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Q&A: Ingrid Yin on China’s healthcare industry and new medical technologies

Ingrid Yin is the co-founder and portfolio manager of MayTech Global Investments, a New York–based firm that specializes in…

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Q&A: Roseann Lake on China’s single women shaping the country’s economic future

Roseann Lake covers Cuba for The Economist and was previously based in China as a journalist for five years….

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Q&A: Amy Zhang on high-conviction investing and small cap equities

As the first Chinese female member of the Alger Partners Plan., Amy Zhang is known for her distinctive approach…

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Q&A: Ann Hu on being a Chinese-born filmmaker and foreign film distribution in China

Ann Hu is a Chinese-born writer, producer, and director who is known for her work on films such as…

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‘The real risk is machine + human’: Jennifer Zhu Scott on the future of AI

Jennifer Zhu Scott is the founding principal of Radian Partners, a private investment firm for family offices and UHNWIs…

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Q&A: Rebecca Fannin on China’s tech scene

After spending many years in Silicon Valley as a technology writer covering venture capital and the dot-com…

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‘A Life in a Sea of Red’: Q&A with Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Liu Heung Shing

Pictured: “Coca-Cola: Feel the taste!” A young man proffers the iconic glass bottle which symbolizes Coca-Cola around the world….

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‘The movement is clearly losing momentum’: Lu Pin on Chinese feminism

Lu Pin 吕频 is a leading feminist activist and thought leader currently based in the U.S. She has been…

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‘To be a Chinese mother, you need a strong heart’: A conversation with a young mother in China

China may have abolished its one-child policy, but motherhood remains fraught with obstacles.  

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Donna Dillenberger on blockchain technology in China

The 2008 baby formula scandal that sickened 300,000 babies and resulted in six premature deaths raised concerns about China’s…

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Yale professor Tso-Ping Ma: China lacks the right mindset and skills for semiconductor development

Full transcript: Jia: So you started teaching at Yale University in the 1970s. And now you’re a professor at…

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Are Chinese students worried about their visas in the U.S.?

A new report suggesting that Trump’s political adviser, Stephen Miller, almost convinced him to eliminate student visas for Chinese…

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Writing from In-Between: A Conversation with Yan Ge

The Ireland-based Chengdu native and award-winning author of The Chilli Bean Paste Clan shares her thoughts on…

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Kai-Fu Lee: AI is not a zero-sum game

Artificial intelligence expert Kai-Fu Lee talks about his new book AI Superpowers in New York City on October 2, 2018. Also…

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‘Go into a field with human-to-human interaction’: Kai-Fu Lee on AI, big data, and the future

This interview with Kai-Fu Lee first appeared on Young China Watchers (YCW) and is…

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