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Annual Forum “ View & Innovation ”. August 2 and 3. Manhattan, NY

Chinese Culture And Business Development Center in North America

Saturday, August 2, 2014 at 8:30 AM - Sunday, August 3, 2014 at 5:30 PM (EDT)

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Keynote speakers:

1. Dongbai Ye. Science and Technology Counselor of Consulate General of the People's Republic of China in New York. Having served in the Ministry of Science and Technology of the P.R. China for nearly 30 years, Counselor Ye has broad experience and comprehensive understanding on the history of S&T development and policy making in china, especially in the field of international cooperation. Mr. Ye has also served as a member of the standing Committee of AnShan Municipal Committee of the CP and the vice Mayor of Anshan City in Liaoning Provice. Prior to his assignment in New York, Mr. Ye's most recent experience as a diplomat was in TOkyo, acting as the Minister-Counselor for Science and Technology in the Embassy of the P.R.China In Japan.
2. Professor C.S. Kiang has served as Chairman of the Peking University Environment Fund and the Founding Dean of the College of Environmental Sciences at Peking University between 2002 and 2006. His vision is to set up the basic infrastructure for the development of leadership in sustainable development, exploring the world impact of what China can do for the world in the 21st century. Currently, he is the CEO of Sustainable Development Technologies and Vice Chairman of Global Urban Development. He is a Councillor of the World Future Council, a member of Advisory Board of the Climate Change Capital, a member of International Council of Asia Society and a member of the Global Agenda Council of Climate Change of the World Economic Forum and an advisor of the Global Elders and other various roles in Non-profit Partners Entrepreneurships and consultation service for private corporations.
3. Meng ZhaoWen, U.S. Congressman, and promote understanding and friendship between our two peoples continue to make new contributions. (To be Determined)
4. Wang Haiyang. Chief Representative, the Representative office in New York, China Association for International Exchange of Personnel (CAIEP).Worked as Chief Representative of the representative office of CAIEP in London, Toronto and New York respectively.
5. CHRIS WHITTLE Chairman and Founder of Avenues World School. An education and media entrepreneur, Chris Whittle is Chairman of Avenues: The World School, a planned international system of private schools for pre-K-12th grades, which he founded with a world-class group of educators, scholars and entrepreneurs. Avenues’ first campus opened in September, 2012 in NYC with 750 students, the most successful launch in the history of U.S. private school education. Now with over 1,300 students in its NYC flagship campus, Avenues plans to open 20 or more schools in other major cities around the world over the next decade, including Beijing in 2016.
6. Leo Lester, KAPSARC, Riyadh. Dr Lester is a Research Fellow at KAPSARC. He is working to improve understanding of the political energy economy of the People’s Republic of China. Before joining KAPSARC’s research department in July 2013, Leo worked for BG Group, a multinational oil and gas E&P company with operations in over twenty countries. Whilst there he had a variety of roles including within their Strategy and Portfolio Development department, first as a Portfolio Analyst and later as the Group’s China specialist and Principal Macroeconomist. He has international experience, having worked in India, Thailand, the UK and now Saudi Arabia. Leo has degrees from the Universities of Oxford (Ba Hons) and Reading (PhD) in the United Kingdom. He is both a CFA charter holder and a certified Financial Risk Manager.
7. Laura Heery Prozes is co-founder of Brookwood Group, Inc. and owner of affiliate, Brookwood Design Group LLC. She is based in New York, Greenwich, CT, and Atlanta. “Health Districts”, organized with assistance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is an initiative of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU), started and co-chaired by Laura Heery Prozes through “The Live/Work/Walk Foundation”. As CNU Board Member / Initiatives Chair, Laura co-chaired the 18th annual CNU, focused on economic, energy, health, and resilient community outcomes in architecture, master planning and urban design.
Laura served as Brookwood's Principal-in-Charge for the Turner/Time Warner Campus Master Plan in Midtown Atlanta and the Peachtree Corridor redesign from urban highway to livable boulevard. She also was Brookwood's Design Architect for the Georgia Institute of Technology Campus in Savannah. Laura has lead the concept phase for international projects, such as for The Coca-Cola Company in Brussels for their European facilities; and a project permitted for Disneyland in Paris.
8. Prof. Fred Engst(PhD) teaches economics at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing. Also known as Yang Heping (阳和平),Fred was born in Beijing and grew up in the years after the founding of the People’s Republic. He is the first child of Americans Erwin Engst (阳早) and Joan Hinton (寒春) who arrived in the country after WWII to participate in China’s new democratic revolution and socialist construction.
9. PANG ZHONGHUA. Honorary Chairman for Life of the Chinese Society of Hard Pen Calligraphers. Chairman of the Professional Committee on Hard Pen Calligraphy Certification Exams under the Ministry of Education. Chairman of the International Chinese Pen Calligraphers’ Federation, (USA). Board Chairman of Beijing Pang-style Culture & Sports Center
10. Ding Li, Vice Consul, Consulate General of the P. R. China in New York
Vice Consul Ding Li graduated from Harbin Engineering University with a master degree of Control Theory and Control Engineering. He has served in the Department of International Cooperation of the Ministry of Science and Technology of the P. R. China since 2010. Before that, he worked in the Potevio Institution of Technology and Motorola (China) Technology Co., Ltd as a software engineer.

Panel One: Global Capitalization
1. Robert Savage, Chief Executive Officer of CCTrack Solutions, Founder of Track.com. COO and Chief Strategist of FX Concepts.. Mr. Savage was the Managing Director of FX Macro Sales at Goldman Sachs., B.A in Political Philosophy from Yale University
2. Soren Haagensen, Managing Director at Societe Generale. He became the first individual to execute over 1 billion USD in a day on Integral’s currency trading platform. He was also one of the fastest, if not fastest on Reuters Matching platform with 3 inputs per second.
3. Jie Chen, Corporate Partner at Jun He Law Office, expert in providing comprehensive professional services in mergers and acquisitions, foreign investments, financings and joint ventures. Master degree at Columbia University School of Law with Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar
4. Dr. Jialun (Julia) Li, Sino-American Business strategist at CITIC Securities International USA in New York. M.A. and Ph.D. in Applied Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
5. Seth Taube is firmwide chair of the Securities and Shareholder Litigation Practice Group and head of the Trial Section in the New York office of Baker Botts. Mr. Taube handles securities and commercial litigation, SEC and state attorney general defense, corporate governance and white collar criminal
defense matters in federal and state courts. He has also handled bankruptcy litigation and energy disputes.

Panel Two: Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Panel
1. Mr. Harry Edelson is the Managing Director of Edelson Technology Partners, which manages a series of four strategic venture capital technology funds for ten of the world’s largest multinational corporations (AT&T, Viacom, Ford Motor, Cincinnati Bell, Colgate Palmolive, Reed Elsevier, Imation, Asea Brown Boveri and UPS) and two large pension funds.
His venture capital performance over a 20-year span was rated number one of all venture capital firms in the Eastern United States by two of the four leading auditing firms. The annual return (IRR) for his funds averaged 27%, even through the disastrous stock market decline of 2000-2002.
2. Hyuk-Jeen Suh joined Samsung Ventures in 2012 and is the head of the Samsung Ventures East Coast office. Before joining Samsung, Hyuk-Jeen worked at J.P. Morgan investment banking in the TMT group. Prior to J.P. Morgan, he was the global senior business development and marketing manager at MEMSIC, a semiconductor startup with clients in the automobile and consumer electronics ind
3. CHEN XIAOWEI, Senior Partner & director at Chang An Law Firm (Beijing), President of Chinese Internet Finance Industry alien,President of RSCapital,Professional banking law committee member of Beijing Lawyers Association, Chairman of Beijing Broadway Investment Management Co., Ltd, Vice chairman of Sustainable Development Technology Foundation, Director of Peking University Entrepreneur Club, Director of SEE(Society of Entrepreneurs & Ecology).
LL. M of Peking University, LL. B of Xiangtan University. Lectured at Hunan Business College and the Central University of Finance and Economics respectively, teaching and studying the corporate law, the financial law, and the contract law.
4. Jerry Castanos, CEO & Founder of 3D Heights. Mr. Castanos joined US Army in 2002 and earned several different awards while travelling overseas. He spent the next 11 years travelling throughout the world to support operations in Iraq, Qatar, Kuwait, and Afghanistan as a government contractor. He found 3D Heights, a company whose main purpose is to become a leading contender in 3D printing technology.
5. Susie S. Cheng, partner at Leason Ellis Intellectual Property Attorney. Dr. Cheng is a patent attorney, partner and chair of the China practice group at Leason Ellis intellectual property attorneys. Dr. Cheng focuses on all aspects of global strategic patent protection, licensing of inventions and monetization of intellectual property. She also provides advice regarding intellectual property disputes and litigation.
6. Dr. Zhixiong Chen is a Professor at Mercy College, his recent research is on internet social media, from its infrastructure, data analytics to privacy. His lab is designated by the NSA as one of the centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education. He has published more than 40 peer reviewed papers. Dr. Chen is also the president of the US Services Society, a non-profit organization fostering and promoting research collaboration among academia and industrial practitioners.

Panel Three: The Globalized "Real estate Storm"
1. Dr. Anna LEUNG. Director, Global Strategic Investment Strategy and Investment Development Fosun Property Holdings. Anna is responsible for Fosun’s oversea real estate investment, including direct asset acquisitions, developments, real estate management company acquisitions, in North America and Europe. She is also responsible for the strategic asset allocation of over EURO 2.4 billion capital in global real estate.
2. Zack XU. Director and General Counsel. Vanke Holdings (USA) LLC
Zack is the Director and General Counsel of Vanke USA. Prior to joining Vanke USA, Zack was counsel for the Royal Bank of Scotland and the Bank of China New York Branch and prior to that was a finance and banking attorney with the international law firms of Allen & Overy and Jones Day. Zack has extensive experience in real estate acquisition, joint ventures, financing/banking, fund formation, regulatory compliance, M&A and general corporate matters. Zack holds a Juris Doctor degree from UCLA School of Law and a bachelor degree from The Johns Hopkins University.
3. Mitchelle Dong is the Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer of Pythagoras Investment Management. He overseers a diverse portfolio of real estate, energy assets, private equity and hedge funds, and direct investments in equities and fixed income securities. He also has operating responsibilities in several real estate and securities trading businesses. Mitchell Dong has been a real estate investor and developer since 1986. He is a specialist in residential properties, including high end single and multi family residential, luxury resort and vacation homes and related assets. His portfolio has included properties in NYC, Boston, Cape Cod, Northeast ski areas and Europe. He has also invested in REITs and real estate private funds in Asia and Europe.
4. Oliver SOHN. Senior Manager Transaction Real Estate practice of Ernst Young
Mr. Sohn specializes in hospitality and real estate industries. He provides global clients with a variety of hospitality and real estate services, including transaction advisory, valuations, capital markets, and strategic/operational advisory. Prior to joining Ernst & Young LLP in 2011, Mr. Sohn was co-founding partner of Seventh Art Real Estate LLC, a real estate investment & development advisory firm with offices in New York, London and Dubai, where he successfully completed investment and development strategy assignments on over twenty international transactions in excess of total $3 billion.
5. Patrice Derrington, B.Arch (hons), MBA, Ph.D. A recipient of the prestigious Harkness Fellowship, With a Masters of Business Administration from the Harvard University, Patrice worked as a Vice President in the Real Estate Finance Group at JP Morgan Chase primarily working on restructuring defaulted real estate loans and syndicating property investments both in the US and internationally. During 2002, Patrice made a significant contribution to the recovery effort following the September 11th 2001 terrorist attack on New York City. Since 2010, Patrice has undertaken remediation activities in New York for the boutique investment bank, Keefe Bruyette & Woods, advising on the distressed real estate assets on the books of their client banks, finalizing the liquidation strategy of a private Rockefeller entity, and advising US property investors on asset acquisitions in Australia.

Panel Four: International Education and Leadership
1. Mr. John Li is the Founder and CEO of AsianCareerMentor.com, where he applies his extraordinary consulting experience and leadership to build a team of industrial experts. These experts endeavour in providing personal mentorship for professionals and students who are eager to seek their path to career and life success. Prior to that, Mr. John Li has been a senior banking industry consultant for more than 16 years, providing capital market business and technology consult for HSBC, Citigroup, JPMorgan, Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, Barclays Capital and etc.
2. Mr. Dr. Ryan Buck currently serves as the Treasure/Secretary of the board of Study New York, a non-profit consortium that promotes higher education opportunities in international markets. He also serves as the Executive Director of International Student Affairs at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York where he oversees international student and scholar services and leads international initiatives in collaboration with divisions throughout the University.
3. Min Hu found Min Hu Education Consulting after she graduated from RENMIN UNIVERSITY OF CHINA. The main purpose of the company is to serve High-end private customers, Secondary and High Schools and Consulting Firms in the field of Study Abroad. The company successfully structured international study department, human capital management and curriculum design for 3 top Chinese high schools and liaised with 4 of the top 10 Chinese education consulting firms, such as New Oriental, Tiandao Education and Shinyway Education, to provide internal corporate training and educational service for high-profile clients. Min Hu successfully sent lots of students abroad to chase their dreams.
4. Sasha Zhou is the founder and CEO of International Minds Education in China. IM has developed a very innovative approach- IMCC Approach, of learning English language for Chinese K12 students. They are helping Chinese students to become Internationally minded confident communicators. In addition, she Sasha Zhou is also a Member of WIL (WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP). As the youngest woman entrepreneur in this organization, she is striving for the women leadership and success in China.
5. Dr. Francis Pang, is the Board Chairman of Canadian International School of Beijing and Canada AKD Education Inc., and also serves as Executive Director of the Beijing UNESCO Association Club. As an internationally known educator, he is the recipient of Great Wall Award from Beijing Municipal Government and founded the first joint-cooperative school in China - Beijing Concord College of Sino-Canada, as well as other Sino-Canada Schools in other major cities, such as Shenzhen, Hefei etc.

Panel Five: Inernational Relations
1. Tony Spanakos. Associate Professor, Political Science and Law at Montclair State University. Adjunct Professor, New York University. Spanakos has an A.B. from Princeton University (1995) and an M.A. and Ph.D from the University of Massachusetts Amherst (1998, 2000), all in Political Science.
He was a Fulbright Fellow at the Universidade de Brasília (2002) and the Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administración (Venezuela 2008), as well as a Visiting Researcher at the East Asia Institute at the National University of Singapore (Singapore 2009).
2. Mark Bruzonsky. He was a Root-Tilden Scholar at NYU Law School (J.D.) and a full-scholarship recipient at Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School (M.P.A.)
He was for four years the Chief Representative of the International Student Movement for the United Nations at U.N. Headquarters in New York. He has visited over 50 countries and has written and lectured about U.S. foreign policy and the Middle East at major universities including Princeton, Purdue, the University of Chicago, and the U.S. Army War College. He is the author of books published by The Wilson Center and Congressional Quarterly and is currently completing a personal book about the Middle East "Peace Process" as well a book collection of his major interviews with leading political and intellectual personalities about the Arab-Israeli conflict. TV appearances, writings, talks, and biographical information at MarkBruzonsky.com
3. Donald DeVivo is currently managing director of Zesiger Capital Group LLC, an SEC registered boutique investment advisory firm based in New York. He is responsible for building and managing concentrated portfolios of publicly-traded emerging market equities throughout the world for individual and institutional clients. Prior to joining Zesiger Capital Group in 2000, Don lived in Saigon for most of the preceding decade founding and managing several businesses including Indochina Ventures (real estate development advisory), Indochina Building Supplies Pte. Ltd. (ceramic tile and granite/marble manufacturing), Delta Juice Company Ltd., and Mekong Leisure Ltd., developer and operator of the Saigon Water Park.

Panel Six: Healthcare Industry
1. For the last 35 years, Dr. John A. Bennett, M.D., has been one of the most recognized entrepreneurs and businessmen in the Philadelphia area. A local and national leader in the healthcare and technology industries, Dr. Bennett is currently the President and CEO of the Devon International Group.
Dr. Bennett joined Delaware County Memorial Hospital as an emergency room physician in 1978. Three years later, he was elected to the hospital’s Medical Executive Committee and made Director of Emergency Services. In June of 1984, he was elected president of the Medical Executive Committee.
2. Dr. Niya Bowers, Senior Vice President of CMC, US and China, Garden State Pharmatech LLC.
Dr. Bowers has over 20 years of experience in pharmaceutical development. She has led the development and filing of over 50 INDs/IMPDs and 15 approved NDAs/MAAs. She has held positions of increasing responsibility in managing large pharmaceutical organizations starting in Warner-Lambert in 2003, Schering-Plough in 2005 and then Merck in 2010. Her most recent role was as Executive Director in Analytical Chemistry in Development and Supply at Merck.
3. Dr. Tang BoXiong now is the Senior Director at TEVA. Before, he worked for Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson and Glaxo Smith Kline as a Sr. Director, Director and Director in Global Health Outcome respectively. Dr.Tang has 17-year experience in Health Economics, Medical Outcome Study. He has studies about Health Care Policy including reform in global health care system and research and development in bio-pharmaceutical.
Dr.Tang was a Senior Consultant at Health Care Policy Program of Thomas Jefferson University. He has also worked for University of Alabama at Birmingham in Education and Research on Therapeutics (CERTs) committee and International Health Economics Association (IHEA).
4. Dr. Tang minghui Consulting Global Medical Director. Former Medical Director, Pfizer NY Headquarter. Expert in new drug clinical development thru in licensing compounds from clinical trials in the industry. Ming received his master degrees from universities Berkeley and Harvard with double majors in Bioengineering-Neurosciences and Medical Ethics, and studied Physics and Psychophysics under the supervision of Nobel laureate Donald Glaser. Prior to his medical degree, Ming conducted Phase I & Phase II new drug investigations at the federal National Institutes of Health Clinical Center as well as at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard affiliated teaching hospitals.
5. Michael DurandMr. Durand is now a consultant working directly with health care companies, advertising and public relations agencies and medical societies, primarily in corporate positioning in health care, payer evidence and product communications. Mr. Durand now is also the professor in graduate communications courses at NYU and Boston University. Over the years, Prof. Durand have been working on some of the most exciting public health campaigns and drug launches in recent memory in oncology, CNS and cardiovascular medicine. Until 2008 he was managing director of health care strategy and planning for Ogilvy Public Relations, working with clients both in the U.S. and Europe. Prior to Ogilvy, Prof. Durand spent 21 years at Porter Novelli, where he was the founding director of its health care practice.
6. Richard Kapiloff is Vice President of the Sustainable Development Technology, LLC (SDT). Mr. Kapiloff leads SDT's research and analyses interests in Healthcare in Urbanization. Kapiloff also co-manages SDT's US project investment division focusing on analyzing potential “sustainable” commercial ventures for International Investment.Previously, Mr. Kapiloff has served as a business consultant for small to medium sized businesses with Global Resources of Chicago. Kapiloff has spent more than twenty five years as an entrepreneur in the manufacturing, technology, and retail industries. He has owned and operated The KYM Company, an apparel manufacturing firm producing uniforms for the US's largest entertainment company as well as for State and Federal Governments. Mr. Kapiloff also served as CFO of Signum Group, a functional software consulting company specializing in Computerized Maintenance Management Systems and Oracle Financials. Signum primarily served Fortune 500 companies including IBM.

Panel Seven: Energy & Social Responsibility
1. Zhi-Hua (Tina) Fan, Ph.D. Adjunct Associate Professor, Rutgers University. Dr. Zhi-Hua (Tina) Fan is Adjunct Associate Professor at Exposure Science Division, the Department of Environmental and Occupational Medicine at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey. Dr. Fan served as Internal Advisory Board member, co-Director of the Controlled Exposure Facility (CEF) core of the NIEHS Excellence Center at Rutgers University. She is one of the primary founders of the Tri-State (NY, NJ, and PA) Chapter of International Society of Exposure Science (The Chapter), the President of the Chapter from 2010-2012, the Committee of Air Sampling Instruments of the American Commerce Government Industrial Hygiene (ACGIH).
2. Peter C. Fusaro. Peter is Chairman of Global Change Associates, a financial services advisory in New York City, and is the best selling author of What Went Wrong at Enron as well as 15 other books on energy and the environmental financial markets. Peter’s latest book was published in May 2010 by Oxford University Press on Energy and Environmental Project Finance Law and Taxation: New Investment Techniques. Peter has been selected for Who’s Who in America for 2007-2015 and Who’s Who in the World for 2009-2015. He coined the term “Green Trading” and holds the annual Wall Street Green Summit XVI in New York each spring (www.wsgts.com) which focuses on sustainable finance, impact investing, energy efficiency, renewable energy and clean technology. Peter is an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s School of International & Public Affairs.
3. John P. Martin, Ph.D. Founder of JPMartin Energy Strategy LLC. John is the founder of JPMartin Energy Strategy LLC which provides strategic planning, resource evaluation, project management and government/public relations services to the energy industry, academic institutions and governments. Prior to forming the consultancy, John spent 17 years working on energy research and policy issues at the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority and developed a series of projects targeting oil and gas resources, renewable energy development and environmental mitigation. He has served on various state and national panels including the USDOE’s Unconventional Resources Technical Advisory Committee.
4. Jiangang Luo, is the Chairman and Co-Founder of Faith Asset Management LLC. He is a Managing Partner at Prime Science & Technology, Inc., In 2009, Mr. Luo co-founded China Cleantech Forum. Prior to Cleantech, Dr. Luo has been a seasoned enterprise systems developer and manager, and served as a Principal Consultant at Oracle Corporation Inc., where he advised many Fortune 500 clients.
5. Mitchell Dong - Independent Energy Entrepreneur
Mitchell Dong has been an entrepreneur in alternative energy since 1973. He has developed independent power plants including solar, hydro and cogeneration facilities in China, US and Africa. He has also managed hedge funds which traded physical uranium, electric power and invested in listed alternative energy equities. He operated a hazardous waste disposal company serving demand side management programs of electric utilities. Today Mr Dong is a private investor in clean energy companies with innovative technologies.

Panel Eight: Culture and Arts
1. FANG FEI Musician. Mr. Fang is major in orchestra, minor in composer. In the 1970s, he toured with the theater to the UK, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and other European countries. After 1980s, he engaged in teaching and other commercial work the United States.
2. XU WEIXIN. Professor of School of Arts at Renmin University of China, Former Dean. Member of Executive Committee, China Oil Painting Association
Member of Oil Painting Art Committee, Chinese Artists
3. JING LI. Journalist, entrepreneur, TV host and social media specialist. The CEO and founder of www.JingLiUS.com. The first Asian winner for the prestigious Wharton Business Journalism award. The first Chinese to break into American major media.
4. BIAN HONG. Independent Chinese calligrapher . Contemporary ink Artists. Curator, 2013 Chinese American Arts Council. Outstanding artist award. 2013 American ASIA ART FUNDS . Outstanding artist award.

Agenda

8/2/2014

 Saturday

 

8/2/2014 Saturday

8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

Registration8:20 a.m – 8:40 p.m Breakfast

550 1st Ave Farkas Auditorium. NY NY 10016, between 34/33 street. NYU Langone Medical School

9:00 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.

Opening word: Ye Dongbai

Farkas Auditorium

9:20 a.m. - 9:50 a.m.

Keynote Speech: CHRIS WHITTLEWest meets East

Farkas Auditorium

9:55 a.m. - 11:25 a.m.

Panel Discussion: The Globalized "Real estate Storm"

 

Farkas Auditorium

11:25 a.m. - 11:35 a.m.

Break

 

11:35 a.m. - 12:05 p.m.

Keynote speech- Li Ding: Innovation driven development- China's strategy choice

Farkas Auditorium

12:05 p.m. -1:00 p.m.

Lunch Time

 

1:10 p.m. -2:40 p.m.

Panel Discussion A: Education & Leadership

Farkas Auditorium

1:10 p.m. -2:00 p.m.

Panel Discussion B: International Relations

Alumni Hall

2:10 p.m. -2:40 p.m

Keynote speech- Pang zhonghuaChinese Calligraphy passed on boundless love

Alumni Hall

2:50 p.m. - 4:20 p.m.

Panel Discussion A: Energy and Social Responsibility

 

Farkas Auditorium

2:50 p.m. - 4:20 p.m.

Panel Discussion B: Culture & Art

Alumni Hall

4:20 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Break

 

4:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Keynote Speech: Harry Edelson: Technology Innovation & Entrepreneurship

 

Farkas Auditorium

5:10 p.m. - 6:40 p.m.

Panel Discussion:

Technology Innovation & Entrepreneurship

 

Farkas Auditorium

7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

VIP Dinner

550 1st Ave Smilow multipurpose room. NY NY 10016, between 34/33 street. NYU Langone Medical School

8/3

Sunday

550 1st Ave Farkas Auditorium. NY NY 10016, between 34/33 street. NYU Langone Medical School

8/3 Sunday

930 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

Registration

Farkas Auditorium

10:00 a.m. -10:30 a.m.

Keynote Speech-Professor C.S. Kiang: Urbanization and Employment.

Farkas Auditorium

10:35 a.m. -11:05 a.m.

Keynote Speech- Leo Lester, How China is responding to the environmental crisis

Farkas Auditorium

11:15 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.

Panel Discussion:

Global Capitalization

 

Farkas Auditorium

12:45 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Lunch Break

 

2:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Keynote Speech-Laura Heery Health Improvement Districts

Farkas Auditorium

2:40 p.m. – 4:20 p.m.

Panel Discussion: Healthcare Industry- next decade

Farkas Auditorium

4:20 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Break

 

4:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

Keynote speech-Wang Haiyang: International personnel exchange program in China

Farkas Auditorium

5:10 p.m. -5:40 p.m.

Keynote speech- Professor. Fred Engst“Beating the Swords into Plowshares

Farkas Auditorium

550 1st Ave Farkas Auditorium. NY 10016, between 34/33 street

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Saturday, August 2, 2014 at 8:30 AM - Sunday, August 3, 2014 at 5:30 PM (EDT)


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