A review of the current situation of the MICE sector in China and what five star hotels are doing in order to compete in the sector.
Article looking at whether BYD might be better off concentrating on being a technology supplier particular of battery technology rather than continuing to make cars.
Article on how the second hand car market in China is finally picking up as some consumers now consider a second hand purchase rather than buying new.
A look at the huge growth and potential of the Chinese e-commerce market with a backdrop of the Alibaba IPO.
Premium producers such as Lexus find a ready market in China for hybrids whereas mainstream models such as the Toyota Prius are near impossible to sell.
Article about how premium car producers are managing to sell hybrid cars in China where more utilitarian models like the Toyota Prius have failed.
How Chinese manufacturers are copying the American model of too many brands rather than the European streamlined approach.
How new government procurement regulations are helping Chinese producers shift to making larger cars a sector they previously had little success in.
How expectations in China about service are changing and companies that want to succeed need to pay heed.
It is Shanghai that points towards the future for China, where in 2050 it is predicted that 450 million people will be over 60 – a third of the citizens.
A practical guide on how to start a business in Shanghai, China and stay legal as a foreigner.
How female foreign entrepreneurs are finding success starting small and not so small businesses in Shanghai, China.
Is China really one of the world’s richest and fastest growing markets, or is it just a global legend? Mark Andrews went in search of answers
An example of some of the copywriting work done, in this case an interview of the GM of Lenzing’s Nanjing operations for the company magazine.
Cover story about how China is now the world’s largest car market and the road forward.
Why China has yet to implement a working 3G mobile phone network and when it might happen.
Article looking at how foreign banks are bringing change and competition to China’s banking sector.
A look at media organisation TOM Group and its operations.