While "conspicuous luxury consumption may not be on its deathbed quite yet in China," Avery Booker of Jing Daily suggests that "social tensions" over a widening wealth gap "may ultimately put the last nails in bling's coffin."
"Apple treats Chinese consumers very coldly. Repair or return of products is very difficult and complicated. I just pray the products will never go wrong because I feel the communication process with Apple staff will make me crazy."
"We have worked with them before and we have had a very good experience with them," the Rev. Anthony Mwituria, who oversees constructions in the archdiocese, said in an interview. "We issued a tender and they came with the best deal."
There are 23 million more boys compared to the population of girls between the ages of zero and 19 at this time in China, according to research conducted by the State-run China Academy of Social Science.