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    Sina Weibo Makes Basketball Grannie Famous

    Sina Weibo makes the unknown famous, even if they have nothing to do with the internet.

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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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    My Take On Social Media Tools For Influence

    Paul Denlinger takes a close look at several tools for measuring social media influence and knowledge.

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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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    Chinese Economy: Early Signs of Rapid Deceleration

    Some signs point to a rapid deceleration of the Chinese economy: Politburo to convene urgent economic meeting Chinese Domestic Olympic Travel Falls Lower Than Expectations Unsold inventories climbing Shanghai Vanke first to lower real estate prices in Shanghai (in Chinese) The whole idea of an urgent politburo meeting just three weeks before the Beijing Olympics [...]

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    How Chinese Society Is Changing

    The west never seem to tire of telling the Chinese, especially Chinese government, about how China should become a more open society, and the Chinese never tire of telling the west to shut up and stop interfering in China’s internal affairs. The great irony is that for the most part, both sides agree on one [...]

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    What Tibet and Carrefour Can Teach Us About the Chinese Internet

    When the western media and some outside observers talk about “Angry China”, they really miss out on the real story, and even the real questions which need to be asked. For instance, how do very large groups of people, who at least on the surface, have nothing to do with each other, organize in large [...]

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    Trouble in the West and Yuan Appreciation

    When I talk about the west in the title, I’m referring to the western part of China. A great deal of thought and ink and pixels have been devoted to how the recent violence in the western part of China has affected the country’s image in the runup to the Beijing 2008 Olympics. I’m not [...]

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    A Quick Look at 2008 and China

    Is there any way at all that 2008 will not be the year of the Chinese Olympics, and by extension, China? Will we be stuck between the rise of China narrative and the sourness to the point of completely puckering up of the US media and to a lesser extent European media re China? I [...]

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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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