Category Archives: books

Is the Chinese dream also the American dream? – Helen Wang

Helen Wang by Fantake via Flickr Helen Wang, author of The Chinese Dream: The Rise of the World’s Largest Middle Class and What It Means to You, will address on…

Explaining China ‘inside out’; – book review

Bill Dodson Explaining China to an outside audience will never be very easy, but most (book) authors fall at least in one of two major pitfalls. First, their writings are…

Explaining the Chinese dream – Helen Wang

Helen Wang via Flickr Celebrity author Helen Wang of The Chinese Dream: The Rise of the World’s Largest Middle Class and What It Means to You tells Forbes’ Beijing chief Edy…

From Journalism to Self-Publishing Books – Nieman Reports

John Harvard, founder via Wikipedia The book publishing service of the China Speakers Bureau made it into the prestigious Nieman Reports of Harvard University. So earlier this year we at…

China’s nationalism – Helen H. Wang

Helen Wang by Fantake via Flickr How nationalistic are the Chinese, Helen Wang wonders in Forbes. Americans often see China as the next big enemy, but are still treated and…

My quest for personal and political freedom – Zhang Lijia

Zhang Lijia by Fantake via Flickr Celebrity author Zhang Lijia tells in Expressbuzz.com how her now famous book “Socialism is great” came into being. She was still a factory girl…

Most-sought speakers for July 2010

Warren Liu     via Flickr Major changes this month in our line-up for the top-10 most-sought speakers in July 2010, actually half of them is new. Highest newcomer of this…

Lee, Michael Justin

Professor Lee is the author of the best-seller The Chinese Way to Wealth and Prosperity: 8 Timeless Strategies for Achieving Financial Success. Firmly rooted in both the Chinese and American culture, he is an ideal bridge between both. He travels from Maryland, USA.

Brennan, Matthew

Tencent Expert, Speaker, Author, Host, Co-Founder of China Channel

travels from Shanghai, China

Schaub, Mark

Mark Schaub a partner at King & Wood and Mallesons, the largest law firm in China and Australia combined. He is a prolific speaker who wastes no time in avoiding the real challenges in doing business in China.

As a lawyer he had extensive experience in negotiating deals, firing people and otherwise dealing with the ignorance of companies entering the Chinese business minefield. He travels from Shanghai