Topic : Dinner Talk with Patrick Choy (Class of 62)
Date : 28th October 2010 (Thursday)
Cocktail : 6:30 p.m.
Dinner : 7:00 p.m.
Venue : The Chinese Club, 8/F, 22 Connaught Road, Central, Hong Kong
Member : $250 per head
Non-member : $350 per head
Dinner Talk with Patrick Choy (Class of 62)
Motorola is generally regarded as the most successful investment in the first 25 years of China economic reform. In the Dinner talk of 28th October, Patrick Choy Kwok Hung ( Class of 62) will share with us the secret of how Motorola China turned a US$24 million corporation into a US$4.5 billion investment in a short lapse of 13 years.
In July 2003, Patrick retired from Motorola as its Corporate Vice President to start his business. Currently Patrick also serves as directors of several listed companies as well as a consultant to a number of Fortune 500 corporations. To recognize his contributions since 2003, the Chinese government appointed Patrick as a member of the Chinese People Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) the Upper House of the Chinese Parliament . Patrick is the first multi- national executive to be appointed as a CPPCC member. Bridge and stamp collecting are his main hobbies. Patrick is the Vice Chairman of the International Mind Sports Association and the World Bridge Federation. Patrick is also a multi gold medalist of world stamp championship.
We are extremely privileged to have Patrick amongst us to gain his invaluable thoughts and experience.
Please RSVP with Amy or Sonia at 2713 5268 to book your spot early.
Kindly make cheque payable to "Diocesan School Old Boys¡¦ Association Ltd." and send to 131 Argyle Street, Mongkok, Kowloon.
David Lau (Class of 1988)
Social Activities Sub-committee