Event Details

Join AmCham's Education Committee for our first-ever webinar. No surprise, we're going to be focusing on the impact of the COVID 19 epidemic on the education landscape in China. Employment (including immigration), the massive shift to on-line learning, force majeure, quarantine, etc. From pre-K to university sector, our two speakers, Sherry Gong and Jeffrey Wilson, bring rich experience/expertise to our topic. Please join us on 5 March, 10:30 am-11:30 am to hear expert views on these important matters. We'll have plenty of time for Q&A as well.


10:30: Opening

10:35: Presentations

11:05: Q&A

11:30: Adjourn

Webinar instruction:

After your registration is complete, you will receive an email with a link to "Go to the Webinar". Please click this link immediately to register and receive a new link and the meeting ID number, which will be used to join the webinar the day of.

AmCham Shanghai uses GotoWebinar software. If you plan on joining the Webinar through your mobile phone we recommend downloading the app from your preferred app store before the event.


  • Jeffrey Wilson (Counsel at JunHe)

    Jeffrey Wilson

    Counsel at JunHe

    Jeffrey Wilson is counsel in JunHe’s labor and employment practice group and is based at the firm’s Shanghai office. He has close to 20 years of experience advising employers in China. He speaks and writes regularly on China labor and employment issues.

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  • Sherry Gong (Partner at Hogan Lovells)

    Sherry Gong

    Partner at Hogan Lovells

    Sherry Gong is a partner of Hogan Lovells. Her practice focuses on government regulatory, commercial contracts, mergers and acquisitions, privacy and information management, and employment. She advised many multinational companies and organizations in cross-border transactions, especially in education, and telecommunications, media & technology industries.

    She represented more than 100 international educational clients for their operation and activities in China, including helping clients setting up joint venture universities, joint programs, subsidiaries or representative offices in China, online programs, counselling on Foreign NGO Law issues, advising on using complicated company structures and contractual arrangements for clients to enter into Chinese education markets and achieve their business needs.

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