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Hong Kong's Future: Autonomy and the Road to 2017

Business of Asia
Hong Kong from Victoria Peak. (chensiyuan/wikimedia.org)

Luncheon and Special Briefing Featuring
a Delegation of Hong Kong Business Leaders

Hong Kong is now in the midst of a heated and spirited conversation about how its Chief Executive is to be selected in 2017. The election may be the first exercise in universal suffrage in the former British colony's 175 years of existence. What will the outcome of the debate have on Hong Kong's status as a Special Autonomous Region of China? Can Hong Kong preserve its rule of law? And does the United States have an interest in how Hong Kong voters will decide?

Join us as we welcome this year's delegation from the Better Hong Kong Foundation to a special luncheon to talk about the issues at stake. The delegation is headed by Asia Society Co-Chair Ronnie Chan, who will be joined by Johnny Mok, Senior Counsel and a member of the Basic Law Committee appointed by the National People's Congress of China. Asia Society Executive Vice President Tom Nagorski will moderate.

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This year's Better Hong Kong Foundation delegation will include:

Ronnie Chan, Executive Committee Chairman, BHKF/ Chairman, Hang Lung Properties Ltd
Johnny Mok, Member, Basic Law Committee of the Hong Kong SAR / Senior Counsel, Hong Kong SAR
Philip Ma, Council Member, BHKF / Deputy Chairman & CEO, The Sincere Co Ltd
John Lee, Council Member, BHKF / Managing Director, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Andrew Yao, Council Member, BHKF / Chairman, Van Shung Chong Holdings Ltd
Karen Tang, Executive Director, BHKF
Jimmie Chow, Communications Manager, BHKF

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Event Details

Fri 27 Jun 2014
12:30pm - 2:00pm

725 Park Avenue
New York, NY

Members: $25; students/seniors: $30; nonmembers: $35
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