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Expo Launches Plan, Website For Carbon Emission Reductions

Expo Launches Plan, Website For Carbon Emission Reductions

The Shanghai World Expo is living up to its name of providing a Better City and Better Life to the people by taking actions to help Mother Earth and her environment. Learn more about Voluntary Emission Reductions and what you can do to help.

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CCTV Rips Off Japanese Anime Pokemon & Naruto, Is Shameless

CCTV Rips Off Japanese Anime Pokemon & Naruto, Is Shameless

A “domestic” Chinese cartoon is exposed by Chinese netizens to have copied numerous character and story elements from popular Japanese anime Pokemon and Naruto.

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Kaifu Lee: Constraints at Google and Dreams at Innovation Works

Kaifu Lee: Constraints at Google and Dreams at Innovation Works

Chinese bloggers answer why Kaifu Lee resigned from Google China, how it will affect Google China, and what we can expect from his new startup Innovation Works.

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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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Google China’s Kaifu Lee Resigns

Google China’s Kaifu Lee Resigns

Kai-Fu Lee resigns as head of Google China. Recently starting to make some market share gains, Google remains a distant 2nd place to Baidu. Could the recent controversy over Google porn have caused the resignation?

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Wanted: Shanghai Customer Service Executive for MSH China

Wanted: Shanghai Customer Service Executive for MSH China

MSH China, an insurance services company serving multinational companies, seeks a Customer Service Executive/Account Executive to work full-time in Shanghai.

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5th Fantasy China National Animation Summit – July 3rd

5th Fantasy China National Animation Summit – July 3rd

Join over 35 VCs & 150 animation industry gurus for the 5th Fantasy China National Animation Summit in Shanghai featuring well-known foreign & domestic speakers.

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Green Dam: Chinese Neitzens Are All “Children”

Green Dam: Chinese Neitzens Are All “Children”

A review of what many Chinese bloggers are saying about the recent “Green Dam Youth Escort” mandatory filtering software debacle: Flawed, dangerous, wasteful…

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Toine Roojimans: Payment In China – Systems & Habits

Toine Roojimans: Payment In China – Systems & Habits

Toine Roojimans shared a presentation on payment systems, infrastructure, and habits in China at Barcamp Shanghai 2009, a key topic of interest for anyone hoping... 

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Renee Hartmann: Selling to China’s Youth Market With eno

Renee Hartmann: Selling to China’s Youth Market With eno

Renee Hartmann talked about selling to China’s youth market at Barcamp Shanghai 2009 by sharing her story and experiences co-founding eno, a Chinese casual... 

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Chinese Web Insights: Difficult To Understand 3G TV Ads

Chinese Web Insights: Difficult To Understand 3G TV Ads

Well-known Chinese brand strategy expert & advertising man Xu Dawei criticizes China Mobile & China Telecom’s 3G ad campaigns for not making much sense.

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Sea Turtles: Wall Street Chinese Returnee Says America Easier

Sea Turtles: Wall Street Chinese Returnee Says America Easier

Chinese returnees who studied or worked abroad describe the difficulties of returning to work in Chinese companies, citing differences in communication & logic.

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Quail Breeder Lays Golden Egg… Will Forbes Curse Trash His Nest?

Quail Breeder Lays Golden Egg… Will Forbes Curse Trash His Nest?

Will quail breeder Liu Yongxing, hailed as a China working class rags-to-riches fairytale, be the next victim of the Forbes China’s richest list curse?

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Chinese Web Insights: Taobao Is Toxic

Chinese Web Insights: Taobao Is Toxic

Keso, an influential Chinese tech blogger, criticizes a recent Alibaba campaign encouraging university students to start ecommerce businesses on Taobao.com.

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TechCrunch Stealthily Retracts Serious Sequoia China Claims

TechCrunch Stealthily Retracts Serious Sequoia China Claims

During her trip to China, TechCrunch blogger and BusinessWeek columnist Sarah Lacy wrote an insightful post that success in China is “where patience meets... 

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