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Communists, Capitalists, Confucianists and Christians: Finding Basis for Consensus
Michael Schluter 

4 Nov 2016 (Friday) | 7pm-8:30pm | Rayson Huang Theatre, HKU

Michael Schluter has pioneered an international movement, called Relational Thinking, which proposes that organisations and public policy should have as their primary goal harmony across the different interest groups in society. As an economist professionally he recognises the importance of finance to the building of strong and sustainable society. Given the different worldviews which currently create tensions between Hong Kong and the Mainland and within the Mainland itself, this seminar will seek to demonstrate a practical way forward for Companies, Schools, Families and other institutions which could perhaps provide a basis for consensus.

Admission Free. Registration required.

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