Welcome to China Bites

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

It’s hard to believe that it’s already been a year since I released the first issue of China Bites and so I’d like to take this moment to thank you for all your support, feedback and comments over the past 12 months. 

There never seems to be a shortage of topics and news to write about when you’re focused on China, which only proves the importance and relevance of China News in our daily lives, both now and in the future. 

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