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Willy Lam: Citizens challenge China’s authoritarian tilt

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. Willy Lam.png 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.

TheNewWeb: Chinese now spend 41% of their time online on social networks

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.

Eddie Wang Shares His Insights on Managing in China

Our China business expert, Mr Eddie Wang 王浵世 , Former President of the China Minsheng Banking Corporation 前民生銀行行長 and Former CEO of HSBC(China), shares his insight on managing in China.

…Contact us at +852 3489 9246 or [email protected] to engage Mr Eddie Wang to inspire your team and clients on concrete knowledge of doing business in China.

Jack Perkowski: Continue to Manufacture in China?

Within China, however, wage levels and property prices vary greatly and are highest in China’s first-tier cities like Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou and the coastal cities where foreign companies have tended historically to locate their operations. … As I began to make countless five and six-hour car trips on barely passable roads to visit newly acquired factories in my early days in the country, I must admit that I began to question the wisdom of our strategy of picking the best factories, regardless of location.

Li CunXin, Mao’s Last Dancer Talks About His Life Story

World-renowned ballet dancer Li Cunxin , author of “Mao’s Last Dancer”, talks about his heart-wrenching childhood in a poverty-stricken area of communist China, his evolution from novice dancer to world class performer, and the remarkable journey that brought him to the United States and Houston Ballet. … Contact us at China Speakers Agency at [email protected] or +852 3489 9246 if you would like to engage Li Cunxin for your next event.

Mao’s Last Dancer Li CunXin Joins China Speakers Agency

The inspirational story of Li’s life is recounted in his memoir Mao’s Last Dancer , which quickly rose to No. 1 on the Australian Non-Fiction Best-Seller List and win the Book of the Year Award in Australia and receiving the Christopher Award for Literature in the USA. … Mao’s Last Dancer is now a blockbuster film Li’s experiences are real; his journey is incredible; his story is true, and he is the living example of overcome adversity and achieving excellence in life Li speakers perfect English and Mandarin.

The Changing Media Consumption Habit of Mainland Chinese

What’s interesting is the huge shift that happened between 2009 and 2010, where time spent watching TV has decreased by 42.5% while the time spent using the Internet has increased by 44.8%. … Our best futurist speaker, Mike Walsh, shares with you his insights: 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 .

Lord Chris Patten Speaking at Ageas London Convention

Lord Patten in his keynote speech, has very generously shared his wisdom on how to be successful – the four pillars, he said, include: – Clarity: Be crystal clear of who you are and what you want – Courage: Have the courage to see it through and make it happen; and the courage to tell the truth – Communication: Be able to explain your vision clearly with others – Know the details: Quoting Former Chinese Premier Zhui RongJi as an example – Even though you are working at a high level, you still need to know the details. … After the dinner, he joked that he felt like coming back to Hong Kong, thanks to the overwhelming responses of the audiences. IMG_3705.jpg IMG_1227.JPG IMG_1235.JPG IMG_3752.JPG Contact us at China Speakers Agency at [email protected] or +852 3469 9246 if you would like to engage Lord Chris Patten to speak at your upcoming event.

《原來錢作怪》:比較兩地人才 撰文:王浵世 Eddie Wang

《原來錢作怪》:比較兩地人才 撰文: 王浵世 Eddie Wang (九十年代出任滙豐銀行中國業務部總裁,退休前為中國民生銀行行長) 香港的職場近年來發生革命性的變化,在投資銀行的年輕一代顯得特別明顯。… 可是在“ 錢作怪”的日子,我們弄不出“錢生錢”的本事,最多替老闆省點水電費,說起來是有點吃虧。

Eddie Wang on Chinese Talents

Our China business expert, Mr Eddie Wang 王浵世, Former President of the China Minsheng Banking Corporation 前民生銀行行長 and Former CEO of HSBC(China), talks about the difference between talents from Mainland China and Hong Kong at RTHK program: Contact us at +852 3489 9246 or [email protected] to engage Mr Eddie Wang to inspire your team and clients on concrete knowledge of doing business in China. Screen shot 2011-05-09 at 10.11.14 AM.png

Eddie Wang Talks About Doing Business in China @ Money Cafe

Our China business expert, Mr Eddie Wang 王浵世, Former President of the China Minsheng Banking Corporation 前民生銀行行長 and Former CEO of HSBC(China), talks about doing business in China at Money Cafe , the popular finance program of Cable TV Hong Kong. Screen shot 2011-04-29 at 11.18.09 PM.png Contact us at +852 3489 9246 or [email protected] to engage Mr Eddie Wang to inspire your team and clients on concrete knowledge of doing business in China.

BRIC Expert David Thomas Joining China Speakers Agency

He managed his own financial services business in Hong Kong for 8 years (1987 – 1995) which provided unique insights and first hand experience of the changing landscape within the Asia Pacific region, particularly the opening up of China, the rise of Japan and the Asian tigers, and the emergence of India. … As well as working with companies within many industry sectors (e.g. retail, professional services, manufacturing, food, education, publishing, design and technology) David continues to support financial services companies seeking to expand their global footprint, leveraging business and investment networks throughout the region, leading an annual mission to the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong, and as the Chairman of the Australasian Financial Forum in Australia.

China Business Expert Eddie Wang Interviewed by RTHK

Our China business expert, Mr Eddie Wang 王浵世, Former President of the China Minsheng Banking Corporation 前民生銀行行長 and Former CEO of HSBC(China) interviewed by RTHK. Contact us at +852 3489 9246 or [email protected] to engage Mr Wang to inspire your team and clients on concrete knowledge of doing business in China.

Millionaires on the Mainland

According to an annual wealth report released on Tuesday, the mainland has 960,000 millionaires with personal wealth of 10 million yuan ($1.5 million) or more. 9582707337254404817.jpg Despite the Chinese government’s efforts to curb property speculation and control rampant housing prices, “the overall confidence of China’s millionaires in the property sector and China’s overall economy remains very high,” said Rupert Hoogewerf, chairman and chief researcher of Hurun Report. “The impact (of the tightening measures) may be on excessive new wealth creation, but I don’t think it is going to affect very much the (rich’s) appetite for luxury products,” said Hoogewerf, known in China by his Chinese name Hu Run.

How International Are You?

Thanks to Globalization, it is inevitable for us in business to deal with people from different countries, with different cultural backgrounds. … id=mail Contact us at China Speakers Agency at [email protected] or +852 3489 9246 if you would like to engage our multi-cultural experts for more in-depth knowledge or viist us for more top-notch    speakers from us .