China's love affair with Inside China's Future Factory 2 days ago   01:23

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China is a goldmine for American brands, with companies like Starbucks, Gillette, and Nike easily outstripping all competitors in their sectors. As Chinese trade leaders meet with US representatives, many are wondering who has the upper hand.
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陈庆德
Totally rubbish!
绍兴周氏Fuhan
total BS. US product is status symbol like 20 years ago. Today, no. Do your homework and research , will you?
Jian Chen
记者好扯啊。中国人对美国货根本没有特殊偏好,更谈不上什么status symbol.

一些质量好的东西比如iPhone确实受人喜爱,但其他的,比如美国车,性价比低质量又比不上德国的,在中国基本不好卖
Jim Wong
Only the close cooperation between USA and China can save the world economy!
Tdufivho Hfjgvihoho
When will the chinese ever be proud of their own products?
JF DING
US hopes that China will always produce lighters and socks. But we Chinese also want to build big planes and make chips.
We Chinese people want to live like Americans. We like the American , American is our best teacher.
NuclearNow_SolarLater
This segment sounds like it was made for Trump. I'm sure he'll be watching this short segment when FOX News is on commercial break. lol
Kevin Bhasi
1:14 TIL there's Tesla in China with both Tesla and standard EV charging ports
John É
We don't need China's products. Is low quality.
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Inside China's Future Factory China's love affair with 2 days ago   09:13

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Over the past 40 years, the fishing village of Shenzhen has been reborn as a futuristic metropolis bursting with factories. Bloomberg Businessweek's Ashlee Vance travels to the heart of China's tech revolution to witness this new reality firsthand, as part of a three-episode exploration of the city. In part one of Hello World Shenzhen, Vance gets a worker's view of life in a startup and then explores one of the city's famous electronics markets to learn how people survive (and in some cases make fortunes) in such a frenetic, competitive environment.

https://www.bloomberg.com/hello-world

Credits:

Creator & Host
Ashlee Vance

Director
David Nicholson

Producer
Diana Suryakusuma

Writers
Ashlee Vance
Alan Jeffries

Director of Photography
David Nicholson

Editor
Alan Jeffries

Camera
Jack Lam

Camera Assistant
Qi Yang

Motion Graphics
Sylvia Yang

Fixer
Yang Liu

Audio Mix
Cadell Cook

Colorist
Allie Ames

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