Case Study of Knowing Your Factory [Video]

Dear Readers, I was back up in China (second time in a month) from comfortable Thailand, and visiting our moka pot factory. As a content creator and host of Global From Asia – I took my v-log camera and made an interactive video to share insights of why it is so important to visit your factory, and build a long … Read More

Nothing serious?

Good evening from Canada…well, it sure has been an interesting week. The Trumpster, no sooner than backing off from Mexico, decided to up the stakes with Turkey while at the same time downplaying Iran’s apparent attacks on 6 oil tankers in the Straits of Hormuz over the last 2 weeks as, “nothing serious”. Folks, I don’t make this stuff up … Read More

What Insights We Have Been Getting On the Trade War

Dear Readers, Thank you for those who filled out the survey for this USA/China trade war last week. If you didn’t get a chance to fill it out yet – you still have time to have your voice heard! Fill out the survey here.   Don’t miss out on playing your part on this survey and having your voice heard. … Read More

Way Too Much Happening

First off, it was this, the 2nd week of June, that saw such a huge change for the better in the world’s fortunes 75 years ago. Nations put aside their differences and worked together to overcome the hate and tyranny espoused by Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan and proved that working together could be done and that the whole was greater … Read More

We Want To Hear From You – US/Trade War Response

Dear readers, For the past month the team here at Global From Asia has been getting quite a bit of inbound messages about how the trader and Amazon seller community has been responding to the US/Trade War situation. Literally I have talked on the phone to journalists from Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, and South China Morning Post about this. While … Read More

And They’re All Painted Black

Good morning – or, rather, it’s morning but there’s not much good about it news-wise. Everywhere one looks it seems like the Rolling Stones sang, “and they’re all painted black”. Just a few months ago economic pundits everywhere were extolling the ongoing economic expansion while casually drowning any meek voice of dissension in a flood of supporting drivel. And now … Read More