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Silicon Valley China US Economic & Technology Forum

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Friday, October 26, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)

San Jose, CA

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Speakers

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Gao Zhansheng, Consul General of the People's Republic of China in San Francisco

Chuck R. Reed, the 64th Mayor of San José

 

Jerry Brown, Governor, California

 

Gavin Newsom Lieutenant Governor, California

 

Jim Wunderman, President, Bayarea Council

 

Bruce Pickering, VP, Asia Society

 

Darlene Chiu Bryant, Director, ChinaSF

 

Ben Chen, President, Chinese Enterprise Association

 


Agenda

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Registration Time: 9:30am - 10:00am  (entrance of Rotunda in San Jose City Hall)
VIP Reception Time: 4:30pm - 6:00pm

Parking information:
Please park your car at the parking garage at the intersection of Fourth Street and San Fernando. Check out the parking map. 

Event Introduction

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Chinese Enterprise Association of Northern California (CEA) has grown rapidly in recent years,

and currently has over 80 members representing various industries from China. We have members from

the telecom, IT, banking, ISP, venture capital, trading, and travel industries.


On October 26th, CEA will host its annual event, the ‘Silicon Valley China US Economic& Technology
Forum”. The goal of the Forum is to have representatives from 
both the Chinese and US governments,

economic and legal experts, as well as Chinese and US company representatives will come together to

discuss the present and future economy of US and China, cloud/ mobile technologies, investment planning

in the US, and investment opportunities in the biotech sector.


Event Contacts: registration@svcwireless.org

 

Speaker Biography:

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Gao Zhansheng, Consul General of the People's Republic of China in San Francisco

 Consul General GAO Zhansheng (Ambassadorial Rank) Biography

 2005-2007 Director General, Department of Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan Affairs,

 Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), PRC

 1999-2005 Deputy Director General

 Department of Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan Affairs, MFA, PRC

 1995-1999 Counselor, First Secretary, Embassy of PRC in the Kingdom of Netherlands

 1992-1995 Deputy Division Chief, First Secretary, Second Secretary,

 Department of West European Affairs, MFA

 1985-1992 Second Secretary, Third Secretary

 Embassy of PRC in the Kingdom of Netherlands

 1982-1985 Third Secretary, Attache, Department of West European Affairs, MFA

 1977-1982 Staff Member, Embassy of PRC in the Kingdom of Netherlands

 

Chuck R. Reed, the 64th Mayor of San José

On November 7, 2006, Reed was elected the 64th Mayor of San José. He was sworn into office

the following January by his daughter, Air Force Lt. Colonel Kim Campbell. As Mayor, he has

been committed to improving the quality of life in the city, boosting the public’s trust in local

government, and eliminating the City’s structural budget deficit.

During his first term, he successfully implemented his Reed Reforms, a comprehensive set of

policies that requires greater disclosure from elected officials toughens restrictions on lobbyists

and increases the role of citizens in San José government. Reed also launched his Green

Vision for San José: an ambitious 10-point plan to invigorate the economy and improve the

environment over the next 15 years. The Green Vision was unanimously adopted by the City

Council and more than 4,000 clean tech jobs have since been created in San José.

Reed was re-elected in June 2010 with a landslide 77% of the vote – a strong message of

support for his commitment to honesty, fiscal responsibility, and open government. His top

priorities during his second term are to: restore police services after a decade of budget cuts,

bring new jobs to San José, and implement much-needed fiscal reforms. In 2012, he successfully

pushed for a comprehensive set of pension reforms (approved by nearly 70% of San Jose voters)

that will protect the long-term health of the City's retirement plans and generate the savings

necessary to begin restoring core services to the community.

 

About Chinese Enterprise Association
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China Enterprise Association of Northern California (CEA) represents Chinese corporations who have investments or business office in Northern California. Currently we have more than 80 active member               companies from diverse industry backgrounds.Within our association, there are more the 10 members             belong to Global 500 Companies, and we have companies from Telecom, Hi-tech, Finance and Investments, Clean Tech, Bio Tech, travels and others.


 

 

 




 



 


 


 

 

 

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When & Where



San Jose City Hall
200 W Santa Clara St
San Jose, CA 95113

Friday, October 26, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)


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Silicon Valley-China Wireless Technology Association (SVCWireless), founded in 2000, is the leading non-profit, non-bias independent professional association bridging the technology industries between China and the United States. With 30+ alliance and 5000 members, SVCWireless is an open association that promotes innovation, entrepreneurship, venture investment, and networking to benefit its members. Our website is http://www.svcwireless.org.

 

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硅谷中国无线科技协会(SVCWireless)成立于2000年,是沟通中美无线、移动产业的最大的非营利、无倾向性独立的专业组织。在30多个合作伙伴和5000多名会员的支持下,硅谷中国无线科技协会长期以来倡导创新、创业、创投,并为会员和业界专业人员提供良好的交流平台。

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