[SEYSA] Invitation to the seminar of Youth Programme 2012_The Golden 50 years in Hong Kong

  • From: chris.chan@xxxxxxxxx
  • To: seysa@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, prize2012@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 8 Jul 2012 22:41:23 -0600

        9th July, 2012

        Youth Programme 2012 

        Seminar 2 – The Golden 50 years in Hong Kong


        Dear Youders,


        On behalf of the Sir Edward Youde Scholars Association (SEYSA), I
cordially invite you to join the second seminar of this year’s
Youth Programme, which will be held at 9:30am on 28th July 2012 at the Hong 
Kong Polytechnic


        The Honourable�LAM Fan-keung, a non-official member of the
Executive Council of HKSAR, will share with us the analysis of the
current situation of Hong Kong and the projection of Hong Kong in the
coming 3 decades. Mr. LAM was the former Managing Director and Senior
Portfolio Manager at UBS Global Asset Management from 2006 to 2011. He
was a part-time member of the Hong Kong Government’s Central Policy
Unit during the Asian financial crisis from 1997 to 1998. In 2011, Mr.
Lam established HKGolden50, an independent non-profit policy research
platform aimed at unblocking some of Hong Kong’s economic and
social constraints. 


        Please note the details of the seminar as below.

        Date: 28th July, 2012 (Saturday)

        Time: 9:30 – 11:10

        Venue: UT 103, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HKPU)

        Dress code: Smart causal

        Fee: Free for members and students of HKPU, HKD 50 for non-member


        Please indicate your presence if you would to join the seminar on or
before 24thJuly, 2012 by emailing to yp@xxxxxxxxxx To facilitate the
discussion, we invite you to share the questions that you would like to
raise and discuss during the seminar. We very much look forward to your
reply soon.


        Yours sincerely,


        Chris CHAN

        Development Officer

        Youder since 2009


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