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Today's post is my interview with the documentary filmmaker, Richard Cohen. In Mr. Cohen's latest work, "Good Cat in Screenland," two entrepreneurs from Communist China acquire a bankrupt historic show business hotel in Culver City, California, where the Munchkins resided...Today's...
Small companies, generally speaking, should not source product in China. Aside from logistical difficulties, they don't have the volume orders to command signficantly low price points nor even the quality control larger buyers can insist upon (and must fight to...Small companies, generally...
This article claims 10,000 Americans hired by Chinese-invested US enterprises, a pittance for a population of over 307 million. Will Chinese investment create significant employment opportunities in the US? The test will be whether PRC Chinese cultivate an ability to...This article claims 10,000...
Is Ai Wei-wei soon to become an artist in exile?...Is Ai Wei-wei soon to become an artist in exile?
Not business or law, but too delightful not to share. Click here....Not business or law, but too delightful not to share. Click here.
“China supplied the world with very cheap and good-quality rare earths for more than a decade at the cost of depleting its resources and damaging its environment,” Wang Caifeng, who heads the government-affiliated China Association for Rare Earths, said at...“China supplied the world with very...
It appears that the battle over rare earth minerals, involving China and many of its export destinations, including Japan and the United States, has intensified. China cut its rare earths export quotas by 11 percent in the first round of...It appears that the battle over rare earth minerals,...
An extraordinary presentation by scholar Hans Rosling for the BBC. I include it here for the fascinating, but brief reference to China....An extraordinary presentation by scholar Hans Rosling for the BBC. I include it here for the fascinating, but brief reference to China.
I've written often on email scams targeting attorneys in the US. A foreign individual, masquerading as a company, persuades an American attorney to deposit what appears to be a genuine bank check for a large sum. The check is bogus....I've written often on email scams targeting attorneys in the US....
Chinese officialdom continues to thrash wildly in response to the award of the Nobel Prize to a Chinese lawyer/activist, Liu Xiaobo, currently incarcerated. Among the thrashings: threats to foreign governments, increased surveillance and punishments of those with some connection to...Chinese...