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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Women between the ages of 18-25 often comprise the vast majority of the developing world’s workers who make products for export to the developed world. In Guangzhou, capital city of Guangdong Province, hundreds of female...Read More
From China Media Project: It was just over a week ago that China’s long-awaited national ordinance on openness of information took effect, mandating “active disclosure” by local governments of a whole range of policy-related...Read More
From The Christian Science Monitor: Some Olympiads are born controversial, some achieve controversy, and some have controversy thrust upon them. Though few editions of the modern Olympic Games have been as bitterly contested as...Read More
Posted by Kate Zhao | May 8, 2008
Writer Zhou Yuanzhi was arrested last Saturday, and this Monday, Chang Ping (whose real name is Zhang Ping), deputy editor-in-chief of Southern Metropolis Weekly was removed from his post. From The Wall Street Journal: The...Read More
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