China Affairs

China Affairs Department is an executive workforce designated to formulate and implement AmCham’s overall China Agenda. Led by the Board & the China Affairs Group and coordinated with Chamber’s Membership Department, Government Relations/Public Affairs Department, Publication Department and all Chamber Committees, China Affairs Department is dedicated to reinforce Hong Kong as a "gateway into China" and also a "gateway out of China." The two major goals of China Affairs Department are 1) to inform AmCham members broadly about business developments and opportunities in Mainland China; 2) to assist member companies to succeed in China’s market; and 3) to interface effectively with Chinese companies that are trying to go international. In order to achieve the goals, the Department is dedicated to the following programs and activities.
Shortly after the Shenzhen Hong Kong Stock Connect was launched on Dec 5, AmCham HK President Richard Vuylsteke led a delegation of 32 members to exchange views and explore business opportunities in the financial industries with regulators, industry leaders and policy advisors in Shenzhen on Dec 8.

China Conference
In his first public speech since assuming the post of US Consul General for Hong Kong and Macau, USCG Kurt W Tong places a great emphasis on the unique arrangement under which Hong Kong has flourished and continued to prosper, reinforcing the “close and friendly” US-Hong Kong relationship built upon a shared respect for certain fundamental freedoms and core values critical to Hong Kong’s success as a global hub for international finance and trade

China Delegations
Shortly after the Shenzhen Hong Kong Stock Connect was launched on Dec 5, AmCham HK President Richard Vuylsteke led a delegation of 32 members to exchange views and explore business opportunities in the financial industries with regulators, industry leaders and policy advisors in Shenzhen on Dec 8.

Building China Business Connections

Business Briefing Program