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We Like Greenies – Dog Treat Review

February 13th, 2019|

I am the proud Dog Mom of 3 little furballs – Felix, Rose and Georgie! Felix and Rose are brother and sister, mixed rescue dogs from Beijing; Georgie is a Pug… They are our pride and joy and like any “mom” I spend a lot of time trying to find healthy, affordable treats and food […]

What Chinese Tourists Want

February 10th, 2019|

Running this weekend here in Boston is “America’s favorite” Travel & Adventure Show at the Hynes Convention Center. We went down to check it out and see what travel companies were doing to attract more inbound Chinese tourists.

     

The event was pretty well attended, we got there early and there was a line of […]

Happy Lunar New Year 2019

February 1st, 2019|

The Year of the Pig marks the end of the Chinese zodiac 12-year cycle. According to one myth, the Jade Emperor said that the order of the lunar cycle would be decided by the order in which they arrived to his party. Pig was late because he overslept. When he arrived, he was the last […]

China’s NEV Dual-Credit Quota Policy

October 11th, 2018|

The dual-credit policy for passenger vehicle companies went into force on April 1st this year and targets car companies that produce or import more than 30,000 vehicles annually. Manufacturers worry that the new policy will make it increasingly difficult to make large-displacement vehicles, since these vehicles may exceed the fuel consumption limits and therefore not […]

Brands in Today’s Global Marketplace

October 3rd, 2018|

The evolution of brands continues. Evolved brands are no longer solely built by the company behind them. Evolved brands are also built by the people who interact with them. They have a clear sense of purpose and know how to tell a great story that people will remember. They are brands that excite people by […]

2015: Another Big Year for China Venture Capital and Tech Start-ups

February 10th, 2015|

I wrote earlier about consulting with Chinese tech start up Jide and preparing them for their launch at CES on this blog.

Last night I attend a packed event about the future of China venture capital and the tech start-up community.  The event was co-organized by Beijing’s American Chamber of Commerce and the China Entrepreneurs.  Eric […]

Starfish Project Adorns and Empowers Women from Beijing

February 4th, 2015|

A friend of mine in Texas recently referred Jenny McGee to me. Jenny is an American living in Beijing. She is also the founder of the female-focused social enterprise Starfish Project, which gives exploited women the means to earn a living making and selling jewelry. After exchanging emails, Jenny invited me to the Starfish Project […]

4 Simple Tips for Getting Hired in China

January 22nd, 2015|

Everywhere I go around the world, I hear senior hiring managers lament they can’t find great talent in China.  Well, the talent is indeed here. But they aren’t packaging themselves yet in a way to make it easy for English speaking hiring managers and recruiters to find them. If you’re a deserving young talent in […]

Mentor Diary: Helping Two Millennials Find Jobs in China

January 21st, 2015|

Since starting China’s first cause marketing consultancy, I’ve prioritized time each month to help savvy young Chinese people prepare for interviews with Western companies.  I don’t get paid for it, it’s just something that I do because I wish I had someone helping me navigate career building in China back in the early 90’s and, […]

Chinese Startup Jide Rocks the Remix Ultra-Tablet at CES 2015

January 8th, 2015|

Jide Technology announced that it is poised to launch the Remix™ ultra-tablet running the Remix® OS into the U.S. market over the course of 2015. The Beijing-based technology company made its American debut at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where cofounder David Ko shared Jide’s backstory and demoed its ultra-tablet the Remix.

The […]

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