Category: Stories of The Dragon: China, The world’s first Superpower

Stories of The Dragon: China, The world’s first Superpower, with eyes everywhere

Trump Sees ‘Strong Signals’ as China Swings Into Action on Trade

(Bloomberg) — U.S. President Donald Trump said China is sending “very strong signals” following weekend trade discussions in Argentina, as uncertainty remains over what commitments were made between the two nations.

“Not to sound naive or anything, but I believe President Xi meant every word of what he said at our long and hopefully historic meeting,” Trump said on Twitter Wednesday.… Read Full Article

Amber Heard leaves little to the imagination in glittering mini dress with VERY risqué cut-out at Aquaman photocall in Beijing

By REBECCA LAWRENCE FOR MAILONLINE

She’s never been one to shy away from the spotlight.

And Amber Heard ensured all eyes would be on her as she attended a photocall for her upcoming film, Aquaman in Beijing on Sunday.

The 32-year-old actress oozed glamour in a daring little black mini dress with a risque keyhole cut-out that showed off her phenomenal figure.… Read Full Article

China supports Saudi Arabia in economic and social change: Xi

(Reuters) – Stability in Saudi Arabia is the cornerstone of prosperity and progress in the Gulf, and China firmly supports Riyadh in its drive for economic diversification and social reform, President Xi Jinping told Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Meeting in Buenos Aires, host of the G20 summit of industrialized nations on Friday, Xi said China has always attached great importance to its relations with Saudi Arabia, China’s official Xinhua news agency reported.… Read Full Article

WeWork is getting serious about China

By Rita Liao, TechCrunch

Since its entry into China in 2016, WeWork has extended from four to around 60 locations across the country’s megacities like Shanghai, Beijing and, most recently, Shenzhen.

That’s one-sixth of WeWork’s 360 locations worldwide. It’s also equivalent to what WeWork has achieved in its early five to six years globally, Sern Hong Yu, regional head of project delivery at WeWork China, said at TechCrunch Shenzhen recently.

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