13TH DECEMBER 2022
10:30 – 11:30 am HKT
Inno2, 2/F, 17W, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks, Hong Kong SAR (In-person only with Chatham House Rule)
While the global COVID-19 pandemic is ebbing with most of the countries reopening the borders, 2022 has continued to be a worrying time with more wicked development challenges that city leaders have to make difficult choices, or usually lack of options to respond to.
Upon 3 years of pandemic turmoils and social-distancing policies, cities face, for example, unprecedented city development challenges with the accumulated fiscal and monetary burdens. While more (young) workforces are being pushed to flexible employment as many SMEs and industries execute the cut plans, some cities face challenges maintaining attractiveness in maintaining talents, losing cultures and hence, economic competitiveness.
The panel discussion session “Global Economic Outlook Dialogue – Post-Pandemic Society, Gray Rhinos and What Slows Cities Down From Growing?” gathers voices from city agencies: policy think tanks, placemaking agencies, semi-government representatives and civil societies to discuss the issue and identify key factors that public sectors shall actively co-create private sector or public-private collaboration options to reignite the cities’ momentum.
Gan Yi Reng
Manager of Urban Mechanics of the ThinkCity Malaysia
Danting Liu, MPH
Health Policy Researcher of Our Hong Kong Foundation
Co-Founder & Community Engagement Director of the
Co-Founder and Chief Catalyst of the Dream Impact
Michael Cheuk-Hon Chan, MPH
Curator – Hong Kong Hub of Global Shapers Community
Bandung & Jakarta
Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks
On 13th December, join us the main conference of the 7th Annual Meet of the Future City Summit to engage in the Keynote, Panel Discussion and highlight session this year the “City Festival Sandbox“.
In Mid December, join us in the satellite keynote and panel discussion in Cambodia along the strategic partnership project of Riverside Heritage Walk photo exhibition in the partnership with Living Forum.