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The current state of US-China relationship is shaped by mutual distrust and strategic rivalry. But perhaps decades from now, historians will judge this period of time as the lowest point in the course of 2 centuries of bilateral engagement; and the overall relationship would be characterized as positive and constructive.

The bilateral relationship over the next decade will likely remain highly competitive and at times adversarial. As the up-and-coming China watchers succeed the current generation, how will US-China relationship fare? What will be the driving forces shaping future relationship between the Eagles and the Dragon?

Please join a group of young China watchers including Matt Sheehan, Zak Dychtwald and Lizzi Leeas they will discuss how the world's most important bilateral relationship will be redefined.


Zak Dychtwald (Author of Young China; Founder at Young China Group)

Zak Dychtwald

Author of Young China; Founder at Young China Group

Lizzi Lee (Broadcast Journalist at Wall St TV)

Lizzi Lee

Broadcast Journalist at Wall St TV

Matt Sheehan (Fellow, Asia Program at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)

Matt Sheehan

Fellow, Asia Program at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Margaret Loo (Moderator) (China Affairs & Content Manager at AmCham)

Margaret Loo (Moderator)

China Affairs & Content Manager at AmCham

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Member PriceHKD 120.-


Public PriceHKD 250.-