Chinese CEO Activities in 2010

Avoiding Financial Loss and Civil Penalties When Exporting
Date: Tuesday, November 9th, 2010
Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Holiday Inn - Conference Center
14299 Firestone Blvd, La Mirada CA 90638 (FREE PARKING)
Featured Speakers:
John Bushnell - Senior Trade and Industry Analyst
- U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) Western Regional Office
Maurice Kogon - Director, Center for International Trade Development
Bruce Leeds - Attorney at Law and of counsel to Braumiller Schulz LLP
(Details, Download regist word file)
Sino-US Governmental, Academic, and Enterprise Summit
on Urban Planning and Development
(Oct. 12ˇM2010)
Forum Objectives and Topics:
Through the collaboration and interaction between the governmental, academic and business leaders from China and the US, the forum is focused on sharing experience of the urban planning and development, examining and discussing areas of Urban Planning including: development target, development scale, urban system, spatial layout, industrial development management, urban culture, education, environmental protection, and etc., in order to achieve a balanced and sustainable urban development, and introducing the history, culture, and economic development of Jiading, Shanghai, as well as the development plan and investment opportunities of the Shanghai Jiading New Town. .....(More Details)
TimeˇR3 pm ˇV 8:00 pm, October 12, 2010
LocationˇRThe Signature at MGM Grand Hotel
145 E. Harmon Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89109
China Economic Development and Outlook (Oct. 22ˇM2010)
A Special Session where you can Touch the Pulse of Business Prospects in China
The Mihaylo College of Business and Economics in California State University Fullerton invite you to attend a panel presentation featuring a delegation of economists from the renowned University of International Business and Economics. The panel, which will compliment the 2010 Economic Forecast Conference, will address the development of the Chinese Financial System and US-China business opportunities in light of the current economic environment of China. We welcome an audience of business professionals and scholars intrigued by current foreign interest of investment in the American economy.
Please RSVP to Professor Bruce Xiao at
by Friday, October 22
Time: 1:30 -- 4pm, Thursday, October 28
Location: Hyatt Regency of Irvine
Conference Theater Room
INVITATION: The CEC Luncheon Conference (Sep. 19ˇM2010)
Our "brother" organization, The China Enterprise Council will have a Conference on ˇ§Navigating the Opportunities and Challenges of Incoming Chinese Businessesˇ¨ to be held at the Los Angeles downtown Marriott Hotel in the afternoon of Sunday, September 19, 2010.
The Conference will present several panel discussions, covering myriad topics including the movement of cargo, passengers, data, and capital, brand name and distribution channels, green technology, and much more. The panels will be comprised of a variety of speakers from Air China, Bank of China, BYD, China AVIC International, China Railway Construction, China Telecom, and many more. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet with the 70+ CEC members, who represent Chinese companies doing business in Southern California. ChineseCEO is a co-sponsor for the event. Please see the details by click on links. (Details, Agenda)
INVITATION: China's City of Innovation and Entrepreneurship ˇV A Signing Ceremony for Shenzhen-U.S. Bilateral Investment Projects (Sep. 13ˇM2010)
ChineseCEO is invited to partner with the City of Shenzhen, P.R. China, North American Representative Office of Shenzhen, P.R. China(NAROS) to announce a signing ceremony, titled ˇ§Shenzhen: Chinaˇ¦s City of Innovation and Entrepreneurship ˇV A Signing Ceremony for Shenzhen-U.S. Bilateral Investment Projects.ˇ¨
Join us as the Honorable Mr. Rong Wang, Party Secretary(top leader of the city), City of Shenzhen, hosts an event celebrating the bilateral foreign direct investment between the U.S. and Shenzhen based companies/organizations.
The Downtown Los Angeles Marriott Hotel
333 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90071
(Parking free with validation)
Date & Time:
Monday, September 13, 2010 8:00am-10:30am
Complementary Event, Breakfast Provided. (Register / Details)
The quake hits Yushu (April 14ˇM2010)
--------(report from USC US-China Institute)
Nearly 1,800 people died in the quake that hit Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in China's southern Qinghai province on April 14.
The death toll might have been greater but for the fact that the 7:49 am quake struck well before the start of the work or school day. Clocks in Qinghai, like those throughout China, are set to Beijing time, but since Yushu is 1,905 kilometers (1,190 miles) west of Beijing, sunrise was about 7:05 am. Qinghai is a poor province and Yushu is an especially poor area. According to 2009 government statistics, Yushu's per capita GDP was $1,455, about 39% of the $3,742 national average. Not surprisingly, many homes were built using unreinforced cement blocks or mud bricks. The quake reduced many of these to rubble. In one town, Jiegu, 85% of the homes are said to have been destroyed. Karamibu, a Tibetan plateau-based photographer visited Jiegu on April 17. (More)
News Release Conference: (April 2, 2010)
ChineseCEO Large Delegation to 2010 World Expo (Shanghai)
ChineseCEO announces that the US CEO Delegation to Shanghai 2010 World Expo has been successfully formed and the itinerary has been finalized. A Press Conference will be held at 11:45AM on 4/2 (Friday) at 9510 Valley Blvd., Rosemead, CA 91770. Major media reporters are invited. Please reserve your time and join our press conference.
Contact phone number: (714) 690- 3700
     -- by Chinese CEO, Shanghai World Expo Delegation Committee
Conference: CHINA Driving the Global Economy Recovery
(Feb. 26, 2010)
The conference brings together business leaders, professionals, and academics to discuss trends and challenges of the increasing role of Greater China in the global economy. (more detals......)
UCLA Anderson School Of management: Register Before 2/22/2010
CHINESECEO: Chinese New Year Party (Feb. 21ˇM2010)
To all ChineseCEO members: Chinese CEO will have a Chinese New Year party at 12:00 noon on Sunday, February 21, 2010 at our President Richard Lee's company Amsino International Inc., located at 855 Towne Center Drive, Pomona, CA 91767. Further notice will be send later but for now please mark your calendar!
The 14th China International Fair for Investment and Trade(Sep. 8th-11th, 2010)
An invitation letter is from CIFIT for China Fair Annual Event. CIFIT has becomes the second largest investment and trade fair in China, after Canton fair. There are only two of these type of events directly supported and funded by Central government of China, one is Canton fair, the other is CIFIT( CIFIT is held in the famous city of Xiamen where has become a new hot spot economically after Shanghai, Tianjin, and Chongqing. That of cause will greatly serve the purpose of promoting US-China economic and trade development, as well as our CEO members' interests. Since we have developed a decent relationship with Xiamen Government and CIFIT, it may be beneficial for each of us. If you are interested to plan a visit in this event, please feel free to contact us( We may join a delegation group or introduce you as individual to CIFIT as exhibitor or visitor with many conveniences. (more details see website......).
Briefing Conference: 107th China Import and Export Fair (Jan. 28ˇM2010)
The China Import and Export Fair (Canton Fair) will visit LA on Jan. 28, 2010. There will be a 107th China Import and Export Fair Los Angeles Briefing Conference on Thursday (1/28) from 11:15 am to 1:15 pm. It is a very good opportunity for our members who want to establish a good relationship with Canton Fair and develop business connections in China.
11:15 AM: Networking and Registration
Noon - 1:15PM: Luncheon Program ˇ]We cover the fee.)
Place: LA Area Chamber,350 S. Bixel Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017.
If you want to attend, please email to ASAP with your name, title and company name. Space is limited. First come, first service.