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Stranded by America’s industrial decline, an Ohio native builds a new life helping US companies navigate China.
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The Communist Party seeks to tame China's savage social media sphere.
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Hint: Technicolor billboards help.
The new president’s “rule of law” campaign apparently doesn't apply to the Communist Party.
In prominent articles, China’s Communist mouthpiece assails American democracy.
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As high-level intrigue surfaces, the Communist Party leaves nothing to chance – on old media or new.
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Despite China’s economic woes, its emerging middle class remains elated by progress.
'The relationship between Chinese factory owners and workers used to be like between a grandfather and grandson.' No more.
Laborers are finally making a decent wage. But that could sink China’s economy.