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Whether it's interviews with modern day entrepreneurs, wizened China hands, company CEOs, lawyers, or policy wonks, China Voices brings you a wide view of doing business in China. In a country where economics is politics, China Voices speaks to the academics and policy experts who try to make sense of this emerging economy. So expect to hear from world-class thinkers at some of the best universities and research institutes, as well as Shanghai-based experts on U.S.-China relations. Thanks fo ...
 
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This episode, I discussed recent changes in China's digital healthcare industry and policies with Carrie Xiao, a Life Sciences and Healthcare Partner at Deloitte China. Carrie advises clients on digitization trends in the healthcare industry, and how companies can take advantage of new market opportunities. Carrie gives a detailed overview of the l…
 
This week AmCham Shanghai's Director of Communications Ian Driscoll served as guest host to interview Peter Alexander, founder of asset management consulting firm Z-Ben Advisors. Peter is one of Shanghai's leading voices on investment management, offering strategic advice to many of the world's largest financial services companies. Peter brought hi…
 
This episode, I spoke with Tom Miller, senior Asia analyst and senior editor at global investment research firm Gavekal. Tom is one of the foremost experts on China's Belt and Road Initiative, and we chatted about the recent evolution of the foreign policy strategy, and what he views as the misguided critique that the BRI is a form of debt trap dip…
 
This episode I spoke with Dan Wang, chief economist at Hang Seng Bank (China). Dan was previously an analyst at the Economist Intelligence Unit, and holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Washington. She is regularly quoted in publications including the Wall Street Journal, the China Economic Review, and the Financial Times. Dan and I di…
 
This episode I spoke with Dr. Jing Wang, an Assistant Professor of Interactive Media Business at NYU Shanghai, where her recent research has focused on the policy environment surrounding China's fintech platforms, and how these platforms impact corporate-government relations. We discuss China's evolving fintech policies, and how the sector has beco…
 
This week I spoke with David Yeung, co-founder and CEO of sustainability group Green Monday, maker of popular plant-based protein product OmniPork. David launched Green Monday in Hong Kong in 2012, and since then it's grown to include OmniFood products as well as the plant-based concept store Green Common, which launched its first location in Shang…
 
This episode we have a review of China's 2020 economic performance and a forecast for 2021 with Dr. Penelope Prime, founding director of the China Research Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Prime has 30 years of experience studying China's economy, with a focus on topics including foreign investment and trade, industrial progress a…
 
This episode I talked with Li Zhang, president of independent media site RADII. Li is also the 2020 AmCham Shanghai Future Leader Award winner, recognized for her work to grow RADII's reach and promote authentic storytelling in China. RADII works to share stories that often go overlooked in China, including on topics such as music, fashion, mental …
 
This week, I spoke with Kacie Miura, Assistant Professor in Political Science and International Relations at the University of San Diego, where her research focuses on the link between international and domestic politics, with a focus on China. We discuss how China and the Biden administration are preparing to work with one another, how Biden may p…
 
I spoke with conservation photographer and writer Kyle Obermann about the evolution of China's corporate environmental CSR, as well as the recent establishment of China's national park system. Kyle has photographed and reported from some of China's most fragile nature preserves, some of which are now part of the 10 pilot parks in the national park …
 
I spoke with Agatha Kratz, Associate Director at research firm Rhodium Group, where she leads research on EU-China relations. We discuss the state of EU-US relations when it comes to China, and how the two countries can more closely come together on a China strategy. While the US and EU have diverged in their approaches in recent years, Agatha outl…
 
I talked with Yide Qiao, Vice Chairman & Secretary General at the Shanghai Development Research Foundation, about how the US election could impact US-China relations. We chatted late last month about the ways that a Biden administration versus the Trump administration could affect the bilateral relationship, particularly on issues such as the use o…
 
We talked with AmCham Shanghai Director of Communications Ian Driscoll and China Management Consulting Leader Mark Gilbraith about AmCham Shanghai’s 2020 China Business Report. The report is based on the results of the Chamber’s 2020 China Business Survey, one of the longest-running surveys of US business in China. Mark, Ian and I discuss the resul…
 
This week we're discussing the recovery of China's travel industry with Albert Ng, co-founder and executive director of the travel company WildChina. We dig into how tourism companies are adapting to the currently solely domestic travel market in China, and what forms of travel consumers are looking for these days. We also discuss the new health an…
 
This week I talked with Marshall Strabala, chief architect of the Shanghai Tower and one of the world's leading designers of supertall skyscrapers. We discussed Marshall's experience designing the Shanghai Tower and which aspects of the building he was most proud to bring to life, as well as his thoughts on Shanghai's fast-changing architectural la…
 
This week I’m chatting with longtime China trade expert Lee Sands. Lee served as the US chief trade negotiator with China and Japan from 1991 to 1997 and was one of the lead negotiators on China’s entry into the World Trade Organization. Lee is also spearheading AmCham Shanghai's Hangzhou Center, where he’s working to help the center reach more bus…
 
This week we're talking with Jennifer Turner, director of the Wilson Center’s China Environment Forum, where she publishes research and creates exchanges focused on a variety of China’s energy and environmental challenges. She also serves as editor of the center's journal, the China Environment Series. Talking with us from Washington D.C., Jennifer…
 
This week we're talking with Dr. Yu Jie, senior research fellow on China in the Asia-Pacific Programme at the London-based think tank Chatham House, where her work focuses on China’s foreign policy and economic diplomacy. Yu Jie and I discuss China's economic recovery since its worst days of the COVID-19 pandemic and how the government is strategiz…
 
We’re talking with Denis Simon, Executive Vice Chancellor at US-Sino joint university Duke Kunshan University. We discuss how DKU handled China's sudden lockdown in February and the school's switch to remote learning. We also chat about how DKU is preparing for the fall semester while China's borders remain closed, stopping many students and facult…
 
This week we answered commonly asked questions about China's employment regulations with JunHe counsel Jeffrey Wilson. Jeffrey has a decade of experience at JunHe LLP, and specializes in China's employment and sports law. In our first episode co-hosted with the China Business Law Podcast, we spoke with Jeffrey about some of the key employment law i…
 
This week we're talking with Carly Ramsey, director at global risk consulting firm Control Risks. Carly leads the Shanghai office's political and regulatory risk consulting for Greater China and North Asia. Carly and I discuss the current landscape for data privacy regulations in China, and how multinationals can ensure they're compliant with local…
 
This week we're talking with Michelle Garnaut, owner of longtime Shanghai staple, M on the Bund. One of the city's most well-known restauranteurs, Michelle spoke with us from Hong Kong about how she's adapted M on the Bund for business amid the COVID-19 pandemic, including everything from cutting the restaurant's capacity in half to dropping her pr…
 
This episode we spoke with Han Lin, Senior Vice President and Deputy Manager of Wells Fargo Shanghai, about how multinational corporations in China are weathering the financial storm of the coronavirus. We discussed the strategies MNCs and their clients are using to mitigate their financial damage during the pandemic, the forms of support offered b…
 
This episode we're speaking with Ken Jarrett, senior advisor at the Albright Stonebridge Group and a former AmCham Shanghai president. We discuss the impact of the coronavirus on U.S.-China relations, including how it's affected each country's global reputation, and what the lasting damage from the pandemic could be on the bilateral relationship.…
 
This episode, I spoke with Mark Harrison, Deals Advisory Partner at KPMG China. Mark specializes in advising on investments in China, including due diligence and joint ventures. Mark and I recorded our conversation before the coronavirus pandemic, and while it’s clear that much in China and the world has changed in the weeks since Mark and I first …
 
This week I'm talking with two leaders from international learning group Education First about the effect of the coronavirus on China's education industry. Jean Liu, chief corporate affairs officer at EF, joined by phone from Shanghai, and president of adult English training Sam Cheung joined by phone from Hong Kong. The two discussed how EF made t…
 
In our first episode recorded since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, I speak with AmCham Shanghai president Ker Gibbs about how the Chamber has handled the rapidly changing situation over the past several weeks. We also discuss how our many member companies have been faring during the pandemic, and how both the Chamber and its members are …
 
In our first episode since the extended Chinese New Year, I'm talking with Jeff Lehman, Vice Chancellor of NYU Shanghai. Jeff has served as Vice Chancellor since the school's founding in 2012, and has previously served as founding dean of the Peking University School of Transnational Law, dean of the University of Michigan Law School and the eleven…
 
This week we have our second Washington, D.C. episode, this time at the Center for Strategic and International Studies with Bonnie Glaser. Bonnie is a senior adviser for Asia at CSIS and the director of the China Power Project, where her work focuses on issues related to Chinese foreign and security policy. I sat down with Bonnie at the end of 2019…
 
This week I'm talking with Andrew Polk, an economist and co-founder of Trivium China, a Beijing-based economic research and business advisory firm. We chatted during the final days of 2019, and Andrew offered his take on why China's economy slowed this past year. We also dug into how successful he believes the state's financial policies, including …
 
This week I am in Washington, D.C. at the American Enterprise Institute, talking with Derek Scissors. Derek is a resident scholar at AEI, as well as the chief economist of the China Beige Book. We discuss the recently announced U.S.-China trade deal and what he believes is next for the two countries' relationship. We also talk about the upcoming U.…
 
We're joined today by two guests: AmCham Shanghai's Education Committee Chair John Van Fleet is on as our guest host, talking with retired Boston Consulting Group management consultant Bob Ching. A Shanghai native, Bob worked as a consultant in Asia for nearly 30 years, including establishing the China office for Boston Consulting Group in 1985. Jo…
 
Martin Papp is the founder and CEO of Papp’s Tea, making it his mission to bring a new twist to China’s tea market. The Colorado native, who happily calls himself the “tea guy,” founded his Beijing-based contemporary tea brand in 2014 and now supplies tea to more than 350 locations in China, including at Shanghai spots like Wagas, Blue Frog and Ele…
 
We're joined today by Björn Conrad, CEO and co-founder of Sinolytics, a Berlin-based consultancy that assists companies in navigating China's regulatory policy environment. Björn joins us to discuss China's new Corporate Social Credit System, a national scoring system that grades companies on their financial and corporate behavior. We discuss how t…
 
We're joined today by Eve Samyuktha, a Shanghai-based business development consultant and founder of the nonprofit group Vegans of Shanghai. With the recent rollout of the new entrepreneurship visa, China is becoming even more friendly to entrepreneurs, and Eve talks with us about her journey to start her own business here. We discuss how she manag…
 
We're talking with Becky Xia, managing partner for the China practices of Fragomen, an international consultancy firm dedicated to immigration services. Becky has more than 15 years of experience in complex immigration issues, including assisting multinational corporations and employers with employment-based immigration and investor visas. Becky of…
 
We're joined by Frank Ye, strategic planning manager at SAIC's auto component holding corporation HASCO. Frank has more than 20 years of experience in the auto component sector and offers his insights into the future of China's auto industry. Amid a year of slowing sales and major tech changes, we discuss the next big trends for the world's biggest…
 
We are joined by AmCham Director of Communications Ian Driscoll and outgoing China Voices host Doug Strub, co-authors of the 2019 China Business Report, to discuss this year’s survey results. The 2019 report includes responses from 333 AmCham members on the challenges and opportunities in the China business market. Ian and Doug dig into the numbers…
 
We’re joined by Dan Rechtschaffen and Jessie Niu, manager and senior associate of AmCham Shanghai’s government relations department, and co-authors of AmCham Shanghai’s latest Viewpoint policy report on U.S. export controls. In this episode we discuss the various components of the U.S. export control regime, how these controls are impacting U.S. co…
 
We’re joined by Rob Young, a career entrepreneur who’s launched several successful businesses in China. Young got his start selling sphagnum moss to orchid growers in central Taiwan, before moving to Shanghai in the early 90s to open the first Western pub in China. More recently, Young launched China’s first foreign-owned scooter manufacturer. In t…
 
Today we’re joined by Eddie Tsai, Chief Executive Officer at Human Things, a product design and development startup. Last year, they released the Genki Bluetooth audio adapter, which became the 4th most-funded gaming hardware project on Kickstarter after raising $531 thousand dollars. In this episode we discuss Tsai’s journey of launching a success…
 
We’re joined by Jim McGregor, Chairman of APCO Worldwide’s greater China region and author of two highly regarded books, including No Ancient Wisdom, No Followers: The Challenges of Chinese Authoritarian Capitalism. McGregor has lived in China nearly 30 years, and previously worked as CEO of Dow Jones China and China Bureau Chief for the Wall Stree…
 
Today we’re joined by Fraser Howie, co-author of three books on the Chinese financial system, including the influential Red Capitalism: The Fragile Financial Foundations of China’s Extraordinary Rise. Howie has significant experience in China, and previously worked for the China International Capital Corporation – a Chinese joint-venture investment…
 
Today we’re joined by Mike Mangelson, Intellectual Property Attaché at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office of the U.S. Consulate General in Shanghai. Mangelson is just finishing a five-year post in Shanghai. Prior to joining the USPTO he spent over 20 years as an IP attorney with a focus on China. In this episode, we discuss common types of patent…
 
Today we’re joined by Daisy Guo, Co-founder and CMO of Tezign, a design and creative talent platform that provides creative marketplace and workflow solutions. Guo graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in China and then spent time curating global art events before launching her own company in 2013. In 2017, she was named among the Forbes …
 
Today we’re joined by David Hoffman, Senior Vice President – Asia, and Managing Director of the China Center for Economics and Business at the Conference Board. Hoffman has over 30 years’ experience as a resident analyst and business developer in the Greater China region. He joined the Conference Board 11 years ago, and prior to that led the Techno…
 
We’re joined by Jose Ocasio-Christian, Chief Executive Officer at Caelus Partners, and Blaine Curcio, Founder of Orbital Gateway Consulting. The Caelus Foundation is working toward a globally-aligned, jointly-developed framework for building and commercializing a “Community in Space.” Orbital Gateway Consulting is a Hong Kong-based boutique market …
 
In this episode we’re joined by Alan Beebe, president of AmCham China. Beebe has over 25 years’ experience in Asia and the United States, including 15 years in China helping clients across diverse industries develop and implement sound business, operations and technology strategies. Most recently, he has been president of AmCham China in Beijing fo…
 
In 2009 China’s State Council announced the goal of establishing Shanghai as a global financial center by 2020. As that deadline approaches, AmCham Shanghai conducted a survey of financial services members and wrote a report titled Shanghai 2020: A Financial Vision Unfulfilled. The report concludes that Shanghai has not implemented the necessary re…
 
We’re joined by Michael Pettis, professor of finance at Peking University. Pettis has also taught at Columbia University and Tsinghua University, and is an expert on China’s economy and Chinese financial markets. Prior to teaching, he worked on Wall Street in trading, capital markets, and corporate finance. In this episode, we discuss China’s GDP d…
 
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