The University of San Francisco is proud to announce the “Working in China after Graduation” Conference on April 28, 2012. This conference will address the challenges and opportunities for American college graduates to work in China. After three decades of spectacular growth, China passed Japan to become the world’s second-largest economy behind the United States. As China is transitioning from an export-driven economy to become the new consumption-led and innovation-oriented economy, should you look for work in China? How easy is it for international candidates to find employment in China?
We are honored to have a group of distinguished speakers to discuss the unique challenges and obstacles facing graduates working in China at this conference.
NOTE: This event will be conducted entirely in Mandarin Chinese
1:30PM Opening and welcome:
1:40PM Keynote Speakers: Honorable Consul Shao 邵参赞
Professor Jinyan Liu, People's University of China
2:00PM Panel #1 Industry Executives;
Moderator: Miss Lihong Wang, FM92.3
Dr Guolin Wang, President, Research and Development Center at FutureWei Technologies, Inc., Executive Vice President and Head of Huawei American R&D, Santa Clara, California
Miss Darleen Chiu, Director, ChinaSF
Miss Angela Chen, General Manager, sina.com, USA
Mrs. Min Guo, CFA, Vice President at The Hina Group.
4:00PM Panel #2: USF Alumni
Moderator: Miss Vivian Liu, Shui On Land
Miss Joann Zhou, Merrill Lynch (Prior: HSBC, Beijing)
Miss Peiwen Yao, Tencent (Prior: Electronics Arts, Shanghai)
Miss Lin Xie (Prior: Best Buy, Shanghai)
Miss Sha Li (Prior: Guangdong Development Bank, Guangzhou)
Date: April 28, 2012 Saturday 1:30PM to 5:30PM
Location: Fromm Center, University of San Francisco,
2497 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94117-1080