757 Third Ave.
Tech Chat: China's drone maker DJI
Gary Rieschel and Rebecca Fannin
Isaac Stone Fish
Debate: 4 authors
of China books
Cocktail & appetizer reception
on the terrace
Roundtable Discussion: US-China Tech Cold War
+ Signed Books
MIT Enterprise Forum
NYC Club Talks
Sept. 10, 18, 19, 24
NW China Council
US-China Business Council
AmCham Hong Kong
Silicon Dragon Circle
Isn't China stealing our technology?
Isn't Huawei a cybersecurity threat?
Is China now the enemy?
I'm getting these questions frequently in interviews with various media outlets as my new book launches:
These issues are in the public spotlight as China is leapfrogging the U.S. in technological capabilities. The U.S. has never had to confront a tech adversary. But now this rapid gain by China, and its clear intentions to own large chunks of tomorrow's technologies, is being recognized by the U.S. It's a wake-up call for the U.S. China has a new challenger to the U.S. for continued global dominance. A tech cold war between China and the U.S. is underway, and shows no sign of easing.
A New Era Unfolds: From Silicon Dragon
to Tech Titans of China
I'm asked this question a lot now that I'm on the book tour. And the answer is: No, my new book
If you read both, you'll know for sure!
A must read from
about the executive (
) who will succeed
's new chairman on Sept. 10, and who was mistook by an employee's parent for the janitor. "If we don't kill our existing business, someone else will. So I'd rather see our own new businesses kill our existing business," says Zhang, in a well-placed comment. In his understated way, Zhang is proving as radical as his predecessor, and is all about business performance and execution.
What China experts have to do to get on Beijing's visa 'whitelist.' Washington Post
China blocks U.S. conferencing tool
Co-founder of China cybersecurity company Qihoo says
5G telecom will introduce new bugs and security gaps as more devices are brought online.
WeChat unveils new device that allows customers to pay with their face, using facial recognition technology.
ByteDance quietly launches search engine to compete with Baidu.
And ByteDance has acquired Baike, an encyclopedic rival to Baidu.
, Sept. 10, 7am hour ET
Sept. 10, 3pm hour ET
Quest Means Business
Sept. 10, 8:30pm ET
i24 News flagship show, Clearcut with
Michelle Makori, Sept. 10, 7pm hour ET
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