Post Profile






Top China Stories from WSJ: Chen Saga, Facebook Alternative, Evernote Expands

The Chen Guangcheng saga shows how much distance and suspicion remain between China and the U.S.; investors seeking alternatives to Facebook could consider buying a big chunk of the Chinese Internet.
read more

share
See more about: Chen Guangcheng

Related Posts


Top China Stories from WSJ: Tension Over Uighurs, Chen Cites Progress, FDI Falls

Local Interest / China : China Journal - WSJ.com (3 years ago)

Signs of tension are returning to relations between Japan and China over a conference in Japan of what China calls a "separatist organization"; blind activist Chen Guangcheng said he has made some progress in his effort to leave Chi...

Chinese Activisit Chen Wants Out of China, Accuses U.S. Officials of Lying

News : NYMag: Intelligencer (3 years ago)

The deal between the U.S. and China that secured blind activist Chen Guangcheng the freedom to remain safely in China has apparently fallen apart. Chen was released from the U.S. embassy in Beijing Wednesday morning but only hours l...

Top China Stories from WSJ: Yuan Weakens, Chen on NYU Pressure

Local Interest / China : China Journal - WSJ.com (2 years ago)

Blind dissident Chen Guangcheng said NYU faced pressure from Communist officials in China to kick him out; the Chinese currency has fallen from a recent record high.

Top China Stories from WSJ: Social Recruiting, Chen Guangcheng, Badminton

Local Interest / China : China Journal - WSJ.com (3 years ago)

Companies looking for hints on how to use social media for recruiting may want to keep an eye on China; Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng blasted Beijing for its apparent failure to investigate the brutality he suffered; a badminton...

Top China Stories from WSJ: Chen Says Deal Faces Barriers, Sinopec Pressure, GM Sales

Local Interest / China : China Journal - WSJ.com (3 years ago)

Blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng said barriers remain before the U.S. and China can fully defuse their sticky diplomatic situation; Sinopec's hostile bid for China Gas Holdings faced its latest test; GM's April sales rose.

Comments



Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC