Matt Pottinger: From Pen to PoliticsMatt Pottinger: From Pen to PoliticsWhen Matt Pottinger, US National Security Council senior director for East Asia, led a US delegation to Beijing to attend the Belt and Road summit, had he ever thought of treating the security guard, who slapped him on face in a Starbucks in the same city more than a decade ago, to coffee?

Entrepreneur built Chinese equivalent of Fedex with just six men and a vanEntrepreneur built Chinese equivalent of Fedex with just six men and a vanChina’s largest express delivery firm SF Express has completed its year-long back-door listing in Shenzhen over the past weekend, after …

Week in China: we help global business leaders understand China betterWeek in China: we help global business leaders understand China betterThe idea of producing a magazine targeted at helping global audience to better understand China first occurred to Steven Irvine more than…

Veteran journalist launches friendship project to help China’s cancer patientsVeteran journalist launches friendship project to help China’s cancer patients“Despite some political rhetoric nowadays, so many exciting things, especially in science and technology, are going on between China and…

Philanthropic pursuits bring Milstein family closer to ChinaPhilanthropic pursuits bring Milstein family closer to ChinaHoward Milstein, an esteemed American entrepreneur and philanthropist from New York, was granted the 2016 Marco Polo Award recently in Be…

Gilbert Van Kerckhove: my Chinese Olympic dreamGilbert Van Kerckhove: my Chinese Olympic dreamThe 68-year-old Belgian regards China as his second home and has worked assiduously to facilitate China’s top construction projects incl…

Hao Jingfang: Class inequality is a universal themeHao Jingfang: Class inequality is a universal themeHao Jingfang, a rising science fiction writer with a PhD degree from China’s prestigious Tsinghua University, has recently beaten Stephe…