Center For Business
Pride, Passion, and Patriotism: Exploring China’s Hunger for Antiquities
Tuesday, March 20, 6:30PM Reception, 7:00 – 8:00PM Talk
Speaker: Cai Jinqing
Event Fee: Members $10; Non-Members $20; Students $5
Location: 40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006
Christie’s Hong Kong auctions hit record numbers last March – bringing in a stunning $332.7 million in all, for important Chinese classical paintings, porcelains, bronzes and furniture from private collections. The high prices reflected what the auction house called “deep bidding” from buyers in mainland China. It wasn’t the first time Chinese buyers have stunned the Chinese classical art market. Remember the tiny “chicken cup” that fetched a record $36 million at a Hong Kong auction in 2014? The buyer, of course, was Chinese, a prolific art collector named Liu Yiqian. He celebrated his Ming Dynasty purchase by drinking tea from it. Come hear Cai Jinqing, President of Christie’s China, share her insights on China’s high-flying collectors and the burgeoning Chinese art market.
For questions please contact Aaron Nicholson at 212-744-8181 ext. 138 or by email at [email protected]
Executive Summit 2018
April 12, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Featuring Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson, Jr.; Former Chairman of China Banking Regulatory Commission Mingkang Liu; Nobel Prize-winning Economist Joseph Stiglitz; and top U.S. and Chinese business leaders and policy makers.
Location: Harvard Club of New York City
In this complex new era for U.S.-China business relations, China Institute’s Executive Summit 2018, “U.S.-China Business in the New World Order,” will examine opportunities and challenges on the ground, far from policymakers in the respective capitals.
Historically, business has been the ballast that has anchored the U.S.-China relationship during difficult times. Frustration is rising on both sides, and there is growing concern about the overall health of the bilateral relationship. At this day-long conference, you will learn about risks—from capital controls to the specter of a trade war—and find opportunities, from AI to green technologies and biotech, in the U.S.-China business landscape. In-depth panel discussions will provide insights to inform better policies, smarter deals, and ultimately, a more nuanced understanding of today’s China.
This Summit will help business executives, thought leaders, and policy makers make smarter decisions today and prepare for tomorrow.
For all event inquiries, please contact Nina Huang at [email protected]
China Institute’s Center for Business offers a plethora of business programs and events that feature CEO’s, top business executives, investment professionals, technology entrepreneurs, and other leading figures having an impact on the U.S.- China business world.
The Center’s programs and events series include: Industry Updates, which provides cutting-edge thinking on a specific industry’s trends; Women in Leadership, which features outstanding women business leaders from Fortune 500 companies as well as rising startups, and luminaries who have a unique take on significant trends in commerce, culture, and society; CEO series, which features top CEO’s from across the globe effecting U.S. – China relations, and our signature China Impact Speakers which features a diverse range experts in their fields, sharing knowledge on how companies are succeeding in China right now. The formats for the series range from interviews and presentations to panel discussions and book signings and provide a unique opportunity for members of the U.S.-China business community to learn, network and exchange ideas.
The Center also holds several Executive Summits throughout the year which bring together leading corporate executives, government officials, investment professionals and entrepreneurs from China and the United States, for future focused discussions on specific U.S.-China business topics. These half-day programs address the rapidly growing need for both business and cross-cultural dialogue among leading business professionals in the United States and China. First held in 2004, Executive Summits provide senior business leaders with an opportunity to network and discuss industry trends.
For more information, please contact:
100 Washington Street
New York, NY 10006