Nina Xiang is an expert on the Chinese venture capital and technology sector with nearly twenty years of professional financial and business media experience.
She is the author of two books: Red AI: Victories and Warnings From China’s Rise In Artificial Intelligence (2019), and US-China Tech War: What Chinese Tech History Reveals About Future Tech Rivalry (2021).
After graduating as the valedictorian in high school, she went on a distinguished journalism career serving in editorial positions at Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Euromoney Institutional Investor, China Radio International and China Business Network in Beijing, New York, Shanghai, and Hong Kong.
In 2011, She founded China Money Network, an intelligence platform tracking China’s smart investments and technology innovation. She appears frequently in a range of international media, including the BBC and CGTN. She also writes a column for the Nikkei Asia. She is part of the team winning an Excellence in Human Rights Reporting honor in SOPA Awards in 2007. She is currently an agenda contributor for the World Economic Forum, and is awarded as the Female Entrepreneur of the Year 2019 in the ChinaBang Awards.