Source: www.cctv.com 2015-6-18
Gao Feng’s CEO Dr. Edward Tse was invited to appear on CCTV World Insight program on June 18 to discuss Hong Kong’s political reform. Click here to view the video: http://goo.gl/Vp75Sj Continue reading
Source: Gao Feng Advisory Company 2015-6-30
Authored by : Edward Tse, Paul Pan
By now everyone has heard of China’s “New Normal”. It refers to a slowdown of China’s economic growth rate from double digits, which had lasted for over two decades, to somewhere around 7% as demonstrated in the past couple of years. The media has been talking about this phenomenon, stating that the “golden age” for multinational companies (MNCs) in China is over. Moreover, business intelligence surveys by foreign chambers of commerce in China, including both the American and the European Union, continue to report discomfort of MNCs in China in their perception of “China problems” such as lack of access, unfair competition, lack of intellectual property rights protection, corruption, and others. Continue reading
Source: David Pilling | FT.com June 24, 2015
Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent are three internet groups that have turned much of China upside down here is an overarching force in China with tentacles reaching deep into almost everybody’s life. That force is not the Communist party, whose influence in people’s day-to-day affairs — though all too real — has waned and can appear almost invisible to those who do not seek to buck the system.
The more disruptive force to be reckoned with these days is epitomised by the three large internet groups: Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent, collectively known as BAT, which have turned much of China upside down in just a few short years. Take the example of Ant Financial. Continue reading
Source: Gao Feng Advisory Company 2015-6-25
Gao Feng’s CEO Dr. Edward Tse gave a presentation to students at Shanghai National Accounting Institute yesterday on topic of ‘Chinese Enterprise “Past”,”Present” and “Future”‘. He was also appointed as an Adjunct Professor by the institute.
Published: Jun 20th 2015 Source: www.economist.com
Gao Feng’s CEO Dr. Edward Tse was quoted in an recent article on The Economist featuring the chairman of Legend Holdings, Mr. Liu Chuanzhi.
THREE years ago one of the many companies started by Liu Chuanzhi, the chairman of Legend Holdings, held its annual meeting in a city in the Chinese interior. As is usual, the conglomerate invited various officials to the opening banquet. But when people went to pay their respects to the most important figures in the room, it was Mr Liu, rather than the local Communist Party chief, who had the biggest queue of people wanting to speak to him. Continue reading