Keeping an eye on Communist, Totalitarian China, and its influence both globally, and we as Canadians. I have come to the opinion that we are rarely privy to truth regarding the real goal, the agenda of Red China, and it's implications for Canada [and North America as a whole]. No more can we rely on our media as more and more information on China is actively being swept under the carpet - not for consumption.
1.Dong Mingzhu（董明珠） (born 1954) She is the Chairwoman of Gree Electric ,which company with a market value of $ 35.2 billion.
Dong was born the youngest of seven children in a working class family. When she was a child, she wanted to be a soldier. In 1990, at age 36, recently widowed Dong left her three year old son go to Guangdong. Because of the clever mind and perseverance of the character, she from a salesman finally became chairman
The New York Times called her "one of the toughest businesswomen in China."
2.Zhang xin（张欣） born 1965， is co-founder and CEO of SOHO China, the largest prime office commercial real estatedeveloper in Beijing and Shanghai, which company has a market value of $ 3.3 billion
SOHO China has developed over 54 million square feet in projects in Beijing and Shanghai. Her collaborations with world-renowned architects have resulted in iconic landmark buildings that transformed Chinese skylines.
3.Tao Huabi（陶华碧） born 1947，is the founder and chairwoman of the board of directors of Guiyang Nanming Laoganma Special Flavor Foodstuffs Co. Ltd., one of China's leading private enterprises.
Born in Meitan County, Guizhou Province, in 1947, Tao never went to school and her husband died when she was in her thirties. To eke out a living and raise two young children, she used her savings to open a noodle stand in 1989. The noodles were served with Tao's homemade pepper sauce, and they proved extremely popular. A friend in the noodle business suggested that Tao open a chili sauce factory. She took the advice and started a plant in the neighborhood in 1996. Her company now produces 2.3 million bottles of chili sauce every day, with output value exceeding 4 billion yuan (about US $600 million) annually by 2016. The company's products can be found in 45 countries and regions around the world.
Tao said: "I am a person who has experienced difficult environments. I know how to cherish everything I have done."
4.Zhou Qunfei（周群飞） born 1970, is a Chinese entrepreneur who founded the major touchscreen maker Lens Technology. After the public listing of her company on the Shenzhen ChiNext market in March 2015, her net worth temporarily reached US$10 billion, making her the richest woman in China.
When the factory folded, she established her own company in 1993 at age 22. Here, Zhang took a hands on approach and involved herself in all parts of the company, including repairs and creating improved designs of factory machinery. In 2001, she caught her big break when her company won a profitable contract to make mobile phone screens for the Chinese electronics giant TCL Corporation.
Zhou Qunfei has stated that over the years she has started a total of 11 companies.
5.Wu Yajun(吴亚军) born 1964，former CEO and current chairwoman of Longfor Properties. As of March 2013 she was the 299th richest person in the world, and among the top 50 Power-women list by Forbes, with a net worth of US$4.4 billion.
In 1995 Wu and her former husband, businessman Cai Kui, founded Chongqing Zhongjianke Real Estate Co Ltd. The company was later renamed as Longfor Properties.
6.Liu qing（柳青） born in 1978 in Beijing, China. She is the daughter of Chinese businessman and Lenovo founder Liu Chuanzhi, and the granddaughter of Liu Gushu, a senior executive banker at the Bank of China.
She worked at Goldman Sachs Asia for 12 years, becoming a managing director in 2012, before switching to Didi Dache serving as its chief operating officer in July 2014.The company will be listed in the United States, valued at $ 50 billion, close to Uber
Execrated by her employees for her complacency and iron hand, Dong only retained a modicum of feminine side in her choice of the attire, who is now considered the exemplary female entrepreneur in our nation.
Her behavioral pattern is scrutable to me, after I read her stories online. Some of them might be apocryphal, but reading her unwonted thoughts inspires me.
She wouldn’t have left her indigent family for her career in Zhuhai city, if her husband hadn’t perished in the late 80s. Fumbling in the company as a neophyte, she set the record for constantly “harassing” a debtor for a 40 days on end. In just 3 years, the profits made by her alone accounted for 1/8 of the total, and this achievement rendered her the head of the company, when some employees tenered their resignation that year.
She is known for indoctrinating the employees with her ideologies constantly, but when she failed to reciprocate them with the pay raise for more than 5 years, they became discombobulated and even reserve venom for the stringent regulations she imposed. The subsequent commotion and furor among the employees didn’t discompose Dong and discomfit her plan at all, but she shed tears in the interview when she was forced to resign office last year. The conflicts between the shareholders and her is unavoidable, for she discommodes the conservative shareholders by attempting to annex the new energy company, which will have pernicious effects on the profits and increase the risk for the company in their opinion.
Gree will pay a heavy price if the transition is not made, when its major rival Midea merged the German company Kuka AG in 2006.
P.S. : All the 4 air-conditioners in my mom’s apartment are made by Gree. She won’t buy other brands.
Dong Mingzhu is theChairWoman of Gree Electric.In 2013, Dong was named one a Forbes Asia "Woman in the Mix" for business. The New York Times called her "one of the toughest businesswomen in China."
Hu Weiwei is the founder of Beijing MobikeTechnology Co., Ltd. which is a fully station-less bicycle-sharing system headquartered in Beijing and the world's largest bicycle operator. As you can see, Hu Weiwei is riding their product-Sharing Bike.