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Paul Cheng, PEng, GDBA, came to Canada from Hong Kong in 1990. He obtained his mechanical engineering degree from the University of Victoria in 1997 and a graduate diploma in business administration from Simon Fraser University in 2002. Working with BC Hydro, Paul's experience includes safety and transmission cables engineering, project and construction management, engineering work management, customer service, asset plans development and generation operations and planning. Paul is a founding member of ACCP.
Bonnie Teng, BA, LLB, is a lawyer practicing in immigration, real estate, and corporate/commercial law, and is with the law firm of Loh and Company. She has a B.A. from the University of British Columbia and obtained her law degree from the University of Windsor. She is an active member of the Immigration Section of the Canadian Bar Association and is a frequent speaker at various seminars and commentator on radio programs. She is fluent in English, French, Cantonese, and Mandarin. Bonnie is a founding member of ACCP.
Edmond Wong, Ph.D., was born in Vancouver, B.C. He obtained his B.Sc. in biochemistry from McGill University, and received his doctorate in the field of molecular genetics from U.B.C. Dr. Wong is a scientist and director of a biotechnology company specializing in DNA testing and biomedical research with a special interest in cancer gene therapy.
Anna K. Fung, Q.C. is Senior Counsel at Terasen Inc. where she currently practises corporate/commercial and administrative law, including appearing as counsel before the BC Utilities Commission and the National Energy Board. She was called to the Bar in 1986 after serving as a law clerk in the BC Court of Appeal. Prior to joining Terasen in 1993, she practised corporate/commercial law, aboriginal rights litigation and administrative law at Davis & Company (1986 to 1989) and McCarthy Tetrault (1989 to 1993). She has served as an elected Bencher of the Law Society of B.C. since 1998 and is the Chair of its Credentials Committee and Futures Committee, a member of the Executive Committee, past Chair of the Discipline Committee and a past member of the Credentials Committee and Financial Planning Subcommittee, as well as past chair of the Equity and Diversity Committee. Anna will assume the role of President of the Law Society of British Columbia in 2007. She has served as President of the Association of Chinese Canadian Professionals (B.C.) since 2004. She is a Past President of the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association, past President of the B.C. Autism Association, past President of the People's Law School and a former national Director of the Canadian Bar Association, the Legal Education and Action Fund ("LEAF"), West Coast LEAF, Continuing Legal Education Society of B.C. and the past Secretary of the UBC Law Alumni Association. Anna was appointed Queen's Counsel in April, 2000 and is the recipient of the 2004 RVA Jones Corporate Counsel Award in recognition of her work on behalf of corporate counsel in Canada. She recently served as the Co-Chair of the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association's 2005 Annual Meeting in Vancouver. In her spare time, Anna indulges her passion for golfing and downhill skiing. Anna is fluently bilingual in English and French and speaks Cantonese and a smattering of Mandarin, Spanish and Italian. Anna is the president of ACCP from 2004-2006.
Ray Chu, P. Eng., is a registered Professional Engineer in the Province of B.C. and Alberta. Ray is president of CWA Engineers Inc., a consulting engineering company he founded in Vancouver in 1997. His company currently has 30 staff members and specializes in the design of sawmills, engineered wood plants, wood processing facilities, pulp mill fiber handling systems, and co-generation plants. Ray is a seasoned engineer and accomplished manager with 28 years experience in feasibility study, project scope definition and planning, conceptual design, capital budgeting, and project management. In his spare time, Ray enjoys traveling, photography, swimming, hiking, and skiing.
Audrey Wang, B.A., is the Communication Coordinator for a company called Ortho Active that specializes in orthotics and other sports medicine products. In 2002, she graduated from Simon Fraser University with a B.A. in Communications and Sociology. Audrey is an active member in various community organizations. She has been a Girl Guide Leader in Coquitlam for six years and currently sits on Area Council as the Newsletter Editor. She also volunteers in various events and fundraisers for Sunshine Dreams for Kids Foundation, a national organization that fulfills the dreams of kids with life-threatening illnesses. In the fall, she is taking six months leave to go to Korea. She will be working with CEC Network to promote Canada as a destination for international study exchanges and business trainings.
Peter Hu is pursuing his CA accounting designation with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Vancouver. Peter is currently a coop student at SFU and expected to graduate in 2005. Peter has been very involved in student organizations. He was the president of SFU Taiwanese Association in 2000 where he coordinated and led conferences, social events, and tournaments up to 1200 participants. Peter was the president of SFU Accounting Student Association in 2002 where he built network and communication amongst CA firms, SFU faculty and students. Peter was also involved in SFU Business Administration Student Society where he designed and edit monthly newsletter. Peter has been working in Japanese restaurant as a chef for 4 years. He stands behind the sushi bar and makes delicious sushi and sashimi for the customers. Peter obtained his intermediate level of high-performance education from Performance Drivers Club. He is not afraid of challenges, especially at the windy roads. Peter enjoys digital photography at his spare time. Some of the US locations Peter traveled to for work recently are Pennsylvania, NYC, Philadelphia, Washington DC, and San Francisco.
Jeremy Chan, LLB, is a business lawyer with the national law firm Miller Thomson LLP in Vancouver. He provides advice in a wide variety of business transactions including corporate reorganizations, amalgamations, financings, joint venture agreements, shareholder agreements and buying and selling businesses.
Jeremy works with a variety of clients ranging from small to medium enterprises (SMEs) to large companies from different industry sectors including: financial services, natural resources, environmental consulting, waste management, manufacturing, health care, and transportation. He enjoys working in a team based atmosphere and provides practical business-oriented solutions by emphasizing a problem-solving approach. Jeremy has previously worked in Hong Kong and studied in Japan. Besides English, he speaks Cantonese and is learning Mandarin. He is a business graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University and holds a law degree from the University of Windsor. Jeremy was called to the bar in British Columbia in 2001.
Selena Sit, LLB, was born and raised in Vancouver, B.C. She completed both her undergraduate degree in cell biology and genetics and her law degree at U.B.C. She is currently working as counsel at the federal Department of Justice, representing the Canada Revenue Agency. Selena practices exclusively in the area of tax litigation.
Jenny Li, CPA, is a tax manager with Graphic Communications Group in Vancouver and a California licensed CPA. Jenny specializes in the U.S. and international tax planning and compliance. Jenny obtained her Master of Business Taxation from the University of Southern California. After living in Los Angeles for about four years, she decided that she need a change and moved to Vancouver. She now calls Vancouver home and would not consider moving to anywhere else except for a short secondment to Europe. Jenny enjoys reading, music, sports, and arts in general. She has been active in volunteer activities. Jenny is fluent bilingual in English and Mandarin.
Louise S. Liang, DMD, B.Sc., is a general dentist. She moved from Saskatchewan in 1993 and obtained her undergrad at UBC where she continued on to complete her dental training. She teaches at the Faculty of Dentistry as a part-time instructor. Louise is now in full time practice at the heart of Steveston, Richmond and focuses on comprehensive dental care and adult orthodontics.
Jack Yong, LLB, is a lawyer with the law firm of Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP. Jack practises business law, with an emphasis on the areas of commercial real estate, business acquisitions and financings. Jack attended the University of British Columbia where he received a Bachelor of Laws degree and a Bachelor of Commerce degree (majoring in finance). An active volunteer in community and civic organizations, Jack is also fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese.
Ivan Ing is Head of Infrastructure Finance with Ernst & Young Corporate Finance Inc. where he advises and represents institutional investors, lenders, owners, developers and contractors on all aspects of bid development, strategic partnering, commercial and contractual arrangement, risk management, financial structuring, arranging, placement, negotiation and execution of complex transactions in large scale infrastructure projects in North America and overseas. Ivan has led and structured in excess of $6 billion of complex project financing transactions and managed bids in excess of $7 billion of public-private partnership projects for the private consortia. Ivan holds the broker-dealer representative license with NASD. Ivan has extensive experience in public/private sector Boards where he chaired numerous finance and investment, corporate governance and strategic planning committees. Ivan currently serves as the Board member of the Habitat for Humanity in Greater Vancouver Region. Ivan transferred from Toronto to Vancouver in February 2005. In 2004, Ivan was appointed by the Toronto City Council to serve on the Board of Directors for the Toronto Community Housing Corporation. In 1999, Ivan was appointed by the Ontario Minister of Health to serve as one of the founding board members for the Etobicoke Community Care Access Center to reform community based health care services. Ivan was the past Chairman for the Association of Foreign Investors in U.S. Real Estate and served on a number of single-asset based corporations (SPVs) for specific projects/business initiatives.
Katherine Tang, B.Eng. MSc., came to Canada from Mainland China in 2001 and obtained her Master Degree of Science in Management Information Systems from the University of British Columbia in 2004. Katherine is currently working within Health Care industry as Sr. Business Analyst specializing in Human Resources Information Systems and her experience includes business analysis, system configuration, functional business process analysis/design, project management and functional support. Katherine loves outdoor activities such as: Hiking, Backpack Camping, Jogging, and Swimming.
Winnie Sung, B.Sc. and LL.B., is a lawyer with Boughton Law Corporation. She has a general corporate / commercial law practice. She has been involved in a wide range of business transactions and is also experienced in advising on employment related matters. Prior to joining Boughton, she also practiced as a litigator and has solid litigation experience. Winnie is focusing on developing her solicitor practice with local and Asia Pacific clients and assisting them in both domestic and international transactions. She is the secretary of the Employment Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association British Columbia. Winnie has been a speaker at an employment law seminar and has co-authored articles on employment law issues. She earned both her B.Sc. and LL.B. degrees at the University of British Columbia. Winnie was born in Hong Kong and is fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin.
Bennie Yung, CGA, born in Hong Kong and a 31 year resident of Richmond, BC, is a tireless community leader and successful business leader. A Certified General Accountant by training, he has built a successful trading and real estate development business (Tung Fung Enteprises Inc) and management consulting and investment company (Savoy Management Ltd) after working in the banking industry prior to coming to Canada in 1975. Other businesses he has created include Sanyou Electrical Appliances, an importer of electrical devises and Borealis Academy which is a vocational school for esthetics, aromatherapy, modeling and make-up artistry. He is a director of POLCYB, the society for the Policing of Cyberspace, which helps to promote better security in the internet, including measures to improve detection and prosecution of criminal use of the World Wide Web. He is member of the Better Community Outreach Network which fundraises for school scholarships. He is also on the board of Vancouver Coastal Health Authority and Greater Vancouver Crime Stoppers Association. He supports youth through his leadership as CEO of the MCL 4th World Chinese Football Tournament (2001). Other organizations which he is board member or executive of include: Association of Chinese Canadian Professionals (BC) (1999-2003), Civic Education Society (C.E.S), Celebrating the Year of The Older Person (1999), Chinese Canadian National Unity Committee (1998), Richmond Chinese Community Society (RCCS) 1997 to present, ICBC Chinese Advisory Board and International Development Assistance Society of Canada (IDAS), a charity which helps underdeveloped countries. Mr. Yung was awarded the Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal by Premier Gordon Campbell in 2002 for his community services. Fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese he is a frequent commentator in the Asian media, sought out for his views on current events.
Douglas J. Purdie, BCom, CA, is an experienced Senior Manager in the Audit and Assurance Group (AAG) of PricewaterhouseCoopers ("PwC") where he practices as a member of the Private Company Services team. He provides a full range of audit, accounting and tax services while integrating practical business advice and acting as a sounding board to the management and owners of private companies. Doug has extensive experience with growing businesses engaged in the real estate industry. His clients are involved in the ownership, development, and management of shopping centres, hotels, office buildings, and residential apartments and condominiums in Canada and the United States. In addition to providing services to the real estate industry, Doug also has broad experience with, and specializes in, advising and consulting entrepreneurial and growing public and private enterprises doing business in Hong Kong and The People's Republic of China. Doug regularly communicates and visits with other PwC assurance and tax professionals in those countries to provide seamless multi-disciplined service to support his clients' needs. He has traveled extensively in China and annually visits Hong Kong. He has been involved in private and public financings, acquisition due diligence reviews, and corporate restructurings. Raised in Vancouver, Doug earned a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of British Columbia and is also a Chartered Accountant. He has spent his career with PwC joining the firm in 1990. When not providing services to his clients, Doug is a career coach to five professional staff members and has lead the Vancouver AAG professional staff annual feedback and evaluation programme for the past seven years. He is currently an associate member representative of the Urban Development Institute (Pacific Region) and of the Hong Kong Canada Business Association (Vancouver Chapter).