up in…

In the 1990s, China had lost its innocence – Zhang Lijia

Image by Fantake via Flickr Author Zhang Lijia spoke Friday 17 July in Amsterdam on her autobiography “Socialism is Great”. Her book plays in the 1980s as she is working…

The soul of the Chinese internet – Sam Flemming

Image by Fantake via Flickr The internet in China works differently from the internet elsewhere, Sam Flemming tries to explain in a commentary at CNN.  That difference is important to know…

Consumer confidence up – Shaun Rein

Image via Wikipedia Consumer confidence in China has gone up, after a small dip in April, says Shaun Rein, commenting on the rather weak figures from Yum, the parent company…

Featuring disappearing Shanghai – Howard French

Howard French by Fantake via Flickr Former Shanghai bureau chief Howard French not only has a distuighisted career as a foreign correspondent in China, Japan and Africa for the New…

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