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The 2016 China Outlook – A View from Top Chinese Journalists

Date and Time: Wednesday, January 27, 6:00PM-7:30PM
6:00PM: Registration and Reception
6:30PM: Remarks and Q&A
Location: China Institute, 100 Washington Street(enter @ 40 Rector),New York, NY 10006
Event fees: FREE for CI member and $10 for non-member

Many big news stories came from China in 2015, from its stock market volatility and anti-corruption campaign, to growing environmental concerns and the launch of the AIIB. What will be the top headlines coming out of China in 2016? Please join us on January 27th to hear from leading Chinese reporters on their insights and observations for what will make news this year in China. This informative panel discussion should be of interest to anyone looking to identify new developments in China for 2016.

Moderator:
James Heimowitz – President of China Institute

Panelists:
Yuqing Feng 冯郁青 – Chief New York Correspond for China Business News 第一财经
Yuhan Liu 刘禹含- Contributing Reporter for New York Times, Founder & CEO of HAN Media
Jackie Pang 庞哲- Senior Financial News Correspondent and Producer at Hong Kong Phoenix Satellite TV New York Bureau香港凤凰卫视
Ye Xie 谢晔 – Reporter at Large for Emerging Markets at Bloomberg News

Yuqing Feng serves as Chief New York Correspond for China Business News (CBN) in the past decade. During her tenure, Yuqing interviewed Warren Buffet, President Clinton, Zbigniew Brzeziński and many other world economic and political leaders. Yuqing also organized and moderated in CBN New York forum with distinguished speakers every year since 2009. Yuqing is currently also the Publisher of Listenwallstreet.com, a fast growing financial news content provider. Yuqing joined in China Business News in 2004 and started covering and analyzing news on Wall Street, American economy and international business. Prior to joining China Business News, Yuqing worked at China Central TV as a producer and had been in TV industry for four years. Yuqing graduated from Columbia University and got her MA in International Affairs.

 

Yuhan Liu is most known for her major contribution to the New York Times’ “unvarnished” series: the Price of Nice Nails– a 13-month investigation into the nail salon industry and exposed abusive practices in it. Besides drawing tremendous attention from hundreds of media around the globe, the reporting led to New York Governor Cuomo’s signing Bill of Rights into law to protect immigrant workers. Previously, Yuhan worked for New York Observer and China Daily as a reporter, editor and video producer; now she runs HAN Media, a communications firm located in Times Square. She used to contribute content to The Real Deal and China Press, and still writes for Juwai.com and Meixin Finance.

 

Jackie Pang is among the most-known journalists of Chinese descent in New York. Since 2001, Jackie has been working for Hong Kong Phoenix Satellite TV New York Bureau as Senior Financial News correspondent, Producer and Host for the weekly special: A Passage to and . In Early 2000, Jackie co-founded Wall Street Multimedia, Inc. (WSM), an independent media company. Until today, WSM remains a very professional financial news multimedia financial news content provider.

 

Ye Xie writes about economies, currencies and bonds in developing countries for Bloomberg News in New York. He joined Bloomberg in 2006 as a currency reporter before transferring to the emerging-market team in 2010. Between 2000 and 2005, he worked at China Daily in Beijing, covering the energy industry. Ye won the second-prize of China’s National News Award in 2003 for his coverage of the country’s plan for strategic oil reserves. Ye has a master’s degree in journalism from Ohio University and a bachelor’s degree in international business communications from Nanjing University in China.

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