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Chinese International Students - A New Hope?

Chinese students represent the largest number of international students in America, and they continue to enroll in higher numbers. In addition, more and more of these students are making the decision to return home for employment. 577 more words

End Of The Road For Uber in China

A BILLION DOLLARS loss here. A billion dollars loss here. Pretty soon you are talking serious red ink.

That is the scale of the annual loss that US ride-sharing service and poster child for the sharing e-economy, Uber, has apparently been making in an effort to break into the China market since 2014. 329 more words


The Disneyfication of Shanghai

THERE AREN’T MANY places you could convene a crowd of 60,000 in China without police of any stripe in sight. Indeed, there may be only one — the new Disneyland in Shanghai (above). 80 more words

Politics & Society

China Corporate Venture Capital Pouring Money into US Startups

Chinese investment in U.S. venture market has been exploding over the past couple years, especially now State Owned Enterprises (SOE) have joined the army of CVC since 2014. 346 more words


COP21: Follow The Money

THE PARIS CLIMATE talks — formally the United Nations 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) — starting on November 30 will be a political bun fight in which China as the world’s biggest polluter will be at the centre. 1,285 more words


Navies Calm Dangerous Waters Beneath The Political Storms

THE RECENT ‘FREEDOM of navigation’ passage by the US Navy’s destroyer, the USS Lassen, through the Spratly islands was sandwiched between a visit by 27 US naval… 873 more words


Beijing And Washington Plot Course Through Disputed Waters Dispute

IT HAS BEEN three years since the United States sailed a warship within 12-miles of Subi Reef, part of the South China Sea’s Spratly islands that China claims as the Nansha islands. 324 more words