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Ms Tin shared her insights on pertinent issues on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) such as Singapore’s role in the BRI, how ASEAN can collaborate and work together for BRI, as well as the challenges and opportunities for businesses.
SM Teo delivered his keynote address which delved deep into the shifting global order and offer his advice on three core principles to navigate current global challenges.
19 Business China Youth Chapter (BCYC) members embarked on an 8-day learning journey to the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) where they explored the cities of Shenzhen, Guangzhou, and Foshan.
Business China deeply appreciates Mr Li Rongrong's support and his contributions to strengthening Singapore-China relations. He will be dearly missed.
Business China Chairman Mr Lee Yi Shyan delivered a speech at the Obama Sustainable Development Lecture organised by the Global Alliance of SME (GASME)
Minister Ng Chee Meng, the Minister in Prime Minister’s Office and Secretary-General of the National Trades Union Congress, shared his insights on "China's economic growth and the China-readiness of Youth in Singapore" during the session.
Business China will facilitate new avenues of business connectivity between Singapore and Guangxi under the New International Land-Sea Trade Corridor.
Business China CEO Ms Tin Pei Ling attended the First China-Singapore Economic and Trade Cooperation Forum and signed a MOU with China Enterprises Association.
Business China Chairman Mr Lee Yi Shyan was invited to make an introductory speech before commencing the first panel discussion to share his views on the topic, while Business China CEO Ms Tin Pei Ling moderated the second panel discussion.
Business China aims to nurture a pipeline of new economy and innovative talents by tapping on Guangzhou Knowledge City and the Greater Bay Area.
Ms Tin highlighted four areas where Singapore can play a part in the BRI Initiative and engaged in a Q&A session with the participants.
The Asia House Global Trade Dialogue attracted support from across Singapore's business and policy spectrum, with supporting partners including EU-ASEAN Business Council, Singapore Fintech Association and Business China.
The session, themed “Chinese Economy: Current Challenges and Opportunities”, saw shared views on topics such as China's economy, government-enterprise relations and public administration, with active participation from the audience.
Singapore and Shandong will be boosting collaboration in four major areas, one of which is the Youth Interns Exchange Scheme (YES) which Business China will administer.
The celebration also saw a dialogue session with Minister Josephine Teo Minister for Manpower and Second Minister for Home Affairs and the signing of a MOU between Business China and Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
Business China Chairman Lee Yi Shyan had a deeper understanding on future development directions between Singapore and Jiangsu. With that, Business China will be able to assist and facilitate more interactions between both companies in areas of interest.
Both panelists exchanged candid views and had stimulating discussions on topics surrounding the latest tech developments in the region.
Business China Chairman Mr Lee Yi Shyan exchanged views on the comprehensive cooperation between Singapore and Sichuan during the bilateral meeting with government officials and business representatives.
The Business China Youth Showdown 2019, was held at NTU @ One North on 24 July 2019 with the attendance of approximately 160 students and teachers.
Business China and Ngee Ann Polytechnic renewed the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the China Readiness Programme on 1 July 2019.
Into its 10th anniversary, the FutureChina Global Forum (FCGF) was held in conjunction with Temasek’s Ecosperity Week and the theme for this year is “Sustainable Development in a Dynamic World Order”.
Following the signing of a three-year Framework Agreement with Bank of China (Singapore Branch) in August 2018, the "Business China-Bank of China Internship Programme" was officially launched on 13 May 2019.