According to a new report released by Grant Thornton Business this week, 19% of China's female workforce in managerial positions hold the title of CEO, which is 10% higher than averages in Europe and 14% higher than averages in the United States!
Thailand is currently leading the pack, with a whopping 30%; while female managers in Taiwan came in third at 18%. Such figures could point towards a possible emerging trend in Asia where women holding CEO positions are becoming more common.
This is 22-year-old Sheikh Shujah. He is the half-Singaporean and Burmese son of oil tycoon Sheikh Babu Nooruddin. Shujah's father is rumored to be worth $750 million. As expected, Shujah is living the life of the rich and famous. Read more
How do you make a boring old camera store opening really grand? How do you even get people to care about cameras these days? You hire half-naked models to help 'clean' the store for its grand opening like this one in Taiyuan, China did. Read more
This story sounds like it was a page off some movie where a pregnant lady is rushing to the hospital but has no choice but to deliver the baby in the car. And instead of just any car, this woman delivered in an Uber. Read more