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Insights on the Rise of China

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Charles Hampden-Turner is going to share his observations and thoughts about Chinese economic development and its cultural roots and adaptations. He believes the Chinese progresses can be recognised as the triumph of stakeholder capitalism and the joining of the cultural contexts of East and West. So, we need pay more attentions to the emerging phenomenon.

“Charles has presented eight times about the similar topic at the Said School to the China Construction Bank and on six occasions scored 5 out of 5. He will show original data on the rise of China and the values behind it. This includes the Taoism of Yin Yang, and the ‘mirror-image hypothesis’ whereby each culture reverses the preferences of the other and the capacity to switch between cultural contexts is the key. Also crucial is the return of the Chinese Diaspora, even in 1979 the third largest economy in the world when added together. These compatriots brought Western concepts with them.”

This talk is part of the Manufacturing Research Forum series.

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