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Toni-Matti Karjalainen
Academic Research Fellow
Helsinki

“I see Universities as great contact networks and impartial embassies between different countries”

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“Roundtables bring different people from different countries and industries together to talk, that is the beginning of every possibility.”

Cheung Fai
Founder/Chairman, Fever Cultural Group
Beijing

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Enforcing the copyright laws is now starting to happen in China

Ed Peto
Music Market Specialist, Beijing

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Interview with Nevin Domer

Nevin Domer
COO, Maybe Mars
Beijing

“Most people in Europe and in the US don’t know much about Asian bands – besides bands from Japan.”

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“The jazz festival audience is a lot younger in Indonesia compared to Europe or the US.”

Paul Dankmeyer
Artistic Director
Jakarta

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Interview with Pelle Lidell

Pelle Lidell
A&R Manager
Stockholm

“You have to be one with your fans in order to succeed.”

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“This is not just a collaboration between two singers, it's a collaboration between two cultures and two beautiful countries.”

Zhu Jing & Saara Aalto

China / Finland

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Everyone is looking to bring their music abroad

Xavier Norindr
CEO, Crosslight Global Entertainment, France

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Rob Schwartz
Billboard Magazine, Fusion For Peace Productions
Tokyo

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Interview with Chung Shefong

Chung Shefong
Trees Music & Art
Taipei

“People don't often have the will to understand the others”

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Building concepts is important in all parts of the creative industry

Bojan Boskovic
MAD, Belgrade

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“A lot of the Chinese bands are new and different.”

Tobias Wälti
Miro China
Zürich

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