Author: Kate Zhao

Kate Zhao graduated from the Graduate School of Communication at Zhejiang University, with a major in cross-culture communication. She has worked as both a full-time and part-time business reporter at various Chinese media such as China Business, China Marketing, New Marketing, and 21st Century Business Herald. She also worked as a public relations manager for Crest brand at P&G Greater China in Guangzhou.
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PXit Strategy – Jonathan Ansfield

From Biganzi’s Jonathan Ansfield: It appears all but official: Xiamen’s Taiwanese-invested paraxylene (PX) plant is likely to get the boot downshore to Zhangzhou. A precedent for public oversight of the planning process, or a mere perfect storm? Future events will determine the full significance of the punkish-sounding anti-PX campaign. But in the Chinese media,

December 28, 2007

Chinese Authorities Plan to Move Controversial Dam to Tibetan Area –

According to the South China Morning Post (subscription only), authorities have cancelled plans to build a dam in the Tiger Leaping Gorge in Yunnan, following widespread domestic and international protests. also reports:

Breaking a long silence over the fate of the project, the provincial government reached a decision on Sunday that no dam would be built at the gorge,

December 27, 2007