CTBUH China Event

2021 CTBUH China New Year Talk: Future City

Friday, 22 January 2021 | Shanghai

CTBUH China holds a New Year Talk focusing on the theme "future city." The event, held at One Museum Place, Shanghai, also features the release of a CTBUH China Publication. The CTBUH China Board and several industry guests were invited to discuss topics such as planning, design, technology, and operation.

Scenes from the day

Event poster in the lobby
Registration takes place ahead of the CTBUH China event.
Attendees fill the meeting room.
CTBUH China Office Associate Director Jiaqi Qu delivers some opening remarks at the CTBUH New Year Talk.
Xiaomei Lee, Great China Executive Principle, Gensler, says a few words to open the event.
Panel Discussion: Planning and Design. Panelists (from left to right): Yi Zhang, Technical Director, Gensler; Bin Niu, Vice President, ECADI; Zhendong Wang, Professor, Tongji University; Ping Qian, Chief Architect, CCDI; Mu Li, Design Department Managing Director, Ping An.
Panel Discussion: Technology and Operation. Panelists (from left to right): Chris Cheung, Head of Property and Asset Management, East & Central China, JLL; Xiaomei Lee, Great China Executive Principle, Gensler; Jianping Gu, General Manager, Shanghai Tower; Xiaohu Liu, Vice Chief Engineer, CSCEC-Oversea; Jessica Zhao, Marketing Director, Carrier HVAC North Asia; Chunchao Li, Sales Director, Tianjin North Glass Industrial Technical Co., Ltd.
Attendees of the two panel discussions pose for a group photo.
Panel Discussion: CTBUH Chinese Book Release. Panelists (from left to right): Shasha Wang, Market Analyst, CTBUH; Bin Niu, Vice President, ECADI; Zhendong Wang, Professor, Tongji University; Yi Hu, Chief Editor, Tongji University Press; Xia Ai, Research Director, CCDI; Wenmei Wei, Vice President, CRTKL; Weiqi Wang, Associate, SOM.
Attendees of Chinese Book Release and book translators pose for a group photo.
CTBUH Chinese Book on display: Frontiers of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat: World Development and Best Case Studies.
Attendees socialize during the coffee and tea break.
Attendees enjoy a tea break with wine and fruit on offer.