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Forget "The Great Firewall of China," please

Kaiser Kuo Kaiser Kuo’s plea to foreign correspondents attending the Beijing Olympics to forget the cliches about China, made it today to Reuters. “I think the highest blood boiler for…

Time to stop criticising China – we’ve already come so far

Zhang Lijia Author Zhang Lijia remembers her youth and tells the world it is about time to stop criticising China, in Comments are for free of The Guardian. She documents…

Telling the world how the internet is changing China – Kaiser Kuo

Kaiser Kuo China and the internet are hitting the international agenda yet again as the Beijing Olympics draw near. That is a good moment to listen to our own internet…

When three speakers disagree and all make sense

Johnny L. Chan Alright, this could have happened everyday. Here in the radio program Marketplace, three of our prominent speakers at The China Speakers Bureau explain US companies what problems…

Explaning why the Olympic ads do not work – Shaun Rein

Shaun Rein In another powerful argument Shaun Rein explains to Bloomberg why Olympic sponsoring is not helping the advertisers much in China this year. “Eighty percent of the Chinese does…

Advertisers use athlete’s parents for Olympic dreams

Tom Doctoroff Olympic advertising touched on specific Chinese sentiments, by using Chinese athletes’ parents to get their message out, writes the Wall Street Journal, quoting JWT‘s Tom Doctoroff: “The parents…

On the Olympics and our X-mas presents – Paul French

Paul French The production of Christmas presents is getting under heavy pressure because of the restrictions on visas for China, tells China-guru Paul French the Guardian. Because buyers, inspectors and…

Barbara Krug, RSM, joins CSB

Barbara Krug Barbara Krug, professor at RSM – The Erasmus University of Rotterdam, the leading business school in the Netherlands, has joined the China Speakers Bureau as a speaker. Ms…

Added: ‘governance’ category

Image via Wikipedia One of our best visited section on this website is the ‘category’ section, where we try to define what sections our speakers belong to. We get some…

Explaining the Chinese internet – Sam Flemming

Sam Flemming China just passed the 253 million internet users at the end of June, making it into the largest online audience in the world. Sam Flemming of CIC explains…

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