Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng says, NYU forcing him out


The Chinese dissident legal advocate Chen Guangcheng said he was being asked to leave New York University forcefully due to the possible damage that his activism was causing in the NYUs relationship with China. Chen Guangcheng came in news after his break away from house arrest in the American Embassy in Beijing last year  andContinue reading “Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng says, NYU forcing him out”

Take a trip to Baijiu brewery Niulanshan: Understand China from a different perspective


China has achieved a great deal of economic development in the past few decades and has shown the world that nothing sells like cheap goods. Liquor is one the commodities that earns governments highest number of taxes around the world. Though, Scottish wines seem to have earned a reputation around the world, owing to theContinue reading “Take a trip to Baijiu brewery Niulanshan: Understand China from a different perspective”

Pulitzer Center report indicates China’s attempt to lure back its intellectual capital to fuel its economic development in future


Looks like China has realized the relevance of their intellectual capital off late and now is going leaps and bounds to bring them back. According to the recent report by “Pulitzer Center On Crisis Reporting” many critical insights have been surfaced. China is giving this strategy of luring back its brain drain into the countryContinue reading “Pulitzer Center report indicates China’s attempt to lure back its intellectual capital to fuel its economic development in future”

Chinese artist Liu Bolin “Invisible Man” got recognition through Social Media


It needs more than a subtle eye to recognize Liu Bolin and his work. Though he happens to be an artist, another irony that clamps this artist is the fact that he comes from China. A place where though art exists yet the freedom of people to think and choose is taken away from them.Continue reading “Chinese artist Liu Bolin “Invisible Man” got recognition through Social Media”

Sales of Japanese cars falling in China over the Senkaku (Diaoyu) Islands controversy


Boycott of Japanese cars by Chinese buyers over the controversy regarding ownership of oil rich Senkaku (Diaoyu) islands may hurt domestic engineering firms and dealerships of Japanese car manufacturers in China. Japanese auto manufacturers like Toyota, Mazda, Nissan, Honda and Mitsubishi have been the worst hit due to the switching over. Sales of these companiesContinue reading “Sales of Japanese cars falling in China over the Senkaku (Diaoyu) Islands controversy”