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Brunch dialogue programme

08:30-09:00Coffee and tea

Welcome by Martin Bech, Consul for higher education and science & innovation attaché, Innovation Center Denmark, Shanghai and Kristian Fischer, Director, DIIS

Short presentations by researchers and Q&A:

William Callahan: "Visibility, virtuality, and mass surveillance in China"

Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard: "Political framework conditions for Danish companies in China"

Yang Jiang: "China’s domestic economic reform and restructuring"

Jørgen Delman: "Participation in green public procurement in China – a dream for Danish companies?"

Luke Patey: "Business and political relations with China in a divided Europe: What opportunities and hazards lie ahead for Danish businesses?"

Ane Bislev: "Grasshoppers and Golden Geese – Chinese tourists in Denmark"

Anders Sybrandt Hansen and Mikkel Bunkenborg: "Food Safety Concerns in Contemporary China"

Mette Thunø: "Aren’t we all international?"

Stig Thøgersen: "Innovation and creativity in an authoritarian state: trends in Chinese education"

10.00-10.15Brunch break

5 round table discussions - participate where you like!

Table 1: Discussions on domestic China: politics, econymy and society

Table 2: Discussions on Belt & Road Initiative and Chinese international businesses

Table 3: Discussions on China's green tech and agricultural development

Table 4: Discussions on Chinese tourisme to Denmark and Europe

Table 4: Discussions on intercultural collaboration and human resources in Danish-Chinese business


Mette Thunø: Wrap up of discussions

Have a nice day!