Battle for the fledgling cloud market#Caixin Weekly#
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Update Time:2017-12-12
Experts believe that cloud computing is upgrading from first generation to second generation, no matter what definitions they use for a “generation”. They believe that the market will see an explosive expansion.In the 47th issue of 2017, Caixin Weekly, a nationally distributed financial and business weekly, ran a cover story on the cloud computing market of the country, discussing the competitors, development and regulation of the market.
Battle for the fledgling cloud market#Caixin Weekly#
Homebound: More overseas talents return to China #Oriental Outlook #
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Update Time:2017-12-05
Since the 18th CPC National Congress in late 2012, the country has seen the biggest increase in the number of returned overseas talents, a very rare trend in the nation’s history.By the end of 2016, 2.65 million overseas talents had returned to China. In 2016, there were 432,500 returnees, 159,600 more than in 2012, an increase of 58.48 percent.
Homebound: More overseas talents return to China #Oriental Outlook #
Is the planned new unified personal credit platform workable? #Caixin Weekly#
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Update Time:2017-11-28
In recent years, the combination of Internet and finance has created the new Internet finance industry, increasing the efficiency of both borrowing and lending money.The IT companies and traditional financial institutions have tapped into Internet finance. Especially when consumers started using Internet finance to take small loans for consumption, the companies and institutions grabbed the chance to develop the business quickly.
Is the planned new unified personal credit platform workable? #Caixin Weekly#
How Chinese magazines reported the historic 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China #Sino-us.com#
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Update Time:2017-11-17
While it is reported that 3,000 reporters from both inside and outside China have covered the political event, reporting angles of the Chinese media were largely identical with minor differences. The first day after the political meeting, the front pages of Chinese newspapers, either run by state or local governments, were almost the same. In comparison, the covers’ of Chinese magazines which are also strictly censored showed more diversification in terms of format, but the titles were all ab…
How Chinese magazines reported the historic 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China #Sino-us.com#
China tightens supervision over overseas investment #China Newsweek#
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Update Time:2017-08-31
While encouraging Chinese enterprises to “go out” is one of China’s efforts to promote its global economic strategy, the government is now paying more attention in regulating Chinese companies’ overseas investments, in particular “irrational” investments, since the beginning of this year, in order to stem capital outflows and rein in risks.
China tightens supervision over overseas investment #China Newsweek#
China’s growing music festival industry#Oriental Outlook#
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Update Time:2017-06-22
After the trend of music festivals took root in China from the beginning of this century, the industry has seen rapid growth, which not only shows people’s changing personal interests, but also embodies the country’s rising soft power.In the 20th issue of Oriental Outlook, the magazine ran a cover story on the booming music festival industry in the country.
China’s growing music festival industry#Oriental Outlook#
WeChat facing challenges and opportunities#Caixin Weekly#
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Update Time:2017-06-19
In the 22nd issue of 2017, the Caixin Weekly ran a cover story to talk about the future development of WeChat and its competition with Apple's iOS.
WeChat facing challenges and opportunities#Caixin Weekly#
Belt and Road Initiative: A China solution to globalization#China Newsweek#
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Update Time:2017-06-14
From an idea introduced by Chinese President Xi Jinping in 2013 to a global consensus today, the Belt and Road Initiative not only represents China’s increasing national power and influence in the world, but also accords with the overall trends of global development.In its 18th issue, China Newsweek ran a cover story discussing the ongoing efforts made by China to further promote the Belt and Road Initiative.
Belt and Road Initiative: A China solution to globalization#China Newsweek#
More Chinese going abroad for medical treatment #Oriental Outlook#
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Update Time:2017-05-26
While the trend of going abroad for medical service in China started with getting plastic surgery in countries like Japan and South Korea, more and more people in China seeking the service today are those who have got serious illness and are trying to find new approaches to better life.In the 17th issue of Oriental Outlook, the magazine ran a cover story on the trend of seeking medical treatment abroad in China.
More Chinese going abroad for medical treatment #Oriental Outlook#
Beijing stepping up efforts to protect historical and cultural relics#Oriental Outlook#
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Update Time:2017-05-21
Beijing has been stepping up efforts to protect its historical and cultural sites in recent years, in a bid to burnish the image of the city as a center of national politics, culture, international exchanges as well as technology and innovation.In the 16th issue of the Oriental Outlook, the magazine ran a cover story on the ongoing efforts Beijing has been making to shine its “golden name card”.
Beijing stepping up efforts to protect historical and cultural relics#Oriental Outlook#
Artificial intelligence to make the world smarter#China Newsweek#
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Update Time:2017-05-16
With its fast development, artificial intelligence (AI) technology has made huge impact on people's lives and business models. Technology firms, which are engaged in developing AI technology, have been making efforts to create a smarter world, as we human beings prepare to embrace an era of human-computer symbiosis.
Artificial intelligence to make the world smarter#China Newsweek#
What’s behind China’s Q1 growth rebound?#Caixin Weekly#
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Update Time:2017-05-08
While it is beyond doubt that China’s 6.9% economic growth rate in the first quarter of 2017 was better than expected, opinion on the trend of economic growth for the rest of this year remains divided.In the 16th issue of 2016, the Caixin Weekly ran a cover story on the rebound of China’s economic growth, discussing the reasons behind the better-than-expected growth rate.
What’s behind China’s Q1 growth rebound?#Caixin Weekly#
China-US relations: Promoting mutual benefit#China Newsweek#
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Update Time:2017-04-29
The relationship between China and the US, the two largest countries in the world, is believed to be one of the most important bilateral relations in the 21st century.The first meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and the US President Donald Trump, which closed on April 7, sent a clear message to the world that the two largest economies will have a cooperative relationship despite differences.The China Newsweek ran a cover story on the first meeting between leaders of China and the US …
China-US relations: Promoting mutual benefit#China Newsweek#
China’s bike-sharing craze#Caixin Weekly#
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Update Time:2017-04-21
While bicycles used to be the most popular traffic tool for Chinese in the 1980s, they have been rejuvenated 30 years later.China’s two largest bike-sharing companies, ofo and Mobike, started with the trend of shared bikes in several universities in Beijing and Shanghai in 2016.In the 14th issue of 2017, Caixin Weekly ran a cover story on the current bike sharing craze across the country, discussing the outlook of the industry which is now being pursued by big capital.
China’s bike-sharing craze#Caixin Weekly#
Chengdu, Wuhan and Zhengzhou stepping up efforts to become National Central City#Oriental Outlook#
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Update Time:2017-04-14
In 2016, it was announced that Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province in southern China, Wuhan, capital of Hubei province, and Zhengzhou, capital of Henan province, would be constructed into National Central Cities.In the ninth issue of 2017, Oriental Outlook ran a cover story discussing the reasons behind the selection of the three cities and the decision to support them to be developed into National Central City.
Chengdu, Wuhan and Zhengzhou stepping up efforts to become National Central City#Oriental Outlook#
How should China respond to rising trend of protectionism? #Caixin Weekly#
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Update Time:2017-02-13
The 737th issue of the Caixin Weekly magazine, which was published on January 9, 2017, ran a cover story which discusses what China could do to deal with the challenges from trade protectionism and promote economic globalization.
How should China respond to rising trend of protectionism? #Caixin Weekly#
China’s booming smog-related businesses #Oriental Outlook#
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Update Time:2017-02-09
The 3rd issue of the Oriental Outlook magazine published on January 19, 2017 ran a cover story on the booming anti-smog businesses in China in recent years, bringing insights from several insiders from the industry.
China’s booming smog-related businesses #Oriental Outlook#
Pros and cons of China's two-child policy#Oriental Outlook#
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Update Time:2017-01-13
Driven by fears over the growth of the elderly population and gender imbalance, the Chinese government put an end to the decades-old one-child policy in 2016, allowing couples to have two children. The new population policy has hit the spot in the economically developed regions where affluent families' life quality is not affected by raising more children. Meanwhile, it has backfired in the places falling short of public services and resources supply.
Pros and cons of China's two-child policy#Oriental Outlook#