|Day 1, January 13 (Sat)|| Depart Canada for Hong Kong|
Day 2, January 14 (Sun)
| Arrive in Hong Kong |
Networking Lunch for Canadian delegates (cost-sharing @ approx. HK$400 or C$65 / PAX)
|Day 3, January 15 (Mon)|| Asian Financial Forum : Day 1|
|Day 4, January 16 (Tue)|| Asian Financial Forum : Day 2|
Reception to be hosted by Jeff Nankivell, Consul General of Canada in HK & Macau
|Day 5, January 17 (Wed)|| To Changsha, afternoon visit Dentons Group|
|Day 6, January 18 (Thur)|| Changsha Municipal CPPCC, Education Department|
Changsha People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries
|Day 7, January 19 (Fri)|| Changsha General Chamber of Commerce, Federation of Industry & Commerce,|
Chenzhou Chamber of Commerce
|Day 8, January 20 (Sat)|| To Shenzhen|
|Day 9, January 21 (Sun)|| Depart Hong Kong for Canada|
The tense moment during Trump's first trip abroad as President became the latest of Trump's handshakes to draw attention online. In February, Trump's lengthy handshake with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe -- along with Abe's animated reaction -- went viral.
Handshakes are a very big thing to this president, writes CNN's Chris Cillizza. Trump seems to view the handshake as a sort of battle of wills and a battle for power all wrapped into one.
In addition to the awkward Abe shake, Trump has foisted his unusual tug-and-pull style on other high-profile figures, including Vice President Mike Pence and Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch.