Proud to have started and continue to support the Chang-Lan Fellowships at Carleton College, set up in the memory of my Chinese grandparents.
“Amid the pandemic, polarization, people living in their own social media echo chambers, and the deteriorating US-China relationship, we need fellowships and initiatives that create dialog and understanding, now more than ever.”
With the European football (soccer) leagues getting into full swing, you’ll notice a dramatic about face in China’s brash activity of the past years buying up European clubs and players for insane sums of money.
What does this mean? Will China ever reach their goal of winning a World Cup by 2050?
It’s time the West gets a much deeper understanding of China. Here’s my list of 5 engaging summer reads to get you up to speed, be you a newbie or still trying to figure things out. Be ready for a lifetime of inescapable engagement with China.
Two Silicon Valley executives have a friendly bet on when a commercially available autonomous car will transport them within Las Vegas, with no intervention from a human driver. The more bullish one has placed his bet on May 27, 2024.
A driverless future will happen sooner than 2024, and it won’t happen first in the US, Europe or Japan.
It will happen first in [read the article, published in Forbes, HERE]
China now has the money, an educated and ambitious workforce, a can-do spirit, impressive companies, and a dogged spirit to achieve that will carry it far. Next time someone tells you China doesn’t innovate, suggest that they to take a closer look.
Read my full article, published today in Forbes: HERE.