Mergers and acquisitions are widely researched in the United States. The picture of M&A in China, however, is still vague. There are a large number of great companies in the United States growing to global powerhouse through M&A, which are rare cases in China. This book presents the current status of China’s M&A from a holistic perspective through comparison with global M&A landmark. The author started from the enduring corporate strategy thinking, and then articulated typical M&A deal making process all the way through operational integration. The framework is well applied to compare two groups of companies, Ping An of China and Shanghai Fosun from China versus Cisco and the Bank of America from the US. The findings, quite interested indeed, imply significant lessons to Chinese firms as well as their counterparts in the US.