Public Comment for Synthesis Document until 4 Aug

Following the earlier call for initial input on the Outcomes Document of Macao 2015, the Drafting Team formed during APrIGF Macao 2015 has prepared a Draft 1 which incorporated comments received at the APrIGF event both onsite and remote, as well as comments received by 8 July from the online commenting tool.

This Draft 1 will be open for public comment until August 4, 2015 24:00UTC, and is expected to be further developed and finalized by the Drafting Team by August 14, 2015.

Please go to to give your input!

Final Call for Comments on the Outcomes Document (8 Jul)

Final Call for Comments on the Outcomes Document for Draft 0 by 8 Jul 2015 (Wed)!

It is glad to see that there are quite a number of inputs on the online commenting platform collected over the period of the conference which are very constructive and useful. After the 3 days discussion, there has been a rough consensus among the APrIGF Macao 2015 participants to move forward with the Outcomes Document and extend the comment period to further solicit a wider input on this open document before finalizing it.

A Drafting Team has therefore been formed to steer the development of this Outcomes Document which an initial meeting has been held to outline the structure of the document and also the timeline. The way forward is creating a Draft 0 by incorporating the collected comments online followed by another 1-month comment period.

We are now doing a final call out to any interested community members to join the Drafting Team. If you would like to be part of it, please contact [email protected] by 7 Jul(Tue) 2015.


Give us Feedback for APrIGF Macao 2015!

Thank you very much again for your participation in APrIGF Macao 2015! We hope you had enjoyed some fruitful discussions and met many new faces.

To make the future APrIGFs even better, your feedback is very valuable.

Please kindly help to fill out a feedback survey by 17 Jul 2015.

All the archives and photos will be uploaded to the event website later.

If you would like to continue the discussion and stay updates with the APrIGF community, please subscribed to [email protected] by sending in a subscription request.

We look forward to seeing you next year again!

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Updated Shuttle Bus Schedules!!

Shutte Bus Schedules(updated on 1 Jul)

From Holiday Inn @ Sands Cotai Central to Macau University of Science & Technology
(Pick up Time: 8:20; 8:[email protected] East Bus Lobby)

From Macau University of Science & Technology to Holiday Inn @ Sands Cotai Central
Pick up Time:
Day 1  – 18:[email protected] Building
Day 2 – 18:30; 19:[email protected] Building

Day 3 – 17:30; 18:[email protected] Building

For maps and directions, please refer to

Closing Plenary

15:30 – 16:20 Summary Reports by Rapporteurs


·       Enhancing Multi-Stakeholders Cooperation
by Ms. Duangthip Chomprang, Internet Society

·       Inclusiveness & Diversity
by Ms. Noelle de Guzman, Internet Society

·       Internet & Human Rights; and Internet Economy
by Ms. Sherly Haristya, Nanyang Technological University

·       Critical Internet Resources; and Emerging Issues
by Ms. Jennifer Chung, DotAsia Organisation

·       Cybersecurity & Trust; and Openess
by Mr. Klee Aiken, APNIC

Youth Internet Governance Forum

·       Delegate of Youth IGF

Outcomes Document Discussion

·       Mr. Paul Wilson, Director General of APNIC

·       Mr. Edmon Chung, CEO of DotAsia Organisation

16:20 – 16:40 Discussion / Q&A
16:40 – 16:45 2016 Local Host Presentation

·       Mr. Kuo Wei Wu, CEO of NIIEPA

16:45 – 17:00 Closing Remarks

·       Local Host of Macao 2015
Mr. Holmes Leong, CEO of HNET.Asia (MONIC)

·       APrIGF Secretariat
Mr. Edmon Chung, CEO of DotAsia Organisation

·       Youth IGF Organizer
Mr. Wilson Lam, NetMission Ambassador, NetMission.Asia

·       APrIGF Multi-Stakeholder Steering Group (Chair)
Mr. Paul Wilson, Director General of APNIC

Opening Ceremony

11:00 – 11:35 Welcome Remarks
·       Chair of Multi-Stakeholder Steering Group of APrIGF:
Mr. Paul Wilson, Director General of APNIC

·       Youth IGF Organizer:
Mr. Wilson Lam, NetMission Ambassador

·       Secretariat of APrIGF:
Mr. Edmon Chung, CEO of DotAsia Organisation

·       Civil Society Representatives
Ms. Bishakha Datta, Executive Director, Point of View

·       Government Representatives
– Mr. Wanawit Akhuputra, Deputy Executive Director of Electronic Transactions Development Agency (Public Organization), Ministry of Information and Communication Technology of Thailand; & Vice Chair of ICANN Government Advisory Committee (GAC)
– Mr. Hasanul Haq Inu, MP, Honorable Minister, Ministry of Information Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh

Local Host of APrIGF Macao 2015:
Mr. Holmes Leong, CEO of HNET Asia Limited (MONIC – registry of .mo)

11:35 – 11:45 Present Souvenirs and Photo Taking with Officiating Guests
Souvenirs presentation by Mr. Paul Wilson, APrIGF MSG Chair

·        Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Macao SAR (TBC)

·        Mr. Hoi Chi Leong , Director of Bureau of Telecommunications Regulation (DSRT)

·        Mr. Ma Chi Ngai, President of Administrative Committee of The Science and Technology Development Fund (FDCT)

·        Dr. Shuen Ka Hung, Director-General of Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Centre (CPTTM)

·        Representative of Dr. Lau Wai Meng, Director of Macao Postal Savings (CEP), Ms. Van Mei Lin, Chief of CEP

·        Representative of Dr. Kou Peng Kuan, Subdirector of Public Administration and Civil Service Bureau (SAFP), Mr. Chan Kai Man, Head of Information Technology Department

·        Representative of Mr. Jackson Chang, President of The Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM), Mr. Max Chang, Acting Assistant Manager

·        Representative of Prof. Liu Liang, Rector of Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST), Prof. Li Jian Qing, Program Coordinator of Faculty of Information Technology

·        The University of Macau (UM) (TBC)

·        Representative of Professor Lei Heong Iok, President of Macao Polytechnic Institute (IPM), Dr. Tang Su Kit, Lecturer of IPM

·        Mr. Sio Hon Pan, Curator of The Macao Science Center (MSC)

11:45 – 11:55 Present Souvenirs and Photo Taking with Sponsors
Souvenirs presentation by Mr. Edmon Chung, APrIGF Secretariat

·      Representative of Mr. Vandy Poon, Chief Executive Officer of Companhia de Telecomunicações de Macau S.A.R.L., Mr. Declan Leong, Vice President of CTM

·      Mr. Paul Wilson, Director General of APNIC

·      Mr. Lih Shiun Goh, Google

·      Mr. Rajnesh Singh, The Internet Society (ISOC)

·      Mr. Kuek Yu-Chuang, Vice President of The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)

·      Representative of Dr. Michael Choi, Chief Executive Officer of Mtel – Telecommunication Company Limited (MTEL), Ms. Rosa Leong, Chief Operating Officer of MTEL

·      Linus Pilot (TBC)

·      MANETIC (TBC)

·      (All other sponsors)

11:55 – 12:00 Present Souvenirs and Photo Taking with Supporting Organizations
·      Macao Computer Society (MCS) (TBC)

·      Computer Chamber of Macau (CCM)

·      Mr. David Leong, President of Open Source Software Association (OSSA)

·      Mr. Wong Iat Chio, President of Board Directors of Youth of Information and Technology Association (YITA)

·      Mr. Loi Man Keong, Vice President of Board Directors of Collective Wisdom Policy Center (C.W.P.C.)

·      Prof. Li Jian Qing, Treasurer of The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers of Macau (IEEE)

·      Mr. Choi Chin Chong, Vice President of Board Directors of Information Technology Association (ITA)

·      Mr. Tang Dong Fei, Vice President of Internet Society of Macao (ISM)

·      Singou (TBC)

·      Mr. Geoffroy Thonon, Principal Consultant of Macau Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre (MOCERT)

End of Opening Ceremony

Macao IGF (IPv6 & DNSSEC Workshop)


Invited Mr. Lento Yip, Chairman of the Hong Kong Internet Service Providers Association (HKISPA);

Mr. Pedro Silva, General Manager of Network Development & Project of Companhia de Telecomunicações de Macau, S.A.R.L. (CTM)

and Mr. Gordon Lei, Consultant at MTel Telecommunication Company Limited (MTEL)

for the deep discussion about technology and application of IPv6 & DNSSEC in Macao



Title / Topic




Conditions about IPv6 & DNSSEC within Hong Kong & Macao

Lento Yip[HKISPA]



Trend of using IPv6 more than IPv4

Pedro Silva[CTM]



IPv6 in the users’eyes

Gordon Lei[Mtel]



Exchange ideas with Discussion

[HKISPA] & [CTM] & [Mtel]



Q & A

[HKISPA] & [CTM] & [Mtel]