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It is run by the China-U.S. Friendship Exchange, Inc., which was founded in Northern California in September 2006 by Dr. Sheng-Wei Wang, a scholar, writer and media figure. The site will host monthly web publications by invited experts on major China-U.S. issues and related Taiwan topics. Forums and book publications are planned as the website further expands in the future.
 
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04/01/2018   Returning migrants: the Chinese economy’s next great hope?
By Coco Liu
The great migration of rural workers into China’s cities helped to create the world’s second largest economy. Now a new avenue of growth is opening up, as the rise of e-commerce fuels a reverse migration of entrepreneurs.
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04/01/2018   Hong Kong's economy looks bleak if trade war intensifies
By Ken Davies
Donald Trump’s imposition of tariffs on imports from China is aimed at changing China’s trade and investment policies, but its medium-term impact is likely to be a tit-for-tat trade war which will harm the US and Chinese economies. Hong Kong’s open economy will inevitably suffer as a result.
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03/01/2108   Tapping growing potential of AI industry
By Edward Tse and Jackie Tang
The global artificial intelligence market has experienced explosive growth in recent years, and this game-changing technology is now considered the "next big thing" after the mobile internet.
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In this publication, we offer 1) “Hong Kong's economy looks bleak if trade war intensifies” by Ken Davies; and 2) “Returning migrants: the Chinese economy’s next great hope?” by Coco Liu.

 

In the Music Section, we have Suona Solo “A Hundred Birds Paying Homage to the Phoenix” (唢呐吹奏“百鸟朝凤”):

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekqyC1CyfuI

 

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