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China Business Committee presents: Is it Really the End of China’s Rise?
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When: Monday, May 29, 2017
12:00PM to 2:00PM
Where: Diamond Room, CUHK: MBA Town Centre
Unit B, 1/F, Bank of America Tower
12 Harcourt Road
Central
Hong Kong
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China Business Committee presents:
 
Is it Really the End of China’s Rise?
Date: Monday, May 29, 2017
Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Venue:


Diamond Room, CUHK: MBA Town Centre
Unit B, 1/F, Bank of America Tower
12 Harcourt Road
Central, Hong Kong

Price:

Members: HK$150
Non-Members: HK$250

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About the Event
Has China's sustained meteoric rise come to an unexpectedly quick end? Has the promise of economic reform, an urbanizing middle class, domestic demand, and government policy that encourages globalization and innovation been extinguished? Has optimism been thwarted by the resurgence of policy conservatism, protection of state owned enterprises, currency controls,economic nationalism, control of the internet and the return of an investment-driven growth model that is fuelling debt? Or is this the next chapter of naysayers and pessimists underestimating China’s ability to adapt and to transform? Will economic reforms be intensified after the 19thParty Congress, under a strengthened and more confident President and capitalizing on the strength of the growing services sector, domestic consumption, “One Belt One Road” and productivity inducing innovation?

To help us navigate these complex and often contradictory forces, join CanCham On May 29th for a panel discussion featuring two widely recognized China practitioners and thinkers.
About the Speakers:

Jong Lee

Chairman and Managing Director, RGL Holdings, Ltd

Founder & Chairman, Bonham Strand


Jong Lee has spent over 20 years building, reinventing and advising businesses as a founder, executive, strategist, investor and attorney in the United States, Asia and Europe.  Prior portfolio companies include Nexon, Starbucks (China), MTV Japan, Good Morning Securities (Korea) and SMIC (China).

His current areas of focus include a portfolio of early stage technology companies, social enterprises, education initiatives and business turnarounds in Asia, the U.S. and Europe.  Jong’s strategic advisory clients are primarily multinational corporations and governments.  Jong recently led RGL’s founding of Caswell, a first of its kind 200 acre campus in Los Angeles for innovation, creation and resolution and the recapitalization, restructuring and turnaround of Hanson Robotics.  Jong led RGL’s founding of Bonham Strand, an award winning bespoke apparel social enterprise reaching out to disenfranchised master tailors, displaced garment workers and youth fighting drug addiction, Hong Kong Commons, a leading co-work and incubator platform and Lots of Buttons, the world’s largest online button and crafts retailer that actively recruits and hires displaced merchandisers in Hong Kong.  Other portfolio company focus areas include cybersecurity, O2O consumables, big data and robotics.

Jong’s enterprise and multinational experience in the US and across Asia ranges from many leveraged buyout transactions for leading private equity firms including KKR and Blackstone, strategic advisory for and joint ventures with Fortune 500 companies and turnarounds and restructurings for both private and publicly listed businesses.  As an attorney and as a commercial client, Jong has been involved in a range of civil litigation, arbitration and mediation matters in the United States, Korea, Japan and Hong Kong.

Jong earned his Juris Doctor degree from Columbia University where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, an honors graduate of the Parker School of International Law and founding Editor in Chief of the Columbia Law School Journal of Asian Law.  He graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania with degrees in Bioengineering and Political Science.  Jong was admitted to the New York Bar in 1996 and still actively maintains his license primarily to provide pro bono legal assistance on select matters.  Jong is co-curator of TEDxHongKong and TEDxHongKongEducation, teaches business reinvention at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, regularly lectures at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong University and the City University of Hong Kong and served on the Intellectual Property Trading Working Committee for the Hong Kong Government.

Jong is frequently invited to speak around the world on geopolitical macro-economics, social entrepreneurship, innovation and the impact of big data, AI and robotics in the marketplace.  Recent engagements include the Nobel Laureates Symposium, the Pictet Global Entrepreneurship Summit, Wharton Business Radio, the Russian Economic Forum, DLD (Munich), Pioneers Festival (Vienna), Europas (London), the Wall Street Journal, the Greater China Intellectual Property Symposium, the American Chamber of Commerce (HK) and the Hong Kong Department of Justice.  Jong also speaks at private events organized or hosted by leading MNCs.

Qing Wang
President, Shanghai Chongyang Investment Management Co., Ltd.

Before joining Chongyang Investment in April 2013, Dr. Wang was Managing Director and Deputy Head of the Investment Banking Department at China International Capital Corporation (CICC). Prior to that, he served as the Managing Director for Morgan Stanley, where Dr. Wang’s team was ranked No. 1 by Institutional Investors for two consecutive years.

Starting in 1999, Dr Wang spent 6 years as an
economist working at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington, D.C., where he was responsible for strengthening and implementing IMF’s policy surveillance framework in member countries such as Asia, Eastern Europe and the Middle East. With his expertise in the area, this led him t
o serving as the Chief Economist for Greater China between 2007- 2011, and as the Head of Economics & Investment Strategy for Greater China at Bank of America.

Dr. Wang holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Maryland at College Park, USA with a concentrated in International Economics and Public Finance. He also holds a B.A. in economics and an M.A. in Macro-Economic Management from Renmin University of China.
 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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