Month: January 2020

Wuhan coronavirus will hurt China’s economy, inflation and debt balance

The Wuhan virus has markets in turmoil and Chinese authorities are racing to stop its spread. Dozens of people have been killed and thousands infected across the country. Cases of the virus have also been discovered in the United States. Its impact on the Chinese economy will be significant, given that the virus spreads during […]

Global Markets Rise Despite Slowest Chinese Growth in 30 Years | Chinese economy

China’s economy stumbled last year to its lowest growth rate in nearly 30 years after a trade war with the United States wreaked havoc on manufacturing output and consumer spending. The world’s second largest economy grew by 6.1% in 2019, compared to 6.8% in 2018, and the lowest rate in 29 years. However, investors cheered […]

Chinese Food in Chengdu Impression Turns Up the Heat – If You Want It – Daily Bulletin

Occasionally, I’ll venture a little deeper into Southern California’s vast array of regional Chinese restaurants, including those in Rowland Heights, San Gabriel, and Alhambra. Given the large Chinese population in the region, it is possible to find almost any regional Chinese cuisine. This is an opportunity to taste extremely authentic dishes and deepen your knowledge […]

Malaysian Muslim Students Protest Chinese Education Group Against Jawi’s Writings, Southeast Asia News and Top Stories

KUALA LUMPUR – Some 300 Muslim students gathered on Wednesday (January 1) to protest against the Chinese educational group Dong Zong for opposing the Malaysian government’s plan to introduce Jawi writing to Chinese and Tamil schools. The peaceful rally, organized by the Malaysian Muslim Students Coalition (Gamis), was held despite a police warning on Tuesday […]

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