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Comparison of high- and standard-quality YouTu...via Wikipedia One of our key targets at the China Speakers Bureau is getting the debate on China rolling. One reason to ask speakers for our service is because we feel they are important participants in some of the key debates on China. Is the real estate falling apart? Is the economy growing or shrinking? And what to make of the position of the different government entities in China?
Earlier in the week I announced that after some test, we would start running a set of debates, using Skype, a recording device and YouTube to share those debates with the rest of the world. The systems seem now in place and we are now signing up our speakers for the Skype-account (china-speakers-bureau). When all is well, we will set off tomorrow, otherwise earlier in the week.
I’m very eager to hear from Sam Crispin what is really going on with Vanke and the real estate in China. Or Mark Schaub on his new book. And in this week, I have seen Shaun Rein popping up at Forbes, the Wall Street Journal and some other mainstream media, where is mostly only got half a sentence.
This weblog is of course giving a nice overview of what will be happening on this new service, our speakers’ corner will do the same and at the ChinaSpeakersBureau channel at YouTube you have already a nice overview of the best clips showing our speakers.

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