2022 Harvard Kennedy School China Conference


China-United States Exchange Foundation partnered with Harvard Kennedy School's Greater China Society, and Center for China and Globalization co-hosted two webinars in March.

March 26, 2022, Economic Panel on “US-China Economic Relations in Unstable Times - Challenges and Opportunities Ahead”

In the midst of current geopolitical uncertainties, US-China economic cooperation is facing great challenges. Panellists discussed how to maintain a fair and sustainable trade relationship between the US and China, how to ensure stability in financial markets, and how to create more opportunities for cooperation in the future.


Dr. Henry Huiyao Wang, CCG President

Professor Jason Furman, Aetna Professor of Practice of Economic Policy, Harvard

Professor Zhiwu Chen, Director, Asia Global Institute, University of Hong Kong

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March 27, 2022, Healthcare Panel onResponsibilities and opportunities: what waits ahead for the private health care providers in China?”

The COVID-19 pandemic and the aging population in China have drawn increasing attention nation-wide to its healthcare sector. China's 14th Five-Year Plan calls for improvement to its multi-level social security system and the "Healthy China 2030" blueprint, supporting various initiatives including the development of private care providers. Under the current policy and socioeconomic environment, what are the responsibilities and opportunities for these private players?


Mr. Antony Leung, Co-founder and Group Chairman, New Frontier Group

Dr.Winnie Yip, Professor of the Practice of Global Health Policy and Economics, Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Ms. Jin Wang, Partner, McKinsey & Company

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