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China's extraordinary economic boom is finally cooling and it's locked into a damaging trade war with the United States. Is the Chinese economic miracle grinding to a halt?

If so, what will be the impact on the global economy? Could it even trigger another financial crisis? What do China's slowing growth rate, high debt levels and struggling currency mean for the daily lives of its one billion people, for those in Hong Kong and around the world?

Global Question will be in Hong Kong on 25 March to discuss China and its place in the world in 2019.

If you would like us to take part send your questions to GlobalQuestions@bbc.co.uk a selection will be put to our panel of experts and if you're in Hong Kong, join us in the audience for the discussion. BBC News Chinese will also record an episode in Mandarin that you can take part in.

Our panel will include: Susan Thornton the former US Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Victor Gao Vice-President of the Centre for China and Globalization in Beijing, Parag Khanna Strategic global analyst on Asia and founder of FutureMap and Alvin Yeung leader of the Civic Party in Hong Kong.

Global Questions is broadcast on BBC World News Television and BBC World Service Radio English. Find us online here. You can email us on GlobalQuestions@bbc.co.uk for more information.

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