我们的团队
 Louie Szeto
Publisher
Louie Szeto, B.A., LLM, is the Publisher of China Canada Business Times.  Louie is a seasoned senior executive with extensive experience in corporate leadership and management, Sino government relations, managing large-scale projects and setting strategic direction for a variety of businesses.  Louie has established and maintains extensive relationships in Asia, having over 20 years executive and management experience across industries in China, Thailand and Hong Kong.

In March 2013, Louie founded and overseas the China Canada Business Times magazine in Richmond Hill, Canada.  The magazine is a bi-weekly, print/on-line news magazine that covers economics, finance, and trade in the context of Canada - China relations, with China now Canada's second largest trading partner.

Prior to co-founding the China Canada Business Times, from 2003 - 2012, Louie was the Chief Executive Officer of Maxprime Industries Co. Ltd., Hong Kong, a developer and manufacturer of a diversified range of consumer electronic products.  As CEO, Louie was responsible for initiating and executing all strategies for promoting the company's brand and image, approving all budgets and sales plans, and directing all internal operations and management.

Louie also provided strategic direction and value add support to the management of chain stores, setting and agreeing on key qualitative and quantitative targets, ensuring accountability and reviewing and assessing performance of all key management. Louie also initiated and arranged financings on behalf and in support of Maxprime, involving a wide variety of merger and acquisition, divestiture, take-over, valuation, restructuring and other financial advisory transactions.

Prior to Maxprime, Louie was the Assistant General Manager of Shenzhen Yuezhong (Group) Co. Ltd., Shenzhen, directing the commercial real estate development and construction division of the Group, including having responsibility for all project planning, promotion, bidding and establishing and maintaining good relations with all government agencies and contacts.  Louie coordinated various real estate development projects in a number of territories, while also establishing and setting the annual strategies for the real estate division and summarizing and reporting on annual results and profitability.

As the Chief of Delegates of the Chinese side in 1998, Louie planned and presented the application for the 2nd and highly successful session of the Sino-Thailand Traditional Medicines Exhibition to China's Health Department, Science Department, Foreign Trading Department and Thailand's Health Department.

Louie managed large scale infrastructure projects in Shenzhen, including the Shenzhen Centre Zone Development Project on the location of the China Hi-Tech Fair, as well as the Eiangmei General Market Rebuilding Project and the Xiangmei Road Construction Project.

Previously, Louie acted as Great China Division Manager for Hong Kong Torim Development Co., Ltd., Hong Kong, advising and leading the real estate development company's entrance into the China domestic market, initiating bids on large scale projects in a variety of territories.
 
 
 
 
Jessica Chen
President
Jessica Chen is the President of China Canada Business Times.  Jessica is an experienced and senior brand manager and developer, and possesses extensive business and supplier relationships in China and Hong Kong as well as within Canada where Jessica has also cultivated relationships with all levels of government, including municipal, provincial and federal.

In June 2013, Jessica co-founded Mixculture Capital Management Group Inc ("Mixculture Capital"), a Richmond Hill, Canada based tourism and development enterprise.  Mixculture Capital is focused on seeking investment opportunities for a offshore private equity fund that will be established in middle 2014. Mixculture Capital is also an approved agency  by Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada in Money Transfer and Money Exchange. Mixculture Capital has a professional expert team in public trading and stock exchanges.

As President of the China Canada Business Times, Jessica leads all strategies and initiatives, including arranging and conducting interviews with prominent thought leaders, business professionals and politicians in Canada to enhance and develop the business magazine.  The magazine provides a unique focus to fostering and promoting business relationships between Canadian businesses and business people and companies and executives in China.

Prior to the establishment of Mixculture Capital and China Canada Business Times, from 2002 - 2009, Jessica was the Brand Business Manager for Hyundai Corporation in Hong Kong, and was responsible for developing and executing new supplier relationships in China and Hong Kong domestic markets, sourcing qualified suppliers for overseas subsidiaries, and maintaining strong relationships with manufacturers across China while also evaluating factory quality and performance results. In particular, Jessica has established a strong network of relationships with a variety of manufacturers in China, particularly in  Guangdong and Greater Shanghai Area.
 
 
Graham Smart
Editor-In-Chief
Graham-Smart is an Associate Professor in Carleton University’s School of Linguistics and Language Studies. After completing a Ph.D. in Education at McGill University’s Centre for the Study and Teaching of Writing, he taught in the U.S. for seven years, five at Purdue University and two at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, before coming home to Ottawa in 2004 to teach at Carleton. Graham’s research and teaching focus on the study of writing in academic and professional settings as well as on the language and argumentation used in environmental debates.

Prior to starting a professional academic career, Graham worked for fifteen years as an in-house writing consultant and trainer at the Bank of Canada, the country’s central bank. As an insider, he was able to use the Bank of Canada as a research site for an ethnographic study of the role of technology-mediated discourse in the organization’s knowledge-building, policy-making, and public communication. This work was eventually published in the book, Writing the economy: Activity, genre, and technology in the world of banking.
 
James Chu
Editor 
 

James Chu has more than ten years of experience working with newspapers and magazines. As an editorial member of the China Canada Business Times, James works under the editor-in-Chief and is responsible for selecting, reviewing, modifying and proofreading the stories and articles for each issue of the magazine.

James earned his academic degrees in China with a M.A. and a LL.M. Before immigrating to Canada, James was an associate professor of law and a practicing lawyer. 


 Alex Zhang
Graphic Designer 
 
Alex Zhang is a graphic designer of China Canada Business Times with a very good sense of art and strong expertise in visual presentation and page layout. 
Alex has over 10 years of experience in the fied of graphic design and worked for various publications and websites before he joined CCBT, which includes Canada's popular magazine Meditation and Health published nation-wide and fashion magazine INSERT distributed in the Greater Toronto Area. 
 
Nada Siyu Yu
Marketing Coordinator 
 

Nada is the correspondent of CCBT. She coordinates CCBT’s internal and external communication regarding to various aspects; such as marketing strategies, interview set-up, advertisement inquiry, meeting arrangement/report, and event-planning. Nada is also responsible for assisting the editors to conduct research, translate material and maintain website uploading.

Nada is a freelance writer and PR consultant prior to joining CCBT.  She obtained her double majors honour BA degree from York University in Psychology and Communication Studies in 2013. 

 
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