3 essential webinars designed for a global audience
The impact of the national security law on global trade, economics and diplomacy
About the Series
The passing of China’s new national security law for Hong Kong has been met with a multitude of confusion and anxiety, along with myriad questions, as business leaders, international government officials, diplomats, academics and local citizens struggle to conceptualise what the law ultimately means for the future of Hong Kong and how its enactment may reverberate across the globe.
With the passing of the law seen primarily as a response to unrest that erupted across Hong Kong last year, many have expressed concern that Hong Kong’s autonomy has been taken away, and along with it the principle of “One Country Two Systems”. Hong Kong and Beijing officials, however, have provided assurances to the public that the law is purely meant to restore “prosperity” and “stability” to a city that was in the midst of unrest — stating that the law should only impact a very small minority.
Over the course of three webinars, our National Security Law series has brought together corporate leaders, lawmakers, diplomats and academics to dive deep into answering questions to these concerns, while discussing what the law means for the future of Hong Kong and how it will impact global trade, economics and diplomacy.
JULY 24 - Webinar 1
Caught between the United States and China: Can Hong Kong's economy thrive in uncertain times?
The national security law impact on US-China relations
Can Hong Kong maintain its role as a financial hub?
Gain access to all 3 webinars video recordings of this series themed around the impact of the national security law on global trade, economics and diplomacy.
Hear from renowned thought-leaders, including diplomats, lawmakers, corporate executives and academics from the East and West, who have dived deep into topics around the future of Hong Kong’s economy, US-China relations and whether Hong Kong can remain a global financial hub.
Gain insights into how your organisation, business partnerships and/or investments could be affected in the coming months and years to ensure you’re staying informed and ahead of the game.
The Capital Company
Prof. Richard Hu
Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences
University of Macau
American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
Chief Executive Officer
Grand Capital Holdings Limited
Managing Director & Partner
Axiom Investment Management
Vice President, International Security and Diplomacy
Asia Society Policy Institute
Ambassador Kurt Tong
Partner, The Asia Group
Former U.S. Consul General to Hong Kong and Macau
Dr. Huiyao Wang
Founder and President, Center for China and Globalization
Counselor, China State Council
The Hon. Edward Yau Tang-wah GBS, JP
Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development
Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region