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Incubated In China

by Colin Peebles Christensen | Jun. 4 2021

China is shifting fast from being a source of copycat goods to a source of business inspiration.

Demographic Dilemma

by Mable-Ann Chang | Jun. 1 2021

The scale of the challenge created by China’s rapidly aging population is only now becoming clear.

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Secondhand, First Choice

Chinese consumers have a deep desire for the new, but online convenience and a slowing economy are changing things.

by Timothy Ang | Dec. 3 2019

Freshly Brewed or Overly Roasted?

Starbucks had coffee lovers in China’s main cities wrapped up until Luckin arrived.

by Mark Andrews | Dec. 1 2019

Charitable Giving in China—from Passion to Impact

Philanthropy has taken a firm hold amongst middle-class urban residents in China, especially through CKSGB's Social Innovation programs.

by Mable-Ann Chang | Oct. 25 2019

Getting Ahead: The Effect of China’s Social Credit System

China’s controversial social credit system is already being trialed in many cities in the country.

by Mable-Ann Chang | Sep. 19 2019

Hungry for Profits: What is the Real Price of China’s Waimai Business?

Ordering takeout has revolutionized China’s dining scene, but can it last.

by Mark Andrews | Aug. 30 2019

China’s Tax Dilemma: Prioritize Efforts to Stimulate Growth or Control its Mounting Debt?

China’s economy seems to be slowing faster than the government would like, and US trade war tariffs are just.

by Colin Peebles Christensen | Jun. 28 2019

China’s artistic trade deficit: Is Art’s New Silk Road a One-Way Street?

People have been making art in China for at least 4000 years, but the modern era of China’s art.

by Bennett Voyles | Jun. 27 2019

The Rise of China’s Smaller Cities

China’s lower-tier cities are growing fast, thus offering new possibilities for economic growth.

by Mable-Ann Chang | Jun. 25 2019

Aiming for the Top: Can China Escape the Middle Income Trap?

Since 1960, only 15 countries have escaped the so-called “middle-income trap.

by Colin Shek | May. 23 2019

After Ofo: How the Bike-sharing Firm’s Collapse Changed China’s Tech Sector

The implosion of Ofo is a sign that the country’s startup ecosystem needs to find a new growth model.

by Dominic Morgan | May. 13 2019

State Advances, Private Retreats

A blog post by a self-styled financial veteran knocked the wind out of the Chinese business community recently. The.

by Colin Peebles Christensen | Mar. 25 2019

Saving is the New Spending: Chinese Consumers are Tightening Their Purse Strings

Amid economic headwinds, urban middle-class consumers are scaling back their discretionary spending.

by Colin Shek | Feb. 27 2019

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