Seminar – Nansha Overall Plan: from Planning to Implementation

In June 2022, the State Council of China issued the “Overall Plan for Promoting Comprehensive Cooperation among Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao by Further Deepening Opening-up in Nansha District of Guangzhou” ( referred as “Nansha ...

HKMA Annual Conference: Leadership and Innovation in Turbulent Times

Organized by HKMA, one of the members of CCGHKC Service Centre, the Annual Conference: Leadership and Innovation in Turbulent Times will be held on 28th October 2022. The HKMA Annual Conference 2022 will examine the ...




Initiated by Mr Leung Chun-ying, the vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, the Guangzhou Municipal Government established the Consultative Committee on Guangdong-Hong Kong Co-operation (Guangzhou Nansha) (also known as the CCGHKC) in April 2021.



The CCGHKC is a high-level decision-making consulting organization dedicated to the development, opening up and construction management of the Guangdong-Hong Kong industry cooperation zone.



Adopting the G2B consultation model, with Hong Kong and mainland experts/scholars as it core members, the CCGHKC sets a new framework to explore collaboration between Hong Kong and mainland as well as to implement President Xi’s call for Hong Kong to actively participate in national governance.

CCGHKC Service Centre

In order to facilitate mutual cooperation and promote greater scope of exchange between Guangdong-Hong Kong, the CCGHKC set up a workstation in Hong Kong and a Service Centre on 6/F, Block 4, Innovative Bay, Guangzhou Nansha.

Occupying a space of around 10,000 sq ft, the Service Centre provides office space, shared conference facilities and multi-purpose areas to serve the Committee members in the Mainland and Hong Kong and Members of the Service Centre, namely non-governmental organizations that plan to have their base in Guangzhou Nansha to promote cooperation between Guangdong and Hong Kong.

Currently, there are 23 industrial, commerce and professional organizations have been invited to become members of the Service Centre.

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