At The New Yorker, Ted Trautman describes how Lego went from near bankruptcy in 2004 to the...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 14, 2013
As it tries to tap the burgeoning Chinese film market with local flavourings and joint ventures, Hollywood has increasingly had to navigate the unpredictable demands of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television, or...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 3, 2013
Architect Zaha Hadid has become a star in China with her designs for the Guangzhou Opera House and the recently opened Galaxy SOHO complex in Beijing. A side effect of this success, Kevin Holden Platt reports at Spiegel Online,...
by compco | Aug 30, 2011
Some have attributed the success of Apple in China to the difficulty in pirating their products, which makes them all the more desirable among Chinese consumers. Yet diplomatic cables released by Wikileaks show that Apple has...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 18, 2011
Dow Jones tech reporter Owen Fletcher passes on a cordial invitation from the International Press Center to attend the destruction of “a large number of pirated and illegal publications” in Beijing on Friday: Dear...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 16, 2010
After two days of talks in Washington, Chinese economic officials agreed to implement measures to reduce piracy. From the New York Times: The Chinese delegation, led by Wang Qishan, the vice premier for economic matters, also...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 25, 2010
Reuters visits sellers of pirated iPads that are a hot commodity in China, three weeks after the real thing was launched in the U.S.: Hard-working Chinese bootleggers are rushing to fill a vacuum that won’t last for long,...
by dwang | Sep 18, 2008
From Xinhua: Armed Somali pirates hijacked Wednesday a Hong Kong bulk carrier with 25 crew members, 24 of them Chinese, off the Somali coast, the Chinese embassy in Nairob confirmed. The bulk carrier owned by Sinotrans of Hong...
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