Co-organized with The University of Chicago Center in Hong Kong and supported by Hong Kong International Literary Festival
Date: 1 March, 2017
Time: 18:30 – 20:15
Venue: The Hong Kong Management Association, Rm 302, 3/F, Pico Tower, 66 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
- 18:30 – 18:45 Registration
- 18:45 – 18:55 Welcome and Introduction
- 18:55 – 19:45 Talk by Ted Fishman
- 19:40 – 20:15 Discussion/ Q&A
How do global population shifts change every important relationship we have, personally, economically and geopolitically?
Using an interactive discussion format with Ted Fishman, an award-winning journalist and best-selling author, we will explore how the aging of the world’s population and the worldwide trend toward smaller families drive globalization and change our most important relationships.
Speaker: Ted C. Fishman
Moderator: Brian Tsui, MBA’11, Director, DetourGuy Limited
About the Speaker
Ted C. Fishman is an award-winning journalist, best-selling author and former derivatives trader. His books have been published in 27 languages and over 50 foreign editions. His essays and reports also appear in many of the world’s most prominent publications.
Fishman has been a fellow at the think tank for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and a visiting scholar at Stanford University’s Center on Longevity. He has also been faculty director and lecturer with programs for global executives through Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business.
For more details and for registration, please visit: https://www.uchicago.hk/page/old-world-long-lives-small-families-scary-or-brilliant
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