Rm S221, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 6:30-8:00pm
"China Picks Better Leaders than the West"
Intelligence Squared Debate in Hong Kong: “China Picks Better Leaders than the West”
Intelligence Squared, the premier international forum for live debate, presents the motion: "China Picks Better Leaders than the West." The event will be held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on Monday, 29 October 2012.
With the once-in-a-decade change of power in Beijing, a U.S. election on the horizon and political and economic systems in turmoil elsewhere, the debate urgently explores the issues around global leadership today.
Closer to home, the 15th year after the return of Hong Kong to Chinese sovereignty has witnessed hundreds of thousands take to the streets in protest. Are mainland China and its systems to be embraced? Or feared?
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HK$300 per person through HK Ticketing from Tuesday, 14 August 2012.
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The debate in Hong Kong forms part of a global Intelligence Squared triathlon on competing forms of leadership that started in Shanghai and will culminate in London (www.intelligencesquared.com).
OTHER EVENTS IN THE SERIES:
SHANGHAI - 17 August 2012
LONDON - 20 November 2012
On 20-23 August, UK-based charity Debate Mate, supported by Intelligence Squared and sponsored by Deutsche Bank, successfully hosted a four-day workshop in Hong Kong for a group of the city's disadvantaged students.
Read the full story and photos at our Blog.
Intelligence Squared announces a new speaker for the motion: Daniel Fung - Specialist in China-US relations, Senior Counsel and Hong Kong Solicitor General from 1994 to 1998. Due to a change in her travel schedule, Regina Ip regrets that she cannot be in Hong Kong for the 29 October debate.