Mr Zhang Ke Ke (2nd from left), President of The Shenzhen-Hongkong Union For Promoting Science and Technology and Executive President of PKU-HKUST Shenzhen-Hongkong Institution, together with Dr Liu Zhiyong (Middle), Deputy District Mayor of Futian District People’s Government of Shenzhen Municipality visited ASTRI on 25 April 2017 and discussed with Dr Frank Tong (2nd from the right), CEO of ASTRI, Dr Meikei Ieong (1st from the right), CTO of ASTRI and Ms Eunice Cheng (1st from left), Head of Public Affairs about the possibilities of future co-operations between the two cities. The delegates also visited the R&D projects related to Financial Technologies in ASTRI.
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