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外企在中国
Local partnership, timing key to Netflix’s China expansion
Local partnership, timing key to Netflix’s China expansion
Netflix started its Asia expansion in February 2015 with entry into Japan, with a view to complete its global expansion by the end of 2016. However, with China still an unpredictable destination, will the company be able to fulfill its promise made years ago? It will not only depend on external f…

Starbucks steps up expansion in China amid economic slowdown
Starbucks steps up expansion in China amid economic slowdown
Starbucks Corporation is poised to open 500 stores every year in China for the next half-decade, with its chief executive officer remaining sanguine about the prospects of the Chinese economy, which recorded 6.9 percent growth in 2015, the slowest in 25 years.

Expat's Beijing Guide

Expat's Beijing Guide  北京向导
American artist reinterprets art of Chinese blue and white porcelain
American artist reinterprets art of Chinese blue and white porcelain
Ttraditional Chinese art will be reinterpreted by American multimedia artist Mark Cooper through his own understanding of Chinese culture, globalization, and collaborations with emerging contemporary Chinese artists, and presented at an exhibition in Beijing.

Five mansions of Qing nobility in Beijing worth a visit
Five mansions of Qing nobility in Beijing worth a visit
Beijing is well known for being the imperial capital of China's five dynasties. The historic city has preserved a number of former aristocratic mansions that are worth a visit. Here, we present a glimpse of five must-visit former residences of the Qing nobles scattered across Beijing.

Laowai in China

Fokke Obbema: Bridge China and Europe
Fokke Obbema: Bridge China and Europe
Coming from the Netherlands, Fokke Obbema is a veteran journalist working with de Volkskrant, a Dutch newspaper, since 1991. However, his first encounter with…

Cruising along Yangtze River III
Cruising along Yangtze River III
The final destination of this guided Yangtze trip was the city of Yichang in Hubei province. Like many other important trading cities during the end of the Qi…

Cruising along Yangtze River Ⅱ
Cruising along Yangtze River Ⅱ
But when I think about the Yangtze River dam project, it is very hard not to touch upon the enormous damage to traditional life, culture and nature. Thirteen …

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My Chinese Dream

My Chinese Dream ——中国梦
Carter Tseng: An entrepreneur with a social mission
Carter Tseng: An entrepreneur with a social mission
It is difficult to characterize Carter Tseng. As one of the first generation Chinese Americans, he has played many social roles from 1970s till today, from an…

Curator He Yining: Introduce contemporary Chinese photography to West
Curator He Yining: Introduce contemporary Chinese photography to West
In March this year, 1986-born Chinese curator He Yining for the first time introduced 50 contemporary Chinese photobooks to the FORMAT International Photograp…

US returnee creates market for O2O pet-dog service
US returnee creates market for O2O pet-dog service
It has been nearly eight years since Liu Zhixiong returned to China after studying and working in the US for six years. While he made up his mind to come home…

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Survey of US companies in China finds that not all's wellSurvey of US companies in China finds that not all's well
More than three-fourths of American companies in China feel less welcome than in the past and 45% say revenue is dropping or flat, a survey released Wednesday by the American Chamber of Commerce in Ch

China in talks with US over case of brother of disgraced Party official
Ling is confirmed by Chinese authorities to be living in the US. He is the youngest brother of Ling Jihua, former head of the United Front Work Department of the CPC Central Committee, who was put u…

China's Dagong Global maintains US sovereign credit rating at A-minus
Dagong Global, a leading credit rating agency in China, has maintained the US' foreign and local currency sovereign credit rating at A-minus with a stable outlook, despite rising financial risks tha…

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China Press Outlook

US should deepen crackdown on terrorism after San Bernardino attackUS should deepen crackdown on terrorism after San Bernardino attack
The Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino resembled a slaughterhouse on December 2, when 14 people were killed and 17 others were injured in a mass shooting by an AK47-wielding couple. The bloody a

Yuan's reserve currency status marks beginning of China's economic preeminence
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) this week determined that the Chinese yuan will be added to its Special Drawing Rights (SDR) basket from October 1, 2016, five years after it had refused the cu…

China shoulders responsibility in combating climate change
Leaders from 150 countries convened for the 21st United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris, hoping to forge an international agreement to cut greenhouse gas emissions and avoid a catastrophe…

Life & Culture

Buddha statue dispute to be taken to Netherlands courtBuddha statue dispute to be taken to Netherlands court
One of the lawyers representing a village in Fujian province in its quest to win custody of a 1,000-year-old Buddha statue they say was stolen in 1995 said an appeal would be submitted to a Dutch cour

Online becoming go-to market for Chinese art lovers
As the Internet develops, opening antique shops and buying artworks online are not news nowadays.

Well-remembered French classic make a big splash in China
One of the most translated novellas globally, The Little Prince has reportedly found its way into 253 languages and dialects, selling as many as 200 million copies, but has rarely been made into a f…

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