The 7th WCEC


Host Organisation: The Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia
Date: 27–30 July, 2003
Host City: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Theme: Unity and Integrity – For Global Growth and Prosperity
Participants: Over 3,000 Chinese entrepreneurs from more than 30 countries


(In Alphabetical Order)
CHAN Kong Choy
(Minister of Transport, Malaysia)
Globalisation: Dawn of a New World Economic Order
(Chair of Department of Asian Studies, Faculty of Foreign Studies, Nanzan University, Japan)
Roles and Contributions of Chinese Enterprises in World Economy
HUANG Mengfu
(Vice-chairman, Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference)
Chinese Entrepreneurs are Important Strength in Promoting the World Economic Development
Charles KAO
(Chairman & CEO of ITX Services Limited cum Former Vice Chancellor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Overseas-Chinese Entrepreneurship
KERK Choo Ting
(Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry, Malaysia)
K-economy: Future Direction of Chinese Enterprises
KOH Tsu Koon
(Chief Minister of Penang State, Malaysia)
Ascending Dragons and Leaping Tigers: Achieving a Global "Multiple Win" Synergy with reference to the ICT, E&E Industry
LEE Yee Cheong
(President-Elect, World Federation of Engineering Organizations)
Opportunities in Engineering and Technology for Chinese Enterprises in the K-Economy

LIM Guan Teik
(Chairman of the 7th WCEC Organising Committee cum President of the Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia)

Welcoming Address
LIN See-Yan
(Chairman & CEO, LIN Associates)
Mastering the New Realities in Turbulent Times: Lessons for Chinese Entrepreneurs
LIU Changle
(CEO, Phoenix Satellite Television)
Globalisation: Dawn of a New World Economic Order
MAHATHIR Bin Mohammad
(Prime Minister of Malaysia)
Opening Speech
(Chairman, SpringHill Management Ltd)
Opportunities in Biotechnology
WANG Gungwu
(Director of East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore cum Former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Hong Kong)
Is there a place for Confucian ethics?
Philip WONG
(First Vice-chairman, the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong)
Economic Growth of China Provides Development Opportunities for World Chinese Entrepreneurs
YANG Fujia
(Chancellor of the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom cum Former President of Fudan University, Shanghai, China)
Engines of Economy in the 21st Century