C-100 Chairman Dominic Ng presents report of the 2012 C-100 U.S.-China opinion survey to President Ma Ying-jeou.
Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou hosted a group of Committee of 100 members in his office on November 7, attended by Committee Chairman Dominic Ng, Ronnie Chan, David Chang, Ta-Lin Hsu, Charles Kao, Howard Li, Paul Lin, Dazong Wang, and Ya-Qin Zhang. Among the topics discussed were the Committee’s U.S.-China Public Perceptions Opinion Survey 2012 and the outlook for cross-strait relations.
Committee members were in Taiwan in conjunction with the Tenth Global Views Business Forum organized by Charles Kao, Chairman of Commonwealth Publishing Company. This year’s summit with the theme, “Global Change and New Leadership - Balancing the Interests of Industry, Society and Government,” was attended by over 400 Chinese business leaders from the U.S., Taiwan, Hong Kong and China. C-100 Chairman Ng delivered opening remarks and praised President Ma’s cross-straits strategy. The Global Times recounts: “[Chairman Ng] said the peaceful development of cross-strait ties is in line with international expectations . . . He urged the delegates to share ideas about cross-strait business and academic exchanges at the summit.”
On November 6, David Chang, Ta-Lin Hsu, Charles Kao, Paul Lin, Dazong Wang, Ya-Qin Zhang, and C-100 Chairman Dominic Ng attended a meeting with Vice President Wu Den-yih at the Forum.