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Archive for April, 2008


More on China Mobile and Baidu

This article is a follow-up posting to my previous article about why China Mobile should buy Baidu. One of the rules for mergers and acquisitions is that if one company wants to be acquired by another company, they have to be moving in generally the same directions. This way, less management attention needs to be [...]

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Why China Mobile Should Buy Baidu

A few days ago I read an interview with Steve Jobs published in Fortune in March. One of the ideas which Steve Jobs put forth is that you really need to understand the technology issues, then follow how they will roll out in order to be successful. Apple has a certain advantage because it owns [...]

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Let’s Get Past the China Monolith Narrative

In the past month, there has been much discussion about how the Chinese government’s policy to Tibet has been intransigent and shows that China has not changed and reformed and become a more open society. Either deliberately or by implication, there is this myth that China is one big country with an authoritarian government which [...]

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And Now For Some Tech Talk Of the Apple Kind

If you are interested in the kinds of social networking applications Chinese are now using today, David Feng offers some ground-level observations in this article. I’m a great fan of first hand research and observations and David offers some excellent observations. Maybe it’s been a reaction to some of media coverage of everything which has [...]

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Is Twitter the American QQ?

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past six months, you have probably heard of Twitter. Developed with Ruby on Rails, it has now hit the big time, with many companies offering client versions of Twitter, so that you don’t have to keep the Twitter web page open to record your deepest [...]

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Business Implications for Social Marketing

There is a whole brave new world for social marketing which is unfolding and which, so far, has caught many businesses off-guard. A good part of the reason for this is because many corporate marketing departments are managed by people who cut their teeth when TV, radio and print were the main ways to reach [...]

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Quality Fade: American or Chinese, Which is Worse?

Paul Midler is an experienced sourcing expert who has worked in China for many years, and publishes The China Game blog. I believe that he is the first person to coin the term “quality fade”. Quality fade is, according to this article published in Forbes: This is the deliberate and secret habit of widening profit [...]

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George Soros Speaks Out On Current Financial Crisis

George Soros spoke today in a talk and interview about the current financial crisis which started with the subprime mortgage crisis and has now become a global credit cresis. The event was hosted by the Steve Clemons of the New America Foundation, and which hosts a blog called The Washington Note. If you are interested [...]

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Creating Value In the Digital World, and Bringing It to the Real World

One of the great challenges in the digital world is: “How to create value?” People are spending more and more time online, and are moving to a mobile Internet, which has been attested to by the success of Apple’s iPhone platform. But spending online has lagged behind, especially in China, where advertising has been slow [...]

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