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Exploring Beijing

Beijing is a metropolis in northern China and thrives today as the political and cultural capital of the People’s Republic of China as well as a center of international activity and an important socialist base.

It is home to an authentic combination of ancient civilization and modern era. From her architectural marvels like the biggest central square in the world – Tian’anmen, the Forbidden City that is the largest and best-preserved imperial palace, a superbly preserved section of the Great Wall and the breathtaking sacrificial complex – the Temple of Heaven, to her cultural treasures like the hutong, siheyuan, martial arts, taiji, porcelain and xiqu performances, Beijing is the place to be.  Apart from her century-old history and traditions, there is also a creative, new side to Beijing which awaits you. The 798 Art Space in Dashanzi is the hub of modern art, while the Olympic Park in Chaoyang district, the heart of the Beijing Olympic Games has become one of Beijing’s newest landmarks.  

To explore Beijing and register for The Asian Banker Summit 2009, please contact us.

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Guiding Principles of China’s Banking Regulation
The Asian Banker Summit 2009 Opening Keynote Speech

By Mr. LiuMingkang, Chairman, China Banking Regulatory Commission
May 11, 2009, Beijing

Monitoring the Future: Regulatory Responses and Realistic Expectations
Remarks by Superintendent Julie Dickson, Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada (OSFI)

Closing Keynote Session: "Coming Up on the Radar - Systemic and Counterparty Risks in the Next Phase of the Crisis"
Notes for Intervention: Malcolm D. Knight, Vice Chairman, Deutsche Bank Group
Acceptance speech by Mr Wee Cho Yaw, chairman, UOB Group, for Lifetime Achievement Award presented by The Asian Banker on 10 May 2009, Beijing

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