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Wang Haiyan

Wang Haiyan´s China India Institute is a research and advisory organization with a focus on creating winning global strategies, organizations and mindsets that leverage the transformational rise of emerging markets, foremost China and India. She has also been an Adjunct Professor of Strategy at INSEAD.

Mees, Heleen

Heleen Mees is columnist and contributing editor to Foreign Policy. She was Assistant Professor in Economics at Tilburg University and taught at NYU Wagner in 2012. She will promoted in August 2012 on the role of China in the financial crisis. She travels from New York

Becker, Jasper

Jasper Becker is one of the leading voices on China’s development, setting his reputation as an author with a monumental work “Hungry Ghosts” on China’s secret famines that changed the world’s perception on China. He worked over twenty years as a foreign correspondent in China. He travels from Beijing.

Bean, William Bao

Investment Partner at SOS Ventures and Managing Director of Chinaccelerator, the first and longest running startup accelerator program in China based out of Shanghai

Cavolo, Mario

Mario Cavolo is Vice President of Scott PR China, and explored for his book “China – the big lie” the trillions US dollars hiding among the country’s upcoming middle class, and its effect on China’s economy.

Denlinger, Paul

Paul Denlinger’s life reads like a Who Is Who of business in China. As a senior manager he worked in the past two decades both Chinese and Western companies — including Shanda, Unilever, Philips, TSMC, Acer, Walt Disney, McDonald’s, BMW and even the state-owned newswire Xinhua is on his reference list.

Wang, Tricia

Tricia Wang is a sociologist, technology researcher, and ethnographer who studies how people use digital communication technologies in cities. She investigates the impact of digital computing (mobiles and internet) on our social interaction in and with public urban space. She is passionate about demystifying the ways non-elite or edge communities (i.e. migrants, rural villagers, or informal workers) make use of digital tools in everyday life. She travels from New York, USA

Reuben F. Johnson

Reuben F. Johnson is a more than twenty-year veteran of analysing and writing about defence technology, weapon systems, procurement networks and political-military affairs in Russia/Former USSR, China, Latin America and the Middle East. He travels from Kiev, Ukraine.

Joffe, Benjamin

With years of experience behind him in the mobile industry and in Asia, Benjamin Joffe gives his insight into the differences between internet, eCommerce and social networks in the US and Asia. Benjamin also gives an interesting perspective on how QQ turned an online social network into a paying business model, and his advice to those hoping to enter the Chinese market. He travels from Beijing.

Zhang Ying

Professor on Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University.

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