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Chinese. the language of China and Chinese people, is a group dedicated to helping Chinese and people of Chinese descent link to users for one purpose and for one purpose only: to do business better! It is also for citizens of all nations looking to do business with or from China.

Website: http://Brandergy.com/group/chinese
Location: Hartford, CT, USA
Members: 37
Latest Activity: Mar 13, 2016

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Comment by Henry Schneider on October 26, 2015 at 6:46pm

And a few more:

Comment by Vincent Wright on October 26, 2015 at 6:37pm

OUTSTANDING! OUTSTANDING! OUTSTANDING, Henry!  (Looks *almost* like you were having too much fun to get paid! lol :-) ) 

Comment by Henry Schneider on October 26, 2015 at 6:28pm

Brandergy limited me on the number of photos.  Here are some more:

Comment by Henry Schneider on October 26, 2015 at 6:25pm

Here are some photos from my recent trip to Nanjing and Shanghai Friday night.  It is crab season now in China.

Henry

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Comment by Vincent Wright on October 6, 2015 at 8:16pm

UPDATING MVP to: Chinese. the language of China and Chinese people, is a group dedicated to helping Chinese and people of Chinese descent link to users for one purpose and for one purpose only: to do business better! It is also for citizens of all nations looking to do business with or from China.

Comment by Vincent Wright on October 6, 2015 at 4:39pm

Henry:

Have you thought about sending your note as a message rather than a comment?  (Members *can* message each other via the group ... let me know if you need help with that...)

Comment by Henry Schneider on October 6, 2015 at 4:27pm

Greetings All:

I am new to this group.  But I see that there has not been a lot of information and posts to this group.  I am flying to Shanghai on Thursday and then on to Nanjing for the next two weeks on business.  I travel frequently to China on business.  So, anyone that is planning trip to China for business or pleasure, or anyone who plans on doing business in China, please send your questions my way.  I have been working in China since 2002.

With Kind Regards,
Henry Schneider

Comment by Steve Anzelc on July 10, 2008 at 1:46pm
I wanted to introduce myself to the group. My name is Steve Anzelc and I am a Senior Project Manager for Burns & McDonnell. Burns & McDonnell is a Global Engineer-Architect-Consultant with projects in 70 countries and 6 continents.

I have 20 years in a variety of businesses. My current expertise is in

• Manufacturing, Heavy Industrial Facility Designs
• Metal Finishing (Anodizing, Plating, Industrial Wastewater Treat)
• Site Selection Services for Manufacturing Facilities
• Projects from studies up to $350MM. Firm can do $1B+ projects.
• Design Only or Design-Build, Owner Engineer, EPC, Project Management
• LEED Certification or Green Sustainable Building Design (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design part of US Green Building Council USGBC)

I would like introduced to those that I can start building long-term business relationships and hopefully build friendships as well. I would like to get to know more:

• A,B and C level Executives, Directors, General Managers in Manufacturing and Industrial Operations
• Corporate Asset and Real Estate Managers, Controllers
• Venture Capitalists,
• Facility Engineers/Managers, General Managers
• Anyone interested in Engineering-Architecture.

Please help me and introduce me to your network in the categories above and if you know anyone considering a new facility design, I would really appreciate knowing.

On a personal note, I am married, with four children and live in a pretty area surrounded by lakes and hills in Lees Summit, Missouri, USA. I am a Christian and enjoy getting to know people from other countries and cultures. I enjoy water skiing, hiking, canoeing, scuba diving and playing cards.

LinkedIN. http://www.linkedin.com/in/SteveAnzelc
Ecademy: http://www.ecademy.com/account.php?id=99857
InterNations (International Community and Expatriates): http://www.internations.org/users/signup/9b99fdeecd03d79d607f5597fc4d5f56

Warm regards,

Steve Anzelc
Comment by Dwayne Lawrence on March 29, 2008 at 2:37am
Wanted: Director of Technical Training for Intel in Dalian, China

This position reports to the Fab Director and working with other factory staff to lead the 300mm Fab68 Technical Training organization.

This is a local China hire position and is not an expatriate assignment. It will require a training assignment in the U.S. for approximately 6 months before locating to Dalian, China.

Candidates must communicate effectively verbally and by written communication in both Mandarin and English.

Intel is building a 300-millimeter wafer fabrication facility in the coastal Northeast China city of Dalian. The $2.5 billion investment for the factory will become Intel's first wafer fab in China.

Dalian is one of the most charming cities in China. It has many beautiful parks, squares, and excellent beaches. Dalian's mild climate and beautiful environment make the city an ideal holiday resort. It is a key Chinese port and has a population of about 5.4 million.

To apply for the above job and for more detailed info follow the link below:
https://www.h3.com/?mr=OyWpqUx40HvYQ4XhHVPpzaAPDd4
(link from Dwayne Lawrence)
There is a financial reward available for a successful referral.
 

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