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Clinton China

Time: December 2, 2008 at 8am
Location: hong kong
City/Town: hong kong
Website or Map: http://www.clintonglobaliniti…
Event Type: Clinton
Organized By: clinton
Latest Activity: Dec 6, 2008

Event Description

Opening Plenary Session: Balancing Growth,
new models of sustainable development particularly between rural and urban areas in the fast-growing economies of China and India. Yang Jiechi, Foreign Minister, People’s Republic of China

Program Participants:
William J. Clinton,
Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, President, Republic of The Philippines
Yang Jiechi, Foreign Minister, People’s Republic of China
Yoriko Kawaguchi, Member, House of Councillors, Japan
Victor Fung, Chairman, Li & Fung Group
Uday Nabha Khemka, Vice Chairman, SUN Group Overcoming Disparity and Deprivation


Douglas Becker, Chairman and CEO, Laureate Education, Inc.


Stephen Chan, General Manager - Broadcasting, Television Broadcasts Limited
Sébastien Marot, Executive Director, Friends-International
John Wood, Founder and CEO, Room to Read
Zheng Hong, Founder, Pugongying Middle School

Green Buildings, Green Cities

Participants:
Fauzi Bowo, Governor, City of Jakarta, PEMDA DKI Jakarta
Mark Clifford, Executive Director, Asia Business Council
Clover Moore, Lord Mayor, City of Sydney
Qiu Baoxing, Vice Minister, Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, People’s Republic of China
Leonard B. Turk, Legal Director and Secretary, MTR Corporation Limited
Ken Yeang, Principal, Llewelyn Davies Yeang

Asia’s Double Burden: Chronic and Infectious Diseases

Program Participants:
York Chow, Secretary for Food and Health, Food and Health Bureau, Hong Kong SAR
David Ho, Director and CEO, Aaron Diamond Aids Research Center
Lois Quam, Managing Director, Alternative Investments, Piper Jaffray
Srinath Reddy, President, Public Health Foundation of India
Mechai Viravaidya, Founder and Chairman, Population and Community Development Association (PDA) Luncheon Plenary: Next-Generation Philanthropy
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Program Participants:

Zoher Abdoolcarim, Asia Editor, TIME Inc.
Ronnie Chan, Chairman, Hang Lung Properties Limited
Li Xiaolin, Vice President, Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries
Datuk Vinod Sekhar, President and CEO, Petra Group
Shahnaz Wazir Ali, Executive Director, Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy
Fernando Zobel de Ayala, President and COO, Ayala Corporation
2:00 P.M. - 3:30 P.M. Working Sessions (three simultaneous)

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Comment by chris macrae on December 6, 2008 at 8:29am
Bridging Digital and Learning Divides
Program Participants:
Douglas Becker, Chairman and CEO, Laureate Education, Inc.
Silver S. Choi, Editor and Senior Reporter, Maeil Business Newspaper
Jeremy Hockenstein, CEO and Co-Founder, Digital Divide Data
Rina Lopez Bautista, President, Knowledge Channel Foundation
Sugata Mitra, Professor, Educational Technology, Newcastle University, UK Valuing Resources, Changing Mindsets
Environmental resources – air, forests, water, the diversity of plant and animal life – are fundamental to human survival yet do not attract the level of investment routinely made in health, education, and infrastructure.
Program Participants:
Rico Hizon, Business Anchor and Reporter, BBC World News
Yuriko Koike, Member, House of Representatives, Japan
Xiaoyi (Sheri) Liao, President, Global Village of Beijing
Agus Sari, Country Director, EcoSecurities Indonesia
Puka Temu, Deputy Prime Minister, Papua New GuineaAsia’s Nutrition and Food Challenges

Program Participants:
Keith Bradsher, Hong Kong Bureau Chief, The New York Times
Chen Chunming, Senior Nutrition Expert, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Rajesh Gupta, President and CEO, Hariyali Kisaan Bazaar, DCM Shriram Consolidated Limited
Nguyen Quoc Trieu, Minister of Health, Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Jack Sim, Founder, World Toilet Organization
4:00 P.M. - 4:30 P.M. A Conversation with Lee Kuan Yew, Minister Mentor and Former Prime Minister of the Republic of Singapore
4:30 P.M. - 5:30 P.M. Plenary Session: Building Prosperity from Diversity

Program Participants:
Nambaryn Enkhbayar, President, Mongolia
Don Lam, Co-Founder and CEO, VinaCapital Group; Chairman, The VinaCapital Foundation
Cherie Nursalim, Executive Director, GITI Group
José Ramos-Horta, President, Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste
Maria A. Ressa, Senior Vice-President, ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs; Managing Director, ABS-CNB News Channel (ANC)
Wu Qing, Board Member, Beijing Cultural Development Center for Rural Women
Comment by chris macrae on December 6, 2008 at 8:30am
Grand Ballroom
The unfolding global financial crisis has put unprecedented pressure on governments, businesses, NGOs, families, and individual livelihoods. Especially vulnerable are the poor in developing economies. This panel will examine the outlook for the global economy over the next year, the challenges ahead for developed and developing economies, the prospects for recovery, and the immediate and longer-term social and economic implications of the crisis. Business and government leaders will assess the impact of the downturn on global efforts to alleviate poverty and the capacity of companies to meet their social responsibilities. They will also explore key priorities in education, public health, and energy and climate change that have emerged from the sharp slowdown in growth.
Program Participants:
Thomas Easton, Asia Business Editor, The Economist
Marc Lasry, Chairman and CEO, Avenue Capital Group
Lou Jiwei, Chairman and CEO, China Investment Corporation
Stephen S. Roach, Chairman, Morgan Stanley Asia Limited
Laura Tyson, Professor, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley
Shengman Zhang, President & COO Hong Kong, Citi


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10:00 A.M. - 11:00 A.M. Plenary: Post-Disaster Relief: Response, Responsibility and Reconstruction
Grand Ballroom
In the aftermath of major natural disasters – including the tsunami that affected South and Southeast Asia in December 2004, the cyclone in Myanmar, and the earthquake in central China earlier this year – this panel will enable business, government, and civil society leaders to examine the progress that has been made in rebuilding affected areas and the key lessons that have been learned from these and other calamities. Panelists also will focus on ways to improve response and reconstruction in order to “build back better” over the long term, including through collaboration among the state, the private sector, and non-governmental organizations.
Program Participants:
Anthony Banbury, Regional Director, Asia, UN World Food Programme
Jaime A. FlorCruz, Bureau Chief, CNN Beijing
Jiang Li, Vice Minister of Civil Affairs, People’s Republic of China
Jet Li, Founder, One Foundation
Kuntoro Mangkusubroto, Executive Director, Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Executing Agency for Aceh and Nias (BRR)
Surin Pitsuwan, Secretary-General, ASEAN


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11:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M. Working Sessions (three simultaneous, lunch will be served)

Alternative Higher Education
Salon Rooms
To respond to changes in the workplace and rising demand for talent, societies have to expand and create innovative models of higher education. In a learning society, education beyond secondary school is essential. Expanding access to higher education has been a policy priority for many Asian countries, which have also aimed to build elite institutions. This session will examine new ways of organizing higher learning beyond the traditional university. Panelists will discuss alternative models, including distance learning, non-institutional credit recognition projects, qualification systems, and specialist schools. They will also consider the various effective public-private partnerships that have emerged and ways in which these may be replicated or scaled up elsewhere in the region.

Program Participants:
Christopher Graves, President and Regional CEO, Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide
Yoshito Hori, Chairman and CEO, GLOBIS Group
V.N. Rajasekharan Pillai, Vice-Chancellor, Indira Gandhi National Open University
Daggubati Purandeswari, Minister of State for Human Resource and Development, India
Frank Sixt, Director, Li Ka Shing Foundation

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Developing Green Technology and Renewable Energy
Grand Rooms
Asia can jum
Comment by chris macrae on December 6, 2008 at 8:37am
More than good intentions at the Clinton Global Initiative
CNN - Dec 4, 2008
Bill Clinton's CGI in Hong Kong aimed to turn good intentions into positive committments. What was surprising however was his remarkably nonchalant entrance ...
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Telegraph.co.uk
CIC Head Wary of Investing in Western Banks
Wall Street Journal - Dec 2, 2008
By PETER STEIN HONG KONG -- The chairman of China's $200 billion sovereign wealth fund says the funds' directors "don't have the courage" to invest in the ...
China to Shun West’s Finance Sector New York Times
UPDATE 1-China wealth fund lacks stomach for financial buys Reuters
China Pursuing a 'Beggar Thy Neighbor' Policy Amidst Financial Crisis Seeking Alpha
The Associated Press
Comment by chris macrae on December 6, 2008 at 8:45am
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Financial Post
Can Asia stand on its own economically?
Financial Post, Canada - 14 hours ago
Now, when Mr. Roach speaks in Hong Kong -- sometimes as the highest-profile member of an elite team tasked by the local government with guiding the city ...
Morgan Stanley economist: We are in a post-bubble world Xinhua
Hedge fund Avenue Capital says 'phenomenal' time to buy guardian.co.uk
Coping with the financial crisis FinanceAsia
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