M. Guy Saint-Jacques
M. Saint-Jacques joined the Department of External Affairs (today known as Global Affairs Canada) in 1977, holding office in New York, Mexico City, Kinshasa, Hong Kong, Washington, D.C. and four assignments in China. He was the Ambassador for Canada to the People’s Republic of China from 2012 to 2016.
Since retiring from the public service, M. Saint-Jacques works as an adviser through his company GS+J Groupe-conseil Inc. and is a Senior Fellow at the China Institute of the University of Alberta as well as at the Institut d’études internationales de Montréal (IEIM). He also sits on the Advisory Board of the Québec Chapter of the Canada-China Business Council.
M. Kelvin Mo
M. Mo is a successful entrepreneur, and a specialist in the fields of business and administration. Entrepreneur at heart, he is the founder of two companies and one of the founders of CCSME, as well as the Vice-President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Saint-Laurent - Mont Royal. M. Mo founded YCPA (Young Chinese Professionals Association) in 1999, and since then has dedicated himself to the China-Canada dialogue.
M. Andrew Fang
M. Fang is an experienced Senior Associate with a demonstrated history of working in the international trade and development industry. With 15+ years of experience in the banking sector, he is skilled in portfolio management and financial services, and has developed Montreal first set of private banking services targeted at customers from China and Asia.
M. Fang is passionate about community causes, and has dedicated his time and energy to the Montreal Chinese Hospital and the McGill University Health Center Foundation. He is also a mentor for students in the early stages of their career development, often speaking at events organized by student associations from the universities Concordia and McGill.
M. Easy Wang
M. Wang is the co-founder and VP Development of Cacao 70, an award-winning chocolate bean-to-bar producer based in Montreal. An entrepreneur whose business acumen has developed the chocolate-focused company into a thriving national (soon-to-be international) franchise in less than 10 years, he has successfully created a Canadian chocolate experience that delights customers one daily basis. M. Wang has won many awards recognizing this such as the 2017 “Entrepreneur from diversity” from the RJCCQ (Quebec Coalition of Young Chambers of Commerce).
Ms. Judy Hou
Ms. Hou is a counsel at Dentons’ Montréal office where she practises corporate/commercial law with a particular emphasis on China-related matters. She has been involved in major investments from China to Canada, specifically in the fields of mining, infrastructure, energy, green technology, and real estate.
Before coming to Canada, Ms. Hou practised Chinese commercial law for 8+ years, and her significant experience in both countries have provided her with a practical understanding of how the Canadian and Chinese legal business environments intersect, helping clients from both countries achieve their competitive objectives.
Ms. Lisa Lin
Director of Projects
With more than 18 years of international working experience in marketing, business analysis & development as well as project management, Ms. Lisa Lin has an acute ability to identify and develop new business opportunities and cultivate strong relationships with clients and partners to collaborate towards mutual success.
Mr. Claude Chapdelaine
President of the regional board of Montreal West, Desjardins Movement
Mr. David Heurtel
Mr. Vincent Kou
Vice President, Corporate Development & Growth, Brivia Group
Mr. Karam Melki
Director of Dakahxi Consulting Inc.
Mr. Chen Fuzhong
Vice President, Quebec Tianjin Association and Quebec Tianjin Chamber of Commerce
Mr. Pascal Forget
Vice-President at Morgan Stanley Services Canada Corporation
Mr. Santoso Hanitijo
President of Gelysandre Capital Inc.
Mr. Bin Zhang
President of the China Cultural Industry Association
Mr. Bo Lu