The coronavirus crisis has hit China’s economy and its graduates face a rough time for at least a year, as they are looking for jobs now, says financial analyst Sara Hsu, a visiting scholar at Shanghai’s Fudan University to CGTN. Job creation has come to a stand-still, and graduates might rely on finding jobs at state-owned companies, the government or even the military to survive in the coming year, she says.
Third-generation social media are getting ready to emerge, and marketing specialist Arnold Ma explains how Tiktok – Douyin in China – is leading the way away from platforms to content-driven communication, he tells at the UK Advertising Exports Group (UKAEG) at Shanghai International Advertising Festival (SHIAF) July 2020. Will WeChat survive in the new digital revolution? How 5G will change the world.
Chinese companies keep on flocking to US stock markets despite the upcoming anti-China regulations and the hostile political climate between China and the US. Why? Because they need capital to finance their plans yesterday, not tomorrow, explains political economist Shirley Ze Yu at her vlog.
Shanghai-based VC William Bao Bean looks at the world after the COVID-19 recession will be gone. Fintech will go through the roof, like all things digital, home delivery, and health care applications he tells at this debate on India and China how the world will learn from China coronavirus crisis.
After a ban in India, short-video giant TikTok might be on the hit list of US Secretary of State Pompeo for a ban in the US too. Is US$100 billion unicorn Bytedance, TikTok’s Chinese mother company, meeting its Waterloo moment, wonders political economist Shirley Ze Yu at her China in 60″