C.J. Kim, founder and director of the specialized rehabilitation center DaeJeon Wellness Hospital, shared the insight he gained from CKGSB’s Korean EMBA program and how it helped him understand the business environment in China. He highlighted the benefits of CKGSB, such as establishing network with other students whom he is now setting a new business together. Based on the insight he gained from CKGSB, he plans to make the DaeJeon Wellness Hospital grow in to a prominent healthcare corporation in Asia.
A stellar line-up of experts in US-China relations, including Ambassador Stapleton Roy, the former US envoy to China; Hank Greenburg, who was instrumental in opening up the financial sector in China; and Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky, who played a central role in the negotiations for China to enter the WTO in 2001 headlined the sold-out symposium, “Understanding China Today”, which was co-hosted by CKGSB, Princeton University’s Center on Contemporary China and The Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance.
Award-winning Peking Opera star Shi Yihong – a 25th EMBA class graduate from CKGSB and the “first lady of Chinese opera” – has starred in a ground-breaking production of “Farewell My Concubine” at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
Featuring industry leaders from China and abroad, this dynamic seminar, “Selling Imported F&B in China: Where Is It Heading?”, focuses on the distribution, marketing and sales strategies of imported food and beverage products in China, representing both the traditional F&B industry and rising e-commerce F&B businesses.
China is the world’s second largest economy, a startling transformation accomplished in the span of a generation, starting from the late 1970s when it was largely a closed society.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business has just transitioned to the CFA University Affiliation Program, which grants the school affiliation with the prestigious Certified Financial Analyst Institute. As a result CKGSB MBA students now have access to exclusive CFA course materials.
China is not facing a financial crisis on the scale of 2008 and can best deal with its current predicament through growth, but faces significant threats in the form of five “gray rhinos”. That’s according to CKGSB Finance Professor Li Haitao, who was speaking at a Yale Center event in Beijing.
Latin American students who attended a 5-day seminar on ‘Doing Business with a Changing China’ praised the program in providing insights into the world’s second largest economy and how it may help their own countries as well.
Professor Ouyang Hui explains the challenges Huawei faces in its quest to conquer the US market.
In another generation, it was called a sideline. The other way to call it is a ‘second job.’
17 young alumni from CKGSB have been chosen for the 2017 30 Under 30 List, as selected by Forbes China. In total, 300 top Chinese entrepreneurs under the age of 30 were highlighted in ten categories, including technology, e-commerce, advertising, media, education, food & beverage, entertainment and sports.
The 8th Asian Leadership Conference was held on 3~4 July in Seoul to bring together global leaders to analyze and find solutions for issues in political and economic forces around the world. As the official knowledge partner of the conference, CKGSB has been providing insights for five consecutive years. Li Haitao, Assistant Dean of CKGSB MBA was invited for the panel session ‘Made in China 2025: From Follower to First Mover’ under the track ‘Focus on China’ to share his insight and opinions this year. He and economic expert gurus discussed how China is transforming to be the leading country based on strengthen new technology and entrepreneurship facing the 4th industrial revolution.