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Hong Huang (1961 -), former CEO of China interactive media group, editor in chief and publisher of world city Ilook magazine. At the age of 12, he was sent to New York by the Ministry of foreign affairs to study English. He graduated from Wasser college in New York State in 1984. Have done consulting, non-ferrous metal trade, investment and other aspects of the work.
Since returning to China in 1991, Hong Huang began to write in his spare time. He has written columns and essays for Sanlian Life Weekly, Nanfang weekly, China, systems and other journals. He published his autobiography "my abnormal life" in 2003, his collection of essays "aimless good life" in 2006 and "cheap philosophy" in 2010. At the end of 2018, he published his first novel "Miss Zhang Da".
In addition to writing, Hong Huang also participated in the creation of two film and television works. She starred in "infinite motion" directed by Ning Ying, and also participated in the performance of "one step away" directed by Jiang Wen.
Hong Huang is a member of the media, a columnist, and his personal blog is well-known in China, with over 100 million hits.
Hong Huang, born in 1961, graduated from wasa University in the United States. He is now the president of the University.
He studied in HongRi primary school, now Shijia Hutong primary school, and transferred to the foreign language school affiliated to Beijing Institute of foreign languages in the second grade.
In 1973, Hong Huang, together with three other primary school students, was sent to New York to study in New York Red House primary school and Elizabeth Irwin high school.
In 1977, after returning to China, he continued to study in the Affiliated School of Beiwai.
In 1978, Hong Huang gave up college entrance examination and was recruited as an English announcer of the international station of the Central People's radio. After working in the radio station for two years, I went abroad to study again.
In 1980, Vassar College of the United States focused on international politics
In 1984, after graduation, he worked for AIG insurance company in the United States, and later transferred to Gan virgin consulting company invested by AIG. Gan's main business is to provide consulting services to foreign companies in China.
In 1985, ganvirgin appointed Hong Huang as its consultant in Beijing. During this period, Gan virgin's customers include grace, McKinsey and other European and American enterprises.
In 1985, Hong Huang left ganvirgin company and joined karvas company of German metal company. Calvax's business in China is mainly consulting, but also includes some barter business.
In 1988, Hong Huang was transferred to his New York branch by German metal company, mainly responsible for trade financial services.
In 1991, Hong Huang was once again appointed back to Beijing by German metal company as the chief representative of German metal company in China to manage the material trade business and futures business of German metal in China.
In 1996, Hong Huang quit her job in German metal. In many interviews, she said that she was not happy as a comprador of a foreign company in China and was not willing to continue this kind of work. In the same year, Hong Huang joined Beijing standard international asset management Co., Ltd. The chairman of the company is Chen Xiaolu, the son of Marshal Chen Yi. The main business of the company is to provide business consulting services for international companies' investment in China. The company also provides investment consulting services for local companies in China.
In 1999, standard international investment and overseas capital jointly invested in China interactive media group. Its core business is publishing. Its publications include Ilook world city, Le time out and youth seven. At the beginning of the 21st century, the group once developed TV business and attempted to build a multi form content platform. Hong Huang once presided over Liang Hua in the production of Tourism Satellite TV 》Talk show.
In 2015, due to the decline of the overall operation of print media, the board of directors of China interactive media group decided to end the operation of the company. During the operation of the group, Hong Huang has been the CEO of the group.
Since 2015, Hong Huang has set up his own content studio, mainly operating his own we media, with more than 14 million fans. He reviews and introduces the events around us and international events from the perspective of women.
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Hong Huang's father, Hong Junyan, was a professor of economics at Peking University; his mother, Zhang Hanzhi, was the daughter of Zhang Shizhao, a member of the National Committee of the Chinese people's Political Consultative Conference and former director of the Museum of literature and history. Before his death, Zhang Hanzhi was the first generation diplomat trained by the people's Republic of China. In 1970, Hong Huang's parents divorced, and Hong Huang's mother married Qiao Guanhua. Hong Huang's father married twice after his divorce. He once married movie actor Zhu Yijing, and later married Ms. Irene Chen in Hong Kong.
Hong Huang once had three marriages, all of which have ended. She now lives in Beijing with her wife and daughter.
The rebellious Hong Huang is very popular in China. If she was famous in her early years because of her family background and her bold choice in marriage, for example, she was once known as a "famous ruffian". But for some time, Hong Huang's fame is due to her hot and fresh views, such as "a good man is a dessert" and "a woman sleeps five men is worth it".
At the end of 2009, Zhang Ziyi's poster near the Park Hyatt Hotel in Beijing was splashed with ink. Zhang Ziyi was caught in a series of rumors, such as "splashing door", "corner changing door" and "fraudulent donation door", and was plagued by scandal. Hong Huang published a series of blog articles and comments, strongly supporting Zhang Ziyi.
Shortly after the splash ink incident, Hong Huang posted two blogs to point out the person behind the incident. When the name of "Zhao Xinyu" surfaced, Hong Huang published an article in Nandu Entertainment Weekly
"I don't know Ms. Zhao and I don't know that she used to be Zhang Ziyi's friend. As for the contradictions between them, I really can't express my opinions. I think the media, especially entertainment, are unfair to Zhang Ziyi. She is in the light, and anyone in the dark can splash ink. After this kind of thing happens, those who suffer losses must be in the light. I always feel that those who hide in the dark have the ability to stand up and don't be so mean. The task of the media is to dig out the things in the dark and expose the truth, not the people who die in the light. So I appeal to reporters to go to the perpetrators, not to guess and catch the wind.
I have always had a good impression of Ziyi, because she is the most polite and professional star I know. Ilook asked her to make a film. She answered quickly whether she could or could not, and she never broke her promise and was never late for work. I've always been very grateful to her for that. My friendship with her is two covers, one interview, spanning about 6 or 7 years. I'm not her best friend, nor the insider. The source of my gossip information is the same as everyone else.
Zhang Ziyi, whom I know, is a very intelligent girl, who is very rare in her reputation. She is not the kind of person who creates gossip for herself in order to publicize her works. Today, Zhang Ziyi is the biggest victim.
I think it's not easy for our country to have an international beauty spokesperson! Do Americans condemn Marilyn Monroe? While spreading her gossip, Americans are very proud that such a woman who can represent the global sexy charm was born in their own country. They will not make moral judgment on Monroe. The French have always been very tolerant of their presidents and stars, but we Chinese, who are famous internationally, who do we like to smash? Why?
As for the so-called "celebrities", I always think that there is no crowd in the public imagination. There are celebrities in Britain, in America and not in China. Our values are temporary, temporary and practical, and our wealth is rapid and transient.
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