- Jason is a China-based strategy consultant and professional speaker with ten years of experience in Asia, and has been in China since 2004.
From living and working in the Bubble Economy years in Japan, the Dot-Com boom and bust in the US, to China’s rise in the 2000s, Jason has sought out life in some of the most exciting economic environments in the world. He is currently living in Shanghai as a business advisor, professional speaker, and entrepreneur.
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- Many of our readers are interested in setting up a business in China. Whether that is part of a global firm's strategy to enter the Chinese market or part of an entrepreneur's ambitions, China presents great opportunities and great challenges: China has something... read more
- Over the Chinese New Year, I noted an article about Haibao, the aquatically-ambiguous official mascot of the Shanghai World Expo 2010. The article, titled "Haibao Idea Born in a Cafe," has the best explanation yet of how Haibao's design was conceived. According... read more
- Photo Credit: Wang Zhi "It is estimated that nearly 60 million children are left behind in rural hometowns while one or both parents work in manufacturing or city jobs. " ~ from Chapter 6 of China’s Economic Supertrends by Jason Inch read more