Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, San Francisco
Hong Kong
Leadership Luncheon: New strategy for current challenges in biotech development

On January 8, the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, San Francisco and the Asia America MultiTechnology Association (AAMA) co-hosted a leadership luncheon featuring speakers from the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks (HKSTP) and Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX).

Prof Lap-Chee Tsui, Founding President of the Academy of Sciences of Hong Kong; George Tee, Chief Technology Officer of HKSTP; and Michael Chan, Senior Vice President of HKEX shared about Hong Kong’s innovation and technology ecosystem and her potential as a regional biomedical hub, as well as listing in Hong Kong especially for biotech companies.

Both Biocom and Chinese Bioscience Association (CBA) had given unwavering support to this event.

Click below to view the presentations.

Presentation by Prof Lap-Chee Tsui

Presentation by George Tee

Speakers of the Leadership Luncheon, Prof Lap-Chee Tsui, Founding President of the Academy of Sciences of Hong Kong (third left); George Tee, Chief Technology Officer of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks ((third right), and Michael Chan, Senior Vice President of Hong Kong Stock Exchange take a photo with Ivanhoe Chang, Director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, San Francisco (center) before the luncheon.
Speakers of the Leadership Luncheon, Prof Lap-Chee Tsui, Founding President of the Academy of Sciences of Hong Kong (third left); George Tee, Chief Technology Officer of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks ((third right), and Michael Chan, Senior Vice President of Hong Kong Stock Exchange take a photo with Ivanhoe Chang, Director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, San Francisco (center) before the luncheon.


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