What does China's growing tech dominance mean for the rest of the world?
Join Tech 2025 for end-of-the-week cocktails and compelling conversation (at Interpublic Group) on China's technology revolution and its global implications with Ravi Hiranand (Executive Producer of Abacus News and former Producer at CNN International) and Malcolm Ong (Head of Product, South China Morning Post and Abacus News). Additional topics will include China's product development culture/philosophy and the influence of AI on news media.
Lite bites and drinks (alcohol and non-alcohol) will be served. Event is free to attend and no RSVP is required.
Ravi Hiranand, Executive Producer of Abacus News (former producer, CNN International)
Ravi is Abacus's Executive Producer and South China Morning Post’s editorial leadership from CNN. He offers an insider’s look at the China tech revolution, highlighting the key players, emerging companies, hottest gadgets, and more through both editorial and multimedia storytelling. (Twitter: @ravi_hiranand)
Malcom Ong, Head of Product at South China Morning and Abacus
Malcolm is the Head of Product at South China Morning Post (SCMP). He was previously a Product & Growth Manager at Lyft, an Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR) at 500 Startups, Co-founder & CTO of Skillshare, Product Lead at OMGPOP (acq. Zynga), a Senior Developer at Razorfish, an E-commerce Specialist for IBM Global Services, and a graduate of IBM’s Extreme Blue program where he co-filed four patents. (Twitter: @malcolmong)
Once, China just built the rest of the world's products. Now they're building their own, coming up with new solutions to serve an enormous population at home. But what does that mean for everyone else?
Based in Hong Kong, the city that blends East and West, we'll bring you all the latest news, reviews and plenty of video showing what's happening in consumer technology in China.
But they aim to go beyond the headlines to bring you a deeper context, breaking down who the big players are in China's tech scene and how they rose to prominence.
As Chinese technology grows and spreads, so does the need to understand what's driving it. That's Abacus' goal. Abacus is all about China tech for the rest of the world. Read press release HERE.