Ivanka Trump lit up social media on Monday after tweeting a piece of wisdom she attributed as an ancient Chinese saying: “Those who say it can not be done, should not interrupt those doing it.”
“Those who say it can not be done, should not interrupt those doing it.” -Chinese Proverb
A mother of two in northwestern China is struggling to make ends meet after her husband was arrested for probing on factories that make shoes for Ivanka Trump’s brand.
Deng Guilian, 36, who currently works at a karaoke parlor in Xiangyang, Hubei Province, has a 7-year-old daughter, Chen Chen, and a 4-year-old son, Bo Bo.
Jared Kushner received a warning from U.S. counterintelligence officials last year that his friendship with Chinese-American businesswoman Wendi Deng Murdoch could be used by the Chinese government to its advantage.
Citing officials privy to the issue, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday that there were concerns that Murdoch, a U.S. citizen and ex-wife of News Corp. founder Rupert Murdoch, could seek to push the interests of the Chinese government. Incidentally, News Corp. owns the Wall Street Journal.
Cultural appropriation, the sociological concept referring to the adoption of elements from a culture outside one’s own, is becoming particularly problematic when they are taken without thorough understanding or respect.
Authorities in India are sending hundreds of beggars and homeless to rehabilitation centers in an attempt to clean the streets ahead of Ivanka Trump’s visit to Hyderabad.
Local police are ensuring that Trump’s visit to the country for the three-day Global Entrepreneurship Summit on Nov. 28 will be an impressionable one.
Ivanka Trump celebrated her daughter Arabella Rose’s sixth birthday the Asian way by serving mallow dogs and noodles. The 35-year-old puzzled netizens when she posted a picture of hotdogs topped-off with marshmallows.
According to SoraNews24, Trump’s original tweet had already been deleted, but that didn’t stop netizens from screen-capturing and sharing the image. Trump’s tweet included a caption that says “keeping it healthy” further confusing netizens who were wondering how this strange combination came to be.
A recent audit has exposed terrible working conditions at a Chinese manufacturer that makes clothes for Ivanka Trump’s personal fashion line.
Employees of the unnamed factory, which manufactures clothing for the G-III Apparel Group, reportedly earn $62 by working nearly 60 hours per week, according to a report by Fair Labor Association on Monday.
Ivanka Trump‘s company reportedly gained provisional approval for three trademarks from China on the same day she dined with Chinese President Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago on April 6, Chinese trademark documents revealed.
According to CNN, her firm has already acquired 16 fully registered trademarks in the country before getting provisional approvals for two other trademarks on February 20 and March 6. The new trademarks are for jewelry, spa services, and bags.
Angela Dimayuga, the executive chef at Mission Chinese Food, turned down a freelance writer who slid into her DMs to offer her an interview with Ivanka Trump’s website.
Dimayuga shared screen grabs of the conversation on her Instagram account:
Ivanka Trump posted a photo to her Instagram on Tuesday showing herself with her 1-year-old son, Theodore, learning Chinese characters on a set of educational building blocks.
Little Theodore seems to be following his 5-year-old sister Arabella who has become a viral sensation in China after her mom posted a series of videos on Instagram showing her singing and reciting poetry in Mandarin.
Ivanka Trump may have recently been on the receiving end of multiple criticisms in the U.S. for being “complicit” in her father’s presidency, but in China, she is basically the perfect woman.
According to The New York Times, the presidential daughter is so widely adored in China that she has been dubbed as the “goddess Yi Wan Ka” Trump.
At least 65 businesses in China have submitted applications to sell their products, including supplements, alcohol, tissues and wallpaper, under the name of Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka as a trademark.
According to data from the National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System, 40 companies in China that mainly sell products such as cosmetics and underwear have used Ivanka Trump’s name in Chinese characters for their company registrations.