• Become a World-Class Executive, inside China and out

    CEIBS Global Executive MBA is a part-time 20-month programme with a strong focus on managerial issues, coupled with leadership development and coaching sessions. You will receive a world-class education with a unique vantage point of China's rapidly changing business and economic landscape. CEIBS Global EMBA programme is for high-potential upper-level entrepreneurs and executives, to advance their careers by deeply enriching and developing their leadership skills and analytical ability. The CEIBS GEMBA has been ranked Top 20 Globally for 7 Consecutive Years, and #13 in 2016 by the Financial Times. For more about how to register for the October 2017 class of the CEIBS Global EMBA Asia track see http://www.ceibs.edu/gemba/application

    published: 24 Feb 2017
  • Hong Kong's Chief Executive-elect Vows to Flourish Hong Kong by Healing Social Ills

    Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, Hong Kong's Chief Executive-elect, has vowed to focus on flourishing Hong Kong's development by healing its social ills. During an interview with China Global Television Network (CGTN) Friday, she said that being the chief executive should be accountable to the central government as well as to the Hong Kong people. "The chief executive has, what we call, the dual responsibility and accountability. He or she has to be accountable to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region but at the same time also accountable to the central people's government. So I see the role of the chief executive really as a very effective bridge to truly reflect the views and the sentiments of the people in Hong Kong through the central authorities and also to clearly explain the ce...

    published: 10 Apr 2017
  • China Daily Exclusive interview with Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying

    Hong Kong Cheif Executive Leung Chun-ying shares his concerns about the rise of “Hong Kong independence”, slowing upward social mobility and his chances for a second term in this China Daily exclusive video interview. Also refer to the full interview transcript here: http://www.chinadailyasia.com/focus/2016-09/20/content_15497605.html

    published: 20 Sep 2016
  • Can a US-China War Be Avoided? In-Depth Analysis

    Professor Mearsheimer: "My argument, in a nutshell, is that if China continues to grow economically over the next 30 years much the way that it has over the past 30 years, that it will translate that wealth into military might, and it will try to dominate Asia the way the United States dominates the Western Hemisphere And my argument is that this makes good strategic sense for China. Of course the United States will not allow that to happen if it can." An in-depth and riveting analysis of the dangerous situation that exists today in US-China relations, and the possibility of escalation of tensions that could lead to military conflict between the two giants. Peter Navarro is the author of "Crouching Tiger - What China's Militarism Means for the World" - This video is an interview with Pr...

    published: 07 Jan 2017
  • Who Won Hong Kong's Rigged Election? | China Uncensored

    In electing its chief executive, Hong Kong follows the same rule as Macau's casinos: the house always wins. Contribute! Join the China Uncensored 50-Cent Army! https://www.patreon.com/ChinaUncensored Subscribe for more episodes! https://www.youtube.com/NTDChinaUncensored Make sure to share with your friends! ______________________________ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChinaUncensored Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ChinaUncensored Instagram: http://instagram.com/ChinaUncensored ______________________________ MORE EPISODES: How to Win a Rigged Election in Hong Kong https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gk7fDoPxOk The 20-Year-Old Leading the Revolution in Hong Kong https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCQAeNXadCE Hong Kong Under Communist Rule in Ten Years? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQj...

    published: 31 Mar 2017
  • Executive Focus: William E. Heinecke, Chairman & CEO, Minor International

    William E. Heinecke is the Chairman & CEO of Minor International, one of the largest hospitality and leisure companies in the Asia Pacific region. He spoke with The Prospect Group about Minor's businesses, how the Chinese market is changing the landscape of the hospitality industry, and why Thailand remains an attractive investment destination. Copyright 2012 - The Prospect Group For more information, please visit: http://www.theprospectgroup.com/william-e-heinecke-chairman-ceo-minor-international-81106/

    published: 13 Dec 2012
  • China: World's Fastest Electric Car Unveiled

    The world's fastest electric car - which has a top speed of 155mph and manages 0-62mph in just 3.7 seconds - has been unveiled at the Shanghai Motor Show. The SP:01 is manufactured in America by a company called Detroit Electric, which claims to have produced the first ever electric car in Detroit back in 1907. Choosing China over Europe and the US to reveal its state-of-the-art machine is significant. The Chinese government has placed itself behind a major push to invest in electric cars across the nation. Albert Lam, the chief executive of Detroit Electric, told Sky News: "I think China has the right policy, right incentive, and the right drive from the government and China really does need some solution with their air pollution. "There will be a lot of demand for this type of vehicl...

    published: 29 Apr 2013
  • EN - ESSEC Business School - MBA in Hospitality Management IMHI - Focus on China and South East Asia

    Find the REPLAY & THE ANALYSIS by Campus-Channel for this program here: http://www.campus-channel.com/international-students/en/essec-business-school-mba-in-hospitality-management-imhi-focus-on-china-and-south-east-asia.html QUESTIONS : 01:02 The speech 03:33 Face to face 03:45 Hello, I have a 3-year bachelor in economics in 2010 and since then I’ve become an assistant manager in a two-star restaurant: would you consider my application? 07:22 When do we get to specialize? 10:45 Essec business school also has a very good reputation for its campus life: actually, what's going on? 13:00 Do we have the chance in this MBA to benefit from ESSEC network? 14:41 ESSEC business school is often compared to HEC: Do you have any true particularity? 16:06 Please describe a typical day in the l...

    published: 08 Dec 2015
  • Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’s Trap?

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    published: 23 Mar 2017
  • Stanford Seminar: How China Aims to Achieve Environmental Sustainability

    EE402A: Topics in International Technology Management How China Aims to Achieve Environmental Sustainability Speakers: James Caldwell, E3 Regenesis Solutions Macy Neshati, BYD Heavy Industries Peng Fang, GCL New Energy International Xiaofeng Zhang, US-China Green Energy Council About the Speakers: Dr. James Caldwell CEO, E3 Regenesis Solutions Director, US-China Green Energy Council (UCGEC) Dr. James Caldwell, a Director of the US-China Green Energy Council (UCGEC), Chair of its Green Building Task Force, and Editor of the Conference Programs, is bilingual in Chinese and English. He is President of E3 Regenesis Solutions, Inc., where he specializes in building green energy alliances and energy systems integration for buildings and cities. He was Senior Marketing Representative for Tian ...

    published: 05 Jan 2017
  • Rio Tinto on China's economy, iron ore

    Rio Tinto chief executive Jean-Sébastien Jacques speaks to the FT's Neil Hume about the Chinese economy and its steel industry, and the outlook for the iron ore price. ► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://on.ft.com/2eZZoLI ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes

    published: 03 Apr 2017
  • Malaysian Chinese success story

    Olivia Lum is the founder, group chief executive officer, and president of the Singapore-based Hyflux Group. She also heads the Research and Development function. Lum started corporate life as a chemist with Glaxo Pharmaceutical. After working for three years at Glaxo, she left in 1989 at the age of 28 to start up Hydrochem, the precursor to Hyflux, with just SG$20,000 of capital, which she raised by selling her condominium and car.[3] She hired three employees at the start; Lum herself rode around on a motorcycle selling her company's water filters and treatment chemicals.[4] By January 2001, Hyflux had become the first water treatment company to be listed on SESDAQ, and was upgraded to the Singapore Exchange's Mainboard in April 2003.[citation needed] By 2005, she had a net worth of ...

    published: 27 May 2011
  • Executive Champion of the Year 2016

    Executive Champion of the Year 2016 Mr John Cai, Chief Executive Officer, AIA China For his transformative role in creating a culture of leaders and encouraging a customer-centric mindset, as well as leading his company to great heights, Mr John Cai is recognised as the Executive Champion of the Year. Mr John Cai has been the CEO of AIA China since July 2009. Since then he has transformed the business into one of the most successful life insurance companies in China. He led the entire AIA China team to launch the Premier Agency Strategy in late 2010, which saw remarkable growth of the financial performance and profitable new business of the company over the past six years. In 2015 driven by product optimisation and improved agents’ activity, China became the fastest growing market for AI...

    published: 25 Jul 2016
  • Gothenburg Executive MBA - one week in Bangalore, India

    The Gothenburg Executive MBA has Nordic-Asian focus and includes two overseas modules in China and India. During the fourth term, the participants will spend one week at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB). www.handels.gu.se/emba

    published: 16 May 2014
  • Executive Focus: Dato' Adissadikin Ali, MD/CEO, EXIM Bank Malaysia

    Dato' Adissadikin Ali is the MD/CEO of EXIM Bank Malaysia, a government owned development financial institution which was established to provide credit facilities to finance and support exports and imports of goods, services and overseas projects. He spoke with The Prospect Group about the Bank's recent turnaround, fundraising and disbursal targets, and the future of Malaysian exports. Copyright 2012 - The Prospect Group For more information, please visit: http://www.theprospectgroup.com/executivefocus/profile/dato-adissadikin-ali-mdceo-exim-bank-malaysia/8820/

    published: 30 Jul 2012
  • CEIBS Global Executive MBA

    CEIBS Global Executive MBA is a part-time 20-month programme with a strong focus on managerial issues, coupled with leadership development and coaching sessions. You will receive a world-class education with a unique vantage point of bridging the rapidly changing business and economic landscape of Europe, Asia and Africa.

    published: 20 Oct 2016
Become a World-Class Executive, inside China and out

Become a World-Class Executive, inside China and out

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CEIBS Global Executive MBA is a part-time 20-month programme with a strong focus on managerial issues, coupled with leadership development and coaching sessions. You will receive a world-class education with a unique vantage point of China's rapidly changing business and economic landscape. CEIBS Global EMBA programme is for high-potential upper-level entrepreneurs and executives, to advance their careers by deeply enriching and developing their leadership skills and analytical ability. The CEIBS GEMBA has been ranked Top 20 Globally for 7 Consecutive Years, and #13 in 2016 by the Financial Times. For more about how to register for the October 2017 class of the CEIBS Global EMBA Asia track see http://www.ceibs.edu/gemba/application
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Hong Kong's Chief Executive-elect Vows to Flourish Hong Kong by Healing Social Ills

Hong Kong's Chief Executive-elect Vows to Flourish Hong Kong by Healing Social Ills

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Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, Hong Kong's Chief Executive-elect, has vowed to focus on flourishing Hong Kong's development by healing its social ills. During an interview with China Global Television Network (CGTN) Friday, she said that being the chief executive should be accountable to the central government as well as to the Hong Kong people. "The chief executive has, what we call, the dual responsibility and accountability. He or she has to be accountable to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region but at the same time also accountable to the central people's government. So I see the role of the chief executive really as a very effective bridge to truly reflect the views and the sentiments of the people in Hong Kong through the central authorities and also to clearly explain the central authorities' policies to the people of Hong Kong," she said. Regarding the universal suffrage, proposed by a co-founder of Occupy Central, Lam denied she would adopt the initiative despite vocal demands from some people. "Of course in Hong Kong there remains a very strong aspiration for universal suffrage. I think everybody wants more democracy, but it has to be in full compliance with the basic law," she said, adding she would not re-launch a political reform. She insisted that she would concentrate on tackling urgent, practical issues and give the first priority to the development of Hong Kong. "I have taken the view that in the next term of the Hong Kong SAR government when I am the chief executive, I will focus on addressing other pressing issues, that is, in terms of land supply for more housing to improve the living conditions of our people and also to grow Hong Kong's economy," she said. It is anticipated that Lam, who pledged to lead Hong Kong with a new style of governance, will play a positive role in boosting the city's economy and further uniting its divided society. Lam started her trip to Beijing Sunday to be formally appointed by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang as the fifth-term chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20170409/8047445.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
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China Daily Exclusive interview with Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying

China Daily Exclusive interview with Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying

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Hong Kong Cheif Executive Leung Chun-ying shares his concerns about the rise of “Hong Kong independence”, slowing upward social mobility and his chances for a second term in this China Daily exclusive video interview. Also refer to the full interview transcript here: http://www.chinadailyasia.com/focus/2016-09/20/content_15497605.html
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Can a US-China War Be Avoided?  In-Depth Analysis

Can a US-China War Be Avoided? In-Depth Analysis

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Professor Mearsheimer: "My argument, in a nutshell, is that if China continues to grow economically over the next 30 years much the way that it has over the past 30 years, that it will translate that wealth into military might, and it will try to dominate Asia the way the United States dominates the Western Hemisphere And my argument is that this makes good strategic sense for China. Of course the United States will not allow that to happen if it can." An in-depth and riveting analysis of the dangerous situation that exists today in US-China relations, and the possibility of escalation of tensions that could lead to military conflict between the two giants. Peter Navarro is the author of "Crouching Tiger - What China's Militarism Means for the World" - This video is an interview with Professor John Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago and author of "The tragedy of Great Power Politics". Mr. Navarro interviewed 35 specialists on China while preparing his recent book. This discussion with Professor Mearsheimer brings into sharp focus the dangers of the current and future state of relations between the US and China. In the 1990's China was weak enough for engagement, and the Clinton administration did just that. Economic and political collaboration and cooperation was the right approach. Today China is too rich and too powerful, and a strategy of containment must be pursued, says Professor Mearsheimer . Economic interdependence is no guarantee that the US and China will remain on friendly terms. Europe prior to WW1 was highly interdependent economically, with trade at all time highs, but the war still came. Germany invaded Russia in 1941 after two years of alliance and economic engagement and trade, another example that engagement is no bulwark against war. Political considerations can also trump economics, such as Taiwan declaring independence. War would break out immediately, regardless of economic concerns. Nuclear weapons are no guarantee of peace either. They can make it more likely for smaller "flash-point" wars to break out. Nucelar weapons make it virtually impossible for the US and China to fight WW3 - meaning an all out nuclear war. But a limited conventional war over Taiwan or Korea or the islands in the East and South China seas cannot be ruled out. During the Cold War the US and USSR had thousands of nuclear weapons, but maintained major conventional military capabilities and war in Europe was always a possibility. Nor will cultural considerations make war impossible Some experts think China, as a Confucian culture, will not act aggressively. Professor Mearsheimer dismisses this position by looking at China's history. Just as the US and Eurpoean powers have done throught their histories, China has often acted aggressively both politically and militarily. China, in this respect, is like everybody else. Americans think of themselves as a "benign hegemon", but the world sees the US much differently. Since the end of the Cold War in 1989, the US has fought six wars. The US has acted aggressively and is not reluctant at all to resort to force. China sees and understands this, and the recent US "pivot" to political and military attention in Asia is not lost on them. China also remembers that it was they who fought the US in the Korean war and understands the possibility of future similar actions. Professor Mearshiemer believes that a major military arms race between the US and China is inevitable. The US will focus on containment and China will respond in kind. Crises in the South and North China seas, in Korea and elsewhere could easily escalate. A conflict between Japan and China would certainly involve the US engaging as Japan's ally and a war at sea over islands or other resources is easy to imagine. China, Professor Mearsheimer says, has gone wrong by overreacting to every confrontation, scaring its neighbors and other China-watchers. Their aggressive tone ends up creating fear and it is not their best strategy. But Mearsheimer is not an advocate for intervention, as is the majority opinion in US policy think tanks. Even if China dominates Asia, he contends, it cannot threaten the US militarily. But if China does gain hegemony in Asia, as the US has in the Western Hemisphere, it could become "free to roam", as the US is today, which could lead to more local conflicts that could blossom into major wars in the US back yard.
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Who Won Hong Kong's Rigged Election? | China Uncensored

Who Won Hong Kong's Rigged Election? | China Uncensored

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In electing its chief executive, Hong Kong follows the same rule as Macau's casinos: the house always wins. Contribute! Join the China Uncensored 50-Cent Army! https://www.patreon.com/ChinaUncensored Subscribe for more episodes! https://www.youtube.com/NTDChinaUncensored Make sure to share with your friends! ______________________________ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChinaUncensored Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ChinaUncensored Instagram: http://instagram.com/ChinaUncensored ______________________________ MORE EPISODES: How to Win a Rigged Election in Hong Kong https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gk7fDoPxOk The 20-Year-Old Leading the Revolution in Hong Kong https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCQAeNXadCE Hong Kong Under Communist Rule in Ten Years? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQjgnmF47E4 The Real Reason Hong Kong Never Had Full Democracy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CR4O2bMfQv8 Macau Vs. Hong Kong: Top 5 Differences https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQk-a5ogBSg
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Executive Focus: William E. Heinecke, Chairman & CEO, Minor International

Executive Focus: William E. Heinecke, Chairman & CEO, Minor International

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William E. Heinecke is the Chairman & CEO of Minor International, one of the largest hospitality and leisure companies in the Asia Pacific region. He spoke with The Prospect Group about Minor's businesses, how the Chinese market is changing the landscape of the hospitality industry, and why Thailand remains an attractive investment destination. Copyright 2012 - The Prospect Group For more information, please visit: http://www.theprospectgroup.com/william-e-heinecke-chairman-ceo-minor-international-81106/
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China: World's Fastest Electric Car Unveiled

China: World's Fastest Electric Car Unveiled

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The world's fastest electric car - which has a top speed of 155mph and manages 0-62mph in just 3.7 seconds - has been unveiled at the Shanghai Motor Show. The SP:01 is manufactured in America by a company called Detroit Electric, which claims to have produced the first ever electric car in Detroit back in 1907. Choosing China over Europe and the US to reveal its state-of-the-art machine is significant. The Chinese government has placed itself behind a major push to invest in electric cars across the nation. Albert Lam, the chief executive of Detroit Electric, told Sky News: "I think China has the right policy, right incentive, and the right drive from the government and China really does need some solution with their air pollution. "There will be a lot of demand for this type of vehicle as well as future vehicles we are going to launch." The government's pledge to put five million electric vehicles on China's roads by 2020 has prompted a scramble by car manufactures in all sectors of the market. From Porsche to VW and Renault, manufacturers are now choosing China to unveil their latest electric or hybrid models. The Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid has been a focus for photographers and prospective customers in Shanghai all week. It has a dual-electric petrol engine; the first Porsche of its kind. In another exhibition hall, the company formally known as Rover showed off its electric offering. Rover is now owned by Chinese Auto giant SAIC. In theory, China is the perfect market for the electric car to thrive. Sixteen of the 20 most polluted cities in the world are said to be in China. This year, the air in the Chinese capital reached 40 times the safe limit. The sheer number of cars and the poor quality of fuel are significant contributors to what has become known as 'airmageddon'. The global electric car revolution has, thus far, failed to materialise. A combination of 'range-anxiety', high prices and unappealing models has discouraged the public to buy. Unimpressed by poor sales, governments have been reluctant to invest in infrastruture. A vicious cycle has formed which has been hard to break. But China could hold the key. In a suburb of the Chinese capital we found evidence of the government pledge to support the development of electric cars for the mass market. The Beijing Electric Car Company is a part-state owned car manufacturer. Their site is vast; a massive factory surrounded by car parks full of new cars, all electric. The E150-EV is the first mass-produced Chinese-made electric car. None have been sold yet because the details of the rebate customers will get for buying one have not yet been established. "At this stage, we're still in a test period," Si Hai, a director at the factory, told Sky News. "The Beijing government has been positively encouraging the industry including research. The good trend of the development is thanks to efforts by the government." There are about 1,000 electric cars running on the Beijing roads but they are public service vehicles. Several major Chinese cities operate a "licence plate lottery" in which prospective new drivers must apply for a number-plate. Only a tiny proportion of those who apply every month are successful. Under new plans, drivers applying for a number-plate for an electric car will not have to go through the lottery. They will be issued with a plate immediately. "The development of electric cars will not happen without the support of the government. I think the country has been working on the research and implementing the relevant policies. I think in the near future, our goal of getting electric cars to every household can be achieved," Mr Si said. If he is right, then simple economies of scale should push prices down and encourage further research and development. The global electric car revolution could finally get the kick-start it has waited for. JOIN VSP GROUP PARTNER PROGRAM: https://youpartnerwsp.com/ru/join?90063
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EN - ESSEC Business School - MBA in Hospitality Management IMHI - Focus on China and South East Asia

EN - ESSEC Business School - MBA in Hospitality Management IMHI - Focus on China and South East Asia

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Find the REPLAY & THE ANALYSIS by Campus-Channel for this program here: http://www.campus-channel.com/international-students/en/essec-business-school-mba-in-hospitality-management-imhi-focus-on-china-and-south-east-asia.html QUESTIONS : 01:02 The speech 03:33 Face to face 03:45 Hello, I have a 3-year bachelor in economics in 2010 and since then I’ve become an assistant manager in a two-star restaurant: would you consider my application? 07:22 When do we get to specialize? 10:45 Essec business school also has a very good reputation for its campus life: actually, what's going on? 13:00 Do we have the chance in this MBA to benefit from ESSEC network? 14:41 ESSEC business school is often compared to HEC: Do you have any true particularity? 16:06 Please describe a typical day in the life of the MBA class. classes, relationship with other students… 20:41 Hello, I live in Singapore so can I do the interview on Skype or on the phone? 24:46 Expert question 24:58 Expert question: ESSEC is mostly known for being a business school. Since when do you claim to have an expertise in the hospitality area? 28:49 What are the differences between the two tracks? 31:16 How intensive is your MBA in term of courses and work load? Limin, how was it for you? 33:57 What level of management do you require? And is it mandatory to have some experience in this field? 36:15 MBAs are aimed to people that are already working in the hospitality sector: what salary rise can we expect? 39:55 Hello, what will I learn during this MBA? I already have several years of experience in managing teams in luxury hotels so I'm wondering what new competencies I will develop that I don't already have? 43:18 Tricky question 43:25 Tricky question: This whole interview is really serious. Can we talk about something fun, please? 45:14 What does the word "hospitality" mean for you? 46:42 Hello, I saw that you have a campus in Singapore: can I do my MBA there? 48:28 Hello, I'm from China: do you have strong links with companies here? 50:57 If I choose the one-year track, do I have to spend the whole year in Cergy? 53:09 Why should I choose you instead of a MBA at Paris Business School or at “l'Ecole supérieure de Savignac”? 55:37 What's the consultancy project? Is it different from the field project? 57:14 You're mentioning various conferences on your website: what exactly are they about? 58:49 What level of English do you require? 60:17 Conclusion
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Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’s Trap?

Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’s Trap?

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Stanford Seminar: How China Aims to Achieve Environmental Sustainability

Stanford Seminar: How China Aims to Achieve Environmental Sustainability

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EE402A: Topics in International Technology Management How China Aims to Achieve Environmental Sustainability Speakers: James Caldwell, E3 Regenesis Solutions Macy Neshati, BYD Heavy Industries Peng Fang, GCL New Energy International Xiaofeng Zhang, US-China Green Energy Council About the Speakers: Dr. James Caldwell CEO, E3 Regenesis Solutions Director, US-China Green Energy Council (UCGEC) Dr. James Caldwell, a Director of the US-China Green Energy Council (UCGEC), Chair of its Green Building Task Force, and Editor of the Conference Programs, is bilingual in Chinese and English. He is President of E3 Regenesis Solutions, Inc., where he specializes in building green energy alliances and energy systems integration for buildings and cities. He was Senior Marketing Representative for Tian Ma, at International Geosystems (H.K) Ltd. and aTour Director in China for Lindblad Travel. He founded Pacific Rim Connections, Inc.(a multilingual prepress services company), was the first Editor of the Unicode Standard (ISO10646), served on the Unicode Technical Committee and later served as VP for Multilingual Computing at DAE Interactive Marketing (Ion Global, US). He worked in China for three years and in Hong Kong (1 year) during the 1980s. He often travels to China on business and worked in Beijing again in 2007-8. Dr. Caldwell is a Director of the 1990 Institute, a member of the California Biomass Collaborative, of Sustainable San Mateo County a Director of Conexions and a member of the Sustainovation steering committee. He is also a member of the Energy Voyager Corporation’s International Knowledge Trust. He has taught university courses on the Politics of Energy and the Environment, Comparative Politics and World History at SUNY Binghamton and Iona College, NY. He was post-doctoral Fellow at the U.C. Berkeley Institute of East Asian Studies and Assistant Director of the Center for East Asian Studies at Stanford University. Dr. Peng Fang President and CEO, GCL New Energy International Board of Directors, US-China Green Energy Council (UCGEC) Dr. Peng Fang is President and CEO, GCL New Energy International. with more than 20 years of executive management experience from leading global technology companies at the solar and semiconductor industries in the U.S. and China. Previously Dr. Fang was CEO of JA Solar that he built as the largest solar cell and Components Company and best financial performing company in that industry during the 2012 industry downturn. Dr. Fang was 2011 Forbes “One of World’s 7 Most Powerful People in Energy”, and 2011, 2012 China Top 10 Solar Energy Leaders. He was a member of Chinese President Hu’s delegation and spoke at the China-American Clean Energy Strategy Summit in DC, 2011.He was former president of Huahong NEC, one of the largest semiconductor foundries in China. He has also held various technology and management positions at Applied Materials and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) in the U.S. Dr. Fang received his PhD and MSEE degrees from the University of Minnesota. He was also a postdoctoral research fellow at the EECS Department of UC Berkeley. Dr. Fang was chairman of the IEEE Electron Devices Society, Santa Clara Valley Chapter. He is a Board of Directors at US-China Green Energy Council (UCGEC). Macy Neshati Vice President of Sales, BYD Motors, Inc. Mr. Macy Neshati is BYD Motors, Inc., Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. He joined BYD Motors, Inc., in 2014. Prior to joining BYD, Mr. Neshati has been involved in the heavy equipment and transit industry for 35 years. He is charged with building a sales team for BYD’s North American-built Electric Buses and Coaches. As of March 1, 2016; BYD bus fleets have completed greater than 100 million miles “in revenue service” and have been evaluated by more than 150 cities in 36 countries around the world. To date, BYD has built over 7,000 electric buses globally, making it by far the most popular electric transit vehicle company. Xiaofeng Zhang Executive Vice President, US-China Green Energy Council (UCGEC) Ms. Xiaofeng Zhang has over 30 years of experience in Smart Grid, Electricity Markets and Renewable Energy. She has worked with global leading companies, such as Marketing Director, JA Solar USA; Sr. Project Manager at Pacific Gas and Electric Company; Product Manager and China Marketing Manager at ABB Inc. Previously she worked with the Chinese Electric Power Research Institute (CEPRI) in Beijing, where her research project won a National Scientific Technology Award. She served as panelist at various Smart Grid conferences, in areas of “Distribution Volt/VAR Optimization” and “Market-Based Demand Response”. She is a co-author of the book “Electricity Market Operation System”. She holds a B.S. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering, and was a PhD Candidate at the CEPRI. Ms. Zhang is Sr. Member of IEEE. She served as Conference Organizing Chairwoman of 2016 US-China Green Energy Summit.
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Rio Tinto on China's economy, iron ore

Rio Tinto on China's economy, iron ore

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Rio Tinto chief executive Jean-Sébastien Jacques speaks to the FT's Neil Hume about the Chinese economy and its steel industry, and the outlook for the iron ore price. ► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://on.ft.com/2eZZoLI ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Malaysian Chinese success story

Malaysian Chinese success story

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Olivia Lum is the founder, group chief executive officer, and president of the Singapore-based Hyflux Group. She also heads the Research and Development function. Lum started corporate life as a chemist with Glaxo Pharmaceutical. After working for three years at Glaxo, she left in 1989 at the age of 28 to start up Hydrochem, the precursor to Hyflux, with just SG$20,000 of capital, which she raised by selling her condominium and car.[3] She hired three employees at the start; Lum herself rode around on a motorcycle selling her company's water filters and treatment chemicals.[4] By January 2001, Hyflux had become the first water treatment company to be listed on SESDAQ, and was upgraded to the Singapore Exchange's Mainboard in April 2003.[citation needed] By 2005, she had a net worth of over US$240 million, which earned her a place as the only woman on Forbes' "Southeast Asia Rich List".[5] As of 2007, Hyflux was worth SG$1 billion and employed more than 800 people.[3] Lum holds several positions in public service. She is a board member of SPRING Singapore, the National University Singapore Council, and the Singapore Exchange, as well as the president of the Singapore Water Association. She is also a member of the UNESCAP Business Advisory Council and the Singapore Green Plan 2012 coordinating committee.[citation needed] Lum was a Nominated Member of Parliament in the Parliament of Singapore from 2 July 2002 to 1 January 2005.[citation needed] In 2003, she was awarded the International Management Action Award, followed by the Global Female Invent and Innovate Award the following year.[6] On October 3]2008, Lum resigned her position as independent non-executive director of the Singapore Exchange and relinquished her position on the audit, regulatory conflicts and remuneration committees of the Exchange, according to the Exchange's filing. She stated this was due to her heavy work commitments in line with Hyflux's rapid expansion, and that her resignation would enable her to focus more time and resources on Hyflux's growth.
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Executive Champion of the Year 2016

Executive Champion of the Year 2016

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  • Updated: 25 Jul 2016
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Executive Champion of the Year 2016 Mr John Cai, Chief Executive Officer, AIA China For his transformative role in creating a culture of leaders and encouraging a customer-centric mindset, as well as leading his company to great heights, Mr John Cai is recognised as the Executive Champion of the Year. Mr John Cai has been the CEO of AIA China since July 2009. Since then he has transformed the business into one of the most successful life insurance companies in China. He led the entire AIA China team to launch the Premier Agency Strategy in late 2010, which saw remarkable growth of the financial performance and profitable new business of the company over the past six years. In 2015 driven by product optimisation and improved agents’ activity, China became the fastest growing market for AIA. He proposed that service-driven innovation will always be one of the most important strategies in AIA China. As such, the EODB (ease of doing business) programme was launched, aiming to encourage customer-centric innovation through the promotion of culture and thinking habit transformation, to achieve the transformation to customer centricity by simplifying the process, upgrading the system and enhancing efficiencies. When Mr Cai became the CEO in 2009, it was a turbulent time due to the financial crisis and the impact on the company’s previous parent company AIG. There were various issues including high turnover rates in its agency force. He set out a goal to bring the organisation together as “one” not only in terms of organisation structure, but relying more on aligning the vision, goals, strategies and a shared mind-set. He spent most of his time in his early days with AIA China to rebuild and strengthen the senior leadership team with clarity, courage and humanity. Leadership development has always been his top agenda. He personally facilitated the Organization and People review (talent management review for AIA), revamped the Top 100 leadership pipeline development program known as ALDP (Accelerated Leadership Development Program) and initiated “the real life leadership challenges: on-the-job practices and assignments” to build next level successors and future leaders. Built upon the 70:20:10 development model with a sharp focus on AIA leadership essentials and its unique organisation capabilities, managers and employees are armed and exposed to the best practices and encouraged to accelerate their learning curves and pursue their career aspiration through the “talent mobility plan”. With his innovations in creating future leaders and transforming the culture of his company into one of inclusivity and success, Mr Cai deserves the title of Executive Champion of the Year.
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Gothenburg Executive MBA - one week in Bangalore, India

Gothenburg Executive MBA - one week in Bangalore, India

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The Gothenburg Executive MBA has Nordic-Asian focus and includes two overseas modules in China and India. During the fourth term, the participants will spend one week at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB). www.handels.gu.se/emba
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Executive Focus: Dato' Adissadikin Ali, MD/CEO, EXIM Bank Malaysia

Executive Focus: Dato' Adissadikin Ali, MD/CEO, EXIM Bank Malaysia

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Dato' Adissadikin Ali is the MD/CEO of EXIM Bank Malaysia, a government owned development financial institution which was established to provide credit facilities to finance and support exports and imports of goods, services and overseas projects. He spoke with The Prospect Group about the Bank's recent turnaround, fundraising and disbursal targets, and the future of Malaysian exports. Copyright 2012 - The Prospect Group For more information, please visit: http://www.theprospectgroup.com/executivefocus/profile/dato-adissadikin-ali-mdceo-exim-bank-malaysia/8820/
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CEIBS Global Executive MBA

CEIBS Global Executive MBA

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CEIBS Global Executive MBA is a part-time 20-month programme with a strong focus on managerial issues, coupled with leadership development and coaching sessions. You will receive a world-class education with a unique vantage point of bridging the rapidly changing business and economic landscape of Europe, Asia and Africa.
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