Partner Nicholas Chen delivered a presentation titled "Game-Changing Implications of China/Taiwan Peace Initiatives on World/Asian Markets" as part of Hedge Funds Care's "Cocktails & Commentary" speaker series in New York City.
Partner Nicholas V. Chen attended the Angel Island Foundation Benefit annual charity dinner in San Francisco. The Angel Island Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote a greater understanding of Pacific Coast immigration and its role in shaping America’s past, present and future.
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Pamir colleagues have made a donation through the Tzu Chi foundation and we encourage clients and friends to also show their solidarity and contribute with rescue and relief efforts in southern Taiwan.
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Golden Bridges announced a partnership with the China Children and Teenagers' Fund and the Beijing Shuren-Ribet Private School to provide ongoing support to the “ShuMeng-ErMa” program, which provides housing and education to 126 impoverished Qiang minority children who were rescued from collapsed schools in the Wenchuan and Mao Counties in Sichuan.
Nicholas Chen presented AALDEF’s 2009 Justice in Action Award to civil rights lawyer Dale Minami at its 35th anniversary charity dinner at Pier 60 in New York City before 700 attendees. Minami headed the legal team that set aside US vs. Korematsu, one of the US’s most infamous Supreme Court cases violating civil liberties of citizens during World War II.
We would like to thank the Strategic Executive Search Group, Edelman, Pristine Communications, The State of Louisiana Asia Trade Office and the Taiwan Environmental Information Association for helping us make John Liu's visit to Taiwan a success.
Date:5/19, 5/20, 5/21, 2008
Venue: Pamir Law Group. 14F, No.116, Nanking E. Rd., Sec. 2, Taipei
In 1995 the Environmental Education Media Project (EEMP) documented a decade long project to restore ecosystem functions which dramatically and successfully transformed a portion of the north central China Loess Plateau in an area larger than Belgium. This experience is the basis for successful national and local efforts in Africa in Rwanda, Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania. The UNEP is cooperating to share this knowledge globally. The global implications to transform large areas of the planet’s ecosystem and climate cannot be under-estimated. This represents a paradigm shift in human understanding and behavior. It is a critical component of the knowledge needed to address many of our most pressing concerns, including food security, fresh water, habitat, poverty, income disparity and even climate change.
Pamir colleagues have made a donation through the Tzu Chi foundation and we encourage clients and friends to also show their solidarity with the victims of the earthquake in the Sichuan province.
An international colloquium on “Cultural resources for sustainable development” will take place in Shanghai, April 25, hotel Four Seasons.