|Date||21 September 2017 (Thursday)|
|Time||6:30 - 8:30pm|
|Venue||Eminence Galaxy – Alumni Function Room, 11/F, Lau Ming Wai Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong|
and China: Friend, Foe or in between
Prof. Da Hsuan FENG 馮達旋教授
Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies of Nanyang Technological
University and Senior Advisor of China Silk Road iValley Research Institute
The Doklam episode had rendered China-India relations on the global radar screen. These two nations which are geographically adjacent to one another, are two of the nations with unsurpassed size of populations, are peaceful neighbors for millenniums, and are both historically and culturally profound, should and could decide the future of Asia, if not the world. My profound interest in this globally important issue stems from two sources: I was born in India and would like to see Asia in the 21st century takes it logical leading role for humanity. This speech will discuss how both nations need to erect a platform for such a future.