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Limited interest in US real estate – Rupert Hoogewerf

Rupert Hoogewerf by Getty Images via Daylife Media have been fascinated by Chinese investors touring American real estate to buy, but the impacts might just not be as big as huge as…

Spil Games, the winner in casual games – Marc van der Chijs

Marc van der Chijs by Fons1 via Flickr Spil Games, the casual game producer, has become the largest in the world, passing other players like Yahoo Games and MSN Games,…

Global China Chat on tourism

Roy Graff Is China going to bail out a world in crisis? This question is asked in many variations and the tourism industry is one of them. Are the Chinese…

New Shanghai offices

View Larger Map Do note that the Shanghai offices of Trombly Ltd and the China Speakers Bureau in Shanghai have recently changed.¬†Mail address:¬†1448 Yan An Xi Lu, #4, Shanghai, China…

Learning Chinese no longer boring – Ken Carroll

Ken Carroll Learning Chinese is no longer boring, tell Chinesepod.com founder Ken Carroll today in the Financial Times. His language-learning tool is currently used by almost a quarter of a…

One-child policy supports Barbie – Shaun Rein

Image via Wikipedia The once popular Mattel toy Barbie might be facing both a financial and cultural crisis back in its home market, Shaun Rein comments on the multi-million six…

No bail-out from China – Victor Shih

Hu Jintao via Wikipedia If the world is waiting for China for a bail-out of the global financial crisis, it might be waiting in vain, assistant professor Victor Shih reads…

Art market holds better than stock exchange – Rupert Hoogewerf

Rupert Hoogewerf by Getty Images via Daylife The Chinese art market is holding much better than the stock exchange, tells China Rich List producer Rupert Hoogewerf the German magazine Die…

Nobody writes about China’s investments in Africa – Howard French

Howard French via Wikipedia China is replacing very fast the old colonial powers in Africa, but the story is mostly ignored by the media, told former New York Times correspondent…

Too early to cheer – Arthur Kroeber

Arthur Kroeber While China’s financial leaders might see light at the end of the tunnel of the country’s crisis, financial analyst Arthur Kroeber warns in The Guardian it might be…

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