Retrospect and Prospect of
Belt and Road Construction Projects

First launched by China in 2013, The Belt and Road Initiative (“BRI”) advocates the development of the international Economic Belt along “the land-based Silk Road and the Maritime Silk Road”, connecting the countries throughout Euro-Asia and beyond.

Based on the principles of “consultation and cooperation for shared benefits”, the initiative fosters the regional economic cooperation between China and the BRI countries, especially in the development of infrastructure. A multitude of railways, ports, airport, highways and bridges projects have been planned, constructed or even completed since, which further stimulate the successive diversified development of the countries concerned.

This being the eighth years since the launching of BRI. The international forum, which is organized by The Hong Kong Institute of Architects (“HKIA”), will have  construction experts and scholars from Mainland China where this initiative originated, as well as people from the government, the business sector and the professionals from various BRI countries, to share their valuable experience in the implementation of the BRI infrastructure projects: to review the challenges encountered during the cooperation, to exchange their observations and to explore the way forward for future collaboration in the post pandemic era.

 

Retrospect and Prospect of
Belt and Road Construction Projects

First launched by China in 2013, The Belt and Road Initiative (“BRI”) advocates the development of the international Economic Belt along “the land-based Silk Road and the Maritime Silk Road”, connecting the countries throughout Euro-Asia and beyond.

Based on the principles of “consultation and cooperation for shared benefits”, the initiative fosters the regional economic cooperation between China and the BRI countries, especially in the development of infrastructure. A multitude of railways, ports, airport, highways and bridges projects have been planned, constructed or even completed since, which further stimulate the successive diversified development of the countries concerned.

This being the eighth years since the launching of BRI. The international forum, which is organized by The Hong Kong Institute of Architects (“HKIA”), will have  construction experts and scholars from Mainland China where this initiative originated, as well as people from the government, the business sector and the professionals from various BRI countries, to share their valuable experience in the implementation of the BRI infrastructure projects: to review the challenges encountered during the cooperation, to exchange their observations and to explore the way forward for future collaboration in the post pandemic era.


Speakers

 

Agenda

Day 1
16 April 2021
Friday
Retrospect and Prospect of Belt and Road Construction Projects
Keynote Session 1
Keynote Session 2
Keynote Session 3
Panel 1
Belt and Road in the Eye of Mainland China
Panel 2
Belt and Road in the Eye of Belt and Road Countries
Day 2
17 April 2021
Saturday
Retrospect and Prospect of Belt and Road Construction Projects
Panel 3
Belt and Road and Hong Kong
Keynote Session 4
Panel 4
Prospects and Collaboration
Keynote Session 5

Registration

Date

16-17 April 2021,
Friday-Saturday

Language

English/Putonghua
(Simultaneous interpretation would be provided upon request)

Venue

CIC-Zero Carbon Park
(8 sheung Yuet Road, Kownloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong)

Forum Fee

Deadline for registration:
12:00 noon, 14 April 2021, (Wednesday)

 

Venue

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CIC – Zero Carbon Park ( CIC – ZCP )
Established in 2012, the Construction Industry Council – Zero Carbon Building was renamed CIC – Zero Carbon Park ( CIC – ZCP ) in 2019. As a centre for exhibition, education and information, CIC – ZCP aims to demonstrate zero/low carbon building design and technologies.

Contact Us

Event Secretariat
Blink Events & PR Consultants Limited

 hkia.brf21@blink.com.hk

  (852) 3590 5310

 

HKIA Secretariat
The Hong Kong Institute of Architects

 hkiasec@hkia.org.hk

  (852) 2511 6323

19/F, One Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

 

 

Organiser

The Hong Kong Institute of Architects

On September 3rd, 1956, 27 architects gathered and formed The Hong Kong Society of Architects. As the membership of the Society increased, recognition was given by Royal Institute of British Architects as an Allied Society. The change of name from Society to Institute was effected in 1972 and had initiated a new phase of activities for the Institute.

In 1990, The Hong Kong Institute of Architects Incorporation Ordinance (Chapter 1147) was enacted which governs the running of the Institute since then.

Today, The Hong Kong Institute of Architects (HKIA) has over 4,700 members and more than 200 architectural practices as corporate members. Apart from the Hong Kong office, the Institute also operates a representative office in Beijing since 2006.

In addition to the responsibilities of architects as professionals under law, members of the Institute are governed by a Code of Professional Conduct. This Code aims to provide the standard of professional conduct and self-discipline required of the members of the Institute in the interest of the general public.

For more information, please visit http://www.hkia.net

 

Supporting Organisations

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Media Partners

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Supporting Organisations

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Media Partners

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Taskforce  Members

  • CHEUNG Kwok Lun Alan ( Co-Chairman )
  • LO Chun Wai Dicky ( Co-Chairman )
  • BEH Kiang Hioke Kentis
  • CHAN Kwok Kuen Klephen, Billy
  • CHEN Marvin
  • CHEUNG Kong Yeung Thomas
  • FU Chau Mui Josephine
  • HO Kin Wai Stephen
  • HON Hew Fung Gary
  • KWAN Kwok Lok Joseph
  • LAM Chin Pang
  • LAU Kam Sing Dickie
  • LUI Kwun Yuen Joe
  • WOO Yin Shan Jen
  • WONG Shou Fat
  • ZHANG Yizhe Harry

 

 

Disclaimer of PASS
This material/event is funded by the Professional Services Advancement Support Scheme of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material/any event organised under this project do not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region or the Vetting Committee of the Professional Services Advancement Support Scheme.

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