Fashion and media entrepreneur Hung Huang does not shy away from controversy. Her groundbreaking...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 26, 2006
From the Financial Times: Hung (pronounced “Hong”) Huang is sometimes labelled as China’s Oprah Winfrey, a description that both flatters and underestimates her. She has an agony column in her listings magazine; an internet blog offering advice that is a little racy – at least by local standards; an expanding stable of magazines; and a […]
by Xiao Qiang | Jul 7, 2006
From Virtual China blog: Rebecca MacKinnon and Hong Huang (Ê¥™ÊôÉ) are gently sniping at each other on their blogs. Both are writing about their attendence at the Chinese Internet part of the Fortune Brainstorm Conference, and the really juicy bits come out in their reflective blog posts. [Full Text] See also: China’s Oprah talks censorship […]
by Sophia Cao | Jun 17, 2006
From Global Voices Online: I hate all sorts of competition. Since I was a kid I’ve never won anything. As soon as I hear the word competition, I hide. Even a competition in screwing up I might not even win. When I was young I once ran four hundred meters and then gave up. That’s […]
by Sophia Cao | Jun 6, 2006
From Danwei: Hung Huang‘s (Ê¥™ÊôÉ) mother was Mao Zedong‘s English teacher. She was sent to the U.S. for education as a teenager, and has returned to become one of the most influential entrepreneurs in Chinese print media. Now she has discovered the power of the blog. This show is the first half of a two […]
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