AmeriChina Group is a public relations and business consulting firm assisting American businesses in establishing and expanding their brands in the contemporary Chinese marketplace and, in turn, connecting Chinese businesses and individuals with U.S. opportunities. The main service includes customized global study and experience trip, international event planning, and advertising and media relations.
AmeriChina team consists of a group of talented, unremitting, and dynamic young people graduated from Ivy League and top-tier Universities, with profound understanding and expertise of cross-cultural business and marketing between China and the United States.
As a modern business and cultural liaison across various cultures, AmeriChina dedicates to develop and maintain mutual beneficial relationship of all entities involved. Cooperation creates future.
Jingzhu (Margaret) Yang is a native of China a currently residing, working, and studying in New York City. A Columbia University Master’s Degree holder (Bachelor’s earned at Wuhan University in China), Ms. Yang is noteworthily both capable and comfortable in comprehending and consociating U. S. and Chinese business, cultural, and language distinctions.
In addition to her AmeriChina duties, Ms. Yang ever served as Business Development Manager and Special Editor for the Mandarin Communications Group’s highly regarded publication “Mandarin Quarterly.” from 2013 to 2014. Previously, as a contributor, she reported on politics, finance, and the arts both for the China Business News Network (CBN) and the New York Observer Media Group, specifically YUE Magazine. She is a board member of Columbia University CSSA-Entrepreneurship and Investment Club and was enrolled in two art-history and appreciation courses at the Sotheby Institute of Art on 2014 summer.
Ms. Yang’s abilities, however, are not confined to classrooms and/or business offices. Her awareness of and participation in myriad higher-level New York City social functions, conferences and events, whether hosted by Chinese or American entities, keep her informed, in touch, and in good standing with virtually every significant stratum of New York business and cultural activity.