China-American economic relations : retrospect and prospect = 中美經貿關係 : 回顧與前瞻
Vincent Woo Distinguished Visiting Scholars Programme
6:00 p.m. -- 8:00 p.m.
MBG06, Lam Woo Lecture Theatre, Main Building Building, Lingnan University
The Vincent Woo Distinguished Visiting Scholars Programme 2006 of Lingnan University presented a public lecture by Prof CHENG Si-wei, Vice-Chairman, Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC), PRC on 3 April 2006. The lecture was entitled “China-American Economic Relations: Retrospect and Prospect”. Prof Cheng shared with enthusiastic audience his views and analysis on the development and prospect of the China-American economics relationship throughout the lecture.
Cheng, S. (2006, April 3). China-American economic relations: Retrospect and prospect = 中美經貿關係 : 回顧與前瞻 [Video podcast]. Retrieved from http://commons.ln.edu.hk/videos/211
Prof. Cheng Si-wei is the Vice-Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China, and Chairman of the China Democratic National Construction Association (CDNCA). Prof Cheng obtained the Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, USA in 1984. He was an academic advisor to the World Bank and has published many academic books and over 120 articles in leading academic journals. Prof Cheng has been dedicated in the development of management sciences in China and has proposed the widely recognized “three foundations, three levels, three areas” concept which has formed the framework and direction of the subject. In recent years, Prof Cheng has also proactively advanced the development of venture capital in China, which earned him the recognition as the “godfather of venture capital in China”.
Vincent Woo Distinguished Visiting Scholar Programme 2006, Lingnan University
The public lecture was part of the “Vincent Woo Distinguished Visiting Scholar Programme” established in 1999 with the generous endowment given by Dr Vincent Woo Wing-fai. The Programme provides funding for the University to invite an internationally renowned scholar to stay on campus for a week each year to give a public lecture, hold seminars with staff and students, and give advice to various academic departments.