Caixin's first-ever Asia New Vision Forum goes to Singapore

Inaugural forum by Chinese financial news outlet to draw more than 200 C-level participants to discuss China’s interaction with the world.

Caixin Global will be the first China-based media outlet to host an international forum in the post-Covid era.
Caixin Global will be the first China-based media outlet to host an international forum in the post-Covid era. Photo Credit: Adobe Stock/Bigc Studio

Caixin Global will be hosting its first Asia New Vision Forum in Singapore in mid June. The event will be held at Marina Bay Sands, and is supported by the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) and the Singapore Tourism Board (STB).

Themed "Recalibrating the Compass", the inaugural conference will be the first international forum launched by a China-based media outlet in the post-Covid era.

The forum will take the pulse of current geopolitical, business trends and examine how collaboration can drive future innovations. More than 200 policymakers, C-level business leaders and scholars are expected to gather to discuss key topics such as China’s interaction with the world, economic development and cooperation, business innovation and climate change challenges.

Covering five major areas of economics and trade, finance, technology, governance, and ecology, the forum will explore more than 40 topics with global and especially Asian perspectives. Its mix of public and closed-door discussions is expected to offer a platform to exchange in-depth information, while fostering candid dialogues and close interactions.

“The first Caixin Asia New Vision Forum intends to establish a candid and influential platform between Asia and the world on the international stage. In the broader context of leveraging the rising growth of Asia post-Covid, China will embrace openness. Here in Singapore, the Forum will deliver more Asian voices to the world,” said Hu Shuli, chairwoman of Caixin Global. The Caixin Summit, she added, has held special Singapore tracks for the last three years, attracting widespread attention.

Welcoming the event, Singapore Tourism Board's chief executive Keith Tan said the forum will complement the strong pipeline of business events in Singapore, while Singapore Economic Development Board's managing director 
Jacqueline Poh believes China’s reopening makes this an opportune time for business leaders, policymakers and thought leaders from East and West to meet in person and engage in dialogue.

The Chinese financial news outlet has grown its branded conferences and summits in recent years, including the Caixin Roundtable overseas. Caixin conferences have expanded to countries and regions including the United States, Canada, Europe, Japan, South Africa, Argentina, and now Singapore.