Four overhead cameras capture one image per second of cows as they arrive to be milked. The photos are being used to develop one of China's most advanced agricultural technologies.
Jennewein Biotechnologie and Asia's largest dairy company Yili Group have joined forces to develop an innovative infant formula tailored to the Chinese market.
Meals for Chinese New Year, known as Spring Festival in China, are as elaborate as any Thanksgiving Dinner in the U.S. From steamed fish and spring rolls (get it?) to rice cakes and dumplings, a lot of work goes into preparing these feasts.
Regardless of what is going on at a geopolitical level, for regular visitors to China like myself, taking a deeper look at what’s going on away from the headlines can help marketers understand how trends in China are going to eventually affect us all.
With nearly 1.4 billion people, which is roughly four times the size of the U.S. population, the news that China would become the largest retail market in the world was more or less inevitable.
Wage growth for China's white collar workers has outpaced the rest of the world in recent years, but costs have also gone up, especially housing prices in "first tier" cities on or near the coastlines.
One of the greatest joys of celebrating the new lunar year is the Lunar New Year feast on the eve of the holiday. In Chinese culture specifically, superstitions intertwine with food to bring about special dishes intended to bring good luck for the new year.
Shandong Qiaobin Agricultural Technology Company, in Jinan, China, has an answer to the overflow. The company's plant houses a billion cockroaches that eat their way through 50 tons (45 metric tons) of food scraps a day, a daily mountain of garbage otherwise headed for the landfill.
Black pigs stroll beneath the trees on the three green hectares of Love Village Farm, outside the city of Chengde in Hebei province. Ren Yingying, 28, snaps a few shots on her phone and posts them on WeChat, so her social media followers can see how the pigs are doing.
Pakistan’s government will get benefit from the Chinese socio-economic development measures to remove poverty by empowering Pakistan’s agricultural and industrial sector, said a federal minister.