From April 18th-20th, Harvard University hosted their 16th annual Harvard China Forum. Founded in 1998, Harvard China Forum is the leading student organized North American conference dedicated to a constructive dialogue on the challenges, trends, and issues affecting China. In keeping with this year’s conference theme- The capacity of China to lead- President of Golden Bridges Foundation, Holly Chang, gave a talk on social innovation and entrepreneurship in China. Also in Holly’s panel were speakers Alice Wang, Development Manager of Teach for China; Chen Guangbiao, Chairman of Jiangsu Huangpu Renewable Resources; Ni Jun, Dean at U of M – Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute; Zhang Tao, Managing Director at China Impact Fund; and Yang Yucheng, Chairman of Sinen En-Tech.
This year, the Forum’s keynote speakers included Duan Guosheng of Taikang Life Insurance, Fred Hu of Primavera Capital Group and Yi Huimian of ICBC, among others.
More on the Harvard China Forum: Harvard China Forum (HCF) was founded by a group of China-focused Harvard students in 1998. It is North America’s leading student forum regarding China. The Forum is a conference held each spring at Harvard University, focusing on opportunities and challenges that China faces.