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Archive for November, 2007


The Coming End of Corporatespeak

I have spent a lot of time recently thinking, writing and researching on the implications of the Internet (hence my sparse article posting; my apologies) and what that means for how people do things in a corporate setting. The most important takeaway so far is that blogging and the Internet will accelerate the death of [...]

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What’s Global and What’s Local?

With all the talk about globalization, as well as what is working and what isn’t about it, it’s time to drill down and find out what businesses are global by nature, and what businesses are local by nature. For companies who are entering China, or are planning to go from China into international markets, this [...]

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Wanted: A New Kind of Ad Agency Warrior

Readers know that I have spent quite some time thinking about how the Internet and online advertising will affect the whole overall advertising industry. A recent post on Ogilvy China Digital Watch made me think more about how some of the changes the rapid rise in online advertising spending will affect the advertising industry as [...]

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China’s Cities: Coming Out At The Wrong End of History?

Several days ago I attended Urbancamp Beijing, hosted by Orange Labs in Beijing. The purpose of the event was to explore how cities of the not-too-distant future will look like; the theme was the Chinese City 2.0. Because China is growing so rapidly in this area, it has become a sociologist’s paradise for study. Neville [...]

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Creative Commons Photo Awards in Beijing

On Sunday November 4 I had the opportunity to attend the first Creative Commons Photo Awards ever held worldwide at the National Library in Beijing. I was invited, and there was a wide range of overseas guests, including Joichi Ito, president of Creative Commons and Dr. Catharina Maracke, director. The whole event was put together [...]

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The Big Hole in Chinese Productivity Apps

When I look at web apps and ideas in China today, practically everything I see has to do with the retail consumer. Popular fields are gaming, because it proven and China has a large gaming population, not to mention the success of the major players including Shanda and The9, and music and search. The result [...]

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China: Environmental and Healthcare Superpower?

Sure, today it sounds like some kind of a joke. But there are early signs that this may indeed be the case. After all, these are two huge issues which are, shall we say, pretty serious matters in China today? Yet there are early signs that point to China, or Chinese companies, possibly being able [...]

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Are Chinese Corporate Earnings Inflated?

In an article for the Oct. 29 issue of Caijing, writer Xu Shanda (许善达) claims that Chinese corporate earnings are inflated. In the Chinese language article, Xu claims that there is an earnings bubble. The article summary says this (my translation): The government should no longer listen to Chinese enterprises’ requests to turn their costs [...]

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Understanding The Chinese Perspective

Today I picked up a copy of the October 29 issue of the Chinese language biweekly, Caijing. Caijing is roughly equivalent to The Economist in US and European financial circles, and I like to think of it as the magazine for the thinking Chinese business person. Most western journalists, especially American journalists, when it comes [...]

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