NCCBA News And Announcement...

1. In September NC State Senator and Democratic nominee for Treasurer Janet Cowell will talk about how her own experiences working and studying in China and Southeast Asia has influenced her public service and vision for the NC Treasurer. Check here for detailed info.

2. The first issue of NCCBA newsletter was published, please use this link to read.

3. The Art of Cross-Cultural Networking, a social networking event, ran well. About 60 people attneded the event. The speakers were very well received by the audience.

4. NCCBA has host a social networking seminar "The Art of Cross-Culture Networking" on July 17, 2008. See detailed information.

5. Mr. Michael Chen, VP Gloabal Marketing, will give seminar for NCCBA on April 22. See detailed information.

6. Mr. Tenney Woo was appointed by the board of trustees as the NCCBA president. See detailed information.

7. Join NCCBA for a business delegation to attend the Oversea Chinese Science and Technology Conference in Guangzhou, China. Click on this link for detailed information.

8. Mr. Tenney Woo will present gourmet Chinese cooking in this NCCBA networking event. See detailed information.

The Z-Park delegate has enjoyed a warm welcoming receiption in RTP. For more details, come to this website in a few days.

On September 11, NCCBA and NC China Center hosted a delegate from SuZhou, China. There is a dinner party and a seminar afterward. There is no cost involved, but the seat is limited. You need to RSVP to secure your seat. For more information click here.

NCCBA members were invited to World Congress of Chinese Enterpreneurer in Beijing, China. For more information click here.

NCCBA and CED jointly hosted a Biotech Forum: Impact of Globalization in Healthcare on August 15. Many local sector leaders will join the panelist. A rare opportunity to get the whole picture of biotech globalization. For more information click here.

NCCBA , AAJA NC Chapter and NAAAP NC Chapter co-hosted on August 7, 2006, a career development seminar titled "Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling", where acclaimed writer and executive couch Jane Hyun attracted more than 50 audeinces by providing insights of career development.

On July 1, 2006, NCCBA board member, Dr. YanChing Zhang, has become the President of NCCBA, while the former President and Chairperson of the Board, Dr. Frank Wang, will remain as the Chairperson of the Board.

The Seminar on the Importance of Savvy Entrepreneurial Marketing was a great success! For more information go to our news page.

NCCBA Members have a chance to participate with the Community Council for the Arts. Click Here for more Information.

To View More Information about Past Events Click Here.

[8/31/2006] On September 11, NCCBA and NC China Center will host a delegate from SuZhou, China. There is a dinner party and a seminar afterward. There is no cost involved, but the seat is limited. You need to RSVP to secure your seat. For more information click here.

[8/15/2006] NCCBA members are invited to World Congress of Chinese Enterpreneurer in Beijing, China. For more information click here.

[8/1/2006] NCCBA and CED will jointly host a Biotech Forum: Impact of Globalization in Healthcare on August 15. Many local sector leaders will join the panelist. A rare opportunity to get the whole picture of biotech globalization. For more information click here.

[7/15/2006] NCCBA , AAJA NC Chapter and NAAAP NC Chapter co-hosted on August 7, 2006, a career development seminar titled "Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling", where acclaimed writer and executive couch Jane Hyun attracted more than 50 audeinces by providing insights of career development.

NCCBA New Leadership
[7/1/2006] NCCBA elected new president

On July 1, 2006, NCCBA board member, Dr. YanChing Zhang, will become the President of NCCBA, while the former President and Chairperson of the Board, Dr. Frank Wang, will remain as the Chairperson of the Board.

Opportunities of Technology Transfer
[6/29/2006] New Events Announcement:

NCCBA will host a seminar on Opportunities of Technology Transfer in RTP on July 29, 2006. Please register to secure a seat! For more information click here.

The Seminar on Savvy Entreprenurial Marketing was a HUGE Sucess!
[6/1/2006] New Events for NCCBA Members:

  • RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. – In a mixture of culture and business, some 75 executives turned out Tuesday night to hear marketing guru Grace Ueng talk about her steps to success. But the event turned out to be more than a pep talk about the importance of marketing as business people from China and the Southeast found common cause: An interest in doing deals. The presentation by Ueng, a daughter of Chinese immigrants who fled the Communist takeover of that country and moved to the United States, was sponsored by the North Carolina Chinese Business Association and the Council for Entrepreneurial Development. “Everyone had such a blast and was so appreciative,” Ueng, a Triangle entrepreneur, told WRAL Local Tech Wire. “Wow, I was surprised at how many people registered at the door and the level of excitement.” Over hors d’oeuvres of Chinese dumplings and following Ueng’s presentations, numerous people asked about business opportunities between Chinese and North Carolina markets.

 

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  • To see our event covered by WRAL, click here.
  • For more information about this event click here.

China's Stock Market
[9/15/2005] New Events for NCCBA Members:

  • North Carolina Chinese Business Association (NCCBA) is proud to present a seminar on China's Stock Market (Presented in Chinese & English). This Seminar will be held on Saturday, Sept. 24th from 7:00 to 9:00 pm, at the MCNC Auditorium.
  • For more information about this event click here.

Bio-Pharmaceutical Opportunites in China
[8/25/2005] New Events for NCCBA Members:

  • North Carolina Chinese Business Association (NCCBA) is proud to present: Bio-Pharmaceutical Opportunities in China (Presented in English). This Seminar will be held on Saturday, Sept. 10th from 7:00 to 9:00 pm, at the MCNC Auditorium.
  • For more information about this event click on this link.

SSA Benefits and Medicare Part D (Perscription Drug Coverage)
[7/18/2005] New Events for NCCBA Members:

  • North Carolina Chinese Business Association (NCCBA) is proud to present the SSA Benefits and Medicare Part D (Perscription Drug Coverage Seminar) on Tuesday, August 4th. The seminar will be held from 7:00-9:00 pm with a networking social held before then from 6:30-7:00 pm.
  • For more information about this seminar and/or driving directions, click here.

The White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
[6/07/2005] New Events for NCCBA Members:

  • NAAAP of NC presents Community Reception for White House Commission on Asian American and Pacific Islanders, to be held on June 10th (from 6:30-9:00 pm) at Brier Creek Country Club. More Info..
  • NAAAP of NC will also be holding a Technical Assistance Conference on Saturday June 11th (from 8:30 am-2:00 pm). More Info..
  • RSVP is REQUIRED for both events. Click Here.

Applied Biosystems is hosting a Gene Expression Symposium
[5/25/2005] New Events for NCCBA Members:

  • Applied Biosystems would like to invite you to attend a Gene Expression Symposium on 7th of June at the Radisson Governors Inn in Research Triangle Park. The presentations will be given in Chinese (Mandarin) and the event is free of charge. We request registration to insure we have sufficient refreshments. A social and poster session will follow the seminars.
  • The registration website is http://info.appliedbiosystems.com/118
  • For more information and the formal invitation click on this link.

NCCBA Updates On Events In The Coming Months
[5/23/2005] Some changes in dates have occured to some of our events:

  • The Seminar on Business Talk "Patenting Your Inventions and Technologies" has been postponed from May 17th (Tuesday) until May 31st (Tuesday). It will still be held at Brier Creek Country Club. Please read the details on this link.
  • The NCCBA Anniversary network party at Chapel Hill has been postponed from June 5th until August.

NCCBA Will Host The Following Events In The Coming Months
[4/27/2005] NCCBA will sponsor the following events in the coming months:

  • On May 17th (Tuesday) at Brier Creek Country Club Business Talk "Patenting Your Inventions and Technologies". Please read the details on this link.
  • On May 21 (Saturday) at Chapel Hill Asian Pacific American Community Forum. Please read details on this link.
  • On June 5 at Chapel Hill NCCBA Anniversary network party.
  • On June 19 at RTP MCNC Seminar on “Biotech and Pharma Opportunities in China” By Dr. Ken Chang, CSO, Enhance Biotech, Inc.

NCCBA Will Host Achieving Excellence Seminar
[2/21/2005] NCCBA will sponsor a seminar about achieving excellence in living and leading on Thursday, 3/3/2005. For detailed information, please visit this link.

NCCBA Co-sponsors Entrepreneurship seminar
[2/7/2005] NCCBA will co-sponsor a semionar about entrepreneurship on Saturday, 2/12/2005. For detailed information, please visit this link.

NCCBA Marketing 101 Seminar Postponed To 2/3/2005
[1/29/2005] Due to increment weather, NCCBA's marketing 101 seminar will postpone to 2/3/2005, at the MCNC Auditorium. For detailed information, please visit this link.

NCCBA Will Host Marketing 101 Seminar
[1/14/2005] NCCBA will host a seminar on Saturday, 1/29/2005, at the MCNC Auditorium. For detailed information, please visit this link.

NCCBA Will Offer More Educational Seminar in 2005
[10/22/2004] Starting 2005, NCCBA, in conjunction with local professional services fims, will be presenting a series of seminars designed for both aspiring and experienced entrepreneurs alike. Some examples of our upcoming seminars include:
- Capital Formation
- Anatomy of Venture Capital Transaction (from entrepreneur's perspective)
- Equity Compensation for Employees. Legal, Accounting and Practical Considerations.
- Joint Ventures, Licensing, Transfer of Intellectual Property
- Selling Your Company
- Taking Your Company Public and Reverse Mergers
- Fundamentals of Patent Law, Trademarks, Copyrights, and Trade Secrets for Entrepreneurs
- Fundamentals of Immigration Law for Technology Companies.
We encourage you to become a NCCBA member for discounted pricing (or free access depending on your membership level) to these seminars and our future networking events.

China's Huai'An Ecomonic Delegate Visited Triangle Area
[10/22/2004] An economic delegate from Huai'an, Jiangsu, China visited RTP on October 22, 2004. The team brought some investment and project opportunities. For detailed information, please visit this link.

China: Opportunities and Challenges Seminar
[9/25/2004] NCCBA board of trustees member Peter Cheng will give a seminar titled "China - Opportunities and Challenges" in Duke University Campus on Sunday, October 31, 2004. For detailed information, please visit this link.

NCCBA and UNC/Duke/NCSU MBA Students Networking Party
[9/21/2004] NCCBA will host a networking party with UNC/Duke/NCSU MBA students in Finley Forest Clubhouse at Chapel Hill on Sunday, October 10. This event is free of charge. Please RSVP before October 7. For detailed information, please visit this link.

Effective Job Hunting Seminar
[8/17/2004] NCCBA member Peter Cheng will give a seminar on effective job hunting to CAFA members and NCSU students on Saturday, August 28, 2004. For detailed information, please visit this link.


September/October Business Seminar
[8/14/2004] The next Seminar in September will be presented by one of our Committee member Peter Cheng. He will talk about China-US business development and related topics etc.



August Business Seminar A Huge Success
[8/7/2004] NCCBA and NC Alumni Associations of Peking University and Tsinghua University jointly hosted a business seminar on 8/7/2004. The seminar was open to the Traingle's business community. Dr. Lin Wu of NCCBA made a presentation titled "WINNING IN BUSINESS: APPLICATION OF THE ART OF WAR BY SUN TZU". The seminar attracted several dozen enthusiastic people. Dr. Wu's presentation touched everyone's heart. The discussion after the seminar was vivid and in depth. For more detailed information, please check this link.



Announcement: NCCBA to host first business seminar
[7/21/2004] we are very proud to present NCCBA’s first seminar on August 7, 2004 jointly hosted by NC Alumni Associations of Peking University and Tsinghua University. In the future, NCCBA will have seminar series. Through seminars and other activities, NCCBA will provide networking and business opportunities for its members and associates.

On August 7, it is our pleasure to invite Dr. Linxian Wu, President of Wu & Associates Management Consulting LLC, to make a business presentation to the Chinese community.




NCCBA Incorporated
[7/19/2004] NCCBA is formally incoporated in the State of North Carolina today.