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Further Opening Up to Meet New Challenges of Globalization

Sunday,Apr 14, 2019

The Center for China and Globalization (CCG), PRC Ministry of Commerce China Association of International Economic Cooperation (CAIEC) and United Nations China (UN China), in partnership with the Academy of Contemporary China and the World Studies (ACCWS), jointly held the 5th Annual China and Globalization Forum on April 14th, 2019 at the China World International Conference Center, Beijing.

Themed “Further Opening Up to Meet New Challenges of Globalization”, the forum saw hundreds of CCG Council Members, scholars, experts and key figures in political and business circles share their in-depth views and hold discussions on the most pressing issues facing China and globalization today. Over 300 guests conducted exchanges on China’s Reform and Opening-Up process, responses to the new challenges of globalization, enhancing global governance, the development of the multilateral trade system, and related areas of global concern.

On the eve of the forum, CCG also held the annual meeting of its Chairmen and Senior Council Members. This meeting summarized CCG’s work throughout 2018, with discussions held and guidance provided for the further development of CCG as a world-renowned think tank.


Further Opening Up to Meet New Challenges of Globalization

2018 marked the 40th anniversary of China’s Reform and Opening-Up. Throughout this time, China has gradually accepted and come to promote the process of globalization, enabling the Chinese economy to achieve unprecedented development and giving the nation a voice on the world stage. Organizations and initiatives such as the “Belt and Road”, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), BRICS and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization have all been instrumental in allowing emerging economies and developing countries to benefit from free trade and open markets and participate in the progression of globalization.

However, 2018 brought about many new challenges to the development of globalization. The intensification of anti-globalization sentiment and the spread of unilateralism and protectionism, coupled with rising global economic tensions and trade frictions, have posed severe challenges for the development of globalization, as well as the requirements of China’s globalization path.

The opening session of the forum was marked by speeches from Chen Deming, Former Minister of Commerce, President of MOFCOM China Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment (CAEFI), CCG Honorary Chair; Cui Mingmo, President of MOFCOM China Association for International Economic Cooperation (CAFIEC); H.E. Nicholas Rosellini, UN Resident Coordinator in China; and Gao Anming, Vice President of China Foreign Languages Publishing Administration. Wang Huiyao, President of Center for China and Globalization (CCG), Vice President of China Association for International Economic Cooperation (CAFIEC), hosted the opening session where he announced the opening of the forum and set this year’s theme in context.

To address specific subjects in need of attention, the forum held five sessions and two dining events honing in on certain areas and aspects of China’s opening and globalization. These events gathered top officials, Chinese and international political representatives, leading experts, scholars and key figures in the business community with expertise and knowledge on these topics to share their perspectives and guide debate.


The topics of the forum’s sessions proceeded as follows:

Main Session: Future Prospects of Opening-up and Globalization

Ambassadorial Roundtable: New Paths for International Cooperation Under the Belt and Road Initiative and Beyond

Luncheon Session: Technology and Global Governance: Creating a Shared Future or More Fractured World?

Sino US Think Tank Expert Roundtable: Escaping Thucydides' Trap - China, the United States, and the Trade Conflict Beyond

China Inbound Roundtable: Foreign Investment Law and New Prospects of FDI in China

China Outbound Roundtable: Chinese Outbound Investment in the Changing Context

Experts’ Evening Session: The Challenges of Global Governance and the Future of Multilateralism

The opening session of the forum was marked by speeches from Chen Deming, Former Minister of Commerce, President of MOFCOM China Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment (CAEFI), CCG Honorary Chair; Cui Mingmo, President of MOFCOM China Association for International Economic Cooperation (CAFIEC); H.E. Nicholas Rosellini, UN Resident Coordinator in China; and Gao Anming, Vice President of China Foreign Languages Publishing Administration. Wang Huiyao, President of Center for China and Globalization (CCG), Vice President of China Association for International Economic Cooperation (CAFIEC), hosted the opening session where he announced the opening of the forum and set this year’s theme in context.

In his speech, Chen Deming, former Minister of Commerce, President of MOFCOM China Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment (CAEFI), CCG Honorary Chair, noted the increasingly important role think tanks play in facilitating and progressing international exchanges. He expressed his hope for CCG to continue to nurture and build meaningful relationships and have in-depth exchanges with international think tanks, especially those in the U.S. and Europe, and provide suggestions, direction and objectives for China's further opening-up and development. Emphasizing the need for the deepening of China’s reforms, the former Minister of Commerce reiterated the importance of keeping pace with the times, stating the need to revise and improve the rules of multilateralism and the building of a new form of major power relations.


Cui Mingmo, President of MOFCOM China Association for International Economic Cooperation (CAFIEC), spoke of the achievements and economic growth of the People’s Republic of China since its establishment 70 years ago. Mr. Cui said that the upcoming second forum on Belt and Road International Cooperation and the recent passing of the Foreign Investment Law show that China’s open door will not close, but only open wider.


In his speech, H.E. Nicholas Rosellini, UN Resident Coordinator in China, said that globalization had reached a new stage and the world would face more serious challenges. He went on to say that globalization was a double-edged sword. On the one hand, it enhances the links between countries and promotes the development of the world economy. On the other hand, competition among countries is becoming increasingly fierce, with inequality and a widening gap between rich and poor, people have begun to seriously question the impact of globalization.

However, Mr. Rosellini identified that the tide of globalization is unstoppable, and that the solution is neither national protectionism nor conformity. He said that in the new stage of Globalization 4.0, all countries should unite and contribute to solving global problems and safeguarding the common interests of mankind.


Gao Anming, Vice President of China Foreign Languages Publishing Administration, said that this century will be a crucial period for think tanks and international communication organizations as the world faces unprecedented changes. He commented that leading organizations should look to harness the strategy put forward by Chinese President Xi Jinping at the closing ceremony of the Sino-French Global Governance Forum in Paris last month, to break four key deficits by harnessing the power of change and promoting the establishment of a more just, rational, inclusive and balanced global governance system.


In his welcoming remarks, Wang Huiyao, President of Center for China and Globalization (CCG), Vice President of China Association for International Economic Cooperation (CAFIEC), said that as China moves into a new phase of its Reform and Opening-Up, the world’s perception of China has also entered a new stage. Reviewing the past four China and Globalization Forums, the CCG President noted that discussions with leading figures from diverse backgrounds and unmatched expertise on crucial topics, such as those to be covered in this year’s forum, have critical importance and wide impact.


A Forward-Thinking Forum Examining the Prospects of China and Globalization


In the era of globalization 4.0, China will continue to open-up, actively promote a new phase of globalization, and provide the impetus for open development of the global economy. However, global governance is facing new challenges amidst currents of trade protectionism, unilateralism, trade frictions, and economic turbulence.


In this context, the Main Session set out to open discussions and share expert and insightful views on the future prospects of globalization and China’s role in the development of globalization. The Main Session, themed “Future Prospects of Opening-Up and Globalization”, gathered together the above mentioned opening speakers as well as many distinguished guest speakers, including Ronnie Chan, Chairman of Hang Lung Properties, CCG Co-Chair; Justin Vaïsse, Director-General of the Paris Peace Forum; Wang Shi, Founder of China Vanke, CCG Senior Vice Chair; and Xue Lan, Dean of Schwarzman College, Tsinghua University, CCG Expert Advisor.


The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) provides an important framework for deepening international cooperation. Recently, Italy signed an MOU with China, making it the first G7 country to officially support the BRI and Luxembourg followed suit soon after. The Ambassadorial Session, themed “New paths for international cooperation under the Belt and Road Initiative and Beyond”, gathered together a broad range of ambassadors and diplomats from embassies in China, as well as leading Chinese and international representatives, experts and academics to address what can be done to boost international support for the BRI, how the BRI can help support multilateralism and international cooperation, and strengthening third-party cooperation along the initiative.


The Ambassadorial Roundtable, hosted by CGTN Anchor Liu Xin, featured participants including H.E. Edward Boateng, Ambassador of Ghana to China; Giuseppe Crocetti, Chief of Mission, International Organization for Migration (IOM); Giuseppe Fedele, Minister Counselor/Deputy Head of Mission, Italian Embassy Beijing; William Klein, Minister Counselor for Political Affairs, U.S. Embassy Beijing; Hon. Lan Lijun, Director-General of China Foundation for International Studies (CFIS), Former Chinese Ambassador to Indonesia, Canada and Sweden; Hon. Terry Miller, Director of Center for International Trade and Economics, Heritage Foundation, Former US Ambassador to the United Nations; H.E. Eoin O'Leary, Ambassador of Ireland to China; H.E. Miguel Angel Ramirez Ramos, Ambassador of Cuba to China Johannes Regenbrecht, Minister and Deputy Head of Mission, German Embassy Beijing; H.E. Nicholas Rosellini, UN Resident Coordinator in China; and Hon. Su Ge, Chairman of China National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation, Former Chinese Ambassador to Iceland, CCG Advisor.


We live in an era of great change and adjustment. A wave of new technologies such as new media, AI and big data are transforming the way we live and work, redefining innovation and intensifying international competition. In the current period of global upheaval, our global governance system faces difficulties in responding effectively to these challenges.

Hosted by Ronnie Chan, Chairman of Hang Lung Properties and CCG Co-Chair, the Luncheon Session took the theme of “Technology and Global Governance: Creating a Shared Future or More Fractured World?” and confronted many big questions facing technology and its impact on global governance. Participants spoke on the use of technologicaladvancements to better humanity and human development, the establishment of a better, rational global governance system that integrates new technologies and some of the issues faced by Chinese and international technology companies.

Speakers at this session included Gao Min, President of Hempel Group, CCG Senior Council Member; Linda He, Chairperson and President of Wailian Overseas Consulting Group, CCG Vice Chair; James Liang, Co-founder and Executive Chairman of Ctrip, CCG Senior Vice Chair; Cindy Mi, Founder and CEO of VIPKID, CCG Senior Council Member; Wang Yi, Founder, Chairman and CEO of LAIX; and Zhou Hao, Founder and CEO of Quant Group, CCG Senior Council Member.


The Sino-US bilateral relationship is one of the world’s most important, with major implications for global strategic stability. Forty years of Sino-US relations have seen steady development and many historic achievements. However, since 2018, with the escalation of trade frictions, relations between the two major powers face unprecedented changes, the term “Thucydides’ Trap” has gained currency in recent years to describe the potential path this critical relationship may take.

The China-US Think Tanks Experts’ Roundtable, hosted by CCG President Wang Huiyao, addressed key questions on the current situation and future prospects of Sino-US relations. Gathering together leading Sino-US relations experts, participants discussed how Thucydides' Trap can be avoided by working to shape a new model for great power relations, the prospects for interaction between China and the US in Asia and Sino-US trade frictions.

Panelists on this roundtable included Andrew Browne, Editorial Director, Bloomberg New Economy Forum; Huang Yanzhong, Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations; Daniel Ikenson, Director of Herbert A. Stiefel Center for Trade Policy Studies, CATO Institute; Ji Hongbo, Country Representative, The Asia Foundation – China; Jin Xin, Director of China Center for Contemporary World Studies; Masahiro Kawai, Representative Director and Director-General, Economic Research Institute for Northeast Asia; Hon. Terry Miller, Director of Center for International Trade and Economics, Heritage Foundation, Former US Ambassador to the United Nations; Ruan Zongze, Vice President of China Institute of International Studies (CIIS); Yuan Peng, Director, China Institute of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR); and Zhou Mingwei, Former President of China Foreign Languages Publishing Administration, President of Translators Association of China (TAC).


Earlier this year, China’s Foreign Investment Law (FIL) was passed at the second session of the 13th National People’s Congress. The law details new measures that aim to attract and better protect foreign investment in China. The passing of this new law by China’s top legislative body serves as a signal to the world of China’s continued openness to foreign investment.

Tian Wei, CGTN Anchor and CCG Non-Resident Fellow, chaired the China Inbound Roundtable, which took focus on changing global economic circumstances both in China and globally and how these are impacting foreign investment in China. Panelists examined how China can optimize its business environment for foreign investment and the prospects of the Foreign Investment Law.

Prominent CEOs of multinational corporations and leaders from international chambers of commerce joined this discussion, including, Nick Coyle, CEO & Executive Director, AustCham Beijing; Fang Fang, Partner of Waterwood Investment Holdings, CCG Vice Chair; Michael Kuan, Founder and CEO of Kuan Capital, CCG Vice Chair; Allan Gabor, President of Merck China; Howard Li, Chairman and CEO of Waitex Group, Vice Chair, China General Chamber of Commerce-USA, CCG Vice Chair; Jacob Parker, Vice President of China Operations at the U.S.-China Business Council; Tim Stratford, Chairman of AmCham China; Yang Xiaoping, President of BP China; and Zhou Yanli, Former Vice Chair of the China Insurance Regulatory Commission, CCG Advisor.


The rise of emerging economies, as is represented by China, has profoundly impacted the future structure of the global economy. Following rapid development at home, increasing numbers of Chinese companies now look overseas for further expansion. Recent data from the Ministry of Commerce shows Chinese outbound direct investmentis following a healthy development trajectory, with increasingly diverse investment and curbing of irrational investment.

Mabel Miao, CCG Vice President and Secretary-General, chaired the “China

Outbound Roundtable: Chinese Outbound Investment in the  Changing Context”, to address the new challenges facing outbound investment. Taking aim at how Chinese companies can optimize globalization efforts, strengthen overseas compliance and look to account for and mitigate geopolitical risks, this session featured well-known Chinese business leaders.

Panelists included, Ronnie Chan, Chairman of Hang Lung Properties, CCG Co-Chair; Dan Gao, Chairman and President of Positec Group, CCG Senior Vice Chair; Min Hao, Founder and Chairman of Easthouse Electric, CCG Senior Council Member; Song Zhiping, Chairman of China National Building Materials Group Corporation; Tang Haoxuan, Chairman of Fueta Group, CCG Senior Council Member; Wang Guangfa, Chairman of Beijing Fazheng Group, President of Beijing Royal School, CCG Senior Vice Chair; Wang Linda, Chairperson of Beijing Yihai Properties, CCG Vice Chair; Wei Li, Chief Economist, Hengchang Litong Investment Management; Xu Jinghong, Chairman of Zhong guancun Longmen Investment, Chairman of Asia-America Multi-Technology Association (AAMA), CCG Vice Chair; and Michael Yeoh, President of the Kingsley Strategic Institute and Former CEO of Asian Strategy and Leadership Institute.


With the rise of protectionism, unilateralism, and populism, our current system of global governance isill-equipped to deal with the challenges of the new era. Yet today, countries are more closely intertwined than ever before.

Addressing key concerns related to these trends, Yang Rui, CGTN Anchor and CCG Non-Resident Fellow, hosted the “Experts’ Evening Session: The Challenges of Global Governance and the Future of Multilateralism”. Taking focus on constructive ways that could be adopted to safeguard and improve multilateralism and the promotion globalization towards win-win cooperation. Panelists explored paths to overcome new challenges facing global governance and share their views on how to tackle what is becoming one of the biggest questions of this century so far.


Participants from prominent academic and research institutions in the fields of international relations, international economy and trade, and global governance, as well as distinguished guests who participated in this event include, Amitav Acharya, Distinguished Professor of International Relations of American University, Professor of International Relations at Shwarzman Scholars, Tsinghua University; Laurence Brahm, Founding Director of Himalayan Consensus Institute, CCG Nonresident Senior Fellow; Ronnie Chan, Chairman of Hang Lung Properties, CCG Co-Chair; Chen Wenling, Chief Economist of China Center for International Economic Exchange (CCIEE), CCG Expert Advisor; Cui Fan, Professor at University of International Businessand Economics (UIBE), CCG Nonresident Senior Fellow; He Shenquan, Member of Editorial Board of Global Times; He Weiwen, Former Commercial Counsellor at Chinese Embassy in New York and San Francisco, CCG Senior Fellow; Hou Wenxuan, Chair in Corporate Finance at the Business School, University of Edinburgh, CCG Nonresident Senior Fellow; Huo Jianguo, Former President of the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation, Ministry of Commerce, CCG Senior Fellow; Daniel Ikenson, Director of Herbert A. Stiefel Center for Trade Policy Studies, CATO Institute; Jiang Shan, Former Director-General of Department of American and Oceanian Affairs of Ministry of Commerce, CCG Senior Fellow; Jin Canrong, Professor and Associate Dean of School of International Studies, Renmin University of China, CCG Expert Advisor; Li Baiqing, Executive Director-General of CGE Peace Development Foundation; Liu Debin, Founding Dean of School of International and Public Affairs, Jilin University, CCG Nonresident Senior Fellow; Su Hao, Director of Center for Strategic and Peace, China Foreign Affairs University, CCG Nonresident Senior Fellow; Sun Jie, Former Director of Department of Asset Management at China Security Regulatory Commission, Former Chairman of Asset Management Association of China, CCG Senior Fellow; Tang Min, Vice Director-General of YouChange Foundation, Counselor for the State Council, PRC, CCG Vice President; Tu Xinquan, Professor and Dean of China Institute for WTO Studies, University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), CCG Nonresident Senior Fellow; Wang Yong,Professor and Director of Center for International Political Economy at Peking University, CCG Nonresident Senior Fellow; and Yu Yunquan, Deputy Director-General of the Academy of Contemporary China and World Studies.



Full list of participantsand speakers (alphabetical order)


Alyce Ahn, Officer of Economic Section of U.S. Embassy in Beijing

Anthony Aspden, Political Counselor, Australian Embassy, Beijing

Bai Yunfeng, Senior Manager of External Affairs and Public Policy, DaimlerGreater China

Camille Bortolini,Commerce and Investment Specialist, FrenchEmbassy Beijing

Chang Hongxiao, Senior Research Fellow, Department of Public Affairs, Ctrip

Che Xin, Senior Manager of Curriculum Development, Center for GlobalFinancial Development Education, PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University

Chen Dingding, Professor of International Relations, Jinan University

Chen Qinghua, Director, Commission of Commerce, Chaoyang District Government,Beijing

Cheng Enjiang, Program Officer, The Ford Foundation

Cheng Jing, Producer and Editor-in-Chief of English Programs, CGTN

Cheng Gang, Venture Partner, ECC Capital; CCG Council Member

Caroline Cheong, Executive Director, Kingsley Strategic Institute

Dusuk Choe, Minister, Embassy of Republic ofKorea Beijing

Larissa Maria LimaCosta, Officerfor Economic Affairs, Brazilian Embassy Beijing

Dai Min, President of America-ChinaPartnership Foundation

Ding Feng, Former Vice President of SamsungGreater China; CCG Senior Council Member

Ding Jie, Fellow, Academy of Contemporary China and the World Studies(ACCWS)

Dong Ruiping, Vice President for Public Affairs, Herballife

Dong Zengjun, CEO of CST Biological Reagents Company Asia Pacific and General

Manager of CST China; CCG Senior Council Member

Duan Suhan, Managing Partner of Shenzhen Share Capital; CCG Senior CouncilMember

Evan Due, Senior Advisor for China Development Research Foundation(CDRF)

Adam Dunnet, Secretary-General, EU Chamber of Commerce in China

Deanna Easton, Counselor of Commerce,Australian Embassy Beijing

Fan Lingzhi, Chief Reporter, Global Times

Fang Hui, Program Officer, Asia Foundation Beijing

Feng Xuemei, Head of China Youth Opinion

Fu Chenggang, Chief Representative in China, Abu Dhabi Global Market

Francesco Floris, Chief Trade Counselor, EU Delegation to China

Adam Fields, Political Officer, U.S. Embassy Beijing

Gao Yanding, CEO and Founder, Yanding US-China; CCG Senior Council Member

Gao Zhenhuai, Vice Chair, Shenzhen Policy Advisory Committee; FormerSecretary-General of Shenzhen Municipal Government

Guan Depeng, Deputy Director, Commission of Commercial Affairs, ChaoyangDistrict Government, Beijing

Fu Jun, Director of Public Affairs, Hop Hing Holdings


Hao Jie, Co-Founder, Magma Foundation; CCG Council Member

He Ping, Professor of Finance and Associate Dean, School of Finance, RenminUniversity of China

He Yuping, General Manager of Penn Wharton China Center

Bianca Hettinga, Policy Officer, Political Department, Embassy of the NetherlandsBeijing

Drew Holliday, Senior Advisor and Senior Defense Liaison Officer, U.S. EmbassyBeijing

Hu Jianhua, Former Deputy Inspector of Department of Talent, CPC OrganizationDepartment; CCG Nonresident Senior Fellow

Hu Ming, Founder and Chairman of Fuhui Capital; CCG Senior Council Member

Hua Xinghong, Managing Director and Head for China, Cerberus Capital Management;CCG Senior Council Member

Huang Dizhong, Tung Foundation

Huang Jianwen, Partner at King & Wood Mallesons

Huang Jinhui, Chief Partner and Chief Accountant, Reanda Certified PublicAccountants LLP; CCG Senior Council Member

Wong Choo Sin, Director of Global Market and Director-General of China Division,Enterprise Singapore

IsisJaraud-Darnault, Political Counsellor,French Embassy Beijing

Jia Wei, Chairman, LKK Design; Founder of LKKER Shared Design Platform

Jiang Heping, Vice Director of News Center, CCTV; Director of Foreign-languageProgram, CGTN

Jiao Yong, Vice Chair of Hainan Association of Entrepreneurs, Chairman of the Board,Chenghuahesheng Investment Management Company, CCG Senior Council Member

Annegret Koneig, Second Secretary, German Embassy Beijing

Thomas Langelaar, Trade Counsellor,EU delegation to China

Li Weifeng, Executive Secretary General of CCG

Li Shaohong, Senior Advisor, Newland Chase CIBT

Li Xiaofeng, Professor, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies; CCGNonresident Senior Fellow

Li Xiulan, Vice Director, Office of the Board, China National BuildingMaterials Group Corporation

Li Xu, Director of International Cooperation Department, Academy ofContemporary China and World Studies (ACCWS)

Li Ye, Vice President and Head of Corporate Affairs and GovernmentRelations, Merck China

Liang Zhixiang, Vice President of Baidu; CCG Senior Council Member

Liao Minsheng, Professor and Assistant to the President, Ocean University ofChina

Andrew Lim, Shwarzman Scholar, TsinghuaUniversity

Liu Debin, CEO of SocialCredits; CCG Senior Council Member

Hon. Liu Fei, Secretary-General of China-U.S. Exchange Foundation

Liu Changyu, Secretary-General of Heren Charitable Foundation

Liu Hong, Vice President of Newstone Group

Liu Hongjie, CEO of REEXEN Technologies

Liu Liwei, Managing Partner, CloseA Ventures

Liu Ke, Dean, School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, SouthernUniversity of Science and Technology; Vice Chair of Association of ThousandTalents Program; President of CCG Shenzhen

Liu Wenli, Assistant Fellow, Shenzhen University

Liu Qi, Director of Government Affairs of Daimler Greater China

Liu Yu, Deputy Secretary-General of CCG

Liu Zhongpu, Member of Shenzhen Policy Advisory Committee; Former Director ofBureau of Science and Technologies, Shenzhen

Long Yonghong, Former Chief Representative, China Office, New Jersey TradeCommission

Tomas Luksic, Shwarzman Scholar, Tsinghua University

Luo Dawei, Chairman, Kafka Technologies

Hon. Luo Linquan, Former Chinese Ambassador to Greece; CCG Nonresident Senior Fellow

Ma Jin, Director of Cooperation and Communication Department, BeijingTalent Work Administration; Executive Director, Liaison Office of BeijingMunicipal Leading Group for Talents in Hong Kong and Macao

Ma Zhongmin, CEO, Translink International Logistics; CCG Council Member

Mu Yan, CEO, 1 Meipo

Christopher Macrae,Editor at NormanMacrae Foundation

Jose Luis EncisoManzo, ChiefRepresentative – Minister Counselor for Trade Affairs, Office of the Ministryof Economy, Embassy of Mexico Beijing

Min Zhidong, General Manager of Bright Food;Executive Director of Center for China-Germany Manufacturing and Financing; CCGSenior Coucil Member

Andy Mok, CCG Senior Consultant, CGTN Commentator on Technology andGeopolitics

Nektarios Palaskas, Counsellor of Science, Technology and Education Section, SwissEmbassy Beijing

Pan Caifu, Vice President of Public Relations, Xiaozhu Inc.

Diana Partridge, Political Officer, U.S. Embassay in China

Tyler Partridge, Economic Officer, U.S. Embassay in China

Peng Xiaowei, Vice Director of Public Affairs, Ctrip

Jackson Phang, Commissioner for Greater China, EDB Singapore; Counselor, Officeof Industry and Investment, Singaporean Embassy Beijing

Qin Gang, Deputy Secretary-General of CCG

Qiu Daolong, Fellow, Byte-Dance Public Policy Institute

Qiu Yufeng, CEO of ZorpiaRobot; CCG Senior Council Member

William Rosoff, Managing Partner, Beijing, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

Madhav Sharma, Head and Chief Representative of Greater China of Confederation ofIndian Industry (CII)

Shen Hailiang, Director of International Business, Far East Smarter Energy

Shi Yang, CEO, Thomhome Viettuys & Co.; CCG Coucil Member

Alexandra Stevenson, Reporter of New York Times

Song Qian, Vice President of Oak Star

Sun Tianxu, General Manager of Public Affairs, Ctrip

Sun Wei, Assistant Director of Liaison Office of Beijing Municipal LeadingGroup for Talents in Hong Kong and Macao

Sun Weijia, Director-General of Cooperation Department, Counselors’ Office,the State Council of PRC

Sun Wenwen, Associate Director of the Liaison Office of Beijing MunicipalLeading Group for Talents in Hong Kong and Macao

Tan Sing Pei, Director of Communications at the Kingsley Institute for StrategicStudies

Lyndon Radnedge, Head of Multilateral Trade Policy, Economic Section, BritishEmbassy Beijing

Tang Beijie, Deputy Secretary-General of CCG

Tang Haoxuan, Chairman of FUETA Group; CCG Senior Council Member

Fred Teng, Executive President, America-China Public Affairs Institute; CCGSenior Council Member

Daya Thussu, Distinguished Professor at Shwarzman College, Tsinghua University

Jonas Thürig, Deputy Head of Science, Technology and Education Section, SwissEmbassy in China

Tu Zhiyun, Founder and CEO of 51Credit/xyb100.com, CCG Council Member

Berenice Voets, Director of Public Affairs and Strategy, Hindrich Foundation

Anthony Wang, Schwarzman Scholar, Tsinghua University

Wang Fan, Investor; Senior Director and General Manager of InternationalBusiness Center, Far East Smarter Energy

Wang Fang, General Manager, Shanghai Qianxing International Trading

Wang Hongxin, Chairman, Shenzhen Daopu Capital Management; CCG Senior CouncilMember

Wang Lin, Senior Manager of Government Affairs, Ctrip

Wang Linyan, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, China DailyInternational

Olia Wang, Senior Vice President, Caixin Data

Wang Simin, Deputy Director of Think Tank Research and Release Center;Editor-in-chief of Think Tank Edition, Guangming Daily

Wang Shiquan, Professor, Director of Teaching Experiment and Case DevelopmentCenter and Director of Center for Leadership and Communication Studies, ChinaExecutive Leadership Academy, Pudong

Wang Kaiqian, Director, China International E-Commerce Center, Ministry ofCommerce

Wang Ping, Associate Professor at China Executive Leadership Academy, Pudong

Wang Shengdi, CEO of Daddy’s Choice; CCG Senior Council Member

Wang Tianpeng, Founder and Vice Chairman, Career International, CCG SeniorCouncil Member

Wang Shengdi, Founder and CEO, Daddy’s Choice, CCG Senior Council Member

Wang Xiaoming, Senior Vice President, Caixin Data

Wang Yang, Vice Chairman, Management Committee of Hainan Yunlian Law Firm;CCG Council Member

Wang Yueju, Chairman, Beijing CC-Pharming, CCG Senior Council Member

Wei Bo, Chairman, Chengdu ZTXT Technology, CCG Council Member

Wei Guoqiang, Sales Manager, Potevio Guomai Networks Ltd.

John Milligan-Whyte, Chairman, America-China Partnership Foundation

Martin Wilhelm, President, Geopolis Energy Partners

Wu Gang, Deputy Chief Editor, CNR.cn

Wu Peipei, General Manager, Mingji Consulting

Xing Naigui, Executive Director, Beijing Huada Zhongke Information TechnologyInstitute, CCG Council Member

Xing Jinghua, Deputy Director, Center on Overseas Chinese EntrepreneurshipTsinghua University

Xing Zhigang, Director, China Daily Comment Department

Xie Xuanhui, Founder of TVM China, CCG Senior Council Member

Xu Haiyu, Deputy Secretary-General of CCG

Xu Fangqing, Chief Editor of China NewsweekInternational

Xu Xiangsheng, Executive Deputy Director, Investment and Financing Office,International Cooperation Center, National Development and Reform Commission(NDRC)

Xu Zhe, Special Assistant to the CEO of VIPKID

Yao Zhaoxi, Secretary, Chairperson’s Office, Yihai Group

Yang Xianqi, Marketing Director for Asia-Pacific, The Dow Chemical Company, CCGSenior Council Member

Dene Yeaman, Economic Counselor, Australian Embassy, Beijing

Yi Xianhe, Professor, School of Law, Wuhan University

Yin Zhongrui, Special Assistant to the Chairman, CITIC Capital

Ye Xueni, CEO, CSOFT International, CCG Senior Council Member

Yuan Lin, Director of Data Center, Academy of Contemporary China and theWorld Studies (ACCWS)

Yuan Xiang, Executive Director, Byte-Dance Public Policy Institute

William Zarit, Former President of AmCham China, Senior Advisor at Cohen Group

James Zhan, President of TATA China

Zhang Shiwei, Partner of Zhong Lun Law Firm, CCG Senior Council Member

Zhang Chuan, Chairman of Fomou Assets, CCG Senior Council Member

Zhang Mei, Vice Director, CCG Institute for Overseas Chinese Studies

Zhang Xunjun, Fellow, Center on Overseas Chinese Entrepreneurship, TsinghuaUniversity

Zhang Yuanqing, Head of Xiakedao, People’s Daily OverseasEdition

Zhang Yazhe, Partner and Director, Zhen Fund; CCG Council Member

Zhang Yifan, Chairman of Shenzhen Duohemei Investment Consulting; CCG SeniorCouncil Member

Zhao Bin, Senior Vice President for Legal and Government Affairs, Qualcomm;CCG Council Member

Zhao Qianjun, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the China Press

Zhao Xuezhi, Deputy Director, Liaison Office of Beijing Municipal Leading Groupfor Talents in Hong Kong and Macao

Zhao Wei, Managing Partner/General Manager and Founder of 3C InvestmentShanghai; CCG Council Member

Zheng Jinlian, Deputy Secretary-General of CCG

Zhong Xiaoping, Chairman of Qianhairunneng Investment Co., Ltd.; CCG SeniorCouncil Member

Zhong Zhiguo, Director and Head of Strategic Purchasing, Korrun Co., Ltd.

Zhu Wenting, Vice Director of Development, Shwarzman Scholars, TsinghuaUniversity

Zhu Yinghuang, Special Advisor for China-US Exchange Foundation (CUSEF); CCGAdvisor

Zhu Yan, Editor-in-Chief of huanqiu.com

Zou Hengrui, Chairman of Henry Group; CCG Senior Council Member

Zou Ming, Editor-in-Chief, ifeng.com


From CCG,2019-04-14
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