isabella@UNacknowledgedgiant.com recalls : By 1975, The Economist's Norman Macrae (aka grandad)) had started spending the rerst of his life mediating systems 3 exponentially greatest opportunities and risks to sustainability of youth of milennium 3
China as number 1 collaboration nation in sustainability goals
open learning education as the only economic way ahead to spending 4000 times more on global village connectivity of telecoms and computer networks, how broken currency and other macroeconomic patches of war torn 20th C were to be seen when analysed back from the future of a borderless planet of social world trade.. norman;s best under 25s friends : ISA Amy ,,,
when western macroeconomists, educators and journalisst of globalisation completely misvalue hi-trust media and action learning from the goals of sustainability millennials, info technology spins unnecessary confusion among chinese leaders and global village youth - do you know of any links to mediating this right old muddle and exponentially multiplying risk to all our childrens futures
. mobile 240 316 8157 isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com unimaryland.com what if maryland students celebrated china 2030now sustainability leader
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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

leaders of china internet include

jack ma alibaba
Long Ying Tu board member alibaba
Niu Gensheng, AliBaba
Okada Satoshi alibaba
Tsai Chung alibaba
Tsou Kai-Lien -alibaba
Tsuei Tien Yuan alibaba

WEI Zhe alibaba
WU WEi Ali Baba
Xie Shi Huang Ali Baba

Wang Yan Sina
Wang Zhiding Sina
Zhou Hongwei 3721 keyword search

Zhanag Chaoyang Sohu (veteran expat MIT) hero WEF
Shao Yipo ceo eachnet ebay partner china before entry tom.com
Wang Leilei Group president tom.com
Li Yanhong, baidu china's google style company

Son Masayoshi, Soiftbank Japan leading investor in tech including both yahoo and alibaba

Ma Huateng, Tengxun

Li Yanhing Youcheng

chen tianqiao shanda  -shanghai billionnaire gaming

ding lei netease once richest man - gaming

jiang, nanchun focus media gaming

yang jerry and filo, david founders yahoo

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

July 27, 2015
PUBLISHED BY DAVID TALBOT
SOURCE MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Will a surge in distance learning for traditional subjects, test prep, language, and trade skills leave the poorest out?
China knows a thing or two about distance learning. For two decades, the country’s education ministry has used the television airwaves to broadcast agricultural lessons to more than 100 million rural students—making it the largest such program in the world. And in the early 2000s, the charitable Li Ka Shing Foundation installed satellite dishes and computers to broadcast lectures to 10,000 rural schools. Now this top-down model of online learning is being joined by a surge in new commercial and university offerings.
And it’s no longer just about reaching rural provinces. In China a rapidly rising middle class—part of a population that now totals 1.4 billion—is creating a demand for education far outpacing what traditional teachers and schools can supply. In response, Chinese startups are identifying market niches and developing entirely new products, while universities are emulating online platforms first developed in the United States.
The trend is strikingly on display in Beijing’s technology district, Zhongguancun, often called China’s Silicon Valley, where a building housing 15 education-technology startups has become known as the MOOC Times Building. (The acronym formally means “massive open online course,” but in China “MOOC” is used to describe any kind of online educational offering.) The startup community around Zhongguancun includes Hujiang, which has 80 million registered users, including three million who pay fees. Many are cramming for tests like the “gaokao,” China’s main college entrance exam. A startup called Jikexueyuan created a platform offering tutorials on programming and Web design that has signed up more than 800,000 users. And the newest entrants are more diverse platforms such as the parental-advice site Babytree. (Just enter Mom’s due date and “you can get for you and your baby a tailored parenting guide,” the site says, in Chinese.)
Chinese investment in education technologies has climbed from $137 million (in U.S. dollars) in 2013 to more than $1 billion in 2014, according to TAL Education Group, a publicly traded Chinese education firm based in Beijing.
And the startups in Zhongguancun are joined by a wide range of university and private entrants. Xuetang, a MOOC supported by Tsinghua University, for example, offers some courses on edX, an online platform sponsored by MIT and Harvard University.
There are some concerns accompanying this trend. Although China has by far the world’s largest number of Internet users, with more than 640 million people online, Internet penetration is only about 46 percent, compared with 87 percent in the United States. And a number of studies suggest that the benefits of online education accrue mostly to the already advantaged. Justin Reich, executive director of the PK12 Initiative at MIT and a research scientist in MIT’s Office of Digital Learning, who recently spent time touring startups at the MOOC Times Building and talking to educators in China, says he also heard concerns about students becoming isolated and losing out on useful peer pressure, but that he generally encountered great enthusiasm.
“In China, all of these concerns are voiced against the backdrop of a much larger concern that there is a tremendous unmet demand for education,” he says.
Online courses can in some cases not only fill a brick-and-mortar void but actually do a better job at teaching certain specific skills, says Rong Wang, a professor at Peking University who researches education finance. Traditional schools are very exam-oriented, “and many teachers don’t have adequate capacities in delivering practical skills instruction to students,” she says. And working adults aren’t being served by traditional schools, which generally have only limited classes on evenings and weekends, she says.
Reich adds that there has been some discussion within the government of defining a set of requirements for degrees and then letting students meet some of them through MOOCs. If the government were to allow MOOC credits to apply toward a degree, he points out, such a scheme could rapidly be implemented nationwide.
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Thursday, March 10, 2016

sustainability's question - will my generation be first to value litle sisters more than big brothers

the 3 communications revolutions grandfather observed in 1972 turned The Economist into the (sustainability) world's favorite viewspaper 1 2

3 programmable computer chip -why dividend from quality systems revolution innovated by japan but now 1972 doubling in capacity every 2 years
and therefore making it likely world would have spent 4000 times more of being everywhere interconnected by 2030 vs 1946

2 the telecoms satellite - why :death of cost of distance to communicate

1 students at centre of online learning networks of computer -eg The Learning Web - Home Page is an alumni group begun in nz in 1984 by grdn Dryden and whse stiry reache 10 million Chinese families by late 1990s

from 1972 -father then interviewed anyone he could from The Economist on hypothesis 10 times more impact of this combination of innovations within 50 years than from the industrial revolutions 150 years

the main system exponential scenario (little sistered sustainability or big brothered loss) -what if this is applied to life shaping challenges (end poverty) as a priority and what if it isn't

by 1972 father also had a controversial world view- America under nixon was becoming neurotic, unhappy and not the world best partner in the way it had been in the first half of the 20th century; two particular actins bothered him dumbing down of peoples by commercial ttv and the change of public money spent on arms-- altogether intellectaulaised around totally false (ie systems that devalued intergenerational goodwill  and borderless open society at compound-so-ultimately-irreversible (too big to exist ) rates)  macroeconomic models

conversely win-wins that  japan then south krea and superports run by Chinese traders had started father saw china (by 1975 Chinese diaspora being 3rd riches identity) continuing- it clarified where the sustainability communicatins revolution would be played out  (far away from UN's piece of manhattan)

given that half of the world would live within 3000 miles of Beijing by 2015 it  sustainability last tipping points would involve common senses around that space's joyful  mediation of youth  trust  open society and education

with unassuming heroines young Chinese women action learning networks and supporters apps 

mainly unintended villains : old American billionnaires as sponsrs of vgested interests and Americas priviliege to try every web/app experiment before other spaces

father and my 1984 book the 2025 report provided key exponentially spiraling timelines of peace, clean energy, downsizing top-dwn government, ending macroeconomics, celebrating open (jobs) learning netwrks and collaboration apps connected to youths microfranchise entrepreneur competitions all anchored arunhd the assumption that by 2000 man wuld recognise his greatest risk was discrepancy in incmes and expecatins of rich and poor nations- each of the biggest professions makes money externalizing the risk it rules over- this is the ultimate system horror einstein used to diarise

so whats left of our species innovation brilliance in progressing human lot
our human race depends on this decade being under 30s most sustainably productive- they need open space everywhere
the supercity model can work - if we exchange 2 things honestly- where is each of the 20 biggest markets most sustainable "higher" purpose already to be learnt from - how does a worst for youth city like Washington dc reframe that as the greatest ever opportunity to improve through linking in youth open learning spaces and friendship networks such as 20th celebration of world creative children

the worldwide youth community led by franciscans and amy-style Chinese youth connecting mandela, king, Gandhi, Jewish Cantors or other cultural leaders of intergenerational value is worth (youth) celebrating collaboration with more than whom ever is your favorite sporting superstar

what else....

chris macrae 240 316 8157  http://www.worldsocialtrade.com/ 

Sunday, February 14, 2016

why not celebrate everywhere that chinese students abroad open space?

http://amychina.net   open space facebook

Saturday, February 13, 2016

can anyone help analyse whether creaditease is best or worst case in china's end poverty banking systems

the founder of credit ease visited yunus several times promising to be an alumni of his- he won the entrepreneur competition hosted by uni of  maryland and chinese universities- his  model is very contextual - i cant work out if its the best possible end poverty banking model in china - do you know anyone who can help map this

here are some bookmarks

CreditEase equals the Business Value magazine of ...

english.creditease.cn/pressroom/MediaReport/2012/0425/45.html

Though CreditEase has always followed the philosophy of Professor MuhammadYunus, founder of the Grameen Bank and winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace ...

“'Dr. Yunus' in Chinese-style: build an advanced credit ...

english.creditease.cn/pressroom/MediaReport/2012/0425/44.html

CreditEase, founded in 2006 by Mr. Ning Tang, began to provide “student ... Refering to both the experiences of Dr. Yunus, Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in ...

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宜信快讯4th Feb. 2016 No.2
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The 2016 CreditEase Wealth Management Global Asset Allocation White Paper Release and Global Asset Allocation Summit Held in Beijing and Shanghai

On January 9 and 10, the 2016 CreditEase Wealth Management Global Asset Allocation White Paper (White Paper) Release and Global Asset Allocation Summit was held in Beijing and Shanghai. Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor of finance, global asset allocation expert, and White Paper joint publisher Randolph B. Cohen, global asset management expert Lindsay Wright, Tsinghua University Center for China in the World Economy Director Li Daokui, Haitong Securities Vice President Li Xunlei, IDG Capital Partners Founding General Partner Hugo Shong, CreditEase Founder and CEO Tang Ning, CreditEase Wealth Management Senior Vice President Hou Lin, representatives from noted international investment institutions such as the Carlyle Group, UBS Securities, Rosefinch Investment, and Tishman Speyer, and hundreds of CreditEase Wealth Management clients attended the event.

CreditEase New Year Party and Yirendai Listing Celebration

On the evening of January 15, the 2016 GATHERING: CreditEase New Year Party and Yirendai Listing Celebration was held at the Pangu Seven Star Hotel in Beijing. CreditEase Founder and CEO Tang Ning, Yirendai CEO Fang Yihan, partners and experts, and a number of CreditEase employees gathered for a lovely evening.

Interpreting New Regulations for the Internet Lending Industry, CEO Tang Ning Attends the New Financier Union Annual Conference

On December 29, the New Financier Union Annual Conference, organized by the Economic Observer, was held in Beijing. The conference was themed “Parting the Clouds: Responsibility in Finance.” Experts and leaders from traditional banking institutions, Internet finance institutions, and the financial industry participated in a discussion about the next stage of financial markets. CreditEase Founder and CEO Tang Ning was invited to attend, and provided a detailed interpretation of the Provisional Methods for the Management of the Business Activities of Internet Lending Information Intermediary Institutions (Opinion Draft) (also called Methods) released by the CBRC on December 28.

CreditEase Shangtongdai Presented at the Second World Internet Conference

On December 16-18, the Second World Internet Conference, entitled “An Interconnected World Shared and Governed by All,” was held in Wuzhen. Chinese President Xi Jinping attended the event and gave the opening remarks. World leaders from 8 countries, Internet industry leaders from more than 120 countries, as well as more than 600 Internet scholars and leaders attended this world-class conference.

CreditEase Wins the 2015 Most Competitive Financial Institution Brand Award

On December 2, the Internet Finance Forum and the 2015 (Seventh) Most Competitive Financial Institution Award Ceremony was held by China Business Journal at JR Coffee in Beijing. CreditEase CTO and Big Data Innovation Center General Manager Joyce Zhang, China Business Journal President and Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) Academic Divisions Member Jin Bei, PBC Financial Research Institute Internet Finance Research Center Secretary General Wu Xuchuan, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Institute of Finance and Banking Researcher Huang Guoping, scholars, experts, and industry professionals attended the event and explored interdisciplinary and assimilative approaches to finance in the “Internet +” era. Joyce Zhang also represented CreditEase in accepting the 2015 Most Competitive Financial Institution Brand Award.

CreditEase Receives Zhaopin.com China Annual Top 100 Employers Award 2015, Winners List Displayed in New York Times Square

On December 11-13, the Zhaopin.com China Best Employer Annual Award Ceremony 2015 and the Sanya Forum were held in Sanya. The forum was entitled “New Employer Economics: Allowing Reform to Happen.” China Entrepreneur Club President Ma Weihua, SEEC Research Institute Director and former Deputy Administrator of State Administration of Taxation Xu Shanda, Zhaopin.com CEO Guo Sheng, CreditEase Human Resources and Administration Group Talent Development Deputy Director Huang Qinghai, and other business leaders, experts, and media attended the event to discuss new trends in employer-employee relationships. CreditEase, Baidu, and China CITIC Bank all won awards at China Annual Top 100 Employers Award 2015, which were jointly announced by the Peking University Institute of Social Science Survey and Zhaopin.com.
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cheers chris macrae dc 240 316 8157   www.economistchina.net 

Monday, January 11, 2016

to joann , iris john, amy, peter, michael, bernardo and anyone else interested in educators empowering youth most brilliant decade - proposed 5 jan potomac maryland by harrison owen seconded by Amy

economistuniversity.com extra contextual urgencies of brooklyn premier of global youth empowerment include:
 to friends of pope francis (and world bank jim kim's_ preferential option poor mindset as last event staged within first 6 months of his speech at UN 

and to rome coordinators of nobel peace laureates summits both of whose black student empowerment summits were postponed - atlanta nov 2015 due to celebrate king family, cape town 2014 due to celebrate mandela curriculum

skype format is best as in mixing live and non-synced
if possible anyone on TO list, please confirm your skypes - many of the craziest concepts to connect youths brilliant decade need iteration (or amy and chinese female millennials moderation -the millennial delicacy of social mediation where it was previously banned needs every open and transparency skill ever rehearsed since 1975 prediction of The Economist of china as millennials lead collaboration nation of sustainability goals and then some ) 

apart from open space itself, we are missing the biggest creative conference trick of all that i have been free to observe

THE BERKELEY/BLUM CENTRE GIFT TO YOUTH LIVELIHOODS GREATEST DECADE
before your main break, 10 march lunch - empower 15 by one minute pitches - where pitcher either knows her pitch  will stream directly into  a poster show during lunch or be a breakout in the afternoon 

as  amy explained to many of you this is how and why berkeley sets the bar with each apps class of students -can you beat your best ever peers solution from this competition - give directly? potentially the greatest net generation change to american system of aid in 70 years and now branching its global village networks out of new york epicentre - starting with kenya region and presumably ihub partnership


so as well as whomever are the 4 alternative afternnon breakouts -  1- minute poster pitches could we invite -my choices would include

fab lab from marinez (eel1) possibly with emeka okafor the origin of africans hosting tedx and makerfaire as far as I now

 a pitch from xprize learning panel on why ny suburbs doubling in size will be absolute chaos unless ny in 10 years time is as famous for worldwide investment in livelihoods of sustainability as wall street has made it over big bang years for extracting from nature's once abundantly borderless planet

demonstration of yazmi satellite channel for refugee livelihoods beaming across africa, middle east and up south europe as far as rome

a pitch on how valuing millennials summit will review the first year of sustainability goal 11 (communities , cities) from vatican partnership leaders out of Quito (unhabitat 3 oct 2016)

peer to peer financial literacy teaching from graduate student at eel1

as stimulated by moore film -black and every culture's history of future told from view point of empowering positive youth dreams into reality-mec could make a meta-blog of this like huffington post even if it failed to deal with khan academy or on-demand coursera (nancy coaches youth like amy on the practicum originally sponsored by carnegie to realilty-making of dream concepts - see also triple issue of journal of marketing management i edited in 1999 on that higher purpose of media challenge)


a pitch of la maestra - who in san diego  the only sustained epicentre of microcredit in usa - how baltimore is learning to replicate it; invitation for brooklyn to join the party

a pitch of why conscious capitalism would benefit from an inter-university student chapter - how eg this could help roll out of next social action movies of kiehl's soundtrack studio including one on mackey's favorite subject nutrition

a pitch on social shark tank - both running at mec and through associate projects - we could invite north carolina guests - the most successful of the yunus statewide challenges - ryan now working on UBER of graduate livelihoods and Ivonna (world bank start up student winner- for last mile heath service test solution of ending anaemia


a pitch of first year of collaborations ihub is inviting mec to join in after kenya exchanges

a youth pitch of each other nydev-mec country exchange on the diary

can mec library make a catalogue of every relevant community organisation in mecs catchment area 

a pitch from the world largest school city montessori lucknow on how children can coach most illiterate adults to read a newspaper in 90 days

(iris i forgot to ask was any of moore evening filmed  - if so can i come and see that)


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all of the above we can already find  pitchers  -next lets get big apple cheeky
send out invitations to anyone in new york you might want to partner

to give directly
to acumen born oit of novogratz's life as a 20 year old in nairobi

to google asking them to help with what google south africa does to google brooklyn- namely it starts a competition with local business - the business judged to offer a most viable apprenticeship are offered free advice by google on their online presence
from someone on where will end poverty tedx premier next

from youth in boston on which new york network of nursing etc is going to become as useful a partner to jim kims old network and farmers current one as the boston university system is

a pitch on why dubai has opened last week a billion dollar philanthropy designing college placements for 15000 underpriveleged youth
global grameen's  pitch on the first 3 quarter of million social action alumni of european social solutions invading america

a pitch from windsor circles on how youth can colloaborate with bottom up un and broadband communities across india sponsored by infosys founder nilekani as his final testimony to the regions greatest pro-youth educator the late president kalam- recall while president he demanded students tear up non-sustainable curricula and teachers of anything non-sustainable to be early retired 2020

a pitch on the past winners alumni netwoirk of premio sciacca's vatican univeristy and why dean rolle is being nominated in 2016- how this links in to rome's other annual summit nobel peace laureates and two successive years of failing to celebrate black peace builders - yunus agents destroying king family celebrations in atlanta nov 2015; dalai lama advocates destroying celebrating mandela curriculum in cape town oct 2014

NOW FOR THE FUN PART
-what would you add?



cheers chris macrae  text 1 240 316 8157
Economistchina.net map 4 hemi- celebration 2018's anniversary 175: mediate end poverty  - co-creating economics and social concepts for sustaining millennials healthiest and wealthiest and most collaborative nation since 1975