EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBER 2020/2021
Lena is a Singaporean, lived in Hong Kong for 16 years before moving to Ningbo in 2004. She is a Company Director of her own clothing business which is an exporter and manufacturer of fashion apparels in Ningbo for more than 30 years, responsible for the sales and marketing for overseas customers. Lena is one of the founding members of the Singapore Kakis Club (Ningbo) in 2008. She is also a committee member of OWOD which is a charity group that helps women who suffer from Breast Cancer in Ningbo. Lena's perspective towards Ningbo city and China is very positive and sees it as a place of great opportunites and prospects, now modern and booming with good class malls, international brands and high-end property developments. Lena loves Ningbo!
DawSee Lim, Singaporean lived in Ningbo for 17 years since 2004. He is partner of Aeroton Sales International Singapore (Semi-con Industry, R&D and manufacturing) and Managing Director of Aeroton Marine International Singapore (Marine Industry, Ship building & Project Management). DawSee was conferred PhD from The University of Nottingham in Ningbo. His entrepreneurship and continuous learning passion, drive him forward and keep him motivated to pursue his dreams in China.
Tristan is the founder of Strive Green International. His company specialises in importation and distribution of plant based products. He was one of the pioneers and KOC promoting and advocating plant based milk in China since 2017. Prior to that he worked for a MNC marine engineering company DEME for 20 years as senior engineer, superintendent and his last designation was the General Manager for the underwater drilling and blasting company in China.
May Tan-Mullins is a Singaporean and have been in Ningbo, working in The University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) since 2009. She became the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning on 1 January 2018. She is a Professor in International Relations, the Head of The International Exchange and Cooperation Center of Ningbo CEEC Cooperation Institute, as well as the Director of The Ningbo International Collaboration Research Institute. She is a recipient of the Camellia Friendship Award from the Ningbo government in 2018.
Alex started working in Hong Kong with BBDO before moving to Ningbo in 2005. His previous clients include Fedex, Standard Chartered Bank, Visa, and Audi. Since 2014, he started doing branding, strategy and franchise consulting for companies looking to expand in China and SEA. Previous clients include the Peacebird Group, Van Milk, and Kao Chu. His latest project is developing the China market for First Love Patisserie, a Hokkaido Mille Crepe brand from Singapore.
Alex Koh start travelling to China in 2001, and relocate to China in 2002 as Technical Operation Manger in a Swedish company. He accepted a new challenge in 2009 to set up a production base and sales organization for a Swedish company in Ningbo NIP. Alex is currently the General Manager of Accessco Automatic Door (Ningbo) CO., Ltd. has been living in Ningbo for the past 11 years.
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As a Ningbo local, got MOE scholarship and entered National University of Singapore in 1996. Graduated in 2000 and became Singapore PR in 2001. Worked in several companies including SPH and Avitra in Singapore after graduation, then sent back to Ningbo by Alfagomma group to explore the Chinese market in 2006.
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Born in Singapore and lived and studied in Hong Kong for 16 years, thereafter continued his education in Australia. Benjamin began his life in Ningbo from 2011 when he joined his family's Ningbo-based textile business as Sourcing Manager, responsible for the product development for their overseas clients. However, he realised that he did not share the same interest in the textile business and subsequently ventured into the food business instead, and was previously the master franchisee of Chewy Junior in Ningbo.
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Originally from Singapore, CK Wong moved to Ningbo in 2007 to work for a trading company for two years before starting Ningbo Hyper Auto Co Ltd with a partner in 2009 trading in auto parts. Currently a Company Director in A Plus Auto Pte Ltd.
Suzie was born in Singapore, studied in Singapore and a student council at school, holding a Singapore permanent residency but had immigrated back to Taiwan with parents, lived in Taiwan for 15 years and moved to Ningbo in 2005 for business. She is a Vice President of a Group Company manufacturing and exporting personal care products with six factories, a workman force of 3000, office staffs of 500 servicing over 800 customers worldwide. Suzie sees positive and great opportunities in Ningbo and enjoying her living in Ningbo.