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Liu Sha

Liu Sha

Beijing Based Writer for CKGSB Knowledge

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WeWork’s Ole Ruch: Collaboration key to modern business
April 20, 2017
Since its establishment in 2010, WeWork has capitalized on the rise of shared-office culture to become the number one company worldwide specializing in shared office spaces.
TripAdvisor’s approach in China: Travel fills a spiritual void
April 20, 2017
TripAdvisor, known as a global brand providing user-generated reviews of tourism spots and hotels, entered the Chinese market seven years ago, but yet not become as popular as it is in the US.
Chinese tech firms go west
March 16, 2017
Melinda Li, 21, a sophomore student in Maryland, is a fan of Roman Atwood, an online celebrity best known for his comedian “prank” video on his Youtube channel, which has over 8 million subscribers. Recently, Melinda discovered...
Is Didi Chuxing Grappling With a Pyrrhic Victory in China?
February 9, 2017
One could be forgiven for thinking that after purchasing Uber’s China operations, Didi Chuxing— which now boasts over 300 million users and over 80% of China’s market—would be on easy street. 
WeWork’s Ole Ruch: Collaboration key to modern business
April 20, 2017
Since its establishment in 2010, WeWork has capitalized on the rise of shared-office culture to become the number one company worldwide specializing in shared office spaces.
TripAdvisor’s approach in China: Travel fills a spiritual void
April 20, 2017
TripAdvisor, known as a global brand providing user-generated reviews of tourism spots and hotels, entered the Chinese market seven years ago, but yet not become as popular as it is in the US.
Chinese tech firms go west
March 16, 2017
Melinda Li, 21, a sophomore student in Maryland, is a fan of Roman Atwood, an online celebrity best known for his comedian “prank” video on his Youtube channel, which has over 8 million subscribers. Recently, Melinda discovered...
Is Didi Chuxing Grappling With a Pyrrhic Victory in China?
February 9, 2017
One could be forgiven for thinking that after purchasing Uber’s China operations, Didi Chuxing— which now boasts over 300 million users and over 80% of China’s market—would be on easy street. 

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Liu Sha is a Beijing Based Writer for CKGSB Knowledge.