A poster for the Disney movie “Mulan” towers over an empty Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles during the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020. Photo: Reuters A poster for the Disney movie “Mulan” towers over an empty Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles during the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020. Photo: Reuters
A poster for the Disney movie “Mulan” towers over an empty Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles during the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020. Photo: Reuters
Dominic Ng
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Dominic Ng

The US economy, starting with Hollywood and education, needs China to build back better

  • Continued trade with China will be crucial to the US’ economic recovery. Saving jobs in Hollywood and US universities, for example, depends on maintaining strong ties

A poster for the Disney movie “Mulan” towers over an empty Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles during the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020. Photo: Reuters A poster for the Disney movie “Mulan” towers over an empty Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles during the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020. Photo: Reuters
A poster for the Disney movie “Mulan” towers over an empty Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles during the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020. Photo: Reuters
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Dominic Ng

Dominic Ng

Dominic Ng is chairman and chief executive officer of East West Bank. Headquartered in California, East West Bank is a top-performing commercial bank with an exclusive focus on the US and Greater China markets.