Category Archives: Media Headliner of the Week

Albert Shu, Managing Director of Weber Shandwick in Hong Kong

Weber Shandwick is one of the world’s leading global public relations firms with a core of 84 owned offices in 40 countries and affiliates that expand the network to more than 132 offices in 82 countries.  The company has a … Continue reading

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James Heimowitz – President of Hill & Knowlton in North Asia

James B. Heimowitz is President and CEO of Hill & Knowlton in North Asia. Hill & Knowlton ranks seventh globally according to the 2010 report by Holmes and is among the five most successful PR companies in China. James is … Continue reading

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Tom Doctoroff- An Astute Observer of China

Tom Doctoroff is the CEO of J. Walter Thompson (JWT), the fourth biggest advertising agency around the world, in Greater China. Recognized as one of the leading experts within the advertising industry, Tom has transformed JWT China into the most … Continue reading

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TB Song–Chairman of Ogilvy & Mather Greater China

TB Song, serving as the Chairman of Ogilvy & Mather and Chairman of WPP in Greater China has been working at Ogilvy since 1985. His team successfully helped multi-national brands fit into the Chinese market, and helped domestic brands establish … Continue reading

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Edelman China President Mark Hass’ untraditional path to the top

If Edelman China President Mark Hass had one piece of advice to give to young college students of today, he would say ” to be open to the unexpected, and …[to be] alert to opportunity and happiness, even if they … Continue reading

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Fight for Justice: China’s Most Conscientious Journalist Wang Keqin

“If the newspaper is too clear, the society will be too dirty.” ——Wang Keqin, chief reporter with China Economics Times The infamous “hit-and-run” case finally had a verdict with Li gang’s son sentenced in jail for six years. As the … Continue reading

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PROFILE: Keith Bradsher, New York Times Hong Kong bureau chief

Keith Bradsher has been the New York Times Hong Kong bureau chief since 2002.  Prior to Hong Kong, Bradsher worked for the Times as Detroit bureau chief, Washington correspondent, and New York correspondent. Bradsher was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize … Continue reading

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Rob Gifford’s Big Week

It was a big week for Rob Gifford, NPR’s China correspondent, as he helped listeners make sense of the complexities of President Hu’s visit to the U.S. This past week, Gifford filed two stories for NPR, which is on par … Continue reading

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Edward Wong – New York Times Foreign Correspondent

As the economic model for journalism continues to transform, Edward Wong’s success with the New York Times serves as a constant reminder that there is no substitute for good reporting. An American born, award winning journalist, Wong currently reports from … Continue reading

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Reginald Chua, Editor-in-Chief of the South China Morning Post

Reginald Chua is a journalist that’s has worked through all different mediums including print, online, radio and television. A native Singaporean, he received both Master’s and Bachelor’s in the United States. He graduated with a M.A. in Journalism from the … Continue reading

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