What we know about Shanghai is wrong

Perhaps you have seen the picture below. It truly is remarkable that in roughly 20 years the Shanghai skyline changed so dramatically and it has often been used as a symbol of China’s roaring economic and political power ascendancy.  I myself have used the picture in passing to reference the larger Chinese economic growth miracle […]

Thoughts Before Tonight’s Republican Debate

Currently I am reading about the growth in light manufacturing in China as there is so much to learn from China and it left me with two thoughts that are intriguing as we enter (too early I agree) the Presidential race season: The left is very much against the notion that the wealthy are job […]

How much do you care where and how your product is made?

Purchasing eco-friendly, organic, gluten free, vegan, non-GMO products in a safe working environment where the workers are paid fair and just wages is an ideal that we want to uphold but only rarely are able to achieve.  As everything in life, it is all about trade-offs. We can have all the above conditions but they […]