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Suzanne Scoggins Hong Kong’s Protest Tradition [Part 2]

As student protesters in Hong Kong dig in their heels, China watchers are trying to make sense of the events over the past few weeks. One thing is certain: the days when locals joked that Hong Kongers cared only for money are gone. A political protest tradition is now alive … More >

Suzanne Scoggins Governments and Umbrellas in Hong Kong [Part 1]

The recent protests in Hong Kong have created a public relations landmine for government officials. Though the name of the protests keeps shifting – Occupy Central, the Umbrella Movement, the Umbrella Revolution – the events on the ground have left leaders scrambling to contain the protesters and prevent a further escalation of events.

Falling … More >

Catherine Wolfram Will smog in China spur climate solutions?

I have read a number of news stories about air pollution in the major Chinese cities recently. A soupy smog of particulates, ozone, sulfur and nitrogen oxides hangs over Beijing, Tianjin and other northern cities. The concentration of particulate matter (PM2.5) in Beijing recently registered at 501 μg/m3, more than 15 … More >

David Zilberman On life economics and the environment in China

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of participating in the second Chinese Environmental Economics workshop in Shanghai. Professor Jinhua Zhao of Michigan State and Shanghai University, one of the best PhD students I have ever advised, organized the workshop in Shanghai.

The conference facilities were modern and impressive and most … More >

Ikhlaq Sidhu The path from executive education to corporate innovation

I’m on my way back from Shanghai after being invited to work with a group of Chinese executives on their product innovation and intrapreneurship strategies, using aspects of my newly developed model for professional/executive education. It’s really an exciting model, that I used with Coca-Cola on their beverage strategy in … More >

Steve Blank China startups — the Gold Rush and fire extinguishers

I just spent a few weeks in Japan and China on a book tour for the Japanese and Chinese versions of the Startup Owners Manual.  In these series of 5 posts, I thought I’d share what I learned in China. All the usual caveats apply. I was only in China for a week so … More >

Steve Blank Zhongguancun in Beijing – China’s Silicon Valley

I just spent a few weeks in Japan and China on a book tour for the Japanese andChinese versions of the Startup Owners Manual.  In these series of 5 posts, I thought I’d share what I learned in China. All the usual caveats apply. I was only in China for a week so … More >

Steve Blank The rise of Chinese venture capital (part 3 of 5)

I just spent a few weeks in Japan and China on a book tour for the Japanese andChinese versions of the Startup Owners Manual.  In this series of 5 posts, I thought I’d share what I learned in China. All the usual caveats apply. I was only in China for a week so … More >

Steve Blank China’s Torch Program: The glow that can light the world (part 2 of 5)

I just spent a few weeks in Japan and China on a book tour for the Japanese andChinese versions of the Startup Owners Manual. In these series of 5 posts, I thought I’d share what I learned in China. All the usual caveats apply. I was only in China for a week … More >

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