What is China proposing with respect to education, tourism, and cultural industries in its new Five-Year Plan? How may its plan to grow domestic talent and encourage scientific research in areas such as biomedicine impact the Canadian education industry? How might China’s new FYP impact the Canadian tourism industry in a post-Covid-19 era?
Robert J. Hanlon: Director, Canada and the Asia Pacific Policy Project; Associate Professor of Asian Politics and Human Security, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops
Wendy Therrien, Director, External Relations and Research, Universities Canada, Ottawa
Justin Downes, President, Axis Leisure Management, CCBC Advisory Board Member, Beijing
Sarah Gross, Trade Commissioner – Team Leader for Education, Trade Program, Embassy of Canada in Beijing
Q&A with Professor Eugene Thomlinson, Director of the School of Tourism and Hospitality, at Royal Roads University