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2018-02-07 名人演讲

  解读入股IMAX的原因

  20xx年04月17日

  4月16日,娱乐影视技术及应用系统提供商IMAX Corporation(以下简称“IMAX公司”)CEO理查德·葛尔方与华人文化产业投资基金(CMC)董事长黎瑞刚、方源资本总裁唐葵在京共同启动了IMAX中国(控股)公司的运作。

  根据此前的公开披露,IMAX公司向华人文化产业投资基金和方源资本出售IMAX中国(控股)20%股权,CMC和方源资本各支付4000万美元,分今年及明年两期付款。

  黎瑞刚表示,短期内没有推动IMAX中国上市的计划,目前主要是协助IMAX在中国的业务取得快速发展,同时也希望能借此开展更多的国际合作。整个行业的体系性建设很重要,例如从创意、法律、质量管理体系、融资渠道、技术、研发等各个方面,在中国建立全面完整的电影工业产业链。中国电影工业有较大的增长空间。

  此前有媒体报道称,IMAX中国(控股)旨在于香港上市,如果未能在香港上市或内地出现更好机会,则会转向中国内地,如上海证券交易所。

  作为IMAX股权接盘方,华人文化产业投资基金引人关注,黎瑞刚还担任新组建的上海文化广播影视集团有限公司总裁。

  在谈到为什么选择IMAX作为合作伙伴时,黎瑞刚昨天表示,“几乎所有的电影娱乐公司都会和IMAX合作,IMAX一直把给观众最好的视觉体验作为首要宗旨。虽然本身不创造内容,但IMAX对资源整合的能力,大家还是有目共睹的.。”

  黎瑞刚说,作为一家文化产业基金公司,我们希望得到的不仅仅是优秀的资产回报,更期待的是实现IMAX和中国电影行业的双赢。

  IMAX首席执行官理查德·葛尔方则表示,出售IMAX中国公司(控股)股权并不会获得更多的政策优势,中国是个复杂且多变的市场,对于敏感的中国传媒行业,引进中国投资者可以帮助IMAX更好地了解本地市场动态;同时,IMAX期待在中国加强与政府和行业的关系。中国市场的增长潜力依然很大;中国投资者的加入有利于加快并实现其在中国地区的扩张。

  理查德·葛尔方长期居住在纽约。他在接受媒体采访时表示,在纽约,人们也在讨论进入中国电影市场的可能性,相信不久的未来,会有更多的资本进入中国。

  黎瑞刚也认为,未来几年,肯定会有越来越多的资本进入到中国电影领域。没有华尔街,就没有好莱坞。中国也一样,有一个成熟的金融市场,文化产业才会快速走向繁荣。

  理查德·葛尔方同样看好中国电影市场的前景,“我们会借助我们的全球影院网络平台将更多的中国本土电影输送到其他国家市场。”

  黎瑞刚认为,中国影视娱乐产业的发展正处于历史性的关键阶段,此次对IMAX的投资,将有效带动中国电影在拍摄、制作、放映和高端家庭影视娱乐等产业关键环节的持续创新,促进国内影视娱乐产业的系统性提升,进而推动中国优质影视娱乐内容产品进入全球市场。

  葛尔方表示,从刚刚进入中国到现在,IMAX已逐步发展成为一个庞大的影院网络和文化交流平台。对于IMAX来说,中国市场的增长潜力依然很大;中国投资者的加入有利于加快并实现其在中国地区的扩张、发展。

  据IMAX年报显示,2013年包含港澳台在内的大中华区市场贡献的收入从2012年的4492万美元增长到了5648万美元,同比增长25.7%。IMAX全球收入增长了1.8%至2.88亿美元。如果剔除在中国的收益,IMAX实际上去年面临负增长的形势。

  截至去年底,IMAX在中国总共拥有173块银幕,而美国目前拥有的IMAX巨幕是380块。葛尔方表示,未来中国的银幕数量将提高至250块

  米希尔北大演讲

  Ni hao. It is such a pleasant and an honor to be here with all of you at this great university…Thank you so much for having me.

  And before I get started today, on behalf of myself and my husband, I just want to say a few very brief words about Malaysian(sic) Airline Flight 370. As my husband has said, the United States is offering as many resources as possible to assist in the search.

  And please know that we are keeping all the families and loved ones of those on this flight in our thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time.

  And with that, I want to start by recognizing our news Ambassador to China Ambassador Baucus…President Wang…Chairman Zhu…Vice President Li. Director Cueller, Professor Oi and the Stanford center…President Sexton from New York University which has an excellent study abroad program in Shanghai…and John Thorton, Director of the Global Leadership Program at Tsinghua University…thank you all so much for joining us.

  And I’m here today because I know that our future depends on connections like these among your people like you across the globe.

  That’s why when my husband and I travel abroad, we don't just visit palaces and parliaments and meet with heads of state.

  Because we believe that relationships between nations are not just about relationship between governments or leaders…they’re about relationships between people, particularly our young people.

  So we view study abroad programs not just as an educational opportunity f or students…but also as a vital part of America’s foreign policy.

  You see, through the wonders of modern technology, our world is more connected than ever before.

  Ideas can cross ocean with the click of a button.

  So studying abroad isn’t just a fun way to spend a semester-it’s quickly becoming the key to success in our global economy.

  Because getting ahead in today’s workplaces isn’t just about getting good grades or test scores in school…it’s also about having real experience with the world beyond your borders - experience with languages, cultures and societies very different from your own.

  Or, as the Chinese saying goes: “It is better to travel ten thousand miles than

  to read ten thousand books.”

  But let’s be clear, studying abroad is about so much more than improving your own future - it’s also about shaping the future of your countries and of the world we all share.

  Because when it comes to the defining challenges of our time - whether it’s climate change, or economic opportunity, or the spread of nuclear weapons...these are shared challenges.

  No one country can confront them alone...the only way forward is together. Because that’s how you develop that habit of cooperation - you do it by improving yourself in someone’s culture…by learning each other’s stories…and by getting past the stereotypes and misconceptions that too often divide us.

  And that’s how you realize that we all have a stake in each other’s success - that cures discovered here in Beijing could save lives in America…the clean energy technologies from Silicon Valley in California could improve the environment here in China…that the architecture of an ancient temple in Xi’an could inspire the design of new buildings in Dallas or Detroit.

  She and her colleagues published papers together in top science journals…and they both research partnerships that lasted long after they returned to their home countries.

  Professor Niu Ke fromPeking University was Fulbright Scholar in the U. S. last year…and he reported, and I quote, “the most memorable experience were with my American friends. ”

  These lasting bonds represent the true value of studying abroad…and I am thrilled that more and more students are getting this opportunity.

  China is currently the fifth most popular destination for Americans studying abroad.

  But still, too many students never have this chance…and some that do are hesitant to take it.

  They may feel like study abroad is only for wealthy students, or students from certain kinds of universities.

  My parent didn’t get to attend college, and I was focused on getting into a university and earning my degree so I could get a job and support myself.

  And for a lot of young people like me who are struggling to afford a regular semester of school paying for plane tickets or living expense halfway around the world just isn’t possible.

  Our hope is to build connections between people of all races and socioeconomic backgrounds because it is that diversity that makes our country so vibrant and strong…and our study abroad programs should reflect the true spirit of America to the world.

  That’s why, when my husband visited China back in 2009, he announced our 100,000 Strong initiative to increase the number and diversity of American students studying in China.

  We’re sending high school, colleges and graduate students here to study Chinese…we’re inviting teachers from China to teach Mandarin in American schools...we’re providing free online advising for students in China who want to study in the U.S…and the U.S.-China Fulbright program is still going strong with more than 3,000 alumni.

  For example, Steve Schwarzman, the head of an American company called Blackstone, is funding a new program at Tsinghua University modeled on the Rhodes Scholarship.

  Take the example of Royale Nicholson from Cleveland,Ohiowho attends New York University’s program in Shanghai.

  Of his experience studying in China, he said, “study abroad is a powerful vehicle for people-to-people exchange as we move into a new era of citizen diplomacy.”

  “a new era of citizen diplomacy ”- I couldn’t have said it better myself, because that’s really what I’m talking about...I’m talking about ordinary citizen reaching out to the world.

  And as I always tell young people back in America, you don’t need to get on a plane to by a citizen diplomacy.

  I tell them that if you have an internet in your home, school, or library, within seconds, you can be transported anywhere in the world and meet people on every continent.

  That’s why I’m posting a daily travel blog with videos and photos of my experiences in china - because I want young people in America to be part of this visit.

  And that’s why it is so important for information and ideas to flow freely over

  the internet and through the media.

  Because that’s how we discover the truth...that’s how we learn what’s really happening in our communities, our country and our world.

  And that’s how we decide which values and ideas we think are best - by questioning and debating them vigorously…by listening to all sides of every argument...and by judging for ourselves.

  My husband and I are on the receiving and of plenty of questioning and criticizing from our media and our fellow citizens...and it’s not always easy...but we wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world.

  Because time and again, we have seen that countries are stronger and more prosperous when the voices and opinions of all their citizens can be heard. But when it comes to expressing yourself freely, and worshipping as your choose, and having open access to information – we believe those are universal rights that are the birthright of every person on this planet.

  And as you learn about new cultures and form new friendships during your time here in China and in the United States, all of you are the living, breathing embodiment of those values.

  So I guarantee you that in studying abroad, you’re not just changing your own life…you’re changing the lives of everyone you meet.

  As the great American President John F. Kennedy once said about foreign students studying in theU.S., “I think they teach more than they learn.”

  And every day, you remind us of just how much we can achieve if we reach across borders…and learn to see ourselves in each other…and confront our shared challenges with shared resolve.

  And I hope you’ll keep teaching each other…and learning from each other…and building bonds of friendship that will eich your lives and eich our world for decades to come.

  You all have so much to offer, and I cannot wait to see all that you achieve together in the years ahead.

  Thank you so much. Xie Xie.

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