Apple is Falling Closer to the Tree in China

Apple Inc. is building its first data center in the Southwest Chinese province named Guizhou. The data center will contain a data center building, a transformer substation of 110 KV, and an auxiliary facility, which are expected to be fully functioning by the end of 2020. The data center is 67 hectares, or 7 million square feet and construction costs are expected to reach $1 billion! The data center is

China 996 Work-Life Balance

Typically, Chinese culture has supported a “work hard” lifestyle in which most Chinese people work from 9am-9pm, 6 days per week. Specifically in the tech industry, many programmers have tended to work substantially more than this each week. This grew up in the early 2000’s as the tech industry in China started to expand. Independent labor unions have until recently been banned in China. A recent movement focused on empowering

Apple in the China Market

In the very fluid and ever-changing world market, American and Chinese politics have reached an equilibrium for what looks like the near future. In the last two weeks, American leadership has confirmed their support of trade between China and the United States and have confirmed that they will not be imposing any new tariffs on products exported and imported from China. With that said, Apple, a major manufacturer in China,

China Food and Beverage

In China, typical dishes include fried rice, jiaozi (filed dumplings), potstickers, noodles, kung pao chicken, hot pot, and many other popular dishes ( Food is predominantly eaten with chopsticks and “a wide flat-bottomed spoon” in typical Asian culture. Seafood, a common plate served in Chinese culture, is usually served complete as one fish. Each person will have their own bowl of steamed or fried rice and they will serve from