AUCKLAND: Hong Kong in Flux
Monday, 10 August 2020 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Case Room 4 (009), Level 0 in the University of Auckland Business School, 12 Grafton Road, Sir Owen G Glenn Building

Recent developments in Hong Kong, including the new national security legislation, have raised questions about the region's freedoms and autonomy. Three speakers reflect on the future of Hong Kong and offer different perspectives on recent events:

Dr Heida Donegan is President of the Hong Kong New Zealand Business Association, a member of the New Zealand China Council and a partner at Dentons Kensington Swan.

Dr Danping (Dani) Wang is Senior Lecturer in Chinese at the University of Auckland, whose scholarship has investigated issues of language and national identity in Hong Kong.

Felicity Roxburgh is Director Business and Director of the Auckland office of the Asia New Zealand Foundation.

Moderator - Professor Natasha Hamilton-Hart is Director of the NZ Asia Institute and Professor in the Department of Management and International Business.