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Edith Yeung: Difficult times are often the best ones for early-stage private markets

Edith Yeung

Edith Yeung, general partner at Race Capital, an early-stage Silicon Valley venture capital fund, said the most volatile, difficult times are often the best ones for early-stage private markets. Here are some highlights from the article citing her interview: She cited as an example the 2008 financial crisis, which produced many “unicorns” during the tough […]

Ashley Galina Dudarenok: Tencent Ecosystem Opportunities Post Coronavirus

Ashley Galina Dudarenok

China marketing expert, Ashley Galina Dudarenok spoke with Markus Kuhlo from Tencent about opportunities after coronavirus. Some of the pressing questions they discussed are: How’s Tencent going global with its cloud services? Is Europe ready for the New Retail? How does it really feel working for one of China’s largest tech giants? Watch Digital China […]

Arnold Ma: A Glimpse of the Future from China: Next Gen Social Media

Arnold Ma

Qumin founder Arnold Ma shares insights on the next generation of social media at the Europe Influencer Summit. Social OS, social commerce, live streaming, short-form videos, AI-powered social feeds and search. It’s time to get to grips with the everyday features that Chinese youths cannot live without, features China social commerce expert Arnold Ma likes […]

Arnold Ma: Opportunities in China after COVID-19

Arnold Ma

China marketing expert, Arnold Ma, and his team at Qumin has recently published a research paper on Opportunities in China after COVID-19, examining how 10 industries are recovering from the pandemic and their future prospects. The full report can be found at Arnold’s linked in page here: Due to high demand and a positive response, […]

Ashley Galina Dudarenok on Bloomberg – How Coronavirus Impacts China’s Ecommerce

Ashley Galina Dudarenok

Ashley Galina Dudarenok was interviewed by Bloomberg on how coronavirus is impacting China’s e-commerce. Are the Chinese citizens spending money after the lockdown? Is there really “revenge spending” as retailers hoped? Which e-commerce platforms in China are winning the game? Ashley shares her observations in the interview. Ashley Galina Dudarenok is a China marketing expert with […]

Peggy Liu shares her insights on how travel would be affected by COVID-19

Peggy Liu

Peggy Liu, Chairperson of JUCCCE, shares her insights on how travel would be affected by COVID-19. Mass tourism will not pick up again until vaccines are widely available, which she estimates will take at least 2 years. That is a virtual travel barrier that will deter anyone from doing leisure travel, or roundtrip business travel. […]

Arnold Ma: China economy picking up again after the Coronavirus crisis

Arnold Ma

China has been hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak. The whole country was locked down for a few weeks since late Jan 2020. With the virus under control, China gradually relaxed the lockdown measures and the citizens are going back to work and going out to shop again. According to Arnold Ma, as of 21 […]

Michele Wucker: How Hard Will COVID-19 Slam the Global Economy?

Michele Wucker

Michele Wucker, author of Gray Rhino, shared her insights on the impact of COVID-19 on the Global Economy in her recent article published on Linkedin. So far, estimates of the hit that Chinese economic growth will take range from 0.2 to 0.8 percent, depending on whether the outbreak slows as spring arrives and temperatures increase, […]

Niall Ferguson on China-US relationships

Niall Ferguson

For the past two years, China and the United States have locked horns in a trade war that has inevitably buffeted the world’s economy.   Historian Niall Ferguson shared his insights on China-US relationships in a recent interview conducted in Hong Kong. Niall Ferguson teaches history and business at Harvard, Stanford and Oxford universities. His theories […]

Edith Yeung:China’s virtual currency may be rolled out within a year

Edith Yeung

In a recent media interview with CNBC, Edith Yeung of Proof of Capital opined that China’s virtual currency may be rolled out within a year. In the video below, she says the Chinese government has been “really thoughtful” about the digital currency electronic payment framework and its rollout. Read more about it here. Edith Yeung is a […]

China and a India Experts Prof Anil Gupta and Haiyan Wang Ranked 25 in Recent Thinkers 50 Ranking

Prof Anil Gupta and Haiyan Wang

We are so proud to share that Prof Anil Gupta and Haiyan Wang ranked 25th in the recent Thinkers50 list! Based in London, Thinkers50 is the world’s most reliable resource for identifying, ranking, and sharing the leading management ideas of our age. Their ambition is to provide innovative access to ideas with the power to make the […]

Edith Yeung: China could launch its own digital currency in months

Edith Yeung

Edith Yeung opined that China could launch its own digital currency in the next 6-12 months, at the recent CNBC East Tech West Conference held in Guangzhou, China. The Chinese government has been researching and studying the possibility of launching its own digital currency in recent years and has identified entities for a potential roll-out, […]

Peggy Liu: China’s Contribution to the Green World

Peggy Liu

Peggy Liu, Joint US China Collaboration on Clean Energy (JUCCCE) Chairperson, shared her insights on how China was contributing to the green world, in a recent media interview. The progress China is making is a surprise to many! Peggy Liu is Chairperson of JUCCCE, a non-profit organization creating a livable China. As one of the leaders in […]

Dr Andy Xie shared his insights on how Hong Kong can restore peace

Dr Andy Xie

Renowned economist Dr Andy Xie shared vital insights on restoring peace in Hong Kong, in his recent opinion piece for South China Morning Post. Dr Xie believes that to be able “to restore peace to Hong Kong, big businesses, developers, homeowners and the tax man must all accept the pain of drastic economic reform.”  High […]

Chris Skinner: Why Chinese Techfin is the Exception and not the Rule

Chris Skinner

Digital banking is growing rapidly in China, and more advance than in most countries. Fintech expert, Chris Skinner, noted that the Chinese government’s policy was one of the major reason for the exceptional growth. … most countries have forced regulations on any banking activity to be offered only by fully licensed banks or by firms […]

Matthew Brennan on Mobile Payment in China

Matthew Brennan

Matthew Brennan, China WeChat expert, recently shared his insights on the mobile payment development in China Mobile Payment in China, also his prediction of China2020: 5G, Gaming, VR and AR. Watch the video below to learn more: Matthew Brennan 马修 is a well-known speaker and writer about WeChat. His opinions regarding WeChat and the China digital ecosystem are […]