10 for 10: Our Christmas List of China Lists

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This is for festive starters, and we expect more material for another list before the year is out…

1. Quotes: Among others… RT @ChinaDailyUSA: We summarized the top 10 notable quotes in China in 2010 for you: http://bit.ly/gtO7bI – From China Daily, including the infamous and outrageous: “Sue me if you dare. My father is Li Gang!”.

2. Brands: Another 10 for 10 RT @JingDaily: China’s Top 10 Domestic Luxury Brands Of 2010 jingdaily.com/en/luxury/chin… – Drinks and cigarettes figure heavily. If you are not already familiar with the likes of Wuliangye & Swellfun, read on!

3. More brands: RT @JingDaily: State of Things: What are China’s Top 50 Brands? (WSJ) http://is.gd/iN6KA – China Mobile, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Bank of China, China Construction Bank, China Life Insurance, the Agricultural Bank of China, and more…

4. Business Scandals reviewed: RT @shaunrein: Top 10 economic scandals (chinadaily.com.cn) http://bit.ly/aObnZe – including: Complaints over faulty HP laptops & Probe ordered into vaccines in Shanxi.

5. Corruption: RT @China_Elections: Corruption in China: The Year in Review China Elections and Governance http://t.co/q8BgIaW) – For starters: “an official from the State Food and Drug Administration has stood on trial for allegedly taking 1.47 million yuan (US $221,442)”.

6. Myths: RT @chinahearsay: The Top Ten China Myths of 2010 New Yorker http://is.gd/iqCUB – lots o’ straw men here – Including: “Beijing has licked its air-quality problem”. Right!

7. Buzzwords: @raykwong Ray Kwong Checking out the China Media Project political and social buzzword dictionary. http://sn.im/1mrz2j #PowerProgeny – Such as: “Guān èrdài” (power progeny) and “yizu” (ant tribe – of unemplyed graduates). Time to learn some new words…

8. ODI review RT @BeijingReview: Chinese companies expand abroad to establish a global foothold in foreign markets http://bit.ly/9Ac3xf – “On November 1, the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) released China’s outbound investment development report for 2010, painting a favorable picture for corporate China’s intentions to head overseas. China’s outward direct investment (ODI) grew 1.1 percent year on year to $56.53 billion in 2009”.

9. Cities: The 20 fastest-growing cities RT @Chinalyst: China’s City CHAMPS: China Business Blog http://bit.ly/gWDjfm – We already reported on the rise of cities such as Chongqing, Hefei, Anshan, Maanshan, Pingdingshan and Shenyang (see the link above), but as that post has been pretty popular, thought we would resurrect it here.

10. Rankings: Corruption, and other measures (Corruption (78): China ties with Thailand at 78 RT @DanHarris: RT @Chinalyst: China Corruption By The Numbers. http://bit.ly/coyNrc) from an earlier post. And it conveniently makes up the numbers…

Some leading luxury brands a leave a lasting impression. All hail Wuliangye!
Puff the Magic Dragon

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