TESSIE, her husband and their adult son recently vacated their home of 37 years in a Manila suburb to make way for some unfamiliar tenants - 20 Chinese nationals.
YOU might think the trophy real-estate assets of distressed Chinese conglomerates would go at fire-sale prices. The latest deals show that's not the case.
[LONDON] Political gridlock and years of Brexit drama haven't dampened demand from wealthy Chinese for UK investor visas.
AS CHINA shapes up to be a global economic heavyweight and further opens up its markets, Chinese companies are expected to bring about more deals abroad and possibly have a greater demand for...
LEARNING Chinese is not just about picking up vocabulary but also about acquiring soft skills and being culturally sensitive, says trainer June Gu.