There is a lot of speculation about China's rise on the global stage and what to expect in 2017. Consider reading any of these articles to get a sense for the "what if" or "this could be" ideations from Forbes, McKinsey and the World Economic Forum:
Or, if you want to put your computer, tablet or smartphone away, grab one of these four books and have a good read to better understand China in 2017!
- "Alibaba: The House That Jack Ma Built" by Duncan Clark
- "Wish Lanterns: Young Lives in New China" by Alec Ash
- "Chinese Rules" by Tim Clissold
- "China’s Disruptors" by Edward Tse
It is the world’s most populous country, the world’s largest trading nation and is expected to become the world’s biggest economy. Yet the outside world still knows surprisingly little about China today. To help get you up to speed, here’s a selection of recently published books that paint a picture of China in 2017.