Understanding the Rise of China…

How do we make sense of China and its phenomenal rise? To inspire you to stay ahead of the game, we search from every continent speakers who really knows China, and are thrilled to have the following top-notch speakers joining us recently:

Martin Jacques Martin Jacques
When China Rules the World

Martin Jacques is the author of the global best-seller ‘When China Rules the World: the Rise of the Middle Kingdom and the End of the Western World.’ It was first published in 2009 and has since been translated into eleven languages. The book has been shortlisted for two major literary awards. A second edition of the book will be published on 23 February. His TED talk on how to understand China has had almost 700,000 views. Martin will be in Asia in March this year. Seize the chance to engage him to inspire your audience and team in your upcoming conference.

Andy Xie

Andy Xie
Renowned Chinese Economist Who Predicted the Bubbles Accurately Every Time…

Andy Xie, renowned economist based in Shanghai, and former Morgan Stanley Chief Asia-Pacific Economist, is famous for his contrarian and provocative views.

Xie is one of the few economists who accurately predicted economic bubbles including the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis, dot-com bubble (1999) and Subprime mortgage crisis (2008). Andy will be in Hong Kong in April this year. Seize the chance to engage him for his insights on the global economic outlook and China’s role in your event.

Frank DikotterFrank Dikotter Mao’s Great Famine
Frank Dikötter is an historian and writer. His last book, Mao’s Great Famine: The History of China’s Most Devastating Catastrophe, was selected as one of the Books of the Year in 2010 by The Economist, The Independent, the Sunday Times etc . It won the 2011 Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction. He has been Chair Professor of Humanities at the University of Hong Kong since 2006.

Ian JohnsonIan Johnson
Pulitzer Prize-winning author, China Expert

Ian Johnson first went to China in 1984 and has lived there off and on for a dozen years. He was bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal, where he won a Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of China. He has also won two Overseas Press Club awards for his work on China and Asian economics. He is currently affiliated with the New York Times and working on a book about grassroots change in China.

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