Originally posted in 2011, this Ming’en Media video explains just how much every...
by Josh Rudolph | Jan 9, 2014
As the Year of the Water Snake comes to a close, the South China Morning post notes the...
by Melissa M. Chan | Aug 14, 2012
Despite Wal-Mart’s turbulent run in China, the Arkansas based company has now received approval for its previous bid to raise its stake in an online supermarket. From Reuters: Wal-Mart had said in February it would raise its...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 24, 2010
From the New York Times: For years, Chinese leaders looked to the millions of poor workers from the country’s interior as the engine of a roaring export economy. They would move to coastal provinces, toil in factories and churn...
by Liu Yong | Aug 22, 2009
From AP: In her Vans cap, Quiksilver shirt and Adidas shorts, 19-year-old Terry Zhong is a walking checklist of sports brands as she sets out on a weekly shopping trip with a 500-yuan ($73) budget. Global economic gloom has...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 4, 2009
A government researcher today recommended that only boosting domestic consumption would help China recover from the global financial crisis and international demand is still weak. From Bloomberg: China has to boost domestic...
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