On Valentine's day many often focus on their partners or friends, for this Valentine's day the Women's Professional Committee will host a Brown Bag lunch so you can have a chance to focus on yourself and enjoy taking care of business, by taking care of me.

Bringing equality and diversity into the workforce is not only the right thing to do but the profitable way forward. Our keynote speaker will first give insight to the Chinese economy, followed by table discussions with the women on the AmCham Board of Governors.

The Women's Professional Committee's objective is to foster and support the professional development of women in business using AmCham China's four pillars: information, advocacy, networking, and services. The committee does this by implementing a program of events and activities throughout the year aimed at enhancing selected skill areas integral to success in the business world.

It also provides a forum for members to share and learn from each other. The committee is dedicated to developing and promoting strong women leaders and mentoring members to achieve their peak performance while doing business in China. The Brown Bag Lunch is part of growing the women's network and discussing relevant topics.


11:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Arrivals and registration
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM
Keynote speech from Dan Wang
12:15 PM - 1:30 PM
Table discussions


  • Dora Cheung (Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers)

    Dora Cheung

    Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers

    Dora is a Partner in the Capital Markets and Accounting Advisory Services practice. She has more than 20 years of experience in resolving challenges from complex accounting standards, cross-border transactions’ financial reporting issues and related change implementation.

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  • Su Cheng Harris-Simpson (founder and CEO of SCHS Asia)

    Su Cheng Harris-Simpson

    founder and CEO of SCHS Asia

    Su Cheng Harris-Simpson is the founder and CEO of SCHSAsia, a boutique consultancy company, specializing in marketing and strategic events. Su Cheng uses her extensive client relations and project management skills along with her over 20 plus year of marketing background to assist a number of not-for-profit organizations, community organizations, bilateral associations and multinational corporations succeed in the China and Asian Countries. Since moving to China in 1997, Su Cheng has been actively involved in the Beijing business community, served on the Board of AmCham and is currently a co-chair for the AmCham Women Professional Committee, SME and Golf Committee. She has forged relationships with the American, British, Japanese and Australian Chambers of Commerce, the U.S. Embassy and a range of Beijing civic groups. Before becoming an social entrepreneur she was engaged in the corporate arena and held management positions at The Boeing Company, United Technologies Corporation, and The Capital Club in Beijing.

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  • Min Qin (Vice President for Public Affairs at Mars China)

    Min Qin

    Vice President for Public Affairs at Mars China

    Min Qin is Vice President for Public Affairs of Mars China. She joined Mars in 2018 and leads Mars’ efforts to build and grow strategic partnerships with key public stakeholders at both central and local levels, conduct policy advocacy in key categories Mars operates in, formulate public affairs strategies, and protect and promote Mars’ corporate reputation.

    Prior to joining Mars, Min worked with Fonterra and McKinsey, building and leading their external affairs function in Greater China.

    Min holds a Master of Philosophy from Cambridge University and a BA from Foreign Affairs College in China. She was nominated a “Young Global Leader” by the World Economic Forum in 2006.

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  • Dan Wang (Analyst, China at The Economist)

    Dan Wang

    Analyst, China at The Economist

    Dan is an analyst at The EIU’s Access China service, which offers analyses of China’s provinces and cities. She leads regional research and forecasts, and advises clients on economic and policy developments in China as well as global outlook.

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  • Gloria Xu (Public & Government Affairs General Manager, Greater China at Dow Chemical Company)

    Gloria Xu

    Public & Government Affairs General Manager, Greater China at Dow Chemical Company

    Gloria Xu is Public and Government Affairs General Manager, Greater China, the Dow Chemical Company, responsible for the company’s policy advocacy, government engagement, and strategic communications in the Greater China region. Prior to joining Dow, she led the China government affairs functions of DuPont and Standard Chartered Bank respectively for over 10 years with rich experiences in policy development and regulatory issues.
    Gloria was China Public Relations Manager of Alibaba.com Group and helped build up brand awareness of the company at its start-up stage at the beginning of this century.
    From 1993 to 2000, Gloria was a political correspondent with China Daily, covering legislative and foreign affairs, military, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan news.
    She is a board member of China American Chamber of Commerce and Deputy Secretary General of Multinational Companies Committee, China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation.
    Gloria graduated from Nanjing University with a BA in English Language and Literature.

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Member Price RMB 100
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Standard Price RMB 100
Standard Price RMB 200


BEI Zhaolong hotel

No. 2 Gong Ti North Road, Beijing, China.
Beijing, Chaoyang District, China

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