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The power of Mandarin, China’s universal common speech

Did you know? The Mandarin language, or Pǔtōnghuà [普通话] in China, literally translates to “Common Speech”. This is because Chinese... Lire plus >


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15 tips for maximum impact at Juwai China Agent Summits

Get direct access into China. Meet, connect, and forge strategic alliances with Chinese agents – face-to-face! The Juwai China Agent... Lire plus >


TNTW Mandarin Rise Singapore

Top News This Week: Mandarin's rise, Singapore and more

Mandarin Chinese, the language of tomorrow With the world’s nearly 2 billion Chinese language speakers and China on its way... Lire plus >


New Zealand to China

New Zealand to China: "Please visit soon!"

Can New Zealand attract more Chinese tourists? They certainly want to. They aren't immune to the worldwide rush to cash... Lire plus >


A musical lesson in international business

Abigail Washburn wanted to be a lawyer improving US-China relations – until she picked up a banjo. Now she plays... Lire plus >


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Your Investment Property

Chinese tourists go "property shopping" in Australia

Chinese buyers are increasingly becoming interested in Australia's housing market again — a new survey shows that property shopping is part of their travel plans when they go on holiday, according to...

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Financial Times

Ghost of Asian crisis haunts Bangkok housing market

Thai policymakers are grappling with a rapidly cooling property market in the country’s capital. Overseas demand for Bangkok priorities, particularly from China, is lending some support as indebted Thais pull back, reported...

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south china morning post 2018

Mainlanders, Hongkongers increasingly looking to work and buy homes in Beethoven’s Vienna. But it is not easy to pull off

Hongkongers and mainland Chinese are increasingly looking at working or buying a home in Vienna, rated as the world’s best city to live in, according to a report in the South China...

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Yahoo News

Chinese buyers are getting ready to flock back into Australia's 'cheap' property market – with one city emerging as their clear favourite

Of the 1.2 million Chinese tourists visiting Australia every year, as many as a quarter could be looking to buy a property here, a new study has suggested, in an article posted...

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