|2019/05/09||Meeting with Shenzhen CPPCC|
Zhang Xiaoli, Vice Chairman of Shenzhen CPPCC, led a delegation to visit the Chamber on 9 May, and was received by Petrina Tam, Chairman of the China Committee, and a number of committee members. Delegates and members conducted an in-depth discussion on a number of issues and policies related to business development in Shenzhen. They also discussed the future development of young entrepreneurs in the two cities.
|2019/05/07||2019 Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Economic Technology and Trade Cooperation Conference|
Petrina Tam, China Committee Chairman, and Edmond Yew, China Committee Vice Chairman, and 10 members attended the 2019 Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Economic Technology and Trade Cooperation Conference, hosted by Lin Ji, Deputy Secretary General of Guangdong Province, on 7 May. Participants exchanged views on further collaboration under the Greater Bay Area initiative. Chamber CEO Shirley Yuen joined the welcome luncheon hosted by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, and a number of Chamber members attended seminars including “Foreign Investment Law & Policies Assisting Enterprises Development in Guangdong” and “Industry Innovation & Cooperation in GBA – Biomedical and Health” in the afternoon. As the conference continued on 8 and 9 May, some Chamber members participated in a study mission to the X City AI exhibition hall at CloudWalk, where they received a briefing on the development of the AI industry in Nansha. They also met Zou Xin, Deputy Secretary General of Zhongshan Municipal government, and Lei Yuelong, Vice Mayor of Zhongshan Municipal Government, at the event.
|2019/05/07||Yu Jinfu, Vice Mayor of Huizhou visited|
Yu Jinfu, Vice Mayor of Huizhou Municipal People’s Government, visited the Chamber on 7 May. Petrina Tam, Chairman of the China Committee, received the delegation. The Mayor explained that the transportation network in Huizhou is constantly improving, which will enable the city to serve as a transport hub in the Greater Bay Area. Although Huizhou is an industrial city, its air quality is good. The city aims to build two major industrial clusters -- in green petrochemicals and electronic information -- in the coming decade. Mayor Yu also hopes to foster further cooperation with Hong Kong to assist Huizhou in its efforts to “go global.”