A very positive review of The Chinese Dream: The Rise of the World’s Largest Middle Class and What It Means to You (See all International Business & Investing Books)by Helen Wang in The Internet Review of Books, by Jack Shakely.Read More →

Celebrity author Helen Wang taps into the excitement of Western companies to enter the China market. The paper JingDaily asks her wide ranging questions on her book on China’s middle class, The Chinese Dream. Focus on health care and education, she advises foreign companies.Read More →

Kaiser Kuo “No comment.” Few of our speakers have been quoted so often by the mainstream media saying nothing. Kaiser Kuo easily made it into the top-position of most-sought speakers for April as he was – and still is – unable to say anything about a possible cooperation between hisRead More →

Helen Wang Increased domestic consumption and sustainable growth are key in the country’s new five-year plan. But can it deliver on two critical issues, beating inflation and affordable housing, author Helen Wang wonders in Forbes and on her weblog. Reigning in inflation and providing affordable housing are important steps toRead More →

Helen Wang by Fantake via Flickr Helen Wang, author of The Chinese Dream: The Rise of the World’s Largest Middle Class and What It Means to You, will address on April 4 the INSEAD Alumni Association of Northern Californa in Palo Alto about the challenges and opportunities of a rising ChineseRead More →

Helen Wang Helen Wang publishes a chapter from her book on de hardship of migrant workers in China’s big cities. And how they plan to pull themselves out of this misery, keeping faith in the future. “Is that what you plan to do—become a manager?” I asked. “Maybe,” he said.Read More →

Helen Wang via Flickr Helen Wang answers questions from ATimes, on the day of the official launch of her book The Chinese Dream: The Rise of the World’s Largest Middle Class and What It Means to You. How do young Chinese look at the US? Twenty years ago, when I firstRead More →

Helen Wang by Fantake via Flickr How nationalistic are the Chinese, Helen Wang wonders in Forbes. Americans often see China as the next big enemy, but are still treated and even admired by many Chinese. How does that work? Helen Wang: Americans are highly respected in China. Jim Chapman, anRead More →

Helen Wang by Fantake via Flickr In her newly released book The Chinese Dream: The Rise of the World’s Largest Middle Class and What It Means to You, Helen Wang gives names and faces to the hundreds of millions Chinese who have been shaking off poverty in the past decades.Read More →