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NEXT CHINA: How the Middle Kingdom Will Reshape Your World

1/17/2018
8:30 AM - 6:15 PM

NEXT CHINA: How the Middle Kingdom Will Reshape Your World is a conference that will be held on Wednesday, January 17, 2018, from 8:30am (registration) to 6:15pm at The Times Center in New York City (620 Eighth Avenue). There will be five forums on Technology, Economy, Healthcare, Politics, and Philanthropy, followed by a live Sinica Podcast recording on “Cracking the China Conundrum.”

The China we knew is gone. China is no longer the land of low-cost jobs and copycat products. From fintech, e-commerce, and stem cell research to AI, EV, on-demand bike rental, and facial recognition convenience stores, China is going to shake your world. The speakers will discuss the most important trends in China’s economy and politics, and highlight business and investment opportunities within technology and healthcare. They will also inform us about the political and economic implications of the 19th Party Congress.

Agenda

Welcome Remarks
Anla Cheng, Founder, CEO, SupChina

China's Economic Future: Powered by its Consumers
J Michael Chu - Founder and Co-CEO, L Catterton, leading global consumer-focused private equity firm

Moderated by: Wenni Wu, Head of Strategy, Oenus Capital

The Next Five Years in Chinese Leadership
Elizabeth Economy - Council on Foreign Relations, Senior Fellow and Director for Asia
Cheng Li - Brookings, Dir. of China Center and a Senior Fellow in the Foreign Policy program
Mike Forsythe - New York Times journalist known for coverage of elite Beijing politics
Michael Szonyi - Director, Fairbank Center of Chinese Studies, Harvard University

Moderator: Jeremy Goldkorn, Editor-in-Chief, SupChina

Macroeconomics 
Stephen Roach - Senior Fellow, Yale University, ex- Chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia
Andy Rothman - Investment Strategist, Matthews Asia
Don Straszheim - Sr Managing Director, Head of Evercore ISI's China Research

Moderator: Dinda Elliott, Dir. Business Center, China Institute

How Does Giving Amongst Chinese on Two Continents Differ?
John Long - CEO, Highridge Partners and GCPI (Global China Philanthropy Initiative)
Lulu C. Wang - CEO, Tupelo Capital
Shirley Wang - CEO, Plastpro
Walter Wang - CEO, JM Eagle

Moderator: Betty Liu, Bloomberg

Next Gen Speakers
Vivian Long - Director, Long Foundation
Adley Chan - Asst Prof of Occupational Therapy, USC
Zinan Crysti Chen - Uniwill, GP
Niu Ben - President Laoniu B&S Foundation

Lunch Keynote
Peter Walker, Director, Sr. Partner, McKinsey

Emcee: Soraya Darabi, Partner, SupChina

Finance/Investments
Joseph Zeng - CEO, Greenwoods, HK
Eric Almeraz - Co-Founder, PM, Apis Capital
Yong Ma - EVP, Bank of China, Senior Risk Management
Kenneth Tjan - Senior Partner, Value Partners

Moderator: Wendy Cai, Partner, Oenus Capital

China vs U.S. Tech – Who Leads?
Anna Fang - CEO, Founder, Zhen Fund
Savio Tung - CEO, N.A, Investcorp, Head of Tech Investment; Board Dir, Bank of China
Frederick Demopoulos - Founding Partner, Queens Road Capital; Qunar.com; Shawei.com

Moderator: Kaiser Kuo, SupChina

The Future of Private Healthcare in China
Roberta Lipson - CEO, United Family Healthcare, the largest hospital chain in China
John Foster - Chair, CEO Healthpoint Partners
Peikwen Cheng - CEO and Founder, Yiviva
Chunmei Li - Director, Global Community Insights, Johnson & Johnson

Moderator: James McCarron, Partner, Innovating Global Health

US-China Space Relations Fireside Chat 
Leroy Chiao - NASA Astronaut, CEO, OneOrbit

Moderator: Merit Janow, Dean, SIPA, Columbia University

Sinica Live Podcast - Conventional wisdom Proven Wrong in China
Hosts: Kaiser Kuo, Jeremy Goldkorn 
Yukon Huang - Senior Fellow, Asia Program, Carnegie Endowment

Conclusion Remarks
Anla Cheng - CEO, SupChina


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