Nina Xiang speaks at the 4th annual, completely online Tech & Innovation Summit organized by the American Chamber of Commerce. It centers around the theme, “Creating business value in the China ecosystem”.
In 2021, technology is dramatically widening profitability and performance gaps between companies across the competitive landscape. Today’s tech-driven business strategies increasingly call for an end-to-end ecosystem strategy, but this is challenging both globally and in the evolving China market.
The AmCham China Quarterly spoke to Nina Xiang, author of “China: US-China Tech War: What Chinese Tech History Reveals About Future Tech Rivalry”, about the current US-China tech environment, the history of how we got to this point, and what happens next.
You can read the article here: https://www.amchamchina.org/past-is-prologue-evaluating-the-us-china-tech-war-through-the-lens-of-time/
CGTN’s Gerald Tan speaks with Nina Xiang, founder of China Money Network and the author of “Red A-I: Victories and Warnings from China’s Rise in Artifical Intelligence,” about what new Chinese laws designed to protect personal information mean for consumers and technology companies.
CGTN’s Mike Walter speaks with Nina Xiang, the founder of the China Money Network and author of “Red AI: Victories and Warnings From China’s Rise In Artificial Intelligence,” about the 2021 World Artificial Intelligence Conference that has begun in Shanghai.
Nina Xiang commented on Didi’s app being suspended by China’s Cyberspace Administration on July 4. She talked about the timing of it being right after Didi’s low key IPO on the NYSE, how is it different from other recent regulatory actions against other Chinese tech firms, and what does it mean for China tech going forward.
Nina Xiang speaks at ExaForum 2021, hosted by ExaWizards Inc., a company that develops AI-enabled services to solve social issues (Headquarters: Minato-ku, Tokyo; President & CEO: Ko Ishiyama; hereafter, “ExaWizards”) on Tuesday, 18th to Wednesday, 19th May 2021.
Nina Xiang participated MSCI’s “Capturing China’s growth through thematic investing” webinar in April 2021.
The Chinese government has laid out its 14th Five-Year Plan focused on key mega-trends driving domestic growth. Through a thematic approach, investors can capture opportunities created by macroeconomic, technological and demographic trends that are both structural and transformative in nature.
MSCI’s China Thematic Indexes capture these trends through four key megatrend categories: Technological Innovation, the Environment and Resources, Health and Healthcare, and Society and Lifestyle.
Nina Xiang shared her insights on disruptive tech in China, and how it represents significant growth potential for investors.