23. 08. 2013

The vibrancy of the current contemporary art scene in China brought to London for the first time

An exciting new venture brings together the art market auction expertise of Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions and the Chinese cultural and artistic experience of Yourun International (UK) Art Investment & Management Ltd. With...

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16. 08. 2013

Picture of the week: Foxconn China by Gilles Sabrie

There are more picturesque lunch spots than an industrial site on the outskirts of Zhengzhou, north-central China. But this young woman is probably enjoying the solitude as well as the break from her work, making...

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16. 08. 2013

The Harder They Fall: The Risky Business of China’s Big Building Boom

While a lack of necessary permits recently stymied China’s construction of Sky City, the latest contender in world’s never-ending Tallest Building competition, the nation suffers no shortage of ridiculously tall buildings. At a height...

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16. 08. 2013

Don’t Dream Big — Four Vignettes on Social Mobility in Modern China

The New York Times recently ran an article that detailed the struggles of three young college women from low-income backgrounds, raising questions about whether education remains the “great equalizer” in America. How does the picture look...

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09. 08. 2013

Jobs fair China style: Tens of thousands of graduates hit event where they wait hours for just a minutes with potential employers

Tens of thousands of desperate graduates queued for hours at a jobs fair in Chongqing, China, as they scrambled for just a few thousand new roles. The fair was attended by around 150...

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31. 07. 2013

Gazing into the future of American business in China

The sixth-floor windows of the American Chamber of Commerce in China face onto Beijing’s boxy CCTV tower. I met Christian Murck, the chamber’s outgoing president, on a clear enough day to make out...

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