CEO of Development Reimagined and former head of the Policy and Par
tnerships, the United Nations Development Programme, and Andreas Pier
otic, trade commissioner of Embassy of Chile in China. The four will also take questions after delivering their speeches.
China Daily’s Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Zhou Shuchun will open the event with a welcome speech on April 27.
Vision China events have been previously held in Beijing, Hangzhou, Joha
nnesburg and London. The events have been broadcast live on internet and mul
timedia platforms, reaching an international audience, particularly young people.
This upcoming event will also be broadcast live on the China Daily website and
app, as well as China Daily’s account on Sina Weibo, Tencent Video, Toutiao, Bilibili, Facebook and Twitter platforms.
perty, unlike men, women showed stronger preference to those that were close to premium education resources and transport infrastructure.
The changing trend has to some extent affected the marketing strategy of some property developers. Liu Ce, research direc
tor of Kaisa Group Holdings Ltd, a Hong Kong listed property developer, said the look of the property, inc
luding interior design and views, was becoming an important factor, while location and price were less decisive.
“The gender gap in the workplace is shrinking. Thus more women are financially capable of buying properties on th
eir own, especially those living in first and second-tier cities,” said Pan Helin, an economic commentator.
He said as the divorce ratio remained relatively high, owning property provided a sense of security for women.
“Growing salaries of women professionals have changed their perceptions about marriage,” he added. “More
women have come to realize the importance of having their own place and gaining independence.”