Chinese investments in Europe have sky rocketed in recent years. While the pattern emerging across European countries may vary in intensity and across sectors, Europe in general offers attractive assets to a growing China – technology, market access, brand names
YCW Brussels chapter launched in the fall of 2015.
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Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival, is the most important Chinese festival which celebrates the turn of the traditional Chinese calendar. New Year’s traditions include to thoroughly clean the house in order to sweep away any ill-fortune and
Relations between the EU and China have expanded and deepened amidst important changes in the EU and in China. Today, building on a broad-based framework of bilateral relations, engagements run through over sixty substantive and sectoral dialogues. The EU-China 2020
As the world’s second largest film market, China’s film industry has grown rapidly in changing times. Shaped by broadening demand for entertainment and digital innovations, the movie scene is flourishing with the state, private and foreign investors increasingly competing and
As the party congress gets into full swing in Beijing, several powers are competing and gaming in these two weeks. While clearly China is at a turning point, the outcome and direction of change is less so. Left, Right, Another