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David Wolf

David Wolf

Strategic Corporate Communications Counselor and blogger based in Beijing
Thirty-two IDF Soldiers Have Fallen - http://hebrewhutong.wordpress.com/2014...
Rabbi Menachem Creditor is Done Apologizing for Israel - http://hebrewhutong.wordpress.com/2014...
Beijing’s New Internet Buzzphrase - http://siliconhutong.com/2014...
Beijing's New Internet Buzzphrase - http://www.siliconhutong.org/post...
Mincing Words on Chinese FDI - http://pekingreview.com/2014...
Electric Cars and China - http://www.siliconhutong.org/post...
trouble wth some hk folks is they suffer fm bu ren - https://www.diigo.com/item...
@WolfmanChina trouble wth some hk folks is they suffer fm bu ren zu syndrome. Refusal to recognize ancestry. Shame on these! - David Wolf
Edelman, Rui Chenggang, and China PR - http://www.siliconhutong.org/post...
Edelman, Rui Chenggang, and China PR - http://siliconhutong.com/2014...
U.S. policy makers see a frustrating paradox: at a time when China’s economy is in triumphant ascendance—thanks in large part to America opening its vast markets to Chinese trade—the old hatreds that Nixon remarked upon are burning more brightly than ever. - http://www.siliconhutong.org/post...
In other recent developments regarding nuclear energy, Chinese premier Li Keqiang announced in London that China will design, own, and operate nuclear power plants for Britain, reports the Daily Mail. - http://www.siliconhutong.org/post...
Wander On, O Yidden: China and the Jewish Diaspora (III) - http://hebrewhutong.wordpress.com/2014...
China summons Japan defense attache over jets dispute - http://www.reuters.com/article...
Re: Kickstarter And China Manufacturing. You Are So Wrong On Your China Risks. - http://chinalawblog.default.wp...
"As time passes, I see doing business in China for a growing number of companies more as a defensive play that a pure market opportunity. Those companies come into China as a way of understanding their current or future China-based competitors, and possibly to put those competitors on their back foot in their home market as a way of distracting them from their efforts to go abroad. There are notable exceptions, but the numbers of companies who have more to gain by betting on China than they have to lose is falling - especially if IP is involved." - David Wolf
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