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 6 years, 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.
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Tslil holds a B.A. in International Relations and East Asia Studies from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and an M.A in Communication from Nanjing University. Currently serving as the IsCham Israel Office Manager, she is deeply involved in the management of the chamber’s media, PR and events. Previously, Tslil worked as the Social Media Manager for the Israeli Embassy in Beijing and as a marketing and assistant consultant in SIT China, Shanghai. Prior to that she dedicated herself to social entrepreneurship, managed a collaboration program between JDC and Corporate Social Responsibility programs, and served as a PR and Media adviser for The Israeli Center for Social Justice.
Having worked and studied in Israel, Canada, England and China, as well as traveled to numerous countries, Tslil considers herself an “international student of cultures”. Her experience, combined with interpersonal skills and curiosity, enabled her to develop a comprehensive approach in life and for innovative solutions in particular
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Iris Kastoriano is the IsCham Shanghai Office Manager. She holds a B.A. in Health systems management, and a Master’s degree in Business Management (MBA) from The Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, and a Master’s degree in law studies (MA) from Bar Ilan University, Israel. Currently, Iris is a DBA candidate (Doctor of Business administration) at the International School of Management (ISM), France.
Iris has lived in Shanghai with her family for the last 8 years. In Israel, Iris worked as a head purchaser in the public healthcare sector. Before that, she worked at an import company as a brand manager.
Her life and work experience, along with her academic knowledge, enables Iris to promote Israeli companies in China and connect them with the relevant Chinese entities that are essential for success. Iris believes that combining China’s determination to acquire technological solutions and Israel’s profusion of tech companies will generate a great synergy and cooperation between the two countries.
During the last years, Yogev was living and working in Shenzhen, taking part in some projects with well-known tech companies. During that period, he gained practical knowledge and fostered good relationships with key people and leading companies in different industries.
Yogev is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and possesses a substantive knowledge concerning China. He writes articles and posts, among them a cover story on Haaretz magazine.
Yogev serves as the Shenzhen office manager of the Israeli Chamber of Commerce.
Jingyi Dong graduated of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem with a M.A. in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies. She serves as the Members Relationship Manager of IsCham since 2019. Prior to that she worked in Guangdong Technion – Israel Institute of Technology (GTIIT) as Chancellor’s Office Assistant. She also previously interned at Burson & Marsteller (Guangzhou Office), a pioneering PR agency.
Having studied and worked in Israeli institutions, Jingyi dedicates herself to making China – Israel cooperation bloom. She believes that IsCham serves as a unique platform to achieve this goal.
Outside of work, Jingyi enjoys travel and recently became a fitness enthusiast. She speaks fluent Chinese and English and previously studied Portuguese in college and has a special passion for languages.
Dale graduated from Sichuan International Studies University with an M.A. in 2019, majoring in International Relations. During her postgraduate studies, she participated in a graduate certificate program at Nanjing University, and in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University, from September 2017 to September 2018. As a student body government representative at the Hopkins-Nanjing Centre, she has a rich experience organizing a variety of student activities and events.
She speaks fluent Chinese, English and some Spanish. She enjoys interacting with various people with different fascinating thoughts. Before joining IsCham, she accumulated work experience at the Indian Embassy in Beijing. Driven by curiosity about Israel and a vision for creative international Sino-Israeli cooperation, she has joined IsCham, where she dedicates herself to promoting meaningful cooperation between Israel and China.
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