Join our live broadcast for Online Seminar: Interpretation of “Hengqin Plan” and “Qianhai Plan”

September 10,2021

Join our live broadcast for Online Seminar: Interpretation of “Hengqin Plan” and “Qianhai Plan”

The “Hangqin Plan” and “Qiahai Plan” have been announced recently. The Greater Bay Area is entering into a new era and new pattern. Both plans will promote the integration of the development of Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macau, and bring new development opportunities to Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Coalition is holding an online seminar, where Mr. Leung Chun Ying , the Convener of Hong Kong Coalition will share his speech and invite Mr. Xu Ze, the President of Chinese Association of National Hong Kong and Macau and the Former deputy director of the Hong Kong and Macau Office, and Mr. Li Weinong, the Secretary of Economics and Finance of the Macao SAR Government, Mr Paul Chan Mo- po, Financial Secretary of the Hong Kong SAR Government and Mr. Su Kun, Office advisor of the Secretary for Economy and Finance of the Macao SAR Government to shared their views, and guests from different sectors discussing and interpreting the content of the plan.

We would like to invite you to join the online live broadcast and details are as follows:

Date: 2021/09/13 (Monday)
Time: 2:30-5:00pm
Hong Kong Coalition’s Facebook (Chinese)

HKCCL Youtube (English interpretation)


mber of NCCPPCC, Chairman of

Guangdong-HK-Macao Bay Area Entrepreneurs Union

2)  Dr Wang Chunxin, Head of Hong Kong Economic and Policy Research Division Bank

of China (Hong Kong)

3)  Dr. FANG Zhou , Research Director of One Country Two Systems Research Institute

4)  Ms. Josephine Tse, Executive Representative of Hengqin FTZ (Hong Kong)

Representative Office

4:00-5:00pm Interpretation of Qianhai Plan
Moderator: Chen Yong, The convener of the Shenzhen Group


1)  Dr. Witman Hung, Chief Liaison Officer for Hong Kong Affairs, Qianhai


2)  Dr. James Wang, Research Director, Bay Area Hong Kong Centre

3)  Prof. Leung Hoi Ming , Chairman of China Silk Road iValley Research Institute

4)  Mr. C M Chan, Head of the Centre for the Rule of Law, Hong Kong Policy Research



Secretariat of Hong Kong Coalition