Jane Xing is the Deputy Director of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, China office. She has a fascinating view into the foundation’s activities in China, Asia, Africa and other places.
Jane gave a great lecture to our students at Peking University Guanghua School of Management. This course is taught by myself and Jonathan Woetzel, McKinsey & Co. The below is one of several clips we will be posting from her lecture. Note, the front couple of rows make the class look kind of empty. But it was pretty packed.
Video: Does Africa Know What It Wants From China? Jane Xing, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, China office (Youtube only. Link here.)
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