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Bruno Buonaguidi, Università della Svizzera italiana If you are the owner of a credit or a debit card, there is a non-negligible
Global brands are skilled in articulating relationships, a competency that can: a) reinforce superiority versus local challengers
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The HotPost this week is the New Zealand earthquake that took place on November 13. Right after the event, the Chinese Consulate
"The whole world will witness the power of Chinese consumption this Nov. 11."
China's wine industry has matured in recent years to become a player on the world's stage as its consumers widely purchase wine from overseas markets via physical means and the Internet. With overseas travel and smartphone sales on the rise, and Chinese business tycoons claiming stake to world-class vineyards, expect the Chinese wine revolution to continue into the future.
BEIJING -- Chinese companies, which have long been playing catch-up with their U.S. counterparts, are now leading the way. My time in the U.S. was like stepping backward in time.
Disneyland's boss was not quite sure how to react to these comments and did not understand all this agression. This time
For every entrepreneur and business, finding a manufacturer is one of the most challenging aspects of getting your idea off the ground. Manufacturing products is a hurdle that nearly every entrepreneur faces, regardless of if their business is hardware or fashion focused.
The HotBrand of the week is Alipay, the mobile payment system of Alibaba Group. You know that Chinese people or Chinese brands
The HotPost of the week is related to a sexual harassment in a bus. A man was sexually harassed by a woman. This man decided
CAPE TOWN, South Africa -- Provided it continues to grow globally, Uber could soon become the first foreign-owned tech company to truly flourish in China. After all, if Didi and its backers didn't consider Uber a real contender in the battle for the world's largest ride-hailing market, they would have stopped with the capital-raising bonanza some time ago.
This week's HotTopic is an A4 piece of paper. It all started with a Chinese actress who posted a picture of her holding a piece of paper in the vertical position, hiding her waist. Thereby showing how thin her waist is.
This week's HotPost is 'Papi Jiang', and is a typical modern Chinese social media story. It's the story of this young influencer called 'Papi Jiang' who is a beautiful and smart 'youtuber'.
The more I look at Magic Leap, the more astonishing the situation is. Even more astonishing is the spell they seem to have cast on people I speak with. Magic Leap is a world where secrets live.