A Show of Donna Salyer's Fabulous Furs -
The World's Finest Faux Furs
Wrapped up an exciting 18th Annual
Kentucky International Trade Conference
PHOTOS ABOVE: On  02/16/2007, Paul C. F. Wang, Director of the Commercial
Division of  the Taipei Economic & Cultural Office based in Chicago visited the
Queen City with two other members of his office.  Shown in above photo is Mr.
Wang discussing the dynamic business opportunities available in
Taiwan to
business and community leaders at a welcoming luncheon at the Queen City Club in
downtown Cincinnati.  Standing to the right of Mr. Wang is Ohio State
Representative Jim Raussen and Joe Dehner, Esq. a partner with the law firm of
Frost Brown Todd.  In addition to being a well established trade partner of America,
Taiwan is now positioned as a leading high tech center and hub of innovation in the
heart of Asia. The event was hosted by Frost Brown Todd, LLC, Greater Cincinnati
Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Global Center of Greater Cincinnati,  Northern
Kentucky International Trade Association, and Ohio Chinese American Professional
Association.  Mr. Paul C. F. Wang is available to assist any company which is
interested in business in Taiwan and he can be reached at
paulwang@chicagocd.org
OHIO STATE REPRESENTATIVE JIM RAUSSEN  IS JOINED BY
MEMBERS OF GREATER CINCINNATI CHINESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE &
OHIO CHINESE AMERCAN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION IN A LUNCHEON TO
EXPLORE  DYNAMIC BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN TAIWAN
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Now is the winter of our discontent
 made glorious summer ...
Photocredit:  Charleston C K Wang

THE CHINESE ARE COMING!
GCCCC Welcomes an Investment Delegation from Shandong Linyi, China.
THE CHINESE ARE HERE!  On 02/17/07, Officers of the Greater Cincinnati Chinese
Chamber of Commerce (GCCCC) welcomed to Cincinnati, Ohio, the China
Shandong
Linyi
investment delegation.  Shown in picture above from left to right are Mr. Deng,
Mr. Bing, Ms. Du, Ms. Yang, Mr. Wang, Mr. Charlie Zhao (president of GCCCC), Ms.
Xiaojie Zavon (VP GCCCC) and Mr. Huang.  The visitors were treated to a Chinese
New Year program sponsored by the Greater Cincinnati Chinese School and held at
the Sycamore High School, Montgomery, Ohio.  Photo courtesy of GCCCC.
GCCCC Gives Viewpoint  in
Cincinnati Business Courier
March 2, 2007

Pragmatic immigration
policy could ease
money worries
by Charleston Wang
Mr. Wang practices immigration law and is on the
executive committee of the Greater Cincinnati
Chinese Chamber of Commerce.

During (Federal Reserve Chairman) Ben
Bernanke's report to the U S. Senate on Jan.
18, he again voiced unease about the health
of Social Security and Medicare, in particular,
and of the federal deficit in general. Federal
spending for Social Security, Medicare and
Medicaid, while taking up 8 1/2 percent of the
Gross Domestic Product in 2006, is projected
to expand to roughly 15 percent of the GDP by
2030.

Bernanke warned that ''if early and meaningful
action is not taken, the U.S. economy could be
seriously weakened," and he added a dire
note of urgency by saying that the "right time to
start was about 10 years ago."

....

The answer, therefore, is to enlarge the
working tax base. This can be done by
increasing natural birth and waiting 18
or more years or by opting for
immediate benefits through a pragmatic
immigration policy. .........  

For complete details on pragmatic
immigration reform, please read the
entire OpEd published in the website of
CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER at

http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/stories/2
007/03/05/editorial3.html?hbx=
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THE GREATER CINCINNATI CHINESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Presents this Award of Recognition to
CITY OF MOUNT HEALTHY POLICE DEPARTMENT
In the County of Hamilton, State of Ohio

And recognizes in particular

Chief Albert P. Schaefer

For their dedication given to
The investigation, arrest and conviction
Of the serial robbers of Chinese American Restaurants
And the protection of Chinese American citizens and businesses
During 2005-2006

Resolved and Approved by the Board of Trustees
on this Christmas Day, 25th day of December, 2006

With Our Greatest Appreciation
THE GREATER CINCINNATI CHINESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE









THE GREATER CINCINNATI CHINESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Presents this Award of Recognition to
CITY OF MASON POLICE DEPARTMENT
In the County of Warren, State of Ohio

And recognizes in particular
Detective Mike Jesse

For their dedication given to
The investigation, arrest and conviction
Of the serial robbers of Chinese American Restaurants
And the protection of Chinese American citizens and businesses
During 2005-2006

Resolved and Approved by the Board of Trustees
on this Christmas Day, 25th day of December, 2006

With Our Greatest Appreciation
THE GREATER CINCINNATI CHINESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE







THE GREATER CINCINNATI CHINESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Presents this Award of Recognition to
SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT
In the County of Hamilton, State of Ohio

And recognizes in particular
Detective James Ohl
Detective Robert Merkle
Officer Ken Smith
Officer Chris Williams

For their dedication given to
The investigation, arrest and conviction
Of the serial robbers of Chinese American Restaurants
And the protection of Chinese American citizens and businesses
During 2005-2006

Resolved and Approved by the Board of Trustees
on this Christmas Day, 25th day of December, 2006

With Our Greatest Appreciation
THE GREATER CINCINNATI CHINESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
NATIONAL CHINESE DELEGATION OF DISTINGUISHED
DESIGNERS AND ARCHITECTS VISITS CINCINNATI
Shown in photo below are members of the China Institute of
Interior Designers visiting the University of Cincinnati
(College Conservatory of Music
Plaza)
On 4/24/2007, the Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati
USA and the Greater Cincinnati Chinese Chamber
of Commerce held a joint networking meeting.  The
topic for the evening was a panel discussion on
immigration law.  Featured in photo below from left
to right are:
Charleston Wang, Peggy Godar,
Richard Fleischer, and George Fee.  
Photo courtesy of Shau Zavon