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Innovation in Reverse (moderated by Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran)

Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran, China business and finance editor for The Economist, moderated The Economist’s Ideas Economy: Innovation 2012 event in Berkeley, California, where Vijay Govindarajan, of Dartmouth College, and Beth Comstock, of GE, shared their insights on innovation in reverse, when the locus of innovation shifts to the developing world. Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran Vijay V. […]

Frank Richter – Why the US should grant Edward Snowden amnesty

Frank-Jurgen Richter wrote an article in Business Times about the whistleblower Edward Snowden. Full article below (also in pdf). Why the US should grant Edward Snowden amnesty By Frank-Jürgen Richter Business Times, December 31, 2013 As we say goodbye to 2013 and look forward to all that is to come in the New Year, I […]

Peggy Liu: If You Want to Change the World, Partner with China

Peggy Liu wrote a guest blog post on Harvard Business Review Blog Network on China’s city innovations and the partnership opportunities for the Western NGOs, governments, and businesses that wish to change the world… China has packed the equivalent of 200 years of industrialization in America into just two decades. A population of two million […]

Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran on Innovation

Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran shared his insights on innovation at The Economist’s Look Ahead Breakfast Briefing: Executing Innovation. Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran is an award-winning senior correspondent for the Economist.  He joined the editorial staff in 1992 as its London-based Latin America correspondent, and opened the magazine’s first regional bureau in Mexico City. From 1998 to 2006, […]

Willy Lam’s Comments on The Confrontation Over Air Zones

China expert Dr Willy Lam has recently shared his insights in Nikkei Asian Review on the confrontation over air zones between China and Japan.      Compared with his predecessors, Xi is also much more adept at stoking the flames of nationalism to shore up Communist Party legitimacy. The Xi leadership is of course aware […]

Andy Xie: Withdrawal of Stimulus Could Well Cause a Fresh Crisis

Chinese Economist Andy Xie wrote an article in CaixinOnline about the effects of stimulus withdrawal in economy. Andy warns that withdrawal of stimulus could well cause a fresh crisis. China and the United States, the primary sources of economic stimulus since 2008, will begin to unwind their stimulus in 2014. The Fed’s announcement of its […]

Adventure Speaker Rob Lilwall Exploring China, by Foot…

Via a wintery China, Adventure Speaker Rob Lilwall and cameraman Leon McCarron walked 3,000 miles from Mongolia to Hong Kong. Here’s some of the crazy experiences they had along the way. Rob Lilwall Rob Lilwall is a British-born, Hong Kong-based TV adventurer, writer and motivational speaker. His two most epic expeditions, the three-year, 50,000-kilometer Cycling […]

Dr Anil Gupta @ Thinkers50

Dr. Anil Gupta was named one of Thinkers 50 – World’s Most Influential Living Management Thinkers! In this video, Anil shares his big idea for Thinkers50. He discusses how technology and globalization are reshaping the world’s economy, and what it means for you as an individual, and what it means for large corporations from Bangalore […]

Peggy Liu: China on Going Green

Peggy Liu talks about China’s “Going Green” journey at the 2013 SLOW LIFE Symposium, in Soneva Kiri, Thailand. Peggy Liu Peggy Liu, Chairperson of JUCCCE, is internationally recognized for her expertise on China’s sustainability landscape and for fostering international collaboration with China. JUCCCE is a non-profit organization dedicated to accelerating the greening of China, because […]

Speakers Based in Shanghai

Looking for great Shanghai speakers for your upcoming event? We, China Speakers Agency, are the speakers bureau to help you out… Dr Andy Xie – renowned Chinese economist Peggy Liu – China today / Sustainability Morry Morgan – China Strategy Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran – Need, Speed and Greed Contact China Speakers Agency at [email protected]

Frank Richter Opines that We Should be More Optimistic Despite the Chaos

Dr Frank Richter opines that we should be more optimistic despite all the chaos. Below is his recent article in Khaleej Times explaining why: May we be more optimistic! Tit-for-tat actions have not created solutions for centuries By Frank-Jürgen Richter Khaleej Times, November 25, 2013 Two years ago, writing in these columns, I was mildly […]

Ann Lee’s Keynote on China @the Pace CI’s 4th Anniversary Celebration

Ann Lee talked on May 2013 at the Pace CI’s 4th Anniversary Celebration about the spirit of Confucius and how understanding the East more can promote more co-operation between countries, and people. Ann Lee Book author, a former investment banker and hedge fund partner, Ann Lee is a frequent media commentator on economic issues, finance […]

Rob Lilwall’s “Walking Home from Mongolia” – #4 bestseller on Amazon UK

Rob Lilwall‘s “Walking Home from Mongolia” book already a #4 bestseller for Travel Writing on Amazon UK! And here is The Metro’s review: […] an engrossing window into the nascent colossus that is China. Lilwall and his cameraman journey through the country’s hidden crevices, from devastated coal country and fume-choked mountain tunnels to mushrooming super […]

Martin Jacques: The UK in a China-centric World…

In the first Imperial Business Insights lecture of 2013-14 from Imperial College Business School best-selling author and China expert Martin Jacques explores whether the West can adapt to a China-centric world. Martin Jacques Martin Jacques is the author of the global best-seller “When China Rules the World: the End of the Western World and the […]

Joe Zhang on China’s Microfinance and Risk Management

Joe Zhang was interviewed by PlaNet Finance on his views of microfinance and its regulation in China… Liberalization of interest rates: PlaNet Finance: In your book “Inside China’s Shadow Banking: The Next Subprime Crisis”, you single out the government imposed deposit interest rate cap as the trigger for the next subprime crisis, because depositors are […]

Rob Lilwall Interviewed by BBC for his “Walking Home from Mongolia” Expedition

Rob Lilwall, Asia’s leading adventure speaker, was interviewed by BBC for his “Walking Home from Mongolia” expedition. Rob tells about his 5,000 kilometre journey on foot from the Gobi Desert in Mongolia to Hong Kong. You can listen to the interview here… Rob Lilwall Rob Lilwall is a British-born, Hong Kong-based TV adventurer, writer and motivational […]