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  • Lee, Ching
    Meeting with China Hi-Tech Park Delegation: Topic: Opportunities at Chinese Hi-Tech Parks Time: 7:30 pm Monday, March 12, 2001 Place: Stanford
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      Meeting with China Hi-Tech Park Delegation:

      Topic: Opportunities at Chinese Hi-Tech Parks
      Time: 7:30 pm Monday, March 12, 2001
      Place: Stanford CIS Building (Center for Integrated Systems)
      Room 101 (Cypress auditorium)

      If you are interested to learn the policies of the Chinese hi-tech park and
      is looking for opportunities to collaborate with people in China, you are
      welcome to join the discussion with the Chinese delegation, comprising
      representatives from Chinese Science and Technology Park of a number of
      cities, including Beijing, Xi'an, Chengdu, Changchun, Suzhou and Changshu.


      Members of the delegation will present opportunities available at the
      hi-tech parks in China, and explain the projects available for
      collaboration. You will have an opportunity to get to know a number of high
      tech parks in one meeting.

      The meeting is cosponsored by a number of local associations, including:
      Hua Yuan Science and Technology Association www.huayuan.org
      <http://www.huayuan.org>
      Peking University Alumni Association
      Tsinghua University Alumni Association
      Silicon Valley Chinese Engineers Association


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      Driving Direction:
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      enter Stanford university through Palm Drive toward the Oval,
      make right turn onto Campus Drive (west),
      follow Campus drive through 4-5 stop signs,
      CIS is on the left side when you come to a 90 degree curve,
      park on either side of Campus drive,
      Cypress room is on the first floor of the CIS building

      Direction for CIS:
      http://www-cis.stanford.edu/misc/directions.html

      Map for Stanford Campus:
      http://www.stanford.edu/home/map/search_map.html
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