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  1. The background of China Dental Valley
1.The Basic Information of China Dental Valley Dental health is an important symbol of national economic development, social civilization and the national health. In April 2016, President Xi Jinping made a major decision to highlight the importance of the dental health. According to strategic arrangements made by the Sichuan Provincial Party Committee and the Provincial Government in May 2016, Ziyang strives to build the China No.1 and the world-famous China Dental Valley. China Dental Valley aims to build an ecosystem of the full industrial chain, and to construct the “silicon valley” of the dental industry in China. China Dental Valley covers an planning area of 6000 mu, with its featured leading technology, innovation-driven development, and ecological system. China Dental Valley includes healthcare complex, industrial area, science and education center, international exchange area, and life supporting area, therefore meeting the overall demand of residence. In the future, China Dental Valley will form an industrial ecosystem with “full industrial chain” as its core value and “Stomatology +” as its extension development.
  1. The Basic Information of Dental Valley Co.,Ltd.
Dental Valley Co., Ltd. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ziyang Development Zone Investment Co., Ltd., and is mainly responsible for the operation and management of the China Dental Valley, with a registered capital of 100 million RMB. The company is located at No. 1, Xiandai Avenue, Hi-tech Industrial Park District, Ziyang City, Sichuan Province. The company’s business covers Manufacturing Industry; Construction Industry; Wholesale and Retail Industry; Information Transmission, Software and Information Technology Services; Leasing and Business Services.
  1. Targets of the Collection
Globally collecting logo designs for both China Dental Valley and Dental Valley Co., Ltd. Designer can be either individual or an entity.
  • Deadline of the Collection
Designers can submit their works from the date of the announcement, till 8/31/2018.
  1. Content of the Collection
In order to improve the brand image and good understand of China Dental Valley globally, our company intends to make a public collection of the logo design for both China Dental Valley and Dental Valley Co., Ltd.. We encourage all the creative and innovative designers to participate.
  1. Design Requirements:
  2. The design of the logo should take into account the orientation and significance of China Dental Valley and should reflect featured elements of the China Dental Valley, for instance, the full industrial chain of the Dental Valley. The logo of the Dental Valley Co., Ltd. should reflect the corresponding characteristics of the Dental Valley.
  3. The creation should be featured with prominent themes, profound meaning, innovative ideas, easy to remember and spread, and full of visual appeal and impact.
  4. Designer’s interpretation of the designing philosophy (meaning, background, etc.).
  5. Strong applicability and can be used for various occasions and carriers such as, building decoration, VI advertising, websites, documents, stationery, promotional items and media publicity, as well as can be used for arts and crafts, decoration and tourist souvenirs.
  6. Graphic logos and font design draft should be attached with three dimensional and colored renderings, and to provide standard color and special font design drafts, as well as providing JPG format renderings and vector graphics such as AI or CDR.
  7. The submitted designs must be original works, yet have not been published/used in any form. The content of the design must accord with the laws and regulations, and can be registered in the trademark office legally.
  8. Service Fee and Program Selection of the Design
  9. Service Fee
The potential designers quote the following two logos separately. (1)The maximum price limit of design service fee for the China Dental Valley is 160,000 RMB. (2)The maximum price limit of design service fee for the Dental Valley Co., Ltd. is 70,000 RMB.
  1. Schedule of the Program Selection
(1) From September 1, 2018 to September 30, 2018, our company will conduct a comprehensive evaluation to select top five design sets each for China Dental Valley and Dental Valley Co., Ltd.. The evaluation will be based on design service fee quotations, design plans, and previous outstanding designing achievements, etc. (2)From October 1, 2018 to November 10, 2018, our company will select one design out of the top five design sets each for China Dental Valley and Dental Valley Co., Ltd.. The top five design sets of each company (exclude the chosen one) receive 5000 RMB as service fee. All designers shall include their commitment letter in the application states that: if his/her design set ranks into the top five, the copyright of the design work shall belong to the Dental Valley Co., LTD., and shall not provide it for the use of a third party in any way. At the same time, in addition to meeting the needs of your company, the design works shall not be provided for designer in any way. (3) From November 11, 2018 to November 30, 2018, our company and the designer shall sign the Logo Design Service Contract of China Dental Valley. And the selected designer shall revise the design set according to the requirements of our company. After carefully reviewed and confirmed in written of the revised work by our company, yet found no similar trademarks, our company shall pay 40% of the service fee within 20 days after receiving the invoice provided by designer. After the design been successfully registered by the Trademark Office, our company shall pay the remaining service fee within 20days after receiving the invoice issued by designer. VII. Design Considerations
  1. The designer should consider and design the work from an international perspective. The symbol and the element in the Logo must take into account the international conventions and taboos.
2.Whether design works are figurative or abstract graphics, they must be considered in graphic styles to avoid ambiguity. 3.The designer should fully consider the elements of Logo communication. 4.The submitted design work must be original and shall not infringe any third party’s copyright, intellectual property or other rights. The design work shall not be bound or restricted by any third party (including but not limited to current employer), no binding or restrictive obligations. If the submitted design work infringes the copyrights of others, the designer shall bear all legal liabilities, such as litigation costs, damage claims, attorney fees of our company and third-party company, etc. The content of the design work must meet the requirements of laws and regulations. 5.The submitted work shall meet the relevant regulation and can be registered in the National Trademark Department. 6.Each submitted design proposal shall include required information such as the commitment letter and the design service fee quotation form (see the annex for details). If the design work is submitted by the company or other legal person (organization), the design plan should also include a copy of the business license with official seal and a copy of the legal representative’s identity card with official seal. If the design plan is submitted by individual, the design plan should also include copy of personal identification card signed and with one’s thumb print. Designers can provide additional information such as previous outstand achievements in the design plan.
  1. If the designer submits one or more works, he/she should provide the name and contact information on all the design works. The potential designer can submit one or both of the logo designs.
  2. The submitted works will not be returned. After the publication of the results, the unselected works may be handled by the designers themselves.
  3. Interested designers may find more information at the actual location or search online. The following website can be used to inquire about some basic information:
(1) For the basic information of Ziyang City, please refer to Ziyang Municipal People’s Government Portal. The website is: (2)Please refer to the official website of Ziyang High-tech Industrial Park for its basic information: (3) You can search for the keyword “China Dental Valley” on the official website of the Ziyang City Urban and Rural Planning Administration Website at 10.The designers shall send the electronic version of the design work to by e-mail, as well as color printed out the design work and bind them into five volumes, and mail it to our company address, see VIII section for address. 11.All participating designers are deemed to agree with all the terms of the announcement. The Collection notice shall be announced by the official website of Ziyang Hi-tech Industrial Park.
  1. The right of final interpretation of the collection activity is owned by Dental Valley Co., Ltd.
VIII Contact Information Collector: Dental Valley Co., Ltd. Address: No.1 Modern Avenue, Ziyang Hi-tech Industrial Park District, Ziyang City, Sichuan Province Postal Code: 641300 Contact: Mr. Yang, Tel: 028-26656609, 13320843610 Mailbox:   Attachments:
  1. Letter of Commitment
  2. Quotation form
3.Performance   Dental Valley Co., Ltd. June 29,2018   Attachment 1 Letter of Commitment To: Dental Valley Co., Ltd. [unit(individual)’s Name] is now participating in the open collection of the Logo Design in China dental valley, Ziyang, China. According to the terms and conditions of the collection announcement, we/I hereby submit the matching document that is in full compliance with the collection announcement. We/I fully agree with the rules set out in the collection announcement and promise to fulfill all our obligations in accordance with these rules. Once the design proposals are accepted, we will fulfill our due obligations. If the design proposal is selected in the top five of the overall design sets, the copyright of the design work is owned by Dental Valley Co., Ltd. .[unit(individual)’s Name] shall not provide the selected design work to any third party in any way. In addition to satisfying the needs of design unit (individual), the design work is not intended to be used by [design unit (individual)] in any way. [unit(individual)’s Name]guarantees: The scheme designed by our company can be successfully registered in the Trademark Office. The official mailing address is:: Contact: Telephone number: E-mail: Signature of the design unit(individual) legal representative and official seal/personal signature (seal): Date:   Attachment 2 Quotation form Unit: RMB
project name Quotation Unit(individual) Total contract price (unit: RMB) Total contract price (in Capital Chinese) Memo
China Dental Valley Logo Design Service Fee
Dental Valley Co., Ltd. Logo Design Service Fee
Note: Each sub-item design service fee quoted is the sub-item’s total contract price   Unit (official seal)/ individual (signature and stamp) : Date:   Attachment 3 Achievements
Project Name
Project Location
Purchaser/Collector Name
Purchaser/Collector Address
Purchaser/Collector Contact Number
Project Description
Note: 1. Fill out only one item per form.
  1. Additional materials needed to support the achievement, such as Project Contract, etc.
December 2017 (China) – Margaret Wong, President/CEO of California Center and Board Member of the Themed Entertainment Association’s (TEA) Asia Board, joined other TEA representatives in meeting the owner of Chimelong Group Co., Ltd. earlier this week. The Chimelong Group is a conglomerate that owns and operates theme parks, luxury hotels, convention centers, high-end restaurants, leisure entertainment businesses, and it is the leading enterprise in China’s tourism industry. China is an enormous growth market for entertainment business and California Center is utilizing its unique resources in both U.S. and China to help U.S. companies to develop meaningful relationships and to better connect with China’s entertainment audiences.
  Dec 1st, 2017 ( Chengdu, China) –  Greg Drescher, Vice President of strategic initiatives and industry leadership at The Culinary Institute of America (CIA), visited California Center Chengdu office in China with his wife Mai Pham, an expert on Southeast Asian food, and an author, chef, and cultural ambassador.   To learn more about Greg Drescher, visit this link: 
  Nov 5th, 2017 ( Hunan, China) – California Center signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the Hunan Yongsheng Jinjianmi Men’s Basketball Club. Both parties will conduct in-depth cooperation in the fields of personal training, player introduction, club management and business development in the future. Margaret Wong, CEO of California Center, played an instrumental role in bringing the first NBA games to China in 2005 when the Sacramento Kings played the Houston Rockets. The strategic cooperation agreement reached encourages future involvement by current and former NBA icons to cooperate with Hunan.

Chinese New Report:

SACRAMENTO, CA – Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. was hosted by the California Center over the weekend in Chengdu for a special business breakfast event during his historic visit to Sichuan Province, China.  Governor Brown is the first sitting California Governor on record to visit Sichuan, and made immediate use of his time by meeting with several key U.S. companies gathered together, to share with the Governor aspects of their experiences working in the region to further advance business relationships and clean energy cooperation.



California Governor Jerry Brown

“Much credit has to be given to the Governor for understanding the critical role U.S. companies are playing in this vitally important economic region of China, and we were honored to be able to host this important business engagement,” said California Center’s President/CEO, Margaret Wong.  “Chengdu and the Sichuan Province are the gateway to the ‘Silk Road’ which is a prominent and strategic focus of China’s economic plan that focuses on connectivity and cooperation – there is no better location than Chengdu for seeing first-hand the level of dedicated cooperation occurring between our two countries, we are so excited the Governor made this stop a priority.” added Wong.

California Center CEO/President: Margaret Wong

Governor Brown’s message to the group of nearly thirty businesses and dozens of economic/political leaders remained focused on his primary purpose for this trip to China, which is to promote clean energy cooperation and mechanisms to reduce global emissions.

California Center has been a valuable resource and advocate for numerous clean tech company efforts in China and even helped to launch the U.S. Smart Cities Alliance focused on smart energy solutions between the U.S./China.  California Center also recently opened a new office in Chengdu and has created a seamless operation that includes: consulting, shipping, customs clearance, warehousing, sales transactions and customer services for U.S. companies trying to connect in China. Through California Center’s portals, Chinese buyers can navigate through listed California companies seamlessly and with great ease.   California Center also has been working in Sichuan to build unique opportunities in the areas of: sports, entertainment, theme parks, media, high-tech, medical industries, as well as education, to further connect U.S./California businesses, elite educational institutions and respected groups and/or programs with partners in China.

Governor Brown was joined by U.S. Consul Raymond Greene; the Mayor of Luzhou, Mr. Liu Qiang, the Chairman of the Sichuan Energy Industry Investment Group, Mr. Guo Yong; Mary Nichols, Chairperson of the California Air Resources Board, as well as numerous top-level staff from the Governor’s team and Sichuan’s Bureau of Investment and Service representatives.

U.S. Consul Raymond Greene
Mayor of Luzhou Mr. Liu Qiang
Chairman of the Sichuan Energy Industry Investment Group, Mr. Guo Yong

Notable U.S. heavy-hitters joining for the meaningful engagement with Sichuan corporations and the Governor included: Chevron, Tesla, McWong Environmental Energy Group, Dell EMC, and Tyco Electronics.

April 24th, 2017  (Davis, CA)  In collaboration with the California Center, the Confucius Institute and Global Affairs at UC Davis has successfully organized a great event ” Taste of the Best China: A showcase of Celebrity Chefs ” at Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science, UC Davis.

Eight top Chinese chefs displayed their culinary skills and allowed the event participants to taste the authentic Chinese cuisines from different regions, such as Hangzhou Cuisine, Sichuan Cuisine, Cantonese Cuisine and Yanghzou Cuisine.  The delegation of Chinese chefs led by Beijing Celebrity Chef Technology Co. Ltd. is invited to participate in the annual World of Flavors  at California Institute of America in Napa Valley. It was such a great pleasure to bring them to Davis to showcase their culinary skills.


IMG_8615 IMG_8645 IMG_2026 Scannable Document 2 on May 3, 2017, 2_59_41 PM IMG_4749 combination of cuisine More photos can be found at our Facebook page    

California Center Makes a Splash in Chengdu, China with Grand Opening of New Business Connecting Facility in the Heart of the City’s High-Tech and Future City Center

U.S. Consul General Greene, Sichuan Province Officials and California State Representatives join with dozens of U.S. and Chinese Business Leaders to Celebrate New Home for Numerous Global Collaborations and Business Transactions

Nov. 16, 2016 (CHENGDU, CHINA) – California Center launched its new business connecting facility in the heart of the new high-tech city center of Chengdu (the capitol of the Sichuan Province) today with numerous U.S. and China dignitaries and business leaders eager to forge new business relationships!


The opening of the new facility signals a major milestone, building on an agreement previously signed between California Governor Jerry Brown and Sichuan Party Secretary Wang Dongming, a little over a year ago during a U.S./China Governors’ conference held on the U.S. west coast. The agreement called for increased collaboration in business, energy conservation, education, and cultural exchanges. The California Center in Chengdu will serve as a hub for that activity and as a home for many California businesses.<?


“We are so moved by all the wonderful support and cooperation we have received from the highest levels in government and from both the U.S. and China business communities to make this state-of-the-art facility in Chengdu a reality,” said Margaret Wong, President/CEO of the California Center!




In attendance at the event were numerous dignitaries from both Sichuan and U.S./California, including: U.S. Consulate General Raymond Greene; Mr. Zhao Weiping, Deputy Secretary General of Sichuan Provincial People’s Government; former Republican Leader, Senator Bob Huff (R-San Dimas); California State Friendship Committee Members; Mayor-Elect/Assemblyman Donald Wagner (R-Irvine); Mayor of Luzhou and numerous officials from nearby Sichuan cities and districts.

At the celebration numerous projects related to new business in Sichuan were announced, including collaborations with major businesses like: Ledman, Dynacom and McWong. Also heralded, were efforts underway with major universities like UCLA, and the announcement of unique emerging business opportunities in sports and entertainment throughout the Sichuan region.




California Center Cross-Border E-Commerce Store:


October 13th, 2016 ( California) – California Center arranged a delegation of 70 people from All-China Bakery Association to visit Traina Foods and Heart Ridge Farms. Founded in 1996, All-China Bakery Associaton(ACBA) is a nationwide trade association under the leadership of All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce(ACFIC). Led by U.S. Foreign Commercial Service, the delegation first attended International Baking Industry Exposition LLC (IBIE) 2016 Show in Las Vegas from Oct. 8th to 11th. After that they came to California to meet with suppliers.


In the morning of Oct. 13th, California Center led the group to visit the Traina Food, which was founded in 1926 and has been a full-scale provider of sun dried fruits and vegetables serving a global market. Willie Traina , the CEO of Traina Foods and Tom Ielmini, Director of Industrial Sales welcomed the group and introduced the company and its products to the group.

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Former WNBA legend Ruthie Bolton was invited to the visit with the delegation. Her coming excited the group and everyone enjoyed taking photos with her. Ruthie started as a college basketball player at Auburn in the 1980s. A few year later, she led the United States women’s basketball team to the gold medal at the 1996 Olympics in Los Angeles.

Ruthie Bolton (Left) with Willie Traina, CEO of Traina Foods
More Photo about Visit to Traina Foods can be found on our Facebook page .  

In the afternoon, California Center led the group to Visit Heart Ridge Farms, which produces the finest almonds in California. California Center has been working with Heart Ridge Farms since the beginning of 2016 and we are about to launch Heart Ridge Farms retail almonds in our E-commerce platform next Month. During the visit, Bill Pitman, the CEO of Heart Ridge Farms presented to the group the story behind Heart Ridge Farms and also introduced its proprietary ATS green processing technology which makes high-quality roasted almonds. After the presentation, Bill led the group to visit the almond tree field to let the group understand how the trees are grown there. The group were very excited to learn everything about Heart Ridge Farms and its products; they showed a lot interests in the bulk almonds that can be used for the food service industry.

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Feihui (Left), Vice President of ACBA with Bill Pitman, CEO of Heart Ridge Farms
Lovely folks from Heart Ridge Farms
More Photo about Visit to Heart Ridge Farms can be found on our Facebook page  

Delegation Initiates Multi-Million Dollar Contract & Sign Meaningful MOUs Paving the Way for U.S. Industries on Smart City/Clean Technologies.

June 20, 2016(Sacramento, CA). Nearly two-dozen U.S. high-tech/clean-tech companies and minority-owned businesses leaders joined with the U.S. Smart Cities Alliance (USSCA) over the last two weeks in China, for what proved to be a valuable and historic trade mission – with key stops in Beijing, Tianjin, Chengdu and Shanghai.

The USSCA’s key goals for the mission were to engage in diplomatic relations and to share specific smart city development plans for collaboration; as well as to promote its existing on-the-ground pilot projects being initiated by USSCA and its strategic partners in China.

The meaningful effort was backed by the U.S. Department of Commerce International Trade Administration (ITA) and the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA).  ITA and MBDA both sent key leaders to join the group, including the Associate Director from the Office of Business Development at MBDA, Mr. Efrain Gonzalez Jr., who also represented interests of the White House Initiative on Asian American and Pacific Islanders during key meetings with Sichuan Provincial Leaders.

“The success of the last two weeks by this world-class USSCA group of leaders exceeded even our own expectations coming into the trip,” said Margaret Wong, President/CEO of the Sacramento-based McWong Environmental Technology and USSCA Founding Member.  “Not only did we have the chance to promote our existing projects on the ground with world leaders and key media but also began serious negotiations for many new partnerships and collaborations with key China businesses and provincial leaders – all with the common goal of sound implementation of U.S. technologies to improve China’s environmental conditions and the quality of health and life for its residence,” added Wong.

In all, USSCA, engaged with key U.S. Officials and China Provincial-level leadership, signed four strategic MOUs, one JV contract worth over $10 million U.S., and held multiple media interviews with China TV and newspapers promoting U.S. technology and innovation during the trade mission.


Below is a list of specific highlights and accomplishments by the USSCA delegation during its fruitful 2016 trade mission to China (listed by city):


USSCA had meaningful engagement with U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry; U.S. Special Envoy for Climate Change Jonathan Pershing; U.S. Department of Energy Deputy Secretary, Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall; and Mayor Wang Anshun of Beijing, as well as many other officials and business leaders during the 2nd Annual U.S.-China Climate Leaders Summit, to discuss key issues related to climate change impacts globally.







During a breakout from the U.S. – China Climate Leaders Summit in Beijing, USSCA traveled to the nearby booming special development zone of Binhai New Area, in the city of Tianjin to support/promote a special smart city project being led by USSCA partner GE.  The project features energy efficient LED signals, smart circuit integrated lamp posts enabled with wifi, smart sensors, emergency devices, and numerous breakthrough “internet of things” technologies throughout the entire development zone.  Current Powered by GE is seeking more U.S. technology partners for the zone and USSCA is actively coordinating new opportunities for emerging and existing leaders in smart technology to join the impressive effort.  USSCA Team Coordinator/ Government Affairs Director, Gordon Hinkle of McWong Environmental Technology also provided promotional interviews to the local media touting GE’s impressive leadership and implementation of the project.







 1. In the Tianfu New Area of Chengdu, USSCA along with key U.S. Department of Commerce Officials engaged in official dialogue with Provincial-level Leadership of the Sichuan Province, which included: Sichuan’s Director General, Mu Xinhai; U.S. Department of Commerce, Associate Director from the Office of Business Development at MBDA, Mr. Efrain Gonzalez Jr.; and U.S. ITA Commercial Specialist, Mr. Jeffrey Phillips during the historic meetings. After formal presentations a special ceremony was held to showcase four MOU signings between U.S./China companies and a Joint Venture Partnership for an industrial water treatment contract estimated at $60 Million.







Details of the JV and MOU Signings

  1. JV Agreement – McWong Environment Group & Luzhou Tianhua Chemical (Industrial Water Treatment contract valued at $60 million USD. ) 美国麦王环保公司-泸州天化集团:¥6千万美元合作协议。


  1. S./China MOU – Dynacom Corp & China Jiaotong Construction Group (Smart Traffic System) 美国达康公司-中国交通建设集团(智慧交通系统)


  1. S./China MOU – DAIS Analytic Corp & China Building Design Consultant Corp. (Nano Technology for Air & Water)美国德仕安科技公司-中国建筑设计咨询公司(绿色建筑空调供水系统)


  1. S./China MOU – Hollywood Mainstream Investment Corp & Sichuan Emei Film & TV Group (Movie studio & Theme parks)好莱坞银河文化投资有限公司-四川峨眉影视集团(影视基地与主题公园)


  1. S./China MOU – Rosen-Wang Global Partners & China Building Design Consultant Corp. (US Smart Farm Project) 罗森-王全球投资公司-中国建筑设计集团(智慧农业建设开发)

II.  USSCA Delegates meet with Senior Officials at the U.S. Consulate Office in Chengdu. – Sr. Commercial Representative Eric Hsu provides briefing to U.S. team on latest trends and issues in Chengdu and Sichuan Province.


III.  USSCA Member company, California Center Holds Soft Opening for its new State-of-the-Art Technology/Innovation/Commerce Facility in Chengdu. – Solidifies efforts and creates a noted milestone achievement between the State of California and Sichuan Province as stated in a previously signed MOU by Governor Jerry Brown and Secretary Wang Dongming.







Background: On September 22, 2015, a mutual cooperation and support agreement was signed specifically naming USSCA along with the California Center on low-carbon issues and business between the U.S. (State of California) and China (Sichuan Province)  – Singed by Secretary Wang Dongming and Governor Jerry Brown during President Xi’s visit with political leaders for a summit in the State of Washington, U.S.A..



USSCA engaged with top U.S. technical companies in the entertainment industry for the IAAPA Asian Attractions Expo 2016.  Hundreds of U.S. leaders in technical arts and effects showcased their technology and expertise.  USSCA successfully connected specific companies from the U.S. and China for meaningful matchmaking sessions that could enhance benefit contract opportunities and U.S. exports to China in such areas as technology, design, consulting, lighting and system integrations.

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  • Efrain Gonzalez, US DOC/MBDA, Business Development, Director  美国商务部代表
  • Jeffrey Phillips, US DOC/International Trade Administration,Commercial Officer 美国商务部代表
  • John Zhigang Dai: Rosen-Wang Global Partners; Chief China Representative 罗森-王全球投资公司
  • Jeffrey Chang: USSCA/CC: General Counsel 美国智慧城市联盟法律顾问
  • Bing Cheng, Grand Central Station Theme Park, CEO  美国火车主题公园总裁
  • Johnny Chon-Hon Hsu, CCE, Partner 美国好莱坞银河文化投资有限公司合伙人
  • Peter Bach: Dynacom Corp, VP 美国达康科技公司副总裁
  • Tim Tangredi: DAIS Analytics, CEO 美国德仕安科技公司总裁
  • Margaret Wong, California Center, Founder/CEO; USSCA original member  麦王环保总裁,加州中心总裁
  • Gordon Hinkle: California Center, VP; USSCA Director; Government Affairs Director, McWong Environmental Technology  加州中心副总裁
  • Charles Zheli Lu: Golden Globe Holding, CEO 美国金环球控股公司(环保科技)
  • Shu Yonghua: Dynacom Corp, Market Director 美国达康科技 市场总监
  • Steven Fan, California Center Chongqing director 加州中心重庆总监
  • John Wong, California Center senior advisor 加州中心资深顾问
  • Lin Zemin (Jason): Dynacom Corp. Project Manager 美国达康科技经理
  • Sophie Shaoping Wei: DAIS Analytic, Executive Assistant  美国德仕安科 技公司总裁助理
  • Jade Zhijue Feng; California Center: manager 加州中心四川经理
  • Alex Zhang, McWong Environment 麦王环保中国公司总裁





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Gordon J. Hinkle – Vice President/California Center