For China, First the Waldorf, Then the World
Last month, while holidaying in New York City, I happened upon the glare of a dozen live television cameras while walking past the Waldorf Astoria. The fuss was over Alibaba's investment roadshow, then unfolding inside the hotel's famed ballroom.
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