Source: 明星为什么都爱开火锅店?是利润特别高吗? From: 每经网 2016-10-18 11:05:46

As the weather gets colder, business at hot pot restaurants is picking up again.

After they get famous and have money, many stars choose to invest in businesses, predominantly choosing...

Lifting the Veil on the Traffic in Personal Data: Hotel Records for 300 RMB

Source: 记者暗访个人信息贩卖黑幕:300元可买开房记录

Southern Metropolis Daily December 12, 2016 – Rao Lidong and Li Ling


Source: 零食能否做成大生意?来伊份周黑鸭相继上市提升投资人信心

Market listings for two Chinese snack food companies have given private equity investors who took stock in return for cash an exit. Some investors...

Takeaway: If internationally China has long been known as the factory of the world and exporter of everything, what about the domestic Chinese market? This article is about maturing Chinese consumption patterns and the lagging supply chain that is geared towards supplying foreign brands with high-quality products meeting international standards, while leaving Chinese consumers with a “quality swamp”. If Chinese consumers wish to buy higher quality “made-in-China” products manufactured for foreign brands, then often their only option to go abroad.

The first time I heard of Bhutan was ten years ago. I was watching a Taiwanese drama called Meteor Garden with a predictable set of characters. A rich, evil mother tried to separate her headstrong son from a poor, but worthy girl. The implacable mother did everything in her power to set her son up with “appropriate” girls, and failed every time. The poor girl didn’t even like the rich guy, but of course he won her over. After the hero and heroine finally got together, the hero lost his memory in a car crash in Spain. His mother saw this as the perfect opportunity to set her son up with a princess from Bhutan.

Whenever I think of Thai food I think of green curry. So I was somewhat surprised when I asked my Thai classmate what dishes were common in Thailand, and she said Tom Yum soup and Green Papaya Salad.