What’s in store for China in the year of the Rooster? We’re delighted to have Seen-Meng Chew, vice-president at J.P. Morgan; Susan Finder, founder of the Supreme People’s Court Monitor and Hak-yin Li, lecturer on government and public administration at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, lead a discussion on business, economics, politics, foreign policy and law. Bring your thoughts and questions to what will be a lively and engaging evening!
We invite Seen-Meng Chew, vice-president at J.P. Morgan; Susan Finder, founder of the Supreme People’s Court Monitor and Hak-yin Li, lecturer on government and public administration at the Chinese University of Hong Kong to discuss.
Seen-Meng is a vice-president at J.P. Morgan’s global markets China team. Working closely with the Vice Chairman of Asia Pacific, he undertakes research to monitor China’s economic development and policy changes, as well as to formulate viewpoints on global economic issues. Before joining J.P. Morgan, Seen-Meng worked as an economist at the International Monetary Fund and Morgan Stanley in Singapore, covering South East Asian countries. Seen-Meng received a PhD in economics from the University of Chicago.
Susan Finder is best known for her blog, the Supreme People’s Court Monitor. She has been observing (and interacting with) the Supreme People’s Court and Chinese legal professionals for over 30 years as both an academic and practitioner. She is Distinguished Scholar in Residence at the School of Transnational Law of Peking University (Shenzhen) and in the fall of 2015 was an Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law of the University of Hong Kong.
Hak-yin Li is a lecturer at the Chinese University of Hong Kong’s department of government and public administration. Li’s research and teaching interests mainly cover the fields of global governance, international relations, Chinese foreign policy, Chinese and Hong Kong politics. His works can be found on Journal of Contemporary China, Asian Politics and Society and East Asian Policy.