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Code : 2014083
Event Name : YCPG Youth Forum 2014 – Hong Kong 2030: An Ideal City?
CPD Code : Formal Events
Speaker : Guest of Honour: Hon CY LEUNG, Chief Executive of HKSAR (香港特別行政區 行政長官 梁振英先生)

Panelists: Ms. Ada Fung, Mr. Albert Au, Prof. Albert Lee, Mr. Benjamin Hung, Mrs Cecilia Wong, Mr. David Tang, Mr. George Hongchoy, Mr. Huen Wong, Mr. KK Ling, Mr. Patrick Lau, Sr PC Lau, Ir Raymond Chan, Hon Rimsky Yuen SC, Dr. Sigmund Leung, Prof. Sophia Chan, Dr. Tse Hung Hing
Event Date : 26/07/2014
Event Time : 01:30 pm - 06:20 pm
CPD Hour(s) : 4
Venue : Run Run Shaw Hall, Academy of Medicine, 99 Wong Chuk Hang Road
Division : YSG
Closing Date : 25/07/2014
Fee : $180 for YSG members ; $50 Discounted fee for Full Time Students (with limited quota)
Priority : Priority given to YSG members; first-come-first-served with payment
Language : Cantonese supplemented by English
Details :
  Time Details Speakers      
             
  13:30 - 14:15 Registration        
             
  14:15 - 14:30 Welcoming remarks Sr PC Lau      
      Chairman, The Hong Kong Coalition of Professional Services
             
      Ms. Juni Ngai    
      Convenor, YCPG Youth Forum 2014  
             
  14:30 - 15:15 Guest of Honour address  Hon CY Leung    
      Chief Executive of HKSAR  
             
    Panel Session With representatives from 11 young groups
             
      Moderators:      
      Sr PC Lau      
      Chairman, The Hong Kong Coalition of Professional Services
             
      Mr. Albert Au    
      Convenor, Young Coalition Professional Group
      Vice Chairman, The Hong Kong Coalition of Professional Services
             
  15:15 - 15:30 Photo taking        
    Vote of Thanks Mr. Albert Au    
      Convenor, Young Coalition Professional Group
      Vice Chairman, The Hong Kong Coalition of Professional Services
             
  15:30 - 16:15 Panel Discussion 1 - Construction Sector Panellists:      
    The Prospect of Hong Kong Land and Housing Development Mr. KK Ling    
    Director of Planning Department, HKSAR      
    Hong Kong 2030: Planning Vision and Strategy was published in 2007 after seven years of consultations and amendments.  Nearly half of the planning period has passed, and Hong Kong has been experiencing changes ranging from technological advancement, social and demographic structure, and citizens’ pursuance of quality living environment. Are the planning visions still in line with the expectations or actually behind the development pace? At the moment, what are the ambitions and visions of the construction industry towards Hong Kong 2030: Planning Vision and Strategy? How can we transform Hong Kong into a genuine livable city which is truly home to quality, green living environment under the guidance of sustainable development?        
    Mr. David Tang    
    Property Director, Mass Transit Railway Corporation Limited      
           
    Ms. Ada Fung    
    President, Hong Kong Institute of Architects
           
    Mr. Patrick Lau    
    Past President, Hong Kong Institute of Landscape Architects
           
    Ir Raymond Chan    
    Immidiate Past President, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
           
    Moderators:      
    Mr. Edwin Tang    
    Hong Kong Institute of Planners  
           
    Mr. Patrick Au Yeung    
    Hong Kong Institute of Architects  
             
  16:15 - 17:00 Panel Discussion 2 - Financial Sector Panellists:      
    2030 Hong Kong Economy with Mr. Benjamin Hung    
    Sustainable Growth Regional Chief Executive Officer, Greater China
      Executive Director & Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong
      Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited
             
      Mr. George Hongchoy    
    Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer
    The Link Management Limited  
           
    Mr. Albert Au    
    Past President, Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants
           
    Moderators:      
    Mr. Gary Poon    
    Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants
             
      Mr. Edmond Chiu    
      Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries
             
  17:00 - 17:45 Panel Discussion 3 - Legal Sector Panellists:      
    Enhancing Hong Kong's Status as an  Hon Rimsky Yuen SC    
    International Dispute Resolution Centre Secretary for Justice, HKSAR  
    With our strong legal system, abundance of professional expertise, advantageous geographical location, connectivity with the Mainland and support from the government, Hong Kong has been a leading centre for dispute resolution in the Asia-Pacific region. This session discusses how our legal infrastructure would stay at the forefront of international development so as to maintain and enhance our status as a leading centre for international legal and dispute resolution services.        
    Mr. Huen Wong    
    Former President & Chairman of Arbitration Committee, The Law Society
    of Hong Kong    
    Former Chairman, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre
           
    Mrs Cecilia Wong    
    Council member & Chairman of Mediation Committee, The Law Society of Hong Kong
           
    Moderators:      
    Mr. Charles Chau    
    The Law Society of Hong Kong  
             
      Ms. Esther Chan    
      Hong Kong Bar Association  
             
  17:45 - 18:15 Panel Discussion 4 - Medical Sector Panellists:      
    Incorporating healthy cities concepts  Prof. Sophia Chan    
    in future town planning Undersecretary for Food and Health, HKSAR
    The Healthy Cities movement initiated by WHO epitomizes the spirit of making health an agenda for all sectors of society. Throughout the last decade, such concept has been well implemented in different districts under the leadership of community groups, health professionals and the goverment. Any forward-looking city planning should never exclude healthy cities considerations with regards building recreational areas, habitats, workplace and schools. With more population attracted to the city, the health and medical demands also become an indispensible aspect in city planning. In this section we will have professionals from the academics, medical professionals and government to  give more insight on incorporating healthy cities concepts in future town planning.





       
    Prof. Albert Lee    
    Director, Centre for Health Education and Health Promotion, 
    Chinese University of Hong Kong  
           
    Dr. Tse Hung Hing    
    President, Hong Kong Medical Association
           
    Dr. Sigmund Leung    
    President, Hong Kong Dental Association
           
    Moderators:      
    Dr. Jeffrey Pong    
    Hong Kong Medical Association  
           
    Dr. Michael Mui    
    Hong Kong Dental Association  
             
  18:15 - 18:20 Closing Remark Ms. Juni Ngai      
      Convenor, YCPG Youth Forum 2014      
             
Remark :
1) No walk-in registration accepted
2) For Full-time University Students, please provide a copy of your valid student ID for record with the registration form.
 


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