Dinner Talk (May 08)
Opportunities in Ma’s Presidency
With the sky in Taiwan turns from green to blue again after the presidential election in March, it is envisaged that there would be quite a number of policy changes. These impending policy changes in Taiwan will not only affect the existing political relationship between Mainland and Taiwan, but also bring about notable opportunities to the economics and financial markets in the two places.
So, what will be the likely policy changes? What we can feel and see in Hong Kong in term of the changing relationship? How will these changes affect Hong Kong’s existing role? And what would be the likely opportunities and threats for Hong Kong people? To find your own answers to these or similar questions, please join us at the May Dinner Talk!
Prof. Paul YIP (葉國華教授) will share will us again his personal insights on the above subject. Where time permits, Mr. Yip will also share with us his views on the hot Tibet / Olympic subject. Please act quickly to register as seats are limited.
Organized by Policy Group
Date: 30 May 2008
Venue: East Lake Sea Food Restaurant
(東湖海鮮酒家 銅鑼灣百德新街22-36號 名珠城廣場4字)
Time: 7:00 – 9:30 pm
Enquiries: C.F. WONG
Tel: 9622 0207 email@example.com
Prof. Paul Yip Kwok-wah
Prof. Paul Yip Kwok-wah, Founder and Chairman of the Hong Kong Policy Research Institute, Chairman of the Hong Kong Basic Law Foundation, is Honorary President of the Council of the Foundation for International and Academic Exchanges in China; Honorary Professor of Xi’an Jiatong University and the Council Chairman of the University’s Institute for Asia-European Studies; Honorary Professor of Graduate Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; and Honorary Director of the Shanghai Institute for East Asia Studies.
In his public service in Hong Kong, Prof. Yip on the appointment of the Chinese Government served as Hong Kong Advisor in April 1995 and later Member of the Preparatory Committee of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) and member of the Selection Committee of the HKSAR.