Let's Talk About Hong Kong Sharing-cum-visit series
The “Let’s Talk About Hong Kong” Sharing-cum-visit series is the advanced training programme under the flagship youth development programme, the YDC Youth Ambassadors Programme, co-organised by the Home and Youth Affairs Bureau, the Government of the HKSAR and the Youth Development Commission (YDC), with the “eight centres” as the main content of the series. Experts and leaders from the public and private sectors and various industries share their valuable insights and perspectives on the opportunities and challenges of Hong Kong’s key development areas, including international finance, innovation and technology, international aviation hub, etc. The series is designed to broaden the horizons of audience, to further enhance their understanding on the future opportunities brought by the “eight centres” and, the latest development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, as well as the country.
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"The Opportunities and Challenges for Hong Kong as an International Financial Centre"
Prof. Frederick MA, GBS, JP
Chairman of the Board of Directors, FWD Group Holdings
"Culture and Revitalisation: Balance between Commerce and Heritage Preservation"
Ar Donald CHOI, JP
Executive Director and CEO, Chinachem Group
"The Future Development of Hong Kong International Airport as a Regional and International Aviation Hub"
Mr Fred LAM, GBS, JP
Chief Executive Officer, Airport Authority Hong Kong
"Innovation and Technology in Hong Kong: The Start-up Chapter"
Mr Peter MOK, Head of Greater Bay Area, HKSTP
Mr Paul LOO, Chief Operating Officer, LALAMOVE
"From the Local F&B Culture of Young People to Establishing a Leading Fast Casual Restaurant Chain"
Mr Daren LAU
Chairman, Executive Director and
Chief Executive Officer,Tam Jai International Co. Limited
"The Development of the Cultural Industry and the Management of Culture and Arts in Hong Kong"
Ms Suhanya RAFFEL
Museum Director, M+
"The Role of Hong Kong as an International Arbitration Centre and its Role in Supporting the Belt & Road Initiative"
Ms Teresa CHENG, GBM, GBS, SC, JP
"The Development of the Contemporary Chinese Culture"
Prof. CHENG Chung-yi
Professor, Department of Philosophy and
Director, MA Programme in Philosophy
The Chinese University of Hong Kong