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CHEN Kang

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CHEN Kang

陈抗

Director (MPAM) and Professor, Singapore Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Topic: 
What answers to the structural distortions in China’s economy and social structure 

Nick YANG

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Nick YANG

杨宁

Prominent Chinese Angel Investor, Co-founder, Kongzhong, People's Republic of China

Topic:
What next steps for China’s high-tech sector? 

Yael SMADJA

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Yael SMADJA

President, Smadja & Smadja, USA
 
Topic:
Tracking China's new consumption trends

In July 2003, Yaël Smadja opened Smadja & Smadja USA Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Smadja & Smadja in Switzerland.

Tara HIREBET

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Tara HIREBET

Head of Asia Pacific, Trendwatching.com, Singapore

Topic:

Tracking China's new consumption trends

Ms Tara Hirebet is the Head of Asia Pacific (Singapore) of trendwatching.com. Ms Hirebet holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Creative Advertising from the University of Falmouth and a Hon BA in Drama and English from the University of Toronto, Canada.

Ann LEE

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Ann LEE

李雨

Adjunct Professor of Economics and Finance, New York University, United States of America

Topic:

Will China still be the factory of the world but in a different way?

What could make China financial markets take off at long last?

Dr Ann Lee is the author of What the U.S. Can Learn from China, an award winning international bestseller, and focuses on issues of international finance, trade, China’s political economy, and US-China relations. A former investment banker and hedge fund partner, she is a frequent media commentator on economic issues.

KANG Yan

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KANG Yan

康雁

Partner & Vice President, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants Greater China, People's Republic of China
 
Topic: 
The road from "Made in China" to "Created in China"
 

Kang Yan

Partner / Vice President

Competence-focus

  • Financial Services
  • Consumer Goods and Retail
  • Real Estate and Urban Planning

Education

ZHOU Yong

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ZHOU Yong

周勇

Deputy Chief Editor, Caixin Video, People's Republic of China

Topic:

Toward a new boost to the private sector? What it could mean for China's economy?

Zhou Yong is Deputy Chief Editor of Caixin Video. Before he joined Caixin Media in 2010, he worked with SUNTV as vice president from 2008 to 2009. Prior to that, he worked with CCTV as journalist on camera of “30 Minutes’ Economy” and executive director of CCTV’s Economic Figures of the Year from 2003 to 2008. Mr. Zhou was producer of the news department of Shandong TV from 2000 to 2003.

LIM Jim Koon

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LIM Jim Koon

林任君

Editor-in-Chief, Chinese Newspapers Division, Singapore Press Holdings, Singapore

Topic:

How the media is shaping the China dream 

Lim Jim Koon, the Editor-in-Chief of Chinese Newspapers Division of Singapore Press Holdings, graduated from Nanyang University with a BA (Hons) degree in 1973. He started his journalism career in 1977 and served as  the  editor of  Lianhe Zaobao(联合早报), the leading Chinese daily in Singapore, from December 1993 to July 2011.

Warren FERNANDEZ

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Warren FERNANDEZ

华仁•费南德斯

Editor, The Straits Times, Singapore
 
Topic: 
China and ASEAN: Managing a complex relationship

Warren Fernandez is Editor of The Straits Times, Singapore's largest selling English daily newspaper.   He joined the paper in 1990 as a political reporter and rose to become News Editor. He later also served as Foreign Editor and Deputy Editor. He left to join Royal Dutch Shell in 2008 as a Global Manager for its Future Energy project, before returning to the paper in February 2012 as its editor.

LI Zengxin

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LI Zengxin

李增新

Deputy Chief, International News Desk, Caixin Media, People's Republic of China
 
Topic:
Will China still be the factory of the world, but in a different way?
 
Mr Li Zengxin is the deputy chief of international news desk of Caixin Media and deputy editor of Caixin Video. He joined Caixin Media since December 2009. He used to work as Caixin’s correspondent in Washington D.C. before he took the current position. Prior to joining Caixin, he worked with Caijing Magazine as macroeconomic reporter and Washington D.C.
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