Online Celebrities Can Earn Up to Millions A Day: Momo Founder on Live Streaming
Founder of social networking mobile application Momo (陌陌), Mr Tang Yan surprised attendees of the Business China Dialogue held on 5 October, when he shared that the highest reward earned in one day by an online celebrity was RMB 9 million (S$1.6 million). Mr Tang Yan also expressed his views on the rapid growth of China’s economy over the last 30 years.
Chinese Writers Are Flooded With Too Much Absurdities: Award-winning Author Yan Lianke
Critically acclaimed Chinese author Mr Yan Lianke, winner of the prestigious Franz Kafka Prize 2014, was jointly invited by Business China and Lianhe Zaobao to speak in Singapore on the topic “Obstacles Faced by Contemporary Writers” on 22 September.
“China’s next phase of development will be different from the past…we must find new solutions as our own circumstances change so we can continue to improve Singaporeans’ lives and remain relevant to other countries, including China.”
US Needs to Change Its Perception of China: Former US Deputy Assistant Secretary
Former US Deputy Assistant Secretary Dr Evan Feigenbaum spoke at Business China Dialogue in September. Dr Feigenbaum shared his insights with Business China’s members on the topic of “US and Asia, The Path Ahead”. An experienced China-watcher, Dr Feigenbaum commented that that the US government should change their perception of China in view of the looming trade war between US and China.
Business China Launched Two New Initiatives at the FCGF® & SRBF® 2018
Business China launched two new programme — The Singapore-China Open Innovation Platform and FutureChina Regional Executive Programme — at the special edition of FutureChina Global Forum and Singapore Regional Business Forum 2018, which was held on 27 & 28 August, at Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore.
Dialogue with three serial entrepreneurs on ASEAN – China digital connectivity
On 27 July, Business China held its 10th dialogue at the Warehouse Hotel with the theme “ASEAN-China Digital Connectivity”. Three serial entrepreneurs from the technology industry – Mr Nick Yang, Mr Henry Yang, and Ms Denise Peng – shared their personal entrepreneurship experiences with 26 attendees.