Category Archives: Hong Kong

A bold move by Tencent’s Pony Ma – Andy Mok

Tencent’s CEO Pony Ma is not very well known for his media appearances. So, when he joined the discussion about Hong Kong’s future, it took political analysts like Andy Mok by surprise, he tells Bloomberg.

Didi needs to go international – Shaun Rein

After beating Uber, Didi Chuxing is now preparing to go international. And they have to, says business analyst Shaun Rein to Digital Trends, because at home they face growing governmental limits in expanding their business.

Jason Ma discusses Chinese diaspora on 9th World Chinese Economic Summit

Renowned speaker Jason Ma will join two sessions of the 9th World Chinese Economic Summit on 13 and 14 November at the Shangri-La in Hong Kong. He will discuss entrepreneurship and the global Chinese diaspora. The meeting will focus on “Managing Global Uncertainty: Exploring New Opportunities”, and will host a range of famous participants, including politicians and business leaders.

One-Belt, One-Road: all roads lead to China

One of the major global initiatives by China was the One-Belt, One-Road (OBOR),reviving the old silk roads. And while it is an open platform, major trade partners of China are currently not part of the initiative, including Australia, the UK and the US. Major disputes, like the Ausgrid, Brexit and Hickley cases, might only add to the worries countries should have when looking at their relation with China, without being part of OBOR.

China’s search for global power – Howard French

Howard French, author of Everything Under the Heavens: How the Past Helps Shape China’s Push for Global Power explains at the Pulitzer Center how China is searching for power at an international stage, and how the global power might change its relationship with Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Tom Doctoroff joins Prophet

Tom Doctoroff has been appointed as senior partner at Prophet, a global brand and marketing consultancy, the company announced.

Previously he was for more than two decades working for JWT in China, lastly as its APAC CEO.

One-child policy helped female billionaires – Rupert Hoogewerf

China is leading the ranks of female billionaires. Rupert Hoogewerf, chief researcher of the Hurun China Rich List gives a few reasons why women are doing better on his list. One of them is the one-child policy, he tells Caixin.

E-publishers better than print for authors – Shaun Rein

Online reading is developing fast into a major industry in China and China Reading of Tencent is heading for a huge IPO in Hong Kong later this year. For authors, e-publishing has major advantages compared to print publishing, says bestseller author Shaun Rein to Knowledge CKGSB.

Tom Manning joins China Speakers Bureau

The China Speakers Bureau is happy to announce Tom Manning has agreed to join its service. Tom Manning is currently lecturer at the University of Chicago Law School, and has been serving for two decades as a CEO for a wide range of Chinese companies.

Disappearance of Xiao Jianhua: a show of power – Victor Shih

The still unresolved disappearance of billionaire Xiao Jianhua from Hong Kong has sent shivers among the financial elite. Right-fully so, says political analyst Victor Shih to Today. China´s central government wants to show who is in charge.