From the Washington Post – Only 6% of American consumers can name a Chinese branding. This is a problem if Chinese companies want to grab more of the US market.
From Quartz – America seems to be everywhere, McDonalds, Starbucks, pop music, etc. etc. However, some would argue this doesn’t reflect our level of integration into the global economy.
From the Economist – The web remains a controversial place in China. It has given a voice to hundreds of millions of people, while giving the autocratic state another means to crack down on dissent.
From the NY Times – With tensions rising in the Korean peninsula, some in the South have seen this all before and see little reason for concern.
From the Guardian – Our Asia field study opened our eyes to many new forms of entertainment. Here is a very brief introduction to the world of Japanese Anime.