'Hong Kong after the First of July 1997'
Business and government leaders from Asia are meeting in Tokyo today to present their views on the region's future.
The conference will consider topics ranging from economic development and regional co-operation to regional security and Asian-style corporate management.
It also will focus on the current and future relationship between China and Hong Kong.
Singapore's Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew will present the keynote address on 'Hong Kong after the First of July 1997'.
He will be joined by Financial Secretary Donald Tsang Yam-kuen and the director of the Hong Kong-Macau Affairs Office, Lu Ping.
The business community will be represented by Lippo Group chairman Mochtar Riady, Hopewell Holdings chairman and managing director Gordon Wu Ying-sheung and Industrial Bank of Japan chairman Yoh Kurosawa.