The stock market in China has plummeted for the second time this week.
Stocks dropped by more than 7 percent on Thursday, forcing officials to cut trading short just 29 minutes after the markets first opened. They also fell 7 percent on Monday before trading was halted.
While China might be an ocean away, turbulent economic waves there might crash onto California's shores.
Clayton Dube, director of the U.S.–China Institute at USC, joins Take Two to explain how the market volatility in China will affect real estate, the tech industry, tourism and more in Southern California.