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OVERVIEW | SPEAKERS


Friday, April 11, 2014
Stanford Center at Peking University

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the first continuous connection between China and the internet, facilitated by researchers at Stanford and in Beijing, China 2.0 at Stanford Graduate School of Business hosted the 2014 China 2.0 Forum in Beijing.

About the 2014 China 2.0 Forum
This invitation-only event featured a keynote, interactive sessions, and fireside chats with the leaders shaping the internet landscape in China and beyond, and the emerging next generation of entrepreneurs and innovators.

AGENDA
1:00–2:00pm REGISTRATION
2:00–2:05pm WELCOME
Wendy York-Fess, Assistant Dean and Executive Director, Centers and Initiatives for Research, Curriculum and Learning Experiences (CIRCLE), Stanford Graduate School of Business
2:05–2:15pm TWENTY YEARS OF CHANGE: CHINA AND THE INTERNET
Marguerite Gong Hancock, Conference Chair and Director, China 2.0, Stanford Graduate School of Business
2:15–2:45pm
KEYNOTE: PERSPECTIVES ON TWENTY YEARS OF CHINESE INTERNET (B +PDF+)
Victor Koo, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Youku Tudou Inc.; Founder, Youku
Moderator: Wendy York-FessAssistant Dean and Executive Director, CIRCLE, Stanford Graduate School of Business
2:45–3:05pm TECH TALK
A NEW WAVE: U.S. COMPANIES IN CHINA (video)
Derek Shen, President, China, LinkedIn Corporation
with Duncan Clark, Chairman, BDA China
3:05–3:45pm AT THE CROSSROADS: CHINA + GLOBAL MARKETS (video)
Vaughan Smith, Vice President, Special Projects, Facebook: Presentation Slides (B +PDF+) (Presentation: video | Q&A: video)
Yongfu Yu, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, UCWeb Inc.: Presentation Slides (B +PDF+) (Presentation: video | Q&A: video)
Moderator: David Chao, Cofounder and General Partner, DCM
3:45–4:05pm TECH TALK
EXPANDING HORIZONS: CHINA FIRMS GOING GLOBAL
Hugo Barra, Vice President, Xiaomi
with Hans Tung, Managing Director, GGV Capital
4:05–4:20pm BREAK
4:20–5:00pm
"MADE IN CHINA" INNOVATION
Hurst LinGeneral Partner, DCM China (Presentation: video)
Jing Wang, Senior Vice President of Engineering, Baidu: "Made in China" Innovation with Big Data (B +PDF+) (Presentation: video)
Moderator: Marguerite Gong HancockConference Chair and Director, China 2.0, Stanford Graduate School of Business
(Q&A: video 1 | video 2 | video 3)
5:00–5:40pm STARTUPS AND DISRUPTORS: FROM E-COMMERCE TO INTERNET FINANCE (video)
Soul Htite, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Dianrong.com
Lu HuaCofounder and Chief Executive Officer, mo9: Presentation Slides (B +PDF+)
Moderator: Annabelle Yu Long, Member of Group Management Committee, Bertelsmann SE & Co. KGaA; Chief Executive, Bertelsmann China Corporate Center; Managing Partner, Bertelsmann Asia Investments
5:40–6:20pm POST-IPO: THE NEXT VANGUARD (video)
Chenchao (CC) Zhuang, Cofounder and Chief Executive Officer, Qunar
David Xueling Li, Cofounder and Chief Executive Officer, YY Inc.
Moderator: Fritz Demopoulos, Founder, Queen's Road Capital
6:20–6:25pm CLOSING REMARKS
Marguerite Gong Hancock, Conference Chair and Director, China 2.0, Stanford Graduate School of Business
6:25–7:00pm NETWORKING RECEPTION

Questions?
For more information, email the China 2.0 team.

About China 2.0
China 2.0 of Stanford Graduate School of Business focuses on innovation and entrepreneurship in China by looking at the drivers and dynamics of China as a digital power and its implications for commerce, communications, and content in the global economy. China 2.0 convenes thought leaders in China and Silicon Valley, supports cutting-edge research and curriculum development by faculty, and organizes programs to educate students as next generation leaders.

Past China 2.0 Speakers
Charles Chao
CEO & Chairman
of the Board, SINA
Joe Chen
Founder
Renren
John Hennessy
President
Stanford University
Jon Huntsman
Former U.S.
Ambassador to China
Victor Koo
Founder
Youku
Martin Lau
President, Tencent
 
Robin Li
Co-founder
Baidu
Gary Locke
U.S. Ambassador to the People's Republic of China
Jack Ma
Founder
Alibaba Group