SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Qi Lu, former EVP of Yahoo!, continues to dedicate his passion to the Chinese professional community and serve as the president of HYSTA, USA. HYSTA is greatly honored to have Qi's on-going commitment as President.
Qi officially left Yahoo! at end of August, he had served more than 10 years, which was a big change for him both personally and professionally, but one thing that has not changed is his dedication to serve the Chinese community and contribute to furthering HYSTA's vision in the role of President HYSTA, USA.
Said Qi Lu, "While I have left Yahoo, they still have my support. I greatly appreciate the many years I worked with such a world class organization. I'm looking forward to a new direction for myself in business and to continue to champion HYSTA's mission to help its members, serve the community and positively impact business between China and the Silicon Valley."
HYSTA will be presenting its annual conference -- China Beyond the Olympics on Saturday, October 4, 2008 at Santa Clara Convention Center. Renowned for its top industry business professional speakers and interactive panel discussions, HYSTA's past annual conference has attracted keynote speakers such as former Vice President Al Gore.
"I know of no greater business forum in the Silicon Valley, the sheer amount of experience, technical skill and networking opportunity is unsurpassed. My number one priority with HYSTA is to have this year's annual conference set a new standard of excellence in forums for business executives, venture capitalists and entrepreneurs interested in international opportunities."
HYSTA (Hua Yuan Science and Technology Association) is a leading
Chinese professional association in the US. Founded in 1999 by a group of
successful Chinese entrepreneurs, HYSTA aims at nurturing entrepreneurship
and career development among Chinese technology and business professionals
and facilitates networking and the exchange of business ideas between
Silicon Valley and China.
For more information visit: http://www.hysta.org/ac2008
Contact: Echo Wang
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