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UK Experience & Expectations and Living & Investing in London Forum

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  • UserKey speakers for this forum seminar will include the Owner of Herbal Inn, Taisheng Wang, CEO of the Property Dimensions, Metin Guvener, Senior Solicitor of Fragomen LLP, Nadine Goldfoot, and etc.
  • ClockThursday 19 May 2011, 15:00-19:30
  • HouseWinstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College CB2 1TQ.

If you have a question about this talk, please contact Feifan Chang.

The Forum will be held on Thursday 19th May 2011 in Trinity College, Cambridge, followed by a Networking Reception.

The forum aims at helping the Chinese and foreign graduates and professionals in Cambridge to share their educational experiences and plans after graduation and offering invaluable advice and opportunities for creating a more supportive living and investment environment to Chinese communities. We will also provide a networking reception to extend their business & social network. In extending the spectrum of London to our guests, you will continue to enjoy the soul of the capital and share the expertise of our valued joint hosts, also have opportunity to share and explore your expectations.

Key speakers for this forum seminar will include CEO of the Property Dimensions, Metin Guvener, Senior Solicitor of Fragomen LLP , Nadine Goldfoot, and etc. Topics will be on UK Experiences and Developmental Expectations, Living & Working in the U.K. with Immigration Opportunities, and Property & Investment.

We are also very delighted to invite Mr Taisheng Wang(王台生), a legendary British politician and entrepreneur that born and grown up in Taiwan. He became an overseas Chinese student to the UK in 1974 and he is the first overseas Chinese student invited by Chairman Mao Zedong to visit China. He is now the owner of Herbal Inn(英国永乐药业)with over 30 chains all over London.

Haihua (Helen) Zhang(张海花), an author of 3 popular books (1 English 2 Chinese) having over 20 years experience working in management consulting, executive training and in management positions; Yinsey Wang from Cambridge University Law Faculty who is passionate about issues related to diversity, multiculturalism, dialogue and citizenship; and Han Li, a Canadian Chinese that graduated from University of Toronto and now studying in UK who has previously campaigning for the inclusion of the Sino-Japanese War into the syllabus of the Toronto School District Board and served as an Officer of the Canadian Armed Forces, will also be sharing their experiences and expectations with us.

Time: Thursday 19th May, 15:00 Registration, 15:30-17:30 Programme, and followed by a Networking Reception (with wine and canapes).

Venue: Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College, Cambridge CB2 1TQ

Should you have any questions regarding the registration, please contact Hao Wang at 07713481678.

Your presence will be highly valued and we hope you will enjoy the event!

This talk is part of the CSSA-Cambridge series.

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