The media spotlight on US-China trade relations has never been brighter, and there's no doubt that the media play a crucial role in shaping how people see and understand this relationship. But in light of new shifts within the global order, how does that alter the way we perceive the world through the media's lens?

Start your day with AmCham China MarCom Committee for a Breakfast Workshop on Media & Business Reporting on Oct 31, Thursday, 8:30am-10:30am.

In this morning workshop session, we are honored to invite chief editors from several prestigious media and news agencies to discuss topics including:

  • How are media outlets adapting to today's global environment?
  • How are geopolitical factors impacting business news story telling?
  • What are the current focus areas - and challenges - for business reporters in China today?
  • What companies can do better in working with media?

*Coffee and light breakfast will be provided!


8:30 AM - 8:45 AM
8:45 AM - 8:50 AM
Opening Remark
8:50 AM - 10 AM
Facilitated Panel Discussion
10 AM - 10:30 AM
Q&A, Networking


  • Yue Yu (Director at Brunswick Group; Co-Chair, AmCham MarCom Committee)

    Yue Yu

    Director at Brunswick Group; Co-Chair, AmCham MarCom Committee

    Yue has extensive experience supporting clients during crises and litigation, advising on cross-border M&A, and providing corporate communications, cross-border IPO and investor relations support.
    Yue has advised on various transactions which have included Zhejiang Geely Holding Group’s acquisition of Volvo Cars Corporation and the London Taxi Company, Chinese law firm King & Wood’s merger with Australian Mallesons Stephen Jaques, as well as foreign companies buying assets in China. In the recent years, she provides support on Chinese largest ride sharing company Didi Chuxing on its international media strategy covering market competition, fund raising and merge& acquisition to help promote the company in the fierce competition globally. She has also provided crisis counsel for food and safety, product recall, franchisee issues, intellectual property litigation as well as short seller’s attack on listed companies.
    Before joining Brunswick in 2006, Yue completed a Ph.D. at Peking University in Beijing, with a focus on international relations, and completed doctoral courses at Waseda University in Tokyo.

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  • Tony Munroe (Greater China Bureau Chief at Reuters)

    Tony Munroe

    Greater China Bureau Chief at Reuters

    Tony Munroe has been Reuters' Greater China Bureau Chief since March 2017, leading news operations in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, and Taipei. Previously, he was Korea Bureau Chief, based in Seoul, and prior to that he worked in India as Mumbai Bureau Chief. Tony worked for nine years in Hong Kong, where his roles included overseeing Reuters' coverage of Asia financial services and heading corporate news coverage for Greater China. A native of Washington D.C., Tony joined Reuters in 1998 in Boston after working as a financial journalist for newspapers in the United States.

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  • Tom Mitchell (Beijing Bureau Chief of the Financial Times)

    Tom Mitchell

    Beijing Bureau Chief of the Financial Times

    Tom Mitchell was appointed Beijing Bureau Chief of the Financial Times in January 2016. He was previously Beijing Correspondent for three years. Prior to that, Mr Mitchell was the FT’s Deputy News Editor, based in London, and South China Correspondent, based in Hong Kong. A graduate of Duke University and former Fulbright scholar, Tom has lived and worked in mainland China or Hong Kong for 24 years. In 2000, he began a three-year posting as Guangzhou Bureau Chief for the South China Morning Post, becoming the first Western newspaper correspondent to be based in southern China since 1949. He returned to Hong Kong in 2003 and served another three years as the Post’s Deputy Business Editor before joining the FT in 2006. Tom has twice won the Society of Publishers in Asia award for ‘Scoop of the Year’.

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  • Yoko Kubota (Business Reporter at The Wall Street Journal)

    Yoko Kubota

    Business Reporter at The Wall Street Journal

    Yoko Kubota is a business reporter for The Wall Street Journal. In Beijing, she has covered U.S. and Chinese technology giants, China's technology and industry-related policies and the business environment for multinational firms. Previously, she was an automotive correspondent in Tokyo. She started her professional career in urban planning in Manhattan after graduating from Princeton University.

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AmCham Cardholder
Member Price RMB 90
Member Price (Pay at the door) RMB 150
Employee of Member Company
Standard Price RMB 250
Door Price RMB 250
Standard Price RMB 400
Door Price RMB 600

Card-holding member ticket.

Member Price RMB 900

Employees of member company

Standard Price RMB 1,100


WeWork, Pacific Century Place

Floor 5, Gate 5, Pacific Century Place,
2A Workers' Stadium North Road,
Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100027 北京市朝阳区工体北路甲2号,盈科中心5号门5层。 邮编100027

Beijing, Chaoyang District, China

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