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Save the dateNovember 14, 201912:00 PM - 1:45 PM GMT+8 Add to Calendar
Venue Location
Venue Location

The American Chamber of Commerce in HK

1904 Bank of America Tower, 12 Harcourt Road
Central, Hong Kong SAR (China)

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In the past, American companies have repeatedly voiced their concerns over Chinese piracy of American intellectual property, a practice which has cost the Americans billions of dollars. However, in recent years, an opposite phenomenon is arising: China has become a global trendsetter in innovation & tech, retail and e-commerce "by working harder, innovating faster and going global." From indigenous innovation to Made in China 2025, China is poised to become a global leader in innovation and technology, directly challenging the current landscape dominated by the US.

What is China's secret strategy and its implications for the western world? What are the global impacts of 'splinternet,' one dominated by China and the other by the US? In this luncheon event, a panel of experts share their analyses from a multidimensional perspective.

  • First 25 minutes for networking
  • Light lunch will be served

  • Rebecca Fannin (Founder of Silicon Dragon)

    Rebecca Fannin

    Founder of Silicon Dragon

  • Jenny Lee (Chief Product Officer at WeLab Holdings)

    Jenny Lee

    Chief Product Officer at WeLab Holdings

  • Johan Nylander (freelancing China and Asia correspondent)

    Johan Nylander

    freelancing China and Asia correspondent

  • David Chao (Moderator) (Global Market Strategist, Asia Pacific at Invesco)

    David Chao (Moderator)

    Global Market Strategist, Asia Pacific at Invesco



Member Price HKD 390


HKD 550

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