| Mar. 7 2023
Baijiu has been an integral part of Chinese culture for centuries, but manufacturers need to attract a new generation to.
Jobs, Jobs and … Less Jobs?
| Mar. 7 2023
China is in a unique position where it has both a labor shortage and not enough jobs at the same.
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A Balancing Act
China’s economy today is driven more by domestic consumption than exports.
| Apr. 8 2020
The Power of Pets
China's pet care industry is booming as pet owners spend more money on their beloved animal companions.
| Apr. 2 2020
Jobless & Picky
Youth unemployment rising globally, but there are factors which make the problem in China unique.
| Mar. 16 2020
China is now leading the way towards a greener and more sustainable future.
| Mar. 12 2020
China’s biopharmaceutical market is bigger and more innovative than ever before.
| Feb. 18 2020
Taking First Place
China has the greatest number of self-made female billionaires in the world.
| Dec. 19 2019
Secondhand, First Choice
Chinese consumers have a deep desire for the new, but online convenience and a slowing economy are changing things.
| Dec. 3 2019
Freshly Brewed or Overly Roasted?
Starbucks had coffee lovers in China’s main cities wrapped up until Luckin arrived.
| 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.
| Oct. 25 2019
Shelter For Innovation
China is strengthening its intellectual property laws much faster than many realize.
| Oct. 23 2019
Tim Schneider on the Most Pressing Question in the Art World
Q&A with art writer Tim Schneider on China, the gallery system, and the future of art.
| Oct. 21 2019
Building a Future for Chinese Art
High demand for Western art may be holding back the growth of China’s own art.
| Oct. 17 2019