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#COVID-19 #Globalization and humanity

#COVID-19 #Globalization and humanity

COVID-19, a virus that started landing in Wuhan, China in November 2019 and was officially declared as an epidemic by the Chinese authority in late January 2020, has quickly developed into a pandemic in 65 countries, with more than 97, 750 people infected, and more than 3340 death by 5 March 2020. With cities and […]

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#COVID19 and herd immunity? The war between humanity and the virus

#COVID19 and herd immunity? The war between humanity and the virus

On 16 March, 53 days after COVID-19 landed in Europe, two European countries, the UK and the Netherlands, announced their policy to deal with Covid 19: Herd immunization is their mantra, writes Dr. Ying Zhang, professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, [email protected]  According to the definition of clinical infectious diseases, herd immunity is […]

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#G20 and USA-China Relationship

#G20 and USA-China Relationship

Ying ZhangFollow ErasmusRSM Associate Dean |Top 40 Professor under 40|TEDxSpeaker|Entrepreneur | Top30ThinkerunderRadar | TaiChier At the Xi-Trump meeting in G20, Osaka (29 June), Japan became the focus of the world, affecting both the global political and business circles. The a-year-long Sino-US trade negotiation has not only cast a “white horror” on Sino-US trade and the world […]

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Where should the #Dutch go with their new policy towards #China?

Where should the #Dutch go with their new policy towards #China?

Recently, the world has become more heated. The Sino-US trade war is at a peak, and the parties in the South China Sea began military exercises. For the EU, these days are not calm, similar to China and the United States with their own internal and external troubles – writes Ying Zhang, Erasmus Rotterdam School […]

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Let’s stay in faith to create a shared future in a fractured world – My experience #WEF 2018 @Davos-Klosters

Let’s stay in faith to create a shared future in a fractured world – My experience #WEF 2018 @Davos-Klosters

Following my lecture at MiP on the theme of “China and the World”, the week after, as my second time, I joined World Economic Forum at DAVOS (from Jan. 23 to Jan. 26). This year’s gathering was a bit different, simply put: divergently but also convergently. – writes Prof  Ying Zhang, Vice Dean and Professor @ Rotterdam […]

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The East and The West — Cooperation via Belt-Road-Initiative #OBORI

The East and The West — Cooperation via Belt-Road-Initiative #OBORI

China owns the Belt Road Initiative, or the world owns it? Cooperation comes with collective vision and effort. It does not only from friends, but also from “rivals”. In a Chinese saying, there is no forever friends, also no forever enemies/rivals. Aiming for the joint prosperity and just keeping working on it does matter. – writes Dr […]

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East must help West understand #OBOR

East must help West understand #OBOR

On the occasion to celebrate and reflect the lessons learned and experiences made since the return of HK to China 20 years ago, there was plenty of discussion of past events, current trends and foresight on how to prepare for the future. Much was said in particular about the evolving international relationships between the East […]

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