Month: May 2021

Thai-Chinese Food Fair at Radisson Blu Dhaka

[ad_1] Radisson Blu Dhaka Water Garden is hosting a Thai-Chinese Food Fair from June 1-30 with daily buffets. Guests can enjoy authentic Asian-themed decor mixed with the hotel’s iconic octagon-shaped lobby. A sacred pagoda, a Chinese Shaolin temple, a bamboo village gate, a floating market boat, royal elephants, dragon heads and demons will resemble an […]

Why Chinese education stocks rebounded on Tuesday

[ad_1] What happened The bad news was good news for Chinese education stocks on Tuesday morning as stocks in China Online Education Group (NYSE: COE) climbed 9.1% until 10:40 a.m. EDT, TAL Education Group (NYSE: TAL) gained 10.3%, and New oriental education (NYSE: EDU) increased by 14.8%. As reported today, investment bank Goldman Sachs […]

For decades, Chinese cuisine has been underestimated on the world stage. it’s finally changing

[ad_1] In 1997, restaurateur Danny Yip returned to Hong Kong from Australia. Having worked in the food and beverage industry since the 1980s, he vowed he would never open another restaurant again. “It was extremely exhausting,” he recalls in an interview with CNN Travel. Instead, upon returning to his hometown, he founded a successful internet […]

Reviews | Greater certainty in an uncertain world: China’s economy ushers in a promising era

[ad_1] The epidemic and the continuing surge of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have left the global economy in limbo. Faced with the impact of the pandemic during winter and spring, as well as uncertainties in the external environment, 1.4 billion Chinese all worked under the strong leadership of the CPC Central Committee, along with President […]

Chinese economy strengthens in April

[ad_1] SHANGHAI: China’s economic recovery gained a foothold in April, but rising commodity prices are starting to erode growth and require targeted political support, officials and experts said. Industrial production remained dynamic in April while investment in fixed assets recovered more quickly. However, retail sales growth slowed last month, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) […]

The Chinese challenge: Chinese food and drink brands may soon rely on New Zealand’s high-end exports

[ad_1] It is the latest in a series that discusses ways forward for New Zealand in managing its increasingly complicated relationship with China. The list of 12 official partners and sponsors of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia final may have surprised a few. There were the usual household names like Visa, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and […]

Sex and the Chinese Economy by Shang-Jin Wei

[ad_1] As the Chinese government began to worry about the country’s low population growth, it gradually relaxed its family planning policy. Policymakers should now go further and offer a significant financial reward to parents of baby girls. NEW YORK – China has just been released Census of the population confirms the persistence of the country’s […]

Chinese education shares dip as Beijing announces it will help run private schools

[ad_1] Chinese educational institutions have seen a decline Stock price as Beijing announced that private schools should adhere to the leadership of the Communist Party under a new law. Experts believe that the regime plans to further erode the operational independence of the education system. The amended law on the promotion of private education highlights […]

Chinese Economy Facing Many Jobs and Private Sector Challenges, Premier Li Says

[ad_1] ANI | Update: May 12, 2021 3:37 PM STI Beijing [China], May 12 (ANI): China’s economy faces many challenges ranging from job creation to government bureaucracy and low efficiency despite strong recovery in the first quarter of 2021, said the country’s Premier Li Keqiang.Li made the remarks at an annual national clean governance conference […]

Australia “should anticipate boycott of Chinese education”

[ad_1] Education is the next ‘logical’ target in Beijing’s trade war against Australia, and Canberra should anticipate a lasting loss of Chinese students by mimicking UK efforts in educational diplomacy, a new document says. . Australian National University (ANU) geopolitical researchers say the Department of Foreign Affairs should establish an “Office for Education Trade Diversification” […]

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