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07:00 - 22:00 




(Meilan Airport, Haikou)


07:00 - 14:00  

BFA Golf Invitational 2007



(BFA ICC Golf Club, Dong Yu Island)


15:00 - 15:30

BFA AC 2007 Press Conference



(Oriental Theatre, 1st Floor, Sofitel Hotel)


16:00 - 18:00

21st Century Leaders Roundtable--- What Asia do We Want to Create for Future Generations?



(Dong Yu Grand Ballroom A, Level 1, ICC)



Co-Chairpersons: Michael Johnson, Member of Parliament, Australia

Songyee YOON, Vice President, SK Telecom


18:00 - 19:00

Welcome Cocktail Hosted by Hainan Provincial People's Government



(Foyer, BFA Main Hall, Level 2, ICC)


18:00 - 19:00

Cocktail Reception Hosted by SK Group



(Invitation Only, Pavilion, 2nd Floor, Sofitel Hotel)


19:00 - 20:30

Welcome Banquet Hosted by the People's Government of Hainan Province



(BFA Main Hall, Level 2, ICC)


20:45 - 22:15

Green Agenda for Real Estate Industry



(Dong Yu Grand Ballroom A, Level 1, ICC)


With rapid economic growth, real estate is also catching up quickly in Asia. However, the high-waste, high-energy-consumption and high-pollution approach to real estate development has brought about enormous pressures on environment and energy and run counter to the strategy of sustainable development and social harmony. The government encourages and the public aspires for the Green Real Estate featuring renewable energy, energy-saving, water-saving, raw-material-saving and environment-friendliness. Nonetheless, real estate developers, for their part, care more about the commercial viability and technology-readiness of the Green Real Estate while taking on corporate social responsibilities. Commercially unviable Green Real Estate is not sustainable itself. Can Green Real Estate generate enough economic returns so as to satisfy all parties concerned: the government, the public and real estate developers? Are technologies ready? What policy incentives have or will the government put in place to encourage the Green Real Estate?


Renovation of old cities, construction of new cities and urbanization of rural areas undoubtedly contribute to the rapid growth of real estate. Massive tear-down of old buildings to give way to blocks after blocks of modern skyscrapers has been condemned. However, how to preserve historic buildings, achieve the harmony of old and new buildings and protect the unique cultural and historical identity of a city remains a major challenge to the real estate industry. Have Asian countries identified some successful models in this aspect? What experiences/lessons can they learn from advanced countries?


Moderator: Pan Shiyi, Chairman, SOHO China Ltd.

Panelists: Ren Zhiqiang, President, Beijing Hua Yuan Group

Feng Lun, Chairman, Vantone Group

Ma Yansong, Chief Architect, MAD Ltd.

Maria Ko, President & CEO, Mako Group

Zhao Xiao, Professor, Beijing Science & Technology    University


21:00 - 24:00

Merrill Lynch Annual Cocktail Party



(Lobby Bar, 2nd Floor, Sofitel Hotel)



Source: Boao Forum for Asia


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