from Breakingviews:

China’s stock connection: a guide to the perplexed

November 14, 2014

By Peter Thal Larsen

The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

from Breakingviews:

Hong Kong shouldn’t brush off Shanghai threat

September 25, 2013

By Ethan Bilby
The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

from Breakingviews:

Shanghai trade zone may give rest of China a kick

September 16, 2013

By John Foley

The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

from Full Focus:

Migrant migration

February 1, 2013

Photographer Carlos Barria crosses central China on a 50-hour train and bus journey from Shanghai to document one couple's story. The couple, Li Anhua and Shi Huaju, are among millions of Chinese migrant workers who have to leave their loved ones behind to look for a better future for them and their families. Read Carlos's personal account of the journey here.

from Photographers' Blog:

72 hours in Shanghai

April 2, 2012

By Carlos Barria

Occasionally, along with covering the news stories like the economy, politics, sports and social trends, we (Reuters photographers) have time to do something really fun.

from Photographers' Blog:

Swimming in a sea of pictures

August 1, 2011

Several weeks back I was told I would be having a serious case of the blues for a fortnight - processing pictures of the swimmers, divers and water polo players competing in the FINA World Championships in Shanghai. Pictures from the event would be edited by China chief photographer Petar Kujundzic and sent to me and my colleagues Karishma Singh and Allison Ching in Singapore to process and transmit to clients.

from Russell Boyce:

Asia – A Week in Pictures 31 July 2011

August 1, 2011

Ramadan started in Asia on Sunday and Indonesia-based photographer Ahmed Yusef produced this beautiful image to mark the start of the most important period in the Muslim calendar. The viewer focuses on the young woman's eyes as the red scarf draws you to her through a sea of swirling white created by a slow exposure. Also in Indonesia, Dwi Oblo's picture draws you into the picture through  light and smoke to evoke a real feeling of people humbling themselves as they pay respects to their dead relatives as they also prepare for Ramadan.

from Financial Regulatory Forum:

Foreign private equity braces for rough ride to China -ANALYSIS

By Guest Contributor
May 20, 2011

Helen H. Chan

HONG KONG, May 20 (Business Law Currents) Foreign-invested private equity firms are rallying in Shanghai, eagerly awaiting the results of a second round of applications for the Qualified Foreign Limited Partners (QFLP) scheme. In recent weeks, large international buyout firms such as Blackstone and the Carlyle Group have rejoiced over being some of the first to be awarded a QFLP license.

from George Chen:

What happened to B shares?

By George Chen
April 28, 2011

By George Chen
The opinions expressed are the author’s own.

Few people outside of China really know what B shares are.

“B shares? Does that mean they are not as good as A shares?” That’s a typical question I hear from foreign friends when they first come to the mainland market and by chance learn some buzz about the B-share index.

from George Chen:

Where China traders meet

By George Chen
April 4, 2011

IPOBy George Chen
The opinions expressed are the author’s own.

My readers on Reuters.com know me as a columnist who regularly writes about China and I also run a Chinese-language column, Mr. Shangkong, about Shanghai where I was born and Hong Kong where I call home now, on Reuters.com.cn, the China portal.