Zhang Qin, an overseas returnee, introduces eggs on March 13 via a live stream on an e-commerce platform she founded in Huitang village in central China’s Hunan Province. Photo: Xinhua Zhang Qin, an overseas returnee, introduces eggs on March 13 via a live stream on an e-commerce platform she founded in Huitang village in central China’s Hunan Province. Photo: Xinhua
Zhang Qin, an overseas returnee, introduces eggs on March 13 via a live stream on an e-commerce platform she founded in Huitang village in central China’s Hunan Province. Photo: Xinhua
Mark Wang
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Mark Wang

Coronavirus has sped up the digital revolution, with China leading the way

  • From live-streaming sales to building lasting business relationships online to adopting AI in manufacturing, Chinese companies have risen to the challenge of the pandemic and offer the rest of the world a glimpse of the future

Zhang Qin, an overseas returnee, introduces eggs on March 13 via a live stream on an e-commerce platform she founded in Huitang village in central China’s Hunan Province. Photo: Xinhua Zhang Qin, an overseas returnee, introduces eggs on March 13 via a live stream on an e-commerce platform she founded in Huitang village in central China’s Hunan Province. Photo: Xinhua
Zhang Qin, an overseas returnee, introduces eggs on March 13 via a live stream on an e-commerce platform she founded in Huitang village in central China’s Hunan Province. Photo: Xinhua
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Mark Wang

Mark Wang

Mark Wang is president and chief executive officer of HSBC China.