Tom Carter is a Shanghai-based photographer and editor. He’s been in China since 2004 and has published two books.
Frances Fremont-Smith came to China in 1978 and became the first American to teach in northeastern China after normalization between the United States and China.
Our interview with Peter Geithner went a little long so we’ve broken it up into two parts. At the end of part one, Peter was talking about the Tiananmen Square protests
Rachel DeWoskin is a writer and professor at the University of Chicago. She has written three novels, including a memoir of her time in China, Foreign Babes in Beijing.
Peter Geithner spent 28 years with the Ford Foundation and, in addition to being the Foundation’s first representative in China, served as the Director of Asia Programs.
Chris Cooper is a partner at Deloitte & Touche and the National Leader of the U.S. Chinese Services Group. He talked with us about his journey and how China has influenced him.
Richard Robinson has founded many start-ups but is currently the President, International of Youlu. He shares his humor and experiences with us in this interview.
Alicia Noel is a business professor at China Agricultural University and an alumna of the Rutgers Executive MBA program in Beijing.
Rachel Wasser is the co-CEO of Teach for China, a nonprofit organization that aims to eliminate educational inequity.
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