Tag Archives: China

60-hour work week? We could learn from this.

I had to chuckle, and chuckle somewhat derisively at that, when I read the media responses to the purported abuses in China related to the 60-hour work week. The hysteria they have created is more of a critique on the … Continue reading

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LINSANITY!!! Ready when called.

One doesn’t have to be a sports fan to appreciate what Jeremy Lin has accomplished in the last ten days. The story line, for those of you unfamiliar with the NBA, is about this American born 23 year-old Chinese basketball … Continue reading

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WHAT COMES FIRST – BUSINESS OR FAMILY?

In response to a survey taken of business people in China asking them if they had to give up either their family or their business, 60% picked their business over their family. Yes, you’re shocked.  So was I.  But upon … Continue reading

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JUST AN OLD BULL IN LOCKDOWN ON CONTINENTAL

With sixteen hours of nothing to do other than to assess the pros and cons of flying from Newark to Hong Kong on Continental Airlines, I came up with the following list of what to avoid and a list of … Continue reading

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TURNING THE TABLES ON CHINA

Talk about a long shot!  That’s what we’re taking.  Virtually everyone in our business field that goes to China goes to buy.  We’re going over to sell. Monday morning my sister Rosemary and I fly over to Hong Kong where … Continue reading

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