SCMP goes virtual for flagship China conference

Hong Kong daily the South China Morning Post is to transform its flagship China Conference event to a virtual, interactive format.

The publisher has been involved in a number of measures to protect the health of staff and readers -see How two newsmedia companies are dealing with COVID-19 - and the latest moves will address the health and well-being of all conference delegates, sponsors, partners and speakers.

The China Conference: Hong Kong - An Essential Revival event will become an interactive virtual impact conference to be held on May 14-15 .

The all-new conference experience promises:

  • Free registrations for all - you may register for your tickets here;
  • Greater connection with a larger global audience, compared to a live in-person event;
  • A rich, interactive experience that can be accessed from the comfort of wherever you are while practising safe social distancing; and
  • the flexibility to register and tune into sessions you are interested in.

The agenda for two-day conference will promises timely topics, interactive Q&A sessions and insightful panel discussions led by respected industry leaders and renowned speakers.

"We are doing everything we can to finalise details to ensure a seamless and interactive conference experience for you," says SCMP events director Razlan Manjaji. "In the meantime, please save the date."

The China Conference: Hong Kong has been SCMP's flagship annual event for many years in bringing together government officials and newsmakers to discuss pressing issues and chart a way forward.

Hong Kong's revival will be the theme of the conference, and Manjaji is confident of a productive event.

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