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The panelists discussed actively on the growing markets of China and ASEAN for the online entertainment, gaming and e-sports field.
The forum focuses on the ASEAN-China youths’ perspectives and is an important part of Business China’s FutureChina Global Forum 2020 (Special Virtual Edition).
Current employment trends, opportunities, and challenges of the global HR market post-pandemic and more were shared during the session.
An MOU was signed on 10 Sept 2020 between Business China CEO, Ms Tin Pei Ling and Chairman, Dr David Ong, symbolising a strategic partnership between BC and SMC.
Business China is pleased to present the annual flagship FutureChina Global Forum 2020 which spans across three days from 15 to 17 September 2020.
The speakers stressed the need for cooperation between the government and enterprises as well as being flexible and creative in overcoming the difficulties brought about the pandemic.
BCYC member Ian Loh shared about his passion for banking and finance, as well as his work experience in Greater China, particularly his observations about the Fintech space.
Bringing together a panel of esteemed business leaders from the hospitality industry to explore how businesses should innovate and adapt in the near future and more.
The competition aims to promote in-depth cooperation in technological innovation and accelerate the development of high-end technology in both Singapore and China.
Participants had the opportunity to engage Minister Ong on a range of topics including the challenges and opportunities for youths in the current pandemic and more.
The webinar featured well-known experts and business leaders from Singapore, China and ASEAN with in-depth knowledge and expertise on the subject topic.
Mr Sim Sihan, President of Qing History Society (Singapore) and Dr Koh Chin Yee, Vice President of South Seas Society (Singapore) shared about the history of Singapore and China based on recent famous dramas “Story of Yanxi Palace” and “The Little Nyonya”.
Ms Tin shed light on the impacts of COVID-19 to the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), which include global supply chain disruptions, delays and budget reductions in BRI projects as well as restrictions on human mobility and trade.
Mr Lim Teck Yong, who was one of the three representatives from Shopee shared; “The willingness to pick up and learn new skill is important. In Shopee, we value will over skill”.
Titled “Business recovery and future planning in the COVID-19 crisis” (逆境求存 抗议寻机 - 企业的复原与发展), the programme comprised of two components – (1) Domestic Issues and (2) Global Perspectives.