She has partnered with NASDAQ OMX, Morrison & Foerster, KPMG, SVB Financial Group, O’Melveny & Myers, Sidley Austin, Deloitte, K&L Gates, DLA Piper, InvestHK, SecondMarket, and Wells Fargo on China and India business events. … Rebecca has spoken at the Asia Society in San Francisco and Hong Kong, World Affairs Council in San Francisco, Overseas Press Club in New York, the Foreign Correspondents Club in Hong Kong and Tokyo, World Affairs Forum in Greenwich, China Northwest Council in Portland, Vancouver Trade Club in northwest Canada, Washington State China Relations Council in Seattle, and Harvard Club in New York.
Our China expert, veteran banker Mr Eddie Wang 王浵世will be speaking at SCMP Classified Post Banking Luncheon: China’s Domestic Banking – Myths, Truths, and Opportunities on 30 August 2011 in Hong Kong. During the luncheon, Eddie will: Interpret the myths behind China’s banks and the factors contributing to their success Examine the truths behind unique management behaviors by China’s domestic banks Outline employment opportunities on the Mainland for overseas candidates Give advice on soft skills needed to success in Mainland banking role Early bird rate valid till 18 August 2011.
My documents can be rather confusing, if not downright suspicious: my car has an Austrian license plate; I hold a Swiss passport, but it shows that my residence is in Hong Kong; as for my driving license, take your pick: two from China, one from the U.S., and several others; and my miniature laminated marriage certificate says that my Malaysian-Chinese wife is Australian. … Most recently, between May 9th and August 12th 2007, a dream came true for me. After two years of preparation, I took off on a 100-day road trip through China, not in a Land Rover or a Porsche Cayenne or a Hummvee, but in the granddaughter of a 1950s Lotus, a car made for British race tracks and Sunday morning leisure rides on the smooth-as-a-baby’s-bottom country roads of England.
Vito Di Bari The leading authority on innovation design, Vito Di Bari, is an acclaimed futurist who is changing the world through his cutting edge design solutions in areas including fashion design, interior design, and urban installations. … Mixing Italian strengths of creativity and design, with strong scientific analysis, he participates in worldwide events as a keynote speaker to explain to corporations, and individuals, how to change their behaviors in order to succeed in the future business world.
Our innovation guru, Fredrik Haren, argues that being “developing”, is a far better state that being “developed”… Listen to his speech at our showcase event here to find out more: Contact us at [email protected] if you would like to engage Fredrik to inspire your audience at your next event.
Below please find the articles from various global media citing our China Expert, Willy Lam’s 林和立views: Young Communists Embrace In-the-Black Over Mao Red Books as Party Turns 90 Bloomberg – July 1, 2011 “Young people do sign up for material reasons,” said Willy Lam Wo-lap, an adjunct professor of history at Chinese University of Hong Kong. … At Age 90, the Chinese Communist Party May Be Strangled By Its Own Apparatus Jakarta Globe all 1,174 news articles » ANALYSIS: Demystifying China’s ‘red line’ on the F-16s Taipei Times – Michael Cole – Jun 12, 2011 “Beijing has been pushing a red line policy since the 1990s vis-a-vis former president Chen Shui-bian ( 陳水扁 ), the Dalai Lama and so on,” Willy Lam ( 林和立 ), a China specialist at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, told the Taipei Times. …
Mr Eddie Wang g, Former President of the China Minsheng Banking Corporation (2006-2009 in Beijing) and Former Chief Executive for China business of HSBC (1994-2002 in Shanghai), is the first Hong Kong-Chinese banker invited by the Central Government to take up the top position in a domestic Chinese bank. … During Mr Wang’s illustrious banking career, he has masterfully blended his extensive knowledge of China with a strong international flavor, giving him a unique perspective on doing business in China.
Our best futurist speaker, Mike Walsh shares his views… What happens when we start to all bring our own technology to work? … Contact us at China Speakers Agency at [email protected] or +852 3489 9246 if you would like to engage Mike for your next event, or viist us for more top-notch China experts from us .
We at China Speakers Agency are thrilled to have best-seller author and social commentator Zhang LiJia joining us. Zhang LiJia I am a rocket factory girl turned writer, journalist and social commentator. … My features, often very human stories about the plight of China’s “little people”, have been published in South China Morning Post, Far Eastern Economic Review, Japan Times, The Independent, The Observer, Newsweek and The New York Times.
In this video, Anders Sorman-Nilsson discusses the concept of thought leadership and how it pertains to HR/HC and is the crucial link to driving HC/HR into a central role in the HR/HC driven enterprise. Contact us at China Speakers Agency at [email protected] or +852 3489 9246 if you would like to engage Anders for your next event, or viist us for more top-notch China experts from us .
Over a hundred audience participated our showcase event with Speakers Connect on 9 June 2011 at the Hong Kong Football Club, which staged five of our outstanding speakers: Brett King – Bank 2.0 Martin Roll – Asian Brand Strategy Emma Reynolds – The New World of Work David Lim – Lessons From Everest Fredrik Haren – The Developing World The event was both informative and entertaining. … ~ Claire Jung, RBS Some of the snap shots: More snapshots at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/speakersconnect/sets/72157626802149933/ Contact us at [email protected] should you are interested in engaging our speakers for your next event.
In what pundits have billed as a battle between David and Goliath, Chinese citizens appear to be pushing back on the all-powerful party-and-state apparatus that increasingly seems out of touch with popular aspirations. Efforts to challenge the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) supremacy are mounting even as the police, state-security agents, and the quasi-military People’s Armed Police (PAP) are stepping up enforcement of draconian methods to muzzle destabilizing or “disharmonious” voices.
…This is despite the fact that Beijing has, since the early 1980s, allowed – at least on paper – all Chinese to contest polls for becoming PC deputies at the level of counties, medium-sized cities and districts within big cities such as Beijing or Shanghai.
Below is The New Web article: A report from the Data Center of the Chinese Internet ( DCCI ) reveals that the Chinese now spend 41% of their time online on social networks, which indicates a major shift in how Chinese netizens are no longer purely consumers of web content, but are now more open to communicate, share, and engage online as well. … It would definitely be interesting to see how the expected English release of Sina Weibo would further affect the use of social networks in China, as it seems to be the first among the several Chinese social networking sites to launch an English site to tap foreign countries.