Ariel Briskin graduated from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Department of East Asian Studies and Political Science. Prior to his studies, he completed his service in the Israeli Army as a Pilot Training Commander. Ariel has been living in China for the past 7years, during which he studied in Sichuan University, as well as managed an Israeli Company based in Guangdong for over 3 years. These days, Ariel Briskin serves in Beijing as the General Manager of the Israel Chamber of Commerce in China (IsCham), and strives to utilize IsCham as a leading platform to boost cooperation between China and Israel. Ariel speaks fluent Chinese, English, Hebrew and Russian.
Jin Xiaowei (Tony) graduated from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He has worked for famous enterprises such as Deloitte and CCB international. Now he is managing director of SoftYoung, who is the Executive Chairman of Shanghai IoT Chamber of Commerce, Chairman of AI branch of Shanghai Information Technology Chamber of Commerce, Vice-chairman of Informatization Youth Talent Association and member of IsCham. He was awarded the Innovation Prize of Shanghai Enterprise Management Modernization, selected into the "Leading Talents" program of MIIT, “Horizon Leading Talents” program of Tsinghua University, and also member of preparatory committee of China Technology Transfer Innovation Alliance.
Anton has been living, studying and working in the China market for more than 6 years. While doing his MBA at Nanjing University he moved to Shanghai and joined an Israeli start-up in its initial steps into the China market as their Shanghai Project Manager. That experience taught him a lot about the challenges Israeli companies face when entering China. After graduating he started working in the Chinese mobile gaming industry and has been working it in ever since. He now works for Lilith Games, one of the top gaming companies in China and top 15 global app publishers doing community management and user acquisition.
She successively served at a well-known foreign HR consulting company and Haier Strauss before she joined HCH in 2017. She is in charge of the overseas accelerator business sector.