>How Will You Measure Your Life?

On October 31, 2010, in Clayton M. Christensen, Harvard Business School, by tanyinglan

> Harvard Business School’s graduating class of 2010 asked HBS professor Clayton Christensen to address them. His set of guidelines resonated deeply with me as I welcomed my second child last weekend. Have a purpose in life; seize opportunities to learn and contribute; make time for family; create a culture of excellence; hold fast to […]

>Hwa Chong Finance Roundtable

On October 31, 2010, in Stock market, by tanyinglan

> Speaking with Hwa Chong Youth Chapter With Koh Kim Huat, Executive Chairman of UPP holdings on my left. He explains that stock is the specialized; and it an arena where amateur play with professionals with no handicap, on a level-playing field. He stays out of it. Most of the people who buys stock do […]

>Meeting my teacher, Josh Lerner, Harvard Business School

>Josh Lerner, Jacob H. Schiff Professor of Investment Banking at Harvard Business SchoolMany gems: Q Private Equity in Asia – too much money, too little deals and signs of bubble?A The ugly secret – returns of PE in general are 15 percent per annum. This is not horrible, or great. If you look at subset […]

>Way Of The VC Book Tour

On October 20, 2010, in Uncategorized, by tanyinglan

>Join internationally-published author Tan Yinglan in celebrating whirlwind “Way Of The VC” book tour at The Bar, Four Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley (2050 University Avenue) for book signing, drinking wine, and having fun. Also catch synopsis of new release: “Chinnovation – How Chinese Innovators are Changing the World” To attend any of the Nov 4th […]

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