Interested in exposing your investment portfolio to China?

Four times a week -- Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday -- TheStreet.com's Patrick Schultz and Brittany Umar break down the latest Chinese investment ideas in China Watch on TheStreet.com TV.

The following are the latest video takes on how to invest in China.

Telecom Revamp Explained

Schultz and Umar explain what the Chinese government's restructuring of the telecommunications industry means for all players involved.

"We've been talking about this as a reason to avoid China Mobile ( CHL) for a while now because of this exact set of restructuring," says Schultz. "And it's going to be a big, big catalyst for everybody."

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How to Play the Telecom Overhaul

China Mobile may be a loser in China's telecom restructuring, but there are winners, including China Unicom ( CHU - Get Report).
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WWE Mania

With the Olympics drawing near, World Wrestling Entertainment ( WWE - Get Report) is poised for future growth in China, and Schultz says the stock also has great fundamentals and valuation.
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Closer Look at VisionChina Media

With VisionChina Media ( VISN) ramping, one reader asks what to do with the quick increase and seeks insight on the stock's many attributes.
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Shipping Stocks 101

Here's an introduction and a breakdown of a sector that's complicated but ripe with potential.
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Shipping-Stock Playbook

Learn the differences between the different kinds of shipping stocks, and how to make the most money from them.
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Playing Inflation

One of the biggest concerns about the Chinese market right now is inflation. Schultz explains what food concerns have to do with it and gives his top agriculture stock picks, including Terra Nitrogen ( TNH) and CF Industries Holdings ( TNH).
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This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.