Global Talent on the Move: How to Work and Succeed in China? with Dr. Wang Huiyao

Starts:
4:00 pm on Thursday, October 3, 2013
Ends:
6:00 pm on Thursday, October 3, 2013
Location:
College of Arts & Sciences, 725 Commonwealth Avenue, Room 213

China has unlimited demand for skilled labor and astute entrepreneurs. And the West has the luxury of experienced scientists, professionals, and businessmen. How has the globalization of talent been taken place between the West and China? What is the Chinese policy and institutional environment for such circulation of talents? What are the attractive government programs in place? What remain as major hurdles to returnees and foreigners to work in China? And how can we overcome them?

Dr. Wang Huiyao is a leading expert, a long-time practitioner, and a strong advocate for global talent, including returnee Chinese and foreigners, working in China. He is the founding director general of the Center for China and Globalization, the founding president of South China Global Talent Institute, the vice chairman of the China Western Returned Scholars Association, the largest Chinese overseas returned scholars’ organization in China. He has a work life span over both Chinese and foreign governments, multinational executive and business entrepreneurs, and academic circles within China and abroad. He is a frequent speaker to international organizations and Chinese and Western media.