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Royal Caribbean's China chief to keynote Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific

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Zinan Liu leads Royal Caribbean in China and Asia
Royal Caribbean's top man in China and Asia, Zinan Liu, is scheduled to deliver the keynote address at Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific in Hong Kong, headlining a panel of cruise line leaders at the state of the cruise industry in Asia session on Nov. 20.

Liu is vp China and Asia for Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.

Other state of the cruise industry in Asia speakers are Michael Hackman, evp cruise operations, Genting Hong Kong; Dominic Paul, svp international for Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Club Cruises and md RCL Cruises Ltd.; and Ann Sherry, ceo, Carnival Australia and chairman, Cruise Lines International Association Southeast Asia.

Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific announced the full roster of speakers for the Nov. 20-21 event, which includes sessions delving into the operating environment in Asia, a focus on China, how Asia will grow as a source market, cruise infrastructure across Asia, itinerary development, and shipbuilding and refurbishment in Asia yards.

Leading experts from cruise lines, cruise terminals, shipping agencies, ground handlers, shipyards, port authorities, analysts, retail groups and tour operators are among the speakers.

Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific will take place at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre.

The event is owned and organized by UBM in partnership with Seatrade. Official event partner is the Hong Kong Tourism Board.

 

 

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