What is China Business Knowledge?
China Business Knowledge is the knowledge platform of CUHK Business School which aims to make accessible our top-notch research, insights and commentaries to the academic, business and student communities, as well as the general public.
Through articles based on research from China and the rest of the world, as well as insights from experts and our alumni, the platform offers in-depth knowledge and practical tips about doing business in the real world.
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Managing Editor, China Business Knowledge, CUHK Business School
Senior Writer, China Business Knowledge, CUHK Business School
Editorial Advisory Board
Prof. Zhang Tiangyu
Professor, School of Accountancy; Director, Center for Institutions and Governance
Prof. David Ahlstrom
Professor, Department of Management
Prof. Daphne Yiu
Professor & Chairperson, Department of Management
Mr. Simon Lee
Senior Lecturer, School of Accountancy; Co-Director, International Business and Chinese Enterprise Program
Mr. K.C. Chan
Alumni, EMBA Class of 2001; CEO, Hong Kong Association of Cultural Industries
Ms. Crystal Chan
Alumni, BBA, Class of 2010; Director & Wine Educator, Pink Pink Wine