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Weiwei Chen, Shanghai class of 2002, joined Yum! Brands as the Chief Financial Officer for the China Division in July of 2012.

Prior to joining Yum! Brands, Weiwei was the CFO of China and then the CFO of Asia for Sanofi.

Yum! China is the leading retail developer in China with nearly 4,790 restaurants in more than 800 cities. Their brands include KFC as well as Pizza Hut. The Shanghai-based China Division opened more than 650 new restaurants in China and generated $908 million in operating profit in 2011.

To learn more about Yum! China, please go to http://www.yum.com/brands/china.asp

Weiwei can be connected with via her LinkedIn page: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/weiwei-chen/55/484/a48.

Congratulations again to Weiwei and best wishes with your new endeavour!

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Congratulations to Bo Sun (Shanghai 2008)

We’d like to extend our congratulations and best wishes to Bo Sun who is now the General Manager of ElringKlinger Engineered Plastics Commercial Co., Ltd. in Qingdao.
ElringKlinger Engineered Plastics Qingdao Ltd. is the subsidiary of ElringKlingerKunststofftechnik GmbH.

ElringKlingerKunststofftechnik, an independent business unit in the ElringKlinger Group, develop and produce seals and engineering design elements from high performance plastics such as PTFE, PTFE compounds and PTFE composites as one of the technology leaders for over 40 years. The seals and engineering elements such as bellows, diaphragms, nozzles, PTFE tubing, porous PTFE are widely used in different industries, e.g. automotive, medical, machinery, bottling equipment, chemical processing etc.

For more information about Bo’s new organization, please visit http://www.elringklinger-ep.cn

To connect with Bo further, please email bo.sun@elringklinger.com

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“Poor listening habits are responsible for many of our daily woes. Whether it’s a damaging disagreement with a co-worker, a miscommunication with a spouse or partner, or an awful customer service experience, the smoking gun is often a simple failure to pay attention–to truly listen to what the other person is saying.”

http://www.fastcompany.com/1844027/9-steps-finally-shutting-and-learning-listen

For Creative Cities, the Sky Has Its Limit — It’s not enough to build tall if people aren’t thrown together to interact.

For the first time in history, more than half of the people in the world, 3.3 billion of us, live in cities. By 2050, according to the best projections, urbanites will account for as much as 70% of the global population.

 

Nina Hsu (Beijing 2009) joins Harper International. 

Congratulations to Nina Hsu for her new position with Harper International, a Buffalo, NY based company specializing in the development, production, and export of high tech materials manufacturing equipment. In her new role at Harper, she will be leading the global Government Relations and Business Development efforts. Nina will split her time between DC and NY.

Nina’s LinkedIn profile can be found at http://www.linkedin.com/in/ninahsu if you wish to connect with her.

For more information on Harper International please visit http://www.harperintl.com/

Congratulations again to Nina and our best wishes to her!

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BYGO Consulting is Shanghai’s premier executive training consultancy. We deliver quantifiable results through our unique workshops that are specifically designed by experts to reveal and develop the talents of each of our participants.

BYGO Consulting was founded by two Rutgers MBA Students who recognized a need for managers in Shanghai to be able to better assimilate in their multinational organizations. Based on this need BYGO developed a series of seminars and workshops covering communication, leadership, networking and presentation skills all designed to bring real world knowledge to the classroom, and always taught by executives.

Contact:
Brendon Gildea
Professional Coach
BYGO Consulting
186.0215.1771
http://www.facebook.com/BYGOconsulting

Malaysia’s ringgit and South Korea’s won advanced for a second day after Premier Wen Jiabao said the momentum for a recovery in China isn’t yet in place and the government needs to assess and recognize the problems, Xinhua News Agency reported yesterday.

To read more: http://buswk.co/LmQP2S