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Parag Khanna: The future is Asian. Chinese Version Launch, Beijing

On this podcast,Parag Khanna, best selling author of six books and one of the leading thought leaders on the topics of international trade, communications, urban development, discusses the Belt and Road initiative, China’s and Asia’s role in the future. Parag’s unique insights on the intersection of culture, technology, infrastructure, cities and geography make this podcast one not to be missed!

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Anastasya Raditya Ležaić: A Bridge Project in Croatia Can Change China-EU Cooperation on Infrastructure

On this podcast, Anastasya Raditya-Ležaić shares a unique perspective of Croatia, which has intensified its relationship with China only in 2016. She also discusses the development of the Pelješac Bridge project, which is the first tender for a project funded through EU funds that has been won by a Chinese company.

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Jacob Tomas (谭亚幸): Why Chinese Companies Need To Engage Local Communities To Succeed Abroad

On this podcast, Jacob Tomas (谭亚幸) discusses the issue of sustainability of Chinese projects abroad and shares his unique perspective on how the new technologies play a role in that process. He also talks about the difference in the approach that Western and Chinese companies have towards sustainable development.

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Stephen Nagy: China and Japan Plan Joint Projects in BRI Countries

On this podcast, Stephen Nagy a distinguished fellow of Asia Pacific Foundation (APF) and a long-term resident in Japan discusses the Japanese point of view on the Belt and Road Initiative. As a long-term resident in Japan and a China expert, Stephen provides a perspective of a highly informed scholar not constrained by complexities of Sino-Japanese relations.

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Jia Yu: Personal Journey of a Chinese Investor and Advisor in Africa

On this podcast, Jia Yu discusses what she learned as part of a team doing large scale investing in Africa from both a business and personal perspective. The colorful examples she discusses on the podcast highlight the importance of cultural understanding and the need for building the “soft” human infrastructure as well as the “hard” infrastructure components such as mining facilities, power generation plants and industrial parks.

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