Summer is now fully upon us and – as you might have noticed – the regular stream of updates from our speakers has dropped sensationally. While China officially has no summer holiday, many of our speakers are traveling, as do many of the journalists we depend on for quotingRead More →

China´s New Year celebrations are already in full swing, and in a few days the Year of the Wooden (actually the Green Wooden) Horse will arrive. The China Speakers Bureau wishes all its speakers, clients and other the best for the coming year, health and prosperity.Read More →

Signs are strong that North-Korea is preparing for another rocket launch. And although that is bad news, suggests Michael Justin Lee in the Washington Times, it might help China and the US to get closer to each others. China is not as close with North-Korea as some thing, he says.Read More →

The indispensable Chinafile asked some of its authors to list what is going right in China, after many obvious stories about what is going wrong. Danwei-founder Jeremy Goldkorn submitted a pretty long list, and this is how it starts.Read More →

“A chronicler of China’s seedy past,” author Paul French is called in a raving review in The Atlantic. His latest book “Midnight in Peking” became a candidate for the Edgar Award in the “Best Fact Crime” category.Read More →