Nobel Heroes Day Hong Kong 2018





“Nobel Heroes Day” firstly host in Hong Kong organized by The Foundation Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings and Hong Kong Society of Economists. Nobel Heroes Day aims to provide all participants with a golden opportunity to establish and enlarge network, sharing valuable knowledge, ideas, and experiences with the influencers from all around the world. You will be able to meet Nobel Laureates and participate in their panel discussion as an audience.


HONG KONG, CHINA / ACCESSWIRE / June 4, 2018 / “Technology Innovation makes Hong Kong a great city once more,” Mrs. Carrie Lam, the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, proposed at the Gala dinner of the first Hong Kong Nobel Heroes Day.

The Hong Kong Nobel Heroes Day and The New Financial Forum of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area was held successfully on April 7th. The event produced greater opportunities and cooperation platforms for economic development and technology innovation in Hong Kong, Macau and Mainland China.

As the organizer, Ausvic Capital Limited invited five Nobel Prize laureates, principal officials of HKSAR government, leaders from Hong Kong science and technology fields, well-known universities, bank executives, twenty business elites from corporates holding 500 billion assets, and one hundred elite entrepreneurs holding $100 billion in assets. Blockchain experts from all over the world came together for Hong Kong introduction of innovative talents in science and technology, and talking about the future of Blockchain development.

Series of activities arranged in the Hong Kong Nobel Heroes Day

The Morning “Nobel Heroes and Youth Summit” was organized by Hong Kong United Youth Association (HKUYA). Dr. Aaron J. Ciechanover, 2004 Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry; Sir Tim Hunt, 2001 Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology; and six other Guests engaged in a dialogue with Hong Kong youth on the topics: The Interrelationship of China and The World, Developing Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area, Hong Kong Youth Dance with National Development. The Summit aims at exploring China’s future development, meanwhile commemorating China Reform and Opening-up for 40 years.

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The New Financial Forum of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area was organized at the afternoon by Ausvic Capital Limited. In the New Financial Forum, Finn E. Kydland, the winner of the 2004 Nobel Economics Prize, gave an opening keynote speech. In the speech, Finn E. Kydland pointed out that Chinese entrepreneurs needed a more opening environment to better fulfill their business ideas, and that such changes was going. As an important financial center in the world, Hong Kong’s unique geographical advantages and development stage could accelerate the development of financial technology better.

Roger Ver, known as “Bitcoin Jesus,” emphasized in his speech that people tend to get entangled in decentralization and ignore practical issues. Due to the disadvantages of low transaction rates, high transaction fees, and limited computing power, Bitcoin’s practicality is declining. On the other hand, Bitcoin cash is more widely accepted by enterprises because of its low transaction fee and fast transaction speed, becoming a truly “digital currency.” We should see the advantages of Bitcoin cash, and jointly create a strong, trusted network for Bitcoin cash.

Dr. Hu Zhanghong, chairman and president of CCB International, stressed that the success of the blockchain is not based on speculation. It is necessary to focus on the underlying development, embrace supervision, and be more open and transparent.

Founder of Ausvic Capital Limited, Mr. Chen Ping pointed out in his speech that the future world is a smart world. Technologies such as blockchain, Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence would build a new generation of internet-based value. Blockchain technology would promote efficiency and reduce the cost of enterprises. Mr. Chen was very optimistic on the development of blockchain technology.

Mr. Zhang Junyong, Member of National People’s Congress of Hong Kong District and the Chairman of Hong Kong Blockchain Association, expressed that under the promotion of the construction of The Belt and Road and the Greater Bay Area Strategy, he hoped that Hong Kong would formulate a global standard for blockchain technology. Hong Kong’s comprehensive cooperation with Nobel laureates and global high-level talents would attract more innovators and lead the innovation in blockchain.

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