My name is David Wolf. I lived in China for two decades and currently divide my time between Beijing, Shanghai, and the US West Coast. My day job is serving as Partner, Asia and the Managing Director of the Global China Practice of Allison+Partners, a San Francisco-based international public relations firm, and in my spare time I’m a technologist, futurist, author, speaker, and amateur historian. My full bio is here.
About Silicon Hutong
My goal here is simple: I want you to feel like each visit you make to this site – or each time you read a post on your RSS reader – is time and effort well spent. My focus is on business in and with China generally, but I tend to focus on several areas:
- Technology and the innovative industries;
- Media, entertainment, and the creative industries;
- Communications and marketing; and
- The role of policy and international affairs in all of the above.
I have strong opinions about a lot of things, but as an old sergeant told me once, opinions are like armpits – everyone has a couple, and they all stink. The web has proven as much. For that reason, I will opine only on those topics where I assume (humbly, of course) that I bring an informed point of view to the table, but I will not hold forth just to watch myself type: I promise to do so only when I have something to say that might offer insight.
Disclaimer: Just to be clear: any opinions expressed in the articles and comments in this blog are mine alone and are not those of my employer, my clients, my family, my affiliated organizations, or my pet rock.