How China’s Exponential Technological Disruption and Infrastructure Investment is Driving a Radical Transformation of the Future

  • 25 Oct 2018
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Gainey Ranch Golf Club at 7600 E Gainey Club Dr, Scottsdale, AZ 85258


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With  Nicholas V. Chen

Cocktail Reception: 6:00 pm
Dinner: 6:45-7:20 pm
Program begins:7:30 pm

Gainey Ranch Golf Club
7600 E Gainey Club Dr
Scottsdale, AZ 85258

Standard Registration: $65
Standard Registration (non-members): $80

Join us for dinner as we discuss the impact of China’s ongoing technological  and infrastructure investments with Mr. Nicholas V. Chen. 

Nicholas V. Chen is a managing partner of the Pamir Law Group (, an international law/business consulting firm based in Asia with offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Taipei. He is a 45-year China veteran who is a practical, street-smart client resource who designs, builds and protects sustainable businesses in Greater China. He has represented many international companies in China and supported the creation of many combined international China businesses operating abroad.

Born in NYC, Mr. Chen’s ancestral home is Jiangsu, Suzhou. He is a descendant of a scholar-literati family and is the fourth generation in his family to cross the Pacific for education/work. He earned his BA at Yale University (1979) and his JD from NYU School of Law (1982).

Topics of Discussion: 

  1. Lessons Learned/Case Studies: How China’s Belt and Road Initiative (“BRI”) is Transforming Global Infrastructure and Connectivity to Empower Indigenous/International Entrepreneurs to Create Jobs, Transfer Technology and Generate Wealth and Change the Future of Economic Development
  2. “Inside the Firewall: Chinese Private Entrepreneurs are Driving Exponential Technological Disruption that Will Transform Future Global Ecosystems and Business Dynamics”

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