Hello, and thanks for your question
One of your best sources of information is the Hong Kong Association
of Northern California. You can visit their website at:
The site includes a list of their major corporate members, including
such firms as:
APEX Maritime Co., Inc.
Bank of America
Besphil & Co. (US) Ltd.
Citibank - Private Bank
Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe
MTC Trading Company
Merrill Lynch International
Montclair Hills, Inc.
Montgomery Lands Inc.
Pacific Century CyberWorks
Reliance Technical Services
Strategic Planning Associates
Tai Seng Video Marketing Inc.
United Commercial Bank
Waterfront Container Leasing Co., Inc.
The Zeka Group, Inc. ...
...and many others.
The site also includes information about membership in the
organization, which you may want to consider, at it seems to provide
numerous high-level networking opportunities.
HKANC sponsors the usual grab-bag of lunches, conferences, and other
networking events. Their site includes highlights from past events,
including such forums as:
Success and Changing Times - Sybase's transition: Changing strategy to
meet changing conditions
John S. Chen, Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and
President of Sybase, Inc.
A Technology Christmas Carol
Professor Eugene Wong, Chairman, Council of Advisors on Innovation and
Technology, Hong Kong
(Co-sponsored by HKETO)
You might also want to have a look at the group's directors and
advisory board members, which can be found here:
There's also an interesting list of companies -- a number of which are
technology companies in the SF area -- at this site:
of a conference held in San Francisco area last year, aimed at doing
business in China .
I hope this is the type of information you were looking for, and that
it meets your needs. But if you find anything here requires
elaboration, or if you need additional information, just let me know
through a Request for Clarification, and I'll be happy to assist you
Clarification of Answer by
17 Jun 2003 11:45 PDT
Hmmm...the site opens right up for me, so I'm not sure what the
However, here's a few options:
Try the link again with the full http address:
If that doesn't work, here's the Google cache of the page, which also
contains the list:
If neither of these work out, for some reason, just let me know, and
we'll find some other solution.
And as I said before, if this answer doesn't meet with your
satisfaction for any reason, just let me know what additional
information you need, and I'll do my best to find it for you.