China: Whatever You Guess May Be Wrong

James Mingjian Chen, visiting scholar, Stanford University and Chairman of Hollyhigh International Capital

China seems covered in smog to Americans. Why? The answers are  using American frameworks to analyze and lack of fresh personal experience . China will embrace a different political and socioeconomic system from America,, but at the same time great synergy comes from big differences.  New style of connections will occur: New Nation relationship: a “family  couple”,often disagree with each other but always need each other.New market relationship:  “Made in China” VS “Made for China”.New business relationship: – ABC  “half-blood princes” companies,  combining the technology of American side with the capital and market from Chinese part.

Wednesday, May 29, 2013 | 4:15 pm — 5:30 pm | RSVP
CISAC Central Conference Room, 2nd Floor, Encina Hall

Center for East Asian Studies