* M.B.A. major in finance, January 1992
University of Tropical Crops, P.R. China
* BS major in Plant
1994 - Present President
United Enterprises, Inc.
dba United Travel
In charging of international education and training programs.
SEM Corp dba Connoisseur Holidays.
Responsible for the financial reports, tax, payroll and cash flow, etc.
2003 - present Director
Queen's Nurse network, Inc.
Ritz Department Stores, Ala Moana Shopping
Center, Honolulu, HI 96813. Office and Accounting Manager. Financial
control and supervision of
Ltd. 1159 Fort St. Mall, Honolulu, HI 96813.
Accounting Clerk. Responsibilities including: sales
ledger, bank reconciliation, trial balance, etc.
South China University of Tropical Crops. P.R. China
Director of Student Affair Office.
Institute of Management Accountants (USA)
柳俊峰 Island Art Galleries董事长
Jeff Liu (Chinese: Liu Jun Feng)
Profession: Art Gallery Owner
Years in Business: 13
Move from Beijing to Hawaii in Dec. 1985.
Started Island Art &
Framing in 1991.
has following Businesses in different locations:
-- Island Art & Framing in Nuuanu Square
-- Island Art Galleries in Aloha Tower Marketplace
-- Island Art Galleries in Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort
-- Island Art Galleries in Waikiki Marriott Resort
-- Anthony Casay Galleries in Royal Hawaiian Shopping
-- Waikiki Beach Galleries in Waikiki Shopping Plaza
-- Waikiki Beach Galleries on The Top Of Waikiki
刘欣 高级翻译 (current
President of Hawaii Interpreter and
translator assco. )
mission of the Aloha Bridge Service is to bridge the United
States and China
linguistically, culturally and commercially through its interpreting and
translating services (Chinese <> English).
Liu Ph.D., president of the Aloha Bridge Service, is a native of Beijing, China. Dr. Xin Liu came
to Hawaii in 1984 and earned her doctorate degree at
the University of Hawaii and the East West Center. Bilingual and bicultural, Dr. Xin Liu has provided top-quality interpreting and
translating services for a wide array of clients, including government
agencies, business organizations, financial institutions, hospitals, courts,
attorneys, and social service organizations
is also the current President of
Hawaii Interpreter and Translator Association.
Boyuan Cao, MD
Board Certified Internal Medicine
1507 S. King St., Suite 302, Honolulu,
(O), (808)-256-2273 (H), email@example.com
PRACTICE 2001-present, private solo
practice, Boyuan Cao,
Director, Extended Hour Urgent
Clinic & Hospital
Board of Internal Medicine, 1993, Re-
certified in 2003
APPOINTMENT Clinical Assistant
Professor, John A. Burns School
of Medicine, University of Hawaii
Internal Medicine (R1-R3), University of
surgical internship, University of Hawaii
1982-86 surgery & plastic
Renji Hospital, Shanghai No.2 Medical
program, research: Biochemistry &
Molecular biology, John A. Burn School
of Medicine, Univeristy
1978-82 Shanghai Second Medical University,
American College of Physician/American
of Internal Medicine
Member: Hawaii Medical Association
PRIVELEGE Straub Clinic & Hospital
St. Francis Medical Center
Kuakini Medical Center
INTEREST preventive medicine, clinical teaching,
Medical consultant, MOA Hawaii Health
堵云珠 American Express Financial
Jennifer Du-Yung, CFS
Ala Moana Blvd., #1736
2001 – Current Financial
American Express Financial Advisors, Inc.
1999 – 2001 Accountant
& J Associates, Inc.
1997 – 1999 Controller
1992 – 1997 Accountant
M & Associates, Inc.
1991 – 1992 Sales
Jewelry Division/The Sultan Company
1990 – 1991 Japanese
Tour Coordinator (Part-time)
Kintetsu International Express
1985 – 1988 Sales
& Marketing Executive
International Travel Services
Foreign Language University
Born and raised in China, Mangmang Qiu Brown graduated from Peking University with a B.A. in Economics. She worked for China’s State Economic Commission before she came to the United States for graduate studies. Ms. Brown received her M.B.A and J.D.
degrees with honors from the University of Hawai`i, and presently is a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney with
the City and County of Honolulu.
According to one media report, Ms.
Brown is the first Chinese native hired by a district attorney’s or
prosecutor’s office in the United States. In her capacity as a Deputy Prosecuting
Attorney, Ms. Brown handled over a hundred criminal appeals, including numbers
of oral arguments before the Hawai`i State appellate
courts. She has successfully
affirmed criminal convictions on appeal, defended state laws against
constitutional challenges, while safeguarding individual’s protected
rights. It is also noteworthy that
Ms. Brown has been appointed by the Hawai`i Supreme
Court as a hearing officer for the Court’s Disciplinary Board, presiding over
proceedings of complaints against attorney’s misconduct and recommending proper
discipline. Chief Justice Ronald
Moon has appointed Ms. Brown to the Committee on Court Interpreters, a task force
of the Judiciary setting policies and addressing issues pertaining to
translation and interpretation in the state courts. Ms. Brown is also a committee member of
the Equal Access to Court under the Hawai`i Supreme
Court, serving on numbers of Judiciary’s legal projects that aim to ease the
immigrants’ dealing with the legal system.
She was invited to speak as a panel member on a TV program, along with
other known community leaders including Chief Justice Moon, on legal issues
faced by Hawai`i
diversified communities. Her career
of overcoming obstacles was featured as part of the “Profile of Courage” on the
TV program, aired and re-run in early 2004.
Ms. Brown is also a General Coordinator of the non-profit
U.S.-ASIA Law Institute, conducting exchange and training programs with the
Chinese legal entities. She serves
actively as a tie between the U.S.
and Chinese legal communities, whether it is cross-border criminal
prosecutions, or high-level dialogues on legal cooperation.
Hai Yuan, Vice President of operation of a
Hawaiian biotech company, Kona Bay Marine Resources,
Inc, is an aquaculture specialist and an experienced professional manager.
MBA, 2003, Chaminade University of Honolulu.
Ph. D. Candidate, 1991-1993, Nanjing University, P. R. China.
Master of Marine Biology, 1988, Ocean University
of Qingdao, P. R. China.
Bachelor of Marine Biology, 1985, Ocean
University of Qingdao, P. R. China
Vice President of Operation, since 2001, Kona Bay Marine Resources, Inc., in charge of company’s
daily operation and import/export aquaculture product throughout Asian
Hatchery Manager, 1997-2000, Kona
Bay Marine Resources, operating shrimp and bivalve hatchery and brood stock
maturation; live feed (microalgae, rotifer, artemia) production.
1995-1997, University of Hawaii
at Manoa, developing out-door microalgae culturing
system and microalgae harvesting techniques.
Research Scholar, 1993-1994, Scripps Institution of
Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, capturing and cultivating
marine copepod and comparing cohort development of copepods in the lab
condition and in situ.
University, Nanjing, China,
culturing and selecting fast growth strain of microalgae
Spirulina; analyzing of sterol composition in
different species of Spirulina
Professor, 1989-1990, Ocean University of Qingdao,
China, teaching senior class "Biological Oceanography" and
researching on zooplankton distribution in China
1. Born in a poor farm
village in Puning, Guangdong Provice.
2. '84 graduated from South China University of Tropical Agriculture
3. '88 M.S. from Department of Horticulture, University of Hawaii
4. '92 Ph.D.
from Department of Agronomy and Soil Science, Uni. of Hawaii.
5. 92-94 Postdoc researcher, Uni. of Hawaii.
6. 94-99 Environmental Manager/environmental Scientist, Philip Services Hawaii.
7. 99-2001 Pacific Region Manager/Sr. Environmental
Scientist, Perma-Fix Environmental Services, Inc.
8. 2001- present, General Manager/Sr.
Environmental Scientist, Pacific Commercial Services LLC.