Komen for the Cure’s Puget Sound affiliate introduced a new program, Pink Tie Guys, which features influential male leaders who can help engage and mobilize audiences in the breast cancer awareness movement. All nine men received a pink necktie, which they will wear throughout the year and at Komen Puget Sound events.
A new garden being planned for Astoria, Ore., will commemorate the contribution of Chinese people to the building of the Astoria area and Lower Columbia River Basin.
MulvannyG2 Architecture added Jenny Li as a design principal to its office in Bellevue.
A crowd gathered at the Imperial Garden Seafood Restaurant to raise $115,000 for the next stage of construction on the Seattle Chinese Garden’s (SCGS) Knowing the Spring Courtyard. Honorary co-chairs and hosts of the event were Christine and Omar Lee, owners of the Great Wall Mall in Renton. They donated meals to 230 guests.
MulvannyG2 Architecture’s project, Aquapearl in Taipei, Taiwan, was honored by Cityscape Asia 2009 as the Best Mixed-use Development-Future at the annual conference in Singapore. This award recognizes architects and developers that incorporate sustainable elements into building design, while being sensitive to the local culture and the natural environment. ♦
On April 6, more than 102 volunteers helped make this year’s Kin On–South China Benefit Dinner a great success. Among them were MulvannyG2 Architecture’s president Jerry Lee, Boy Scout Troop 254, the Kin On board of directors, as well as many dedicated community members. With more than 1136 dinners served, the community helped raise nearly […]
Zhang brings more than 20 years of experience in managing and developing international business relationships throughout China and the United States. He will be in charge of all operations for the Asian market. Zhang’s most recent position was being the chief representative for Weyerhaeuser in China.