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2013APCS program book

  1. 1. Program Book Sep. 9-11 Kaohsiung www.2013apcs.orgFor Android System
  2. 2. Partners and Sponsors Partners Media Partner Alternative Supporters OfficialWater OfficialTansportation Services Official Travel Agency Sponsors Honorary Special Platinum General Gold Official Carriers Bronze 2013 APCS Secretariat 10F., No.2, Sihwei 3rd Road, Lingya Dist., Kaohsiung City 80203, Taiwan T: +886-7-332-1771/2 F: +886-7-332-1773 E: service@2013apcs.org Website: www.2013apcs.org Execution
  3. 3. 1 Welcome 2 Host City 3 Summit History 4 Participating Cities 8 Venue Floor Plan 9 Theme & Topic 10 Agenda 11 Mon., Sep. 9th 14 Tue., Sep. 10th 16 Wed., Sep. 11th 22 Keynote Speech 32 Panel Discussion 42 Young Professionals' (YP) Forum 48 Mayors' Forum 52 Young Social Entrepreneur (YSE) Forum & Campaign 58 City Partners Exhibition 72 Business Tour 80 Social Event 82 Official Hotel 83 General Information Content 2013 APCS provides delegates a free Android app that will deliver the latest 2013 APCS announcements or updated information. Delegates who have Android devices are encouraged to download the app to get the latest news. Your login account number is the same as your Email address and login password is the same as your Registration Number. For Download Abstract Android
  4. 4. Welcome On behalf of Kaohsiung City, I sincerely welcome mayors, leaders and delegates from around the world to the 2013 Asia Pacific Cities Summit (APCS). My deepest appreciation goes to Brisbane and APCS Secretariat for granting Kaohsiung the privilege of hosting the prestigious APCS. 2013 APCS Kaohsiung features the 9th summit and the turning point of the 3rd Decade APCS Movement. I assure you this year’s APCS will be a conference for learning, a platform for sharing, a network for business opportunities and an agenda for actions. I wish all attendees to be inspired by our speakers and fellow participants as we share the topic of reshaping urbanomics. Moving forward, my wish is for the continual cooperation to build a stronger APCS entity for the benefits of regional cities. Our grand project“Asia New Bay”will accelerate the momentum to transform Kaohsiung to be a multi-functional international harbor city. I would also like to invite you to take the opportunity to enjoy the warmth, the culture and the convenience the region has to offer. My greatest gratification goes to the numerous sponsors, exhibitors, supporters, participants and volunteers of 2013 APCS, may we all collaborate and cooperate in building an ecological and sustainable future. CHEN, Chu Mayor of Kaohsiung Taiwan QUIRK, Graham Lord Mayor of Brisbane Australia I take great pleasure in personally welcoming you to the 9th Asia Pacific Cities Summit (APCS). After 16 successful years, APCS has established itself as a leading regional forum for civic and business leaders. By connecting key decision makers from across the Asia Pacific Region the Summit has become a valuable forum to exchange knowledge and formulate solutions to tackle shared challenges. APCS has become an integral part of the Brisbane City Council’s broader strategy to encourage closer cultural and economic ties with our regional partners and I am delighted to be bringing a significant delegation of Brisbane business leaders to Kaohsiung and a group of City leaders from the South East Queensland region. I am confident that the 2013 APCS will continue to build on the tremendous success enjoyed by previous Summits and that Kaohsiung will be magnificent hosts for this year’s event. Brisbane and Kaohsiung share a very strong sister city relationship and I am delighted that the 2013 APCS will further strengthen the ties between our cities – as well as other participating cities from around the globe. 1
  5. 5. Host City Facing Taiwan Strait to the west and Bashi Channel to the south, Kaohsiung is a beautiful and modern metropolis located in southern Taiwan as well as the second largest city of the island. Greater Kaohsiung, a metropolis occupying an area of 2,946 km2 with the total population of 2.77 million, possessing all kinds of natural landscapes and living facilities, will thrive as a new global city. Kaohsiung has the largest land area of any special municipality of Taiwan. Its convenient network of land, air, and sea transportation offers multiple options for travel and freight movements, linking Kaohsiung with the world while also allowing people quick and easy access to the city. Kaohsiung also has easy access to Taoyuan International Airport in northern Taiwan by either highway or the Taiwan High-Speed Rail, for flights to destinations worldwide. Kaohsiung is a leading industrial city in Taiwan as well as one of the world’s most important cargo ports. The“Taiwan miracle” was created in Kaohsiung when the island emerged as a world leader in manufacturing in the 1960s. In the 21st century, the city is now committed to achieve a balance between the economy and ecology, and between industry and innovation. The city is actively developing high-tech, environmental protection, low-carbon, green energy, cultural and creative industries, as well as accelerating the upgrading and transforming of traditional heavy industries. Kaohsiung is now building its capacity for the future and has long-term development potentials from all perspectives serving as the best base for prospective investors to venture into the Asian economy and market. Since it’s a diverse marine city with many ethnic groups, it’s evolved into a friendly, passionate, adventurous and creative city. Buoyed by the years of continuing efforts from citizens and the city government alike, Kaohsiung has advanced from a business driven, industrial city, into a metropolis of culture, tourism, multiple green spaces and sustainability. Charming waterfronts, fabulous night views of the harbor, vibrant and creative folk festivals, artistic performances and promising investment opportunities are just small part of Kaohsiung’s amazing characteristics. Kaohsiung has continuously striven to provide residents with a safe and sufficient living environment not only by progress in urbanomics but also the implementation of fully- developed policies. Leveraging the significant experience of 2009 World Games to the upcoming milestone of 2014“Asia’s New Bay Area”designation, Kaohsiung will continuously gain in competitiveness from its rich culture and beautiful cityscape. 2
  6. 6. Summit History From its inception in 1996 by the Brisbane City Council, the Asia Pacific Cities Summit (APCS) has been recognized as one of the premier forums for fast-tracking international city networks and new business relationships for over 100 cities in the region. APCS is not only a leading platform for regional issues but also a generator for market cooperation between local governments and business sectors. The biennial APCS is a grand occasion for business leaders, government representatives, and young professionals, attracting numerous elites from around the world. The event has been held in Brisbane Australia, Seattle USA, Chongqing China, and Incheon South Korea in the previous years. 2013 Asia Pacific Cities Summit The Asia Pacific Cities Summit (APCS) has been held successfully over the past 17 years. The APCS is a biennial event with the objective of promoting economic growth in the Asia Pacific region and beyond. It is a platform for attendees to communicate and exchange their viewpoints and knowledge regarding business growth, investment and economic outcomes. Lately the Summit has become a medium for global business to enter the growing Asia Pacific markets. The APCS is the place where all stakeholders of regional community should meet. Key city decision makers, business leaders, social entrepreneurs, young leaders and professionals, experts in their fields are welcomed, as Summit participants deal with regional challenges in an open and highly interactive manner. The 2013 APCS will build upon the success of eight prior Summits. We aim to discuss the city- state phenomenon and its relationship with the people, as well as strategies that accentuate positive mutual advantage and regenerate business opportunities between cities. The Summit will certainly inspire new ideas and creative approaches while providing strategic links to top Asia Pacific companies and public enterprises. 2013 APCS Kaohsiung is an opportunity not to be missed; this is the place to be! Summit Fast Facts Dates: September 9 th to 11 th , 2013 Venue: Kaohsiung-ARENA, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 3
  7. 7. Participating Cities No. City (Country Code) Representative Title 1 Adelaide (AUS) YARWOOD, Stephen Lord Mayor 2 Amman (JOR) AL-HYARI, Emad Deputy City Manager 3 Auckland (NZL) PRADHAN, Tara Manager Int. Relations 4 Bandar Seribegawan (BRN) PANGIRAN, Haji Rahman Chairman 5 Belize (BLZ) BRADLEY, Darrell Mayor 6 Bilbao (ESP) ARESO, Ibon First Deputy Mayor 7 Bordeaux (FRA) CAZES, Sylvie Conseillere Municipale 8 Brisbane (AUS) QUIRK, Graham Lord Mayor 9 Busan (KOR) BAEK, Unhyeon (白雲鉉) Vice Mayor 10 Caloocan (PHL) MALAPITAN, Oscar G. Mayor 11 Castries (LCA) LEWIS, Shirley Mayor 12 Cebu (PHL) RAMA, Michael Mayor 13 Changhua (TWN) LIN, Tien Fu (林田富) Deputy Magistrate 14 Chiayi (TWN) CHANG, Hwa Kuan (張花冠) Magistrate 15 CNMI (USA) HOFSCHNEIDER, Jude U Lieutenant Governor 16 Colombo (LKA) MUZAMMIL, Ahamed Jamaldeen Mohamed Mayor 17 Daejeon (KOR) KIM, Byung Kwon (金炳 ) Deputy Mayor 18 East Belitung (IDN) BASURI, Tjahaja Purnama Regent 19 Fairfield (AUS) YEUNG, Ken Councillor 20 Fuzhou (CHN) YANG, Yi Min (楊益民) Mayor 21 Guam (USA) TENORIO, Ray Lieutenant Governor 22 Hachioji (JPN) ISHIMORI, Takayuki (石森孝志) Mayor 23 Hanoi (VNM) NGUYEN, Manh Quyen Deputy Director 24 Ho Chi Minh (VNM) TRUONG, Van Lam Director 25 Honiara (SLB) KIRA,Charles Sale Deputy Mayor 26 Honolulu (USA) SHINN, Ember Lee Deputy Mayor 27 Hyderabad (IND) RUBINA, Ayesha (Ms) Co-option Member 28 Incheon (KOR) OHM, Song Jun (嚴盛俊) Deputy Mayor 29 Ipswich (AUS) PISASALE, Paul Mayor 30 Kaohsiung (TWN) CHEN, Chu (陳菊) (Ms) Mayor 31 Kathmandu (NEP) ARYAL, Laxman Mayor 32 Kinmen (TWN) WU, Yu Chin (吳友欽) Vice Magistrate 33 Kobe (JPN) HANAKI, Akira (花木章) Director General of Port Promotions 34 Koror (PLW) ADACHI, Yositaka Governor 35 Kuala Lumpur (MYS) SYED OMAR, Sharifah Junidah Deputy Director 4
  8. 8. Participating Cities No. City (Country Code) Representative Title 36 Kumamoto City (JPN) KOHYAMA, Seishi (幸山政史) Mayor 37 Kumamoto Prefecture (JPN) KABASHIMA, Ikuo (蒲島郁夫) Governor 38 Lampung (IDN) SJACHROEDIN Governor 39 Little Rock (USA) STODOLA, Mark Mayor 40 Lockyer Valley (AUS) JONES, Steve Mayor 41 Logan (AUS) LUTTON, Russell Deputy Mayor 42 Male (MDV) MANIKU, Maizan Ali Mayor 43 Mandaluyong (PHL) ABALOS, Benjamin Jr. Mayor 44 Marrickville (AUS) MACRI, Vittorio Mayor 45 Maui County (USA) ARAKAWA, Alan Mayor 46 Mino (JPN) ISHIKAWA, Michimasa (石川道政) Mayor 47 Moreton Bay (AUS) SUTHERLAND, Allan Mayor 48 Mount Kumgang Tourist Region (PRK) PAK, Chol Su (朴哲洙) Deputy Chief Executive 49 Nay Pyi Taw (MMR) U Myo Aung Director General 50 New Taipei (TWN) CHU, Li Luan (朱立倫) Mayor 51 NorthWest (SGP) TEO, Ho Pin Mayor 52 Olympia (USA) BUXBAUM, Stephen Mayor 53 Ottawa (CAN) DESROCHES, Stephen John Deputy Mayor 54 Paramatta (AUS) HUGH, John Councillor 55 Penang (MYS) LIM, Guan Eng (林冠英) Chief Minister 56 Pingtung (TWN) TSAO, Chi Hung (曹啟鴻) Magistrate 57 Pohnpei (FSM) EHSA, John Governor 58 Portland (USA) SCOTT, Andrew Chief budget officer 59 Queensland (AUS) CRISAFULLI, David Minister 60 Redland (AUS) WILLIAMS, Karen Mayor 61 Rizhao (CHN) LI, Tong Dao (李同道) Mayor 62 Scenic Rim (AUS) BRENT, John Mayor 63 Seattle (USA) SMITH, Darryl Deputy Mayor 64 Seberang Perai (MYS) MOHD SHARIF, Maimunah Municipal President 65 Shenzhen (CHN) XU, Qin (許勤) Mayor 66 South Delh (IND) CHOUDHARY, Sarita (Ms) Mayor 67 South East Sulawesi Province (IDN) ALAM, Nur Governor 68 South Lampung (IDN) MENOZA, Rycko Regent 69 South Tarawa(KIR) TIOON, Ruoikabuti Mayor 70 Sunshine Coast (AUS) JAMIESON, Mark Mayor 5
  9. 9. No. City (Country Code) Representative Title 71 Suva (FJI) UMARIA, Chandra Kant Lord Mayor 72 Taichung (TWN) HUANG, Kuo Jung (黃國榮) Deputy Mayor 73 Tainan (TWN) LAI, Qing Der (賴清德) Mayor 74 Taipei (TWN) HUANG, Jung Feng (黃榮峰) Deputy Secretary 75 Taitung (TWN) CHANG, Chi Yi (張基義) Deputy Governor 76 Taoyuan (TWN) WU, Chih Yang (吳志揚) Mayor 77 Tianjin (CHN) YIN, Hai Lin (尹海林) Deputy Mayor 78 Toowoomba (AUS) ANTONIO, Paul Mayor 79 Tulsa (USA) TWOMBLY, Jim City Manager 80 Vancouver (CAN) JANG, Kerry Deputy Mayor 81 Vienna (AUT) RESCH, Thomas J Delegate 82 Xiamen (CHN) KANG, Tao (康濤) Deputy Mayor 83 Yaren (NRU) KEKE, Kieren Mayor 84 Yilan (TWN) LIN, Tsung Hsien (林聰賢) Magistrate 85 Yunlin (TWN) SHIH, Keh Her (施克和) Deputy County Governor The List in Alphabetical Order of City’s Name. Participating Cities 6
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  11. 11. Venue Floor Plan 1F, The Kaohsiung-ARENA Function Location Registration Main Entrance Conference Room M / P1 / P2 / P3 Room Exhibition/ Exhibition Area Business Matching Speaker Room Next to P1 Room Lunch 9F, Grand Hilai Arena Function Location Registration Main Entrance Conference Room M / P1 / P2 / P3 Room Exhibition/ Exhibition Area Business Matching Speaker Room Next to P1 Room Lunch 9F, Grand Hilai Arena 8
  12. 12. Theme & Topic Reshaping the Urbanomics of Cities – City Challenges, City Solutions Now that the old tried and true old mantras of the ‘60s and ‘70s have taken a battering unseen since the Great Depression, urban communities need now to bravely move on the true wealth of dealing with “ Why Urbanomics needs an urgent reform ” due to competition at the expense of city environments, justice and the people and “How to rebuild ” durable communities by advocating people-oriented, deep-rooted, responsible and sustainable economies. 2013 APCS Kaohsiung is themed "Reshaping the Urbanomics of Cities – City Challenges, City Solutions" and addresses the challenges that Asian Pacific cities have encountered under the pressure of global competition. In the face of a world economic crisis of historic proportions, cities of the Asia Pacific, which have remained resilient and ambitious are called to seek a fresh vision and bold new ideas and to strengthen strategic networking across the most vibrant market region on earth, which we know as the Asia Pacific. 2013 APCS is well-timed to generate new possibilities for greater economic values and initiatives. While enjoying sharing valuable perspectives on exciting topics, Summit participants will also gain much out of their investment from the City Partners Exhibition, Panel Discussion and Young Professionals' Forum. The theme of the 2013 APCS is based around the premise that neither government, nor business, nor civic society alone can successfully address the challenges on the current global economic agenda. We expect to generate new ideas and plans for reshaping urbanomics under the discussion of the following topics: City Challenges and Opportunities Current trends are urging the necessity of City leadership to seek newer, more integrated urban development models that can flourish even in today’s condition. The APCS provides a “road-map” of actionable, urbanomic models developed to successfully tackle today’s urgent economic challenges. In scanning the steps necessary to make the commitment to a more efficient and sustainable future. APCS 2013 brings an original, fresh discourse to reshaping our economies to the fore-ground. Green Economy to Blue Economy Within the concept of City sustainability, the Green and Blue Economy brings innovative thinking from multiple perspectives, that will enrich our local discourse and help us scientifically to rethink urban economies that can thrive. Seeing the need to further mainstream sustainable development at all levels and recognizing their inter-linkages, Mayors at 2013 APCS will discover integrating nature and ecological principles with innovatively designed urbanomics. Smart, Bold, and Breakthrough Leadership Reshaping competitiveness and providing solutions to seemingly insurmountable challenges while facing stiff international competition and financial austerity is a major concern for all cities. Mayors will focus on smart and ambitious governance strategies for today’s urban needs, and prioritizing the tackling of core issues to maximize limited assets, achieve positive growth, jobs and develop distinctive industries. 9
  13. 13. Agenda A CommonWealth Economic Trends Dialog : Asia Rising - Economic Opportunities and Challenges for Cities B City – Corporate Branding: Partnering with Your City in the Global Market C Urban Re-engineering with Human Capital Advancement D Decoding New Models of the Urban Cluster Economy E The Myth of International Exhibitions and Sports Events: Economic Blessing or Curse? F Rethinking the Sustainable City: Environment Awareness and Common Responsibilities G Discovering Untapped City Competitiveness in the Social Economy H Changing City Lifestyles and the Public Driven Economy I Building Livable Cities with Smart and Green Technologies J “Green And Seen”: Best Asia Pacific Cities Initiatives K Green Industry and Enterprise: Future Prospects and Possibilities L Low-Carbon City Initiatives: Case studies M Emerging Asia Pacific Cities Dialog: the Newest Markets and Economics N Smart Leadership Dialog: Innovative Socio-economics in the Time of Crisis O Harbor City Dialog : Critical Path for Asia's Marine Cities Time/Date 08:30-09:00 09:00-09:30 09:30-10:00 10:30-11:00 11:00-12:10 12:10-13:00 13:00-13:40 13:40-14:50 14:50-15:20 15:20-16:30 16:30-17:30 18:30-21:00 Sun., Sep 8th Mon., Sep. 9th Tue., Sep. 10th Wed., Sep. 11th 10:00-10:30 Opening Ceremony Registration Panel II Panel IV Free Time Welcome Dinner Kaohsiung Night Coffee Break Lunch YSEForum &Campaign Business Tour Mayors’ Forum Closing Ceremony Farewell Banquet Registration Young Professionals’ Forum 13:00-18:30 Keynote Speech I Transcending Technology, Transforming Urban Lifestyles in New Urban Economies WANG, Cher Keynote Speech II Green and Blue Economy: Effects, Implications and Roadmap for the Asia Pacific Cities PAULI,Gunter BRAUNGART,Michael Keynote Speech III Reposition Your City on the Global Map with Smart Governance LIVINGSTONE, Ken City Partners Exhibition / Business Matching Program 08:30-17:30 City Partners Exhibition Mayors’Accord Signing Coffee Break Panel I Panel VDialog with PAULI,Gunter& BRAUNGART,Michael: Envisioning the Future of Asia Pacific Cities under Green and Blue Economies NM OBA C ED F KJ L Panel III HG I 08:30-12:00 10
  14. 14. Daily Summit Program Mon., Sep. 9th Time Agenda Location 08:30-17:30 City Partners Exhibition / Business Matching Exhibition 09:00-09:30 Opening Ceremony M 09:30-10:10 Keynote Speech I Transcending Technology, Transforming Urban Lifestyles in New Urban Economies WANG, Cher / Acting Chairperson, HTC Corporation and VIA Technologies, Inc. M 10:10-10:30 Exhibition Touring Exhibition 10:30-11:00 Coffee Break 11:00-12:10 A. CommonWealth Economic Trends Dialog : Asia Rising - Economic Opportunities and Challenges for Cities P3 Moderator: WU, Yin Chuen / Managing Editor, CommonWealth Magazine Asia Rising - Economic Opportunities and Challenges for Cities CHOUDHARY, Sarita / Mayor, South Delhi Municipal Corporation Tianjin Urban Development in Process of Asian Economic Integration YIN, Hai Lin / Vice Mayor, Tianjin City WDC Taipei 2016: Creating a City with “Design Vision” LIOU, Wei Gong / Commissioner, Department of Cultural Affairs, Taipei City Government Asia Rising - Economic Opportunities and Challenges for Cities TSENG, Vincent / Director-General, Economic Development Bureau, Kaohsiung City Government Panel Q & A B. City - Corporate Branding: Partnering with your City in the Global Market P2 Moderator: LEE, Liang Chien / CEO, College of Management EMBA/PMBA, I-Shou University Partnering Your City on the Global Map - More than Mall PAI, Joseph / Chairman, Ogilvy Public Relations City - Corporate Branding: Partnering with your City in the Global Market CATANACH, Rachel / Managing Director, FleishmanHillard Hong Kong Partnering Your City on the Global Map - More than Mall TU, Yuan Kun / Superintendent, E-DA hospital & I-Shou University Panel Q & A C. Urban Re-engineering with Human Capital Advancement P1 Moderator: CHU, Yuan Hsiang / President, Shu-Te University Creating a Framework for Education in the Creative Industries HANSEN, Craig / Director of Industry and Academic Projects, 3Di and CDC Brogent Development is Related to Urban Re-engineering with Human Capital Advancement HUANG, Johnny / President, Brogent Technologies INC. Trans City Business Coalitions and Local Informal Economies-Hyderabad City RUBINA, Ayesha / Co-option Member, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation Career Training Transforms City YANG, Mike / Manager, Rhythm and Hues Studio Panel Q & A 1210-1340 Lunch 9F, Grand Hilai Arena 11
  15. 15. Mon., Sep. 9th Daily Summit Program Time Agenda Location 13:40-14:50 D. Decoding New Models of the Urban Cluster Economy P1 Moderator: WU, Jih Hwa / Vice President for Administrative Affairs, National Sun Yat-Sen University Services for Sustainable Communities FUHRMANN, Thomas / Director Industry Service, TÜV Rheinland Shanghai Auckland - from Transition to Transformation PRADHAN, Tara / Manager International Relations, Auckland Council Taoyuan Aerotropolis Plan WU, Chih Yang / County Mayor, Taoyuan County Panel Q & A E. The Myth of International Exhibitions and Sports Events: Economic Blessing or Curse? P2 Moderator: HUANG, Leo / Dean, School of Tourism, National Kaohsiung University of Hospitality and Tourism Humanistic City Band Capital FENG, Chien Ju / Director of Cultural Affairs Bureau, Chiayi City Government Keep Your Options Open- Why a Mega Event May Not be the Right Choice for You MELIS, Koen / Managing Director, NEC Group International 2013 Yunlin Agriculture Expo and Post-modern Agriculture SHIH, Keh Her / Deputy County Magistrate, Yunlin County The 2012 London Olympic Games – a Case Study WIGHTMAN, Brett / Associate Principal, Populous Panel Q & A F. Rethinking the Sustainable City: Environment Awareness and Common Responsibilities P3 Moderator: LIU, Shyh Fang / Deputy Mayor, Kaohsiung City Cities as Drivers for Sustainability VAN BEGIN, Gino / Secretary General, International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) Rethinking the Sustainable City: Environment Awareness and Common Responsibilities LIN, Tze Luen / Professor, Development of Political Science, National Taiwan University Panel Q & A 14:50-15:20 Coffee Break 15:20-16:30 G. Discovering Untapped City Competitiveness in the Social Economy P1 Moderator: LIN, San Quei / Director General, Bureau of Employment and Vocational Training, Council of Labor Affairs Corporate / NGO Collaboration in Social Economy CHUA, Hoi Wai / Business Director, HKCSS-HSBC Social Enterprise Business Centre The Role of Women and Youth in Social Innovation Ecosystems SAI, Grace / Co-Founder and CEO, HUB Singapore Innovation and Incubation of Social Enterprises in East & Southeast Asia SHRESTHA, Sunit / Managing Director, Change Fusion Panel Q & A 12
  16. 16. Mon., Sep. 9th Daily Summit Program Time Agenda Location 15:20-16:30 H. Changing City Lifestyles and the Public Driven Economy P2 Moderator: SMITH, Darryl / Deputy Mayor, City of Seattle Changing City Lifestyles and the Public Driven Economy CHEN, Ason / CEO, B'in Music International Limited Using the Popularity of Kumamoto’s Prefectural Mascot Kumamon to Maximize the “Gross Prefectural Happiness” of Kumamoto’s Citizens KABASHIMA, Ikuo / Governor, Kumamoto Prefecture Changing City Lifestyles and the Public Driven Economy SAINES CNZM, Chris / Director, Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art Becoming “Classics of the Future” with Traditions SHEN, Henry / Art Director, 1300 Panel Q & A I. Building Livable Cities with Smart and Green Technologies P3 Moderator: STODOLA, Mark / Mayor, City of Little Rock Transforming Cities for the Better through Sustainable Technology ELVER, Erdal / President and CEO, Siemens Ltd. Taiwan The Introduction of Taichung Gateway and Taiwan Tower & Museum MU, Kuei Hsin / Director-General, Urban Development Bureau of Taichung City Government The Digital Imperative for Cities O'HEA, Kieran / Chief Digital Officer of Brisbane Panel Q & A 18:30-21:00 Welcome Dinner Dream Lake, Crowne Plaza Kaohsiung E-DA World 13
  17. 17. Tue., Sep. 10th Daily Summit Program , p Time Agenda Location 08:30-17:30 City Partners Exhibition / Business Matching Exhibition 09:00-10:30 Keynote Speech II Green and Blue Economy: Effects, Implications and Roadmap for the Asia Pacific Cities PAULI, Gunter / Founder-Director, Zero Emissions Research and Initiatives (ZERI) BRAUNGART, Michael / Founder, Environmental Protection Encouragement Agency (EPEA) M 10:30-11:00 Coffee Break 11:00-12:10 Dialog with Gunter Pauli and Michael Braungart: Envisioning the Future of Asia Pacific Cities under Green and Blue Economics CHEN, Chu / Mayor, Kaohsiung City QUIRK, Graham / Lord Mayor of Brisbane XU, Qin / Mayor, Shenzhen City PENALOSA, Gil / Executive Director, 8 to 80 Cities M 12:10-13:40 Lunch 9F, Grand Hilai Arena 13:40-14:50 J. “Green And Seen”: Best Asia Pacific Cities Initiatives P3 Moderator: LIU, Ching Kuan / President, Kaohsiung Medical University Strategic Transformation of the City ARESO, Ibon / First Deputy Mayor of Bilbao Green and Seen: Best Asia Pacific Cities Initiatives JANG, Kerry / Deputy Mayor & Councilor, City of Vancouver Raise Water, Grow Electricity’ Plan TSAO, Chi Hung / Magistrate, Pingtung County Build Livable Eco-City with Nature Environment by Implementing Green Development Concept XU, Chuan Dong / Director, Rizhao Municipal Commission of Housing and Urban-Rural Planning and Construction Panel Q & A K. Green Industry and Enterprise: Future Prospects and Possibilities P1 Moderator: AIELLO, Brian / President, AmCham Kaohsiung & Vice President, Epoch Energy TC Green Industry and Enterprise: Future Prospects and Possibilities ELIAS, Pierre / Asia Pacific Business Development Manager, Boréalis Australia How Citizens Reap Benefits from Catenary Less Trams in Sustainable Cities GARCIA GABIAN, Juan Jose / Asia Director, Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles Green Solutions for Megacities in Asia in the Waste Management Industry JENNY, Francois / Business Line Director, SITA Waste Services Limited A Successful Case in Green Energy Industry WANG, Chia Nan / CEO, EPOCH Energy Technology Corporation Panel Q & A 14
  18. 18. Daily Summit Program Tue., Sep. 10th Time Agenda Location 13:40-14:50 L. Low-Carbon City Initiatives: Case studies P2 Moderator: ELVER, Erdal / President and CEO, Siemens Ltd. Taiwan Urban Electromobility BARKEY, Bernd / Managing Director, Robert Bosch Taiwan Co. Ltd Sustainable Development with Local Community and City CHANG, Shi Long / Assistant Vice President, China Steel Corporation Sustainable Mobility – Drive Green FANN, Thomas / President, FORD Lio Ho Motor Company Smart Home for Life.augmented KUO, Brady / Director, Taiwan Strategic Planning and Business Development, STMicroelectronics Panel Q & A 14:50-15:20 Coffee Break 15:20-17:30 Business Tour Site A-K Mayors’ Forum 9F, Grand Hilai Arena YSE Forum & Campaign M 18:30-21:00 Kaohsiung Night Glory Pier 15
  19. 19. Daily Summit Program Wed., Sep. 11th Time Agenda Location 08:30-12:00 City Partners Exhibition Exhibition 09:00-10:00 Keynote Speech III Reposition Your City on the Global Map with Smart Governance LIVINGSTONE, Ken / Former Mayor of London (2000-2008) M 10:00-10:30 Mayors’ Accord Signing M 10:30-11:00 Coffee Break 11:00-12:10 M. Emerging Asia Pacific Cities Dialog: the Newest Markets and Economics P3 Moderator: SHIH, Chih Lung / Chairman, Asia Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce The Newest Markets and Economics ABALOS, Benjamin / Mayor, Mandaluyong City The Newest Markets and Economics RAMA, Michael / Mayor, Cebu City The Newest Markets and Economics YANG, Yi Min / Mayor, Fuzhou City Panel Q & A N. Smart Leadership Dialog: Innovative Socio-economics in the Time of Crisis P2 Moderator: LIVINGSTONE, Ken / Former Mayor of London (from 2000-2008) Bordeaux : From Inherent Assets to Urban Dynamics CAZES, Sylvie / Advisor, City of Bordeaux Innovative Socio-economics in the Time of Crisis CHAN, Heng Chee / Chairman, Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities Innovative Socio-economics in the Time of Crisis LAI, William / Mayor, Tainan City Panel Q & A O. Harbor City Dialog : Critical Path for Asia's Marine Cities P1 Moderator: BUXBAUM, Stephen / Mayor, City of Olympia Gateway City Kobe HANAKI, Akira / Director General of Port Promotions, Port and Urban Projects Bureau, Kobe City Development Common Prosperity for Kaohsiung City and Port HSIAO, Ding Hsun / Chairman, Taiwan International Ports Corporation, Ltd. Critical Path for Asia's Marine Cities WANG, Yao Hui / Secretary, Xiamen Municipal Urban Planning Bureau Panel Q & A 12:10-13:00 Closing Ceremony M 13:00-15:20 Farewell Banquet DA BA Restaurant 16
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  25. 25. Keynote Speech Under the ground-breaking theme of "Reshaping the Urbanomics of Cities - City Challenges, City Solutions", the 2013 APCS aims to bring delegates the insights and solutions to today's most complex challenges. Four world-class speakers are invited to deliver their 'mountain-top' viewpoint of urbanomics and development of cities through keynote speech sessions. One additional dialog on Blue Economy and Green Economy will be specially arranged to arouse the conception of a new model of urbanomics on the second morning session. 22
  26. 26. Keynote Speech I HTC, as the leading internationally recognized enterprise from Taiwan, has already transcended traditional competitive strategies, spearheading the way to new urban lifestyles and urbanomics. How does this visionary leader of a world class brand strategies market entry? What observations can cities utilize while aspiring to attain global brand identity status? Transcending Technology, Transforming Urban Lifestyles in New Urban Economies Cher Wang has both extensive experience and an enviable record in the electronics industry. Her remarkable insight into technology trends and entrepreneurship has enabled her to establish a number of highly successful IT-related businesses. She has been appointed business heavyweights as Taiwan's new representatives to the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) in 2009. While working as a PC Division General Manager, Wang was a driving force behind First International Computer’s (FIC) entry into the motherboard business. She is currently the Acting Chairperson of two Taiwan-listed companies - HTC Corporation and VIA Technologies, Inc. In 2005, she was selected as an Innovator in the 2005 Stars of Asia: 25 Leaders on the Forefront of Change by Business Week and was named as one of the ten executives to watch in Asia. Ms. Wang obtained her Masters degree in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley, and is a devout Christian. She is married with two children. WANG, Cher Acting Chairperson, HTC Corporation / Acting Chairperson, VIA Technologies, Inc. 9/909:30-10:10 Room: M 23
  27. 27. Keynote Speech II The world is ready for red-industrialization. The strategy to compete on the basis of cost has lead to an economic model where the bad is cheap and junk dominates. This leads to material and energy inefficiency and a massive waste generation. The cases of the Blue Economy demonstrate that reindustrialization is viable. Blue Economies: Effects, Implications and Roadmap for Asia Pacific Cities Gunter Pauli (1956) obtained his masters in business administration from INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France. His entrepreneurial activities span business, culture, science, politics and the environment. Under his leadership, a small European company pioneered an ecological factory. He founded the "Zero Emissions Research and Initiatives" (ZERI) at the United Nations University in Tokyo, and subsequently established The Global ZERI Network, redesigning production and consumption into clusters of industries inspired by natural systems. He is dedicated to design and implement a society and industries, which respond to people’s needs using what is available from nature. Fluent in seven languages, and having lived on four continents, he is a world citizen. He has written sixteen books, which have been printed in 27 languages and 36 fables bringing science and emotions to children. Over 17 million copies have been distributed worldwide. A few of his fables are available in over 100 languages. PAULI, Gunter Founder-Director, Zero Emissions Research and Initiatives (ZERI) / Initiator and Author of "The Blue Economy" 9/1009:00-10:30 Room: M 24
  28. 28. Keynote Speech II Imagine a world in which industry, yes, every factory and every building is as wasteful and as useful as a cherry tree in full bloom. A world, in which buildings – just like trees – use the sun’s energy, produce nutrients and oxygen, provide living space for other creatures, cleanse water, purify the air and even change to adapt to the seasons. "Cradle to Cradle" offers a paradigm-shift to holistic quality and innovation. Green Economies: Effects, Implications and Roadmap for Asia Pacific Cities Michael Braungart is a chemist, author, and founder of EPEA (Environmental Protection Encouragement Agency) International in Hamburg, Germany, and cofounder of MBDC (McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry) in Charlottesville, Virginia. Both EPEA and MBDC share a common set of values that embraces intelligent, aesthetic, and eco-effective design. Through these activities, Braungart has developed tools to design eco-effective products and business systems and has worked with a number of organizations and companies in a range of industries. Since 1994, Professor Braungart has been teaching process engineering at the University of Lüneburg in Suderburg, Germany, also serving as director of an interdisciplinary materials-flow management masters program. After completing his studies in Process Engineering in Darmstadt, Germany, Dr. Braungart went on to explore the chemical processes of industrial production techniques with the Chemistry Department at Konstanz, Germany. He subsequently spearheaded the formation of the Chemistry Section of Greenpeace International. By the time he completed his PhD in Chemistry at the University of Hannover in 1985, he had assumed leadership of Greenpeace Chemistry. In 1987, Dr. Braungart founded the Environmental Protection Encouragement Agency (EPEA) in Hamburg. At the heart of EPEA is the "Intelligent Products System" (IPS), which creates products oriented toward a life-cycle economy and earned the Océ-van der Grinten Award in 1993. In addition to his achievements within the EPEA, Dr. Braungart also serves as Scientific Manager of the Hamburg Environmental Institute, the non-profit research center which produces the "Top 50 Study": an evaluation of the environmental performance of the world's largest chemical companies. He coauthored the book "Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things" with architect William McDonough in 2002. In 2003, he was awarded the Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award for his work with EcoWorx carpeting tile. He has also accepted a visiting professorship at the Darden School of Business, lecturing on such topics as eco-efficiency and eco-effectiveness, "Cradle to Cradle" design and Intelligent Materials Pooling, and he continues to teach at institutions of higher learning all over the world. BRAUNGART, Michael Founder, Environmental Protection Encouragement Agency (EPEA) / Co-Author of "Cradle to Cradle" 9/1009:00-10:30 Room: M 25
  29. 29. Dialog with Gunter Pauli and Michael Braungart LEE, Andy / CNN Freelance Reporter in Taiwan / CCTV Channel 9 Freelance Reporter in Taiwan / MediaCorp Taiwan Correspondent CHEN, Chu Mayor of Kaohsiung City Madam Chu Chen, Mayor of Kaohsiung City, is one of the main characters in the democratization of Taiwan. Before the Democratic Progressive Party is established, Madam Chen devoted herself to democratic movements in Taiwan as one of the very few female who took the risk to participate in politics. Since 1991 she has served several major positions within the government. Democracy and human rights have always been her core value, with emphasis on equality, dignity and rights of the people, such as social welfare and working rights. In 2006, Madam Chen was elected as the Mayor of Kaohsiung City. As the first female mayor of direct-controlled municipality in Taiwan, she marked an essential milestone in the history of female participation in politics. From the day Madam Chen assumed office, she has always been listening to the citizens’voice and emphasizing on human rights. Kaohsiung City earned the title of“human right city”by the People’s Movement for Human Rights Learning (PDHRE). Afterwards, Kaohsiung City Human Rights Commission was established on February 28th, 2009. In 2009, over 5,000 athletes and coaches from 103 countries participated in the 2009 World Games in Kaohsiung. The 8th World Games has won extremely high evaluation from the international community. In the same year, Kaohsiung City won the second place in the city competitiveness evaluation by the Commonwealth Magazine. Moderator Guests Envisioning the Future of Asia Pacific Cities under Green and Blue Economics QUIRK, Graham Lord Mayor of Brisbane Following his appointment as Lord Mayor of Brisbane in April 2011, Graham Quirk was elected as Lord Mayor in the 2012 Brisbane City Council election. Graham has a long record of service to Brisbane and the local community, being first elected to Council in 1985. As a member of Civic Cabinet for more than a decade, he has overseen key portfolios of infrastructure and finance, as well as serving as Deputy Mayor alongside Campbell Newman from 2008. Over the course of his career and as part of the Council Administration, Graham has been responsible for delivering many positive outcomes and ongoing projects for the city, including: • Easing traffic congestion with major infrastructure projects across the city – including the TransApex network of cross-city tunnels and bridges and the Road Action Program which has fast-tracked 15 years of urgent road works into just four years; • Improving public transport with 500 new buses, and 11 new CityCats and introducing the high frequency bus service, Maroon CityGlider bus service for sporting events and free CityHopper ferries. • Delivering a green city through planting of two million new trees, purchasing 500 hectares of bushland for preservation and using 100% renewable energy within Council; • Enhancing Brisbane’s capacity for long-term economic growth and supporting measures that will attract more events, visitors and investment to the city. As Lord Mayor of Brisbane, Graham Quirk is committed to delivering for the residents of Brisbane and making this city a better place to live, work, do business and invest. 26
  30. 30. PENALOSA, Gil Executive Director, 8 to 80 Cities XU, Qin Mayor of Shenzhen City Gil Penalosa is passionate about cities for all people, regardless of social, economic or ethnic background. Gil advises decision makers and communities on how to create vibrant and healthy cities for all. As former Commissioner for the City of Bogotá, Colombia, Gil successfully led the design and development of over 250 parks and initiated the“new Ciclovia”a program which sees over 1 million people walk, run, skate and bike along 121 kilometers of city roads every week. As Executive Director of the Canadian non-profit organization 8 - 80 Cities for the past six years, Gil has worked in over 130 different cities in all continents. Gil also serves on the Boards of the US based City Parks Alliance and serves as Urban Expert to the renowned Danish firm Gehl Architects. Gil holds an MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management, where he recently was selected as one of the“100 Most Inspirational Alumni”in the school’s history. In 2013 he received the Queen Elizabeth II - Diamond Jubilee Medal, given by the Governor General of Canada, and in 2012“Top 10 Most Influential Hispanic – Canadians”. Mr. XU is the Mayor of Shenzhen Municipal People’s Government of China. He is a Doctor of Business Administration and an engineer. From 1978 to 1982, Mr. XU studied at the School of Optoelectronics of Beijing Institute of Technology, then furthered his study there from 1984 to 1987 and earned a Master degree of Engineering in Optoelectronics. He studied the EMBA course at Guanghua School of Management of Peking University from 1999 to 2001. He then studied at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University from 2001 to 2004, and graduated with a Ph. D degree in Business Administration. In June 2010, Mr. XU assumed mayoralty of Shenzhen. Before that, he held positions of the Executive Vice Mayor of Shenzhen, Director-General and Deputy Director-General of the Department of Hi-tech Industry, National Development and Reform Commission of China. Guests Dialog with Gunter Pauli and Michael Brangart Envisioning the Future of Asia Pacific Cities under Green and Blue Economics 27
  31. 31. LIVINGSTONE, Ken Former Mayor of London (2000-2008) Ken was born in Lambeth, South London in 1945. He began his political career serving on Lambeth and Camden Councils before becoming leader of the GLC in 1981 until Margaret Thatcher abolished it in 1986. He then served as Labour MP for Brent East from 1987 to 2001. Ken was elected as the newly created Mayor of London in May 2000, and was re-elected for a second term in June 2004. He had the courage and vision to initiate the transformation of the city’s aging transport infrastructure. He championed and became the driving force behind the capital’s successful 2012 Olympic bid, leading to the regeneration of the entire east London area. Fundamental improvements in environmental management are also central to Ken’s vision, and in 2007 he produced a climate change action plan which showed how London could reduce its carbon emissions by 60% in 20 years and by 80 to 90% by 2050. Keynote Speech III Over the next 40 years cities will grow from the present situation where half the world's population are city dwellers to a point where at least three quarters of humanity live in cities. This will require successful strategies to tackle the provision of housing, transport and employment opportunities for the new inhabitants. Reposition Your City on the Global Map with Smart Governance 9/1109:00-10:30 Room: M 28
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  35. 35. Panel Discussion There are 15 panel discussions arranged over three interactive and challenging days which allow delegates to choose the preferable topic and encounter the attendees with common interest from different cities . All presentations will address up-to-the-minute issues and showcase best-practice projects in urban governance from cross-sectional perspectives. The panels from A - O will be illustrated below. 32
  36. 36. Panel Session A CommonWealth Economic Trends Dialog : Asia Rising - Economic Opportunities and Challenges for Cities The global economic downturn may linger but some urban economies are singularly buoyant in experiencing strong growth. At this phase of global market stabilization Asia has now become the new dynamic. What new challenges will such a radically different new era bring forth? What are the consequences of such economic growth and what kind of positive opportunities will be created for Asia Pacific cities seeking to reshape urbanomics? Tianjin Urban Development in Process of Asian Economic Integration YIN, Hai Lin Vice Mayor, Tianjin City Asia Rising - Economic Opportunities and Challenges for Cities TSENG, Vincent Director - General, Economic Development Bureau, Kaohsiung City Government WU, Yin Chuen / Managing Editor, CommonWealth Magazine Asia Rising - Economic Opportunities and Challenges for Cities CHOUDHARY, Sarita Mayor, South Delhi Municipal Corporation 9/911:00-12:10 Room: P3 Moderator Speakers WDC Taipei 2016: Creating a City with “Design Vision” LIOU, Wei Gong Commissioner, Department of Cultural Affairs, Taipei City Government Panel Session B City - Corporate Branding: Partnering with Your City in the Global Market Days formerly characterized by a focus on the export-oriented original equipment manufacturer (OEM) industry have now matured into an increased emphasis on the perception of the corporate brand. Local economic growth is unequivocally linked to corporate development, which leads to the essential question of how corporate and city branding can be combined to create greater added value. Partnering Your City on the Global Map - More than Mall TU, Yuan Kun Superintendent, E-DA Hospital / I-Shou University LEE, Liang Chien / CEO, College of Management EMBA/PMBA, I-Shou University City - Corporate Branding: Partnering with Your City in the Global Market CATANACH, Rachel Managing Director, FleishmanHillard Hong Kong 9/911:00-12:10 Room: P2 Moderator Speakers Partnering Your City on the Global Map - More than Mall PAI, Joseph Chairman, Ogilvy Public Relations 33
  37. 37. Panel Session C Urban Re-engineering with Human Capital Advancement Panel Session D Decoding New Models of the Urban Cluster Economy Labor-intensive systems are on the wane as the world transitions to a focus on a knowledge-based, value intensive economy, while the magnetism of cities continually exerts an irresistible pull on the largest and most prominent commercial enterprises. Undoubtedly, the key to success - for cities and companies alike - is in human capital, talented people. What system ensures the accumulation of human capital and added value by reshaping the spectrum of city competitiveness and transforming the urbanomics of cities? 9/911:00-12:10 Room: P1 9/913:40-14:50 Room: P1 Creating a Framework for Education in the Creative Industries HANSEN, Craig Director of Industry and Academic Projects, 3Di and CDC Trans-City Business Coalitions and Local Informal Economies- Perspective from Hyderabad City RUBINA, Ayesha Co-option Member, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation Brogent Development is Related to Urban Re- engineering with Human Capital Advancement HUANG, Johnny President, Brogent Technologies Inc. Career Training Transforms City YANG, Mike Manager, Rhythm and Hues Studio Metropolitan microeconomic clusters have led to regionally interconnected cooperation leading decision-makers to question what type of infrastructure fundamentals are essential? What influence will this new model of intercity competition have on urban development and what will be its actual effectiveness? Moderator Speakers Auckland - from Transition to Transformation PRADHAN, Tara Manager International Relations, Auckland Council Services for Sustainable Communities FUHRMANN, Thomas Director Industry Service, TÜV Rheinland Shanghai Taoyuan Aerotropolis Plan WU, Chih Yang County Mayor, Taoyuan County CHU, Yuan Hsiang / President, Shu-Te University WU, Jih Hwa / Vice President for Administrative Affairs, National Sun Yat-Sen University Moderator Speakers 34
  38. 38. Moderator Speakers HUANG, Leo / Dean, School of Tourism, National Kaohsiung University of Hospitality and TourismUniversity Panel Session E The Myth of International Exhibitions and Sports Events: Economic Blessing or Curse? 9/913:40-14:50 Room: P2 The world's craze about themed exhibitions and international sports events isn’t expected to fade in the short term as the exhibition/MICE industry exerts incredible amounts of effort to compete for hosting rights. Are there templates of cities and companies that have developed best practices? What are the traps and pitfalls? What are the best ways to successfully leverage the power of major events to bring prestige and economic benefits to the host city? The 2012 London Olympic Games - A Case Study WIGHTMAN, Brett Associate Principal, Populous Humanistic City . Band Capital FENG, Chien Ju Director of Cultural Affairs Bureau, Chiayi City Government Keep Your Options Open- Why a Mega Event May Not be the Right Choice for You MELIS, Koen Managing Director, NEC Group International 2013 Yunlin Agriculture Expo and Post-modern Agriculture SHIH, Keh Her Deputy County Magistrate, Yunlin County 9/913:40-14:50 Room: P3 Panel Session F Rethinking the Sustainable City: Environment Awareness and Common Responsibilities Climate change and an increased frequency of natural disasters are becoming a major threat to urban population and resources. How do development processes take into account environmental sustainability thinking, as protecting the safety of residents and property ensures the potential for sustained growth? Cities as Drivers for Sustainability VAN BEGIN, Gino Secretary General, International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) Rethinking the Sustainable City: Environment Awareness and Common Responsibilities LIN, Tze Luen Professor, Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University Moderator Speaker LIU, Shyh Fang / Deputy Mayor, Kaohsiung City 35
  39. 39. Panel Session G Discovering Untapped City Competitiveness in the Social Economy 9/915:20-16:30 Room: P1 Western capitalism has led to a series of global financial crises. Will social enterprise – encompassing the wisdom of the East – be the source of the next urban growth wave? In a deft combination of multi-cultural, natural, environmental resources and community citizenship, social enterprise is creating a radically new economic system. Providing a supportive environment for social entrepreneurs in ways that highlights the advantage of this untapped competitive force, will be a decisive question to resolve. Corporate / NGO Collaboration in Social Economy CHUA, Hoi Wai Business Director, The Hong Kong Council of Social Service Innovation and Incubation of Social Enterprises in East & Southeast Asia SHRESTHA, Sunit Managing Director, Change Fusion The Role of Women and Youth in Social Innovation Ecosystems SAI, Grace Co-Founder and CEO, HUB Singapore Moderator Speakers LIN, San Quei / Director General, Bureau of Employment and Vocational Training Council of Labor Affairs Panel Session H Changing City Lifestyles and the Public Driven Economy 9/915:20-16:30 Room: P2 The city’s economy is strongly intertwined with the urban lifestyle. A city’s culture and history, the resourceful use of its heritage and creativity combine to enhance the quality of life for its residents. On the other hand, public acceptance of new technologies may stimulate supply and demand. How will the interplay of commercial enterprise, cities and denizens shape new urban economics? Changing City Lifestyles and the Public Driven Economy CHEN, Ason CEO, B'in Music International Limited Using the Popularity of Kumamoto’s Prefectural Mascot Kumamon to Maximize the“Gross Prefectural Happiness”of Kumamoto’s Citizens KABASHIMA, Ikuo Governor, Kumamoto Prefecture Changing City Lifestyles and the Public Driven Economy SAINES CNZM, Chris Director, Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art Becoming“Classics of the Future”with Traditions SHEN, Henry Art Director, 1300 Moderator Speakers SMITH, Darryl / Deputy Mayor, City of Seattle 36
  40. 40. Panel Session I Building Livable Cities with Smart and Green Technologies 9/915:20-16:30 Room: P3 Ours is an age of high technology where information and sustainability are ubiquitous even to the point of transforming the livelihood of community residents, predetermining a city's place in the global market and determining the city's economic future. Observed global cities going“smart” and“green”, and will share key strategies and lessons we can all learn from. The Introduction of Taichung Gateway and Taiwan Tower & Museum MU, Kuei Hsin Director-General, Urban Development Bureau of Taichung City Government The Digital Imperative for Cities O'HEA, Kieran Chief Digital Officer of Brisbane Transforming Cities for the Better through Sustainable Technology ELVER, Erdal President and CEO, Siemens Ltd. Taiwan Moderator Speakers STODOLA, Mark / Mayor, City of Little Rock Panel Session J “Green and Seen”: Best Asia Pacific Cities Initiatives 9/1013:40-14:50 Room: P3 The world is surging ahead with the development of green economies and low carbon societies, making cities which have developed best practices and solutions in great demand. How did they manage the interplay of science and technology, energy, commercial enterprise and local contextualizing on the way to becoming a green city? What are the mitigating factors for continued success? Build Livable Eco - City with Nature Enviroment by Implementing Green Development Concept XU, Chuan Dong Director, Rizhao Municipal Commission of Housing and Urban-Rural Planning and Construction Strategic Transformation of the City ARESO, Ibon First Deputy Mayor of Bilbao Green and Seen: Best Asia Pacific Cities Initiatives JANG, Kerry Deputy Mayor & Councilor, City of Vancouver "Raise Water, Grow Electricity" Plan TSAO, Chi Hung Magistrate, Pingtung County Moderator Speakers LIU, Ching Kuan / President, Kaohsiung Medical University 37
  41. 41. Panel Session K Green Industry and Enterprise: Future Prospects and Possibilities 9/1013:40-14:50 Room: P1 Seen as a response to global energy crisis, new business opportunities arising in the alternative energy sector are now entering the stage of intensified cooperation with urban construction and getting a strong foothold in the city’s“life”. Being somewhat distant from creating economies of scale, the market is not yet creating considerable economic benefits. Would the optimum timing be now? What are the possible options for integrating urban economy, cradle-to-cradle solutions and green alternatives? Green Solutions for Megacities in Asia in the Waste Management Industry JENNY, Francois Business Line Director, SITA Waste Services Ltd. How Citizens Reap Benefits from Catenary Less Trams in Sustainable Cities GARCIA GABIAN, Juan Jose Asia Director, Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles (CAF) Green Industry and Enterprise: Future Prospects and Possibilities ELIAS, Pierre Asia Pacific Business Development Manager, Boréalis Australia A Successful Case in Green Energy Industry WANG, Chia Nan CEO, EPOCH Energy Technology Corp. Moderator Speakers AIELLO, Brian / President, AmCham Kaohsiung & Vice President, Epoch Energy TC Panel Session L Low-Carbon City Initiatives: Case studies 9/1013:40-14:50 Room: P2 A high degree of industrialization and increased urbanization intensified a wide range of environmental issues. Water recycling, waste management, air pollution and noise control are among the most common problems that global cities face. What are the conclusive key performance indicators and critical changes needed considering the diversity of city dimensions and organization? Urban Electromobility BARKEY, Bernd Managing Director, Robert Bosch Taiwan Co. Ltd Sustainable Mobility - Drive Green FANN, Thomas President, FORD Lio Ho Motor Company Sustainable Development with Local Community and City CHANG, Shi Long Assistant Vice President, China Steel Corporation Smart Home for Life.augmented KUO, Brady Director, Taiwan Strategic Planning and Business Development, STMicroelectronics Moderator Speakers ELVER, Erdal / President and CEO, Siemens Ltd. Taiwan 38
  42. 42. Panel Session N Smart Leadership Dialog: Innovative Socio-economics in the Time of Crisis 9/1111:00-12:10 Room: P2 City economic growth is directly related to the purchasing power of its residents. Despite experiencing global economic stagnation, the GDP of emerging Asia Pacific economies last year saw an increase of 5%. Due to its young demographics, this region is primed to become the market of the future. The question is which growth model will they follow? City CEO’s currently encounter stiff challenges from international competition and stagnating growth. Leaders are expected to ingeniously devise actionable short and long-term strategic plans and direct their implementation. What kind of management strategy does today’s urban governance need and how does one prioritize the tackling of core issues? Moderator Moderator ABALOS, Benjamin Mayor, Mandaluyong City Innovative Socio-economics in the Time of Crisis LAI, William Mayor, Tainan City Bordeaux : From Inherent Assets to Urban Dynamics CAZES, Sylvie Advisor, City of Bordeaux RAMA, Michael Mayor, Cebu City YANG, Yi Min Mayor, Fuzhou City Innovative Socio-economics in the Time of Crisis CHAN, Heng Chee Chairman, Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities, Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) Speakers Speakers Panel Session M Emerging Asia Pacific Cities Dialog: the Newest Markets and Economics 9/1111:00-12:10 Room: P3 SHIH, Chih Lung / Chairman, Asia Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce LIVINGSTONE, Ken / Former Mayor of London (2000-2008) 39
  43. 43. Panel Session O Harbor City Dialog : Critical Path for Asia's Marine Cities 9/1111:00-12:10 Room: P1 Possessing the competitive advantage of a natural harbor, they’re still considered second-tier cities. How can they develop in contradistinction to the capital city? Is it possible to resourcefully allocate resources and maximize limited assets to achieve positive growth, create job opportunities and develop distinctive industries? Critical Path for Asia's Marine Cities WANG, Yao Hui Secretary, Xiamen Municipal Urban Planning Bureau Developing Common Prosperity for Kaohsiung City and Port HSIAO, Ding Hsun Chairman, Taiwan International Ports Corporation, Ltd. Gateway City Kobe HANAKI, Akira Director General of Port Promotions, Port and Urban Projects Bureau, Kobe City Moderator Speakers BUXBAUM, Stephen / Mayor, City of Olympia 40
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  45. 45. Young Professionals' (YP) Forum The Young Professionals’ (YP) Forum is the pre-meeting of the 2013 APCS with the purpose of guiding youth participants to create deeper understanding of the issues of “Reshaping the Urbanomics of Cities”, assisting to be well-prepared to participate in the 2013 APCS. The YP Forum will feature presentations from leading governmental and business experts, as well as former YP participants, sharing their expertise and vision of a new future. Sub-group workshops will get young leaders together, bringing enlightening insights about the urbanomics of cities. Selected facilitators will guide the discussion and support in gathering the great wisdom to be summarized in the Young Professionals’ Accord, which will be announced to all delegates of the 2013 APCS on September 11th. * For the youth participants only 42
  46. 46. Young Professionals' Forum Time Agenda Location 11:00-12:30 Networking and Registration Kaohsiung-ARENA 12:00-12:50 Shuttle Bus to Venue Mendel Conference Hall (B2F) Kaohsiung Medical University (KMU) 13:00-13:15 Opening Ceremony - TSAI, Chin Yen / Councillor of Kaohsiung City Government - SIMMONDS, Cr Julian / Chairman of the Finance, Economic Development and Administration Committee, Brisbane - LIU, Ching Kuan / the President of Kaohsiung Medical University 13:15-13:45 Session 1: What’sAPCS? PENBERTHY, Adam / Managing Director, The APP Network and Fresh Advertising LocalEconomyinKaohsiungBriefing LEE, Yi Der / Chief Secretary, Urban Development Bureau, Kaohsiung City Government 13:45-14:45 Session 2: Master Class Dialog MOHD SHARIF, Maimunah / Municipal President, Municipal Council of Seberang Perai WIGHTMAN, Brett / Associate Principal, Populous PENALOSA, Gil / Executive Director, 8 to 80 Cities HWANG, Shang Jyh / Director, Faculty of Renal Care, Kaohsiung Medical University 14:45-15:15 Coffee Break 15:15-16:45 Session 3: YP Accord Workshop Sub-Group discussions of “Young Professionals’Accord” Room A/B/C/D Kaohsiung Medical University (KMU) 16:45-17:10 Session 4: Address of Host City’s Mayor / Initiating City’s Mayor CHEN, Chu / Mayor of Kaohsiung QUIRK, Graham / Lord Mayor of Brisbane Mendel Conference Hall (B2F) 17:10-18:00 Session 5: YP Accord Drafting Elected Representatives Present Their Groups Topics 18:00-18:10 Session 6: Feedback Final Comments by Adam Penberthy Time for Q&A 18:10-18:30 Session 7: YP Accord Summary 18:30-21:00 YP Night Sports Venue & Stadium Closing Remarks: Feedback to be delivered by Host City, Initiating City and the Organizer 9/812:30-21:00 Venue: Kaohsiung Medical University Room: Mendel Conference Hall (B2F) 43
  47. 47. Young Professionals' Forum9/812:30-21:00 Venue: Moderator PENBERTHY, Adam Managing Director, The App Network and Fresh Advertising MOHD SHARIF, Maimunah Municipal President, Municipal Council of Seberang Perai PENALOSA, Gil Executive Director, 8 to 80 Cities HWANG, Shang Jyh Director of Department of Internal Medicine, Department of Clinical Education and Training, KMUH Director of Faculty of Renal Care, KMU WIGHTMAN, Brett Associate Principal, Populous Speakers Partner Organizer Kaohsiung Medical University Room: Mendel Conference Hall (B2F) Kaohsiung Medical University 44
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  51. 51. Mayors' Forum The Mayors’ Forum is not only an essential tradition of APCS but also the event to gather urban governance experience of cities and envision a ground-breaking future for our region. The Mayors’ Accord is the concrete achievement of Mayors’ Forum, which is considered as the important record of every APCS. The accord integrates innovative ideas of Mayors’ Forum attendees regarding the theme of the Summit. This exchange will lead to the development of a version of the Mayors’ Accord, which will become the reference for future urban governance and represent the great achievement of the 2013 APCS. The Mayors’ Accord will be officially announced and signed by all participating mayors during the official ceremony on September 11th . 48
  52. 52. Mayors' Forum9/1015:20-17:30 Venue: 9F, Grand Hilai Arena Room: Golden Crown Room HSIAO, Bi Khim Legislator, Legislative Yuan of Taiwan Bi-khim Hsiao is a Member of the Legislative Yuan of Taiwan, representing the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and serving as a legislator at-large. Currently, Bi-khim is a member of the Legislative Yuan Foreign and National Defense Committee and the Secretary General of the Parliamentary Cross-Party Group on International Human Rights. She is also the Vice President of the DPP Think Tank - New Frontier Foundation, a Board Member of the Taiwan Foundation for Democracy and a Board Member of the Strait Exchange Foundation on DPP’s behalf. Bi-khim has been an effective spokesperson on Taiwan issues for international media, think tanks and foreign government visitors to Taiwan. She has also been active in various inter-parliamentary networks and international political party organizations. Bi-khim Hsiao served as Director of DPP’s International Affairs Department under six different DPP Chairpersons. After Taiwan’s first democratic change of government in 2000, she became Advisor in the Office of the President. She has also served as Campaign Director and Spokesperson for DPP International Affairs in all of the presidential elections since 2000. In addition to representing Taiwan, Bi-khim has also taken numerous leadership roles in international organizations. She served as Secretary General of the Council of Asian Liberals and Democrats (CALD) from 2004 to 2005. She was the Vice President of the Liberal International (LI) Bureau from 2005 to 2012. In 2008, she served as Vice Chairperson of the Taiwan Tibet Exchange Foundation and later founded Friends of Tibet in the Legislative Yuan in 2012, advocating for rights of Tibetans. Understanding the need for a holistic approach to a nation’s development, Bi-khim is committed to providing service to the rural areas of Taiwan where she has long been an advocate for poverty reduction, access to education, sustainable governance and other measures to enable the pursuit of a fair and just society. Bi-khim has dedicated herself to improving the well-being of Taiwan’s eastern coast. She has been outspoken on issues related to local agriculture, transportation, youth employment, education, indigenous rights, gender equality, immigrant rights, and animal welfare. Born in Kobe, Japan, in 1971, Bi-khim Hsiao grew up in Tainan, a city in southern Taiwan. She received her MA in Political Science from Columbia University and her BA in East Asian Studies from Oberlin College. Moderator 49
  53. 53. Mayors' Forum9/1015:20-17:30 Venue: 9F, Grand Hilai Arena Room: Golden Crown Room CLARK, Greg Global Advisor on City Leadership Professor Greg Clark is an international mentor and advocate for cities. His professional practice works with public and private leadership in global cities, global firms, global organisations, and at global events. He is an expert reviewer on cities for inter-governmental organisations and has led reviews in 100 cities. He is a regular advisor to world cities and regions including Hong Kong, Singapore, London, New York, Toronto, Cape Town, Barcelona, Sao Paulo, Rio da Janeiro, Auckland, Johannesburg, Vienna, Glasgow, and Moscow. He maintains a portfolio of key roles that currently includes: ■ Chairman, OECD Forum on Local Development Agencies and Investment Strategies, Paris ■ Senior Fellow, Urban Land Institute (ULI), Europe, London ■ Global Fellow, Metropolitan Programme, The Brookings Institution, Washington DC. ■ Co-chairman, New York Regional Plan Global Advisory Board ■ World Bank Advisor on Metropolitan Strategy Trained as an Economist, Social and Political Scientist, City & Regional Planner, Cambridge University, UK, Columbia University, NYC, and London School of Economics. Harkness Fellow and author of six books and numerous reports and papers on cities and business development issues. Moderator 50
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  55. 55. Young Social Entrepreneur (YSE) Forum & Campaign An exciting new addition to the 2013 APCS is the Young Social Entrepreneur (YSE) Forum & Campaign. Creative young delegates will have the opportunity to express their entrepreneurial spirit by releasing highly innovative ideas to create new sustainable solutions to problems in their communities. Aimed at a complete rethink of the crises facing their urban setting, young leaders will be on a mission to develop a business model that results in a win-win situation locally and creating new city - entrepreneur alliances. 52
  56. 56. Young Social Entrepreneur (YSE) Forum & Campaign The 2013 Asia Pacific Cities Summit – Young Social Entrepreneur Forum and Campaign is a program which discovers and generates new and innovative solutions from the young social entrepreneurs in the Asia Pacific region to improve not only the economic but also social welfare. The Young Social Entrepreneur Campaign has received numerous entries from countries in the Asia Pacific region and beyond. After a rigorous and intensive selection process from a panel of distinct judges, 12 entries have reached the final round. We hope the 12 brilliant proposals will be the driving force to surpass the current socio-economic standard and encourage young people to start their own business and learn from their peers. Mr. Stan Shih, a well-known business tycoon and the founder of Acer Group, and the honorary consultant for the 2013 APCS Young Social Entrepreneur Forum and Campaign will be sharing with the young entrepreneurs his valuable experience in building his business empire. Our special guests, Gunter Pauli, the author of“Blue Economy”, Jason Hsu, TEDxTaipei Curator and Chung-Han Lee, Yooja Salon Representative will specially address the concept of how to stimulate entrepreneurship to create jobs while maintaining sustainability. Chairperson CHEN, Chu Mayor, Kaohsiung City Co-chairperson HSU, Huei Mei President, International Association for Volunteer Effort - Taiwan (IAVE Taiwan) Honorary Consultant SHIH, Stan President, National Culture and Art Foundation Founder and Former Chairman, Acer Group 53
  57. 57. 9/1013:30-17:30 Room: M YSE Agenda Time Content 12:00-13:30 Networking and Registration 13:30-13:35 2013 APCS Young Social Entrepreneur Forum Opening Ceremony 13:35-13:40 Opening Remarks HSU, Huei Mei Co-chairperson of 2013 APCS YSE / President of IAVE Taiwan 13:40-14:00 Opening Speech SHIH, Stan 2013 APCS YSE Honorary Consultant President of National Culture and Art Foundation 14:00-14:30 Social Entrepreneurship Speakers: HSU, Jason Curator of TEDxTaipei LEE, Chung Han Representative of Yooja Salon 14:30-14:50 Closing Speech PAULI, Gunter Founder & Director of ZERI Foundation 14:50-15:00 Welcome Remarks CHEN, Chu Mayor of Kaohsiung QUIRK, Graham Lord Mayor of Brisbane 15:00-15:05 Introducing 2013 APCS YSE Panel of Judges and Finalists 15:05-16:05 INT61002 /Brisbane Bonding Group INT61011 /Singapore Nusantara Development Initiatives INT61015 /Las Piñas City Bote Central – Kape’t Buhay Team INT61018 /Bago City BagoSphere INT61023 /Hyderabad Social Cops INT61025 /New York Jibon Health 16:05-16:30 Voting Instructions / Coffee Break / On-Site Voting 16:30-16:50 Domestic Finalist Presentation TN 61005 /Pingtung Pingtung County Timur Cultural Industry Art Association TN 61017 / Taipei ILOHAS Taiwan 16:50-17:00 2013 APCS YSE Judging Panel Comments 17:00-17:10 Introduction of YuanYi SE Award by Dr. LEE, Tsu Chang, Founder of YuanYi Network 2013 APCS YSE Award Winners Announcement 17:10-17:20 Closing Remarks SHIH, Stan 2013 APCS YSE Campaign Honorary Consultant 17:20-17:30 Group Photo 17:30- Closing 54
  58. 58. YSE Speakers YuanYi Social Entrepreneur Award SHIH, Stan 2013 APCS YSE Campaign Honorary Consultant HSU, Jason Curator of TEDxTaipei LEE, Chung Han Representative of Yooja Salon PAULI, Gunter Founder & Director of ZERI Foundation YuanYi Network (www.yuanyinet.org), since the inception in 2011 in California USA, has been growing with the vision of building a human centered charity network to help promoting, organizing, and amplifying charity acts to deliver positive influences to enable the communities to thrive. Love is the core value of YuanYi Network. Driven by selfless and sacrificial love, Yuan Yi Network is leveraging Cloud Technology, to build a world connecting charity network, where love is continuously simulated, aggregated, and transmitted from/onto people in the world. In response to the emerging trend of youth’s participation in social issues in the world, 2013 Asia Pacific Cities Summit (APCS) initiated the first ever‘Youth Social Entrepreneur Forum’ (YSEF) providing an environment for young professionals and entrepreneurs who are taking the initiatives of starting out social enterprises to change their cities on significant humanity, social, economic and environmental issues. As YuanYi Network is aiming at aggregating people power to promote love driven synergetic social integration actions to transform communities, which resonates positively with the objective of the Youth Social Entrepreneur (YSE) competition. Thus born the“Yaunyi Social Entrepreneur Award”– to empower and bless the passionate youth with loving hearts to jump into social charitable actions, to change our cities in love! 55
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  61. 61. City Partners Exhibition 2013 APCS, a premier regional event is one that cannot be missed. Using the platform of the 2013 APCS, we can connect with the many elites from the Pacific Rim - the perfect medium for expanding trade and business. The Summit will invite the cream of the crop from around the world with all eyes focused on Asia Pacific Cities. What’s more, participants can even seek out strategic partnerships and joint venture solutions by attending the City Partners Exhibition and Business Matching program. This is truly a rare and unique opportunity to take the advantage of connecting with the world’s fastest growing market! The theme of City Partners Exhibition is "Reshaping the Urbanomics of Cities" which includes a variety of new technologies and solutions. Along with one-of-a-kind Business Matching program, which aims at strengthening the connection between enterprises and cities, we anticipate the B to G (Business to Government) and B to B (Business to Business) platform will create more opportunities than have been seen at recent Summits. This is definitely the place where we can spot the right contacts and expand our business effectively. 58
  62. 62. City Partners Exhibition Information Exhibition Floor Plan Venue: Kaohsiung-ARENA Time / Date: 08:30~17:30, September 9th to 10th 08:30~12:00, September 11th 59
  63. 63. Exhibitors Information Ever since our founding in 1934, I-MEI has insisted in being a food business with honesty and integrity, with nearly 80 years’experience to serve customers the most delicious and safe food. I-MEI constantly innovates through tradition and integrates local culture and historical relic to create all kinds of souvenir, festival gift packs to present to friends around the world. Dana Hsiang / Account Manager T: (+886) 2-2351-9211 #352 E: ims@imeifoods.com.tw E02 Shu-Te University www.stu.edu.tw Shu-Te University has 5 colleges in“Management,”“Informatics,” “Design,”“Social Science”and“Liberal Education,”we cultivate professional talents with capabilities of humanity, technology, organization, leadership and problem solving. The College of Design established 7 departments and 4 graduate schools to correspond to the market of cultural innovation and digital content, it is the most integrated design college among academic field of design in the nation, and rated first-grade in the evaluation by Ministry of Education; its achievement in creative design ranked 10th in the world by the IF design award, and 1st among all private colleges in the nation. Chen Ming-De, Chou Chi-Chien / Admission Division Chief T: (+886)7-615-8000 #1904, 1905 E: cmd@stu.edu.tw ■ Kaohsiung Medical University (KMU) KMU was founded as 'Kaohsiung Medical College' in 1954 by former Kaohsiung Mayor Frank C. Chuan, who donated land for the college site, and the first Doctor of Medical Science, Dr. Tu, Tsung-Ming. It was the first private institution of its kind in Taiwan. Dr. Fang-Rong Chang / Director, Division of Academic Collaboration T:+886-7-312-1101 #2383 E: ciae@kmu.edu.tw ■ Kaohsiung Medical University Chung-Ho Memorial Hospital (KMUH) With the mission to contribute excellent teaching, pioneering research and high quality of service, KMUH was established in 1957, serving as the first private medical school and voluntary hospital. Prof. Jay C. J. JENG / Director of International Medical Service, KMUH T: +886-7-3121101 # 5536 E: imsc@ms.kmuh.org.tw ■ Kaohsiung Municipal Siaogang Hospital In 1998, KMU in order to provide a medical center with standard medical service for Kaohsiung citizen, also to expand the serve area. By sets up as a subsidiary hospital and organize outstanding medical team from KMUH to inherit Kaohsiung Municipal Siaogang Hospital, becomes the first privatization hospital and administration by the medical center of Taiwan. Wei-Chou Chang / Superintendent Office Senior Executive Officer T: +886-7-8036783 # 3423 E: 0870500@gmail.com ■ Kaohsiung Municipal Ta-Tung Hospital On January 1, 2010, Kaohsiung Municipal Ta-Tung Hospital was outsourced to Kaohsiung Medical University Healthcare System via ROT. The KMTTH had been undergoing an extensive reconstruction and remodeling project. Based on the principle of service, teaching and research and being supported by experienced medical teams from KMU healthcare system, the KMTTH takes the responsibility of social services and public health. LEI LEI / Public Relation Leader T: +886-7-2911101 E: 998202@ms.kmuh.org.tw Exhibitors InformationExhibitors Information E01 I-MEI Foods Co., Ltd. www.imeifoods.com E03 Kaohsiung Medical University and Affiliated Healthcare System www.kmu.edu.tw www.kmuh.org.tw www.kmhk.org.tw www.kmtth.org.tw E04 MAYUSHAN FOODS CO., LTD. www.greenmax.com.tw GREENMAX was established in 1961. From the first day the company started, all the staff shares a common view that a food industry is a good-will industry. We are engaged in product quality. We set up an experiment department to examine the details in production procedures. Quality control is the critical part of our production and we never disregard any possible ways to make the products better. Sinya Wang / Executive Secretary T: (+886) 7-382-7879 #119 E: sinya@greenmax.com.tw 60
  64. 64. Kaohsiung Judicious Creative Architecture Association has been established for 24 years since 1989. The operation of the association expresses its aspiration for innovation and youthful vigor under the united, harmonious, and well-planned promotion of all our members. We not only elevate the business of our members’but also increase the relationships between their families. Gradually, the association gains earned recognition from our peers and are confirmed by many circles of society. Annie Yang / Executive Secretary T: (+886) 7-3329819 E: jca.yy456@msa.hinet.net Natural resources are not infinite. Each day, SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT (Paris: SEV, Brussels: SEVB) and its subsidiaries deal with the challenge of protecting resources by providing innovative solutions to industry and to millions of people. SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT supplies drinking water to 97 million people, provides wastewater treatment services for 66 million people and collects the waste produced by close to 50 million people. SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT is a world leader exclusively dedicated to water and waste management services. Rebecca Zhang / Communications Manager T: +86 21 63596790 E: rebeccazhang@suez-env.com.cn Exhibitors Information Urbanet Consulting Group utilizes our intellectual capital of electronic databases, professional knowledge, customer network, and strategies of“knowledge management”and“Think Globally, Act Locally”to provide the best professional services, assisting our clients to achieve success. Ying Chi Kuo / Assistant Manager T: (+886) 7-2696068 E: hy@urbanet.com.tw E06 SITA Waste Services Limited www.suez-environnement.com E05 Kaohsiung Judicious Creative Architecture Association www.jca.org.tw E07 URBANET CONSULTING GROUP www.urbanetgroup.com Founded in 1917, Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles, S.A. ( CAF ) with a current workforce over 7000 employees , five factories in Spain and four abroad i.e. Elmyra (USA) , Bagneres ( France ), Sao Paulo ( Brazil ) and Mexico maintains a stable, steady Turnover in excess of 1,7 Billion € (Euro) for FY 2012 with presence in more than 40 countries covering the design and manufacture of whole range of railway vehicles and global railway solutions through our specialized subsidiaries ; CAF Transport & Engineering/ Turn Key and Systems Integration Solutions , CAF Signaling / Signaling and Power Control Systems; NEM / Intelligent Maintenance Management , CAF Power / Traction Solutions , LANDER ( Simulation Systems) , etc. Juan Jose Garcia / Area Director T: +34 914366016 E: jjgarcia@caf.net E08 CAF S.A. ( Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles, S.A. ) www.caf.net As a professional screw manufacturer, High-quality products, best services, and worldwide recognition are always the goals which Jinn Her Enterprise has continued to pursue since the company was funded. Owing to the continuous learning pioneer’s experiences and facing the challenges of rapid market changes, the company’s brand has been recognized internationally after several years of hard work. Sam Tsai T: (+886)-7-6229801 #310 E: Sam@jinnher.com.tw E09 Jinn Her Enterprise Co., LTD. www.jinnher.com.tw ICLEI Kaohsiung Capacity Center is established in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Being the first Taiwan city to join ICLEI, Kaohsiung has been actively involved in many ICLEI activities, such as Resilient Cities, COP, LAB… etc. Formally a heavy industrial city, Kaohsiung is now turning into a new city with‘sustainable, resilient and low carbon urban environment’. Our hard work has earned as recognition from ICLEI, and both parties decided to establish ICLEI Kaohsiung Capacity Center, which opened in September 2012. Ms. Hsio Ting Wu / Planning Division, Technician T: (+886)7-7351500 #2119 E: htwu0806@kcg.gov.tw Mr. Tsan Ming Lin / Planning Division, Chief T: (+886)7-7351500 #2100 E: stinglin@kcg.gov.tw E10 ICLEI Kaohsiung Capacity Center http://iclei.ksepb.gov.tw/en/ The path of business development is a journey of the continuous pursuit of excellence. Since the establishment of Yieh Hsing Enterprise in 1978, E United Group has expanded from its core business, the steel manufacturing, to the education sector, as well as the medical care service and real estate & leisure business sector. This demonstrates the Group’s main goal of contributing to society. Tsai-Yen Kuo / General Manager T: (+886)7-6568888 # 6302 E: g0220@edaworld.com.tw E11 E United Group www.e-united.com.tw 61
  65. 65. Exhibitors Information Brisbane Pavilion is the largest footprint in the 2013 APCS City Partners’ Exhibition. Reflecting Brisbane as a city, it provides an inviting, warm and friendly space to get to know key business and government leaders and explore the many business opportunities on offer in Brisbane and Queensland. Key features of this innovative space include comfortable business hubs for networking and discussion; incorporating hubs specifically dedicated to the South East Queensland region and the State of Queensland, a theatrette where multi-media presentations will be offered; including the ‘Brisbane Backstage Pass’ Series where all Summit delegates will have the unique opportunity to get ‘up close and personal’ with some of the Summit’s key speakers, a large plasma wall featuring engaging information and ever changing images of Brisbane and Queensland. And if all this is not enough, when you are feeling the need for a boost or simply a friendly chat, head to Café Brisbane, where freshly brewed coffee will be prepared and served by skilled baristas throughout the Summit. World renowned Brisbane and Queensland hospitality awaits you at the Brisbane Pavilion. Acuity Property Solutions is an integrated Property Solutions company offering a full range of project advisory, management and marketing services to property developers, builders and land holders. With experience on projects ranging from townhouses and highrises through to housing estates, land subdivisions and shopping centre leasing, the Acuity Project Sales and Marketing team develop and deliver expert marketing strategies perfected over 30 years in the property industry. Acuity are proud to be currently working with group Kildey to deliver Belise, St Pauls Terrace, 228 resort styled apartment residences located in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley. MR MICHAEL WILKINS / Managing Director T: + 61 7 3341 2299 E: mw@acuity.com.au Australia United Energy Pty Ltd (AUE) is an Australian based company that specialises in the facilitation and introduction of renewable energy technologies and products between the Asia and Oceania regions. Current projects include off grid wind and solar street lighting, power generation and unmanned aerial vehicles. AUE is currently seeking strategic partners to expand into small scale off grid power generation sites in the Oceania region. MR CHIEN-HSING (JOHNSON) CHEN / Managing Director T: +61 (0) 433 318 955 E: chchen@australia-united-energy.com.au BDO is the fifth largest full-service audit, tax and advisory firm in the world. BDO has more than 54,933 people across 1,204 offices in over 138 countries contributing to a combined worldwide revenue of $6.015 billion. All firms in the BDO network offer comprehensive local knowledge and experience within an international context. MR DENNIS LIN / Partner T: +61 7 3237 5839 E: Dennis.Lin@bdo.com.au Borealis provides specialised services and enterprise application solutions in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and environmental performance management, allowing mining and oil and gas companies to achieve their business objectives while meeting their sustainability commitments. MR PIERRE ELIAS / Asia Pacific Business Development Manager T: + 61 7 3121 3178 E: pierre.elias@boreal-is.com Business Accountancy was established as a Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA) practice in 1985 by Neville Halloran and Bruce Wilson. The firm specializes in taxation and business structures to protect assets and maximize wealth for clients.Business Accountancy boasts business connections and a vast knowledge of the Australian taxation law along with its continuing research in the area. Establishing and conducting services for international and domestic clients in Australia and overseas is Business Accountancy’s primary focus. The firm’s major clients are from the construction, education and meat industries. MR JOHNNY (DOO-SHIK) SHIN/Management&SeniorAccountant T: +61 7 3249 8000 E: johnny@businessaccountancy.com.au E12 Brisbane Pavilion Acuity Property Solutions www.acuity.com.au Business Accountancy www.businessaccountancy. com.au Australia United Energy www.australia-united-energy. com.au BDO www.bdo.com.au Borealis Australia www.boreal-is.com 62
  66. 66. Capital Investments (Australia) Pty Ltd www.capitalau.com.au Charlton Brown www.charltonbrown.com.au Comfort Inn & Suites Robertson Gardens www.robertsongardens.com.au CommsPlus Distribution Di Bella Coffee China Pty Ltd www.dibellacoffee.com.au Capital Investments (Australia) (CIA) specialises in cross border mergers and acquisitions in agriculture, mining and property projects. CIA provides corporate services for Initial Public Offering (IPO) in the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) and Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX). CIA works to attract quality investors within Australia and internationally to help the clients to finance their operations. CIA provides professional property advisory services helping clients to establish more effective strategies investing into Australia. MS LISA LIANG / Executive Director T: +61 7 3849 8879 E: lisa@capitalau.com.au With the head office in Brisbane, Charlton Brown is ideally located to deliver a footprint of services across the Asian-Oceania region. Through study tours, international student engagement and licencing agreements, Charlton Brown ensures that it provides specialised Community Services training and employment outcomes in Early Childhood Education, Aged Care, Disability, Youth and Justice Studies and Welfare. Charlton Brown has proudly launched a Foundation which provides practicum scholarships, Global Linkages, to its students allowing them to participate in off shore programs. MS KAY GANELY / Chief Executive Officer T: +61 7 3216 0288 E: kay@charltonbrown.com.au Built in 1988, Comfort Inn & Suites Robertson Gardens was developed by the Duncombe family. It boasts 74 Deluxe Motel Rooms, 61 Fully Self-Contained Apartments and 4 Conference Rooms, supported by 24 hour Reception and an a-la-carte Restaurant. The Inn was recently awarded the International Comfort Hotel of 2013 and has been consistently awarded by Choice Hotels Australasia for over the past 12 years. MS MICHELLE J ALLSOP / Director of Business Relationships T: +61 7 3875 1999 E: sales@robertsongardens.com.au CommsPlus Distribution is the distribution partner of choice for leading vendor brands like Panasonic Phone Systems, Siemens Enterprise Communications, Gigaset Cordless Phones, Vidyo Video Conferencing, Yealink VoIP phones, Plantronics Headsets and other unified communications solutions and peripheral products. With extensive experience in the Telecommunications Industry, CommsPlus Distribution can assist with product and market planning, training support, marketing, warehousing and logistics. MR STEPHEN PLANT / President / Managing Director Mobile: +61 (0) 411 111 800 E: steve.plant88@gmail.com Di Bella China is a progressive organisation exploring new and exciting opportunities with the distribution of Di Bella Coffee, as a quality coffee offering in the Asian markets. Established in Shanghai/ Jing‘an district in 2011, Di Bella China is currently supplying roasted beans to coffee shops and restaurants in Shanghai, with an objective to establish coffee roasting capabilities to support Asian distributors. MR CHRIS ZAVROS / Director & MR TOM ARMSTRONG / Director Mobile: +61 7 3252 5858 E: tom.b.armstrong@gmail.com Goodman Lawyers is a Brisbane CBD based commercial and litigation law firm. The company offers premium legal services across all areas with their team of extensively experienced solicitors, serving Australian and international clients with strong focus on Asian markets. Goodman Lawyers prides itself on excellence in client service by taking the time needed to fully understand their clients’legal position and provide professional advice and representation for all legal matters. MR ANTHONY LIN/ Principal Solicitor T: +61 7 3112 5288 E: anthony.l@goodmanlawyers.com.au group Kildey has been developing property both on the east coast of Australia as well as internationally for over 30 years. Under the directorship of Graham Kildey, the group was responsible for several multi- residential projects as well as some commercial and hotel projects. In addition to the delivery of a commercially viable and fit for purpose development, the presentation and delivery of a quality product is group Kildey’s key focus. MR GRAHAM KILDEY / Managing Director T: +61 7 3236 4000 E: gkildey@groupkildey.com Goodman Lawyers group Kildey Pty Ltd www.groupkildey.com 63
  67. 67. Hunt Migration is a specialised immigration law firm, covering all areas of Australian Immigration Law with the personnel to handle any area of Australian migration from family migration, international corporate transfers or Federal Court reviews. Hunt Migration has a reputation for tailoring visa solutions for Australian and international employers and for thinking outside the square. MR KENNETH HUNT / Managing Director / Senior Immigration Lawyer MS YI (EMILY) WONG / Senior Immigration Agent MS YANZHI (AMANDA) WU / Senior Immigration Lawyer T: + 61 7 3071 7300 E: ken@huntmigration.com Founded by Ms Lihua Song and Mr Gordon Chalmers in 1999, Jasmin Skincar is a complete range of Certified Organic Skincare, Lipstick and Cosmetic products developed specifically for the discerning, eco-sophisticated consumers who are looking for the purest and most luxurious organic products. Its range surpasses the boundaries of traditional thinking in skincare by replacing harmful chemicals with precious natural organic ingredients. MS LIHUA SONG / Founder and Managing Director T: +61 7 5545 2006 E: lsong@jasminskincare.com Founded in 2011, Jenny Yang Realty now has branch offices and project partners in Australia, New Zealand, Mainland China, Hong Kong and Malaysia with an outstanding sales team in Brisbane. Its accolades include working with the ARIA property group’s‘Artisan’at South Bank, a major recreational and realty precinct in Brisbane, and direct involvement in the realty activity in South Brisbane when the area ranked highest in property sales across Australia in 2011. Jenny Yang Realty is also currently selling 'The Midtown Project' in Brisbane's CBD. MS JENNY YANG / Founder T: +61 415332338 E: Jenny.yang@jyrealty.com.au Jones Lang LaSalle is a financial and professional services firm specializing in real estate services. With an annual revenue of $3.9 billion, Jones Lang LaSalle operates in 70 countries from more than 1,000 locations worldwide. Jones Lang LaSalle has over 50 years of experience in the Asia Pacific, with over 26,100 employees operating in 79 offices in 14 countries across the region. MR GEOFF MCINTYRE / International Director & Managing Director, Queensland T: +61 7 3231 1362 E: geoff.mcintyre@ap.jill.com Juxgold Group’s head office is in Brisbane. The company is well experienced in large scale master plan design and development and constructs a variety of mixed-use housing and commercial office. Through creative engineering and landscape design, Juxgold Group’s planning approach is to embellish existing environmental characteristics into an ecologically sustainable yet liveable community. Over the years, the company has developed strategic working relationships with key stakeholders including State Government, numerous City Councils and community liaison groups, continuing to strive to create the best outcome for all. MR PETER KAO / Director T: +61 7 3344 2329 E: juxgold@bigpond.net.au Link Australia is one of the largest education consulting corporations in Brisbane with 27 associates from 7 different countries including Korea, Taiwan and Columbia. Since its establishment in 2009, Link Australia has made steady progress and expanded its business nationally and internationally. With a strong growth since its inception, it now has six branch offices in Brisbane, Melbourne, Gatton, two in Columbia and one in Mexico. Link Australia’s main business areas include development of study tours, internship and work placement programs. MR DONGWOOK (CHRIS) KIM / Managing Director MR KUAN – YUEH (SCOTT) CHEN / Partner & Business Development Coordinator T: +61 (0) 433 223 836 E: Scott@linkaustralia.net MNG Investment Holdings is a company focusing on delivering outstanding service in property development, consulting and advice, as well as project management. MNG Investment Holdings is currently introducing projects in Brisbane and across Queensland to international investors and developers. MR MARCUS NG / Managing Director T: +61 (0) 403 312 411 E: myng5@yahoo.com Juxgold Group Link Australia Pty Ltd www.linkaustralia.net MNG Investment Holdings Pty Ltd Hunt Migration www.huntmigration.com Jasmin Skincare Pty Ltd www.jasminaromatique. com Jenny Yang Realty www.jyrealty.com.au Jones Lang LaSalle www.joneslanglasalle.com 64
  68. 68. Phosphate International is an Australian Exploration Company focused on phosphate exploration and production suitable to develop products for the global fertilizer markets. Phosphate International is developing a drilling and exploration program to complete acquisition of reserves for development of resources to be used in agribusiness products. Focusing on tenements located in the Northern Territory and Queensland, Phosphate International aims to become a leader in Australia’s“Food Demand” story through exploration programs and partnerships in geochemical, acquisition and tenement management. MR JOHN COTTER / Managing Director T: +61 7 3221 1371 E: john@phosphateinternational.com.au Place Design Group is a leading international planning, design and environment consultancy with offices in Australia, Asia and the Pacific. Place Design Group’s global reach allows our clients to benefit from an international pool of talent, experience and knowledge. The Group is committed to delivering commercially and environmentally sustainable planning and design solutions. MR SHAUN MUNDAY / Managing Director T: +61 7 3852 3922 E: munday@placedesigngroup.com Populous is a global architecture firm specializing in the design and master planning of major public venues like stadia, convention centres, arenas, racecourses and the planning for major events such as Olympic games and Asian games. Over 35 years, the company has completed more than 1,000 projects worldwide worth AU $20B. Populous works throughout Asia and all projects are managed from the key Populous base, headquartered in Queensland. MR BRETT WIGHTMANS / Associate Principal and Senior Architect T: +61 7 3838 7946 E: Brett.Wightman@populous.com Primetime Marketing is a marketing, events and public relations consultancy firm, specialising in small to medium businesses. Primetime Marketing works with businesses that are looking for high growth, increased sales performance and improved brand visibility through the use the traditional and digital strategies. Mr Ronnie Yap / Director T: +61 (0) 411 888 368 E: ron@primetimemarketing.com Brisbane boasts Australia’s largest gallery of modern and contemporary art, the Galley of Modern Art (GOMA), which sits alongside its sister institution, the Queensland Art Gallery (QAG). Annually, the Gallery presents a program of Australian and international blockbuster exhibitions of historical importance and contemporary interest across both sites. The Gallery’s flagship series, the Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, is a major exclusive international exhibition which attracts over 500,000 visitors. MR CHRIS SAINES / Director T: +61 7 3840 7336 E: chris.saines@qagoma.qld.gov.au RB Recruitment was established in 1992 and has been successfully placing senior professionals in banking, mining and insurance since then. Now also represented in Townsville, RB Recruitment continues to recruit nationally and internationally handling both temporary and permanent roles. MS RAEWYN BAILEY / Managing Director T: +61 7 32218088 E: raewyn@rbrecruitment.com.au Renewable Energy Solutions Australia Holdings Ltd (RESA) is a manufacturer and supplier of wind turbines and electrical power management systems for renewable energy. RESA products are innovative, Australian designs that provide solutions to moderate power flow on the generation and distribution supply of energy. MR TONY LE MESSURIER / Managing Director T: +61 (0) 419 777 977 E: tonylem@resau.com.au The Shayher Group of Companies has numerous property developments in Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, China and Australia base on successful development models. The Group’s first venture into Australia was in 2004 with a twin tower development in Sydney. The Shayher Group of Companies is currently undertaking development in Northshore Hamilton (Brisbane), and the redevelopment of 300 George Street, Brisbane, into a vibrant Hotel, retail, commercial and residential precinct and a vast array of overseas projects. MR JOHN LIN / Group Director T: +61 7 3123 2880 E: john.lin@shayher.com.au Phosphate International Place Design Group www.placedesigngroup.com Populous http://populous.com Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art www.qagoma.qld.gov.au RB Recruitment Pty Ltd www.rbrecruitment.com.au Renewable Energy Solutions Australia Holdings Ltd www.resau.com.au Shayher Group of Companies Primetime Marketing 65

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