China´s aspirations to go West is one of the larger stories of 2014 and the author Joel Backaler is getting ready for the launch of his book China Goes West: Everything You Need to Know About Chinese Companies Going Global Mid May. A trailer and a link for pre-ordering the book at Amazon areRead More →

Investment opportunities are huge in food, as scared consumers flock to salad bars and vegetarian restaurants to find safe food. WSJ´s wealth editor Wei Gu explores the news developments with Peggy Liu of the Joint US‑China Cooperation on Clean Energy’s (JUCCCE) in Shanghai.Read More →

Announced reforms in China might have a profound impact on the property markets. Financial liberalization might cause a downturn, but land and hukou reform might have a positive influence. WSJ wealth editor Wei Gu discusses with Oliver Barron of NSBO China Research the likely impact.Read More →

Golf operator Mission Hills is opening a large public golf course at Haikou at Hainan island, to tap into China´s huge domestic tourism industry. WSJ wealth editor Wei Gu talks to Ken Chu, CEO of the Mission Hills Group on how to involve more than the current 5 million Chinese golf players in this sector.Read More →

Premier Li Keqiang announced a 7.5% growth target for the GDP. Not a good idea, since it might be hard to achieve, tells business analyst Shaun Rein at BloombergTV. The economy is very weak, consumer confidence is low, and pushing infrastructure might cause more pollution.Read More →