Apple's Tim Cook formally apologized to Chinese customers today in response to media criticisms within China for unfair warranty and customer service related issues. China's Consumer Association have also demanded Apple making a formal apology. While U.S. media in unison came to Apple's defense before today's apology, making light of Chinese consumer grievances, I think there … [Read more...] about Chinese media criticism of Apple aims to rectify U.S. protectionism against Huawei
The current global imbalance, a fight between rich and poor
Despite the moral posturing and smearing campaign against China in the Western media on the currency valuation issue, the essence of the current rebalancing of our world economic system is a fight between the rich and the poor (and between the rich themselves). The U.S. really doesn't have this currency valuation issue all that together. Here, NYT reports "Currency Rift … [Read more...] about The current global imbalance, a fight between rich and poor
The U.S. witch hunt against Toyota, and a lesson for foreign corporations?
[Edit 2/20/2010] People do not remember now, but back in 2007 and 2008, Chinese toys companies were the butt of high profile highly politicized investigations for manufacturing unsafe toys; after formal investigation it turned out most of the recalls were due to fault of U.S. designers - not Chinese manufacturers. "Made in China" was under attack in the U.S. and a target of … [Read more...] about The U.S. witch hunt against Toyota, and a lesson for foreign corporations?