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Shanghai to Beijing: Take the Train or the Plane?

Shanghai to Beijing: Take the Train or the Plane?

Shanghai to Beijing, should one take a short couple hour flight or the overnight train? One trip highlights how this depends on your schedule and train choice.

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Rednecks, Red Guards & Trolls: Kaiser Kuo on US-China Online

Rednecks, Red Guards & Trolls: Kaiser Kuo on US-China Online

Kaiser Kuo speaks at TEDxHonolulu about the crisis in US-China relationships on a person-to-person level, exacerbated by large-scale and unmediated contact over the internet.

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English Blogs About China: Moser Interviews Goldkorn & Anti

English Blogs About China: Moser Interviews Goldkorn & Anti

Summary of interesting points and the English-language China blogs mentioned in the recent BON TV David Moser interview with Jeremy Goldkorn and Michael Anti.

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“Why Twitter & Facebook Should Forget About China” On Sept 15th!

“Why Twitter & Facebook Should Forget About China” On Sept 15th!

We’re hosting an open conference call with the Supernova Group of UPenn’s Wharton School. Kaiser Kuo, Benjamin Joffe, and other leading execs will cover topics, trends in China’s consumer internet.

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Persecuted Religious Movements, Product Reviews, & Internet Stats

Persecuted Religious Movements, Product Reviews, & Internet Stats

Why China is the worst place to study controversial issues, great Chinese websites for dining, travel, cosmetics, IT, & education reviews, & 338 million users!

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Chimerica: Divorce Court or Marriage Counseling?

Chimerica: Divorce Court or Marriage Counseling?

How The Atlantic’s James Fallows disagrees with Harvard’s Niall Ferguson on the future of China & America, and why that’s instructive for anyone watching China.

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Startonomics Beijing 6/11/09: Suit Up For Startup Boot Camp

Startonomics Beijing 6/11/09: Suit Up For Startup Boot Camp

Dear reader, please raise your hand if you think its easy to start a successful high-tech business. Okay. Now raise your hand if you think it’s easy to start... 

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SXSW China panel shares market-entry advice to Western businesses

SXSW China panel shares market-entry advice to Western businesses

This year’s South By Southwest Interactive conference in Austin, Texas, included a panel on Business in China.  The panel was composed primarily of non-Chinese... 

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Tips on Creative Entrepreneurship in China

Tips on Creative Entrepreneurship in China

Danwei held its Third Plenary Session on Creative business in China earlier this week at the oft-mentioned Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business(长江商学院). ... 

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Weekly Roundup: Chinese Web 2.0 Rhetoric (October 14, 2008)

Weekly Roundup: Chinese Web 2.0 Rhetoric (October 14, 2008)

On CNReviews, we showcase the best, the most innovative, and the most interesting debate about the Chinese Web 2.0 as the week draws to a close… This week... 

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The Wisdom of the Crowds, The Folly of the Mobs

The Wisdom of the Crowds, The Folly of the Mobs

As a pseudo-geek, my RSS Reader includes a subscription to the almighty TechCrunch, an influential blog that covers the internet and tech industry. I woke up today... 

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Links: China Microblogging, Hong Kong 2.0, Abang learnings, QQ, & more

Links: China Microblogging, Hong Kong 2.0, Abang learnings, QQ, & more

I’ve been debating whether to really share my Google Shared items feed or just use it to share with a few friends and my intrepid fellow bloggers here at CN... 

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Robert Scoble is already global

Robert Scoble is already global

Via Techmeme, I saw a post by Louis Gray entitled Mashable Uses A-list power to Steal B-list buzz alleging that Mark ‘Rizzn’ Hopkins of Mashable stole... 

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Cnbloggercon Guide: Coverage of China Social Applications panel – Part 4

Cnbloggercon Guide: Coverage of China Social Applications panel – Part 4

Cnbloggercon also held a panel discussion about China social applications. Moderated by Luyi Chen of the excellent China Web 2.0 Review blog, the panelists were... 

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