Welcome to Global Trade!
Helping You Understand the Asia-Pacific
Learn what Paul Marsnik, business professor at the College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University, and his students are doing in Asia.
The Pacific century is among us and Asian nations are on the rise. See what super cities are making an impact and are transforming the new world order.
Meet the man behind the Made in China Podcast: How he made China a career, what he thinks about modern China, and what his lessons learned from 10 years living there.
Chiang Mai, Thailand may be known as the digital nomad capital, but Da Nang, Vietnam is another popular up and coming destination. Learn how the cities compare to one another regarding: cost-of-living, quality of life, food options, infrastructure, and things to see and do—so you can decide which city is right for you.
Ever thought of becoming a digital nomad? Well, learn about Bea of Beawander.com and how she started her journey in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
I am joining Johnny FD for the next 8-weeks in Chiang Mai, Thailand, with 7 other entrepreneurs, to build dropshipping ecommerce websites. Learn about drop shipping and get a behind-the-scenes look!
What ever happened to TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership)? U.S. President Donald Trump scrapped it early 2017, so what’s the latest?
Vietnam seems to benefitting from the U.S.-China trade war. What does this mean for the future of manufacturing, supply chains and exports?
I had a great time at the 2018 Drop Ship Lifestyle Bali Retreat! If you’re into ecommerce, especially drop shipping, then this may be what you’re looking for. I learned so much to apply to my ecommerce businesses, was inspired by so many successful people, and made lasting friendships. Looking forward to Cambodia in 2019!
Sriracha, Once Synonymous to a Generation of Vietnamese In America, is Starting to Catch on in Vietnam
Growing up in America, Sriracha, the fiery red hot sauce was a staple in Vietnamese restaurants, especially next to a steaming hot bowl of beef pho. I had already heard of its legendary story, where the Vietnamese immigrant founder, based in California, created the original recipe to sell to the growing Asian population. Now, it seems Vietnam is catching onto this condiment crave, where generations of Vietnamese-Americans grew up to love this American sensation.