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    Tombstone: The Great Chinese Famine, 1958-1962

    Tombstone: The Great Chinese Famine, 1958-1962
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    The much-anticipated definitive account of China’s Great Famine  An estimated thirty-six million Chinese men, women, and children starved to death during China’s Great Leap Forward in the late 1950s and early ’60s. One of the greatest tragedies of the twentieth century, the famine is poorly understood, and in China is still euphemistically referred to as “the three years of natural disaster.” As a journalist with privileged access to official and unofficial sources, Yang Jisheng spent twenty years piecing together the events that led to mass nationwide starvation, including the death of his own father. Finding no natural causes, Yang attributes responsibility….

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    Why The Next Wave of China Startups Will Be Based Outside China

    Most business people think that having a presence in China to reach the Chinese market is necessary. Not necessarily.

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    China Patents: When Top Down Doesn’t Work Anymore

    Selling IP and patents successfully in China requires an on the ground presence and some patience. Make sure that you know what you are doing.

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    Chinese Companies Going Out, And The New Patent Wars

    For the past five years, the Chinese government has been encouraging Chinese companies to set up a foreign presence. In Chinese, this policy is known as 走出去 or “going out”. There are several reasons for this: Chinese companies are predominantly low on the value chain, and are mainly in manufacturing. There is comparatively little value [...]

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    Book Review: No Ancient Wisdom, No Followers

    “No Ancient Wisdom, No Followers” by James McGregor takes a realistic look at doing business in China in 2012. Highly recommended.

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    Google China Adds ICP License At Bottom of Search Page, But No One Knows What It Means

    In a widely misinterpreted move, Google added an ICP license registration notice at the bottom of the search page in China. Many early followers of the Google China saga interpreted this to mean that Google’s application for a new ICP license had been approved by the Beijing authorities, but later Google confirmed that they had [...]

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    Small Things Which Say A Lot

    For a long time, I have been telling my friends that China is not going to use its foreign exchange reserves to bail out the US and the rest of the world. Aside from the fact that China does not feel like a superpower, it is becoming apparent with each passing day that China has [...]

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    Understanding Trial Spots

    If there is one thing which most western companies coming into China miss out on is the idea of “trial spots”, or as they are called in Chinese 试点。 So what is it? Basically, it’s a city, place, province or region which is used to try out something experimental which has not been tried before. [...]

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    Why China Won’t Throw A Lifeline To The West

    Image via Wikipedia With all the chaos on world’s markets, it is easy to overlook developments in China. The biggest piece of Chinese domestic news is the decision to give limited rights to land use to China’s farmers. This decision came out of the Third Plenary Session of the 17th Party Congress of the Chinese [...]

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    The New Investment Rules For China

    Following on the global credit crisis, many have come to me to ask how these changes will affect China. As I have said earlier, China and the US are two sides to the same coin, and it pays to look at them as one economy, as this Newsweek article does. It goes without saying that [...]

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