LEAP 2015:
Eyes on the PRD Region

Date: 2015-07-08

Address:  Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Hong Kong

About LEAP

LEAP - an intensive Leadership Excellence and Advancement Programme presented by the Bauhinia Research Foundation Centre (BFRC) with the aim of grooming potential youth leaders with a vision and mission in pursuing their future careers and sustaining Hong Kong’s long-term development.

This year, BFRC will be organising a brand new four-day summer programme - ‘LEAP 2015: Eyes on the PRD Region’ - from 8 to 11 July, which allows 50 elite students from local and overseas universities to broaden their horizon and gather insights through valuable site visits to Qianhai, a one-day sharing at Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, distinguished talks and networking sessions with prominent social and business leaders in Hong Kong.

Participants of LEAP will discover fresh perspectives on the development of the PRD region and examine key elements of being a successful leader. You will also be given an opportunity to show your capability to be a future leader by engaging in a presentation on relevant social topics, enabling you to explore motivating thoughts and beliefs.

This unique opportunity offers personal advancement, fantastic networking and dynamic insights surrounding Hong Kong’s role in the PRD region.

 

 

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Featured Speakers

Norman Chan

Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority

Ivan Chu

Chief Executive of Cathay Pacific

Ada Ho

Director of LplusH Creations Foundation Ltd

Ming Wai Lau

Vice-chairman of Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre & Chairman of Chinese Estates Holdings Ltd

Lawrence Lee

Director of Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre, Chairman of the Hong Kong, PRC, Vietnam and Korean offices of Baker & McKenzie

Bryant Lu

Vice-Chairman of Ronald Lu & Partners

David Yeung

Co-founder of Green Monday

Douglas So

Vice-President and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Institutional Advancement) of The University of Hong Kong

Kenneth Chen

Secretary General of the Legislative Council

Ken Wong

Head of Centre for Degree Programmes at the University of Hong Kong, School of Professional and Continuing Education