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Leqi Kong

Justin Huang

Screenwriter

Creative Artists Agency

Assistant Professor

Ross School of Business,

University of Michigan

Dr. Robert Sellers

Culture & Media Panel

Digital Rebirth:
Seeking Identities in Modern Media

March 19, 8:15 pm - 10:00 pm (EST)

This panel aims to explore pressing questions that are based on media, center on identity, and intersect with culture. How do content creators negotiate between their multiple identities? How is the media aiding or threatening the way we construct our identities? And what do content creators hope people take away from the work at the end of the day?

Hao Zheng

CantoMando

Professor,

Department of Psychology

Director/Writer,

Forbes 30 under 30

Influencer, Youtuber

 

Bruce M. Belzowski

Sue Bai

​​Managing Director

Automotive Futures Research Group

Chief Engineer

Automobile Technology Research

Honda R&D Americas, Inc.

Automotive Panel

Future Driven by Smart Car

March 20, 9:00 am - 11:00 am (EST)

This Automotive Panel will explore how smart vehicles help people to engage with future technologies. Our subtopics will be "Intelligent HMI","Autonomous Driving","Connected Vehicle". Our Panelists will share their insights regarding cutting-edge technologies used in those scenarios and the hurdles down the road as well as the opportunities for collaboration lie within.

Dr. Henry Liu

Dr. Huei Peng

Director, Center for Connected

and Automated Transportation,

 University of Michigan

Director, Mcity

Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering,

University of Michigan

Cyrus Janssen

YouTuber

Managing Director,

APP Marketing Solutions Inc.

Andrew L. Foster

Partner

Skadden, Hong Kong

Business Panel

Tech Giants and Antitrust Reflection

March 21, 9:00 am - 11:00 am (EST)

The business panel in 2021 will explore how tech companies in both the U.S. and China have developed their unique advantages to compete in the New Internet Era, how antitrust laws in the tech field exert influence, and how collaborations between government agencies and big tech companies could stimulate a more sustainable market environment for the future.

Daniel Crane

Jia Yuan

Sr. Professor of Law

University of Michigan

Senior Partner, Tahota Law Firm

Professor of Law,

Sichuan University

 

Robert S. Ross

Professor of Political Science,

Boston College

Peter Petri

Professor of International Finance,

Brandeis University

Sean Randolph

Xiankun Lu

Alan Deardorff

Senior Director,

Bay Area Council Economic Institute

Managing Director,

LEDECO Geneva

​Professor of Public Policy,

University of Michigan​​

U.S.-China
Relations Panel

The Grant Trade Schemes

March 26, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm (EST)

Following the passage of regional trade agreements within Asia and between Asia and Western countries, we will explore the future implications on US-China trade relations. Will trade relations continue to decouple, or will the Biden administration establish more normal trade relations? Learn from leading experts in international relations to find out the answers to these questions.

 

Healthcare Panel

Digital Health Solutions After Pandemic

March 27, 9:00 am - 11:00 am (EST)

Dr. Chad Ellimoottil

Jamey Edwards

The Healthcare panel in 2021 will explore the impact of COVID-19 on the digital surge in healthcare, how digital healthcare integrates into the lives of ordinary people from both US and China effectively, as well as how much potential it can unleash within two countries respectively in the post-pandemic world.

Director,

U-M Telehealth Research Incubator

CEO & Co-Founder,

Cloudbreak Health

Ting Shih

CEO,

Clickmedix

Ming Kuang

Colin Hung

Founder & CEO,

ClouD

CMO & Editor

HealthcareScene.com

 
 

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