Shanghai – ‘China’s New Normal and the Business Environment for MNCs’ with Jacob Parker, Director and Chief Representative, U.S.-China Business Council in Shanghai

Shanghai – ‘China’s New Normal and the Business Environment for MNCs’ with Jacob Parker, Director and Chief Representative, U.S.-China Business Council in Shanghai

Jacob Parker is the Director Chief Representative at the U.S.-China Business Council’s Shanghai office, where he works with members to research, analyze, and speak on topics important to their operations in China. He has worked on a variety of international

Hong Kong – ‘Long Live Revolution! As Seen In: Let The Bullets Fly’ with Dr. Kristof van den Troost, MA Deputy Programme Director for the Centre for China Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong – ‘Long Live Revolution! As Seen In: Let The Bullets Fly’ with Dr. Kristof van den Troost, MA Deputy Programme Director for the Centre for China Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Kristof van den Troost is a Lecturer and MA Deputy Programme Director for the Centre for China Studies at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). He completed an MA in Sinology at the Catholic University of Leuven, and a PhD

Singapore – ‘Is China’s Boldest Anti-corruption Campaign In Decades A Means To An End Or An End In Itself?’ with Benjamin Lim, Reuters North Asia Specialist Correspondent

Singapore – ‘Is China’s Boldest Anti-corruption Campaign In Decades A Means To An End Or An End In Itself?’ with Benjamin Lim, Reuters North Asia Specialist Correspondent

Chinese President Xi Jinping who doubles as Communist Party and military chief has vowed to go after powerful “tigers” and lowly “flies” as part of an extensive crackdown on government corruption. But is the crackdown losing steam after ensnaring Zhou