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Rebecca Fannin is the author of Silicon Dragon and a contributor to Forbes. Her news, consulting and events group, SiliconAsia (www.siliconasiainvest.com), publishes a China venture e-newsletter and develops entrepreneur conferences in the world's tech hotspots. Rebecca's first book, Silicon Dragon (McGraw-Hill, 2008), was favorably reviewed by The Wall Street Journal and Financial Times, and translated into several languages.
Previously, Rebecca served as an international editor during the height of the dotcom boom at Red Herring, at the Pulitzer-owned International Business during the early 1990s, at AdAge in the mid to late 1990s, and most recently, at Incisive Media. Throughout her 20-year career as a journalist, she has contributed regularly to Inc., Worth, Wired, Chief Executive, Fast Company, The Deal, Huffington Post and Harvard Business Review.
Her consulting work includes a KPMG thought leadership report on China outsourcing, content development for Sony Ericsson, and expert testimony on Capitol Hill about China's Internet for the U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission. She has programmed events for NASDAQ, Morrison & Foerster, Sidley Austin, DLA Piper, O'Melveny & Myers, K&L Gates, Deloitte, KPMG, InvestHK, SecondMarket and Wells Fargo in New York, Silicon Valley, Shanghai, Beijing and Hong Kong.
Rebecca has appeared as a guest commentator on Fox Business News, Sky TV and CCTV. She has lectured at Yale, Columbia, Tsinghua, National University of Singapore and University of Toronto, among others. Rebecca has spoken at the Asia Society, World Affairs Council, Chamber of Commerce, Foreign Correspondents Clubs in Tokyo and Hong Kong, Overseas Press Club, Vancouver Board of Trade, and the Harvard Club.
A graduate of the Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, Rebecca is a recipient of an Asian studies fellowship from the Freedom Forum. She resides in New York City and San Francisco, and travels frequently to Asia.