Co-hosted by Serve for China and Yale Center Beijing.
Today, rural China is full of opportunities and challenges, yet there is a shortage of talent because of a general lack of understanding and high opportunity costs associated with staying "behind" in the countryside.
Why should young Chinese go to the country's rural regions to pursue entrepreneurship? Faced with the choice between pursuing one's ambitions and dedication to the public good, what value is there for rural entrepreneurs, and how should they define their mission? How can they effectively influence and promote the advancement of social development and reforms in today’s society?
The language of the event will be Chinese.
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Mr. Wang Chaoyong is the founding Chairman and CEO of ChinaEquity Group. With 29 years of financial and investment working experience, Wang has led over hundreds of investment projects.
He started his banking career with J.P. Morgan in 1987 in New York. In 1993, Mr. Wang joined Morgan Stanley as a founding member of the investment banking team and became the head of its Beijing office. From 1998 to 1999, Mr. Wang was a Deputy Director-General of the Investment Department of China Development Bank. He has a Master's degree from Tsinghua University and an MBA from Rutgers Business School. Mr. Wang is also a sponsor of the Dr. Li Shizhen Education Charity Foundation and the Tsinghua University Endowment Fund.