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Tuesday, May 21, 2024

[In-person] Jockey Club Hall, Asia Society Hong Kong Center


08:30 Registration

09:00 Opening Remarks

09:15 Keynote Session: The Search for Converging Interests

10:15 First Panel Discussion: The International Economic System

11:25 Second Panel Discussion: 21st Century Diplomacy

12:30 Break; End of program for seminar-only attendees

12:45 Lunch

13:15 Fireside Chat

14:00 End


The morning seminar is free of charge and open to the public. Registration required.


Lunch and Fireside Chat Tickets:


Speakers and panelists: Complimentary

ASHK Members: HKD 580

Non-Members: HKD 680


To purchase more than two lunch tickets, please contact programhk@asiasociety.org.hk.

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The Centre on Contemporary China and the World (CCCW) at the University of Hong Kong and Asia Society Hong Kong Center (ASHK) are proud to present Trans-Pacific Legacies: a program in memory of Dr. Jeffrey A. Bader and Dr. David Dollar, two individuals who dedicated their careers to improving and advancing political and economic relations between China and the United States, making outstanding contributions to the field of China studies and in the lives of many friends and colleagues along the way.


Following opening remarks, a keynote panel will discuss the importance of people to people exchanges, constructive engagement, and finding pathways to overcome obstructions in the Sino-US relationship.


The second panel discussion will concentrate on Dr. Dollar's area of expertise - the international economic system - and feature a discussion among elite experts and former colleagues of Dr. Dollar's who have spent their careers focused on China's economy and US-China economic relations.


The third panel will turn to Dr. Bader's career focus with a discussion on 21st century diplomacy featuring his former colleagues from Washington and former counterparts from China on the current state of US-China relations and how to manage competition and contention between the two great powers.


The seminar will be followed by a ticketed lunch featuring a fireside chat discussion focused on how individuals and organizations can help to strengthen and improve Sino-US relations.

May 21, 2024

8:30 AM - 2:00 PM GMT+8

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The Hong Kong Jockey Club Hall, Asia Society Hong Kong Center 香港賽馬會廳, 亞洲協會香港中心
9 Justice Drive, Admiralty, Hong Kong
金鐘正義道9號

Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR (China)

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Speakers

  • Ronnie C. CHAN (Honorary Chair at Hang Lung Group Limited and its subsidiary Hang Lung Properties Limited)

    Ronnie C. CHAN

    Honorary Chair at Hang Lung Group Limited and its subsidiary Hang Lung Properties Limited

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  • Bert HOFMAN (Honorary Senior Fellow on Chinese Economy at Asia Society Policy Institute's Center for China Analysis)

    Bert HOFMAN

    Honorary Senior Fellow on Chinese Economy at Asia Society Policy Institute's Center for China Analysis

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  • Yiping HUANG (PKU Boya Distinguished Professor, Dean of the National School of Development, and Director of the Institute of Digital Finance at Peking University)

    Yiping HUANG

    PKU Boya Distinguished Professor, Dean of the National School of Development, and Director of the Institute of Digital Finance at Peking University

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  • Qingguo JIA (Professor and former Dean of the School of International Studies at Peking University)

    Qingguo JIA

    Professor and former Dean of the School of International Studies at Peking University

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  • Liqun JIN (President and Chair of the Board of Directors at Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank)

    Liqun JIN

    President and Chair of the Board of Directors at Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

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  • Cheng LI (Founding Director of Centre on the Governance of China and the World at the University of Hong Kong)

    Cheng LI

    Founding Director of Centre on the Governance of China and the World at the University of Hong Kong

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  • Michael O'HANLON (Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy at Brookings Institution)

    Michael O'HANLON

    Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy at Brookings Institution

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  • Heiwai TANG (Victor and William Fung Professor in Economics, Director of the Asia Global Institute and Associate Dean (External Relations) of the Business School at The University of Hong Kong (HKU).)

    Heiwai TANG

    Victor and William Fung Professor in Economics, Director of the Asia Global Institute and Associate Dean (External Relations) of the Business School at The University of Hong Kong (HKU).

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  • John L. THORNTON (Global Co-Chair at Asia Society Board of Trustees)

    John L. THORNTON

    Global Co-Chair at Asia Society Board of Trustees

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  • Susan A. THORNTON (Senior Fellow at Yale Law School Paul Tsai China Center)

    Susan A. THORNTON

    Senior Fellow at Yale Law School Paul Tsai China Center

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  • Tao WANG (Head of Asia Economic Research at UBS Investment Bank)

    Tao WANG

    Head of Asia Economic Research at UBS Investment Bank

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  • Dennis WILDER (Senior Fellow with the Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues at Georgetown University)

    Dennis WILDER

    Senior Fellow with the Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues at Georgetown University

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  • Y.C. Richard WONG (Chair of Economics and Philip Wong Kennedy Wong Professor in Political Economy at The University of Hong Kong)

    Y.C. Richard WONG

    Chair of Economics and Philip Wong Kennedy Wong Professor in Political Economy at The University of Hong Kong

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  • Geng XIAO (President at Hong Kong Institution for International Finance)

    Geng XIAO

    President at Hong Kong Institution for International Finance

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  • Lan XUE (Dean of Schwarzman College at Tsinghua University)

    Lan XUE

    Dean of Schwarzman College at Tsinghua University

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  • Dali L. YANG (William C. Reavis Professor of Political Science at The University of Chicago)

    Dali L. YANG

    William C. Reavis Professor of Political Science at The University of Chicago

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  • Tao ZHANG (Chief Representative at Bank for International Settlements)

    Tao ZHANG

    Chief Representative at Bank for International Settlements

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Lunch Menu

White Asparagus & Burrata Cheese (v)

Radish, Snow Pea Puree, Parmesan Cracker, Truffle Oil


*****


Pan-Seared Sea Bream Fillet

Crab Meat & Mushroom Dashi, Potato Mashed

or

Braised Miso Portobello Mushroom (v)

Grilled Baby Gem, Buckwheat Rice, Tofu Dressing


*****


Yuzu Sorbet & Jelly

Served with Aloe Vera & Mango Pearl


Coffee / Tea

Tickets

Ticket for Seminar Only
Complimentary
Ticket for Lunch & Fireside Chat (Sold Out)
Member Price HKD 580
Standard Price HKD 680

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