Author: Ken Rhee
Ken Rhee is chief executive officer of Huhan Business Advisory, based in Shanghai, and is ULI chief representative for mainland China.
Articles by Ken Rhee
- UL Interview: Vincent Lo, Chairman of Shui On Land, on Addressing COVID-19
Published on June 08, 2020 in Asia Pacific
Kenneth Rhee, executive director of ULI China Mainland, spoke with ULI leader Vincent Lo, chairman of Shui On Land, about his thoughts on the near-term impact of COVID-19 on China’s real estate market and how the urban environment and real estate industry will change.
- How Buildings and Social Interaction May Have Influenced South Korea’s COVID-19 Outbreak
Published on April 10, 2020 in COVID-19: Industry Insights
As COVID-19 continues to spread around the globe, people are struggling to establish best practices for themselves and their communities. Amid a cacophony of hearsay and contradictory directives, there are timely and verified real data from South Korea (a country that, as of early April, seemingly had passed its peak of infections) that can provide guidance to policymakers and building owners as well as the general public.
- Jeonju Hanok Village: South Korea’s Heritage Showcase
Published on July 01, 2019 in Development
Public and private investment reclaimed the area’s cultural heritage. Increased tourism now challenges its authenticity.
- Shanghai, Shenzhen, Beijing Lead Prospects in ULI’s China Cities Survey
Published on October 03, 2016 in Capital Markets
Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Beijing hold the best prospects for real estate development and investment in Mainland China, according to a new report from ULI Asia Pacific.
- ULI Chinese Mainland Meeting Highlights Tech Entrepreneurship
Published on December 22, 2015 in Inside ULI
The role of entrepreneurs in transforming cities and the impact new technologies are having on how buildings are designed, constructed, and managed were two major topics at the ULI Chinese Mainland’s Winter Meeting, held in Shanghai in December.
- Anticipating the Correction of China’s Housing Bubble
Published on April 20, 2012 in Economy, Market & Trends
Unique conditions in mainland China could moderate the effects of a market correction, say Ken Rhee, CEO of Huhan Business Advisory in Shanghai and ULI’s chief representative for mainland China, and Chen Jie, executive director of the Center for Housing Policy Studies and associate professor at the Fudan University School of Management in Shanghai.