From the monthly archives:

November 2009

Obama’s Healthy Image Rebrands USA

by Ray Ally on November 21, 2009

Photo: Ray Ally Obama has just completed his first Presidential tour of Asia and has left a much healthier image of America in the eyes of China. He showed that he is committed to working together with China to help solve the global issues affecting both countries. Despite a lack off clear resolutions, being open […]

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Obama’s Many Faces To China

by Ray Ally on November 16, 2009

Photo: Ray Ally President Obama arrived in Shanghai last night on the first stage of his three-day trip to China. This landmark visit has been eagerly anticipated by many on the mainland, especially the netizens of China. Everyone is eager to see what the new face of America has to say about China and the […]

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Beijing Boy Racers

by Ray Ally on November 8, 2009

On Friday I briefly appeared on CNN, as I was quoted in a video story called Life in the Fast Lane. CNN’s Emily Chang was reporting on China’s super rich kids, that race cars for pleasure. However, these are not your usual boy racers, as these guys only drive Ferraris, Porsches and Lamborghinis. If the […]

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iPhone Trick or Treat Launch in China

by Ray Ally on November 2, 2009

Photos: Ray Ally Apple’s long awaited official iPhone, finally launched last Friday in China. The phone is only available to work with China Unicom’s network, which is compatible with Apple’s 3G and 3GS phones. The iPhone handsets starts at RMB 4,999 (US$ 730) with the top of the range 3GS 32 GB, costing RMB 6,999 […]

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