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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.
Professor Richard Hardiman discusses major institutional and policy changes necessary for China to solve its water management problems.
Mei Yan tells the story of the deal that broke open the Chinese market to foreign media.
Michael Chinoy reveals the hoops reporters past and present must jump through to bring China news to global attention.

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Mao Yushi  Fighting Poverty from the Trenches: Micro Finance in China
Mao Yushi - Unirule Institute of Economics, President
China’s economic boom has raised hundreds of millions of people out of poverty. In rural areas, widespread poverty remains a challenge. Fuping Development Institute began operations in 1993 with a RMB 500 budget, and since then, has become a major...
Hladin Social Entrepreneurship in China: Main Trends and Startup Advice
Mihela Hladin & Chris Pothaar - Greennovate, Founders
Mihela and Chris discuss current and future social entrepreneurship trends in China. Much like the development of internet usage in China, concepts like sustainable development and social entrepreneurship were relatively unknown 5 years ago, but...
holly Front Line NGOs in China: Challenges and Success Stories
Holly Chang - Golden Bridges, Founder and CEO
Golden Bridges is dedicated to building sustainable capacity of China’s NGO sector. The society’s needs are not always fully addressed by the government nor the private sector so the “civil society” requires people and community based efforts to...

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William Mobley Going West: How to Succeed in China's Inland Cities
William Mobley - Mobley Group Pacific & WGP Investment, Chairman and CEO
Dr. Mobley talks about challenges and opportunities presented by second and third-tier cities in central and western China. He shares insight on key issues for companies doing business in these...
david chard Crisis Response Best Practices
David Chard - Engaging Minds, President
Companies spend vast sums to cultivate the kind of image that will help them become more profitable, but when a crisis hits, all that investment in public trust could be replaced by skepticism, as...
Kevyn Kennedy To Catch a Counterfeiter: Best Practices and Challenges
Kevyn Kennedy - CBI Consulting, General Manager
Legitimate owners of intellectual property lose billions of dollars annually to Chinese counterfeiters.  This reduces investment of capital, technology, innovation and know-how, and increases...

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