E-Commerce in China

December 17, 2020
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Zoom Webinar, Registration Required

E-Commerce in China

E-commerce in China presents opportunities as well as challenges for Hawaii companies. It is important for companies to understand different technologies used as well as criteria required when conducting e-commerce in China. Register here.


Mr. Leo Ma

Mr. Leo Ma, CEO of Beijing Zhongdu Agricultural Science & Technology Co. , Ltd.

Leo Ma, philosophy bachelor and master of China Renmin University, Business Administration master of Tsinghua University. He worked in Sohu.com from 2005 to 2015, In 2015, he established a traceability system for agriculture through gene tagging and block chain, focuses on the field of characteristic and high-quality agricultural products, covering more than 200 types of high-quality primary agricultural products, providing comprehensive solutions for agricultural products in Yunnan, Xinjiang, Guangxi and other regions.

Ms. Jessy Yang

Ms. Jessy Yang, Senior Business Development Manager of JD Worldwide. Category: Food & beverage; Pet Category; Wine & Spirits

Jessy Yang was graduated from Melbourne University, Master of Marketing. Jessy Joined in JD from 2017 and she brought more than 600 overseas merchants to tap into Chinese market. She is a frequent speaker on cross-border e-commerce and is Certified Lecturer of JD Retail. 

Mr. Zhiyong (John) Wang

Mr. Zhiyong (John) WANG, Executive Partner of Beijing High Law Partners, Attorney-at-law in China, New York State Bar, Contract Researcher at China University of Political Science and Law. Specialties: IP litigation, IP Administrative and Customary Protection, IP Assignment.

Mr. WANG worked in China Supreme People’s Court for 10 years as a junior judge. Then, he started to practice IP laws in 2010. In court, he was mainly involved in IP enforcement and IP judicial protection work. From 2007 to 2009, as a counsel, Mr. Wang was designated to work for China central government in the US-Sino IP dispute in the WTO (DS 362). He was also involved in the job of amending China Patent Law and of drafting IP-related judicial interpretations of Supreme Court. He often joined IP-related research projects in lower courts and attended IP forums as a speaker. In 2010, Mr. Wang was appointed as a Guest Researcher for the Intangible Assets Research Center at the China University of Political Science and Law.

In 2004, Mr. Wang went to the US and Japan to pursue the advanced legal study and was granted Master of Law in Yokohama National University and LLM in University of Hawaii. In the meanwhile, He is doing the graduation paper as a PhD candidate in University of Washington in the US.

Mr. WANG entered UH Manoa in 2006 to pursue the degree of Master of Law at William S. Richardson School of Law. He was granted the Freeman Fellowship during the study in Hawaii. Being a guest scholar of East-West Center, Mr.WANG benefited a lot from many academic activities on the topics related with Asia and Pacific. Completing one-year program in US, Mr.WANG returned to the judicial career in China Supreme Court. Since 2018, Mr.WANG set up a fellowship at UH Law School and supports a UH fellow for an internship trip from Hawaii to China each year.