Luncheon with Donald Tsang
Is Hong Kong still the safest and best vantage entry point for business with China?
In the face of mainland cities such as Shanghai and Shenzhen becoming more accessible to overseas investors, this presentation will explore Hong Kong’s endeavors to differentiate itself and maintain its place as the "go-to" location for China entry.
Donald Tsang has been the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China since 2005. Prior to this role he was the Chief Secretary for Administration of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, the leading Principal Official to support the Chief Executive in administering Hong Kong and to advise him on matters of policy.
Tsang has been a recognized keynote speaker at many public events, including the 12th Asian Investment Conference, the SMU Leadership in Asia Public Lecture Series and several of the Asian Financial Forums. He also performed the opening address at the Public Sector Reform Conference 2010.
We hope you can join us and Donald Tsang at this special event.
When: Friday, 17 June 2011
Time: 12:00 – 2:00 pm
Where: Sofitel, 25 Collins Street Melbourne
Cost: Member (Asia Society/Asialink, leaders, Alumni) - $121; Non-member - $143; Corporate table - $1980
RSVP: Sam Allen, Phone: 613 8344 0189
In conjunction with Asialink and supported by the Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office