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Meeting Kick-off Remarks by Lv Qiang, Vice Chair, AmCham China CGAC Committee/ Divisional Vice President of Abbott Laboratories
Qiang Lv
  • Qiang Lv (Divisional Vice President at Abbott Laboratories)

    Qiang Lv

    Divisional Vice President at Abbott Laboratories

    Mr. Qiang Lv is Divisional Vice President of Global Government Affairs at Abbott Laboratories. He is based in Beijing and leads the North Asia Regional Government Affairs team, reports directly to the headquarter. Qiang joined Abbott in 2014 as Vice President of Abbott China, responsible for corporate government affairs and supports the rapid development of Abbott's nutrition, medical devices, diagnostics and established pharmaceuticals in China.

    Prior to join Abbott, Qiang was the Corporate Affairs Director of Mars Wrigley. He served several senior positions for corporate affairs and market development in Siemens and Sandoz, the generic division of Novartis before he joins Mars Wrigley.

    Qiang was born in Beijing. He was professionally trained in the area of stomatology and medical engineering and received bachelor’s degree from the Fourth Military Medical University of China. He holds EMBA of INSEAD and Tsinghua University.

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AmCham China President Michael Hart Delivers Opening Remarks and Introduces Ambassador Burns' Video Speech
Expert Dialogue on US-China Trade Relations
Bing ZhouPaul TrioloDingding Chen
  • Bing Zhou (Vice President of Greater China Government Affairs at Dell)

    Bing Zhou

    Vice President of Greater China Government Affairs at Dell

    Bing Zhou is the Vice President of Dell’s Greater China Government Affairs team. Prior to Dell, he held senior government affairs positions at GE, Novartis and PayPal. He also served as the Deputy Directory of the Bo’ao Forum for Asia and is an expert on Asian Economic Integration.

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  • Paul Triolo (is Senior Vice President for China and Technology Policy Lead at Albright Stonebridge Group)

    Paul Triolo

    is Senior Vice President for China and Technology Policy Lead at Albright Stonebridge Group

    Paul Triolo is Senior Vice President for China and Technology Policy Lead at ASG. He advises clients in technology, financial services, and other sectors as they navigate complex political and regulatory matters in China and around the world.
    A recognized expert in global technology policy, Mr. Triolo was most recently founder, Practice Head, and Managing Director of the Geo-Technology practice at Eurasia Group. Previously, Mr. Triolo spent more than 25 years in senior positions in the U.S. government, analyzing China's rise as a technology power and advising senior policymakers on a broad set of technology-related issues. At the beginning of his career, he worked as an engineer for a semiconductor testing firm in Silicon Valley.
    Mr. Triolo is frequently quoted on technology policy issues in media outlets including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, the South China Morning Post, and others. He speaks regularly at conferences and has authored many journal articles and book chapters on global technology policy and China-related issues. He also serves as a Senior Advisor at the Paulson Institute.
    He received an M.A. in International Relations from the Catholic University and a B.A. in Electrical Engineering from Penn State University.
    He is based in Washington, D.C.

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  • Dingding Chen (Professor at Jinan University)

    Dingding Chen

    Professor at Jinan University

    Chen Dingdinng is Professor of International Relations, Associate Dean of Institute for 21st Century Silk Road Studies at Jinan University, Guangzhou, China, and Non-Resident Fellow at the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) Berlin, Germany; and SAIS at Johns Hopkins Univeristy. He was the Vice-President of International Studies Association (Asia Pacific region 2014-2018). He is also the Founding Director of Intellisia Institute, a newly established independent think tank focusing on international affairs in China. His research interests include Chinese foreign policy, Asian security, Chinese politics, and human rights. His articles have appeared in International Studies Quarterly, International Security, Journal of Contemporary China, Chinese Journal of International Politics, and The Washington Quarterly. He is the co-editor of a book on international engagement with human rights in China. Before teaching at university of Macau between 2009 and 2016, he was a visiting instructor in the government department at Dartmouth College and was also a China and the World Program Fellow at Harvard University. He holds a bachelor’s degree in international economics from the Renmin University of China and a master’s degree and PhD in political science from the University of Chicago.

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Panel Discussion: A Cross-Functional Look at the GA Profession
Jennifer ChanMichelle LuChristine YuanJim Zhang
  • Jennifer Chan (Director and Associate General Counsel, Asia Pacific Head of Legal, Greater China at Meta)

    Jennifer Chan

    Director and Associate General Counsel, Asia Pacific Head of Legal, Greater China at Meta
  • Michelle Lu (Regional HR Business Partner, APAC at Albemarle Chemicals (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. Beijing Branch)

    Michelle Lu

    Regional HR Business Partner, APAC at Albemarle Chemicals (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. Beijing Branch
  • Christine Yuan (General Manager, Corporate Relations China at RioTinto)

    Christine Yuan

    General Manager, Corporate Relations China at RioTinto
  • Jim Zhang (Chairman of Honeywell China ISC at Honeywell (China) Co., Ltd)

    Jim Zhang

    Chairman of Honeywell China ISC at Honeywell (China) Co., Ltd
CGAC Chair/Vice President, Dell Technologies Zhou Bing Delivers Mid-Year Review & Closing Remarks
Bing Zhou
  • Bing Zhou (Vice President of Greater China Government Affairs at Dell)

    Bing Zhou

    Vice President of Greater China Government Affairs at Dell

    Bing Zhou is the Vice President of Dell’s Greater China Government Affairs team. Prior to Dell, he held senior government affairs positions at GE, Novartis and PayPal. He also served as the Deputy Directory of the Bo’ao Forum for Asia and is an expert on Asian Economic Integration.

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