Mark Matthews, head of research for Asia at Bank Julius Baer, explains that the Chinese corporate bond default should be seen in a "very positive light" as it is the country's first step in addressing its credibility issue.
China's property prices slowed for a second consecutive month in February. Donald Han, Managing Director at Chesterton Singapore, says this is a good sign that overheating in China may be decelerating.
Melissa Lee sits down with Victor Koo, CEO of Youku-Tudou, sometimes referred to as the "YouTube of China."
Francis Lun, CEO of GEO Securities, explains why he thinks the Chinese property sector will cool down in the near future.
Jackson Wong, VP at Tanrich Securities, says China's announcement of a 7.5 percent growth target on Wednesday, sent 'very good signals' to investors and financial markets.
Jim Mccafferty, Head of Research at CIMB Securities, says China's chances of seeing a credit crisis is minimal, despite seeing its first ever bond default on Friday.
Ha Jiming, Vice Chairman, Investment Management Division, China at Goldman Sachs, says Chinese financial markets should be prepared for a slower growth in China in the long run.
Michael Klibaner, Regional Director, Head of Research, Greater China at Jones Lang LaSalle, says the property tax will be an important part of municipal finance reform.
Commenting on Chaori Solar possibly becoming the first bond default case for China, Ting Lu, China Economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch., says China needs such defaults to discipline investors.
Rodger Baker, VP of Asia-Pacific Analysis at Stratfor, discusses China's announcement of a 7.5 percent growth target and increase in military spending, at the annual National People's Congress which started on Wednesday.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. A mixed day in the energy pits. Crude was down a bit and nat gas popped after a drawdown that was greater than expected.
Catherine Yeung, investment director at Fidelity Worldwide Investment, discusses how to trade in China amid a wave of reform.
Richard Martin, managing director of IMA Asia, explains why Chaori Solar's possible bond default case may open the gate to more corporate defaults.
Alex Wong, Director of Asset Management at Ample Capital, says investors should approach China's solar industry selectively as there are still firms with strong balance sheets.
Hans Stoter, Chief Investment Officer at ING Investment Management International, explains how the market may welcome China's first default on bond payments.
The Chinese central bank is poised to drain a net 70 billion yuan this week, compared with 160 billion yuan last week. CNBC's The Call team and Andy Xie, Independent Economist, discuss.
China's Chaori Solar may be the first Chinese firm to default on bond payments. Andy Xie, Independent Economist, discusses whether this will open the gate for more corporate bond defaults.
Daryl Guppy, CEO of Guppytraders dot com, looks at recent patterns on China's Shanghai Composite index.
Gilbert Ghostine, President, Asia Pacific at Diageo, says anti-extravagant measures in China impacted its baijiu brand business, which saw sales plunging by 66 percent.
Chinese markets saw jitters on Wednesday, after China's Chaori Solar said on late Tuesday that it will not be able to meet interest payments on bonds due Friday. CNBC's Deirdre Wang Morris tells us more.