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operations in Greater China, Japan and Korea. He is a former Vice President of the New York chapter of AAJA. Stakeholder Advisory Board Wendy Chan, founder and principal, Definity Marketing Beatrice Chen, education and programs director, Museum of Chinese in America David Chen, executive director, Chinese-American Planning Council Wellington Chen, executive director, Chinatown Partnership Margaret Fung, executive director, AALDEF Kevin Kong, associate managing director, Renaissance New York Ed Litvak, founder and editor, The Lo-Down NY (http://thelodownny.com) June Jee, board member, OCA-NY Andrea Louie, executive director, Asian American Arts Alliance Telly Wong, IW Group; founder, The Five Points Variety Hour Editorial Staff Angela Chen (Reporter) is originally from southern California but loves NYC like it's her own. She is currently a freelance reporter for NY1. Before that, she studied at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, where her beat was Chinatown and the Lower East Side. Her previous experiences include working as a news writer and associate producer of the morning news program "Good Morning San Diego" at KUSI News. Angela was also an NBC News fellow at Dateline and Channel One News. She has written for the San Diego Union-Tribune and worked for The Charlie Rose Show. Angela did her undergraduate work at the University of California, San Diego, where she earned degrees in Literature/Writing and Psychology. She is a member of AAJA, SPJ and Pi Beta Phi. Katherine Fung (Reporter) is a writer and editor based in New York, and Regional Listings Coordinator for Patch.com. Prior to working with Patch, she was Special Projects Intern for Time Out New York, an intern for the Huffington Post, and worked as a special events intern for Chinatown's Chinese-American Planning Council. She grew up in Brooklyn and graduated from Bryn Mawr College with a degree in Urban Studies. Michelle Jiang (Reporter) is currently an editorial intern at WomansDay.com. As a recent graduate from CUNY College of Staten Island, she is an internet-savvy aspiring journalist, covering multiple areas of interests from music and arts to cultural and local events in Greater New York. After studying for a semester abroad in Rome, Italy, and months spent exploring the European continent, Michelle was bitten by the travel bug and has since been fevered with a passion for delving into diverse cultures around the world. Having lived in New York her whole life, she is the product of a rich melting pot environment. Roque Ruiz-Gonzรกlez (Web Producer) graduated in late 2007 as a Graphic Designer from Miami International University of Art & Design, he quickly became one of the main designer for Miami Page 200 of 201

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