Meridian 180 Global Summit 2018

Digital Humanity: Risks and Opportunities
June 15th-17th - Hong Kong At the 2018 Meridian 180 Global Summit participants will examine how critical sectors are being reshaped by new and developing digital technologies. Throughout the Summit, an “Idea Stream” for each sector will repeatedly bring together diverse subject matter experts and stakeholders from a broad range of disciplines in working sessions. The Idea Streams will grapple with emerging challenges and identify areas of opportunity for action in academia, policy, and the private sector. IDEA STREAMS Data Governance (Privacy & Security) Banking & Finance Gender Justice Smart Cities Networked Political Movements & Economies
Summit Registration

Schedule

  • 15 June
  • 16 June
  • 17 June

Welcome Ceremony

09:00 AM 09:45 AM

Anthong Y.H. Fung

Annelise Riles

Workshop: Gender and Cyberspace: Problems and Possibilities

09:45 AM 12:00 PM

Workshop Part 1 : Hong Kong Basic Law from the Perspective of Comparative Constitutional Law

09:45 AM 12:00 PM

Workshop: Designing a Comprehensive Compensation Scheme for Nuclear Power Plant Accident Victims

09:45 AM 12:00 PM

Lunch

12:00 PM 02:00 PM

Workshop: Future of the Global University in a Digitized World

02:00 PM 04:15 PM

Workshop Part 2: Hong Kong Basic Law from the Perspective of Comparative Constitutional Law

02:00 PM 04:15 PM

Workshop: Meridian 180 Korea Base Roundtable

02:00 PM 04:15 PM

Global Summit Opening Plenary Session

04:30 PM 06:00 PM

Dinner and Discussion

06:30 PM 08:30 PM

IDEA STREAM: DATA GOVERNANCE

09:00 AM 10:30 AM

IDEA STREAM: GENDER JUSTICE AND DIGITAL LIFE

09:00 AM 10:30 AM

IDEA STREAM: BANKING AND FINANCE

09:00 AM 10:30 AM

IDEA STREAM: SMART CITIES

09:00 AM 10:30 AM

IDEA STREAM: NETWORK POLITICAL MOVEMENTS AND ECONOMIES

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Fieldwork Exercise

10:30 AM 01:00 PM

Lunch Plenary Reflection on Fieldwork Exercise

01:00 PM 02:30 PM

IDEA STREAM: DATA GOVERNANCE

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

IDEA STREAM: GENDER JUSTICE AND DIGITAL LIFE

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

IDEA STREAM: BANKING AND FINANCE

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

IDEA STREAM: SMART CITIES

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

IDEA STREAM: NETWORKED POLITICAL MOVEMENTS AND ECONOMIES

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Coffee Break

04:00 PM 04:30 PM

IDEA STREAM: DATA GOVERNANCE

04:30 PM 06:30 PM

IDEA STREAM: GENDER JUSTICE AND DIGITAL LIFE

04:30 PM 05:30 PM

IDEA STREAM: BANKING AND FINANCE

04:30 PM 06:30 PM

IDEA STREAM: GENDER JUSTICE AND DIGITAL LIFE

04:30 PM 06:30 PM

IDEA STREAM: NETWORKED POLITICAL MOVEMENTS AND ECONOMIES

04:30 PM 05:30 PM

Group Bus Travel to Hong Kong Island

06:30 PM 07:30 PM

Dinner in Hong Kong at Assaggio Trattoria Italiana

07:00 PM 09:00 PM

IDEA STREAM: DATA GOVERNANCE

09:00 AM 10:20 AM

IDEA STREAM: GENDER JUSTICE AND DIGITAL LIFE

09:00 AM 10:20 AM

IDEA STREAM: BANKING AND FINANCE

09:00 AM 10:20 AM

IDEA STREAM: SMART CITIES

09:00 AM 10:20 AM

IDEA STREAM: NETWORKED POLITICAL MOVEMENTS AND ECONOMIES

09:00 AM 10:20 AM

Coffee Break

10:20 AM 10:30 AM

IDEA STREAM: DATA GOVERNANCE

10:30 AM 11:30 AM

IDEA STREAM: GENDER JUSTICE AND DIGITAL LIFE

10:30 AM 11:30 AM

IDEA STREAM: BANKING AND FINANCE

10:30 AM 11:30 AM

IDEA STREAM: SMART CITIES

10:30 AM 11:30 AM

IDEA STREAM: NETWORKED POLITICAL MOVEMENTS AND ECONOMIES

10:30 AM 11:30 AM

Lunch

11:30 AM 12:30 PM

Plenary Session

12:30 PM 02:30 PM

Coffee Break

02:30 PM 03:00 PM

Closing Session

03:00 PM 04:30 PM

Partners

Sponsor

Hosts

Anthong Y.H. Fung

Co-Director
Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies

15 June

Annelise Riles

Founder and Director, Meridian 180
Cornell University
Annelise Riles is the Jack G. Clarke Professor of Law in Far East Legal Studies and Professor of Anthropology at Cornell University. She is the founder and director of Meridian 180, a transnational platform for policy solutions. Her work focuses on the transnational dimensions of law, markets, and culture across the fields of private law, conflict of laws, financial regulation and comparative legal studies. She has conducted legal and anthropological research in China, Japan and the Pacific and speaks Chinese, Japanese, French, and Fijian. She has published on a wide variety of topics, including comparative law, conflict of laws, financial regulation, and central banking. Her first book, The Network Inside Out, won the American Society of International Law's Certificate of Merit for 2000-2002. She has served as a visiting Professor at Yale University, University of Tokyo, the London School of Economics, the University of Melbourne and as a visiting researcher at the Bank of Japan. Her most recent book is The Changing Politics of Central Banking (forthcoming 2018 Cornell University Press). She is currently working on a book about the possibility for transnational democratic dialogue in times of geopolitical conflict, based on the experience of Meridian 180. Her latest research concerns the transnational data governance regime.

15 June

Chao Xi

Professor, Faculty of Law & Director, Chinese Law Programme
Hong Kong Institute for Asia-Pacific Studies
Chao XI is Professor and Vice Chancellor's Outstanding Fellow of the Faculty of Law at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, where he concurrently serves as Assistant Dean (Graduate Studies) and Director of the Master of Laws Programmes in Chinese Business Law, Common Law and International Economic Law. He also directs the Chinese Law Program of the Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies (HKIAPS), CUHK.
Professor Xi specializes in comparative corporate law, securities regulation, and financial regulation, with a particular focus on the case of China. He has published extensively in leading peer-reviewed international journals, including the Banking and Finance Law Review, European Business Organization Law Review, Journal of Business Law, and Journal of Comparative Law, Statute Law Review, and Tort Law Review. His research has received significant funding support from the Hong Kong SAR Government Research Grants Council, the PRC Ministry of Education, and the Sumitomo Foundation.
Professor Xi holds various visiting positions at institutions in Asia and Europe. He is an elected Director (and Treasurer) of the European China Law Studies Association (ECLS). He serves on the Editorial Board of a number of peer-reviewed journals, including The China Review, China-EU Law Journal, and Hong Kong Law Journal. Professor Xi is also a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), UK, and he has regularly been engaged by law firms, multinationals, and government departments and agencies as an expert.

Xingzhong Yu

Professor in Chinese Law
Cornell University Law School
Xingzhong Yu’s academic interests include Chinese law and legal history, social theory, comparative legal philosophy, constitutional law, and cultural studies of law.

Prior to joining Cornell Law School, he was with the Faculty of Law at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) where he taught jurisprudence, constitutional law and Chinese law. He holds an LLM and SJD from Harvard Law School, and while there was a lecturer on law, senior research fellow in East Asian Legal Studies, and visiting associate professor. He has held various visiting academic positions at Beijing University's Department of Law, Jilin University, Shandong University, Northwest University of Politics and Law, Columbia Law School, and the Australian National University. He was the Wang Distinguished Visiting Professor at Cornell Law School in the fall semester of 2010.

As an Associate at Chicago’s Baker & McKenzie (1995-1998), he assisted clients doing business in China, providing expertise on Chinese law relating to foreign invested enterprises.

His 1995 J.S.D. dissertation on A Theory of Civil Order s was written under the guidance of Chinese Law specialist William P. Alford. He is the author of numerous articles and three books, including Rule of Law and Civil Orders (2006).

Cornell Law School

Chinese Law Programme, Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies

Keio University Global Research Institute

Ewha Womans University

UNSW Sydney

Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo

Asia-Japan Research Institute, Ritsumeikan University

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, Cornell University

Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, Hong Kong

SDSN Hong Kong - Sustainable Development Solutions Network

Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Clarke Program in East Asian Law and Culture, Cornell Law School

Well Link Financial Group

Welcome Ceremony

09:00 AM 09:45 AM Room LT6 - Cheng Yu Tung Building

Speakers

Gender and Cyberspace: Problems and Possibilities

Workshop: Gender and Cyberspace: Problems and Possibilities

09:45 AM 12:00 PM Room LT8- Cheng Yu Teng Building

WORKSHOP DETAILS 

Gender and Cyberspace: Problems and Possibilities


Panelists
  • Cynthia Grant Bowman, Cornell Law School, Ithaca, New York
    Chair/Commentator
  • Adam Dodge, Legal Director, Laura’s House, Orange County, California -  Current and Future Implications of Cyber Abuse on Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence
  • Zhang Linghan, Northeast Normal University Law School, Changchun, PRC - Algorithm Inequality: Hidden Gender Discrimination in the Digital Age
  • Cheng Sealing, Department of Anthropology, Chinese University of Hong Kong - How Much Power Should the State Have? Some Cautionary Notes on Sexual Policing Online
  • Shmyla Khan, Digital Rights Foundation, Pakistan - Gender in Online Spaces: Tackling Online Harassment Through the Law: The Experience of Pakistan
  • Sally Kawing Lo, Postdoctoral Fellow, Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong - Violence and Sex in the Traditional and New Media: Changes in Public Concerns

Living in a digital age confronts women with many problems, as well as possibilities. On the negative side, cyberspace has led to many new or intensified types of gender-based harm, including, for example, nonconsensual pornography or revenge porn, online grooming of child sex abuse victims, child pornography, sexual harassment, and intimate partner abuse. Moreover, new types of gender discrimination arise from algorithm bias, that is, the use of internet search engines that are biased toward male results, thus prejudicing, for example, female job candidates. The internet can also serve as a medium for cross-boundary harm and exploitation, helping to recruit women who end up being trafficked, as well as enticing “mail order” brides. On the other hand, the internet offers new possibilities in organizing and working for change. Researching and blogging about gender issues are possible in a way unimaginable in the past. #MeToo, for example, is a product of the internet, and the exchange of information on issues such as gender transition is facilitated by it. This Workshop – Gender and Cyberspace: Problems and Possibilities - will include a panel of leading scholars to provide careful analysis of this changing landscape.


Hong Kong Basic Law from the Perspective of Comparative Constitutional Law

Workshop Part 1 : Hong Kong Basic Law from the Perspective of Comparative Constitutional Law

09:45 AM 12:00 PM Room LT7 - Cheng Yu Tung Building

WORKSHOP DETAILS

Panelists
  • Professor Albert CHEN Hung-yee, Cheng Chan Lan Yue Professor in Constitutional Law, Faculty of Law, HKU Constitutional Law, Faculty of
  • Prof. CHENG Jie, Associate Professor, School of Law, Tsinghua University
  • Prof. FU Huangling, Professor, Faculty of Law, HKU
  • Dr. HE Zhihui, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, Macau University of Science and Technology
  • Professor LIN Feng, Associate Dean / Professor, Director of the Centre for Judicial Education and Research, School of Law, CityU
  • Dr. NEOH, Anthony, Head of Chambers at Chambers of Anthony Neoh, QC, SC
  • Dr. NG, Simon T.M., Assistant Professor, College of Humanities and Law, HKU Space
  • Prof. TONG Zhiwei, Professor, Law School, East China University of Political Science and Law
  • Dr. WANG Shucheng Peter, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, CityU
  • Dr. YE Yizhou, Research Associate, Institute of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Development Studies, Sun Yat-sen University
  • Dr. YE Zhusheng, Lecture, Law School, South China University of Technology
  • Prof. YU Xingzhong, Anthony W. and Lulu C. Wang Professor in Chinese Law, Cornell Law School
  • Dr. YUAN Fang, Executive Editor, China Law Review
  • Prof. ZHU Guobin, Professor and Director of City University of Hong Kong Press, Faculty of Law, CityU
  • Prof. ZOU Pingxue, Professor and Associate Dean, Law School, Shenzhen University

The workshop, which will take the form of roundtable discussion, includes two sessions. Each session revolves around a sub-theme under the main theme. Participants will speak on a particular topic relating to the sub-themes and engage in discussions after presentations. Both sessions will be conducted in Chinese.

Morning Session: Principles and Methods for Interpreting the Basic Law
This session will be dedicated to examining how the Basic Law has been implemented after handover from both legislative and judicial perspectives. Relevant topics include, but not limited to, 1) how the Basic Law has been reflected in the relevant local legislation enacted or proposed by the Hong Kong Legislative Council, and 2) how courts in Hong Kong have referred to and implemented relevant provisions of the Basic Law in their decisions, with a view to safeguard Hong Kong’s constitutional order, to protect the rights of Hong Kong residents, etc. We expect that, through analysis, the principles and methods for interpreting the Basic Law will be identified. Based on this identification, we will continue to explore how Hong Kong’s constitutional order can be further developed in the context of comparative constitutional law.

Moderator: Prof. XI Chao, Professor, CUHK Faculty of Law; Director of Chinese Law Program, HKIAPS, CUHK

Afternoon Session: Constitutional System---Institutional Interface and Integration
This session aims to deal with some specific issues that have emerged during theconstitutional development of Hong Kong, based on some theoretical concepts, such as constitutional system, constitutional eco-environment, and constitutional experimentalism. Specific issues include, but are not limited to, manifestations of centralized review and decentralized review in Hong Kong’s constitutional system, the complementarity of legislative interpretations and judicial interpretations, the relationship between the Constitution of the People’s Republic of China and the Hong Kong Basic Law, the applicability of China mainland’s law in Hong Kong, etc.

Moderator: Dr. Victor W.T. ZHENG, Assistant Director, HKIAPS, CUHK
Nuclear Working Group

Workshop: Designing a Comprehensive Compensation Scheme for Nuclear Power Plant Accident Victims

09:45 AM 12:00 PM Room LT5 - Cheng Yu Teng Building

WORKSHOP DETAILS

Panelists:

What the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident Robbed: Exploring the Limitations and Potentials of the Compensation Payment System
  • Yuki Ashina, Partner, Hinodecho Law Office, Shizuoka
  • Takao Suami, Professor of Law, Waseda University
  • Satsuki Takahashi, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Faculty of Sustainability Studies, Hosei University

Compensation for Transboundary Claims in Nuclear Accidents
  • Annelise Riles, Jack G. Clarke Professor of Far East Legal Studies, Cornell Law School, and Professor of Anthropology, Cornell University
  • Dai Yokomizo, Professor, Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University

Crisis Management: Lessons from Fukushima
  • Lissette Lorenz, PhD Candidate, Science & Technology Studies, Cornell University

Moderator - Hirokazu Miyazaki Knight Professor of International Studies and Director

Nuclear power plant accidents are rare. When an accident happens, however, its consequences can be broad, long-lasting and even international. A global working group coordinated jointly by the Cornell University Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies and Meridian 180 has been engaged in a comparative investigation of the three major accidents—Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and Fukushima. The working group’s investigation has focused on ad-hoc compensation schemes developed for victims of these three accidents. The goal of the working group is to develop a proposal for a more comprehensive and democratically designed compensation scheme.


Lunch

12:00 PM 02:00 PM 5th Floor - Cheng Yu Tung Building

Future of the Global University in a Digitized World

Workshop: Future of the Global University in a Digitized World

02:00 PM 04:15 PM Room LT8 - Cheng Yu Tung Building

WORKSHOP DETAILS

Panelists
  • Fanny Cheung, Pro-Chancellor, Chinese University of Hong Kong and Co-Director, Hong Kong Institute for Asia Pacific Studies
  • Jeff Lehman, Vice Chancellor, NYU Shanghai
  • Young Joon Kim, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Asian University for Women Support Foundation and Partner, Representative Foreign Legal Consultant, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP
  • Keigo Komamura, Vice President for Legal Affairs, Internal Assessment, Alumni Relations and Privacy Protection Policy, Director, Keio University Global Research Institute,Keio University
  • Hiro Miyazaki, Knight Professor of International Studies and Director,Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, Cornell University
  • Annelise Riles, Meridian 180 Founder, Jack G. Clarke Professor of Far East Legal Studies, Cornell Law School, and Professor of Anthropology, Cornell University

Moderator - Tim McLellan, PhD Candiate, Department of Anthropology, Cornell University

The world’s leading universities increasingly pride themselves on their global reach. International branch campuses and transnational inter-university partnerships have proliferated. As well as the transnational nature of universities’ physical infrastructures, digital technologies promise new opportunities for teaching, learning and research to extend far beyond university campuses and the nation-states that they physically occupy. With globalization and digitization, the university of the future will likely be very different to the institutions that we know today. This suggests critical questions for what the university could and should become: Will globalizing the university mean extending the reach of Western universities? Or challenging the dominant institutions of global knowledge production? If the university is to be become global who are the global publics that it will serve? And what are the global communities that it will create? This workshop will analyze the possibilities and challenges for the global university and explore what the university of the future could and should look like.

Hong Kong Basic Law from the Perspective of Comparative Constitutional Law

Workshop Part 2: Hong Kong Basic Law from the Perspective of Comparative Constitutional Law

02:00 PM 04:15 PM Room LT7 - Cheng Yu Tung Building

WORKSHOP DETAILS

Panelists
  • Professor Albert CHEN Hung-yee, Cheng Chan Lan Yue Professor in Constitutional Law, Faculty of Law, HKU Constitutional Law, Faculty of
  • Prof. CHENG Jie, Associate Professor, School of Law, Tsinghua University
  • Prof. FU Huangling, Professor, Faculty of Law, HKU
  • Dr. HE Zhihui, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, Macau University of Science and Technology
  • Professor LIN Feng, Associate Dean / Professor, Director of the Centre for Judicial Education and Research, School of Law, CityU
  • Dr. NEOH, Anthony, Head of Chambers at Chambers of Anthony Neoh, QC, SC
  • Dr. NG, Simon T.M., Assistant Professor, College of Humanities and Law, HKU Space
  • Prof. TONG Zhiwei, Professor, Law School, East China University of Political Science and Law
  • Dr. WANG Shucheng Peter, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, CityU
  • Dr. YE Yizhou, Research Associate, Institute of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Development Studies, Sun Yat-sen University
  • Dr. YE Zhusheng, Lecture, Law School, South China University of Technology
  • Prof. YU Xingzhong, Anthony W. and Lulu C. Wang Professor in Chinese Law, Cornell Law School
  • Dr. YUAN Fang, Executive Editor, China Law Review
  • Prof. ZHU Guobin, Professor and Director of City University of Hong Kong Press, Faculty of Law, CityU
  • Prof. ZOU Pingxue, Professor and Associate Dean, Law School, Shenzhen Univerisity

The workshop, which will take the form of roundtable discussion, includes two sessions. Each session revolves around a sub-theme under the main theme. Participants will speak on a particular topic relating to the sub-themes and engage in discussions after presentations. Both sessions will be conducted in Chinese.

Morning Session: Principles and Methods for Interpreting the Basic Law
This session will be dedicated to examining how the Basic Law has been implemented after handover from both legislative and judicial perspectives. Relevant topics include, but not limited to, 1) how the Basic Law has been reflected in the relevant local legislation enacted or proposed by the Hong Kong Legislative Council, and 2) how courts in Hong Kong have referred to and implemented relevant provisions of the Basic Law in their decisions, with a view to safeguard Hong Kong’s constitutional order, to protect the rights of Hong Kong residents, etc. We expect that, through analysis, the principles and methods for interpreting the Basic Law will be identified. Based on this identification, we will continue to explore how Hong Kong’s constitutional order can be further developed in the context of comparative constitutional law.

Moderator: Prof. XI Chao, Professor, CUHK Faculty of Law; Director of Chinese Law Program, HKIAPS, CUHK

Afternoon Session: Constitutional System---Institutional Interface and Integration
This session aims to deal with some specific issues that have emerged during theconstitutional development of Hong Kong, based on some theoretical concepts, such as constitutional system, constitutional eco-environment, and constitutional experimentalism. Specific issues include, but are not limited to, manifestations of centralized review and decentralized review in Hong Kong’s constitutional system, the complementarity of legislative interpretations and judicial interpretations, the relationship between the Constitution of the People’s Republic of China and the Hong Kong Basic Law, the applicability of China mainland’s law in Hong Kong, etc.

Moderator: Dr. Victor W.T. ZHENG, Assistant Director, HKIAPS, CUHK

Korea Base Roundtable

Workshop: Meridian 180 Korea Base Roundtable

02:00 PM 04:15 PM Room LT5 - Cheng Yu Tung Building

WORKSHOP DETAILS

Korea Base Roundtable


This is a roundtable organized by the Korea Base of Meridian 180 for members to present their individual or collaborative research and insights in a friendly, interdisciplinary setting ahead of the start of the Global Summit. The presented subjects will provide a good overview of the subjects covered in the Idea Streams, from data governance to the future of labor, as well as other topics presenters have been working on. Global Summit participants are welcome to attend and join the discussion, but space may be limited.

Global Summit Opening Plenary Session

04:30 PM 06:00 PM Room LT6 - Cheng Yu Tung Building

Dinner and Discussion

06:30 PM 08:30 PM Regency Ballroom I, Hyatt Regency, 18 Chak Cheung St, Ma Liu Shui, Hong Kong

Data Governance (Security & Privacy)

IDEA STREAM: DATA GOVERNANCE

09:00 AM 10:30 AM CYT 211

Gender Justice and Digital Life

IDEA STREAM: GENDER JUSTICE AND DIGITAL LIFE

09:00 AM 10:30 AM CYT 209

Banking and Finance

IDEA STREAM: BANKING AND FINANCE

09:00 AM 10:30 AM CYT 212

Smart Cities

IDEA STREAM: SMART CITIES

09:00 AM 10:30 AM CYT 212

Networked Political Movements and Economies

IDEA STREAM: NETWORK POLITICAL MOVEMENTS AND ECONOMIES

09:00 AM 10:00 AM CYT 207

Banking and Finance
Data Governance (Security & Privacy)
Gender Justice and Digital Life
Networked Political Movements and Economies
Smart Cities

Fieldwork Exercise

10:30 AM 01:00 PM Meet in CYT Ground Floor Lobby to Join Small Groups

Banking and Finance
Data Governance (Security & Privacy)
Gender Justice and Digital Life
Networked Political Movements and Economies
Smart Cities

Lunch Plenary Reflection on Fieldwork Exercise

01:00 PM 02:30 PM CYT 3rd Floor

Data Governance (Security & Privacy)

IDEA STREAM: DATA GOVERNANCE

02:30 PM 04:00 PM CYT 211

Gender Justice and Digital Life

IDEA STREAM: GENDER JUSTICE AND DIGITAL LIFE

02:30 PM 04:00 PM CYT 209

Banking and Finance

IDEA STREAM: BANKING AND FINANCE

02:30 PM 04:00 PM CYT 212

Smart Cities

IDEA STREAM: SMART CITIES

02:30 PM 04:00 PM CYT 210

Networked Political Movements and Economies

IDEA STREAM: NETWORKED POLITICAL MOVEMENTS AND ECONOMIES

02:30 PM 04:00 PM CYT 207

Coffee Break

04:00 PM 04:30 PM CYT 3rd Floor

Data Governance (Security & Privacy)

IDEA STREAM: DATA GOVERNANCE

04:30 PM 06:30 PM CYT 211

Gender Justice and Digital Life

IDEA STREAM: GENDER JUSTICE AND DIGITAL LIFE

04:30 PM 05:30 PM CYT 209

Banking and Finance

IDEA STREAM: BANKING AND FINANCE

04:30 PM 06:30 PM CYT 212

Smart Cities

IDEA STREAM: GENDER JUSTICE AND DIGITAL LIFE

04:30 PM 06:30 PM CYT 210

Networked Political Movements and Economies

IDEA STREAM: NETWORKED POLITICAL MOVEMENTS AND ECONOMIES

04:30 PM 05:30 PM CYT 207

Group Bus Travel to Hong Kong Island

06:30 PM 07:30 PM CYT Building Entrance

Dinner in Hong Kong at Assaggio Trattoria Italiana

07:00 PM 09:00 PM 6/F Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

Data Governance (Security & Privacy)

IDEA STREAM: DATA GOVERNANCE

09:00 AM 10:20 AM YIA 504

Gender Justice and Digital Life

IDEA STREAM: GENDER JUSTICE AND DIGITAL LIFE

09:00 AM 10:20 AM YIA 506

Banking and Finance

IDEA STREAM: BANKING AND FINANCE

09:00 AM 10:20 AM YIA 507

Smart Cities

IDEA STREAM: SMART CITIES

09:00 AM 10:20 AM YIA 509

Networked Political Movements and Economies

IDEA STREAM: NETWORKED POLITICAL MOVEMENTS AND ECONOMIES

09:00 AM 10:20 AM YIA 510

Coffee Break

10:20 AM 10:30 AM YIA 2nd Floor Oval Area

Data Governance (Security & Privacy)

IDEA STREAM: DATA GOVERNANCE

10:30 AM 11:30 AM YIA 504

Gender Justice and Digital Life

IDEA STREAM: GENDER JUSTICE AND DIGITAL LIFE

10:30 AM 11:30 AM YIA 506

Banking and Finance

IDEA STREAM: BANKING AND FINANCE

10:30 AM 11:30 AM YIA 507

Smart Cities

IDEA STREAM: SMART CITIES

10:30 AM 11:30 AM YIA 509

Networked Political Movements and Economies

IDEA STREAM: NETWORKED POLITICAL MOVEMENTS AND ECONOMIES

10:30 AM 11:30 AM YIA 510

Lunch

11:30 AM 12:30 PM YIA 2nd Floor Oval Area

Plenary Session

12:30 PM 02:30 PM YIA LT8

Coffee Break

02:30 PM 03:00 PM YIA 2nd Floor Oval Area

Closing Session

03:00 PM 04:30 PM YIA LT8