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Dr Willy Lam’s Insights on China and Hong Kong Politics (Late Dec 2012)

Dr Willy Lam, 林和立, expert on Chinese politics,  shared his insights on China and Hong Kong politics: The ABC of China politics in 2012 China Daily-2012年12月24日 “In a sense, 2012 will go down as the Bo Xilai year,” said Hong Kong-based analyst Willy Lam. Bo’s trial – for involvement in murder, corruption … Thousands protest against Hong Kong leader Radio […]

Zhang Lijia Interviewed About China’s Incoming First Lady

Zhang Lijia ,  motivational speaker from China and author of “Socialism is Great”, was interviewed by The National on China’s incoming first lady, Ms Peng Liyuan, Chinese new leader, Xi Jinping’s wife: “It goes right back to the Empress Dowager (who ran China for the last 47 years of the Ching Dynasty), people think that if […]

Michael Anti’s Insights on the Chinese Society

Michael Anti (Zhao Jing), a key figure in China’s new journalism, shares his insights on the China society today – about Deng Xiaoping’s role, morality and also the impact of the Internet…. The Resurgent Elite Legitimized Deng’s Government There Was No Morality After 1989 The Internet Facilitates Social Mobility Michael Anti Michael Anti (Zhao Jing), […]

Martin Jacques – The West has a lot to learn from China

Martin Jacques, author of best-seller “When China Rules The World” opines that The West, instead of just criticises China for it’s lack of democracy, they also has a lot to learn from the country, particularly, it’s “state competency”… Here come’s Martin’s recent speech: Martin Jacques Martin Jacques is the author of the global best-seller ‘When China Rules the World: the Rise […]

Ian Johnson: Professionals Leave China in Record Numbers…

 Ian Johnson, Pulitzer Prize winner, China journalist for the Wall Street Journal, and author of Wild Grass: Three Stories of Change in Modern China, observes that professionals are leaving China in record numbers as they are wary of the future… Here is extract of Ian’s article at New York Times: Few emigrants from China cite politics, but […]

Dr Willy Lam’s Insights on Recent China Political Events – Media Summary Mid Nov 2012

Expert on Chinese politics, Willy Lam, 林和立’s insights on China’s recent political events – including China’s reforms, Party Congress and more: Ideology, vested interests: Why China’s reforms have hit brick wall CNN – ‎Nov 12, 2012‎ Editor’s note: Willy Lam is Adjunct Professor of History at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Senior Fellow with the Jamestown Foundation in […]

Ian Johnson on Xi JinPing & China

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ian Johnson appeared alongside Harvard University professor Rod MacFarquhar and Asia Society’s Orville Schell for a discussion entitled “How Stable is China?” at At Asia Society in New York. While discussing China’s upcoming leadership change, the topic of conversation naturally turned to Xi Jinping, the presumptive heir to Hu Jintao‘s role as leader of the country. Johnson, now a Beijing-based correspondent […]

Martin Jacques’ Recent Comments on China

Recent comments from Martin Jacques, author of best-seller “When China Rules The World”  on China’s 18th Party Congress, and more… Martin Jacques successfully trolls numerous China watchers Shanghaiist-7 Nov, 2012 But is a candidate voted for by millions a more legitimate choice than one anointed by a select few, asks Martin Jacques. This is a profoundly … Understanding Contemporary China BBC […]

Dr Willy Lam TV Interview on the China Party Congress

Dr Willy Lam was interviewed by RTHK The Pulse program on the China Party Congress that has just closed last week. Willy opined that the congress has been frustrating for the more liberating forces are not getting power.  Here is the link to the full interview:  http://programme.rthk.hk/rthk/tv/programme.php?name=tv%2Fthepulse&d=2012-11-16&m=episode With more than 30 years of experience in […]

Dr Willy Lam’s Insights on China’s 18th Party Congress (Part II)

Dr Willy Lam, 林和立, expert on Chinese politics,  shared his insights on China’s 18th Party Congress: Ideology, vested interests: Why China’s reforms have hit brick wall CNN – ‎Nov 12, 2012‎ Editor’s note: Willy Lam is Adjunct Professor of History at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Senior Fellow with the Jamestown Foundation in Washington D.C. He is also a […]

Dr Goeff Raby Interviewed on the 18th China Party Congress

Dr Geoff Raby, Former Australia Ambassador to China, was interviewed by ABC news on his insights  on the 18th China Party Congress and the China Leadership Transition.  ABC Interview video link: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-11-09/former-ambassador-says-congress-highlights/4362104 Dr Raby was the Australian Ambassador to China from February 2007 to August 2011 and Deputy Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) from November […]

The China 18th Party Congress – How to Interpret?

China is going to open the 18th Party Congress, announcing the new slate of leaders for the coming decade headed.  What would be the impact on it’s policies?  Would there be a new direction?  Our China expert speakers are ready to share their insights with your audience: Willy Lam China Politics & Foreign Policy Expert Andy Xie […]

Ten Infographics About China

Here come ten useful and informative infographic about China…   Source: thomascrampton.com via ChinaSpeakersAgency on Pinterest Source: paidcontent.org via ChinaSpeakersAgency on Pinterest Source: thenextweb.com via ChinaSpeakersAgency on Pinterest Source: dailyinfographic.com via ChinaSpeakersAgency on Pinterest Source: jingdaily.com via ChinaSpeakersAgency on Pinterest Source: them.pro via ChinaSpeakersAgency on Pinterest Source: mapsofworld.com via ChinaSpeakersAgency on Pinterest Source: hightable.com via […]

Andy Xie: China will become a democracy in my lifetime

Andy Xie, our renowned Chinese economist was optimistic that China will become a democracy in his lifetime… Here is his Interview:     Andy talks about stability, inequality in income, politics, democracy… Contact us today to engage Andy to share his insights at your next conference.

Ian Johnson: How Stable is China?

How Stable is China? In the wake of the Bo Xilai scandal, Ian Johnson, Roderick MacFarquhar and Orville Schell assess China’s recent political upheavals and its upcoming change of leadership in the following discussion at the Asia Society. Ian Johnson Ian Johnson first went to China in 1984 and has lived there off and on for a dozen years. He […]

Dr Willy Lam’s Insights on Recent China Political Events – Interview Summary from Sep 2012

  Realities debunk CCP reform rumors Asia Times Online  By Willy Lam Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping’s “reappearance” last Saturday after an absence of two weeks signaled that preparations for … Ex-Police Chief Gets 15 Years in China Voice of America– Willy Lam, a China scholar, says one of the most remarkable things about the account of the trial is […]