Ivanka’s Popularity in China Bodes Well for China-US Relations


Ivanka Trump’s popularity has grown in China since she and her daughter visited the Chinese embassy in Washington at Lunar New Year. Photo: Xinhua

Ivanka Trump’s popularity has grown in China since she and her daughter visited the Chinese embassy in Washington at Lunar New Year. Photo: Xinhua

While Trump spoke harshly on China, his daughter Invanka Trump brought her daughter to Chinese embassy in Washington at Chinese Lunar New Year, where her daughter gave performance of a Chinese song. The message was quite clear. Trump wants good relations with China. As Chinese people also want good relations with the US, Ivanka has become very popular in China.

SCMP says in its report “Dozens of Chinese firms apply to use ‘Ivanka’ as their trademark, “Dozens of Chinese businesses and individuals have submitted at least 65 applications to Beijing to use “Ivanka” as a trademark for their products, ranging from wallpaper to alcohol, according to the national trademark office.”

Due to Invanka’s popularity, according to SCMP, about 40 Chinese companies have used the Chinese characters of her name in their company registrations.

Such favorable response to Ivanka’s visit bodes well for US-China relations.

Comment by Chan Kai Yee on SCMP’s report, full text of which can be found at http://www.scmp.com/news/china/economy/article/2072337/dozens-chinese-firms-apply-use-ivanka-their-trademark.

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One Comment on “Ivanka’s Popularity in China Bodes Well for China-US Relations”

  1. Steve says:

    The Demons of Wealth has no limits. Confused people will use anything symbolic that they think is profitable from porno wallpaper to alcohol seduction to creamy condoms that symbolises Ivanka. How can the Ivanka trademark bring you wealth other than death should relations sour between the US and China.

    On the other hand, due to a billion confused people, she probably become a billionaire by the time old Trumpy loses the next US federal election.

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