Why attend East Tech West?

East Tech West is an invite-only retreat held in Nansha, Guangzhou. Part of the Greater Bay Area, which is rapidly developing into a global hub of tech innovation. East Tech West brings together those at the cutting edge of the technology industry and leading investors from across the world.

Each year, we design an agenda that will prepare you for the radical disruption that lies ahead. With sessions focused on practical solutions, international collaboration and global viewpoints, hear from pioneers of the digital economy, rising stars and tech giants navigating the immediate impact of the crisis, while charting a course towards a post-pandemic future.


Xia Yiping

Xia Yiping is the CEO of Jidu, an electric vehicle venture between China’s tech giant Baidu and Chinese automaker Geely.

Prior to Jidu, Mr. Xia was the former CTO and co-founder of Mobike. He also served as the former Head of Connectivity Department of FCA Asia-Pacific. Previously employed by Ford Motor company, he was the former Advanced Product Planning and Development Manager, Connected Services, Asia Pacific & Detroit.

Mr. Xia received his Honorary Doctorate from University of Essex, Telecommunications and Information Systems in 2019. He was also listed on Fortune’s 40 Under 40 in 2017.

Lei Maofeng

Lei Maofeng is the Deputy General Manager of Business Operations of WeChat Pay, a payment platform by Tencent Holdings.

Mr Lei’s is responsible for WeChat Pay’s business operations across various industries including catering, education, healthcare, hotel and tourism, and e-commerce. He is also involved in other industries, and platform products.

Qiang Wang

Qiang Wang is the vice president of JD.com, and head of the intelligent supply chain department of JD Logistics (JDL).

He is in charge of the overall operation of JDL’s intelligent supply chain industrial platform, including the areas of cloud warehouse, robotic arms, autonomous driving, supply chain solutions, consulting service and more.

Hagard Wei

Hagard Wei has 15 years of experience in Cross Border B2B eCommerce and overseas market operations. Today, he is in charge of the Cross Border eCommerce project, which is an incubation project within Baidu B2B.

Before joining Baidu, Hagard has held a variety of roles. He has as the Leader of Overseas VAS of Alibaba.com as well as the India Country Manager of Alibaba, Head of JP Communication China (manufacturer.com, toptenwholesale.com), Head of Business Operation of Cross Border eCommerce Project of ZTE, and VP of DHgate.com. Aside from this, Hagard also has two entrepreneurial experiences.

Ben Harburg

Ben Harburg is a Managing Partner of MSA Capital, a Beijing based venture capital firm with over $1.5b under management. The firm focuses on investments in the consumer internet, mobility, and life sciences sectors. Notable portfolio companies include Meituan (3690.HK), NIO (NYSE:NIO), BGI (300676.SZ), Pintec, Zhaogang, Mobike (Acq: Meituan), Raven Tech (Acq: Baidu), Xiao Zhu, Kanzhun, and Uber.   

Prior to MSA, he co-founded one of Asia’s largest physical energy trading companies and worked for The Boston Consulting Group.

He was a Fulbright Scholar at Freie University Berlin. He was a Neubauer Scholar at Tufts University and sits on the Board of Advisors of the School of Arts & Sciences.

Eric Lin

Eric has been the Head of UBSS Research since 2019. He was previously Head of Asia Transportation Research, leading the team to cover over 50 APAC aviation, shipping and logistics stocks. He has been part of the ranked Transportation and Infrastructure team since joining UBS in 2010.

In the 2018 Institutional Investor and Asiamoney surveys, he was ranked No. 1 Best Analyst for Transportation in Asia. Prior to joining UBS, Eric was a Transport Analyst at HSBC Global Research.

He is a Fellow Chartered Certified Accountant (FCCA), which he earned at PricewaterhouseCoopers. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Geography) degree from the University of Hong Kong.

Jun Yang

Mr. Jun Yang is the co-founder and has served as the Company’s Chief Technology Officer since its inception and a director since the IPO. Mr. Yang is responsible for Dada’s technology, products, data, and corporate strategies. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Yang served as the head of growth engineering team at Square Inc. from 2014 to 2015, where he was responsible for user growth strategy and implementation. Prior to that, he was engineering manager at Facebook from 2010 to 2014, where he worked on user growth and ads optimization, and was an engineer at Google from 2008 to 2009. Mr. Yang received B.S. in computer science from Zhejiang University, and M.S. and Ph.D degree in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University.

Dada Group is a leading platform of local on-demand retail and delivery in China. It operates JDDJ, one of China's largest local on-demand retail platforms for retailers and brand owners, and Dada Now, a leading local on-demand delivery platform open to merchants and individual senders across various industries and product categories. The Company's two platforms are inter-connected and mutually beneficial. The Dada Now platform enables an improved delivery experience for participants on the JDDJ platform through its readily accessible fulfilment solutions and strong on-demand delivery infrastructure. Meanwhile, the vast volume of on-demand delivery orders from the JDDJ platform increases order volume and density for the Dada Now platform. In June 2020, Dada Group began trading on the Nasdaq Global Market, under the ticker symbol "DADA."

Edward Huaxiang Xu

Mr. Edward Huaxiang Xu has served as Chief Strategy Officer for Ehang Holdings Ltd since July 2019. Prior to joining Ehang, Mr. Xu served as Head of Asia (ex-Japan) Transportation Research at Morgan Stanley Asia Limited.

During his 15-year career as an equity research analyst at Morgan Stanley, he covered China’s aerospace and transportation industries extensively, including airlines, logistics, airports, and railways, among others.

Mr. Xu is a CFA charterholder. He obtained his Bachelor’s degree in English Information Management from Beijing Foreign Studies University in 1998 and his Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2003.

Dr. Wanli Min

Founder and CEO of North Summit Capital and QuadTalent Technology, Dr. Min is a leading expert in industrial intelligence and business innovations powered by data technology and mathematics. He pioneers a 'technology + capital' strategy to accelerate digital transformation in various industries ranging from e-commerce to manufacturing and smart city.

Dr. Min received a Ph.D. in statistics from The University of Chicago and B.S from the University of Science & Technology of China. His research area includes probability, stochastic process, time series analysis, machine learning, smart traffic and signal processing. He served as a researcher at IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, IBM Singapore, and Google before joining Alibaba in 2013. Later as Chief Machine Intelligence Scientist for Alibaba Cloud, Dr. Min took charge R&D in the data intelligence solutions. In 2017, Dr. Min was named by Forbes as a leading technologist driving China's AI revolution and also appointed to the advisory committee of the next-generation AI strategy under China's Ministry of Science and Technology.

Henry Ko

Henry Ko is the Managing Director, Asia of Flexport. In this role, Henry leads the company’s business strategy and growth, operations, and sales and marketing in Asia. As a founding member of Flexport team in Asia, Henry has been instrumental in establishing the company’s presence in the local market including forming the strategy and growing the team since inception. Under Henry’s leadership, Flexport is committed to providing its clients high visibility and business value through strategic supply chain management enabled by its innovative and easy-to-use technology platform.

Henry has extensive experience in the global supply chain industry. He’s held several senior leadership roles at multinational logistics companies including DHL and SF Express, and was previously General Manager at LiFung KIDS, a member of Li & Fung Group. He has been appointed by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council as a member of the Mainland Business Advisory Committee and the Logistics Services Advisory Committee, and also appointed by the Education Bureau of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region to serve as a member of the Logistics Industry Training Advisory Committee.

Henry earned a BBA (Hons) in Quantitative Analysis for Business, an EMBA and a Juris Doctor from the City University of Hong Kong. Additionally, he received a fellowship from the Social Enterprise Research Academy in 2019.

Tony Han

Tony Han is the Founder & CEO of WeRide, a global leading autonomous driving company. WeRide is the first self-driving company to obtain strategic investment from top-tier global automakers, which include Alliance Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi and Yutong Group, as well as the first startup in the world holding driverless test permits in both China and the US.

Tony specializes in computer vision, machine learning and speech recognition. He is one of the top scientists to pioneer self-driving technology development and commercialization.

Before establishing WeRide, he was a tenured professor of electrical & computer engineering at the University of Missouri (MU). In 2016, Tony served as the chief scientist of Baidu's Autonomous Driving Division, leading the perception, simulation, sensor and hardware teams. He was also an early contributor to deep learning-based speech recognition system DeepSpeech2, which was named in Top 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2016 by MIT Technology Review.

Tony received his Ph.D. from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.

Ming Wu

Ming Wu is the Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer at Conflux, the only regulatory-compliant public blockchain in China. Prior to becoming a founding member of Conflux, Ming was a senior researcher at Systems Research Group in Microsoft Research Asia.

He designed and implemented large-scale and highly efficient distributed machine learning systems which were applied in Microsoft products. Ming earned his Ph.D. from the Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2007, and his bachelor degree from University of Science and Technology of China.

His main research interests include distributed transaction processing systems, graph computing engines, and artificial intelligence platforms. He has publications on top conferences in computer system, such as SOSP, OSDI, NSDI, ATC, EuroSys, SoCC, VLDB, etc. He served as Program Committee Member of OSDI, ASPLOS, HotDep, MiddleWare, and also the Publication Chair of SOSP'17

Meixia Wang

Meixia Wang is the Co-Founder and Vice-President of CHALI, Guangzhou.

CHALI was founded in August 2013 and is headquartered in Guangzhou. CHALI is the leading brand of artisanal teas in China as well as a professional tea service provider. CHALI’s core product are triangle-shaped tea bags that are convenient, fashionable, and are of good quality. CHALI has a self-built supply chain and ten patents, setting high standards for the Chinese tea-bag industry.

CHALI takes on a minimalistic approach to bridge the gap between the young, modern lifestyle and the traditional culture of tea. CHALI makes tea for everyone to enjoy, believing that this is an avenue for self-expression, sharing of good moments, spreading love and kindness.

CHALI has since sold more than 900 million tea bags, with over 10 million dedicated tea lovers. It ranked first in sales in the tea category on Tmall and JD.com at double eleven online shopping event in 2021 and at many other shopping events.

Recently, the company set up the CHALI CFDS examination system with the Tea Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agriculture Sciences, establishing standards for substitutional teabags and flavoured teabags. They are redefining tea bags to improve standardized construction across the industry.
CHALI aims to build a Tea Research Center which includes an Automatic Produce Center, a Research and Development Center and an International Tea Institute along with a Precise Processing Produce Center. The Research and Development Center spans over 50,000 square meters and 20,000 square meters will undergo construction by the end of 2021. Nansha is the core hub and trading center of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area in the future. CHALI seizes the great opportunity to make the best of Nansha’s idealistic location, policies and business environment to accelerate the development of the company. CHALI will contribute to the building of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

Before setting up CHALI, Ms. Wang was with a well-known third-party payment provider.

Danny Chen

Danny Chen is the the VP of R&D at SequoiaDB and expert in database kernel architecture, he recently returned from a stint abroad.

He has over 20 years of experience on cutting edge database technologies and software-hardware co-design for big data problems. Danny is currently leading the research and development on the lakehouse data platform, multi-cloud database service and distributed transaction systems.

Before joining SequoiaDB, Danny worked as a senior architect at IBM Toronto Lab DB2 kernel team for 10 years, where he was involved in the development of different types of database including traditional OLTP , shared nothing MPP, shared everything clustered transaction, and columnar analytic databases. He holds DB2 advanced DBA and developer’s certificates. Danny also served as Huawei’s Database TMG board member and senior researcher, leading the research on big data, NFV, bio-informatics computation and heterogeneous systems.

Patrick Dai

Patrick Dai co-founded Singapore-based Qtum Foundation in 2016. The project has since grown into one of the fastest, most stable and secure blockchains for building decentralized applications.

Previously employed by Alibaba, and a graduate of Draper University, Dai, with his abundant blockchain industry experience, as well as track-record as an investor, is committed to continuing being a driving force for the shift to a more decentralized future.

Dr. Lei Wang

Dr. Lei Wang is co-founder and Chief Executive Officer for EcoFlow since 2020. Previously serving as EcoFlow’s Chief Technology Officer, he has developed industry-leading eco-friendly rechargeable portable power stations – including EcoFlow’s DELTA Pro backup battery, which became the most-funded technology product, and sixth overall, on Kickstarter in 2021.

His mission for EcoFlow is to reinvent the way the world accesses energy. Whether it’s for multi-day power during blackouts, offgrid and remote living scenarios, more energy-efficiency from your appliances, or the reduction of electricity bills, Dr. Wang believes that the faster the world switches to sustainable and alternative generation sources, the better.

A visionary engineer-turned-executive, Dr. Wang began his career at drone company DJI, where he launched its battery R&D department and led the team to double the flight time of the drones. Dr. Wang holds a mechanical engineering degree from Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and a Ph.D. in new energy from the University of Hong Kong.

Jun Zhou

Mr. Jun Zhou is an industry professional, an intelligent investor, and a pioneer of genetic testing. With over 20 years’ experience in his career, he has played diversified roles in business acquisitions, investment management, portfolio strategy and implementation.

He joined Berry Oncology in 2017 and oversees day-to-day business operations, developed the core commercial strategy, and made a great difference in the long-term success of the company.

Mr. Zhou acquired his MBA at Peking University, he also possesses a Bachelor’s degree of Biology from Nankai University,

Woody Lam

Mr. Woody Lam is Managing Director of Savills Southern China, who is also a member of the Savills China Executive Board. He is responsible for overall operations in the region including Brokerage, Investment Services, Project Consultancy, Property Management, Valuation & Professional Services and Project Sales.

Under his leadership, Savills has expanded its Southern China business rapidly, with revenue increasing 30 times since 2003 he has been assigned to Guangzhou office from Savills Hong Kong. He has led the Southern China team to win many prime consultancy and marketing projects in the region.

Woody graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and got a bachelor degree of Social Science and Master’s degree of Philosophy (Geography Study). Then he engaged in advanced studies in University of Reading in UK, majored in Real Estate & Land Management. Woody has also honored be the member of CIREA, RICS and HKIS. He has over 30 years of experience in the real estate industry in Hong Kong and China.

Bruce Liu

Bruce manages WUGI, Esoterica’s active ETF investing in global digital economy, and Jirong global growth opportunities strategy.

Prior to Esoterica, he was a portfolio manager and partner of PhaseCapital. He was an equity strategist at WisdomTree Asset Management and a sell-side equity strategist at AllianceBernstein. Bruce started his investment career at Dow Chemical Pension Fund.

He received his Ph.D. in Business Administration from University of Connecticut and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. Bruce’s research has appeared in top-ranked academic journals.

Daqing Cai

Dr. Daqing Cai is the Founder and Managing Partner at Sherpa Healthcare Partners.

Dr. Cai focuses on investment opportunities in the healthcare sector and he has led investments in companies including Berry Genomics (SZSE: 000710), Innovent (HKE: 01801), BioNano (NASDAQ: BNGO), Axonics (NASDAQ: AXNX), New Horizon (HKE: 06606), Singular (NASDAQ: OMIC), Cytek (NASDAQ: CTKB), NanoVision, Belief Bio, Hui Gene, Singleron, Leto Labs, Memoray, BlissBio, Bota, and many others.

Dr. Cai has received multiple awards for being one of the Top 10 Healthcare Investors in China. He was one of Forbes Best VC Investors in China in 2017, 2019 and 2020. In 2018, he was elected Co-Chairman of Healthcare Investors 50 (H50), a top Chinese Healthcare investor organization, for 2018-19.

Before establishing Sherpa Healthcare Partners, he was a Managing Director at Legend Capital, leading the healthcare investment team.
Prior to joining Legend Capital, Dr. Cai worked at SBI-SDJB, a joint venture fund of SBI Group and Beida Jadebird Group as a Managing Director. He also worked for SinoChem (Hong Kong) and Booz & Co. in senior management positions. He was a Board Director and CFO of Beijing Genomics Institute (300676.SZ) as well.

Dr. Cai holds a Ph.D. degree from University of California, Berkeley; an MBA from Yale University; and a B.S. degree from University of Science and Technology of China.

Dr. Yaoqi Jia

Dr. Yaoqi Jia is Head of Asia at Parity Technologies. He is leading the Parity Asia team to build Web 3.0 ecosystem of Substrate / Polkadot in Asia.
He was selected to the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list, 2019. Formerly as co-founder and CTO at Zilliqa, he was leading the development of a new sharded blockchain for high-throughput applications.

He got his Ph.D from the National University of Singapore. He proposed several technologies in his research as the building blocks for next-generation blockchain, addressing consensus and privacy issues.
He is involved in multiple blockchain and network security projects with SGX, MOM and NSF in Singapore. His work was acknowledged by Google and Apple, and has received media coverage including Bitcoin Magazine, Forbes and CNBC.

Jian Deng

Mr Deng is one of the founders of the event-driven sensor chip technology and one of the inventors of the fused bionic event vision sensor technology known as "HybridVision".

Mr Deng has worked in the IC industry for 15 years at HMT Microelectronic AG, CSEM AG (Swiss Centre for Microelectronics and Microtechnology) as a senior project manager and senior system architect.
He has also been involved in several large EU projects, Swiss National Science Foundation projects and European Space Agency projects.

Mr Deng sudied at the University of Zhejiang, as well as at ETH Zurich, Switzerland.

Justin Gong

Justin Gong joined XAG (XA.COM) as the Co-Founder and CMO in 2013, taking charge of corporate strategy and marketing. Before returning to China, Justin was a film producer and overseas correspondent in Australia.

Founded in 2007, XAG is an agriculture technology company originated in China, it aims to build the infrastructure of agriculture that can provide the world with sufficient, diversified and safe food. With 14 years of practice in field, XAG is now one of the largest drone, robot and AI company in the world, providing smart agriculture solutions for both scaled farms and small holders around the globe.

Being a pioneer in R&D, manufacturing and operation of agriculture robots and AI, during the past 7 years, Justin and his team had successfully introduced precision farming technologies to 9.3 million farmers, serving more than 52 million hectares of farmland worldwide.

In 2016, Justin Gong founded XAG Academy, which has trained more than 90,000 rural young people to embrace new technology and sustainable farming concept.

In August 2018, Justin gate-crashed the Forbes China “30 Under 30”, marked his contribution in the field of agricultural technology. Besides his work, Justin is also a DBA researcher at Université Paris Dauphine and THU, specialised in rural economics.

Glenn Hou

Glenn Hou is the founding partner of China Insights Consultancy (CIC), responsible for overall operation of the company and consultancy business in strategy development, investment and financing and IPO in a variety of industries.

With over 15 years’ experience in consulting service, Glenn has managed and been engaged in over 800 consultancy projects and numerous IPOs. As a sophisticated expert in industry consultancy, Glenn maintains close relationships with main stock exchanges all over the world.

With a profound insight in pharmaceutical/healthcare industry, Glenn maintains close partnership with top tier companies, including CanSinoBIO, Kangji, MGI, Burning Rock, Alphamab Oncology, Angelalign, Genor Biopharma, Huakang Biomedical, Crystal Pharmatech, Zhaoke, Frontier Biotech, etc.






Nansha Government and CNBC International





The reopening of economies and borders post COVID is a global theme, but what does a post-pandemic world look like in China? What influences will be put in play when it comes to the economy and what headwinds and unknowns will be closely watched? From escalating political tensions to domestic economic and social policies we talk to business leaders and experts about what you can expect and how you can leverage the opportunity of change.


Ben Harburg, Managing Partner, MSA Capital



It was once an investment hotspot, but now China’s technology sector is facing domestic regulation and international scrutiny. So what does the future hold for ‘China Tech’ and where should investors be putting their capital to see the best returns? For an in-depth look we speak with those with expert knowledge.


Bruce Liu, Co-Founder and CEO, Esoterica Capital

Dr. Wanli Min, Founder and CEO, North Summit Capital



The auto industry has been racing to go electric in recent years and many players are gearing up with smart features at the same time.  With charging stations remaining a bottleneck and growing uncertainty around global supply chains, especially with chips, what is the vision of new smart EVs? We talk to Xia Yiping, CEO of JiDU Auto to bring you the inside perspective. 


Xia Yiping, CEO, JiDU Auto



How close are we to full automation for autos? Driverless vehicles were once hailed as the next big thing, but they still aren’t common place on our roads. We investigate why not. From regulation to liability to accessibility and AI.


Tony Han, CEO and Founder, WeRide




  • The Era of EVs and Beyond
    Electric vehicles will become cheaper to produce than petrol and diesel counterparts by 2027. This, together with official incentives and a desire for more sustainable travel, will drive demand. How can governments, regulators, and customers ready themselves for a world where cleaner vehicles will dominate roads? What can they for a sustainable future for transport?


Moderator: Michelle Chen, Executive Director, Oceanpine Capital

Johnson Zhu, Partner, Tsing Capital

Stella Zheng, China Director, 500 Global

Xiaobin Gu, Founding Partner, ZEMU Venture Capital

Bao Yu, Founder, True Digital Foundation

Rong Li, SVP, Plus.ai

Benson Yang, CEO, Quantum Trip

William Bao Bean, Managing Director, SOSV/ China Accelerator



China is pushing to be carbon neutral by 2060. Green technology like electric transport and smart homes could be key to that. We discuss with Ecoflow, Ehang and UBS on this topic.


Edward Huaxiang Xu, Chief Strategy Officer, Ehang Holdings Ltd

Eric Lin, Managing Director and Head of Research, UBS Securities



China is pushing to be carbon neutral by 2060. Green technology like electric transport and smart homes could be key to that. We discuss with Dr. Lei Wang, CEO of EcoFlow Delta on this topic.


Dr. Lei Wang, CEO, EcoFlow Delta



From traditional markets to mega malls and online stores, our shopping experience has changed dramatically through the years. We have moved from paying in cash to reaching for electronic wallets and making purchases at unmanned stores. What is the impact of this new normal on sustainability?



Technology does not always have all the answers to life threatening diseases including COVID-19. What are some upcoming developments in healthcare to watch, as the system focuses not just on curing and eradicating diseases, but prevention and patient well-being?


Jun Zhou, CEO, Berry Oncology

Daqing Cai, Founder and Managing Partner, Sherpa Healthcare Partners





The 4th industrial revolution is said to have been built on blockchain and furthered through artificial intelligence and other technologies. We delve into what is next for blockchain technology and its innovative applications in the days ahead.


Patrick Dai, Co-Founder, Qtum Foundation

Dr. Yaoqi Jia, Head of Asia, Parity Technologies

Ming Wu, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Conflux



The global pandemic has seen many of us spending more time at home than ever before. Our houses now need to go beyond just spaces where we live. We need offices, entertainment venues and fitness areas. How has technology aided in this pivot and what does the future hold? Join us as a panel of experts discuss the smart home transformation. 


Jian Deng, Founder and CEO, AlpsenTek



Industrial networks have encouraged more connection and enabled Internet of Things at home and workplaces. As the world grows more connected, how should one balance digitalization’s rewards and risks?


Qiang Wang, Vice President, JD.com and Head of the Intelligent Supply Chain Department, JD Logistics (JDL)

Jun Yang, Co-Founder, Director and Chief Technology Officer, Dada Group

Lei Maofeng, Deputy General Manager of Business Operations, WeChat Pay




  • Making Health Personal
    Healthcare has long moved past having a personal doctor and keeping to regular appointments – it is becoming increasingly personalized. Adopting technology has never been more crucial to keep up with overwhelming demand. With the help of new systems, we can now get diagnosed from the comforts of home, and technological advancements are giving personalized medication a boost. We discuss the creation, deployment, and potential of health technology in digitalized cities.


Moderator: Glenn Hou, Founding Partner, China Insights Consultancy

Johnson Zhu, Partner, Tsing Capital

Chris Burch, CFO, BraunBio

Stella Zheng, China Director, 500 Global

Ben Xi, Founding Partner, ZEMU Venture Capital

Dr. Hongzhi Zou, CEO and Founder, Creative Biosciences

Albert Zhang, CEO and Chairman, LAM-Helio

Mao Mao, CEO, SeekIn

Linghua Yan, CEO, Tongshu Gene

Xinhua Lin, Dean of School of Life Sciences, Fudan University and Dean of State Key Laboratory of Genetic Engineering

Zhenglong Gu, Assistant Principal, Greater Bay Area Institute of Precision Medicine

William Bao Bean, Managing Director, SOSV/ China Accelerator








The Greater Bay Area is home to many technology companies and generated a gross domestic product of $1.7 trillion in 2020. The synergy of ideas and talent in the blossoming space is exciting for the region. What are the greatest opportunities and risks for enterprises in the days ahead?


Danny Chen, Vice President of R&D and Expert in Database Kernel Architecture, SequoiaDB



The Asia Pacific region is home to 60 percent of the world’s young people aged 15 to 29. They will play a key role in powering economies and helping countries develop sustainably into the future. Experts talk about the greatest opportunities for businesses looking to ride the wave.


Hagard Wei, Head of Cross Border eCommerce, Baidu

Wang Meixia, Co-Founder and Vice President, CHALI

Dr. Lei Wang, CEO, Ecoflow Delta



Agriculture, logistics and commercial real estate. As these leaders see it, technology will transform these spheres for the better in the days ahead. How are consumers and businesses preparing for an operating landscape driven by technological advancements?


Justin Gong, Co-Founder, XAG

Henry Ko, Managing Director of Asia, Flexport

Woody Lam, Managing Director of Southern China, Savills






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