On July 5, we revealed the 100 China honourees on the Gen.T List 2019 at an unveiling event at the Shanghai Edition Hotel.
The evening began with a private dinner for the 2019 honourees and Tatler Tribe members—a panel of industry heavyweights Gen.T consults to aid in the selection of the list. Tribe members at the dinner included Enita Pu, partner at Sequoia Capital China; LVMH China's Jonathan Romano; Chung To, founder and chairman of charity Chi Heng Foundation; and Qiao Zhibing, founder of art museum Tank Shanghai.
Tamara Lamunière, head of Generation T Asia, introduced the inaugural Gen.T Asia Summit, a leadership festival powered by Generation T that's taking place in Hong Kong this November. There was also a speech from Liao Qinan, CEO of Teach for China, which supports volunteer teachers working in rural areas of China. Qinan spoke of the upcoming CSR partnership with Gen.T, which will focus on an activation event that will harness the power of our community to enact positive change.
Previous Gen.T honourees and the wider community joined for the afterparty, where we revealed the China honourees on the Gen.T List 2019 for the first time.
Photo 1 of 14 Gen.T honouree Anny Fan
Photo 2 of 14 Tribe member Enita Pu and Tamara Lamunière, head of Generation T Asia
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Photo 4 of 14 Tribe member Ian Lin, Generation T Asia editor Lee Williamson, Tribe member Wang Hai and 2019 honourees
Photo 5 of 14 Honouree Zhao Chang
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Photo 7 of 14 Honouree Linda Wang and guests
Photo 8 of 14 Liao Qinan, CEO of Teach For China
Photo 9 of 14 The class of 2019
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Photo 11 of 14 The unveiling moment
Photo 12 of 14 Honouree Zhong Hua and guest
Photo 13 of 14 Polly Zhang, Tamara Lamunière and 2017 honouree Hao Hanzhen
Photo 14 of 14 Honouree Feng Wei