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Dr. Dambisa Moyo: Foreign Aid into the African Continent is Bad for the Countries

Why China can pull billions of people out of poverty but African countries stay poor despite all the foreign aids? Dr Dambisa Moyo shared her research and insights in an interview done by Allan Gregg. In the past fifty years, more than $1 trillion in development-related aid has been transferred from rich countries to Africa. .. read more

23
Apr
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Li Cunxin’s Touching Story at BBC

Success never comes easily. Here is the touching story of Li Cunxin, Mao’s Last Dancer, presented by the BBC… They put us through this really vigorous, sometimes cruel audition process where they tested your flexibility, measured your proportions and tested your intelligence to see if you were a fast learner. They checked back through three .. read more

Peggy Liu on China’s Pollution @TED 2014

“Pollution crosses borders. China’s problem is everyone’s problem,” says Peggy Liu at TED 2014. Liu says that China actually has six advantages that could help it become a green economy faster than any other in the world. China has centralized control. This means that the nation can make large-scale infrastructure changes quickly. For example, China created .. read more

27
Mar
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Morry Morgan: China, Re-think

Chinese companies are expanding globally. Large firms like ZTE and Huawei have already made their mark, but not in a positive way. Instead they are proving that there is no ‘Chinese way’ and ‘Western way’, but a global ‘Best Practice’. Check out Morry Morgan‘s insights on Why China needs to rethink its modern ‘Journey to .. read more

Morry Morgan: Know your Audience, or Kill Them

Don’t kill your audience! Your audience is more important than your topic. Morry Morgan, author of ‘Selling Big to China’, tells a story of a government official who completely forgot about his audience. Morry Morgan Australian born Morry Morgan moved to Shanghai in 2001, and has been running his training business in China ever since. .. read more

Dambisa Moyo on China’s Race for Resources

Dambisa Moyo, author of “Winner Take All”, discussed on MSNBC’s Morning Joe the impact that China’s commodity demands will have on the world. Dambisa Moyo Dr. Dambisa Moyo is a renowned economist who analyzes the global macro-economy. She was born and raised in Lusaka, Zambia. Dr. Moyo has an established international reputation as a thought .. read more

Morry Morgan: The 5 Difficult People in Your Presentation

Morry Morgan‘s recent post “The 5 difficult people in your presentation ” at Linkedin has close to 80,000 views and 7,000 share and still counting. What should you do if you bump into the Self Promoter, the Critic, the Bombardier? Here are Morry’s insights… YOUR LAST PRESENTATION WOULD HAVE BEEN A RAGING SUCCESS. The introduction .. read more

Li Cunxin – A Truly Inspiring Person!

Li Cunxin has been named as Queensland’s Australian of the Year 2014 and here is a short video of him. Li Cunxin Li Cunxin’s journey is simply remarkable. He was born into utter poverty in Mao’s communist China. At a very young age he was selected to train in Madame Mao’s Beijing Dance Academy. The .. read more

Mike Walsh in Asia in March

Great news! Leading futurist Mike Walsh will be in Asia in March and he will be available for speaking engagements. Mike Walsh Mike Walsh, futurist speaker, author of Futuretainment and CEO of innovation research agency Tomorrow, helps to prepare business leaders for what’s next. Everything is changing. All the traditional industries we grew up with .. read more

06
Feb
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Andy Xie’s Prediction of 2014 Global Economy

Andy Xie‘s prediction of 2014 global economy in CaixinOnline: Breaking Out Is Hard The world’s major economies understand the structural changes they need to make to ensure growth, but it’s easier to wait for someone else to act first The global economy is unlikely to accelerate in 2014. The hope that the U.S. economy is .. read more