曾⽒集團主席曾沛霖出席未来城市峰會 2020 年會

好城市基金會欣然宣布,我們已於2021年6月與曾氏集團(Tsangs Group)成為戰略合作夥伴,為亞洲新興城市帶動更美好的發展。


5th Anniversary Celebration in the Future City Summit in 2020, with the Chairman of Tsangs Group, Mr. Patrick Tsang (3rd from the left in the last row).

Good City Foundation and Tsangs Group are teaming up as Strategic Partnership in June 2021 to deliver digital platform and global resources of urban development to emerging cities in Asia.


Photo credit to Mr.Chhoy Theara

On 25th May 2021, Rainmaking Cambodia 2021 was successfully held in one of the Rainmaking Series across 10 cities including Asia, Africa and North America, hosted by Good City Foundation, sponsored by Tsangs Group, and supported by Invest HK, Startmeup HK, The World Economic Forum, Hong Kong Economic And Trade Office (Bangkok), and local strategic partners such as, Knight Frank Cambodia, Cambodia Real Estate Association, Realestate.com.kh, Invest In Cambodia, Young Entrepreneurs Association of Cambodia, Cambodia Digital Commerce Association, Property Area Asia and other communities. …


我们愿景「未来城市峰会 2021 年会」是一场中国未来青年在疫情后能够热血一番的把酒英雄地。在 2020 年世界弹指以后,你希望在这场人类复兴运动当中担当什么角色?作为疫情后社会经济回复速度最快的国家,我们这群新一代青年有什么信息想带给在远方的朋友?我们又有什么好城市、好科技、好人文价值可以传递给所有人呢?


Memory Capture: African Frontier Panel Discussion in Future City Summit Annual Meet 2019 in Chicago Booth Business School in Hong Kong.

On 16–17 December 2020, the 5th Annual Meet of Future City Summit was successfully held globally, with Cyberport in Hong Kong used as the studio. The event was jointly sponsored by InvestHK (Government Department of Foreign Direct Investment) and Cyberport Hong Kong. The summit recorded over 390 nominated delegates from 49 countries in Asia, Europe, Africa and North America with over 34,000 organic audience reach while streaming. Since 2018, Future City Summit has been highly engaged by the African young professional, policy and technology innovator communities.


Stephen Phillips, Director General of InvestHK, sharing as Keynote Speaker on the importance of shaping collaborative hubs in Asia with Hong Kong and other strategic countries.

On 16–17 December 2020, the 5th Annual Meet of Future City Summit was successfully held globally, with Cyberport in Hong Kong used as the studio. The event was jointly sponsored by InvestHK (Government Department of Foreign Direct Investment) and Cyberport Hong Kong. The summit recorded over 390 nominated delegates from 49 countries in Asia, Europe, Africa and North America with over 34,000 organic audience reach while streaming. Since 2016, Future City Summit has been highly engaged by the Khmer real estate and tech communities. This year, the Summit partnered and earned support of the Khmer Enterprise (KE).


Stephen Phillips, Director General of InvestHK, sharing as Keynote Speaker on the importance of shaping collaborative hubs in Asia with Hong Kong and other strategic countries.

On 16–17 December 2020, the 5th Annual Meet of Future City Summit was successfully held globally, with Cyberport in Hong Kong used as the studio. The event was jointly sponsored by InvestHK (Government Department of Foreign Direct Investment) and Cyberport Hong Kong. The summit recorded over 390 nominated delegates from 49 countries in Asia, Europe, Africa and North America with over 34,000 organic audience reach while streaming. Since 2016, Future City Summit has been highly engaged by the Palestinian innovation and young professional communities. This year, the Summit partnered and earned support of the United Nations Development Program in Palestine.


Panel Session “Land & Affordable Living” Maximising the “value” of land: exit plan for Hong Kong’s housing crisis? in Future City Summit Annual Meet 2020
  • The 5th Annual Meet was themed “Global Post-Pandemic Recovery” with series of thought-leadership dialogues with influential figures such as Stephen Phillips of InvestHK, Petrider Paul(Tanzania) of African Union Youth Advisory Council, Tita Larasati(Indonesia) of Indonesia Creative Cities Network, Retnam Shanmuga of ASEAN Smart Cities Network, along with multiple side sessions.
  • Panels were also attended and spoken by thought leaders such as Dr. Winnie Law, Deputy Director and Principal Lecturer at the Centre for Civil Society and Governance of The University of Hong Kong, William Chiu, Head of Future Skills and Corporate Sustainability, Asia Pacific at HSBC, Richard Hsu, Professor of…

A settlement is seen against the skyline of Manila’s financial district in the Philippines NOEL CELIS/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

A new roadmap designed by global experts aimed at addressing the most pressing issues facing cities who want to deploy new technologies and accompanying policies aligned with the World Economic Forum has been launched by the G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance.

A recent partnership between technology consulting firm LAB.PH and Hong Kong-based Good City Foundation(Institutional Partner of G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance) is bringing the G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance initiatives to Philippine shores with the inclusion of the City Government of Manila as one of the “Pioneer Cities” that will collaborate with experts in developing smart city policies.

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