Over one billion people speak some variety of Chinese as their native language - about one-fifth of the world's population. Chinese is made up of a number of regional language varieties, including Mandarin, Wu, Cantonese, and Min. Mandarin is spoken in northern and south-western China, Wu Chinese is spoken around Shanghai and Cantonese is spoken in Southern China, especially in Hong Kong and Macao, and is also widely spoken by overseas Chinese communities.
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China pivots to Europe
Global Post - 23 October 2014
Chinese investors are snapping up investment bargains in Southern Europe, but there are concerns that state-run Chinese companies may function as the Communist government's foreign policy tools rather than in their own interests as commercial enterprises.
Chinese slowdown is secular, not cyclical
Financial Times - 23 October 2014
Is China bouncing back from a weak patch of growth, or is it headed for a prolonged slowdown lasting many years?
China Slowdown? Don't Worry About It
BloombergView - 14 October 2014
An increasing number of people are afraid that the economic slowdown in China is bad news for the rich economies of the West.
Singapore fashion designers go global
Channelnewsasia.com - 03 October 2014
Local fashion designers are making headway abroad. Fourteen of the 17 designers who went to the recent Paris and New York Fashion Week under the umbrella of the Textile and Fashion Federation have received orders.
China is an opportunity for Spain, not a threat
Negocios.com (In Spanish) - 29 September 2014
Presiding over a meeting of Spanish business leaders with investments in China, Mariano Rajoy, Prime Minister of Spain, has highlighted the growing significance of economic and commercial relations between Spain and China.