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Witman Hung

Shenzhen Qianhai Authority

Dr. Witman Hung is the Principal Liaison Officer for Hong Kong, Shenzhen Qianhai Authority.  Witman has worked in the computer industry for more than 25 years.  A well-known figure in the industry, Witman has extensive experience in management consulting, project management and outsourcing services, including management positions at Jardine One Solutions, Atos Origin, AT&T and KPMG.
 
Witman is a Chartered Information Technology Professional and a fellow of the British Computer Society, the Chartered Management Institute, U.K. the Hong Kong Institute of Directors, the Hong Kong Computer Society and the Internet Professional Association. He has been appointed as an eminent expert representing Hong Kong and China by the United Nations World Summit Awards since 2011. 
 
Witman served as a part-time (Associate) Member of the Central Policy Unit of the HKSAR Government for 3 years during 2012-2014. He has been elected as the member of Election Committee of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Information Technology Subsector.  In 2008, he was given the Award of Ten Outstanding Young Persons of Hong Kong.  In 2011, he was given the award of 40+ Distinguish Fellow. In 2012, he was awarded as one of the Capital Entrepreneur of the year. Witman is a frequent contributor to the media including HK Economic Journal, the SUN, Taikungpao and eZone.

Prof. Xufei Ma is an associate professor at the Department of Management and Associate Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Prof. Ma has been closely observing the development of Qianhai and serves as the project director in charge of CUHK Center for Entrepreneurship’s collaboration with Qianhai eHub. He will be giving a presentation on Qianhai’s strategic role in cross-border e-Commerce at the panel discussion.
Prof. Ma has published in top-ranked academic journals on management, such as Journal of International Business Studies, Strategic Management Journal and Academy of Management Journal . He specializes in strategic management and international business with a focus on emerging economies; and multinational firms in and from China. He has won the 'Most Promising Scholar Award” from the Academy of International Business, the world’s leading academic association in international business.
Prof. Ma obtained his PhD in Strategy and International Business from the National University of Singapore in 2007 and MBA from Saskatchewan University in 2003.

Prof. Yinggang Zhou is an assistant professor of real estate and finance at the School of Hotel and Tourism Management, and the Director of Center for Hospitality and Real Estate Research at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Business School.
Prof. Zhou has been studying the development of Qianhai for a number of years. In April 2013, he organized a joint workshop with the Qianhai Authority, in which he proposed a 'Hong Kong-Qianhai Financial Shopping Paradise' to foster the cooperation and integration of the two areas. He will be presenting the idea of a Hong Kong-Qianhai Financial Shopping Paradise at the panel discussion. Most recently, he has published a research paper for The Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research (HKIMR), titled ' China’s Road to Financial Opening: A Perspective of Chinese Individual Outward Investments and the Role of Hong Kong .' The papers published by HKIMR are highly selective and are made available to industry regulators and practitioners.
Prof. Zhou has published in top-ranked business and real estate journals, such as Management Science, Journal of Banking and Finance, and Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics . His research interests focus on investments and international finance and real estate. He has won best paper awards at international academic conferences and the academic competition award at Chicago Quantitative Alliance (Asia) conference. He is also an associate editor of International Real Estate Review and research fellow at the Hong Kong Monetary Authority.
Prof. Zhou obtained his PhD in Economics and Finance from both Xiamen University in 2001 and Cornell University in 2007.

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Xufei Ma

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Dr. Witman Hung is the Principal Liaison Officer for Hong Kong, Shenzhen Qianhai Authority.  Witman has worked in the computer industry for more than 25 years.  A well-known figure in the industry, Witman has extensive experience in management consulting, project management and outsourcing services, including management positions at Jardine One Solutions, Atos Origin, AT&T and KPMG.
 
Witman is a Chartered Information Technology Professional and a fellow of the British Computer Society, the Chartered Management Institute, U.K. the Hong Kong Institute of Directors, the Hong Kong Computer Society and the Internet Professional Association. He has been appointed as an eminent expert representing Hong Kong and China by the United Nations World Summit Awards since 2011. 
 
Witman served as a part-time (Associate) Member of the Central Policy Unit of the HKSAR Government for 3 years during 2012-2014. He has been elected as the member of Election Committee of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Information Technology Subsector.  In 2008, he was given the Award of Ten Outstanding Young Persons of Hong Kong.  In 2011, he was given the award of 40+ Distinguish Fellow. In 2012, he was awarded as one of the Capital Entrepreneur of the year. Witman is a frequent contributor to the media including HK Economic Journal, the SUN, Taikungpao and eZone.

Prof. Xufei Ma is an associate professor at the Department of Management and Associate Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Prof. Ma has been closely observing the development of Qianhai and serves as the project director in charge of CUHK Center for Entrepreneurship’s collaboration with Qianhai eHub. He will be giving a presentation on Qianhai’s strategic role in cross-border e-Commerce at the panel discussion.
Prof. Ma has published in top-ranked academic journals on management, such as Journal of International Business Studies, Strategic Management Journal and Academy of Management Journal . He specializes in strategic management and international business with a focus on emerging economies; and multinational firms in and from China. He has won the 'Most Promising Scholar Award” from the Academy of International Business, the world’s leading academic association in international business.
Prof. Ma obtained his PhD in Strategy and International Business from the National University of Singapore in 2007 and MBA from Saskatchewan University in 2003.

Prof. Yinggang Zhou is an assistant professor of real estate and finance at the School of Hotel and Tourism Management, and the Director of Center for Hospitality and Real Estate Research at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Business School.
Prof. Zhou has been studying the development of Qianhai for a number of years. In April 2013, he organized a joint workshop with the Qianhai Authority, in which he proposed a 'Hong Kong-Qianhai Financial Shopping Paradise' to foster the cooperation and integration of the two areas. He will be presenting the idea of a Hong Kong-Qianhai Financial Shopping Paradise at the panel discussion. Most recently, he has published a research paper for The Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research (HKIMR), titled ' China’s Road to Financial Opening: A Perspective of Chinese Individual Outward Investments and the Role of Hong Kong .' The papers published by HKIMR are highly selective and are made available to industry regulators and practitioners.
Prof. Zhou has published in top-ranked business and real estate journals, such as Management Science, Journal of Banking and Finance, and Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics . His research interests focus on investments and international finance and real estate. He has won best paper awards at international academic conferences and the academic competition award at Chicago Quantitative Alliance (Asia) conference. He is also an associate editor of International Real Estate Review and research fellow at the Hong Kong Monetary Authority.
Prof. Zhou obtained his PhD in Economics and Finance from both Xiamen University in 2001 and Cornell University in 2007.

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Yinggang Zhou

Assistant Professor of Finance and Real Estate at The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Dr. Witman Hung is the Principal Liaison Officer for Hong Kong, Shenzhen Qianhai Authority.  Witman has worked in the computer industry for more than 25 years.  A well-known figure in the industry, Witman has extensive experience in management consulting, project management and outsourcing services, including management positions at Jardine One Solutions, Atos Origin, AT&T and KPMG.
 
Witman is a Chartered Information Technology Professional and a fellow of the British Computer Society, the Chartered Management Institute, U.K. the Hong Kong Institute of Directors, the Hong Kong Computer Society and the Internet Professional Association. He has been appointed as an eminent expert representing Hong Kong and China by the United Nations World Summit Awards since 2011. 
 
Witman served as a part-time (Associate) Member of the Central Policy Unit of the HKSAR Government for 3 years during 2012-2014. He has been elected as the member of Election Committee of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Information Technology Subsector.  In 2008, he was given the Award of Ten Outstanding Young Persons of Hong Kong.  In 2011, he was given the award of 40+ Distinguish Fellow. In 2012, he was awarded as one of the Capital Entrepreneur of the year. Witman is a frequent contributor to the media including HK Economic Journal, the SUN, Taikungpao and eZone.

Prof. Xufei Ma is an associate professor at the Department of Management and Associate Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Prof. Ma has been closely observing the development of Qianhai and serves as the project director in charge of CUHK Center for Entrepreneurship’s collaboration with Qianhai eHub. He will be giving a presentation on Qianhai’s strategic role in cross-border e-Commerce at the panel discussion.
Prof. Ma has published in top-ranked academic journals on management, such as Journal of International Business Studies, Strategic Management Journal and Academy of Management Journal . He specializes in strategic management and international business with a focus on emerging economies; and multinational firms in and from China. He has won the 'Most Promising Scholar Award” from the Academy of International Business, the world’s leading academic association in international business.
Prof. Ma obtained his PhD in Strategy and International Business from the National University of Singapore in 2007 and MBA from Saskatchewan University in 2003.

Prof. Yinggang Zhou is an assistant professor of real estate and finance at the School of Hotel and Tourism Management, and the Director of Center for Hospitality and Real Estate Research at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Business School.
Prof. Zhou has been studying the development of Qianhai for a number of years. In April 2013, he organized a joint workshop with the Qianhai Authority, in which he proposed a 'Hong Kong-Qianhai Financial Shopping Paradise' to foster the cooperation and integration of the two areas. He will be presenting the idea of a Hong Kong-Qianhai Financial Shopping Paradise at the panel discussion. Most recently, he has published a research paper for The Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research (HKIMR), titled ' China’s Road to Financial Opening: A Perspective of Chinese Individual Outward Investments and the Role of Hong Kong .' The papers published by HKIMR are highly selective and are made available to industry regulators and practitioners.
Prof. Zhou has published in top-ranked business and real estate journals, such as Management Science, Journal of Banking and Finance, and Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics . His research interests focus on investments and international finance and real estate. He has won best paper awards at international academic conferences and the academic competition award at Chicago Quantitative Alliance (Asia) conference. He is also an associate editor of International Real Estate Review and research fellow at the Hong Kong Monetary Authority.
Prof. Zhou obtained his PhD in Economics and Finance from both Xiamen University in 2001 and Cornell University in 2007.