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Juan Pablo Cardenal’s “China’s Silent Army” Gets Rave Reviews! (Part II)

Juan Pablo Cardenal‘s “China’s Silent Army” gets rave reviews! Below you can read an edited extract from the book in the Telegraph, reviews from the Sunday Times and the Literary Review, and a comment from the Atlantic.This is the second part of “China’s Silent Army” reviews post. The first part can be read in our previous […]

Juan Pablo Cardenal’s “China’s Silent Army” Gets Rave Reviews! (Part I)

Juan Pablo Cardenal‘s “China’s Silent Army” gets rave reviews! Below you can read a feature story in El Pais Semanal and reviews from South China Morning Post and the Economist. This is the first part of “China’s Silent Army” reviews post. The second part can be read in our next blog post… Beijing-based journalists Juan Pablo Cardenal […]

Our Hong Kong-based Speakers

We at China Speakers Agency are most proud to work with so many outstanding professional speakers based in Hong Kong. We have China experts such as Dr Willy Lam, Juan Pablo Cardenal; Asia experts Chandran Nair, Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran; renowned motivational speaker Rob Lilwall, trend speaker Emma Reynolds, and many more. Here are a few […]

Andy Xie spoke at Citywire Investment Conference on May 14

Andy Xie spoke at Citywire Investment Conference in Hong Kong on May 14, 2013. You can see the pictures from the event here… Citywire runs a global events programme for professional investors involved in fund manager selection. The aim is to link those investors to a global pool of fund management talent. So its meetings-based […]

Andy Xie’s Insights on the Gold Prices…

Andy Xie wrote an article in CaixinOnline where he shared his insights on the gold prices. Andy predicts that, despite its recent setback, gold remains a big beneficiary of the current macro environment. It could make a new high in the current year and rise much higher in 2014. The gold bull market will end when […]

LiJia Zhang: Chen Guangcheng – Banished, but Not Gone

LiJia Zhang, Beijing-based writer and the author of “Socialism Is Great! A Worker’s Memoir of the New China” published on April 29, 2013, an article in New York Times about Chen Guangcheng, the blind lawyer activist, who is in exile in the US. LiJia was worrying that Chen Guangcheng will have the same fate as many other […]

Ian Johnson Explores How the Local Chinese Live and Do Business at the Grand Canal

Ian Johnson, Pulitzer Prize winner, China journalist for the Wall Street Journal, and author of Wild Grass: Three Stories of Change in Modern China, wrote in the May issue of National Geographic about how the local Chinese live and do business at the Grand Canal. Ian Johnson first went to China in 1984 and has lived there off […]

Rob Koepp’s Betting On China Website Launched

Rob Koepp‘s Betting On China Website was launched recently and it can be found at bettingonchina.com. With Betting on China: Chinese Stocks, American Stock Markets, and the Wagers on a New Dynamic in Global Capitalism Rob provides a new perspective on how China’s economy (past, present and future) operates in real time- and how the […]

Ian Johnson – In-depth Stories of Hengdian, The World’s Largest Film Studio in China

 Ian Johnson, Pulitzer Prize winner, China journalist for the Wall Street Journal, and author of Wild Grass: Three Stories of Change in Modern China, wrote some in-depth stories of Hengdian, The World’s Largest Film Studio in China. You can read them here… Ian Johnson first went to China in 1984 and has lived there off and on for […]

Book Review on “The Decline and Fall of Europe” by Francesco Bongiovanni

The European Journal of Development Research has included in its second issue from Vol. 25 a book review on “The Decline and Fall of Europe” by Francesco Bongiovanni. The review was done by Manuel Au-Yong Oliveira and Joao Jose Pinto Ferreira from INESC TEC, Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Portugal. The positive review can […]

Rebecca Fannin: Silicon Dragon Hong Kong Forum 2013

Rebecca Fannin has organised the Silicon Dragon Hong Kong forum 2013, where a group of angel investors, venture capitalists, dealmakers and startup stakeholders debated the Asian Startup launches from Silicon Harbour. You can read about the challenges and opportunities that Hong Kong‘s startup community faces here… Rebecca Fannin Rebecca A. Fannin  范碧嘉 is author of Silicon […]

Dr Andy Xie – Housing Bubble in China

Dr Andy Xie talks in the video below about the housing bubble in China (video in Chinese). He boldly predicts that the housing prices have the possibility to fall for 50%. His analysis is based on China’s population, the money supply and the land supply… Dr Andy Xie 謝國忠 is a Shanghai-based independent economist specialising in […]

Dr Willy Lam Analyses China’s Leadership Change @ CNN

Dr Willy Lam, journalist and analyst known for his insights on China’s politics, talked at CNN about China’s incoming leaders. Please watch the video for his interesting analysis… With more than 30 years of experience in writing and researching about China, Willy Wo-Lap LAM is a recognized authority on areas including the Chinese Communist Party, […]

Geoff Raby, former Australian Ambassador to China, on promoting Australia-China business links

While Australia and China deepen strategic partnerships, many businesses in each country are only beginning to address cultural and investment misperceptions. In the video below, Geoff Raby, former Australian Ambassador to China and now a corporate adviser in Beijing, speaks at Australia Network News about Australia-China business links. Dr Geoff Raby Dr Raby was the […]

Dr Andy Xie’s Insights on the Chinese Bad Loans and China’s Economy

The claimed huge amounts of Chinese bad loans are a major threat to the Chinese economy, coupled with a new Government no longer solely focused on growth. Dr Andy Xie shared his insights on the Chinese bad loans for Australia’s ABC.  He says the Chinese Government can cover any bad loans problems, but that means […]

Dr Andy Xie’s Insights on the Japanese Bubble

Dr Andy Xie’s insights on the Japanese Bubble are mentioned in the Australian Financial Review. Andy warns monetary policy alone cannot solve Japan’s economic growth problem, and he thinks the latest round of quantitative easing by the Bank of Japan could end in chaos. In his opinion the Bank of Japan could be blowing a […]