HKNZBA is pleased to invite you attend our latest Business Seminar: ‘A changing Hong Kong: Living with the new National Security Law’, taking place on Thursday 22 October, 5.30pm at the Cordis, 83 Symonds Street, Auckland 1010.
We look forward to welcoming an esteemed panel of guest speakers, each bringing different backgrounds, understandings and perspectives towards Hong Kong and its newly enacted National Security Law.
Coming out of New Zealand’s second extended lockdown, HKNZBA looks forward to welcoming members and friends for what is sure to be a fantastic event back in action, and ahead of the rescheduled Hong Kong Festival in November.
We look forward to welcoming the following guests to our panel discussion:
HKNZBA proudly welcomes the following guests to our panel:
Prof Paul Clark
Paul is Professor of Chinese at the University of Auckland and Director of the North Asia Centre of Asia-Pacific Excellence (CAPE). His research focus is on popular culture in contemporary China, including films, youth and leisure. The author of four books on China, he was educated at Auckland, Peking and Harvard universities.
Ms Felicity Roxburgh
Felicity is Director Business and Director of the Auckland office of the Asia New Zealand Foundation. She has over ten years’ experience in diplomacy, with a focus on advancing political, security and economic outcomes for New Zealand in Asia. As Acting Consul-General in Hong Kong she worked to develop connections between Hong Kong and New Zealand businesses and to help remove barriers to trade. In New York, Felicity served during New Zealand’s time on the UN Security Council, focusing particularly on peace and security issues affecting the Asia-Pacific region.
Dr Heida Donegan
Heida is President of the Hong Kong New Zealand Business Association, a member of the New Zealand China Council and a partner in the corporate and commercial team at Dentons Kensington Swan, which is part of the world’s largest law firm Dentons. Heida has over 25 years’ experience in advising clients on cross-border investments. She heads Dentons Kensington Swan’s Asia Business team and regularly advises clients on in-bound investments covering a diverse range of sectors.
Mr Raymond Fan
Raymond is Director of the Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office in Sydney, and Representative to Australia & New Zealand, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government. Mr Fan has extensive overseas representation experience for Hong Kong and was stationed in New York, USA from 1990-1993 and 1998-2002.
We look forward to welcoming you to this Business Seminar on 22 October. For catering purposes, please register by Friday 16 October at the latest. Spaces for this event are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to get in touch via +64 9 307 1216 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terms and Condition
- Payments must be received in advance of the registration deadline in order to confirm event participation.
- All payments are non-refundable.
- A tax receipt will be issued upon request and receipt of payment.