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A hundred young Chinese leaders are in town for The Dragon Foundation's annual Dragon 100 Forum from 21-29 August. They are coming from the United States and Canada, from Australia and New Zealand, Mainland China, Europe and Southeast Asia. These young people have already made outstanding contributions in their own communities and have been chosen carefully from among many highly recommended nominees at academic institutions and business corporations both overseas and in Hong Kong. All of them come from ethnic Chinese backgrounds and have demonstrated a commitment towards building a better world.

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Dragon 100 delegates


Special young people
The Dragon 100 are gathering from North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific area this week to take part in the annual forum in Hong Kong and Shanghai. They already have outstanding achievements and clear leadership potential. The other essential qualification they share is their Chinese ethnic origin. We talked to a few of them and asked them about their expectations.

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Dragon 100 Forum: Opportunities in China: a vision for a shared future
The Inaugural Event takes place at 10am on the 22 August at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The Guests of Honour will be Mr Li Gang, Deputy Director of the Central People's Government Liaison Office and Mr. Stephen Lam, Secretary of Constitutional Affairs. Visit www.dragonfoundation.net for more information.

APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) Youth Plaza: Seoul, South Korea
17-25 August: 10 delegates nominated by the Federation's Youth exchange unit will attend this forum, organized by the National Council of Youth Organizations in Korea to discuss youth in the Cyber World.

11th Cathay Pacific International Wilderness Experience Project
26 August 2005: a report back session will take place at Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, for delegates who took part in last month's successful expedition.

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