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Alec Su
Episode 5/5: Alec Su

Alec Su is a Taiwanese singer and actor. At the age of 15 he joined the Little Tigers (Xiao hu dui), which soon became one of the most popular boy bands in China and Taiwan. After the Little Tigers disbanded, he launched a career in acting. Read Article

Episode 3/5: Wang Xiaoshuai

Wang Xiaoshuai is an independent Chinese film director who graduated from the Faculty of Directing at the Beijing Film Academy in 1989. As a member of the Sixth Generation of Chinese filmmakers, he principally directs art films. Read Article

Alex Wong
Episode 2/5: Alex Wong

Alex Wong is the Executive Director of the Hong Kong Parkview Group Limited and the General Project Manager of Beijing’s Parkview Green, which opened for business in September 2012. Read Article

Wang Luyan
Episode 1/5: Wang Luyan

Mr. Wang Luyan joined the contemporary art scene in the late 1970s. Known as a “project artist,” he was one of the earliest proponents of conceptual art in China. Read Article

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Episode 4/5: Gu Jiang

Executive Vice President, Watch Enthusiast and Collector

Text — Gu Jiang Photos — Gu Jiang Date — 19 March, 2013

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—Gu Jiang

A well-known expert on automobile sales, Mr. Gu Jiang is an executive vice president of the New Trend Integrated Group. He is also a watch enthusiast and a collector. His reputation in automobile circles can be attributed to his years of experience in establishing marketing strategies for high-end automobile brands that wish to enter the Chinese market.

With the rapid ascension of microblogging in the past few years, Mr. Gu created a blog on China’s most popular microblogging platform Sina Weibo. It has become a digital gathering place for many of his fellow watch enthusiasts, who visit “Wuye Biaoqing” (“Midnight Expressions”) to share their thoughts. As of December 2012, over 117,000 fans like his Weibo blog.

Featured articles
Alec Su
Episode 5/5: Alec Su

Alec Su is a Taiwanese singer and actor. At the age of 15 he joined the Little Tigers (Xiao hu dui), which soon became one of the most popular boy bands in China and Taiwan. After the Little Tigers disbanded, he launched a career in acting. Read Article

Episode 3/5: Wang Xiaoshuai

Wang Xiaoshuai is an independent Chinese film director who graduated from the Faculty of Directing at the Beijing Film Academy in 1989. As a member of the Sixth Generation of Chinese filmmakers, he principally directs art films. Read Article

Alex Wong
Episode 2/5: Alex Wong

Alex Wong is the Executive Director of the Hong Kong Parkview Group Limited and the General Project Manager of Beijing’s Parkview Green, which opened for business in September 2012. Read Article

Wang Luyan
Episode 1/5: Wang Luyan

Mr. Wang Luyan joined the contemporary art scene in the late 1970s. Known as a “project artist,” he was one of the earliest proponents of conceptual art in China. Read Article