|Can Errand-running Apps Woo China's Market?|
Could it be that more and more people are becoming lazy? This is particularly true on China's university campuses. For those who are too lazy to run their own errands, there are now others who are willing to do it on their behalf for a small price.
|Three Years of China's Rebalancing Strategy|
Three years have passed since the inception of the Belt and Road initiative, namely the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, which intends to build a trade and infrastructure network connecting Asia with Europe and Africa along the ancient trade routes.
|2016 Chinese New Year: The Happy and Sad Sides of the Migration|
The theme of the spring festival has always remained the same for Chinese people. It's the world's largest annual migration where millions travel from their workplace back to their hometown for family reunion; it's when IT giants brandish their swords in the war of digital 'red envelopes' to further penetrate the online payment industry, and it's also the time many go on an overseas trip, spending quality time with their loved ones on la isla bonita.
|Five "I"s of China's Internet Strategy|
The Internet has been revolutionizing and will reshape nearly every aspect of our life. In a sense, technology is moving far ahead of the mentality of legislators and regulators, who have now become warier of grave challenges posed by cyber security and global governance, as the Internet is developing at an unprecedented pace.
|What¡¯s Next After the Irrational Double-11 Shopping Mania?|
The 'Singles Day' in China has morphed into an online shopping carnival. Not surprisingly, Alibaba set a sales record again this year, with a whopping one-day sale of $14.3 billion on November 11.
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