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    18,2017QIIR held the first Welcome Party of CHENG Project

    On August 18st, volunteers of QIIR Youth Impact Project (Cheng Project) were invited to the first Welcome Party. QIIR gave a brief account of the classification and operation of think tanks. Dr. GE Lisha made a presentation on voluntary spirits to interact with volunteers. More
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    11,2017Professor XU Lei was appointed as a Member of QIIC

    On August 11st, Xu Lei, academician from Academia Europaea and the professor of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, was officially appointed as a Member of QIIR Industrial Innovation Committee (QIIC). During the interview, Prof. Xu said that Qianhai was able to build an AI platform and create world-class leading enterprises. To know more about the interview: More
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    10,2017Prof. Xu Lei from Shanghai Jiao Tong University: Artificial intelligence would not lead to unemployment

    Artificial intelligence (AI) has entered a new stage of development. It is becoming a new engine of economic development and coming into an increased focus of international competition. In the future, AI would be a crucial breakthrough for intelligent industries technologies and applications, and comprehensively and profoundly change the human life style. In the afternoon of August 10, Qianhai Lecture invited Xu Lei, the professor of Shanghai Jiao Tong University and academician from Academia Europaea, to introduce relevant AI theories, achievements, current status and major trends. More
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    18,2017Experts and entrepreneurs discussed how to exploit potential for “Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area” through innovation

    On July 18th, the 2nd Enterprise Innovative Ecosphere Convention was held in Dongguan. Influential economists, including President of QIIR, Prof. Chen Kwan-yiu and Nobel laureate Thomas J. Sargent, as well as business leaders had an in-depth discussion during the Round Table session. Discussion covered topics including opportunities under the “Belt and Road Initiative”, visions for “Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area” and the power of technological innovation. More
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    13,2017QIIR acted as a go-between for SUSS and GIC to build up an academic and technological exchange platform

    With the prior facilitation of QIIR, Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) and Galaxy Industry Group (GIC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in the afternoon of July 13th, 2017. Both sides will promote comprehensive strategic cooperation in the fields of high-end talents training, financial technology development, exchange program of entrepreneurship and innovation, business project landing, etc. More
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    27,2017The First Postdoctoral Research Base of QIIR was Found Today

    On April 27, the inaugural ceremony for the Postdoctoral Research Base of QIIR and China Center for Special Economic Zone Research at Shenzhen University (CCSEZR) was held at E-hub in Qianhai. Lin Chaoying, Deputy Inspector of the Bureau of Shenzhen Human Resources and Social Security; Professor Tao Yitao, Director of CCSEZR; Wang Jinxia, Deputy Director-General of Qianhai Authority; Professor Edward K Y Chen, President of QIIR attended this ceremony. More
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    27,2017The 4th "Qianhai Cross-border Financial Index" was released

    On April 26, the "Qianhai Cross-border Financial Index"(QCFI), jointly compiled by QIIR and the Hong Kong University, was released for its Q4 data in 2016. The index will be released quarterly. Click the title for the full Chinese report. More
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    28,2017No Trade Is Not A Solution to Uneven Distribution of Globalization

    On March 24, 2017, Professor Edward K.Y. Chen shared insights at session on Globalization & Free Trade: The Hong Kong Experiences and Perspective on Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2017. In his opinion, the rising objections to globalization lie in uneven benefits distributed during this process. The winners of this process are the top 5% richest people in the world and the middle class in emerging economies. All the challenges raised by globalization could not be resolved by no trade. Don’t be so pessimistic about the current anti-globalization debate. It is not anti-globalization. It’s globalization in a different form. More
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