The Chinese Party-state is building a social credit system for collecting information about all of its citizens by police, courts, and other institutions. This enables the government to reach into society to a degree unprecedented in history (this article is published on Chinafile)
A mature company has responsibilities that extend beyond its bottom line, Jack Ma said Friday, on the 18th birthday of Alibaba (this article is published on Alizila)
Silicon Valley take note: in everything from mobile payment systems to news apps, businesses across Southeast Asia look to a new horizon for inspiration – China (this article was published in the South China Morning Post).
While the bloggers are getting the fame and the credit for their success, in reality, they are not doing it alone. Far from it (This article was published on Parklu)
Earlier this summer, a Chinese woman named Shuping Yang gave a commencement speech at the University of Maryland, comparing life in her home country to the life she had discovered in the US. In her opinion, the US came out way ahead. She criticized China’s smog and implied that it was far behind in terms of democracy and individual freedom. As a result, she was instantly attacked as a traitor by many of her Chinese peers (This article was published in Quartz).