CityU Eminence Society (CityUES) sponsored a seminar named “Our relationship with the One Belt, One Road Initiative” (「一帶一路如何與你息息相關」) in the Eminence Galaxy Alumni Function Room on 26th May 2016. CityU Eminence Society (CES) has established on 31 Dec 2010. Our mission is “To unite senior alumni to proactively contribute their resources, expertise and networks to help advance the University and serve the community”. Before the seminar, I took a photo with Dr. Wilson Chan Fung-Cheung (Advisor and Founding Member, CES) and Mr Chan Yung Brave (Vice-Chairman, CES; Chairman, New Territories Association of Societies) for memory.
Before the seminar, Mr Chan Yung Brave introduced CityU Eminence Society and invited senior management alumni to participate the society.
In the beginning, Dr. Wilson Chan Fung-Cheung introduced his financial background and establishing the BRGDA「一帶一路國際發聯盟」. He briefed today’s talk in four key topics below.
i) Internationalization of RMB and One Belt One Road (OBOR)
ii) Internationalization and the Silk Road with me – case study
iii) Risks and Opportunities of Internationalization and Silk Road
iv) Explore the times to be hero
Then he mentioned the Thirteen Five Plan (十三五規劃) with 5 elements and they were Innovation, Coordination, Green, Open and Share.
Dr. Wilson Chan demonstrated the video from Chinese Academy of Governance (國家行政學院) to introduce OBOR. It focused on 5 policies communication included Culture, Technology, Medical, Education and Travel.
And then Dr. Chan explained why China is a big country but not a strong country because China hasn’t the power of rules setting and been treated unfairly.
The following diagram summarized the OBOR countries and regions.
After that Dr. Chan explained what role Hong Kong to be played such as the 1st RMB Offshore Centre, investment, job, study, leisure, political, religion and knowledge, etc. In the Thirteen Five Plan, one of missions is deepen cooperation with HK, Macao and Taiwan which help to build the Guangdong-HK-Macao Big Bay Area (粵港澳大灣區生態圈).
Finally, Dr. Chan briefed the summary of OBOR Initiative in one slide included:
i) Systematic Project,
ii) Core areas / Circles,
v) Cooperative Priorities,
so as to create People-to-People bond.
At the end, he explained the analysis of OBOR infrastructure to us.
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