Posts Tagged ‘China’

Top 100 Most Valuable Chinese Brands 2015

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

Tencent, Alibaba overtake long-time leader China Mobile to claim top two spots

WPP and Millward Brown today announced the fifth annual BrandZ? Top 100 Most Valuable Chinese Brands, with internet service company Tencent becoming the most valuable Chinese brand for the first time, and newly-listed online retailer Alibaba entering the ranking at No.2. Both brands leapfrogged long-time leader China Mobile, which had held the top spot since the ranking launched in 2011.

The 2015 ranking, carried out by marketing and brand consultancy Millward Brown in conjunction with WPP, clearly shows a rapid rise in the brand value of technology and tech-related retail brands. Technology companies have become brand powerhouses, and as a result the technology category has now surpassed financial institutions as the highest value category ($106.9 billion), contributing 23% of the Top 100’s total value.

Brands from private enterprises (also known as ‘market-driven’ brands) dominate in terms of value growth, rising 97% since 2013, while SOEs (state owned enterprises) declined 9%. Whereas five years ago the Top 5 brands were all SOEs, three of this year’s Top 5 – Tencent, Alibaba and Baidu – are market-driven. Together the three represent around half (48%) of the value of the Top 10, led by Tencent which nearly doubled in value in the past year alone.

The total brand value of the Top 100 Chinese Brands is $464.2 billion, a rise of 59% since the ranking launched in 2011. This growth has outpaced that of the BrandZ? Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands (+41%), and has also surpassed the most valuable brands in Brazil (which fell 40% in value from 2011-2014) and Latin America (which have grown only 3% since the Latam ranking launched in 2012).

Analysis of the brands in the Top 100 as a stock portfolio proves that investment in brand-building delivers strong shareholder return. Between July 2010 and October 2014 the brands in the Chinese MSCI stock index increased 4% while those in the Top 100 appreciated 32%. (more…)

2009 CCTV China Economic Annual Figure

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009

2009CCTV China economic annual figure officially announced the list of candidates for this award, the most representative character eighteen finalists, they are ranked according to name (strokes sequence) :

YinWeiDong (Beijing KeXing holding company chairman, President and CEO), WangXin (yanzhou mining group manager), Chinese academy of sciences, Shanghai rehel JMJ (micro system and information technology), deputy director of the institute LiuZhongTian (President), wang zhong LiuJiRen (neusoft group Co., LTD. The chairman and chief executive), LiShuFu (geely holding Co., LTD), chairman of ShenWenRong shagang group (different), chairman of the board chairman PengNian (shenzhen), xu leave hotel (new enterprise group President and secretary of the party committee), Mr Yu (new Oriental education technology group Co., LTD.), chairman of CaoGuoWei (sina CEO and President), CaoDeWang (fuyao glass industry group Co., ltd., executive director and chief executive President), DongWenBiao (China minsheng bank President), LiangZhaoXian (galanz President), JinHaiTao (shenzhen), chairman of LeiChuang innovation shots (hepatitis b virus carriers activists), TanYue (jiangsu phoenix publication executive chairman), WeiXin (founder group chairman).

The list of candidates for 18 by economists, business elite, business and financial media authoritative experts composed of editor who judges elected by group.

Known as China’s economic 2009CCTV vane “, “China economic annual figure on November 5, selection, and will officially launched on December 23, final results announced.

This is the biggest highlights added CCTV China economic annual figure “10 years of business leaders” special award, 10 economic characters and 10 year of business leaders “double” caused social concern.

World University Ranking Tsinghua University and Hong Kong 3 University enter into top 50

Saturday, October 10th, 2009

据英国《泰晤士报》报道,该报与英国著名高等教育研究机构QS(Quacquarelli Symonds)联合进行的2009年世界大学评估8日出炉,美英两国大学席卷榜单高位,中国香港有3所大学进入榜单前50名,而中国内地只有清华大学进入Top50。


清华大学今年在此榜单中上升明显,排名第49位,跃升7位,去年排名为第56位。 (more…)

Peking University

Friday, June 12th, 2009

Peking University (traditional Chinese: 北京大學; simplified Chinese: 北京大学; pinyin: Běijīng Dàxué), colloquially known in Chinese as Beida (北大, Běidà), is a major research university located in Beijing, China. It is the first formally established modern research university, and the first national university of China. It was founded as Imperial Capital University in 1898 as a replacement of the ancient Guozijian (國子監-国子监 guózǐjiàn). By 1920 it had become a center for progressive thought. Today, most national and international rankings frequently place Peking University as one of the best universities in China.In addition to its academics, Peking University is especially renowned for the beauty of its traditional Chinese architecture at its campus grounds.

Throughout its history, the university has distinguished itself from its peers in terms of intellectual freedom and has produced and hosted many of modern China’s top thinkers, including Lu Xun, Mao Zedong, Hu Shih, Li Dazhao, Gu Hongming, and Chen Duxiu. The Peking University was among the birth places for China’s New Culture Movement, May Fourth Movement and many other significant events.

Peking University
Established: 1898
Type: National
President: Zhou Qifeng (周其凤)
Faculty: 4,206
Undergraduates: 15,128
Postgraduates: 15,039
Location: Beijing, People’s Republic of China
Campus: Urban, 273 ha
Former names: Imperial Capital University
Nickname: 北大, Běidà


Friday, May 22nd, 2009




虽然财报难看,但联想董事局主席柳传志依然坚信联想能够及时复苏。“ 过去的两个季度对全球个人电脑行业来说极具挑战,联想以果断的行动来抵御冲击,采取了重大举措以带领业务重回正轨。一直以来,集团矢志在全球走上盈利性增长的轨道,尽管第四季的表现不尽理想,我们深信联想拥有有效的条件朝着目标前进,使联想在市场复苏时成为一家竞争力更强的企业。”





Tuesday, May 19th, 2009