Past Events

Date Events

High-level Delegation from the People’s Government of Henan Province

Wang Kai, Governor of the People’s Government of Henan Province, led a delegation to the Chamber on 16 May. They were received by Betty Yuen, Chamber Chairman, George Leung, Chamber CEO, Petrina Tam, GBA Working Group Convenor, and members.

Wang noted that Henan is among China’s most populous provinces. Permanent residents there numbered 98 million in 2023, with Henan ranking fifth in China in terms of total economic output. It also ranks among the top provinces in terms of total industrial and agricultural output. He said Henan plans to increase the scale of foreign investment to promote industrial development and actively develop new energy, logistics, innovation and technology industries to attract more Hong Kong and foreign enterprises to invest there. To deepen cooperation, Wang also invited the Chamber to participate in the 14th Henan Investment Fair, which will be held in Zhengzhou in September.


Meeting with Taizhou Municipal People’s Government

Xu Wenjin, Vice Mayor of Taizhou Municipal People’s Government, led a delegation to the Chamber on 9 May. They were received by Edmond Yew, China Committee Vice Chairman. Xu pointed out that there are three Taizhou companies listed in Hong Kong, and said he hopes to promote the development of Taizhou industries through Hong Kong brands in the future.


Sichuan Ya’an Visits the Chamber

Li Zhuo, Secretary General of the Ya’an Municipal Party Committee, led a delegation to the Chamber on 25 April, where they were received by Petrina Tam, Convenor of the GBA Working Group, and members of the China Committee.

Apart from being known as a natural habitat for giant pandas, Ya’an has a rich history of tea cultivation and is renowned for its cultural heritage and favourable geographical environment, and the Ya’an Government is working to build it into a world-class tourism destination. Authorities have also promulgated a business environment and policies to attract Hong Kong investors.


The development of e-commerce and cyber security in Hong Kong

The Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau (CSTCB) together with Cyberbay met with Thomas Su, Vice Chairman of the Small & Medium Enterprise Committee, and Elsa Wong, Chairman of the Digital, Information & Technology Committee, on 18 April to introduce their upcoming Bug Hunting Campaign and to understand the cybersecurity needs of SMEs.

Baron Chan, Superintendent of CSTCB, discussed the campaign’s goals, while Kok Tin GAN, Co-founder & CEO of Cyberbay, explained how the campaign would run and shared his views on the development of e-commerce and cyber security in Hong Kong. Su and Wong also expressed their thoughts on the campaign and shared their experiences in the field of cybersecurity.


Meeting with Department of Commerce of Jilin Province

Lu Jiwei, Deputy Director, Department of Commerce of Jilin Province, led a delegation to visit the Chamber on 13 April, where they were welcomed by China Committee Vice Chairman Edmond Yew and members. Lu introduced that Hong Kong was the largest source of foreign investment in Jilin, and 28 Hong Kong enterprises had already invested in Yanbian. Yanbian is a Korean autonomous prefecture in Jilin Province, located next to the border with North Korea and Russia. Both parties exchanged views on various aspects such as financial services, healthcare, integrated catering and tourism.

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