Integral Conversation
November 18-19, 2014
Shangri-La Hotel, Guilin
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The Integral is about understanding the philosophy and realms of existence, and searching for a new development model.
Form . Nature . Embodiment . Potency . Function . Cause . Relation . Effect . Rebalance . Complete Fundamental Whole .
The Integral Conversation provides an independent platform for thought leaders and experts from diverse fields to bring together their insights and perspectives on a range of topics in relation to sustainability including manufacturing, building and construction, products and technologies, culture and tourism and more. The dialogue will take place in Guilin, a city known for its well-preserved stunning landscape and waters. This location will provide a backdrop for the meaningful dialogues while allowing us to reflect on the future of sustainable development - how will we achieve economic progress in harmony with the environment and society?
Speakers
Doug Freeman
Chief Operating Officer, Patagonia
Feng Xiaocai
Professor of the Department of History, East China Normal University
Yin Xudong
Chairman, Novartis China
Liu Jiakun
Founder & Principle Architect, Jiakun Architects
He Dongquan
Program Director, Sustainable Cities Program, Energy Foundation China
Bob McKercher
Professor, School of Hotel and Tourism Management, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Samantha Fanshawe
President, 4 Deserts Race Series (RacingThePlanet)
John Cheh
Vice Chairman and CEO, Esquel Group
Frazer Mead
Head of Innovation and Quality, Far East, Marks and Spencer
Stanley Wong
Visual communicator
Hau Lee
Professor, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
Marjorie Yang
Chairman, Esquel Group
NOV 17th
Pre-conference dinner
NOV 18th
Industrial Practices
Urban Design
Supply Chain and Apparel Industry
Culture and Humanity
Sustainable Tourism
NOV 19th
Factory and City Tours
Industrial Practices
Urban Design
Sustainable Tourism
Factory and City Tours
17th
NOV 18th
19th
Pre-conference dinner
Supply Chain and Apparel Industry
Culture and Humanity