I graduated from Harbin Institute of Technology with a degree in Computer Science then went on to become a researcher at the Technological University Dublin in Applied Media. In 2009, I won the Gold Award of Gaisce - the Irish President's Award - being the first foreign national awardee and was awarded by the Irish President for personal achievements and contributions to the community.
I went on to work for both public and private bodies. Notable experiences include:
- Project Manager at Dublin City Council (Ireland) and Council of Europe for projects across a diversity of sectors including technology, economy, immigration, culture, tourism, higher education and China relations etc.
- General Manager China at Birr Castle (Ireland) to maintain senior relations, build corporate image and develop commercial opportunities in investment.
- Deputy Representative China at Battersea PowerStation (London, UK) to develop commercial opportunities in investment.
- Consultant on China Affairs and Volunteering at Virtual Collection of Asian Masterpieces (Netherlands, Korea, etc.) engaging 2500+ masterpieces from 140+ museums from 40+ countries (regions) in the world.
I began to work with CBRI in 2015 and believe we can develop a regional solution towards national questions with our 10+ years of experience and track records in government relations and business brokering between China and UK.