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Impact Report of Future City Summit Annual Meet 2020 is prepared by Future City Summit and Good City Foundation as a annual documentation for the Annual Meet hosted on 16th - 17th in December 2020, sponsored by the InvestHK and Cyberport Hong Kong, co-hosted by the Dream Impact, Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme Scholars Association(HKSESSA), Global Solutions Foundation and Impact Circles.

Impact Report of Future City Summit Annual Meet 2020 is prepared by Future City Summit and Good City Foundation as a annual documentation for the Annual Meet hosted on 16th - 17th in December 2020, sponsored by the InvestHK and Cyberport Hong Kong, co-hosted by the Dream Impact, Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme Scholars Association(HKSESSA), Global Solutions Foundation and Impact Circles.

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  1. 1. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 1 20 I M P A C T R E P O R T 5th Anniversary & Annual Summit SPONSORS HOST
  2. 2. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 2 Impact Report Future City Summit Annual Meet 2020 6 February 2021 Writer Ka Ming Andre Kwok Layout and Cover Design Pramada Email : community@futurecitysummit.org Website : https://futurecitysummit.org/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/futurecitysummit/ LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/company/future-city-summit/ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/future.city.summit/ Our Channel Scan QR Code to join LinkedIn professional community for alumni and partners of Future City Summit to pool resources and exchange thoughts for better design of a city.
  3. 3. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 3 Representatives of Host, Good City Foundation • Mr. Kwok Ka Ming Andre, Founder & Chairman • Ms. Peggy Tse, Chief Strategy Officer • Mr. Lawrence Yu, Director of Future City Summit • Mr. Vincent Ng, Advisor of Future City Summit • Mr. Shadman Sadab, Director of Public Private Partnership by Youth • Mr. Shem Ayegba, Associate, Rainmaker Ventures • Ms. Zora Han, Associate • Mr. Chris Chrispin Boniface, Associate Representatives of Co-Hosts Dream Impact (DI) • Ms. Cintia Nunes, Chief of Strategy & Growth • Ms. Dorothy Lam, Co-Founder & Chief Catalyst Global Solutions Foundation (GSF) • Mr. Max Song • Ms. Karen Wang Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme Scholars Association (HKSESSA) • Ms. Yvette Leung • Ms. Karin Asai • Ms. Juliet Leung Impact Circles (IC) • Ms. Jessie Huang, Convenor • Mr. Roy Weibach, Co-Host/Organizer Marketing and Distribution Wira Wiryadikrama, Marketing and Business Development Manager, Good City Foundation Technical Management Team • Mr. Hendra Trisnayadi, Web Development Manager, Good City Foundation • Mr. Alwan Hasmadi, Web Development Manager, Good City Foundation Brand and Visual Design • Mr. Pramada, Brand And Image Design Manager, Good City Foundation • Ms. Ratna Rahmayanti, Product Manager, Good City Foundation Secretariat Team • Ms. Karin Asai, Director of Secretariat (HKSESSA) • Ms. Juliet Leung, Deputy Director of Secretariat (HKSESSA) • Ms. Joyce Zhang, Associate of Secretariat • Mr. Khant Min Naing, Associate of Secretariat • Ms. Jimin Oh, Intern of Secretariat • Mr. Arthur Ji, Intern of Secretariat • Mr. Owen Chau, Intern of Secretariat Operation Team • Ms. Yvette Leung, Director of Operation (HKSESSA) • Ms. Natalie Lam, Deputy Director Operation (HKSESSA) • Mr. Daniel Jin, Associate of Operation • Ms. Baoxin Li Josephine, Associate of Operation Participating City Evaluation Team (Early Stage) • Ms. Isabella Kong, Director of Impact Evaluation (HKSESSA) • Mr. Jack Lam, Intern of Impact Evaluation (Semarang City) • Ms. Ngo Le Bao Tran, Intern of Impact Evaluation (Chiangmai City) • Ms. Ni Putu Prema Prakanthi, Udayana University (Denpasar City) • Putu Adelia Shindy Bella, Udayana University (Denpasar City) • Putu Mayda Devianita Jaya, Udayana University (Denpasar City) • I Made Agung Mas Surianta, Udayana University (Denpasar City) • Ananda Sri Parthiswari, Udayana University (Denpasar City) • Yoby Saputra, Udayana University (Denpasar City) Future City Summit Annual Meet 2020 Organizing Commitee 16th - 17th December 2020
  4. 4. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 4 KEY FIGURES AND OUTCOMES OF THE SUMMIT Key figures and Outcomes of the Summit 15 Selected Technology Companies 7 Selected Master Plans and Urban Innovations in Emerging Asia FORWARD Kwok Ka Ming Andre Karin Asai and Yvette Leung TABLE OF CONTENTS ORGANIZING COMMITEE ABOUT HOST About Good City Foundation About Future City Summit 2020 OVERVIEW OF SUMMIT PROGRAM Day 1 Day 2 Invest HK | Startmeup HK Festival Invest HK | Family Office Tsangs Group TABLE OF CONTENTS ABOUT CO-HOST HKSESSA Impact Circles Global Solutions Foundation Dream Impact ABOUT SPONSORS InvestHK Cyberport HK Family Mask SUMMIT AGENDA Global Post-Pandemic Recovery NTU ECOLABS Sustainable Finance Initiative 2 3 6 9 7 11 14 15 19 23 32 16 20 29 35 17 21 30 40 42 44 46 50 56
  5. 5. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 5 KEY KNOWLEDGE OF PROGRAM SESSION KEY KNOWLEDGE | TECH FOR GOOD CITIES CITY PARTNER MEDIA COVERAGE GRATITUDE OF PARTNERS AND SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS APPENDIX: PROCEEDING OF SPONSORSHIP Benson Tam, Chairman & Founding Partner Venturous Group. Yamin Xu, Leader of China, Platform of Internet of Things and Urban Transformation, World Economic Forum Rushi Rama, Smart Cities Lead, C4IR Japan / World Economic Forum. Conference Design DAY 1 Opening Address: Homecoming: the city with psychological resilience. Keynote I: Moonshot of Hong Kong, and Good Cities Diplomacy of Asia and the Emerging World Frontier Urban Economic Planning Outlook in Asia "The Next Generation of Humanity, Capitalism and Planning for Good" Masterclass I: Integrated Economic Urban Planning Victoria-side Chat Sustainability, environment and humans Parallel Panel Session I DAY 2 Digital Experiential Tour: Bottom of the Pyramid by Dream Impact & Kaifong Tour Masterclass II : Integrated Economic Urban Planning Frontier Urban Economic Planning Outlook in Africa "The Next Generation of Humanity, Capitalism and Planning for Good" Keynote II: Our Hong Kong, Where Does it Lead? Parallel Panel Session II 85 103 105 107 109 111 119 120 121 122 124 126 129 87 91 89 93 95 83
  6. 6. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 6 Future City Summit was first an idea that we, a group of young scholars and entrepreneurs in Hong Kong, brought to the Office of Vice President of The University of Hong Kong one day. What would be one very important matter to our next generation, and we need to work at an early young age to address it? Since February 2016, the little corner office of the Alumni Development Office (which used to be a music library in the Main Building) in the campus had become our garage for a team of 11 final year students, a group of teachers and our Vice President. For months of cross-learning, banning ideas and future imagining moments, we decided to go back to the fundamental needs of human beings. We talked about business sustainability, global partnership and design for good, but the core of achieving that is “Trust”. Trust is an extremely hard-earn intangible thing. It takes ages to build and nurture, but breaks in a short moment of disbelief. The original thought of forming Future City Summit is nothing fancy but laying a possible and positive road to form and breed “Trust”. To form global long-term collaboration and in-depth open dialogue, we need “Trust”. Before we take billion dollar projects of smart cities, we need “Trust”, and to take human civilisation of equity, just and kindness to sustain with our natural environment for the next century, we need “Trust”. In a year of 5, we have indeed built certain networks, projects and collaboration. Vision has been FO RWA R D well played and I, on behalf of the entire team of every year of Future City Summit, would never express enough gratitude to all trusts given by all walks of parties, from City Partners to Advisors and Delegates. We have said enough about the pandemic and all sorts of instability. The next big question is where to build a trustworthy “Hope”? It is especially the matter in Hong Kong, and many other societies and generations. The future of Good City Foundation, and Future City Summit may answer some, with sciences and thought leadership dialogue. However, what’s more to take is responsible acts and decisions. It is scientific logic that builds the theory of change. It is the good faith of hope that leads us to do good with all means we have. Kwok Ka Ming Andre Founder Future City Summit, Good City Foundation - Main Building
  7. 7. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 7 “ “ If you want to run fast, run alone. If you want to run far, run together. - The Famous African Proverb - It had been a 10-month long preparation in a year full of anxiety, trepidations and reflection. It started with some heated topics in city development but moulded to respond to the insights and rethinking that the pandemic left us in every single aspect of future city development - in public healthcare, in access to water and sanitation, in meaningful connection with each other. A silver lining from the pandemic is the chance to be bold to experiment, to step into the unknown, navigate and create the new normal. From planning to managing how the hybrid summit operates takes not only time and coordination, but a little more imagination. Forget about if it works or not. That is not something to think about, it is something to act on because the only way to know the answer is to just do it. Organising the Annual Meet in such a year tells a story of a group of young people putting their every effort and heart into the Summit itself, thinking through every tiny detail and work to make the hybrid Summit as humanistic in the best possible way. Just as how much we proved the power of the younger generation in this Summit , we think there is more work needed to bring out the vast potentials of younger ones. How and what it takes is a question. As we wrapped up the Annual Meet, we also have embarked our journey to the wide array of development work with local communities. One key pillar is the future workforce Policy Interest Group jointly organised by The Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scholars Association. In an action research that looks into qualities and skills transferability of the future workforce, we focus on finding out the need of a future-driven job market and draw the picture of the current skills gap between the demand and supply of the workforce. At the milestone of the 5th Anniversary of Future City Summit, we reiterate what keeps us going has always been the ‘why’ that brought us here at the very first place and at this moment in time, we still see a better future. Humans are capable of greatness. Run far, and run together. FO RWA R D Karin Asai Director of Secretariat Future City Summit Secretary Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme Scholars Association Yvette Leung Director of Operation Future City Summit Vice-President Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme Scholars Association Future Cit y Summit ʻ20
  8. 8. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 8 GoodCity Foundation
  9. 9. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 9 Good City Foundation is a non-profit non-governmental development organisation founded in 2016 by a group of Hong Kong scholars and entrepreneurs, with a vision of better urban resilience in the next 100 cities in emerging Asia and Africa. The Foundation missions to foster innovative public and private partnership among the young generations in emerging cities. The organisation was first established as “Future City Summit” with the Global Partnership Seed Fund from The Vice President Office of The University of Hong Kong. It curates the Annual Meet Future City Summit in Hong Kong and development programs “Public Private Partnership by Youth” with local city governments in emerging Asia such as Denpasar, Yogyakarta, Bandung, Bangkok and Metro Manila. The Foundation is currently the Institutional Partner of G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance and Private Sector Committee of ASEAN Smart City Network on behalf of Thailand. As a comprehensive ecosystem of public private partnership, the Good City Foundation has established its in-house venture building and investment advisory subsidiary, Rainmaker Ventures, to incubate development projects and important technology startups with the support of InvestHK. The downstream venture building and incubation seamlessly matches the upstream exploratory processes, hencing engaging a wide spectrum of public and private sector partners. About Good City Foundation
  10. 10. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 10 Future City Summit 2020
  11. 11. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 11 The 5th Annual Meet of Future City Summit (“FCS 2020”) is a hybrid summit with Hong Kong Cyberport as a live-stream studio. The 5th Annual Meet is curated with 200 nominated selective delegates, other hundreds of active participants, 4 co-hosts of local and regional communities of regional innovation and social impact and a network of City Partners and Emerging Future Cities Network. It also delivers to conclude the journey of a 5-year project since the first Summit in August 2016 in The University of Hong Kong. The FCS 2020 sets as a platform to build stronger hyper-collaboration among the network of networks for the next 10 years of development. The greater theme of the 5th Annual Meet in 2020 is Global Post-Pandemic Recovery. To align expectations of all nominated delegates, participants and partners, the Summit period is a process of new knowledge distillation, value transformation, greater ecosystem integration and actionable development agenda planning. The 5th Annual Meet Future City Summit strives to be a positive and constructive response to the great reset brought by the shocks and impacts by the pandemic and among the societies in Hong Kong and the rest of the world. The FCS 2020 aims to reposition the values and roles of Hong Kong in developing Asia, Africa and the rest of the world for the next 10 years in a world of high instability and unpredictability. Riding on the pandemic shocks to the supply-side of jobs and urban economics, the FCS 2020 explores 4 pillars of recovery: 1) Human Capital and Future of Jobs; 2) Arts and Culture; 3) Urban Health and Economics and 4) Sustainability and Human Civilisation. The pillars echo the strongest need of supply to the impact, not just in Hong Kong but the emerging cities in developing Asia and Africa. It serves a mutual ground of humankinds to reconnect Hong Kong’s leadership relevance to the developing world. About Future City Summit 2020 Hong Kong! Hong Kong by 2030
  12. 12. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 12 with city governments and innovative local communities of 2 districts in Hong Kong and 5 cities in Asia to demonstrate the smart city plannings and development projects. Planning For Good Cities Roadshow with 15 selective technology companies to meet with 20 investment committees in Hong Kong and Asia. Tech For Good Cities Roadshow 1 2 with regional development agencies: ASEAN Smart Cities Network (Private Sector Committee) (Vietnam) and YY Ventures (Bangladesh). Master Classes for Urban Economics Planning 4 with high-profile thought leaders and industry practitioners in Asia and Africa. Keynote, Frontier Economics Sessions & Panel Discussions Bottom of the Pyramid 3 A Virtual Experiential Tour in Sham Shui Po 5
  13. 13. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 13 Co-Hosts
  14. 14. Dream Impact envisions a society where everyone is conscious of the work they do, the things they buy and the values they advocate. We drive the growth of a purpose-driven ecosystem where everyone can be a part of this world-changing movement, and we scale and deepen social impact through advocacy, bridging of resources and strategic partnerships. We are in Hong Kong, Taiwan and San Francisco. Please visit https://impact- circles.mn.co/ to join the community and stay tuned to our programs and events. Dream Impact IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 14
  15. 15. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 15 The Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme Scholars Association (HKSESSA) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation with a vision to build a platform where Hong Kong Scholars connect with each other, develop their influence in different sectors of interest, and leverage their talents to create social impacts. Originated from the official Hong Kong SAR scholarship scheme that supports local students to pursue studies at world renowned universities outside Hong Kong, HKSESSA is founded by a group of Hong Kong Scholars with the aim to connect a top cadre of leaders and maximize young people’s value and contribution in Hong Kong both locally and globally. Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme Scholars Association
  16. 16. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 16 Impact Circles consists of growing circles of social impact enthusiasts, subject matter experts, and thought leaders to join forces for tackling the pressing issues facing our societies and planet. Our mission is to accelerate the growth of individuals and meaningful projects, and to engage the wider public in social innovation. Impact Circles
  17. 17. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 17 Global Solutions Foundation seeks to build a global ecosystem to inspire and support the next generation of young change-makers, especially those in China. GSF started as a festival at Tsinghua University in 2017, by organizing make-a-thons to bring together young changemakers, and so far we have an alumni base of more than 500 members. The vision is to create support to the next generation of global problem solvers around the world, to address the most pressing issues in areas of education, the digital revolution, healthcare, poverty, and the environment. You can visit https://www.globalsolutionsfestival.org/ for more detail about Global Solutions Foundation. Global Solutions Foundation
  18. 18. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 18 Sponsors
  19. 19. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 19 Invest HK InvestHK’s vision is to strengthen Hong Kong’s status as the leading international business location in Asia. Our mission is to attract and retain foreign direct investment which is of strategic importance to the economic development of Hong Kong. In all our services, we apply the following core values: passion, integrity, professionalism, customer service, business friendliness and responsiveness. We work with overseas and Mainland entrepreneurs, SMEs and multinationals that wish to set up an office – or expand their existing business – in Hong Kong We offer free advice and services to support companies from the planning stage right through to the launch and expansion of their business. InvestHK is led by the Director-General of Investment Promotion, Stephen Phillips. Based in our head office in Hong Kong, Mr Phillips is supported by three Associate Directors- General: Jimmy Chiang, Charles Ng and Vincent Tang and Chief Marketing Officer Edith Wong.
  20. 20. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 20 Cyberport is an innovative digital community with over 1,500 start-ups and technology companies. It is managed by Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited, which is wholly owned by the Hong Kong SAR Government. With a vision to be the hub for digital technology thereby creating a new economic driver for Hong Kong, Cyberport is committed to nurturing a vibrant tech ecosystem by cultivating talent; promoting entrepreneurship among youth; supporting start-ups on their growth journey; fostering industry development by promoting collaboration with local and international partners; and integrating new and traditional economies by accelerating digital adoption in the public and private sectors. Cyberport is focused on facilitating the growth of major technology trends such as FinTech, smart living, digital entertainment/e-sports and cybersecurity, as well as the emerging technologies of artificial intelligence (AI), big data and blockchain, to foster the transformation of Hong Kong into a smart city. With a team of committed professionals providing all-rounded, value-added services, state-of-the-art facilities and smart workspaces to support our digital community, Cyberport is now the flagship for Hong Kong’s digital technology industry. Cyberport
  21. 21. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 21 2020 has been an unexpected rollercoaster ride for the world, with the spread of the coronavirus, panic shopping for home cleansers, sanitizers, the frantic fights for toilet paper, and of course the blood and sweat we all went through to get our hands on some face masks. We created “Family Mask” as an initiative to take care of our own people, doing what we can to keep Hong Kong safe and healthy Founded in February 2020, Family Mask was born to fulfil a simple mission: to end the critical shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE). We are determined to make a tangible contribution and keep our home city a safe and healthy place. The core of our efforts is focused on filling the demand gap for internationally certified surgical masks in Hong Kong, so that no adult or child shall have to pay above market prices or queue in lines for hours. Family Mask
  22. 22. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 22 Summit Agenda
  23. 23. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 23 The “Middle Class” in Global (Relative) Poverty and Their Post Pandemic Next Normal. Global Post-Pandemic Recovery Agenda The middle class in global poverty, the underserved and untapped population. The post pandemic next normal 1 Samuel Freije-Rodriguez, 2020, "Reversals of Fortune: Poverty and Shared Prosperity 2020", World Bank Group. Retrieved from. https:// openknowledge.worldbank.org/bitstream/handle/10986/34496/9781464816024.pdf. 2 "Global poverty: Facts, FAQs, and how to help", World Vision. Retrieved from: https://www.worldvision.org/sponsorship-news-stories/global-poverty- facts#:~:text=2020%3A%20Global%20poverty%20is%20expected,as%20150%20million%20by%202021. While 2 billion people are still poor by the definition of the Societal Poverty Line (SPL), which over 50% of whom are populations below the age of 35 years old1 , global poverty is expected to rise for the first time in 20 years. The COVID-19 pandemic threatens to push 88 million to 115 million people into extreme poverty in 2020, with the total rising to as many as 150 million by 20212 . The defined “Middle Class” in the global population of relative poverty refers to the marginal population with socio-economic potential to escape from the poverty trap through empowerment of proper policy and governance, or with the changes of societal environment through technology and innovative inclusion. The pandemic shocks have led the “middle class” of global relative poverty to face the following driving factors to the new normal. They are the challenges of low-income worker repatriation, the rise of remote gig workforce (especially for the younger low-income generations) and rising reluctant self-employed micro-businesses among the low-income households. They are all happening on a global scale.
  24. 24. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 24 With the pandemic shocks, global (low-income, low- skilled) workforce migrated from urbanised metro to suburban and rural towns3 . Future new jobs grow faster than the old fading ones. Workforce is requested to develop with cross- disciplinary and transferable skills4. Global relative poverty is not the challenge among the developing countries only, but also well-developed economies such as Hong Kong and many East Asian countries. All “middle class” of the global relative poverty population in all segments of economies shall be addressed to unleash underserved and untapped market opportunities. The age of 0 to 1 general entrepreneurship for all is ubiquitous. Economic resilience relies heavily more on the scaling of impactful SMEs from startups to stabilise future jobs’ supply and demand5. Global Migration Gig Workforce (Remote) A Possibility of Global Shared Prosperity Economic Resilience We are on the same boat to help each other to escape from the global poverty trap, first with the “middle class” in global relative poverty. 1 2 3 3 Alan Gamlen, August 2020, "Migration and mobility after the 2020 pandemic: The end of an age?", IOM UN Migration. Retrieved from: https:// publications.iom.int/system/files/pdf/migration-_and-mobility.pdf 4 Aidan Manktelow and Saadia Zahidi, January 2020, "The Promise of Platform Work: Understanding the Ecosystem", World Economic Forum. Retrieved from: www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_The_Promise_of_Platform_Work.pdf 5 Abhijit V Banerjee and Esther Duflo, January 2013, "Reluctant Entrepreneurs", Business Standard. Retrieved from: https://www.business-standard.com/ article/beyond-business/reluctant-entrepreneurs-111061100035_1.html
  25. 25. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 25 Circular self-reliance economy is a new global challenge. As the global inter-state migration happened due to the pandemic, affordability in all digitalisation and technology implementation for all in 2nd / 3rd tier habitats is the new economies of scale. ESG is a popular framework to re-evaluate emerging cities, with carbon offset materialising monetary valuation. Angel investment and public policy shall align for rapid scaling of necessary MSMEs for carbon-neutral economies.7 The above 3 wicked attributes are beyond any sole market mechanisms nor private sector innovation. It may take a village of all stakeholders, both public, private and people sector to address in joint-efforts. While the modern post-pandemic poverty trap is attributed by above 3 factors, it would take a village of all parties to collaborate and drive the underserved global poverty to get rid of the poverty trap. 6 Bianca Cuaresma, October 2019, "Poor Internet connection spurs ‘creative ways’ for digital technology in banking and finance", Business Mirror. Retrieved from: businessmirror.com.ph/2019/10/10/poor-internet-connection-spurs-creative-ways-for-digital-technology-in-banking-and-finance/ 7 Andre Kwok, October 2020, "Pandemic Shock: A widening inequality gap among emerging cities in Asia", Observer Research Foundation. Retrieved from: https:// www.orfonline.org/expert-speak/pandemic-shock-widening-inequality-gap-emerging-cities-asia/ Attributes of current skills of different disciplines shall be decoded to reposition future skills and driving policies, hence narrating a new DNA of Hong Kong in the global designation To arrive the goals of addressing global relative poverty population, the 3 driving factors above lead to the 3 respective attributes to identify necessary finances, people, policies, innovations and technologies: Localised Affordability Carbon Neutral Governance & Policy Angel Investment Skills Bridge Jobs The Next Wicked Development Challenges Some further wicked driving factors for addressing the global challenges.
  26. 26. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 26 The 5th Annual Meet of Future City Summit visions to assemble a larger network of bridges across emerging Asia (Southeast Asia, South Asia and Middle East) and Africa. The assembly reconnects to the (Greater) Emerging Future Cities Network members established in the previous years (2018 - current) in Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hong Kong SAR, Denpasar, Yogyakarta, Bandung, Manila, and Bangkok (Future City Summit Annual Meet 2018 - 2019 and “Public Private Partnership by Youth”), in a joint-effort for the below stated dedication: Addressing development and governance inefficiency of 100 emerging cities (each of population around the range of 500,000) in the next 10 years (by 2030) so the local relative poor escapes from poverty trap. The Greater Emerging Future Cities Network. Ecosystem Meetings MISSION STATEMENT Strengthening a network of bridges on resources, information, attributes of future wicked development challenges for the next generations. The mission would be addressed radically by both the “public - private - people partnership” manner and strong entrepreneurial market interventions.
  27. 27. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 27 Emerging Future Cities Network since 2018 has been a dedicated network of project pipelines and resources for sharing the latest knowledge of resilient urban planning and technology transformation. In FCS 2020, Roundtable for Emerging Future Cities Network would be calling virtually and assemble the larger pool of local city governments and technologists from public and private sector to review the past 2 years of development, impact and project the post-pandemic recovery agenda, through the pooling of efforts from different stakeholders. Roundtable for Emerging Future Cities Network In the partnership with multiple family offices, institutional investors and industry partners, Tech for Good Cities Roadshow is a private project roadshow for urban technology startups and city master planning pitching. 15 promising impactful startups and 5 most resilient emerging cities master plans identified would be invited to the Roadshow. Tech for Good Cities Roadshow 2 Joining hands with Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme Scholars Association (HKSESSA), Future Workforce Policy Interest Group would be announced in the Future City Summit Annual Meet 2020 for laying out the policy advocacy and voices for different walks of youth in Hong Kong and Asia for reflecting the new landscape of post-pandemic human capital development need. The Policy Interest Group would output policy review and recommendation as advocacy and voices for Hong Kong government’s reference. Future Workforce Policy Interest Group 1 3
  28. 28. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 28 Hong Kong as a Hyper-Collaboration Hub and Consolidation Shaping regional ability to quickly rationalise portfolios and prioritise larger, more resilient brands that are better able to survive periods of economic fragility, while pursuing opportunities to fill capability gaps through strategic M&A. In the picture of hyper-collaboration of “Technology - Finance - Policy - People”, with the past 5 years of hosting of Future City Summit in Hong Kong and voices of Hong Kong influential leaders, the city-state is designated to position a bottom-up governance hub of hyper-collaboration and resources consolidation. Local key stakeholders in Hong Kong such as Cyberport Hong Kong and Invest Hong Kong play influential and benchmarking nodes to finance and govern the flow of resources among the collaborating nodes across the ecosystems. HONG KONG
  29. 29. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 29 The EcoLabs Centre of Innovation for Energy, jointly established by Nanyang Technological University, Enterprise Singapore, and Sustainable Energy Association Singapore (SEAS), aims to build and accelerate deeptech energy innovation capabilities in Singapore to support the nation’s future energy transition. The ninth Centre of Innovation in Singapore and the first-of-its-kind for the energy sector, EcoLabs serves as a one-stop hub to help Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) and Startups innovate, grow and thrive in the competitive energy sector by providing them with the following: Translational Research, Living Testbeds, Innovation Programmes, Funding Partners and Community Platform. Support in product and business acceleration will also be provided. Product acceleration support includes providing SMEs and start-ups with multidisciplinary technical support, cutting edge research facilities, and access to the latest scientific research in clean energy. Business acceleration support includes strategic advisory, investment pitching and networking sessions. EcoLabs Centre of Innovation for Energy
  30. 30. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 30 Sustainable Finance initiative (SFi) is a community platform aimed at promoting the growth of sustainable finance in Hong Kong. The initiative is incubated by RS Group, a family office based in Hong Kong. SFi delivers on it’s Vision and Mission by actively supporting four key market gaps: People, Policy, Practice and Products. These form the four pillars of SFi’s Strategy. By addressing these gaps, we will directly drive mindset shift, create a policy-enabling environment for sustainable investing in Asia, and ultimately contribute towards the building of the region’s sustainable economy. About SFi
  31. 31. Overview Summit Program We recover, regenerate, and resurge with new realms of innovation and visions. of Recover, Reinvention, Resilience IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 31
  32. 32. Li Ka Shing Foundation Scholar Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy Founder & Chairman Good City Foundation Hong Kong SAR ANDRE KWOK Schwarzman Scholar, Tsinghua University Director of Future City Summit Good City Foundation Founding President Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme Scholars Association Hong Kong SAR LAWRENCE YU IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 32 Homecoming: the city with psychological resilience Keynote and Fireside Chat I Moonshot of Hong Kong, and Good Cities Diplomacy of Asia and the Emerging World Associate Features Editor Tatler HK Hong Kong SAR ZABRINA LO Moderator Director General Invest Hong Kong Hong Kong SAR STEPHEN PHILLIPS day 01
  33. 33. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 33 Director of Public Private Partnership Good City Foundation Bangladesh SHADMAN SADAB CEO YY Ventures Bangladesh TAZIN SHADID Master Class I: Integrated Urban Economics Planning Reinvent Resilience through Social Innovation and Three Zeros Founder Indonesia Creative Cities Network (ICCN) Indonesia DWINITA LARASATI Founder Urbanetic Singapore SAIBAL DAS CHOWDHURY Founder Pan-Asia Network Mainland China RICHARD HSU President Foundation for Futuristic Cities India KARUNA GOPAL Associate Professor The University of British Columbia Canada Dr. ERIC LI Moderator Post-Pandemic Urban Economic Planning Outlook in Asia
  34. 34. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 34 Freelance visual journalist Founder of Hong Kong Explorers Hong Kong SAR LAUREL CHOR Founder Of Mana! Hong Kong SAR BOBSY GAIA Deputy Director and Principal Lecturer Centre for Civil Society and Governance of HKU Hong Kong SAR Dr. WINNIE LAW Moderator Co-Founder and Director of V'air Member at Council for Sustainable Development Hong Kong SAR NATALIE CHUNG Victoria-side chat Sustainability, environment and humans How do environmentalists in different stages imagine the next 50 years for Hong Kong? Panel Session Ia: Land & Affordable Living Maximising the “value” of land: exit plan for Hong Kong’s housing crisis? Founder & CEO Shanzhai City Hong Kong SAR Dr. TAT LAM CEO Arical Hong Kong SAR Director Kwai Hung Group Hong Kong SAR CLEMENT TIEN KITMAN MOK Co-Founder & Chief Catalyst Dream Impact DOROTHY LAM Moderator
  35. 35. Editor Generation T Asia Founder Sun Sang Bamboo Village Indonesia LEE WILLIAMSON CHIKO WIRAHADI Moderator Managing Director Warner Music Thailand Thailand KARL KONGKHAM Founder and Curator Circus Tram: the Social Club Hong Kong SAR ALVIN YIP Panel Session Ib Art, Culture and City As a Memory JESSIE HUANG Moderator Curator Impact Circles San Francisco Panel Session Ic: Future Workforce, We Position Our Curve Grassroot communities of resilience and evolutionary purposes Social Worker Christian Action Hong Kong SAR Founder and Editor-in-Chief Green Queen Media Hong Kong SAR SONALIE FIGUEIRAS Founder and CEO ImpactHK & Love 21 Foundation Hong Kong SAR JEFFREY ANDREWS JEFF ROTMEYER Ex-Director Startup Grind China & APAC Shenzhen JAN SMEJKAL IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 35
  36. 36. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 36 Head of Portfolio Design Asia Pacific, JLL Hong Kong SAR GONZALO PORTELLANO Lead (Smart Cities and Future Mobility) EcoLabs Centre of Innovation for Energy NTU Singapore RYAN JIN Chairman Crystal Vision Energy Limited Hong Kong SAR COLIN TAM Founder and CEO Sooorya Singapore CHRISTIE FERNANDEZ CEO Carbonbase Mainland China MAX SONG Moderator Panel Session Id Sustainability, Environment, and Humans day 02 Founder Spatial Anatomy Singapore Board of Management E-Forum for Smart Cities Vietnam CALVIN CHUA RETNAM SHANMUGA Master Class II Integrated Economic Urban Planning Cities of the 2nd Tier; New Normal; New Shocks and New Resilience
  37. 37. Director of the University of Oxford China Centre University of Oxford UK Schwarzman Scholar, Tsinghua University Director of Future City Summit Good City Foundation Founding President Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme Scholars Association Hong Kong SAR PROFESSOR RANA MITTER LAWRENCE YU Moderator Keynote and Fireside Chat II Our Hong Kong, Where Does it Lead? Frontier Urban Economic Planning Outlook on Africa Afrofuturism Down The Road, Where Next? CEO Goodsam Technologies Tanzania ISAYA YUNGE CP3P-F, Project Manager Prokyoor Limited Nigeria SHEM AYEGBA PMP Managing Director McDan & Company Kenya JACOB AFWATA Managing Director Einar & Partners Netherlands ALEXANDER LJUNGSTRÖM Moderator Diplomat African Union Youth Advisory Council Tanzania PETRIDER PAUL IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 37
  38. 38. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 38 Panel Session IIb Urban Health Planning, Resilience 101 Founder Family Mask Hong Kong SAR United Nations Volunteer Hong Kong SAR Founder and Chair Golden Age Foundation Hong Kong SAR CUHK Public Health Graduate, HKU MBBS Final Year Student. Host of TED Circles Hong Kong SAR JESSIE CHUNG KAREN LAU REBECCA CHOY YUNG ROHIT KUMAR VERMA Moderator Panel Session IIa Art, Culture and City as a Memory Founder Aclan Pakistan USAMA TAUQEER Founder Tailwind Partners India VAIBHAV GOGIA President Robotics Association of Nepal Nepal ER. BIKASH GURUNG Director of Public Private Partnership Good City Foundation Bangladesh SHADMAN SADAB From Hub of Spice Trade to Global Lead in Tech and Entrepreneurship: Challenges and Success Stories from the South Asia Moderator
  39. 39. Panel Session IIc Future Workforce, We Position Our Curve Business Director Nanhai Corporation Ltd Hong Kong SAR / Mainland China Head of Future Skills Corporate Sustainability Asia Pacific HSBC Hong Kong SAR CEO Generation Hong Kong Hong Kong SAR Head of Education and Youth Research Our Hong Kong Foundation Hong Kong SAR BEN YU WILLIAM CHIU BRIAN CHENG VICTOR KWOK Moderator Senior Project Leader Tri-Sector Associates Singapore SIKAI CHEN Founder World Toilet Organisation Singapore JACK SIM Executive Chairman Banka BioLoo Limited India SANJAY BANKA Researcher Our Hong Kong Foundation Hong Kong SAR JOHNSON KONG Moderator Panel Session IId Sustainability, Environment and Humans Washing Away Our Pandemic Woes: Improving Water and Sanitation through Innovative Financing IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 39
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  45. 45. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 45 Key Figures and Outcomes of the Summit
  46. 46. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 46 Organic Social Media Reach, Live Views and Some Feedbacks from Delegates Some Figures We Have Achieved in FCS 2020 on Application in FB Live (Facebook and LinkedIn) 3,273 Social Media Engagements 33,004 Organic Reaches (Tunisia, Malta, Palestine, South Africa…) 394 49 Nationalities Sign-ups 15.4% City Government & Town Planners (emerging Asia and Africa) Audience during Live-Streaming 3,286 (Facebook Pages)
  47. 47. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 47 8.73 / 10 Overall Experience in FCS 2020 Scores of 8.73 / 10 Logistics Preparation Scores of Pre-Summit 7.48 / 10 Larksuite platform experience Scores of in FCS 2020 8.85 / 10 Contents and Themes Scores of Summit 8.92 / 10 ZOOM conferencing experience Scores of in FCS 2020
  48. 48. 95.2% would like to join the next Future City Summit as it turns into a public official global event. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 48
  49. 49. 8.62 / 10 Scores of the Virtual Experiential Tour (“Bottom of Pyramid") in the Summit IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 49
  50. 50. 6 out of 15 Scored over half of the committees showing interest to follow up IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 50 Committees and Technology Companies (Seed-Stage to Series-A) 15 Selected Technology Companies 15 64 9 out of 15 Companies of 3 Categories Selective Tech Companies to the Pipelines Scored above mean score of the investment readiness criteria • Financial Technology • Urban Technology • Human Capital and Well-being
  51. 51. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 51 PearlPay believes that all Filipinos should have access to financial solutions to save time and money and connect better with their loved ones. Our mission is to help financial institutions, especially rural banks, be commercially competitive with access to the latest and innovative banking solutions. We aim to become the national digital payment enabler and gateway in the country by providing quality and affordable banking solutions to financial institutions and individuals previously underserved. Kwaba is a rent payment platform that helps low-middle income earning Nigerians pay their house rent in convenient instalments. We don’t see the sense in paying rent yearly when salaries are paid monthly. With Kwaba, say goodbye to paying Landlord’s 1 to 2 years rent in advance and hello to the new school where you can spread your rent payment over 6 to 12 months. Join us on our journey in helping reduce homelessness, financial hardship and improve financial well- being. Let's bridge the gap between property and finance together. The world is everyday becoming a smaller place in terms of economic activity. International borders are becoming less and less of an issue between businesses. Except for Africa, and Sub-Saharan Africa in particular. Remittance costs into Nigeria attract up to 21% in transaction charges (compared to 9% average in the region and 7% global average) Why? Banking charges, security and regulatory requirements, etc Remittance services out of Nigeria are significantly fewer, and largely limited to banks. Spark Perreras Founder of PearlPay Founder of Kwaba Founder of Bitmast Obbina Molokwu Aniefiok Friday
  52. 52. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 52 AgriTech Startup that innovate the technology especially Internet of Thing (IoT) for Smart farm management. Currently we are focusing on Smart Irrigation to control remotely the irrigation via mobile application. Our mission is to transform traditional irrigation to smart irrigation that 60% of Cambodia’s farmers can access at affordable prices in the next 3 years. Our vision is to solve farm management problem by using technology that focus on IoT to collect data on crops and to remotely control farming equipment on-the-ground, inform decision- making, all managed from a cloud platform. BlueSpace.ai is an urban mobility company that develops an autonomous vehicle technology. Bluespace’s patented Dynamic Perception and Prediction software allows an autonomous system to “see” the velocity of all objects and in all directions. Our solution works everywhere, with all form factors, and enables a faster reaction time in any AV stack. We provide a cost and time effective way to improve perception and prediction functionality for all. Co-Founder and President Founder of Agritech Founder of SiGen Christine Moon 홍수연 Sreylin Meng Hồ Thái Bình A simple and cost-effective solution to eliminate breeding environment of mosquitoes in existing urban catch basin, therefore, prevent mosquito borne diseases such as dengue and zika.
  53. 53. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 53 By putting advanced technologies of Digital Twinning, advanced visualisation, Blockchain and AI to work, we can transform the Built Environment - Making them smart, resilient and sustainable and create high performance assets that are more liquid than before. Our mission is to deliver significant impact on total performance of the built environment by liberalizing and directing financing towards projects with impactful triple bottom line and ESG outcomes. viAct is an Automate Construction Monitoring uses AI + IoT + 5G with vision technology to optimize construction safety, productivity and compliance Saibal Das Chowdhury Founder of Urbanetic Founder of viAct Hugo Cheuk At Social Light Inc, we have a strong passion in applying the technology and common sense to solve the day to day problems of connectivity. We are committed to create a win- win scenario for all stakeholders involved to make sure that connectivity is able to expand sustainably especially in low income areas. Being the leader in WiFi advertising, marketing, analytics, and WiFi monetization, we take pride in solving the issue of internet being a basic human right. Our focus is to create solutions that keep adding value to eventually create a completely free internet access for low income communities. Founder of Social Light Inc Francis Simisim
  54. 54. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 54 Shani Pandya Founder of Power Tree We are a Gandhinagar based Sustainable Technology Innovation Company incubated at Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University and supported by Industries Commissionerate (IC) Department, Government of Gujarat under Start-up/Innovation Scheme. We invent, designs, engineers and manufactures Solar Tree which incorporate beautiful, efficient solar panels in sculptural forms designed to inspire, to generate electricity along with saving huge space consumption problem. We have 16 design patents in our name for various innovative designs of Solar Tree. We also have received multiple recognition and awards from various national and international organization in last two year including Unites Nations top 100 Startup of the world, Top 10 Startups of India by Bombay Stock Exchange and others. Kusini Water is a social enterprise that builds water treatment systems from nanotechnology and macadamia nut shells. Our systems bring clean, safe drinking water to people in rural, peri-urban and informal settlements throughout the African continent. Our Social Mission is providing ease to access, affordable and secured learning products, services and solutions that enable and transform the way learners or knowledge seekers from low income with less to no modern technology infrastructure gather, manage, distribute and use modern digital learning resources and information. Murendeni Mafumo George Akimali Founder of Kusini Founder of Smartcore Enterprise Limited
  55. 55. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 55 Kampung Course is a platform to connect course seekers with course providers with a safe & reliable payment system through the Kampung Course Indonesia company account. Uppskale is a HR Tech startup where we strive to bring in progressive technology to bridge the gap between academia and industry. Functioning both online and offline, our distinctive approach helps both students and companies find the right fit for each other. Jimmy Chandra G Dr. Elvis Silayo Aditya Dave Founder of Kampung Course Founder of Medikea Founder of Uppskale Medikea is an online healthcare marketplace that connects patients with Doctors, clinics/hospitals, pharmacies and diagnostic centers. The healthcare industry in Africa lacks an integrated ecosystem leading to ineffective treatment outcomes. We aim to solve this by building out an ecosystem of healthcare services that brings the existing offline infrastructures online using the power technology. We are on a mission to making healthcare more patient-centric and easily accessible for 1.3B Africans.
  56. 56. Pipeline of cities to G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance 7 Selected Master Plans and Urban Innovations in Emerging Asia IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 56 5 40 City of The Philippines 2 Selective Town Planners and Smart City Investors Participated In the Planning For Good Cities Roadshow. (Private Session) Cities of Indonesia, Philippines and Sri Lanka Which is Bandung and Manila in the Roadshow vetted with a master plan digitising company (Singapore / Hong Kong) for land use prototyping Bandung, Indonesia Metro Manila City of Manilla, Philippines Cities nominated and selected to the G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance Districts in Hong Kong 2
  57. 57. 1 2 IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 57 2 East Kowloon MIT HK Innovation Nide 1 Sham Shui Po District Dream Impact Hong Kong SAR
  58. 58. Sham Sui Po District IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 58 1 st Expensive Hong Kong is the world’s most expensive property market1 3 rd Coolest Sham Shui Po ranked as the 3rd coolest neighbourhood in the world by TIMEOUT Magazine 2 nd Poorest Sham Shui Po is the 2nd poorest district in Hong Kong2 1 st Vertical Hong Kong is the most vertical city in the world (most # of people living above floor 15) Planning for Good Cities: District of Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong yet... yet... 1. https://www.cbreresidential.com/uk/sites/uk-residential/files/ CBRE-Global%20Living_2020_Final.pdf 2. https://www.statistics.gov.hk/pub/B11303012019AN19B0100.pdf 3. https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/community/article/2152952/how-hong-kong-rose-become-tallest-city-world 4. https://www.timeout.com/coolest-neighbourhoods-in-the-world
  59. 59. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 59 How might we provide large numbers of affordable & livable housing Residents living in subdivided units that lack knowledge and access to services, that has work opportunities They can live with dignity, stability and in a supportive community for upward mobility Graphics Credits to: Isaac Liu & Tommy Cheong CUHK Architecture How to achieve Affordable Land & Living? For So That
  60. 60. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 60 Kowloon East (Kwun Town District), Hong Kong’s poorest and most densely populated district, is currently undergoing a transition to become the second CBD. There are a set of socio-economic challenges faced by the underprivileged individuals during this urban regeneration process. This paper assessed opportunities within Kwun Tong that can potentially foster inclusive economic growth and promote an inclusive, smart, innovative CBD in Kowloon East, by first addressing the biggest barriers to inclusive economic growth, and then identifying pilot projects that have the potential to develop innovative solutions. Our assessments produced a research report and stakeholder map that focused on programmes that would help support an equitable workforce and small business developments in Hong Kong’s Kwun Tong/Kowloon East area Overall Background of Kwun Tong Kowloon East
  61. 61. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 61 Overview How can we better support equitable workforce and small business development efforts while promoting innovative solutions? Poverty Situation of Kwun Tong District (2017) Overview Poorest District in HK -Although Kwun Tong has the highest population of Elderly among all districts but there is much more… 648,541 District Total Population (2016) HK$13,500 - #1 lowest Median Monthly Income (2016) 109,300 (17.2%) Poor Population (2017) Poorest Poverty Rate District Rank (2018) 觀 塘 Source: 2016 Population By-census, Census and Statistics Department, HKSAR; General Household Survey 2018; Hong Kong Poverty Situation Report 2017 Industrial Development Mix use CBD2 1970s Today Future
  62. 62. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 62 Challenge in Kwun Tong District Energizing Kowloon East Initiative (The Surge in Supply of High Grade Offices for future CBD2).
  63. 63. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 63 Opportunity in Kwun Tong District Energizing Kowloon East Initiative (The Surge in Supply of Residential and Commercial Area) RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL (Take retail as an example) Current 659,000 Private and public residential flats 5 million sq. ft. Retail Footprint (Gloss Floor Area) By 2026 754,000 Private and public residential flats 13.2 million sq. ft Retail Footprint (Gloss Floor Area) Expected to serve 1.1 million of the city’s workforce (31%) Hong Kong’s largest retail sub-market Source: Kowloon East, Hong Kong’s CBD 2.0, CBRE Research, 2017; EKEO, HKSAR
  64. 64. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 64 Southeast Asia S o u t h e a s t A s i a Indonesia Bandung, Indonesia (印尼萬隆市) Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia (印尼登巴薩市 (峇⾥島)) West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia (印尼⻄努沙登加拉省) 1 2 3 2 3 1 z
  65. 65. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 65 Tourism Development Board and Indonesia Creative City Network Bandung, Indonesia Bandung With many intitiatives driven by the city’s young demographic, Bandung hists a variety of workshops, conferences and festivals all encouraging the development of creativity, prototypes and product design in particular. In facr, 56% of Bandung’s economic activities are design-related, with fashion, graphic design, and digital media being the top three subsectors in the local creative economy. The acceptance of Bandung to the UNESCO Creative Ctiies Network (UCCN) in Desember 2015 is a challenge to actually optimise the city’s creative potentials and Increase the well being of its people. 2.490.386 Total of Bandung Population in 2018
  66. 66. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 66 Bandung Tourism City Various attractions become the reason for travellers to settle in the city of Bandung. Being in the highlands, qualified educational qualities, arts and cultural centers, and relatively low cost of living are some of the reasons why many people want to settle in the city of flowers. In addition, there are many affordable tourist destinations. A total number of 8.4 million local and foreign tourists visited Bandung throughout 2019. Bandung city is like a paradise for the food lovers, Bandung stores and offers a variety of delicious and tasteful culinary, ranging from traditional to international cuisine. Variety of food are served ranging from street snacks, taverns, to restaurants. million local and foreign tourists visited Bandung throughout 2019 8.4 million 51,96% 51-45 years making the city full of youthfull energy and dynamics Bandung Population in 2018
  67. 67. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 67 Bandung is one of the historical cities in Indonesia. There are at least 1866 cultural heritage buildings in Bandung City. Many buildings employing Art Deco variations still exist in Bandung, Art Deco is a popular design style of the1920s and '305 characterized especially by sleek geometric or stylized forms and by the use of man-made materials. Bandung Heritage City Cultural Heritage 1866 buildings in Bandung City There are at least
  68. 68. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 68 Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia 印尼登巴薩市(峇⾥島)) Smart City Planning Department, Mayor Office https://www.denpasarkota.go.id/ DENPASAR CITY GOVERNMENT Bali Island
  69. 69. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 69 Mobile Apps PRODENPASAR makes easy citycitizens to access information such as online complaints, CCTV, vacancy info, and administrasions so that can support the work and economics activity. 10.000 more have been installed Reporting data is integrated with population data from the Central Admininduk
  70. 70. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 70 Complaint monitoring reports through SP4N LAPOR in DAMAMAYA SMART GOVERNMENT PLANNING-BUDGETING- MONITORING INTEGRATED SYSTEM • DENPASAR PLANNING • SIPKD BUDGETING • MONITORING 7 EVALUATION SYSTEM “KARMA SIMANIS” • E-PERFORMANCE ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE ONLINE COMPLAINTS ONLINE DEATH BENEFITS TARINGDUKCAPIL Denpasar Intergrated Virtual Office System 32.026 Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises 2019 TOURIST VISITS 2017 : 1.164.260 2018 : 1.929.910 522.661 Number of Coopera�ves CHARACTERISTIC, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES OF DENPASAR CITY Area 12,778 acre / 127,78 Km2 4 Districts (27 Village & 16 Sub-district) Total Popula�on : 947.166 people Growth rate : 4,28% 30% source of income from the tourism sector and culture PDRB (Gross Regional Domes�c Product): Rp. 36,16 Trillion The rate of economic growth 5,84 % DENPASAR CITY as as center of : Government Educa�on Business Art & Culture CHALLENGE : 1. Narrow field 2. Popula�on a lot 3. Limited natural resources 4. global compe��on 5. Covid Pandemic 19 OPPORTUNITY : 1. Many Human Resources 2. Community based economy 3. Culture as the founda�on of development 4. Synergy between cuatomary ins�tu�ons and related agencies 2019 : 2.166.192
  71. 71. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 71 ONLINE PUBLIC SERVICES As a support for the applica�on of physical distacing in the era of the Covid-19 pandemic in the City of Denpasar, such as Capil services, Online Curhat services, licensing services, electronic cer�ficates from Kelurahan Villages, tax reports, and complaint reports 54 Online Services SIDARLING A waste savings system that connects the government, the business world (Waste Bank) and the community in the environment to reduce plas�c waste as well as providing rewards from the government / private sector for special services DHARMANEGARA ALAYA (DNA) Crea�ve house to fully support the development of work and innova�on of millennials for crea�vity and becoming new entrepreneurs during the pandemic which is managed by BKRAF Denpasar DENPASAR FESTIVAL ONLINE In the pandemic era, The Denpasar Fes�val was held online which is the largest and longest fes�val in Indonesia The local wisdom management system in realizing community discipline in implemen�ng health protocols by involving the lowest levels of government, namely villages / lurahs including tradi�onal villages, hamlets and the environment. Supported by 2 main applica�ons of Safe City and the Village Portal of the e-Sewaka Dharma Village JAGA BAYA Digital Transformation In the Pandemic Era 189 Events 407 Crea�ve community 721 Small & medium enterprises register 35tradi�onal village 43village, sub-district 433head of neighborhood, hamlet ONLINE PAYMENT IN TRADITIONAL MARKETS To minimize crowds and support the applica�on of physical distancing in the era of Covid 19 pandemic, the market in Denpasar has implemented online payments both through QRIS, GOPAY, OVO in collabora�on with BPD Bali & GOJEK. 50 Tradi�onal Markets 407 130Garbage Bank 20.872Ac�f customers 366jtTotal balance
  72. 72. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 72 West Nusa Tenggara 4.9 Million Total Population Smart City Planning Department, Regional Office 2.5 Million 249 3.23 Million 2.4 Million Female Male Person per Square km (2018) Ages 15-64 (2018) Population Density Productive Age Area : 49.312,19 KM² Topography : Kepulauan, Dataran Rendah, Pegunungan dan Pantai. Island : 280 islands (38 habited islands).
  73. 73. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 73 RENCANA POLA RUANG WILAYAH PROVINSI NTB Peraturan Daerah Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Barat Nomor 3 Tahun 2010 Tentang Rencana Tata Ruang Wilayah Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Barat Tahun 2009–2029 (Dalam Tahap Revisi) - Permanent Produc�on Forest - Limited Produc�on Forest Intended for agricultural cul�va�on, planta�ons and animal husbandry. 427,125 Had been designated as Sustainable Food Agriculture Area (KP2B) MENDORONG PENINGKATAN NILAI TAMBAH SUMBERDAYA ALAM RENCANA LUAS KAWASAN Capture fisheries in marine waters and seawater and brackish water aquaculture. Metal mineral, non-metal and rock mining areas inside the Mining Area (WUP, WUPK, and WPR) Zones for large and medium-sized industries developed in the form of food, cosme�cs and pharmaceu�cal industries, upstream meters, oil and gas-based chemicals, tex�les, leather, and various industries. Production Forest Area (453,937 Ha) Agricultural Area (609,874 ha) Industry Establishment (8,706 Ha) Protected Forest Area Conservation Forest Area Fishery Area (2,266,520 Ha) Mining Area (2,314,656 Ha) Consistently beats national economic growth in 2014-2017 PDRB growth of 25.3%from Q1-2014 to Q1 2018, the highest among 34 provinces HDI Indexʼs growth of 8.9% from 2010- 2017, the highest among 34 provinces 5.02 4.79 5.02 5.06 6.15 5.62 5.71 7.1 2014 2015 2016 2017 NASIONAL NTB 0.0% 5.0% 10.0% 15.0% 20.0% 25.0% 30.0% NUSATENGGARABARAT BALI PAPUA JAMBI KALIMANTANBARAT KALIMANTANUTARA DKIJAKARTA BENGKULU SULAWESI SELATAN NUSATENGGARATIMUR KALIMANTANTENGAH KEP.RIAU SULAWESIUTARA LAMPUNG GORONTALO BANTEN SULAWESITENGGARA SUMATERABARAT MALUKU UTARA SUMATERAUTARA 34PROVINSI SULAWESIBARAT JAWA TIMUR SULAWESITENGAH JAWABARAT PAPUA BARAT DIYOGYAKARTA JAWATENGAH KEP.BANGKABELITUNG KALIMANTANSELATAN SUMATERASELATAN KALIMANTANTIMUR MALUKU ACEH RIAU PDRBgrowth, Q12014-Q1 2018 0.00% 2.00% 4.00% 6.00% 8.00% 10.00% NUSA TENGGARA BARAT PAPUA NUSAT ENGGARA TIMUR SULAWESI BARAT SULAWESI TENGAH JAWA TIMUR LAMPUNG BENGKULU JAMBI MALUKU UTARA GORONTALO KALIMANTANBARAT JAWA BARAT SUMATERASELATAN KALIMANTANSELATAN JAWA TENGAH SULAWESI SELATAN INDONESIA MALUKU KEP.BANGKA BELITUNG BALI SUMATERABARAT SULAWESI TENGGARA KALIMANTANTENGAH BANTEN PAPUA BARAT SULAWESI UTARA KALIMANTANTIMUR ACEH SUMATERAUTARA DKIJAKARTA D.I. YOGYAKARTA KEP.RIAU RIAU HDI Growth 2010-2017 NTB is the fastest growing region in Indonesia
  74. 74. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 74 LOMBOK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Perpanjanganrun way 500 meter. Aksesibilitas dan peningkatan kargo. Perluasan apron & pelebaran taxiway BY PASS BIL-KUTA Panjang 17,39 km right of way (row): 50 meter Jumlah jalur & lajur = 4 jalur & 6 lajur Underpass/overpass: 10 lokasi Jembatan : 1 lokasi PELABUHAN GILI MAS Dermaga : Cruise & Petikemas Area Dermaga 26 M x 440 M Area Jetty Bridge (JB) Target penyelesaian: 18 Januari World Bank memberi dukungan melalui proyek ITDP untuk pembangunan infrastruktur pendukung Mandalika MANDALIKA DESTINASI SUPER PRIORITAS MOTO GP 2021 PRODUCTION CENTER LOCATION MAP SHRIMP AND SEAWEED EKAS &SEREWE Luas areal : 2.433 Ha Pemanfaatan : 2.090. Ha KERTASARI Luas areal : 1.550 Ha Pemanfaatan : 780 Ha TERANO Luas areal : 5.650 Ha. Pemanfaatan : 2.883 Ha. KWANGKO Luas areal : 1.428 Ha. Pemanfaatan : 327 Ha. WAWORADA Luas areal : 2.317 Ha. Pemanfaatan : 896 Ha. Lb.MAPIN Luas areal : 3.637 Ha. Pemanfatan : 2.582,80 Ha GERUPUK &AWANG Luas areal : 835 Ha. Pemanfatan : 214,63 Ha. PENGANTAP Luas areal : 1.636 Ha. Pemanfatan : 644,16 Ha Kayangan,Bayan Luas areal : 147 Ha. Pemanfatan : 1,2 Ha Sekotong Luas areal : 1223 Ha. Pemanfatan : 434 Ha. PrayaTimur,Pijot Luas areal 1/ : 900 Ha. Pemanfatan : 389,5 Ha. Sambelia,Sakra, Keruak,Jerowaru Luas areal : 3.500 Ha Pemanfaatan : 443,2 Ha Pototano,Labuan LalarKertasari Luas areal : 1.966 Ha Pemanfaatan : 17.5 Ha Sanggar,Woha,Bolo, Palibelo, Sape, Langgudu,Monta, Luas areal : 4.998,5 Ha. Pemanfaatan : 1.721,3 Ha. Kwangko,Kilo, WojadanPajo Luas areal : 4.700 Ha. Pemanfaatan : 174,82 Ha. Alas, UtanRhee, LapeMaronge , MoyoUtara, Tarano, PlampangLunyuk danLabangka Luas areal : 4.700 Ha. Pemanfatan : 174,82 Ha Total produksi rumput laut tahun 2019 sebanyak 896.760,37ton Total produksi udang tahun 2019 sebanyak 166.482,08ton Luasan peruntukan kawasan budidaya laut di NTB adalah 72.862.833 (Perda 12 tahun 2017 tentang RZWP3K)
  75. 75. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 75 RAW AREA OF RICE FIELDS LAND IN NTBP. 234.542,38 Ha TOTALBAKU LAHANSAWAH 1.620,89 Ha 15.004,40 Ha 50.281,81 Ha 8.704,17 Ha 16.843,85 Ha 41.098,59 Ha LombokBarat LombokTengah KSB Dompu Bima 1.564,27 Ha 5.117,37 Ha 39.388,98 Ha 54.918,06 Ha Sumbawa LombokTimur KLU Mataram KotaBima P.Lombok : 111.356,82 Ha P.Sumbawa : 123.185,52 Ha LOCATION MAP ORIGINS OF FORESTRY INDUSTRY MeningkatkanNilai TambahProduk, Pemberdayaanmasyarakatsekitar hutanmelalui usahaproduktif Pengelolaan hutan lestari Pendapatan Daerahdan Negara
  76. 76. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 76 City Government of Manila Metro Manila (District 3), The Philippines (菲律賓⾺尼拉⼤都會) Philippines 1 Metro Manila District 3, Philippines Southeast Asia S o u t h e a s t A s i a 1
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  79. 79. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 79 Sri Lanka South Asia S o u t h A s i a 1 1 Sri Lanka (斯⾥蘭卡科倫坡市) Presenter: Urban Development Authority and Tourism Development Authority Urban Development Authority (UDA) is under the Ministry of Urban Development and Housing responsible for planning and implementation of Economic social and physical development of the Sri Lanka. The UDA also promotes integrated planning and implementation for the economic, social, environment and physical development of the declared urban areas. Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority (SLTDA) is the government authority tasked with planning, development, regulation, and policy implementation of tourism and related industries.
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  82. 82. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 82 Key Knowledge Program Session
  83. 83. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 83 Conference Design Future City Summit is designed with a flow of knowledge to action transformation and a commitment process. Through a series of thought discussion and learning with keynote sessions (fireside chats), panel sessions, and then sharing of best practices FCS cultivates a cross-sectoral multi-stakeholder development and partnership model for emerging Asia. Commitment to 2030 Fireside Chat Panel Session Master Class Roundtable for Emerging Future Cities Network Thought Discussion Best Practices and Learning Commitment for Better
  84. 84. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 84 Opening Address 16th December 2020 09:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. HKT and GMT +8 Homecoming: the city with psychological resilience Sponsors Host
  85. 85. The founders of the Good City Foundation will kick start by welcoming our delegates, alumni and partners to celebrate together the 5th anniversary of Good City Foundation (formerly known as Future City Summit). This is also an important occasion to present how we understand the resilience of Hong Kong after stressful/traumatic events and set it as an example for other emerging cities in a conference context. Andre Kwok Lawrence Yu Li Ka Shing Foundation Scholar Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy Founder & Chairman Good City Foundation Hong Kong SAR Schwarzman Scholar, Tsinghua University Director of Future City Summit Good City Foundation Founding President Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme Scholars Association Hong Kong SAR IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 85
  86. 86. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 86 Keynote I 16th December 2020 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. HKT and GMT +8 Moonshot of Hong Kong, and Good Cities Diplomacy of Asia and the Emerging World Sponsors Host
  87. 87. Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 87 Zabrina Lo MODERATOR Associate Features Editor Tatler HK Hong Kong SAR Stephen Phillips Director General Invest Hong Kong Hong Kong SAR Housing nearly 70 million population, the Greater Bay Area of Mainland China holds one of the world’s largest regional economies and Hong Kong is positioned to provide renovated strategic values. Riding on the latest launch Hong Kong Policy Address 2020 by the Chief Executive Carrie Lam, “Hong Kong Model” is being renovated to consolidate and enhance its regional and global financial hub by expediting the implementation of the Greater Bay Area wealth management connect scheme and actively developing ESG-linked financial products such as Real-Estate Investment Trust(REIT), Sustainability-driven Private Equity(PE) and Family Offices(FOs). Along with the Smart City Blueprint 2.0, Hong Kong also strengthens accommodation of Pre-profit Biotech companies to be listed in Hong Kong, to fight against COVID-19 and post-pandemic economies. Multiple other long-term development schemes, International Aviation Hub, Shenzhen Innovation and Technology Zone at the Lok Ma Chau Loop and others would be constructed to rebuild infrastructural elements of “Hope” among the businesses, technologists, scholars, residents and lovers of generations in Hong Kong.
  88. 88. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 88 Frontier Urban Economic Planning Outlook on Asia The Next Generation of Humanity, Capitalism, and Planning for Good Sponsors Host 16th December 2020 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. HKT and GMT +8
  89. 89. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 89 Saibal Das Chowdhury Founder Urbanetic Singapore Karuna Gopal President Foundation for Futuristic Cities India Dwinita Larasati Founder Indonesia Creative Cities Network (ICCN) Indonesia Richard Hsu Founder Pan-Asia Network Mainland China Dr. Eric Li Associate Professor The University of British Columbia Canada MODERATOR With the surge of impact brought by the pandemic, economic shift and dividing inequality gap among cities, are we seeing different flaws and consequences brought by the insufficient city planning in the last century? Now that we have learnt more about our cities through big data, cross- disciplinary policies and designs with social experiments and rising awareness of humans, are we able to rewind the clock, and retrofit our cities to be more liveable, sustainable and resilient in the long run? The session Post-Pandemic Urban Economic Planning Outlook in Asia gathers a wide range of designers and engineers from different parts of Asia to share their latest viewpoints of urban economics planning in Asia. Together with the post-pandemic impact to urban development and the livelihood of the underprivileged, where has gone wrong in our cities? The knowledge and insights would be crystalised together with the session co-host to issue a brief insight publication for open learning among the other designers, planners and architects community. Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  90. 90. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 90 Master Class I Integrated Urban Economics Planning 16th December 2020 02:00 p.m. - 03:20 p.m. HKT and GMT +8 Reinvent Resilience through Social Innovation and Three Zeros Sponsors Host Co-Host
  91. 91. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 91 Tazin Shadid CEO YY Ventures Bangladesh Shadman Sadab Director of PPP By Youth Good City Foundation Bangladesh Master Class in Integrated Urban Economics Planning is a series of development economics workshops in Future City Summit 2020 with selected development partners in the regions of Africa, South Asia and Southeast Asia to distillate and crystalise knowledge and experience of pandemic shocks and our entrepreneurship responses. In the Master Class I: Integrated Urban Economics Planning “Reinvent Resilience through Social Business and Three Zeros”, the workshop will provide deeper knowledge and case studies on the social business and social innovation domain. Facilitated by YY Ventures, the Master Class will share insights about the framework of building a social business, difference between social business and social enterprise, impact of social business for building a resilient world and the idea of creating A World of Three Zeros. Coined by Nobel Peace Prize Winner Professor Muhammad Yunus, A World of Three Zeros is the idea of building a world of zero poverty, zero unemployment and zero net carbon emissions. The workshop will share how YY Ventures has been incubating social ventures based on the principles of “The Three Zeros” in application of urban economics planning in emerging South Asia and the rest of the world, as well as the post-pandemic social innovation financing and fund-raising strategies to align with the global post-pandemic development agenda. Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  92. 92. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 92 Victoria-side Chat Sustainability, Environment and Humans 16th December 2020 03:30 p.m. - 04:30 p.m. HKT and GMT +8 Reinvent Resilience through Social Innovation and Three Zeros Sponsors Host Co-Host
  93. 93. MODERATOR Dr. Winnie Law Deputy Director & Principal Lecturer Centre for Civil Society & Governance of HKU Hong Kong SAR IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 93 Natalie Chung Laurel Chor With daunting figures of wildlife loss, unlimited information of the rise of sea level and diverse awareness campaigns, sustainability has integrated into our lives from recycling, BYOB to the change of diet. Just as how the concept of sustainability has enriched our understanding of remedial actions we can take, environmental activists being at the frontiers are also experimenting in their own endeavours: from pioneering a shift in diet and lifestyle, bringing forth the beauty of wildlife through local eco-tourism, to rolling up sleeves calling for actions in an elementary school and bringing environmental protection an item into the agenda of local community forum. In this session, our inspiring speakers who represent three different generations of Hong Kong will share how they envision Hong Kong in the next 50 years, their journeys and reflections in manifesting such visions. Bobsy Gaia Co-Founder and Director of V'air Member at Council for Sustainable Development Hong Kong SAR Freelance Visual Journalist Founder of Hong Kong Explorers Hong Kong SAR Founder Of Mana! Hong Kong SAR Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  94. 94. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 94 Panel Session Ia Land & Affordable Living 16th December 2020 05:00 p.m. - 06:30 p.m. HKT and GMT +8 Maximising the “value” of land: exit plan for Hong Kong’s housing crisis? Sponsors Host Co-Host
  95. 95. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 95 Dorothy Lam Co-Founder & Chief Catalyst Dream Impact MODERATOR Dr. Tat Lam Clement Tien Kitman Mok Founder & CEO Shanzhai City Hong Kong SAR CEO Arical Hong Kong SAR Director Kwai Hung Group Hong Kong SAR Hong Kong is the world’s most expensive place to buy property. According to UBS’s Real Estate Bubble Index, it rates Hong Kong with the highest risk of a housing bubble as well as the highest price-to-income ratio, forcing urban dwellers to move to satellite towns or micro-properties within city centers. With the rise of blockchain technologies for tokenization and AI for spatial analysis, can we utilise these technologies in a human and community-centric way to empower private & public stakeholders to create affordable solutions for lower income groups for upward mobility and a better living environment? Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  96. 96. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 96 Panel Session Ib 16th December 2020 05:00 p.m. - 06:30 p.m. HKT and GMT +8 Art, Culture, and City As a Memory Sponsors Host Co-Host
  97. 97. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 97 Karl Kongkham Managing Director Warner Music Thailand Thailand Chiko Wirahadi Founder Sun Sang Bamboo Village Indonesia Lee Williamson Editor Generation T Asia Hong Kong SAR Alvin Yip Founder and Curator Circus Tram: the Social Club Hong Kong SAR MODERATOR If the city that we all live in serves a great deal of memory, it shall be a compose of art, culture and all sensations of humans and environment. Against the industrial stereotype of technological removal of human touch, it takes artisan senses and designer hearts to cook the culture and memory with right technology that makes humanity matter. These values and vehicles of cultures especially hold a crucial role in defining our memories and histories in the time of challenges and pandemic. It tells a story of a generation of Asian. The following panel in “Art, Culture and City As a Memory” gathers designers, creative directors, and architects to share their perspectives of values of arts and culture in their cities. How do we strike a set of principles to preserve culture and memory of a city, and how shall we balance the values of technological impact and the roles of humanity? Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  98. 98. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 98 Panel Session Ic Future Workforce, We Position Our Curve 16th December 2020 05:00 p.m. - 06:30 p.m. HKT and GMT +8 Grassroot communities of resilience and evolutionary purposes Sponsors Host Co-Host
  99. 99. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 99 Jeffry Andrew Social Worker Christian Action Hong Kong SAR Sonalie Figueiras Founder Green Queen Media Hong Kong SAR Jeff Rotmeyer Founder and CEO ImpactHK Hong Kong SAR Jan Smejkal Ex-Director Startup Grind China & APAC Shenzhen Jessie Huang Curator Impact Circless San Fransisco MODERATOR A top-down approach is commonly applied to building a resilient city in Asia. Hong Kong, however, with an active civil society, shows a unique bottom-up approach with the citizen-led movements for change fueled by entrepreneurial energy and a sense of collectiveness. A grassroots community co-created with ordinary citizens takes a serious commitment to members’ shared vision, values, or interest to sustain and upscale. By creating a sense of belonging and a collective identity, these communities usually boost individual resiliency, which then creates ripple effects that impact the whole and those surrounding them. How can a grassroots community support both individual and collective evolution? What does it take to share the risk of building a project, a business, or even a movement to achieve a meaningful goal for society? How can we design next-generation networks that are resilient and future proof? In this session, you will join the discussion with four influential grassroots community builders and opinion leaders in Hong Kong, who emerge from the grassroots to unite people for movements that build the soul and brand of Hong Kong. Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  100. 100. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 100 Panel Session Id 16th December 2020 05:00 p.m. - 06:30 p.m. HKT and GMT +8 Sustainability, Environment, and Humans Sponsors Host Co-Host Supporting Organisation
  101. 101. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 101 Gonzalo Portellano Head of Portfolio Design Asia Pacific, JLL Hong Kong SAR Ryan Jin Lead (Smart Cities and Future Mobility) EcoLabs Centre of Innovation for Energy, NTU Singapore MODERATOR Max Song CEO Carbonbase Mainland China The post-pandemic world implies a deeper connectivity between human and nature than ever. Resilience of human society and natural environment at sustainability has become the fundamental core benchmarking for business, investing, policy design and education. The larger movement begins with the new normality of urban planning and the way we consume and conserve our natural resources, meaning energy, materials and space. The following panel of Sustainability, Environment and Humans looks into a larger imagination of cities and environment where the pandemic has taught us, especially in the case of energy planning in the rapidly urbanised cities. What shall be the new or reinforced principles of sustainability and resilience measurement in business, policy and governance? Colin Tam CEO Crystal Vision Energy Ltd Hong Kong SAR Christie Fernandez Founder and CEO Sooorya Singapore Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  102. 102. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 102 Digital Experiental Tour at Sham Shui Po District, Kowloon, Hong Kong Bottom of the Pyramid Co-Hosts Sponsors Host 17th December 2020 10.30 p.m. - 01.00 p.m. HKT and GMT +8
  103. 103. The second day will begin with a deep-dive into one of the most iconic neighbourhoods in Hong Kong in a well-curated guided tour. The virtual tour experience will offer participants a chance to walk into the everyday lives of the local dwellers in that area, understand and rethink the different social issues from a flipped perspective as insiders. Your virtual experience will include: • Understand grassroot living style • Experience the living condition of the underprivileged • See the Sham Shui Po cityscape from bird eye’s view • Understand existing housing solutions • In dialogue with a local NGO serving the homeless & grassroots. Why Sham Shui Po, any particular interest in this neighborhood among all others in HK? Sham Shui Po is one of the districts in Hong Kong facing complex social issues. On the other hand, its unique cityscape of parallel histories creates a fascinating experience for visitors. Bottom of The Pyramid About Kaifong Tour Kaifong Tour is a social enterprise dedicated to promoting community engagement in Hong Kong. We provide alternative and experiential learning experience catered for schools, corporates and non-governmental organizations. With guided tours, community docent training, community exploration workshops and other community projects, we wish to bring forth a first-person perspective of a Kaifong to community lovers, educators and people from all walks of life, so that they will start to explore and appreciate the local communities, open up imaginations and reflect on various social issues. About Dream Impact Dream Impact is a socially-minded community located in Hong Kong where we aim to provide the right resources to socially-minded entrepreneurs. In the meantime, we help to bridge communities and opportunities across sectors to widen our community’s circle of influence and both scale and deepen social impact through supporting the growth of a spectrum of social startups, businesses and innovations. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 103
  104. 104. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 104 Master Class II Cities of the 2nd Tier; New Normal; New Shocks and New Resilience Sponsors Host Co-Host 17th December 2020 02:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m. HKT and GMT +8
  105. 105. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 105 Calvin Chua Founder Spatial Anatomy Singapore Retnam Shanmuga Board of Management E-Forum for Smart Cities Vietnam Master Class in Integrated Urban Economics Planning is a series of development economics workshops in Future City Summit 2020 with selected development partners in the regions of Africa, South Asia and Southeast Asia to distillate and crystalise knowledge and experience of pandemic shocks and our entrepreneurship responses. In the Master Class II: Integrated Urban Economics Planning “Cities of the 2nd Tier; New Normal; New Shocks and New Resilience”, the workshop would provide the latest food for thoughts and develop economics knowledge in urban economics planning. Pandemic shocks have been considered a long term impact to the socio-economic landscape not just in capital 1st tier cities but also the 2nd and 3rd tier cities in Southeast Asia due to the massive labor migrations and young workforce relocation to the provinces. The objectives of the workshop serve to analyze the economics of such demand and labor supply shock to the 2nd tier cities. The workshop encourages the participating entrepreneurs, technologists, investors and policymakers(town planners) to take reference of their own cities to rethink or transform the shocks into urban growth opportunities through advanced policy designs and public private partnership. Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  106. 106. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 106 Frontier Urban Economic Planning Outlook on Africa Afrofuturism Down The Road, Where Next? 17th December 2020 03:00 p.m. - 04:00 p.m. HKT and GMT +8 Co-Host Sponsors Host
  107. 107. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 107 Shem Ayegba PMP, CP3P-F Project Manager Prokyoor Limited Nigeria Isaya Yunge CEO Goodsam Technologies Tanzania Petrider Paul Diplomat African Union Youth Advisory Council Tanzania Jacob Afwata Managing Director McDan & Company Kenya Alexander Ljungström Managing Director Einar & Partners Netherlands MODERATOR The surge of Afrofuturism especially since the global release of Marvel movie “Black Panther” has aroused a deeper debate of the self-identity, future position and culture of youth in Africa. While entrepreneurship has become an economic means to propel from poverty level for African continent, the Black leadership movement has surged to a level of identifying how far the next generation of African youth and its diaspora can go. The special panel Frontier Urban Economic Planning Outlook on Africa will look into a dynamic conversation among young African scholars, entrepreneurs and government leaders. The dialogue aims to explore the latest thought and perspectives on the role of young African professionals and leaders in technology entrepreneurship and global policy development agenda. Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  108. 108. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 108 Keynote and Fireside Chat II Our Hong Kong, Where Does it Lead? Sponsors Host 17th December 2020 04.00 p.m. - 05.00 p.m. HKT and GMT +8
  109. 109. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 109 Prof. Rana Mitter Director of the University of Oxford China Centre University of Oxford UK MODERATOR Lawrence Yu Schwarzman Scholar, Tsinghua University Director of Future City Summit Good City Foundation Founding President Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme Scholars Association Hong Kong SAR Keynote II is aimed to explore how Hong Kong people recover and re-discover their city’s value following the tensions left behind after a series of “trauma”. Hong Kong is a unique city in many attributes (e.g., the environment, the capital, the culture, and the people), which differentiate Hong Kong from other cities in Mainland China. However, there have been lots of changes over the past few years (e.g., COVID-19, US-China trade war, and U.S. presidential election). The speaker will give a macro-view of how our city develops in an increasingly polarized world, and share three attributes our future leaders should possess in the new geopolitical landscape. Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  110. 110. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 110 Panel Session IIa Art, Culture, and City as an Entrepreneurship Cradle From Hub of Spice Trade to Global Lead in Tech and Entrepreneurship: Challenges and Success Stories from the South Asia Sponsors Host Co-Host 17th December 2020 05:00 p.m. - 06:30 p.m. HKT and GMT +8
  111. 111. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 111 Er. Bikash Gurung President Gurung Robotics Association of Nepal Nepal Vaibhav Gogia Founder Tailwind Partners India Usama Tauqeer Founder Aclan Pakistan MODERATOR Shadman Sadab Director of PPP By Youth Good City Foundation Bangladesh The Indian sub-continent has been a historical hub of trade and commerce. For centuries, businessmen and explorers from all across the world have ventured for South Asia to explore the region’s unique assembly of spice, cultural practices, art, cuisine, industries and people. Throughout the course of history, the region has been divided into nations like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and much more. But the sense of South-Asian-ness connects people throughout the region. Currently South-Asia has become a global tech hub. South Asian Innovations and Solutions have brought significant impact on other parts of the world. Home to a couple of tiger economies and some of the largest economies in the world, South Asia covers 5.2 million km2 which is 11.71 % of the Asian continent with almost 2 Billion resilient people living in the region. The panel discussion will explore the glorious past of South Asia, the potential future of the region, challenges to overcome and will define the meaning of “SouthAsian-ness” through discussion among entrepreneurs from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal. Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  112. 112. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 112 Panel Session IIb Urban Health Planning, Resilience 101 Sponsors Host 17th December 2020 05:00 p.m. - 06:30 p.m. HKT and GMT +8
  113. 113. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 113 Jessie Chung Founder Family Mask Hong Kong SAR Karen Lau United Nations Volunteer Hong Kong SAR MODERATOR Rohit Kumar Verma CUHK Public Health Graduate, HKU MBBS Final Year Student Host of TED Circles Hong Kong SAR Rebecca Choy Yung Founder and Chair Golden Age Foundation Hong Kong SAR Since the outbreak of Covid-19, all walks of leaders in the cities have strived to create initiatives or take professional emergency measures to respond to Covid-19. In response to the public health in the urban cities, it comes to the crucial engagement and preventive measures before the scenario goes further out of control. For entrepreneurs, how have they taken their enterprises beyond the pandemic since then? How could they use their resources to support other meaningful causes which are in need of attention in society? Young entrepreneurs can put their heads together in this session to discuss creative solutions to sustain their current operations, and create more value throughout and beyond the Covid-19 response period. Meanwhile, for medical professionals and policy planners, how would they respond collectively and in alignment with the private sector to ensure stability in the city and long- term sufficiency and consistency of public health planning, policy design and governance with digital technologies? The following panel aims to explore deeper the lesson learnt in Covid-19 and draw some new knowledge that long-term potential planning and response to the new normal and development of their own cities. The panel would be especially a centre of the Summit to crystallize public health emergency and preventive planning for reference of other emerging cities that are prone to other waves of pandemic in future. Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  114. 114. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 114 Panel Session IIc Future Workforce, We Position Our Curve Co-Host Sponsors Host 17th December 2020 05:00 p.m. - 06:30 p.m. HKT and GMT +8
  115. 115. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 115 Ben Yu Business Director Nanhai Corporation Ltd Hong Kong SAR William Chiu Head of Future Skills Asia Pacific, HSBC Hong Kong SAR MODERATOR Victor Kwok Head of Education and Youth Research Our Hong Kong Foundation Hong Kong SAR Brian Cheng CEO Generation Hong Kong Hong Kong SAR Pandemic shock, movements, global shift and disparity of economic landscape and inefficiency of digital transformation in all layers of society, are the multiple leading factors driving 2020 one of the most challenging years ever. According to a latest report by the International Labor Organisation(ILO), Covid-19 has caused the global labor working hours to fall 14 per cent during the second quarter of 2020, equivalent to the loss of 400 million full-time jobs. When much of our structural inequalities and city fragility are revealed at the time of the pandemic, how do we envision our future workforce to be part of the solution and what exactly does it take to build a workforce that is both agile and resilient to more uncertainties and complicated challenges? The following panel gathers a group of young leaders of different sectors in Hong Kong, and together we explore what is pressingly needed to be fixed in the system, how they see the shifting meaning of workforce in the future and most importantly, how the new generation of Hong Kong leaders, the 80s and 90s, can take a more proactive role to nurture such agile and resilient workforce in and for the future. Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  116. 116. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 116 Panel Session IId Sustainability, Environment and Humans by SustainHK Washing Away Our Pandemic Woes: Improving Water and Sanitation through Innovative Financing Sponsors Host 17th December 2020 05:00 p.m. - 06:30 p.m. HKT and GMT +8 Co-Host
  117. 117. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 117 Jack Sim Founder World Toilet Organisation Singapore Sikai Chen Senior Project Leader Tri-Sector Associates Singapore MODERATOR Johnson Kong Researcher Our Hong Kong Foundation Hong Kong SAR Sanjay Banka Executive Chairman Banka BioLoo Limited India Situated at the crossroads between environmental sustainability and health and hygiene is that issue that refuses to go away: Water and sanitation. With more than 2.2 billion people - almost 30% of the world’s population - lacking access to safe water, and twice as many to safely managed sanitation services, we face a fight against time to build a sustainable water and sanitation system that ensures equitable and just access that safeguards the lives of many. And COVID-19, beyond being a public health crisis, once again has us staring at the systemic water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) issues right in the face. Perhaps a silver lining throughout the pandemic is the increased attention that impact- focused projects and funding have gained, as a way to make use of global markets to bring about systemic change. Besides impact investing, the Development Impact Bond (DIB) has risen in prominence as an alternative option that delivers a more rigorous, sustainable and substantial impact to local communities affected by WASH issues. In this second panel within the Sustainability, Environment and Humans track, we will dive deep into the process of DIBs in the WASH context, and learn from investors and local partners on how synergies can take shape in local communities. From the experiences, lessons and challenges on delivering and assessing impact shared from both project owners and investors, we look forward to pushing the conversation forward on systematically improving WASH issues from the ground up. Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  118. 118. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 118 Planning For Good Cities Program Session
  119. 119. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 119 Chairman & Founding Partner Venturous Group. Jack Ma in Chongqing Smart China Expo shared about his latest vision of urban digitalisation for all in China. What's the secret sauce for rapid digital urbanisation and the principles of urban economics design? The engineer-turnt first- round angel investor of Alibaba, Benson Tam has a practical and implementable vision and theory to share. This might be the greatest lesson to learn as well for other emerging cities in Asia. Benson Tam Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  120. 120. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 120 G20 Summit 2019 has launched a special alliance namely G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance on Technology Governance, which specially focuses on the massive urban digital transformation across the globe with emerging cities. The Alliance is secretariat by the World Economic Forum and would be continuously connecting to cities in Asia and Africa for good. The following session has Yamin Xu from the Alliance and Project Lead in the World Economic Forum to share more the vision and the insights behind the movement. Yamin Xu Leader of China, Platform of Internet of Things and Urban Transformation, World Economic Forum. Learn The Studio Replay You will be directed to video link
  121. 121. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 121 Rushi leads the G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance, a flagship project managed by the World Economic Forum. Prior to joining the Forum, Rushi advised the UK Government on its national programme for digital transformation of local public services. Rushi led the strategy team at the UK’s preeminent institute for smart cities, the Future Cities Catapult. In that capacity Rushi devised smart city strategies for two of the UK’s four capital cities, while leading the Catapult’s thought leadership and global research on smart cities. Rushi holds a Masters degree in Economics and a Bachelors degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, both from the University of Oxford. Rushi Rama Smart Cities Lead, C4IR Japan / World Economic Forum
  122. 122. IMPACT REPORT FUTURE CITY SUMMIT 2020 122 Madu Thennakoon Colombo, Sri Lanka Aditya Dave Ahmedabad, India Augustine Chiryaeva Yakutsk, Russia Malith Senevirathne Colombo, Sri Lanka Dravisha Katoch New Delhi, India Darren O Connel Shanghai, Mainland China Karen Wang Mainland China Hamdi Hatu Ramallah, Palestine Bandu Osti Lamjung, Nepal Jeff Kong Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Kawin Koonvisal Bangkok, Thailand Hasan Daudpota Karachi, Pakistan Aayush Gupta Roorke, India Khun-glang Khun Khukuntin Bangkok, Thailand City Partner Lathika Chandra Mouli Singapore Tuan Anh Do Ha Noi, Vietnam

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