Plastered T-shirts Building a Brand in China

“That’s my story of building a street brand in China with a very small amount of money. We now sell in over 10 outlets in 3 countries. We have two of our own stores in Beijing currently.” Plastered T-shirts Building a Brand in China View more presentations from Plastered T-shirts.

22 China’s Internet Innovation Models in the Last Fifteen Years

Left bank reading listed 22 China’s Internet innovation models in the last 15 Years: 1, Forum. Discussion forum is the origin of China’s Internet. The real life of grass roots and Chinese traditional wisdom can only be found in those forums.Tianya.cn is the best place for understanding Chinese people and their life. 2, News. white-collar […]

Obama’s interview with Southern Weekly (Updated)

Full Text Script of Obama’s interview in English and Chinese: http://www.chinais.com/2009/11/interview-of-president-obama-by-xiang.html (Script from Whitehouse) President Barack Obama’s interview with Southern Weekly by Xiang Xi, chief editor of the newspaper before he left China on Wednesday.

Internet Censorship: Unsurprising Gift for Obama

Latest news from Chinese journalist: China’s most outspoken newspaper “Southern Weekly” had its schedule to release the Obama interview on printed edition on Thursday November 19, the insider said the Central Propaganda Department has banned the Obama interview (electronic version) from the Internet. During his visit Obama has addressed the Internet censorship in Shanghai speech, […]

Annette Lu: US-China Joint Statement a Serious Warning to Taiwan

Taiwan’s former Vice President Annette Lu said that the joint statement issued by US and China leaders after the summit is a serious warning to Taiwan, but Taiwan’s government insists that it is now the best time for trilateral relations between the United States, China, and Taiwan over the past sixty years. Lu pointed out […]

Bo Xilai and His Red Revolution in Chongqing

Implying “revolution”, Red has always been used as political color. In Taiwan, the DPP took green, the Kuomintang played with blue, leaving only red color for Shih Ming-teh to name his followers “Red Shirt Army”. The red color matched their “revolution” indeed, it is no wonder that some people doubted whether the “Red shirts” was […]

Dalai Lama Welcomes US Appeal to China on Tibet

The Dalai Lama has welcomed a call by U.S. President Barack Obama for the resumption of talks between Tibetan and Chinese envoys. Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader made the comments Tuesday to the Italian news agency ANSA, on a trip to northern Italy. Hours earlier, Mr. Obama held talks with Chinese President Hu Jintao in Beijing, […]

President Obama Meets With Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao

U.S. President Barack Obama says he wants a relationship with China that goes beyond economic issues, to encompass other matters of global concern. Mr. Obama spoke in Beijing as he sat down for talks with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao. This was the last big meeting for the president in China. As cameras recorded the start […]