CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing explains why Chinese senior executives are returning to graduate schools in an article by the New York Times. Dean Xiang also sheds light on how business education is now focusing on executives’ entire wealth equation—from why you do business to how you do business, and what to do with the money you have.

Dean Xiang Bing of CKGSB gave a speech at the 4th Asian Leadership Conference on March 27, held in Seoul, South Korea. Hosted by Chosun Media, the Asian Leadership Conference is a renowned gathering of leaders from business, government and education.

The Founding Dean of the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, XIANG Bing, will attend this year's Boao Forum and moderate a private dialogue between CEOs and the governors of several Chinese provinces.

In a lively discussion at CKGSB’s Beijing Campus, 360buy (Jing Dong) Vice President Shi Tao and CKGSB Associate Dean Teng Bingsheng discussed 360buy’s development and the company’s astounding success.

On March 27, 2013 the Founding Dean of CKGSB, Xiang Bing, spoke at the Asian Leadership Conference in Seoul, South Korea. Entitled Confucianism Will Lead China to Become the World’s #1 Nation, the speech offered Dean Xiang’s insights on China’s economic policy and a political system for development based on Confucianism and its openness.

Many brands have tried to go global. Some have been successful; a handful of others have failed. Professor Durairaj Maheswaran of New York University's Stern School of Business revealed the secrets to successful global branding on March 28, at CKGSB’s Beijing campus.

The China British Business Council Spring Conference on March 14th was a highlight of Britain’s international trade calendar.

Columbia Business School’s Dean Glenn Hubbard visited CKGSB’s Beijing campus on March 17, 2013 to discuss joint programs between the two schools. During his visit, Dean Hubbard and CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing expressed interest in collaborating on wider ranges

With 200 million households belonging to the consuming classes, China’s second to fourth tier cities are arguably the most important consumer segment in the world. But they are tight-fisted. 

The European leadership team of China's Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) was at IMD last week to finalize details of two new joint open programs between the schools.

CKGSB Dean and Professor of China Business and Globalization will be a speaker at the 4th Asian Leadership Conference, which will be held in Seoul, South Korea on March 26 and 27.

The Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), the leading independent Chinese Business School, has joined forces with the leading independent Swiss business school,

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