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It's not delivery. It's the grocery store.

Dec 5, 2019

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New Google-Adobe font makes Asian scripts consistent, and that's a big deal

by Kai Ryssdal and Sean McHenry Apr 17, 2017
The Noto serif CJK works across Chinese, Japanese and Korean.
Photo courtesy of Adobe

Government panel wary of Chinese investment in U.S.

by Annie Baxter Nov 17, 2016
A congressional panel advises barring Chinese-owned firms from buying U.S. firms.
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Tired of urban life, young Chinese hit the road

by Rob Schmitz Jul 6, 2016
More office workers are quitting their jobs to explore remote corners of their country.
Ye Tong, left, and Lu Cheng, right, have quit their jobs among the office towers of urban China in favor of hitchhiking the backroads of the country’s far west.
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Alibaba could become the largest IPO. Ever.

by Conrad Wilson Aug 13, 2014
What's the big deal and how will Alibaba keep shares afloat once trading starts?

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by Tess Vigeland Jan 27, 2012
USC professor and East Asian cultural expert Gene Cooper takes us on a money tour of L.A.'s Chinatown, explaining all the trinkets and symbols that foster prosperity.
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