The American Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia is pleased to host.
Breakfast Discussion 24 March
"ASEAN after Sunnylands"
Ambassador Curtis S. Chin
Ambassador Curtis S. Chin is the inaugural Asia Fellow of the Milken Institute, and a former U.S. ambassador to the Asian Development Bank (ADB). From White House intern in the Reagan Administration through to his bipartisan service as one of the highest-ranking Asian-Americans in U.S. government, Curtis’s career has covered economic and development issues in the public, private and non-for-profit sectors. He now serves as a managing director with RiverPeak Group, LLC, assisting start-ups on Board and development issues. He is a regular contributor to media including the Bangkok Post, Japan Times, The Nation, Nikkei Asian Review, The New York Times, Project Syndicate, South China Morning Post and Wall Street Journal, among others and can also be viewed on BBC, Bloomberg TV, CNBC and CNN.
The Sunnylands Summit was a historic event - the first time a U.S. president hosted all ASEAN leaders on U.S. soil. Ambassador Chin will speak about the dynamics which lead to this meeting, the prospects for future U.S.-ASEAN relations, the ramifications of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and the challenges and opportunities facing Southeast Asia.
Please join us as Ambassador Curtis S. Chin, Milken Institute's Asia Fellow, gives his outlook for the ASEAN region post-Sunnylands.
Date: Thursday, March 24th
Time: 8AM to 9:30 AM
Registration begins at 07:30am
Location: Raffles Hotel - Le Royal Restaurant
For "ASEAN after Sunnylands" RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
by 5PM, Wednesday, March 23rd 2016