Posted by Jeremy Goldkorn on Monday, June 5, 2006 at 6:27 PM
Hong Huang's (洪晃) mother was Mao Zedong's English teacher. She was sent to the U.S. for education as a teenager, and has returned to become one of the most influential entrepreneurs in Chinese print media.
Now she has discovered the power of the blog.
This show is the first half of a two part profile of Hong, who also writes her surname 'Hung'.
- Shot and edited by Anna Sophie Loewenberg, presented by Jeremy Goldkorn, music by Fernando Fidanza
- Hong Huang's blog is on Sina: Hong Huang looking for fun.
- There's more about Hong on Danwei here: Hung Huang, Chen Kaige and the Steamed Bun
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