Xiaoming Wu - Chair

Xiaoming Wu has always been passionate about performing arts. She learned Chinese martial arts and dance at an early age. In 2003, she founded the Huaying Performing Arts Group, subsequently leaded the group to perform in community charity events and beyond. Her efforts propelled Huayin into the larged largest Chinese performing arts group serving the greater King County Area. Ms. Wu is currently the president of Huayin Performing Arts



- Vice Chair Jin Li







- Vice Chair Laurel Gao







Vincent Tao

Dr. Tao is Currently CEO of PPLive, PPTV. Prior to this postion, Dr. Tao was the Director of Microsoft MSN Local, Mobile and Virtual Earth Business Division, responsible for global product strategy and business development. He has made significant contributions to the establishment of Microsoft Virtual Earth mapping business and led a number of initiatives in Microsoft international expansion. Vincent joined Microsoft in 2005 through the acquisiton of GeoTango International Corp., of which he was Founder and CEO. Vincent Built GeoTango from a start-up to become one of the most recognizable companies in the industry.



Ya Lu

Ya Lu is one of the most celebrated dancers in modern China. With more than 20 years public appearances as a lead dancer, Lu's 1993 New Year's duet performance [Two Trees] with world-renowned dancer Yang LiPing on CCTV propelled him into the Chinese national spotlight. Born in Yunnan province and raised in a rich artistic family, Lu was admitted to the School of Dance at the Yunnan Provincial Arts Academy in 1975 and graduated valedictorian. After further studies at the Central University for Nationalities in Beijing, Lu was appointed council member of the Republic of China Dance Association, working extensively with Yang in the late 80's. As Ambassadors for the Chinese arts, Lu and Yang had visited Japan, Korea and other parts of the Southeast Asia to promote cultural exchanges, garnering overwhelming publicity along the way. Thoughout the 90's, their travels were not limited to China. Their influence spanned across the Pacific with exiting tour performances in LA, San Francisco, Newyork, Boston, Toronto and Vancouver BC. Upon his return, Lu was awarded by the government the highest honor [Gold Medal Tianshan Award] for his outstanding artistic achievements and remarkable contribution to the country

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