Korean Consul General Lee at the China Club
– Seattle's new Consul General discusses Korea - China, business and challenges
The China Club is honored to welcome Korea's new Consul General Hyung-Jong LEE to the China Club on Friday, March 30. Consul General Lee will present his personal observations and analysis into the economic relations between South Korea and China that have emerged over the last three decades, and share Korean business perspectives on the current Chinese economic system. The opportunities and challenges in doing business with China will be identified not only from the Korean but also a global standpoint. He will also discuss his insights on how we should engage China economically in a mutually beneficial way.
About our speaker: A graduate of Seoul National University in 1990 and the European Institute at University College in 1994, Mr. Lee has had a long and successful career in the Korean Civil Service. Highlights include Assistant Director in the South-East Asian Countries - Responsibility: ASEAN, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and the Philippines. Deputy Director in the Economic Organization Division, Minister-Counselor at Korean Embassy in Cambodia, Deputy Director-General for Global Economic Affairs, MOFA, and Director-General for Climate Change, Energy and Environment, MOFA. Mr. Lee is married with a daughter and a son.
When: Friday 30 March 2018 Schedule:
Where: 6:30 pm Social
China Harbor Restaurant 7:00 pm Dinner
2040 Westlake Ave. North 8:15 pm Speaker
Dinner: Members $25, Non-members $32 (Purchased on Eventbrite or check in advance)
Members $28, Non-members $35 at the door
For those paying by check:
Mail checks to (made out to ‘China Club of Seattle’):
P.O. Box 13527
Mill Creek, WA 98082
For questions contact Allen Gibbs at email@example.com or 425 338 5466
The China Club holds five events a year. These events take place in September, November, January, March and May. Events normally take place the third Friday of the month.
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