Amid a burgeoning set of environmental impact regulations in China, Asia House is convening key experts to discuss how the business environment is adapting to the evolving ESG landscape.
The Two Sessions, or Lianghui for its name in Chinese, are the annual gatherings of China’s two main political bodies, the National People’s Congress (NPC) and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, where key issues relevant to China’s development pathway are discussed and plans for central policies are revealed.
With the ratification of the RCEP in January 1st, 2022, this webinar will bring together experts from throughout the Asia-Pacific to consider the likely impact of RCEP on the region’s economy and its practical implications for businesses operating in the region.
We are proud to announce our partnership with the American Chamber of Commerce China (Amcham) as a supporting organization to this year’s 4th Annual AmCham China Technology & Innovation Summit.
The CKGSB China Economic Symposium convenes global thought leaders to delivery insights, share ideas and make connections to generate change for a more economically sustainable future in China and around the world. This flagship event that has been held around the world from Beijing to London to Melbourne since 2014.
On May 18th, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) Assistant Dean Zhou Li was featured on the 12th Asian Leadership Conference (ALC)’s special edition webinar hosted by the Chosun Ilbo, a top Korean media group. Dean Zhou was joined by Henry Fernandez, Chairman and CEO of MSCI (Morgan Stanley Capital International) and Jun Kwang-woo, Chairman and CEO of Institute for Global Economics, to share insights on the global economic outlook, capital markets and sustainable development. The webinar garnered close to 100,000 online viewers.
In recognition of International Women’s Day on 8 March, CKGSB and Asia House will jointly bring together female entrepreneurs, scholars, and business leaders from around the world to share their career journeys and discuss the prospects for women in leadership roles, particularly amid the ongoing global COVID-19 crisis.