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What Today's Cross Strait Leaders Can Learn From Sun Yat-Sen
Wang Zhongfang shares his views on cross straits relations and discusses whether Sun Yat-Sen's Three Principles of the People have been forgotten on both sides.
Seymour and Audrey Topping recall their impressions of Zhou En-Lai and compare his vision to the reality of modern China.
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Tse-Kang Leng Possible Scenarios for the Future of Cross Strait Relations
Tse-Kang Leng - National Chengchi University, Professor of Political Science
After sixty years of cold (and sometimes hot) war in the Taiwan Strait, the world is witnessing a rapprochement that is taking hold in every societal sphere.  Professor Leng shares his thoughts on trends and issues that may become focal points...
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C. Y. Huang - Taiwan Mergers and Acquisitions and Private Equity Council, Chairman
C.Y. Huang argues that the two-way economic benefits for Taiwan and China will not be fully realized if the Taiwan government continues to restrict China-sourced investment into Taiwan, especially in high-tech "tomorrow industries."  PRC...

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Wang Wei Wang Wei on the China M&A Association
Wang Wei - China Merger and Acquisition Group, Chairman
China is the largest M&A market in Asia.  The China M&A Association provides the research, experience and the guanxi necessary to help deals move forward.  With clubs in five cities...
Wang Wei The Honeymoon is Over: Death of the Coke-Huiyuan Deal
Wang Wei - China Merger and Acquisition Group, Chairman
For decades international investors have grown their businesses in China both organically and by mergers and acquisitions.  In 2009, Coca-Cola and Huiyuan, China’s largest juice company, agreed...
Michael Kurtz China Macroeconomic Trends
Michael Kurtz - Macquarie Securities, Head of China Research
As available capital and labor pools shrink in China, local and foreign companies will be forced to transition from labor-intensive to value-added industries to sustain growth. Michael Kurtz...

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