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This is my daily newsletter in which I share my take of interesting and relevant China news, quotes and commentary about what’s happening in China, and why it matters, plus some of my own views gathered from my daily activities.


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David Thomas

Keynote speaker on Future Trends, Innovation, Leadership and Globalisation, David motivates and educates global business leaders, entrepreneurs and investors about the massive potential offered by modern China. Having worked with SMEs from many industry sectors, David’s experience and expertise is broad and deep.These industries include food, healthcare, education, tourism, real estate, retail, professional services and technology. He regularly speaks at Conferences, Workshops, Seminars and Board Meetings around the world to a wide range of audiences and is well known in the Asia Pacific region as a ‘China Expert’.

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China Bites First Anniversary

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Workers wearing face masks rope a container ship at a port in Qingdao, Shandong province, China February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. China Daily via REUTERS

The Boom after the Bust

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School Days

Following on from yesterday’s China Bites on the topic of “Diversity”, please forgive me for indulging in this opportunity to ...
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Mega-cities in China

I don't need to tell you that, in 1980, China looked very different to the way it does today. It ...
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Changing of the Guard

If you needed any more evidence of the increasing influence of Asian countries as we head deeper into the Asian ...
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Digital Refugees

It’s well known that one of China’s biggest challenges is the “ticking demographic time bomb” of its aging population. China ...
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Tea or Coffee

The growth of Starbucks in China, a country known for its obsession with tea (‘all the tea in China’) is ...
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