Helen Wang via Flickr Helen Wang answers questions from ATimes, on the day of the official launch of her book The Chinese Dream: The Rise of the World’s Largest Middle Class and What It Means to You. How do young Chinese look at the US? Twenty years ago, when I firstRead More →

Shaun Rein by Fantake via Flickr Import into China is growing, the Renminbi might slight appreciate after the Christmas shopping is done and the government is addressing overheating in real estate, tells Shaun Rein Bloomberg. But the real problem is the China IPO bubble developing in the US. (Clip atRead More →

“Not insane” via Wikipedia North-Korea is moving very calculated and it is weird both the US and South-Korea do not treat it accordingly, says Shaun Rein in an analysis in Forbes.Shaun Rein: They are coolly calculated measures to gain power. If North Korea didn’t attack and appear crazy, no oneRead More →

Shaun Rein by Fantake via Flickr US congress and other political bigwigs might be pushing China to appreciate its currency, but Shaun Rein asked US companies, and they see their interests hurt by a rise of the Renminbi, he writes in Forbes: The next time you hear someone in CongressRead More →

Wendel Minnick by Fantake via Flickr In a move that is likely going to upset China, the US has send radar upgrades to Taiwan for its Indigenous Defense Fighter (IDF), writes Wendell Minnick in Defense News. The announcement came during a two-day tri-service military exercise in southern Taiwan from Aug. 24-25. Read More →

Wendell Minnickvia Flickr China’s maritime actions are enticing Vietnam to edge closer to the US, writes Wendell Minnick in Defense News.  The United States is taking advantage of Vietnamese angst over Chinese arrests of Vietnamese fishermen, threats against multinational oil companies operating in Vietnamese waters, increased naval exercises and theRead More →

Business analyst Paul Denlinger only falls short of making fun of GE‘s CEO Jeff Immelt at his weblog ChinaVortex that China is pursuing its own interests, when dealing with the rest of the world: In light of this situation, the west really has very little room for leverage in pushingRead More →

Professor Lee is the author of the best-seller The Chinese Way to Wealth and Prosperity: 8 Timeless Strategies for Achieving Financial Success. Firmly rooted in both the Chinese and American culture, he is an ideal bridge between both. He travels from Maryland, USA.Read More →

Building bridges between China and the US has become his passion, ever since Mark Obama Ndesandjo lost his job after 9/11 and found a new homeland in China. As an accomplished business man, he decided that there is more into life than making money. He started to teach piano at orphanages and has been heavily involved in charity events in China. He travels from Shenzhen.Read More →

Joel Backaler covers in his book “China Goes West. Everything You Need to Know About Chinese Companies Going Global” the second biggest story after China started to open up: the country´s global expansion and its impact on Western multinationals.Read More →

Helen Wang is a contributor to Forbes and a sought-after speaker. Her book, “The Chinese Dream,” is based on over 100 interviews with the new members of the Chinese middle class. Currently, Wang divides her time between consulting for companies doing business in China and helping non-profit organizations make a difference. She travels from Silicon Valley.Read More →