Chopstick Culture & The Success Of East Asian Economies
Webinar - Hong Kong

The chopstick, which is the tool with which over 1.8 billion people in East Asia – China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, and other South East Asian countries – eat their meals, embodies the qualities that make them successful: sharing, taking care of each other, offering food to the others, respect of elders, courtesy, manners, punctuality, coming clean to the table. This webinar provides philosophical insights into the constituent elements of the Chopstick Culture, a term coined by the speaker.

Speaker:

Carson Wen is Founder of Bank of Asia, a bank licensed in the British Virgin Islands, whose customers come from 90 different jurisdictions. He studied at Columbia and Oxford, at both of which he finished his degree in two years. He practised law for over three decades at his own law firm, and then at two leading international law firms, retiring from Jones Day at the end of 2016. He served three terms as a Deputy of the National People’s Congress, the Chinese national parliament, representing Hong Kong.

Date
Monday, 16 May 2022

Time
10:00 - 10:45 BST

Cost
Free

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    Carson Wen
    Founder
    Bank of Asia
Chairman:
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    Professor Michael Mainelli
    Executive Chairman
    Z/Yen Group