Dragon Jade has organized a professional advisory panel consisting experts from the fields of medical, accounting and finance, legal, marketing research, etc. This advisory panel is responsible for the assessment and value appraisal of new traditional Chinese medicine and biotechnology project. Its objective is to assess the probability of success of new projects from the points of view of different disciplines, such that investment risk can be reduced to the minimal level. On the other hand, Dragon Jade is negotiating with several large international biotech venture capital funds on a cooperation plan, in which Dragon Jade will be responsible for the assessment, management, marketing and promotion of the venture capital funds’ new projects to ensure that all the projects invested by the venture capital funds have high rates of success. This cooperation plan will bring about win-win scenario for both the venture capital funds and Dragon Jade.
Mr. Jack W. Chung, J.D. - First Legal Advisor
Jack W. Chung, Esq. is an attorney at law,
with a practice focused on international commercial litigation, and technology
transfer-related business transactions between the United States and China. Mr.
Chung’s concentration is in dealing with disputed matters in business relating
to Intellectual Property issues. He has
represented clients in licensing agreements, patent-related matters, settlement
agreements, enforcement of trademark rights, and other business transaction
Mr. Chung is an adjunct professor at the
City University School of Law. He
co-teaches two classes with Professor Albert Wai-Kit Chan, which include
intellectual property law and Internet and the law. He is also Of Counsel to the Law Offices of
Albert Wai-Kit Chan, PLLC.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Chung was active
in the Chinese-American community. He
was a director of the US-China Lawyers Society (USCLS) and a business advisor
certified by the New York State Small Business Development Center program; in this capacity, he advised more
than 300 small business clients. He also
volunteered as a pro bono attorney at the offices of Renaissance Economic
Development Corporation, a subsidiary of Asian Americans For Equality (AAFE),
where he advised small business owners on legal matters. Mr. Chung was the Media Chair of Supreme
Court Justice Doris Ling-Cohan’s campaign in 2002, as well as various other
election campaigns in New York City.
Mr. Chung graduated from Brooklyn College, cum laude, and received his J.D. from CUNY
School of Law. He is admitted to
practice in the State of New York and the Supreme Court of the United States.
Dr. Steve Lai - Scientific Advisor
Dr. Steve Lai graduated from the Medical College of National Taiwan University and started his medical career in 1985 in Taiwan as an internist. From 1987 to 1988, he acted as the Chief Resident of Emergency Internal Medicine Department of Neihu General Hospital in Taipei. In 1988, he completed further training in Chest Medicine and became a fellow of the Taiwan Chest Society. In the same year, he diagnosed the first AIDS patient in Taipei and was granted an award for Taiwan for his contribution to the medical society of Taiwan. From 1988 to 1995, he acted as the Chief of Internal Medicine Department of Tamsui First Hospital in Taipei County.
Since 1990, Dr. Lai has begun to use various alternative medicines to cure different types of diseases. One of those alternative medicines is Shark Cartilage Powder. Dr. Lai is the first doctor in Asia to use Shark Cartilage Powder to treat difficult diseases including rheumatoid arthritis and systematic lupus erythematosus, and remarkable results have been achieved. In 1995, he migrated his medical team to Kuala Lumper to further expand the medical services to other countries of Asia. In 1996, he was highly accredited in the medical society and was invited to be honorary speaker in the Fifth Asian Chinese Medicine Conference held in Kuala Lumper, Malaysia.
Since 1999, Dr. Lai has begun to assist Sunfarm Corporation in the negotiation with US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on the feasibility of Phase III clinical trial of Selected Vegetables, which was finally agreed by FDA in 2002. In 2001, he began to speak at numerous medical seminars in the Asia Pacific Region together with Dr. Alexander Sun of SunFarm Corporation, the person who owns and invented the Selected Vegetables.
Mr. Edward Ho - Marketing Advisor
Mr. Edward Ho has over 15 years of experience in advertising and marketing industries and is currently Advertising Manager of Dragon Creative Limited. Mr. Ho’s experience extends to the Pharmaceutical / Health Supplement, Electronics / Technology, Luxury Goods / Retail Services, Card Services / Financial Institute and the Properties / Educational market sectors.
Mr. Ho has an Advanced Diploma in Business Administration from the Durham University Business School and a Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) at the University of New South Wales.
Mr. Daniel T.Y. Tai - Marketing Advisor
Mr. Daniel T.Y. Tai has more than 20 years of management and supervision experience in various enterprises which is engaging in the business of electronic products, catering and trading. From 1990 to 2006, he is a Manager and General Manager of Sharp-Roxy (HK) Limited in Hong Kong. He is primarily responsible for the planning, direction and control of all sales, advertising and promotion activities related to consumer electronic products. Apart from the local sales in Hong Kong, he also takes full responsibility and accountability of the corporate sales, sales administration and support and new business developments. From 2006 to 2007, he is a Manager and Director of Rakutei Dinning & Bar. From 2007 to 2009, he is a General Manager of Kelvin Electric Trading Company Limited. He is currently a Managing Director of Aqua Gold Holding Company Limited since 2009. From 2003 to present, Mr. Tai serves as a Director and Executive Director of Radio Association of Hong Kong. He is the Fellow of The Professional Validation Centre of Hong Kong Business Sector in 2005.