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Authors: Fengnian Cai, Jiamei Wang, Yue Wu Giant Arabic letters in shopping malls, loud chatter in diverse languages, the sweet smell of shisha smoke in the evening air, and Muslim women wearing colorful Hijabs watching the news from Al Jazeera (a Middle-Eastern news channel) by the streets — a unique scene indeed. This is a city filled with all sorts of Halal food and Islamic … Continue reading What Makes Yiwu a Desirable Place for Foreign Merchants to Settle in？– A Study of the Muslim Community in Yiwu
By Liheng Xu, Wenchong Xu, Xinyu Xiao, Rui Ke, Hengen Qi (listed in no particular order) “One of my friends lost 600,000 RMB in an account due to black money handed to him by a customer, and he now has nothing,” said Muhammad, a 24-year-old native of Jordan. He moved to Yiwu six years ago to work as a middleman. Such stories are not unheard … Continue reading What difficulties have Yiwu foreign trade companies encountered during the pandemic?
By Ngai Yuxi, Dai Zhengtang, She Wanwan, Chen Qiaqia This is a “Doraemon” found by Qinhuai River in Nanjing rural area, not the omnipotent robotic cat, but an ordinary cat dyed blue by chemical wastes discharged by nearby dyeing factories. The little creature is a magnifying glass revealing a growing issue concerning the general natural environment, or specifically the water environment, in China. Many rivers … Continue reading How did Nanjing respond to river treatment issues in different policy periods? Taking the management of the Qinhuai River as an example.
Author: Chengmai Zhang
Around 1972,an economist called Muhammad Yunus was in the village of Chobra, Bangladesh. He spotted a woman who was making a bamboo stool near the school. He asked, “How much money can I make?” The woman replied, “The money is from the usurer. Only 0.5 takas can be earned by processing a bamboo stool. The income is extremely meager.” Continue reading Grameen China’s Opportunities: Comparing Grameen China with Grameen Bangladesh