Articles by Sophie Song
- Fancy A Monet From China?
April 24 2014 11:26 AM
The village of Dafen produces more than 100,000 copycat paintings each year.
- Market Conditions Cut The Size Of Pork Producer WH Group's Hong Kong IPO
April 23 2014 3:19 PM
WH Group is the latest company to suffer delays for a place on the Hong Kong exchange.
- China Arms Its Police, Blessing Or Curse?
April 22 2014 2:30 PM
Instead of feeling safer, some Chinese netizens are concerned about police violence.
- Hip Beijing Drivers Hang On - More Teslas On The Way
April 22 2014 9:14 AM
The company will build a network of charging stations in China to support owners of Tesla vehicles.
- Mobile Game 'Candy Crush' Gets A Restart In China
April 16 2014 5:02 PM
The popular mobile game will partner with WeChat for a second chance in China, a market that's certain to offer stiff competition.
- Even Chinese Grannies Have Sworn Off Gold
April 16 2014 5:42 AM
The Chinese gold-buying frenzy of 2013 has ebbed as quickly as it erupted.
- In China's Raw Material Push, Supply, Not Price, Is The Key
April 15 2014 7:08 AM
China paid full price for Peru's Las Bambas mine, but the long-term strategy is a solid one.
- Why Indonesian Economic Reforms Are Less Likely
April 14 2014 12:04 PM
Unexpectedly, favored presidential candidate Joko Widodo's party won only 19 percent of the parliamentary seats.
- In Choice of New Chief Economist, China Sends A Message
April 11 2014 4:33 PM
The former chief China analyst at Deutsche Bank is considered an insider in both the Western and the Chinese financial worlds.
- Coming To The Rescue In Detroit: Chinese Money
April 10 2014 4:00 PM
For Chinese investors, items in the Detroit Institute of Arts collection would be a point of national pride, not just portfolio pieces.
- Low Trading Revenue Likely To Weigh On JPMorgan's Q1
April 10 2014 5:48 AM
Also, management has indicated that mortgage origination volumes have started the year off slowly.
- Sharks Win From China's Anti-Corruption Efforts
April 09 2014 9:26 AM
A surprising downturn in China's shark fin market boosts the outlook for some endangered species.
- Vietnam's Privatization Plan Revs Up
April 09 2014 6:04 AM
The government has pledged to take 432 of its state-owned enterprises public; here are four of the biggest IPOs to come.
- Two China Mobile Execs Did The Crime, Now They'll Do The Time
April 08 2014 10:28 AM
China's anti-corruption crackdown continues with the sentencing of two former China Mobile executives.
- Memo To Foreign Telecoms In Myanmar: Bumpy Road Ahead
April 07 2014 2:18 PM
Winning the coveted telecom licenses was only the first step for the two foreign firms hoping to bring mobile access to the masses in Myanmar.
- Need A Ride In Asia? There's An App For That
April 07 2014 11:32 AM
A new app based in Singapore allows hitchhikers to connect and get rides from private motorcyclists.
- Welcome To The Jing-Jin-Ji
April 04 2014 4:03 PM
The move to redraw China's boundaries makes as much sense as calling the area between Boston and Washington "Bosington," an expert says.
- Alibaba’s Growth Story May Have A Bad Ending In Beijing
April 04 2014 8:28 AM
Many are using Alibaba's Alipay and other third-party payment platforms in a loophole to sneak money out of the country.
- Timber! Logging Ban Sounds Good, But May Not Work
March 31 2014 2:37 PM
Although it's a start, Myanmar's new export ban alone won't be enough to stop unaccountable forest resource cutting, hoarding and exporting.
- China's Weibo Is 'Sina' No More
March 31 2014 10:38 AM
China-based Sina Corp.'s microblogging service has dropped the parent company name from its title. Here's why they did it.