Last week the National Hockey League’s New York Islanders made history by drafting the league’s first ever China-born player.
Several major Chinese government owned companies have teamed up with Alibaba to form a streaming video service that may force an early end to Netflix’ China ambitions.
Fueled by liquidity, leverage, and rampant speculation, China’s stock markets have reached fever pitch levels and look ripe for a correction.
If you missed out on the recent Chinese market boom and you’re looking for a way to make make up for it, you might consider taking advantage of the recent Shanghai and Shenzhen stock market rule changes that now allow investors to short equities.
There is something new that has occurred in China this week: two of the top four ranks at the box office have been claimed by non-Hollywood, non-English language pictures.
China’s Billionaire Actress Zhao Wei (赵薇)
The world’s wealthiest working actress is a former kindergarten teacher with such keen investing acumen that she’s been nicknamed “China’s show-business Buffett” by her country’s media.
China has become a sort of haven of second chances for films that disappoint in North America and Europe. Will it give Tomorrowland the ‘do-over’ that it needs?