Tsinghua Holdings shares ideas at World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2018
A Tsinghua Holdings' delegation led by Chairman Xu Jinghong attended the 48th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland from Jan 23-26.
The delegation included Zhao Weiguo, chairman of Tsinghua Unigroup, Huang Yu, president of Tongfang Co Ltd, Yuan Wei, president of Tus-Holdings, and Li Zhongxiang, vice-president of Tsinghua Holdings.
From left to right: Tus-Holdings President Yuan Wei, Tsinghua Unigroup Chairman Zhao Weiguo, Tsinghua Holdings Chairman Xu Jinghong, Tongfang Co Ltd President Huang Yu and Tsinghua Holdings Vice-president Li Zhongxiang attend the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2018.
On Jan 26, Xu joined a panel discussion with the theme of on "Asia Works: The Fourth Industrial Revolution", sharing his opinions on the future challenges and opportunities for the Asian economy and how Asia should go beyond the traditional path of industrialization and maintain its regional advantages.
Xu (3rd, L) attends a panel session with the theme of "Asia Works: The Fourth Industrial Revolution" on Jan 26. Other panelists are Carrie Lam, Chief Executive of Hong Kong SAR, Kobsak Pootrakool, Minister, Office of the Prime Minister of Thailand, Thailand; Shailendra Singh, Managing Director, Sequoia Capital, Singapore; and William Tanuwijaya, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Tokopedia, Indonesia.
As Tsinghua Holdings becomes a strategic cooperation partner of the World Economic Forum, Xu attended the forum's chairman community meetings on current world situation, how to promote the development of global innovation enterprises and the prospects of cyberspace security.
Xu also offered his views on the Belt and Road international cooperation, innovation, entrepreneurship, artificial intelligence with media outlets during the meeting.
Xu (2nd, L) is interviewed by CCTV 2 Economic News Broadcast.
With the theme of "Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World", the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2018 attracted more than 3,000 participants from around the world, including 70 state leaders and 38 heads of influential global organizations.