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“Helen Wang’s conversations, her reflections and stories, bring to life the hopes and concerns of China’s emerging middle class. An unusual book, very readable and full of insight.” --John Quelch, Professor at Harvard Business School and former Dean of London Business School
“Helen Wang takes us through the world of China’s middle class with riveting personal stories, and shows us how this important demographic will alter the global economy in the years ahead. A must-read for businesses that want to tap into this enormous market.” --Shaun Rein, Founder and Managing Director of China Market Research Group (CMR)
“The Chinese Dream tells one of the most important stories of our time – the rise of the world’s largest middle class. Helen Wang enlightens us with the possibility of ‘unity in diversity’. A comprehensive, and yet easy to read book about modern China.” --Ken Wilcox, Chief Executive Officer, Silicon Valley Bank
“With a fresh look at the development of the new China, Helen Wang offers an engaging, respectfully researched perspective on the world as one entity as she uncovers the importance of communication, cooperation, and collaboration in her eloquent book, The Chinese Dream. A captivating read!” -- Cynthia Brian, New York Times bestselling author, TV/Radio personality/ Founder, Be the Star You Are!®
“The Chinese Dream describes countless possibilities for shared growth, on both national and international levels. For those looking to gain a deeper understanding of modern Chinese society, and those looking to prepare for a new age of globalized collaboration, Helen Wang’s The Chinese Dream is an exciting and timely resource.” -- China Law Blog
“The Chinese Dream… is the best description in layman's terms of the wildly divergent cultures that must set aside mistrust and misunderstanding in the new one-world global economy.” -- The Internet Review of Books
“The Chinese Dream is enlightening for anyone interested not only in the economic importance of the Chinese middle class today, but also of this group’s cultural and political implications for the China of tomorrow.” -- Jing Daily
"Helen Wang's book shows that prosperity and sustainability can go hand in hand. But only if we redefine prosperity for the enormous emerging middle class. Catalyzing this type of sustainable consumerism is what JUCCCE does every day."
- Peggy Liu, Chairperson of JUCCCE, Time Magazine Hero of the Environment
Very thought provoking and insightful.
For anyone who is looking to rack up some unbiased, unadulterated knowledge on China, America, and our changing times, this is a great quick read, worth every penny!
The Chinese Dream's principal argument is that the rise of a large Chinese middle class is beneficial for both China as well as the rest of the world.
Too simple too naive. Not all people/country/culture want the same thing. It is a naive, if not dangerous mindset thinking the whole world shares a common value/vision. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lucky Cub
There are lots of books out now on China. Many are ok, some are good, very few are great. This book is one of the few greats. Read morePublished 15 months ago by China_Work
A good read, very informative. Gives you a rich new perspective on China and its rapidly growing middle class, plus some insight to the nuevo riche.Published 16 months ago by Arcpoint
Helen Wang has written an extremely interesting book. What I liked most was her east-west perspective. Read morePublished on May 31, 2012 by Amazon Customer
Because this book was written by a native Chinese who immigrated to America for better opportunities, we have a very unbiased perspective on the effects of globalization, with... Read morePublished on April 10, 2011 by anson
Does Helen Wang's book brings us tidings of great joy this Christmas ?
Helen Wang left her native China 20 years ago to study in America and become an American citizen . Read more
China is not an interesting place to understand, but understanding it is becoming vital. I appreciated the anecdotes, examples and interviews, and the way they were arranged to... Read morePublished on December 10, 2010 by Davis Fields