Unlike the remembrance of the former colonial forces in Africa, China’s current geopolitical adventures into the continent “Africans’ view of China “is still positive, but not as exuberant as it was”. says Howard French, author of China’s Second Continent: How a Million Migrants Are Building a New Empire in Africa to Today Online.Read More →

Chinese have become avid international travelers, but they develop into a very different breed than other tourists. Shaun Rein explains in his today released book The End of Copycat China: The Rise of Creativity, Innovation, and Individualism in Asia, how different China tourists are, and what they mean for the industry.Read More →

Chinese companies are going global, but they would rather take on developing countries. Those are not always the easiest markets, tells Kaiser Kuo, communication director of the country’s largest search engine Baidu in CKGSB Knowledge. Read More →

Image by Fantake via Flickr The main difference between Tunesia, Egypt, Libya on one hand and China? Most Chinese support their government, argues Shaun Rein in CNBC in response to those who predict China might be the next on the block of governments under siege. Shaun Rein: Sure, the systemRead More →

Howard French by Fantake via Flickr While China was busy repatriating its citizens from Egypt, writes Howard French in The Atlantic, “nowhere have these stories attempted an honest explanation of why an evacuation was needed in the first place. To do so would require getting into some deeply messy topicsRead More →

Shaun Rein by Fantake via Flickr The situation in China has very little in common with Egypt, says Shain Rein in CNBC, but China’s leadership can learn a few lessons from the country’s turmoil. When trouble will occur, it will come from the students, not the middle class. While itRead More →