On 16 February, the first day of the Lunar New Year, more than 600 distinguished guests ushered in the Year of the Dog with Minister Ong Ye Kung at the Lunar New Year Gathering 2018.
On 12 January afternoon, Business China organised its inaugural Business China Dialogue session at the 6th floor of Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre. Mr S.S. Teo, Managing Director of Pacific International Lines (PIL) and Board Director of Business China, shared his insights with Business China members on the new opportunities and challenges for the Singapore maritime industry brought about by China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
Managing Director of Pacific International Lines (PIL) and Board Director of Business China Mr Teo Siong Seng will share on the opportunities and challenges for the Singapore maritime industry brought forth by China’s Belt and Road Initiative on 12 January.
Business China and NTU Nanyang Business School jointly organised The Chinese New Year Get-Together and FC-ALP 2018 Preview on 20 Feb 2018 at Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre.
On 20 October evening, FC-ALP alumni organised the inaugural FC-ALP Alumni Club Event with the support of Business China Secretariat. The event held at Level 6 of Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre saw a turnout of 50 alumni.
The eighth edition of the FutureChina Global Forum 2017, held on 13 and 14 July, brought together close to 70 China experts to discuss the opportunities in the future economy and areas for potential collaboration in the Belt and Road Initiative with some 500 corporate leaders, senior executives and renowned academics.
'Eye on Asia' , a collaborative effort by Business China, the National Library, International Enterprise Singapore (IE Singapore), and International Trading Institute @ Singapore Management University, was launched on 10th Feb 2018.
Business China and its Youth Chapter (BCYC) hosted a group of 20 students from Yuanpei College, Peking University (PKU) from 31 January to 7 February 2018. During their 7-day stay, the PKU students visited several corporations and cultural sites, from which they acquired a better understanding of Singapore’s history, corporate environment, as well as our country’s political culture and multi-ethnic social fabric.