Two of the world's biggest retailers are in the e-commerce headlines, led by a move into Shanghai's new pilot free trade zone by global giant Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN).
They used to live in the same residential complex, attend the same school and ride the same bus every morning.
I generally try to avoid writing too much about smartphones in this space, since the blogosphere often seems like little more than a soap box for high-tech execs to hype their latest products.
Does humor translate?
A widening web of anti-trust investigations has snared one of China's biggest overseas investors, with word that General Motors (NYSE: GM) has become the latest foreign company to be probed for...
Robin William’s death has not just shocked and saddened his fellow American compatriots, nor merely the English-speaking world. When I woke up today, both my Facebook and WeChat feeds were full of...
The microblogging realm was filled with words of sympathy this past week at the woes for some of China's longest-serving foreign tech firms whose names have become household words over the last 20...
Every month there’s another food scandal in China. Sewer oil. Lamb seasoned with rat. Exploding melons. And now tainted Western hamburgers and fast food is the latest.
Hong Kong is a city of endless possibilities. There are countless restaurants and bars serving a great variety of cuisines, and you can buy anything at almost any time you want.
In the universe of celebrity chefs, where planet-sized egos and intergalactic rivalries are the norm, Jamie Oliver is an exception.
I really didn't want to write again about another major multinational getting bashed in China, but it seems hard to ignore the latest reports that gadget giant Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) has formally...
What do you think Chinese people make fun of Americans for?
Top executives from software security maker Qihoo 360 (NYSE: QIHU) and struggling game operator The9 (Nasdaq: NCTY) were getting chummy in the blogosphere last week
A Hong Kong investment group, including Tak Cheung Yam of Integrated Asset Management and Wayne Hsieh of Asustek Computer, has reportedly purchased Forbes for US$475 million (HK$3.68 billion).
I've been on a writing and swimming (two of my biggest passions) slug lately. Maybe it's the summer and along with that the heat and humidity.