The Committee of 100 presents the fourth annual Greater China Conference, Common Ground: Building Trust for a New Era on December 5th in Hong Kong.
This year's Co-Chairs are Mr. Ronnie C. Chan, Chairman of Hang Lung Properties Limited Mr. Tony F. Chan, President of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Mr. Victor Fung, Group Chairman of Li & Fung Group Mr. Ya-Qin Zhang Corporate Vice President Microsoft Corporation
AmCham China members who enter AMCHAM on the online registration form will receive the non-profit discount of US $500 to attend the conference. Please note this price does not include entrance to the gala reception or dinner on December 4th.
Please register here http://conference.committee100.org/2011hk/index.php
Sponsorship opportunities and 10-person tables are also available during the conference and gala. To learn more please contact Su Cheng Harris-Simpson at email@example.com or 1370.100.9271
ABOUT THE CONFERENC "Common Ground: Building Trust for a New Era" is the theme of the Committee's Greater China Conference this December. The conference roundtables and topics mirror the 20th Annual Conference in New York City in May, with topics including the impact of China's ever more affluent consumers on the global economy, the internationalization of the Chinese yuan, China's burgeoning investments abroad, and educational partnerships with the U.S. Conference Co-Chairs Ronnie Chan, Tony Chan, Victor Fung, and Ya-Qin Zhang are currently planning the December 4 gala dinner and the full day conference on December 5.
ABOUT COMMITTEE OF 100 The Committee of 100 is a leadership organization of prominent Chinese Americans in business, government, academia, and the arts. For over 20 years, the Committee has served as a substantive bridge in the U.S.-China dialogue by fostering regular exchanges with the leadership of Beijing, Taipei, and Washington. Members of the Committee of 100 are leading U.S. citizens of Chinese descent who leverage their collective influence, resources and experiences to address important issues affecting U.S.-China relations as well as significant concerns of the Chinese American community.
Download the conference brochure below.
Island Shangri-La Hotel, Hong Kong Pacific Place Supreme Court Road Central, Hong Kong Beijing, China