Companies must find ways to retain mid-level talent rather than search for new employees.
The Chinese film industry's top regulator says it will step up controls on international co-productions, saying present rules are being exploited to gain easy entry into China, which may harm the domestic film industry.
Bitter disagreements about how to deal with the growing violence in Syria are damaging Washington's relations with China and Russia. Policy regarding the Syrian civil war has created worrisome tensions in these crucial bilateral relationships, which became evident as early as February 2012.
How the silver lining to latest computing technology could turn to gold in China.
The first thing you notice about the Beijing house of American designer Ken Jenkins has nothing to do with his country.
The "American dream" has been immortalized in film and literature, its promise reaching over time and across oceans.
Amid arid expanses of loess and desert, to the east of Helan Mountain and west of the Yellow River, lies the city of Yinchuan.
Traditional Chinese medicine, which encompasses many different practices, is rooted in the ancient philosophy of Taoism and dates back more than 5,000 years.
Leading international management consultant Sander van't Noordende says China is not an easy place to do business but it is just "too big to ignore".