CCTV America’s Shraysi Tandon interviewed Sana Amant, the content and character development director for Marvel Comics, about the growing influence of women in comic books. She asked Amant one more question about the one thing she knows now that she wishes she knew when she […]
CCTV America’s Mark Niu interviewed Zoltan Istvan, the founder of the Transhumanist Party and a 2016 candidate for the U.S. presidency. He asked Istvan one more question about his “immortality bus” and whether robots will take over our jobs.
CCTV America’s Shraysi Tandon interviewed Jane Chen, CEO and co-founder of Embrace Innovations at Forbes Women’s Summit in New York about the challenges of starting a business and she asked her one more question about what she would tell her younger self, given what she […]
CCTV America’s Franc Contreras interviewed best-selling author and physician Joel Fuhrman and asked him one more question about what research backs up his Nutritrian diet and how the diet works. Here’s his response:
CCTV America’s Anand Naidoo interviewed Cenk Uygur, founder and CEO of The Young Turks, a popular online news show as part of a panel about the U.S. media’s role in the presidential elections. Naidoo asked him one more question about what election issues the mainstream […]
CCTV interviewed top female entrepreneur Zhang Xin, CEO and co-founder of SOHO China, the country’s largest commercial real estate developer. Reporter Martina Fuchs asked her about China’s property market and what inspires her. Watch her responses here.
CCTV America’s Jessica Stone interviewed Myanmar’s Minister of Information, Ye Htut during the ASEAN Summit and asked him one more question about how young people will fare in the country in the next decade. Currently, half the population is under 24 years old. Watch his […]
Parts of the African continent feel they’re ignored by the global media and treated as sort of a bad place in the world. Kayode Ogundamisi is a Nigerian commentator and pro-democracy activist and he spoke to Anand Naidoo of CCTV America’s The Heat about issues […]
CCTV America reporter Patrice Howard interviewed Kevin O’Leary, a financial investor and one of the stars of the reality television show “Shark Tank” about how investors can find opportunities in today’s market. She asked him one more question about why women are a good financial […]
About half of Americans say they don’t want Syrian refugees to resettle in the United States. They fear ISIL terrorists will pose as refugees and enter the U.S. In 60 seconds, freelance editor and writer Elizabeth MacBride explains the reality of the situation.
Non-profit, social business entrepreneur Leila Janah, the founder of Samasource, talks about how investment money and recruitment levels are increasingly focusing on women and female-run tech companies.
Mark Niu sat down with former Apple CEO John Sculley to talk tech. In our #OneMoreQuestion, Sculley talks about the China market for mobile phones, and whether his new company has plans to venture there.
CCTV America’s Shraysi Tandon interviewed Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales during the annual Clinton Global Initiative meetings in New York this week. She asked him one more question about what websites he uses for information besides Wikipedia. Here’s his response:
CCTV America’s Shraysi Tandon interviewed Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa’s first democratically-elected female president and a Noble Peace Prize winner. She’s been ranked as the most powerful woman in the world by Time and Forbes Magazines. The Economist has called her Liberia’s most successful […]
CCTV America’s Philip Yin interviewed Lisa Maatz, vice president of government relations at the American Association of University Women, about the role that educating women plays in improving the economic situation of communities, families, and countries — particularly developing nations. Here’s what she said:
CCTV-America’s Shraysi Tandon interviewed Christina Paxson, president of Brown University about leadership in the academic world and asked her one more question about how leaders who succeed, especially women, can stay at the top. Here’s what she said:
A cleaner, greener world may not only be good for the environment. There are also incredible benefits to public health and economic development, according to a new report from the Lancet Commission on Health and Climate Change.
The Heat’s Anand Naidoo interviewed Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Calif, of about U.S.-Cuba relations Wednesday and he asked her one more question about whether she thought Hillary Clinton would become the Democratic party’s presidential nominee. Here’s her response:
CCTV America’s Shraysi Tandon interviewed author and New York Times columnist Frank Bruni about the benefits of higher education and asked him one more question about whether attending an Ivy League school is a better return on investment for students. Here’s his response:
As the world watches the aftermath of Wednesday’s arrest of several high-ranking officials from the football governing body FIFA on corruption allegations, anti-bribery expert Richard Bistrong offers his views on the scandal.
On Wednesday, CCTV’s Wang Guan caught up with former Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing. The straight-talking veteran Chinese diplomat shared his thoughts on the U.S.-Japan defense treaty, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s recent speech before the U.S. Congress, and the conflicts in the South China […]
The Egyptian pyramids have lasted because the critical, central parts are made of granite. And when it came time to build the closest source of granite was nearly one thousand kilometers away. But thanks to the Nile moving those hard, heavy rocks was possible. CCTV’s […]
CCTV America’s Karina Huber interviewed Dickson Despommier, a Columbia University professor and a leading proponent of vertical farming, a method of farming that allows crops to be grown indoors and in a more space saving manner.
CCTV America’s Wei Xuejiao asked Evan Medeiros, senior director for Asian affairs at the National Security Council, during a press conference whether he thought Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe would apologize for atrocities committed by the Japanese during World War II. Here’s his reponse:
CCTV America’s Elaine Reyes interviewed Kenneth Yalowitz, the former U.S. Ambassador to Belarus and Georgia and a current global fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center about the current Arctic Council meetings. She asked him one more question about the importance of the Arctic and why […]
CCTV America’s Shraysi Tandon interviewed Stephen Schwarzman, founder of Blackstone Group, the world’s largest alternate investment company. Tandon asked him one more question about his views about capital markets today and what concerns him the most about them.
The Heat’s Nathan King interviewed former U.S. treasury secretary Henry Paulson and asked him two more questions about his thoughts about China’s president Xi Jinping and the current international dispute over islands in the South China Sea. Here’s his response:
CCTV America’s Zou Yun interviewed International Monetary Fund Chief Economist Olivier Blanchard and asked him one more question about whether lower than expected growth within emerging economies are an indication of stagnation.
CCTV America’s Rachelle Akuffo interviewed physician Bertalan Mesko and author of “The Guide to the Future of Medicine” about new advances in technology and medicine and patient-doctor interactions and asked him one more question about what it means to be a medical futurist.
CCTV America’s Karina Huber interviewed Daniel Ammann, the President of GM about the biggest challenge his company is facing right now at the 2015 New York International Auto Show and asked him what the company’s biggest challenge is. Here’s his response:
CCTV America’s Zou Yun interviewed Douglas Paal, vice president for studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. CCTV America asked Paal one more question about why the U.S. keeps shifting its attitude towards AIIB and the ultimate stance that the Obama administration may possibly […]
CCTV America’s Gao Qi interviewed Fred Bergsten, the senior fellow at the Peterson Institute and a former senior U.S. Treasury official. CCTV America asked Bergsten one more question about whether the United States should join the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, an alternative to the […]
The Heat’s Anand Naidoo interviewed actor, producer, and director Forest Whitaker about why his is vocal about the civil war taking place in the South Sudan. The Academy-Award-winning actor who is also the CEO of Whitaker Peace and Development Initiative said that he supports aid […]
CCTV America’s Shraysi Tandon interviewed Kiran Bedi, an Indian politician, social activist and former U.N. Police Adviser about violence against women and the documentary ‘India’s Daughter’, which is currently banned in India. The interview took place at Barnard’s Global Symposium on March 13.
The Heat interviewed Daniel Cohen, research associate at the Institute for National Security Studies about the Islamic State’s use of social media. Cohen is the coordinator of the Military and Strategic Affairs Program and the Cyber Warfare Program at INSS. CCTV America’s Anand Naidoo asked […]
The Heat interviewed former U.S. Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman for a discussion on the the annual Chinese legislative meetings currently underway in Beijing and the future of US-China relations. CCTV America’s Anand Naidoo asked Huntsman one more question about China’s President Xi Jinping’s upcoming […]
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