President & CEO
Johnson W. K. Choi
Mr. Choi specializes in assisting companies from the United States gain smooth entry into the China market. He currently serves as President of Johnson Choi Consulting Group., a United States based company founded in 1982, with offices in Honolulu, Hong Kong and Shanghai. Areas of expertise include real estate finance, high-end consumer products, and the movie and entertainment industry.
Mr. Choi has also worked with private investors in San Francisco, New York, Toronto, Tokyo, Taiwan, Singapore, Urumqi, Shanghai and Beijing. He has close working relationships with the Hong Kong Trade Development Council and the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in San Francisco. His current client list includes Hawaiian Host Chocolates, Kona Brewing Company, and Project On Net.com.
Mr. Choi founded the Hong Kong.China.Hawaii Chamber of Commerce in 2001, with 15 collaboration partners worldwide. He has also held advisory board positions with the Hogan Entrepreneur Program, Chaminade University of Honolulu, Hawaii and Past President of TIM International Inc of the School of Travel Industry Management, University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Mr. Choi has won the Top U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Award in the category, the
"2008 Minority Small Business Champion of the
Year" as defined by the SBA is "To Honor Individuals Who Have Fulfilled a Commitment to Support and Assist Minority Entrepreneurs & Small Business Owners" (Note: Mr. Choi has won the "Hawaii award" as well as the "Regional Award" – topping the other Minority Small Business Champs in 50 States and Guam to qualify to compete and winning the "national" award, the top honor in the category).
MBA Management, Chaminade University of Honolulu, Hawaii
BBA Hotel and Restaurant Management, University of Hawaii at Manoa
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
General Accounting Skills and Development
Established Accounting Department and related functions in conformity with GAAP and in compliance with the statutory; Analyzed and perform internal audits of monthly financial statements for Corporation, reviewed and approved accounting-related statements and journal entries; Extensive experience with budgeting, forecasting, stock options, strategic planning, profit improvement, workout/restructuring, logistics, information systems, potential investment opportunities, foreign currency translations, and hedging. Managed financial matters and accounting department; Managed cash flow, planning, collection, budget, revenue recognition, international consolidation, month-end closing, fixed asset schedule, and cost accounting with inventory; Managed the budget of construction costs; Handled the conversion of Accounting Method; Oversee all financial auditing and internal controls; Oversee legal document review and approval process for customer agreements; Communicated and monitored performance of foreign based accounting firms; Coordinated establishment of new branch offices with business expansion; Developed business, bank, and investors relationships; Skilled in negotiations; Presented financial statements to board of directors; Coordinated with external auditor to perform annual audit; Knowledge of SOX 404 – COSO, SFAS 123, 142, and 144, SOP 98-1. Knowledge of company acquisition & IPO processes (M&A), Knowledge of retail orders through EDI and Incoterms (Shipping terms).
Software System Improvement and Maintenance
Analyzed, improved, and handled (ERP) accounting and payroll system conversion and setup; Recommended improvement for economy and efficiency; Maintained File Servers and Backup.exe; Created data base by using MS Access; Created custom templates/reports with Crystal report.
Capable and creative Bus. Development Mgr with strong background in general mgmt and strategic planning. Coordinated establishment of new branch offices with business expansion. Advise clients in corporate and growth strategies, business operation improvement, and other corporate initiatives. Perform basic mkt research and develop export strategies for clients to assess product or service acceptance in China. Understanding business models in Far East: China, HK, Macau, Indonesia, Singapore etc.
Director of Accounting
Standard Fiber LLC
Privately Held; Textiles industry
February 2008 – Present (3 years 8 months)
Privately Held; Information Technology and Services industry
April 2007 – July 2007 (4 months)
Metropolitan Management, Inc.
Real Estate industry
December 2005 – March 2007 (1 year 4 months)
Hawaii Pacific University
1989 – 1993
Chuck Y. Gee
As dean of the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa School of Travel Industry Management from 1976 until his retirement in 1999, Chuck Yim Gee expanded the curriculum to include a MS graduate program and a research center. The school gained an international reputation among U.S. institutions and the Pacific-Asia region—later designated as the Asia-Pacific regional center of the World Tourism Organization for tourism training and research.
Gee previously served as interim dean of the UH Manoa College of Business Administration and held appointments on the faculties of the University of Denver, Oregon State University and Technology and Development Institute of the East West Center.
Since 1978, he has been an advisor to China’s tourism industry and academia, holding honorary professorships at Nakai University in
Tianjin, Beijing University of International Studies, Shanghai Normal University, Shunde Polytechnic University and others. He has written extensively on hotel and resort development and management, including textbooks considered seminal works in treating the subjects within a global context.
Gee serves as advisor and consultant to various institutions, small business enterprises, international hotels and tourism organizations. He remains active in voluntary travel and non travel-related associations, including the Pacific Asia Travel Association, Academic Advisory Council of the Institute of Certified Travel Agents, Pacific Rim Foundation, Kuakini Health System Board of Trustees, the Kuakini Medical Center board and the Hong
Kong-China-Hawai‘i Chamber of Commerce (of which he is a founding director).
Gee was appointed to the 15-member Travel and Tourism Advisory Board of the U.S. Department of Commerce under Presidents Carter, Reagan and Bush. On behalf of the first Bush Administration and
USAID, he developed a national tourism plan for Ecuador. In 1995 he was appointed as a Hawai‘i delegate to the first White House Conference on Travel and Tourism under the Clinton Administration.
Gee has received numerous awards, including the Award of Excellence for Tourism Education from the National Tourism Administration of the People’s Republic of China, Pacific Asia Travel Association’s Presidential Award and Grand Award for Individual Educational Accomplishment, Academy of Tourism Organizations’ NOAH Award and Travel Industry Association’s America Hall of Leaders Award. The State of Hawai‘i honored him as State Manager of the Year in 1995 and the Honolulu Star-Bulletin in 1999 named him one of the 100 people who made a difference for the State of Hawai‘i during the 20th Century.
Gee is a US Army veteran of the Korean War era. He holds a BA and BS from the University of Denver and MA from Michigan State University.
Gee is a member of the Board of Regents of the University of Hawaii since 2009.
Advisory Board Member
Mr. Christopher Bachran
Mr. Christopher Bachran is the Deputy Managing Director of IMC Octave Living, a hospitality and real estate company focussed on the delivery of Leisure, Lifestyle, Hospitality, Tourism and Residential Property Development for large mixed-use integrated land developments. Mr Bachran draws on a distinguished career working globally in both established and developing markets.
Prior to joining IMC Octave Mr. Bachran was the Managing Director of Bachran & Associates, a company providing hospitality & property development advisory services for land use projects specializing in hospitality, resort, retail and integrated developments. The company business was the delivery of solutions in the planning and development of hospitality, property and tourism including conceptual planning, project/development oversight and sales & marketing feasibility.
In 2004, when he arrived in China Mr Bachran served as the President of Jin Jiang International Hotel Management Company Ltd based in Shanghai, where he directed Jin Jiang’s Hotel Management Company in establishing a foundational set of international standards, policies and procedure based on global hospitality best practices.
He has more than 30 years experience in the hospitality industry having held the position of Chief Operating Officer for the Asian Region for Radisson Hotels Pty. Ltd. from November 1997 to February 1999, in addition to various positions for Sheraton Asia-Pacific Corporation from January 1985 to November 1997; these included, Vice President and Director of Development and Operations Support - Asia, Vice President - Area Manager, Malaysia, and Director of Development - North Asia.
Mr. Bachran has also held the position of Managing Director of Faber Hotels Holdings Sdn. Bhd., Malaysia from November 1999 until he was appointed as Group Managing Director of Faber Group Berhad in May 2000. Faber Group’s main areas of business are in hospitality, property development and medical care facilities; Faber Group was the owning partner of a number of Sheraton properties in Malaysia and Hanoi, Vietnam, and was a partner with ITT Sheraton in the Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur. At Faber Group, Mr. Bachran also worked closely with the Universal Studios Recreation Group developing the feasibility and land-use program for a future South-East Asian park. Immediately prior to his appointment in China, Mr. Bachran was the Vice President and Director of Development of Hektar Klasik Sdn. Bhd, a company that develops destination land-use projects in Malaysia. While in the US in 1999, Mr. Bachran as President of Bachran Enterprises Inc., consulted on the Boca Raton Resort project along with Projects International.
Mr. Bachran holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and Business Administration from St. Martin's College, USA. Mr. Bachran is originally from the island of Oahu, Hawaii where he first entered the hospitality business.
Dominick and Gloria Chirichillo’s choice of name for their winery is a reflection of their commitment to their Italian heritage and the tradition of family winemaking. In 1955 in New York, Dominick who is called Domenico in Italian was introduced to these traditions by his Nonno (grandfather), Domenico Giovinazzo. In the basement of their home was a wine press that Nonno showed Dominick; passing down from one generation to another the love of handcrafting wine.
Dominick’s passion for winemaking took him from amateur competitions, while he lived on the East Coast, to commercial status after moving to Northern California. Moving to California has enabled Dominick to choose his grapes hands-on from selected vineyards in Napa Valley, Sonoma’s Central Coast, Alexander Valley, Russian River Valley, Amador County and the Lodi District. Not to mention he is a member of the Santa Cruz Mountains Winegrowers Association, where he sources Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes. As of fall 2010, the wines of Domenico have won 300 Medals for wines produced from these various regions!
Prior to opening Domenico Wines, Dominick and Gloria’s passion for the wine business was shared with others on both the East and West Coasts through Bacchus Winemaking Club. This membership club enabled many more people to create their own wines with custom labels. Over 500,000 cases of wine have been created by amateur winemakers on both the East and West Coasts through the years.
Our recipe for success in the wine business is simple… take the finest grapes of California, add Dominick’s passion, blend with family tradition, and you get wine that exudes complexity, finesse, and agreeability. We invite you to come by the winery to taste for yourself.
Dr. & Professor Emeritus Roberta Wong Leung
Roberta has been active in the hotel, tourism and hospitality industry for over 20 yrs and has been teaching in 14 universities internationally for 20 yrs. She is a specialist consultant and expert educator in Human Resource Management and Hospitality Management and has worked with Regent International Hotels, Century International Hotels, Westin International Hotels and Inter-Continental Hotels. She has visited reviewed over a hundred fifty spas around the world.
Roberta Areas of Interest are Human Resources Management, Training, Career Development, Job Enrichment, Motivation, Hospitality Management, Food and Beverage Services, Project Management, Pre-opening Management, International Hotel Corporate Organizational Development, Performance and Productivity in the Hospitality Industry, Research and Development, Management of Change and Organizational Evolution, Employee Turnover, Course and Curriculum Development.
DAVID Z MAO, Managing Partner, Shanghai Pioneer Law Office
David Mao is a PRC registered and licensed attorney practicing law at Shanghai Pioneer Law Office, one of the oldest downtown law firms in Shanghai. Shanghai Pioneer is known for its expertise in various areas including foreign investment and trade, banking, securities, corporate and commercial matters.
David has over ten years of experience practicing in law in China. Prior to Shanghai Pioneer, David worked as a foreign legal consultant for various international and US firms such as Baker & McKenzie，Herbert Smith and Davis Wright & Tremaine. He also used to work as a trade finance officer at the Bank of America in Seattle and Vancouver, BC. David’s practice has focused on international trade, foreign investment in China and cross-boarder transaction.
David is a 1988 graduate of Shanghai Zhenxing Comparative Law Institute where he received his Diploma in Comparative Law. In 1992 David received his LL.M. degree from the University of Washington and in 1997 he received his M.B.A from Seattle University.
David is also counsel to Shanghai Overseas Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Wujin Chinese Overseas Office in Changzhou, Jiangsu Province.
Director at SI Investment Limited
Hong Kong Investment Management
Director at SI Investment Limited
Director at e-Compact Limited
Chairman & CEO at Sun Innovation Holdings Limited
President & CEO at e-Lux Corporation
President & CEO at Trans Pacific Telecom Group
President at Nihon TelePassport
Director at Nomura Securities International Co.
Manager at Nishimoto Trading Co., Ltd.
Asian based Telecom Carrier with ATM based Network 1996 to 2000.
Organizer of the 2008 Miss Macau event.
Organizer of the 2008 Miss International event.
Consultant to Macquarie Capital Advisors in Japan.
Setup Closed End Investment fund for Macau Hotel and Casino.
Investment Management of Media Related Content
Macau based Hotel and Gaming Investments.
Japan based Investments.
Asian based Investments
SI Investment Limited
Investment Management industry
January 2010 – Present (1 year 8 months)
Investment Management industry
March 2003 – Present (8 years 6 months)
Chairman & CEO
Sun Innovation Holdings Limited
Public Company; HKSE 0547; Investment Management industry
June 2003 – December 2009 (6 years 7 months)
President & CEO
Investment Management industry
2002 – 2003 (1 year) Tokyo, Japan
President & CEO
Trans Pacific Telecom Group
1997 – 2001 (4 years) Asia
Investment Management industry
1996 – 1997 (1 year)
Nomura Securities International Co.
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; Financial Services industry
1987 – 1996 (9 years)
Nishimoto Trading Co., Ltd.
Privately Held; 51-200 employees; Food & Beverages industry
1984 – 1987 (3 years)
Harvey R. Maruya, AIA
WATG - Associate Vice President
Harvey Maruya, associate vice president, has been with WATG since 1997. As a project architect and manager with over 18 years of experience and international exposure, Harvey has gained insight on a variety of design, environmental, civil infrastructure, development, and construction projects. His involvement in a wide variety of projects brings to the team a broad range of experience and knowledge.
Harvey has managed and coordinated numerous design and construction administration efforts with WATG. Among the many notable hospitality and leisure projects are the Four Seasons Resort Aviara – Hotel, Spa and Residence Club in Carlsbad, California; The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas; and Shades of Green Resort Hotel on Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida.
His most recent project management efforts include the Atlantis The Cove Resort and Residences in the Bahamas; Four Seasons Resort Hotel Sanya, China; Four Seasons Resort Hotel Orlando, Florida; and the Four Seasons Hotel Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Atlantis, Paradise Island Resort Phase III, Paradise Island, Bahamas
Ameristar Vicksburg Casino, Vicksburg, Mississippi
Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
Shades of Green on Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando, Florida
Four Seasons La Solana, Punta Mita, Mexico
Disney Golf Pro-Shop/Clubhouse, Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando, Florida
Papagayo Princess Resort, Papagayo, Costa Rica
Park Hyatt Aviara (Formerly Four Seasons Resort Aviara), Hotel, Spa, Ballroom Expansion & Preview Center, Carlsbad, California
Four Seasons Resort Hotel Orlando, Orlando, Florida
Four Seasons Residence Club – Aviara, Carlsbad, California
Four Seasons Hotel Almaty, Almaty, Kazakhstan
The Breakers Palm Beach, Hotel Expansion and Improvements, Palm Beach, Florida
Four Seasons Resort Sanya, Sanya, Hainan, China
The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino, Las Vegas, California
Prior to WATG - Montage Vista Serena Resort, Los Cabos, Mexico
University of Hawaii, Bachelor of Architecture, 1987
University of Redlands, Master of Business Administration 2003
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
The Four Seasons Resort Aviara rated one of 'America's Best Hotel & Resort Spas' by Mobil Travel Guide; rated #1 Resort Spa in California by Condé Nast Traveler, rated #1 Resort in California by Zagat Survey; among Top 100 Hotels in Continental U.S. and Canada by Travel & Leisure.
Chief Technology Officer, Healthier Wines, LLC.
Joselito or “Joe” is a visionary entrepreneur for the world's next generation wines from various kinds of fruits, not only from conventional wine grapes. He is an inventor and developer of unique winemaking processes that increases the wines antioxidant levels and maximize extraction of healthier nutraceutical compounds, producing award-winning wines that have excellent aroma and flavor. His primary method does not use the typical harsh chemicals such as sulfites and chemical sanitizers and yet produces wines that are stable and have long-shelf life. Joe has several patents applied for the unique winemaking methods and winemaking recipes. His patents ranged from developing organic fertilizers and organic pesticides applied to wine grapes and various fruits, to proprietary post-harvest processing, cleaning and storing of fruits using organic methods that do not leave any significant chemical residues, to boosting anti-oxidant levels of fruits and grapes, maximizing color and anti-oxidant extractions, to the unique winemaking process itself that do not use sulfites. He has been making wines from conventional and unusual sources for more than 35 years.
Among Joe’s wine patents include Momordica Wine, an extraordinary wine that has been tested to stabilize blood sugars of type II diabetics. There are several other unique wine varietals and blend that Joe has been developing, all will have enhanced level of anti-oxidants and nutraceutical compounds for a healthier living while enjoying the best aroma and flavor from wines. Proof of quality of Joe’s unique winemaking processes is that during Joe’s 2-years of entry into amateur wine making competitions that have the same wine judges as the commercial wine competitions, he has received more than 200 awards and among the top awards include 2 Best of California Wines, Best of Class, Best of Show, 2nd in Class, 3rd in Class. His many kinds of unique wine varietals has earned him more than 20 Double-Gold Medals, 10 Gold Medals, 124 Silver Medals and 70 Bronze Medals. Watch out for Joe’s upcoming outstanding organic wines. You will be thrilled with the flavors, aromas, healthier properties, not only from grape wines, but from all the unique fruits the world has to offer. Be prepared to expand your palate in infinite number of ways.
Among Joe’s related patents include the patent pending X-Frost fertilizer that is used to protect crops, especially wine grapes, against the unseasonal frosts in spring and fall. X-frost protects the plants from frost damage and chilling injuries. The product allows plant quicker recovery in case of severe damages, and would enable plants to catch up with rapid growth the rest of the season. He has also developed organic nematicides that also act as fertilizer and soil conditioner that helps improve soil properties, enhance degradation of chemicals, minimizes pollution and help prevent groundwater contamination. He has also developed organic foliar fertilizers that increases the yield and enhance quality of wine grapes. The organic foliar fertilizers also have excellent pesticidal properties against aphids, mealy bugs and common fungal diseases. Joe has also been developing organic pesticides that uses revolutionary approaches to help fight against phytophthora root rot and citrus greening diseases.
Joe has always been a researcher and tinkerer. During his academic career, he has received 23 major national and international awards of excellence in the related scientific disciplines. He has also developed award winning academic software, a membership to Phi Sigma Biological Sciences Honor Society USA and granted Alien Of Extraordinary Ability by the US Department of Justice (1996), entry category equivalent of Nobel Prize. Joe has also authored or co-authored more than 25 national and internationally refereed scientific publications. Joe is also involved with renewable energy, especially designing energy efficient winery, conversion of winery wastes into biogas, passive ground source geothermal, and even biofuel production from algae and other sustainable and renewable sources.
Winemaker - Tudor Wines
Dan has an impressive list of accomplishments. His winemaking skills were acquired from the ground up. He has consulted extensively with Larry Brooks since 1999 in all aspects of Pinot Noir production and winery/vineyard establishment thereby gaining invaluable knowledge and experience from one of the world’s preeminent Pinot Noir specialists. The 2000 Vintage was his Inaugural Vintage. He achieved accolades that many seasoned winemakers long to receive.
The followings are some of the comments by Dan's friends and colleagues.
“Dan Tudor, a well respected businessman in Monterey Bay, is known for his quality wine and professionalism. I know him through many friends, business associates and family members. He has also generously supported many of the local charities of Monterey Bay with his time and donations. He not only cares about producing the best quality wine with exceptional service, but he cares about the Monterey Bay community and helping locals who need his help and support. Many recognize Dan as an involved community leader who also supports local businesses. I stand behind his wine for its excellent taste and consistent quality as well as for the ethics of Dan as an individual and a business professional in my community.” April 19, 2010
“Dan is passionate about life and making wine. He crafts amazing wines from the best sources in the central coast. Dan is a creative and honest businessman who helped me immensely in understanding the inn's and out's of the wine business. His integrity shows in the way he builds partnerships and shares knowledge with everyone who is fortunate enough to work with him.” November 18, 2009
“I have not only enjoyed Tudor Wines for the last few years since I discovered it, I have ordered wine from Dan Tudor for multiple events. The wine has always been a crowd favorite. Even on short notice, Dan's commitment to customer service has had him jump through hoops to fulfill last minute orders. I serve Tudor Wine at home and at events. I highly recommend calling on Dan for your next function.” October 27, 2009
“Dan is a pleasure to work with; knowledgable, forward thinking, solution oriented and a thoughtful risk taker. He is always willing to support the effort and put's his money where his mouth is. Not to mention, one of the best winemakers I have had the pleasure to work with.” October 26, 2009
Anthony Yoke Kang Wong, CEO
Creative Eateries (P) Ltd
Creative Eateries main business objective is to develop, build and manage food and beverage outlets. It started with a mid sized eatery in 1992 with a concept of cooking fresh steak and seafood on a slab of volcanic rock. Over the last 19 years it has developed a total of 26 outlets across 12 brands; and in 2011 made inroads in Taipei and Kuala Lumpur.
1992 Hot Stones Steak n Seafood Restaurant (60 seats @ Holland Village)
1993 Hot Stones Steak n Seafood Restaurant (120 seats @ Boat Quay)
1994 Patara Fine Thai Cuisine (120 seats @ Tanglin Mall)
1995 Al Dente Trattoria (120 seats @ Boat Quay)
1995 Patara Fine Thai Cuisine (120 seats @ Swissotel)
1996 Siam Kitchen (80 seats @ Great World City)
1997 Siam Kitchen (80 seats @ Casueway Point)
1998 Established Catering divison
1999 Intermezzo (80 seats fine dining pan asian restaurant @ Citylink Mall)
2000 Al Dente Trattoria (120 seats @ Esplanade Mall)
2003 Al Dente Pronto (60 seats @ Great World City)
2003 Expanded the Siam Kitchen concepts to Parkway Parade, Bugis, Jurong, Lot One)
2004 Relocated Hot Stones to Clarke Quay
2005 Aria bistro+ wine bar (40 seats modern european @ Espalande Mall
2005 Expanded Siam Kitchen to Suntec City
2005 Appointed Approved Caterer of Espalande - Theatre on the Bay
2006 Expanding Siam Kitchen to Hougang Mall
2007 Appointed Resident Caterer for Singapore Expo
2007 Bangkok Jam, trendy Thai bistro in Great World City
2007 Tajimaya Japanese Yakiniku and Shabu shabu @ VivoCity 200 seater
2008 Barossa, Australian inspired bar and restaurant @ Esplanade
2008 Official caterer for Singapore Airshow Feb 2008
2008 Official Caterer for Singapore Biennale 2008
2008 Official Caterer for Formula 1 2008
2009 Appointed Offical Caterer for Singapore Indoor Stadium
2009 Sho Teppan, quick meal Japanese teppanyaki @ ION
2009 Sukiya, all you can eat Sukiyai and Shabu Shabu @ Marina Square
2010 Appointed Official Caterer for National Museum of Singapore
2010 Appointed Offcial Caterer for Singapore Arts Museum
2010 Xi Men Ding, Taiwanese cuisine @ VivoCity
2010 Fremantle Seafood Market, Australian Seafood Restaurant @ Clarke Quay
2010 Xi Men Ding and Sho Teppan @ Raffles City
2011 Vineyard @ Hort Park, Wine Bar and Soul Food Bistro
2011 TongKang Colonial Bar and Restaurant @ Clarke Quay
2011 Bangkok Jam in Taipei, Tun Hua, ATT4Fun Mall and Pacific Sogo
2011 Sukiya @ Pavilion in Kuala Lumpur
Creative Eateries is part of a larger organisation that also manages retail outlets covering:
– Capitol Optical (Singapore's largest optical chain store)
– Koolook, trendy optical chain store for the young
– Shinagawa Lasik Centre
– Specialist Eyecare, mega-optical store
– Opticsflair, importer of European designer fashion eyewaer
– Fulra, licenee for Italian leather handbag and accessories
– GEOX, licencee for Italian casual shoes
Educated with a BBA in Tourism Industry Management from University of Hawaii at Manoa (Honors) in 1984.
Started career with Hyatt International as Corporate Management Trainee in Singapore Opening team of Grand Hyatt Taipei as Director of Food and Beverage
Chairman of the TIM (Travel Industry Management) Internatioal Alumni
Board of Advisor to the Cornel-Nanyang Business School of Masters in Hospitality Management – Entrepreuers Track ans sits on their Board of Marketing Roundtable
Board of Director for University of Hawaii at Manoa Singapore (P) Ltd, a company set up by UHM to start an one-year undergraduate program for diploma students in hospitality management,
Hobbies include tennis and gym work outs, attending the Singapore Symphony Orchestra