Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Report Abuse   |   Sign In   |   Register
*WAITLIST* KPMG Presents: The CanCham China Series 2014 China's Third Plenum: Developments to Watch
Tell a Friend About This EventTell a Friend
*WAITLIST* KPMG Presents: The CanCham China Series 2014  China's Third Plenum: Developments to Watch

When: Monday, February 17, 2014
From 12:00pm until 2:00pm
Where: Conrad Hong Kong, Chatham Room, Level 7
Pacific Place, 88 Queensway
Admiralty, Admiralty 
Hong Kong
Contact: Amanda Ho

Online registration is closed.
« Go to Upcoming Event List  




Title Sponsor:

About the Event:

China's 3rd Plenum (more properly called the Third Plenary Session of the 18th CPC Central Committee) was concluded on November 12, 2013. It unveiled a comprehensive reform plan for the coming years. After the initial positive reaction, the market has remained somewhat skeptical about implementation, especially in the absence of a detailed timetable. What are the key developments to watch to get clarity on specific reform measures? What are likely to happen in the coming few years?
Gain insights on these issues at this exceptional event. Take the opportunity to learn from and interact with senior business executives, policy makers, experts and respected thought leaders through the keynote presentation followed by the highly interactive panel.

About the Panelists:
Peter Fung, 
Global Chair,
KPMG Global China Practice

Peter was trained and qualified in London before returning to China. In the past two decades in China, he has been in many roles within KPMG, including in-charges of large accounts, such as PetroChina, Sinopec and CITIC Pacific, regional head of audits and regional head of markets. Currently, he is the Global Chair of KPMG Global China Practice and is based in Beijing.


George Yuen Kam-Ho, 
Board Director, 
Visteon Corporation

Mr. Yuen is the former Chief Executive of The Better Hong Kong Foundation, a non-profit organization founded to enhance public confidence in Hong Kong with overseas business and political leaders, a position he held from September 1997 until August 2006. Prior to that, he was the Assistant Director/Acting Deputy Director of the Information Services Department of the Hong Kong Government. Mr. Yuen is active in many international business conferences and government and community activities, including being a Special Adviser of the China National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (PECC China), a member of The Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, Guangxi Autonomous Region, China.  

David Zweig, 
Chair Professor, Social Science 

David Zweig (Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1983) is Chair Professor of the Division of Social Science at The Hong Kong University of of Science and Technology, and Director of the Center on Environment, Energy, and Resource Policy. His research interests include China’s ‘resource diplomacy’, China’s human resources, Chinese politics and political economy, Sino-American relations, international and political economy, and East Asian international relations.  David is also the recipient of the University Grants Council Prestigious Fellowship for Humanities and Social Science for 2013-2014 and also had a Harvard University Post-doctoral Fellowship in 1984-86.


Andrew Work
Chief Executive Officer, Editor-In-Chief and Publisher
Harbour Times

Andrew Work is the Chief Executive Officer, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Harbour Times.  He has 25 years of experience at the intersection of business, media and politics.  He was the Executive Director of The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong from 2007 to 2012.  Prior to that, he founded The Lion Rock Institute, Hong Kong’s first independent economic public policy think tank.  Today it is a recognised voice influencing public policy debate and the public’s thinking on Hong Kong’s future. He has also worked with The Economist Group, Penton Media and Manager Media Group.  He worked with The Honourable Tom Siddon’s  office on Parliament Hill in his native Canada and began his political engagement at the age of 16.

Sign In
Sign In securely
Upcoming Events








Copyright © 2013 The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. All rights reserved.