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Booms, Busts & Bāozi: Exploring Finance in China

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CQ University

400 Kent Street

Sydney, New South Wales 2000

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ACYPI Sydney and ACYA UTS are partnering up to present an expert panel exploring the dynamics of the Chinese Finance industry. We'll be looking to put a number of key themes under the microscope for the night:

  • Key issues facing the Chinese Finance industry

  • Demystifying Western narratives about the Chinese Finance industry

  • Cultural Differences and Career Learning's


Join BRIC and China expert, David Thomas, and Financial & Property Market expert Dr Chyi Lin Lee as they share experiences and personal insights from academia and industry.


There will also be the opportunity to ask questions in the Q&A session and to mix with the speakers and audience members after the event. Don't miss out on a night of learnings and networking!





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David Thomas - Founder and Managing Director, Think Global Consulting

BRIC and China Expert, Speaker and Entrepreneur, David Thomas is well known in the Asia Pacific region for his experience, credibility and passion for identifying, building and facilitating business and investment relationships between developed and emerging countries. His unique experience and powerful networks have accumulated over a 30 year career in London, Hong Kong and Sydney. Through his consultancy Think Global Consulting, David advises clients from a range of industries on their China and Asia Pacific strategy.


Dr Chyi Lin Lee - School of Business, University of Western Sydney


Dr Chyi Lin Lee joined University of Western Sydney as a lecturer in property in March 2008. Prior to this appointment, he was a PhD scholarship holder at the University of Melbourne. His PhD research focuses on the issues in relation to Real Estate Investment Trusts. He has published his work in international refereed journals and has presented at many Australian and international conferences. He also serves on the editorial board of the International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis.


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