This century belongs to Asia in terms of future growth and geopolitical influence in the world. The rise of China, India, Northeast Asia and Southeast Asia in the past 10 years gives credence to the statement. There is definitely potential to attain economic progress, but Asia needs to improve its education system, health system, financial system and continue to innovate so that it manage the uglier side of development such as social inequality, corruption and pollution. The World Bank and Asian Development Bank report huge challenges for Asia enterprises to adopt world class practices, for societies to change its attitude. Both government and corporate leaders must find new ways of leading the nations.This International Conference for Managing the Asian Century (ICMAC) series shares knowledge to develop and manage Asia. The keynote speakers and participants shall come from USA, UK, EU, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, India, China and all of ASEAN.