Canada-China Cooperation Symposium

Shane Chen schen at
Thu Mar 30 23:36:28 EST 1995

         Canada-China Society of Science and Technology (CSST)


Dear CSST Members:

Canada-China Society of Science and Technology (CSST) will hold the 2nd 
Annual Symposium on Cooperation between Canada and China in Science, 
Technology and Trade in Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre on Monday, 
April 10th, 1995.  All CSST members are encouraged to participate in this 
event.  Attached please find a copy of the Symposium Agenda and the 
Registration form.  Our ad has appeared in Vancouver Sun (Saturday, March 25, 
1995, page C7).

This year, we have invited outstanding speakers from Government Officials of 
both Canada and China, and from Executives of Canadian companies who have 
successfully entered the emerging markets in China and Asia.  Co-sponsored by 
Science Council of BC, the symposium will not only give you the updated 
information in China, it will also provide you unique opportunities to meet 
executives of local hi-tech companies.  In particular, it will be of great 
benefit to you for searching JOBS, TECHNOLOGICAL COOPERATION and BUSINESS 

In addition, you are welcomed to submit a paper (and a recent photo) to the 
symposium.  If selected by the Organizing Committee, the paper and photo will 
be printed in the symposium program.  This is the privilege only for our 
fellow CSST members.

If you have any question, please don't hesitate to contact us.  We look 
forward to seeing you soon.

Xing-Fei He
Vice President
Corporate Relations


            What China Is Looking for & What Canada Can Supply


Canada-China Society of Science and Technology (CSST) is a non-political, non-
profit organization whose major objectives are to promote scientific exchange,
technological cooperation, and business trades between the two countries.  It 
has several hundred members in various fields of science and technology across 
Canada.  CSST has organized events such as symposia, business trips to China, 
and technology transfer.  Its endeavours have been warmly endorsed by 
governments and private sectors.

The 1st symposium on cooperation between Canada and China was held in Robson 
Square Conference Centre in Vancouver last year, attracting more than 250 
people.   The audience has gained experience from the outstanding speakers 
covering a wide range of exciting topics concerning cooperation with the 
fastest growing area.

CSST is pleased to announce the 2nd annual symposium.  Co-sponsored by Science 
Council of BC, the symposium will focus on the comparison of science and 
technologies between the two countries, the current business environment in 
China, and new venture opportunities.  Government officials will highlight 
the current policies and needs in Chinese markets.  Hi-tech companies will 
tell their first-hand experiences and successful stories of cooperation and 
doing business in China and Asia in telecommunications, biotechnology, 
forestry, transportation, computing, and much more!

Venue: 	Vancouver Trade & Convention Centre, Vancouver, B.C.
Time: 	Monday, April 10th, 1995	
        5:30 - 7:00 pm: reception and dinner
	7:00 - 10:30 pm: symposium
Registration: Suite 206, Imperial Square, 4585 Canada Way, Burnaby, B.C., 
        V5G 4L6
	Tel: (604) 298-9819     Fax: (604) 298-5813
Inquiry: Mr. J.C. Yu, Tel: (604) 857-9662/864-8843, Fax: 864-8843
	Dr. Yenyou Zheng, Tel: (604) 822-2477/222-0883, Fax: 222-0883


5:30-6:15 pm - Registration and Reception
6:15-7:00 pm - Dinner & Dinner Speech
	Mr. Raymond Chan, Secretary of State for Asia-Pacific 
	Mr. Zhaoxi Ning, Vice Consul-General, Consulate General of PRC 
            in Vancouver
7:00-7:10 pm - Opening Address 
	Mr. J.C. Yu, Chairman, CSST
7:10 -8:15 pm - Governmental Policies and Programs:
	Mr. Ron Woodward, President, Science Council of BC
	Dr. Deborah George, Assistance Deputy Minister of Employment & 
            Investment of BC
	Mr. Zhiming Liu, Consul for Sci & Tech, Consulate General of PRC 
            in Vancouver
	Mr. Ming Xu, Consul for Education, Consulate General of PRC 
            in Vancouver
8:15 -8:30 pm - Coffee Break
8:30 - 10:15 pm - Technological Applications, Business and Trade:
	Dr. Michael Smith, Nobel Laureate, Biotech Laboratories, UBC
	Mr. J.M. Little, President, Syndel Laboratories Ltd.
	Mr. Ho Yee Low, Hughes Aircraft of Canada Ltd.
	Mr. Elmer Sum, Managing Director, Orion 2000 Technologies Ltd.
	Mr. Douglas Chun, Norsat International Inc.
	Dr. Weiwu Zhou, BC Transportation & Highways
	Mr. Paul Binotto, Vice President, Astrographic Industries Ltd.
	Dr. Xiaoping Yuan, BC Forestry
	Mr. Lifeng Wang, President, XingXing Computer Consultants Ltd.
10:15 -10:30 pm - Closing Address:
	Dr. Suezone Chow, Chairman, Science Council of BC

	Science Council of BC

			     Special Thanks to:

	Consulate General of PRC in Vancouver
	Arno Instruments and Computer Systems Co.
	Prudential Insurance
	Worrall, Scott and Page
	Vancouver Trade & Convention Centre






Tel: ________________________________Fax:___________________________________

Please reserve _________ tickets @ $50/$90 (incl. GST) = $____________Total

Fee (incl. dinner): 
       Register by Friday, April 7, 1995: $10-student; $50-CSST member; 
				          $90-Non-member Walk-in: $100
Payment: Mail this form with a cheque (payable to CCSST) to:
       #206, Imperial Square, 4585 Canada Way, Burnaby, BC, V5G 4L6
       Or FAX this form to (604) 298-5813 and bring the cheque to the site.


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