On November 9-10, the China-United States Exchange Foundation will welcome international leaders to its annual summit, the Hong Kong Forum on U.S.-China Relations.
The Forum will be held at The St. Regis Hong Kong, featuring keynotes, dialogue and panel discussions on trade and economy, science and technology, people-to-people contacts, climate change and public health, and international finance.
The Hong Kong Forum, created in 2019, is a landmark event of CUSEF. It is supported by a wide range of global figures from government, business, and civil society who travel to Hong Kong to share their insights.
In addition to convening key figures from the U.S. and China, this year’s Hong Kong Forum strategically positions global stakeholders in a relationship of global consequences—with speakers from regions including Europe, Asia and the Pacific.
China’s Ambassador to the United States Xie Feng
Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus
China’s Ambassador to the United States Xie Feng and Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus will address the conference by video, while those traveling to Hong Kong in-person include: Charlene Barshefsky, 12th United States Trade Representative; Bi Jingquan, Executive Vice Chairman of the China Center on International Economic Exchanges; Mogens Lykketoft, President of the 70th session of the UN General Assembly; Max Baucus, 11th U.S. Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China; Zhu Min, former Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund; Shyam Saran, former Foreign Secretary of India; and Bhokin Bhalakula, former President of Parliament and Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand.