Business Now April 2015
This month, AmCham China’s flagship publication Business Now takes a look at education, and how it fits into the US-China business landscape. The cover story shows how American universities aren't just attracting Chinese students to their US campuses – they're also coming straight to the source, flying over professors for executive trainings or setting up centers that serve as educational embassies. The University of Chicago, an AmCham China member company, has one such center, and its Program Coordinator Dennell Reynolds goes into depth about the value of these international offices in the article “Universal Appeal: Academics need to stay at the forefront of any university's global presence.”
In this month’s Reform Report, AmCham China's government affairs department examines gaokao reforms, and how the move toward a more innovation-based economy depends on these fundamental changes to the national examination system.
Read on for more, such as a Q&A with The Economist Group's Qian Liu and details on how you can help make the AmCham China-100,000 Strong Foundation partnership a success.