Featured Events

The NEXTChina Conference:  The Future of China, and Why it Matters for You  |  NYC
Thursday, November 21st |

The Greater Bay Area – China’s plan to create the world’s first megacity | NYC Wednesday, December 4th  |  $25

Past Events

The Asian Financial Society Fintech start-up pitch contest, the AFS alpha Award (AaA) | Nov. 18, 2019

Featuring keynotes, presentations, interactive dialogues, and panel discussions focusing on different perspectives on Fintech in the morning. AaA competition contestants will deliver their pitches to judges in the afternoon followed by the award ceremony in the evening.

 

Michael Yamashita East Meets West, The Epic Journeys of Marco Polo and Zheng He | Nov.4, 2019

Join Michael Yamashita as he shares his photography that spans from Europe to China along the same path as some of history’s most epic explorers.

 

Sinica Live Podcast: The Future of Rule of Law in Hong Kong and the PRC | Oct.16, 2019 

Founded in 2009, the Sinica Podcast is a show dedicated to discussion of current affairs in China with journalists, writers, academics, policy makers, business people and anyone with something compelling to say about the country that’s reshaping the world.

ABOUT THE HOSTS: Jeremy Goldkorn and Kaiser Kuo co-host the Sinica Podcast. After twenty years in China, the two returned to the United States in 2016. They now work for SupChina as editor-in-chief and editor-at-large, respectively.

 

She Loves Tech: 2019 Global Startup Competition Series | Aug.5, 2019

SheLovesTech, partnered with SupChina, houses the world’s largest pitch competition for early stage female-led/female-impact tech startups. Thousands of eligible startups from around the world have applied to this year’s competition at our 20+ local rounds internationally.

About She Loves Tech: Founded in 2015, She Loves Tech is a global platform committed to building an ecosystem for technology, entrepreneurship and innovation that creates opportunities for women. The organization houses the world’s largest tech startup competition focused on women-led or women-impact businesses.

 

Sinica Podcast: The world according to Jeremy Goldkorn | Jul.17, 2019

Founded in 2009, the Sinica Podcast is a show dedicated to discussion of current affairs in China with journalists, writers, academics, policy makers, business people and anyone with something compelling to say about the country that’s reshaping the world.

ABOUT THE HOSTS: Jeremy Goldkorn and Kaiser Kuo co-host the Sinica Podcast. After twenty years in China, the two returned to the United States in 2016. They now work for SupChina as editor-in-chief and editor-at-large, respectively.

The Columbia China and the World Forum | Sep.21, 2019

The Columbia China and the World Forum aims to establish a platform for apolitical,  and constructive conversations between China, the U.S., and the world among official and non-official actors. We invite speakers from different fields of international affairs to openly discuss, debate, and share their insights and visions on the future of this most important bilateral relations, and how it will shape a common destiny for the world.

This year’s Forum will feature a live Sinica Podcast with guest speaker Samm Sacks. The Podcast will focus on the current tech-tensions between the U.S. and China.

 

3rd Annual SupChina Women’s Conference: How Women Are Shaping The Rising Global Power | May.20, 2019

Top influencial businesswomen between The US and China discussed how women are impacting China’s tech, business, financial and consumer trends.

More than 350 people gathered at the Harmonie Club of New York on Monday for the third annual SupChina Women’s Conference, which was held to empower women from all walks of life. More than 20 high-profile speakers and moderators appeared on stage in a variety of talks and panel discussions.

Dashan, Stephon Marbury Among Participants Of 12th Bookworm Literary Festival In Beijing | Mar.20-Mar.31, 2019

The Bookworm Literary Festival has, for more than a decade, been a highlight on the Beijing events calendar, and in recent years has just about cemented its status as an institution, a festival that has remained willfully independent in the face of economic pressures and harassment from authorities. It has, for a long time, been one of the largest bilingual literary festivals in Asia.

Women’s Network Series: Blockchain Technology And Its Development | Mar.12, 2019

Catherine Li, co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of ChainDD, talked about how blockchain is developing in both China and the U.S., and how it is changing our markets.

ChainDD is a New York-based blockchain-focused fintech company that spun off from TMTPost Group, a leading tech media company headquartered in Beijing with 150 million readers and 1.5 billion page views as of the end of 2018. ChainDD has become the top blockchain news and market data provider in China, with more than 2 million registered users since its establishment in early 2018

SupChina Women’s Network: Why Women-Led Companies Achieve Higher Results | Feb.28, 2019

On February 28, as part of the SupChina Women’s Network Monthly Series, Jolyne Caruso spoke with us about her experiences as founder and CEO of The Alberleen Group and explained why women-majority boards and companies often have better results than companies without as many women in leadership positions.

China’s Food Revolution: ‘Lucky Chow’ Season 3 Premiere | Jan.29, 2019

“If we are what we eat, then we’re all-part Asian.” from a PBS series that documents LUCKYRICE founder Danielle Chang’s travels to discover how Asia’s cuisines provide a window to understanding of its cultures.

Following the screening, Chang sat down with emerging star chefs Lucas Sin of Junzi Kitchen, Jenny Gao of Fly by Jing, Amelie Kang of Málà Project, and Doron Wong of Northern Tiger (co-founder of the Asian Food Mafia), to discuss the new Chinese food scene that is focusing on storytelling, experimentation, and the use of organic ingredients to elevate the cuisine to new heights.

‘Africa Week’ In Beijing Aims To Dismantle Africa-China Clichés | May.18-May.26, 2018

How do Chinese perceive Africa and Africans? How do others perceive Chinese perceptions of Africa and Africans? A group of students and young professionals are seeking to instill nuance into public perception and conversations about Africa and China, and to encourage mutual understanding. They are the organizers of Africa Week, a nine-day program featuring high-profile speakers, panel discussions, digital art, dance performances, Ramadan-friendly African cuisine, and more. 

Second Annual SupChina Women’s Conference | May.14, 2018

C-suite executives will discuss China’s tech, business, financial, political, media, and consumer trends. The conference will be followed by a cocktail reception and a gala dinner honoring the SupChina Female Rising Stars of 2018: one Chinese and one American early-career achiever working in or with China. Judges include Zhang Xin, CEO of Soho Real Estate; Wei Sun Christianson, CEO of Morgan Stanley China/Asia; Yang Lan, CEO of Sun Media; and Merit Janow, Dean of the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University.

The International Bookworm Literary Festival Returns To Beijing | Mar.8-Mar.25, 2018

SupChina is proud to be a cultural sponsor of BLF this year, and as such we’re coordinating four events over the course of the festival. BLF is an independent, privately funded literary festival headquartered out of a bookstore in the heart of Beijing (called The Bookworm), which is also where the majority of the events will take place. For our money, this is the best independent literary festival in Asia, if not the world. (Disclosure: SupChina editor Anthony Tao, who put together the SupChina-branded events for this year’s festival, coordinated the 9th and 10th editions of BLF. Still, we can objectively say this event occupies a vital place — and now more essential than ever — in the Beijing cultural scene.)

NEXT CHINA: How the Middle Kindom Will Reshape Your World | Jan.17, 2018

NEXT China is your opportunity to stay at the leading edge of what is happening in China — in your industry and at large — so that you and your company can realize the opportunities of these dynamic and challenging times.

Women And China: The SupChina Forum | May.18, 2017

Women and China: A Forum on How Women Are Shaping the Rising Global Power was the first annual conference organized by SupChina — in New York, on May 18, 2017 — to bring outstanding women who work in China-related finance, business, culture, and politics to the stage to talk about their experiences.

Four panel discussions focused on finance, technology and media, business leadership, and TV and film culture with speakers who gave insight into not just their area of expertise, but also the opportunities and advantages of being a woman in their fields and in China.