Tag Archives: covid 19

New Year, New Virus

By | January 23, 2022

Along with the old year came an end to a very busy Autumn semester. I took a longer break from trying to find the rhythm of my keyboard here on the blog than I thought I would but with homework essays, reflection diaries, two conference papers, and the digital classroom experience, writing was what I… Read More »

Coronavirus side-effect: Transformation of China’s business models, logistics, and service delivery

By | February 29, 2020

Just the way the SARs epidemic kicked off China’s e-commerce revolution back in 2003, the ongoing COVID-19 containment strategies maybe triggering an even larger transformation of the Chinese economic ecosystem. I went looking today for the earliest signals of what might be underway. Rural China is facing the biggest challenge right now as the spring… Read More »