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Sunday, December 31, 1989

Yo-Yo Ma
Cellist
Sound Postings, LLC silkroad culture entrepreneur (Jinping g20 one belt one road) ; CCTV cultural belt
Yo-Yo Ma's multi-faceted career is testament to his continual search for new ways to communicate with audiences, and to his personal desire for artistic growth and renewal. Whether performing new or familiar works from the cello repertoire, coming together with colleagues for chamber music or exploring cultures and musical forms outside the Western classical tradition, Mr. Ma strives to find connections that stimulate the imagination.

Yo-Yo Ma maintains a balance between his engagements as soloist with orchestras throughout the world and his recital and chamber music activities. He draws inspiration from a wide circle of collaborators, creating programs with such artists as Emanuel Ax, Daniel Barenboim, Kayhan Kalhor, Ton Koopman, Yu Long, Edgar Meyer, Mark Morris, Cristina Pato, Kathryn Stott, Chris Thile, Michael Tilson Thomas, Wu Man, Wu Tong, and Damian Woetzel. Each of these collaborations is fueled by the artists' interactions, often extending the boundaries of a particular genre. One of Mr. Ma's goals is the exploration of music as a means of communication and as a vehicle for the migration of ideas across a range of cultures throughout the world. To that end, he has taken time to immerse himself in subjects as diverse as native Chinese music with its distinctive instruments and the music of the Kalahari bush people in Africa.

Expanding upon this interest, in 1998, Mr. Ma established Silkroad, a nonprofit organization that seeks to create meaningful change at the intersections of the arts, education and business. Under his artistic direction, Silkroad presents performances by the acclaimed Silk Road Ensemble and develops new music, cultural partnerships, education programs, and cross-disciplinary collaborations. Silkroad's ongoing affiliation with Harvard University has made it possible to develop programs such as the Arts and Passion-Driven Learning Institute for educators and teaching artists, held in collaboration with the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a new Cultural Entrepreneurship initiative in partnership with Harvard Business School. More than 80 new musical and multimedia works have been commissioned for the Silk Road Ensemble from composers and arrangers around the world.

Through his work with Silkroad, as throughout his career, Yo-Yo Ma seeks to expand the cello repertoire, frequently performing lesser known music of the 20th century and commissions of new concertos and recital pieces. He has premiered works by a diverse group of composers, among them Elliott Carter, Richard Danielpour, Osvaldo Golijov, Leon Kirchner, Zhao Lin, Christopher Rouse, Giovanni Sollima, Bright Sheng, Tan Dun, John Williams and Dmitri Yanov-Yanovsky. In February of 2017 he will premiere a new concerto by Esa-Pekka Salonen.

As the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's Judson and Joyce Green Creative Consultant, Mr. Ma is partnering with Maestro Riccardo Muti to provide collaborative musical leadership and guidance on innovative program development for The Negaunee Music Institute of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and for Chicago Symphony artistic initiatives. Ma's work focuses on the transformative power music can have in individuals' lives, and on increasing the number and variety of opportunities audiences have to experience music in their communities. In March 2016, he was appointed Artistic Advisor at Large to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts as part of their expansive initiatives honoring the centenary of JFK's birth and to encourage the idea of creative citizenship.

Yo-Yo Ma is strongly committed to educational programs that not only bring young audiences into contact with music but also allow them to participate in its creation. While touring, he takes time whenever possible to conduct master classes as well as more informal programs for students-musicians and non-musicians alike. At the same time, he continues to develop new concert programs for family audiences, for instance helping to inaugurate the family series at Carnegie Hall. In each of these undertakings, he works to connect music to students' daily surroundings and activities with the goal of making music and creativity a vital part of children's lives from an early age. He has also reached young audiences through appearances on "Arthur", "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" and "Sesame Street".

Mr. Ma's discography of over 100 albums (including 18 Grammy Award winners) reflects his wide-ranging interests. He has made several successful recordings that defy categorization, among them "Appalachia Waltz" and "Appalachian Journey" with Mark O'Connor and Edgar Meyer, and two Grammy-winning tributes to the music of Brazil, "Obrigado Brazil" and "Obrigado Brazil-Live in Concert" Mr. Ma's recent recordings include: "The Goat Rodeo Sessions", with Edgar Meyer, Chris Thile and Stuart Duncan, which received the 2013 Grammy for Best Folk Album, and "Songs from the Arc of Life" with pianist Kathryn Stott. His most recent release, "Sing Me Home" recorded with the Silk Road Ensemble, was released in April 2016 as the companion album to documentary film The Music of Strangers. Created by Oscar-winning producer Morgan Neville, the film follows the Ensemble's more than 50 musicians, composers, visual artists and storytellers as they explore the ways art can both preserve traditions and shape cultural evolution. Next spring Mr. Ma looks forward to touring the upcoming Bach Trios project with Edgar Meyer and Chris Thile. Mr. Ma remains one of the best-selling recording artists in the classical field. All of his recent albums have quickly entered the Billboard chart of classical best sellers, remaining in the Top 15 for extended periods, often with as many as four titles simultaneously on the list.

Yo-Yo Ma was born in 1955 to Chinese parents living in Paris. He began to study the cello with his father at age four and soon came with his family to New York, where he spent most of his formative years. Later, his principal teacher was Leonard Rose at the Juilliard School. He sought out a traditional liberal arts education to expand upon his conservatory training, graduating from Harvard University in 1976. He has received numerous awards, including the Avery Fisher Prize (1978), the Glenn Gould Prize (1999), the National Medal of the Arts (2001), the Dan David Prize (2006), the Leonie Sonning Music Prize (2006), the World Economic Forum's Crystal Award (2008), the Presidential Medal of Freedom (2010), the Polar Music Prize (2012) and the Vilcek Prize in Contemporary Music (2013). In 2011, Mr. Ma was recognized as a Kennedy Center Honoree. Appointed a CultureConnect Ambassador by the United States Department of State in 2002, Mr. Ma has met with, trained and mentored thousands of students worldwide in countries including Lithuania, Korea, Lebanon, Azerbaijan and China. Mr. Ma serves as a UN Messenger of Peace and as a member of the President's Committee on the Arts & the Humanities. He has performed for eight American presidents, most recently at the invitation of President Obama on the occasion of the 56th Inaugural Ceremony.

Mr. Ma and his wife have two children. He plays two instruments, a 1733 Montagnana cello from Venice and the 1712 Davidoff Stradivarius.

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around china's 20 neighbors and near neighbors

south and south east : india bangla asean pakstan guf-facing suez-facing med-sea facing trade routes
west to europe via landlocked stans or russia
artcic ploar belths - 3 routes nw ryssian and norduina; north mongolia and russia; north east maon route of all neighbors conncered with can polar belt become a shipping route and can arcitic lead workd in green energy

ne belt also include what can the 4 main economies do to bring n korea back from cold

china caostal belt has
1 the workds maiun superports and the buoyant triple win economy of china jpn and s korea
2 inckusion f asean as most mulcticultural region ( and further south the resource rich australia and new zealnd)



out of other continents looking for win-win trading routes celebrating post-colonial post-carbon people-centrie economy - leapfroging possibilities of 1000 times more connectyivty tech

latin america sroutes to china suggest a superport at mexixo and back through texa energy pipes and back through panama canal to inclde cariibiean region of celac

brazil and mexico were main latin america partners of brics 2017 along with argentina host of g20 2018

africa's opportunities to map post colaonial trades wth china:
djibouti route connecting mena and egyypt, ethiopia

brisc south afric aroute in 2017 chian incldued special guests from guinea as chair of african council and egypt ; this tear brics hosted out of south africa under new leadership - kahgame now chairs african councile - president of ghan lades youth-education connectiosb across africa

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Wednesday, December 20, 1989

I.M. Pei (C-100 Founder)
Founder Pei Cobb Freed & Partners
IEOH MING PEI was born in Suzhou, China in 1917. At age 17 he came to the U.S. to study architecture, and received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from MIT in 1940, and his M.Arch from Harvard�s Graduate School of Design in 1946. He became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1954.

I. M. Pei has designed some of the most iconic and beloved architectural masterpieces in the world. He gained acclaim for his designs of the East Building of the National Gallery of Art in Washington (1978), the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston (1979), the Grand Louvre in Paris (1989), and Miho Museum in Shiga, Japan (1997). He completed three projects in his native China: the Fragrant Hill Hotel in Beijing (1982), the Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong (1989), and the Suzhou Museum in Suzhou (2006), each designed to graft advanced technology onto the roots of indigenous building and thereby sow the seed of a new, distinctly Chinese form of modern architecture. His latest completed project is the Museum of Islamic Art, Doha (2008).
.No accident that architects linkin the greatest collaboration networks of our age from the C100 to the media lab at MIT- the net-generation is many communications revolutions in one- from death of cost of distance in APPING knowhow to where you live and travel in an age of co-working and co-serving customers worldwide. 

Virtual revolutions build exponentially on each other. Just as mobile wifi built on the web, then smartphone apps built another dimensions it may yet be that  blockchains- will have the biggest social multiplying impact of all. No transaction is too small - too deep and diverse to integrate in "ethical sentiments" architectures empowering smart inter-generational partnerships and transparency of value chain ledgers in which no middle man ever again own a channel (value web) and tax everyone more and more every quarter.

Sustainability goal 11 focuses on sustainability of places, community, cities. No goal offers greater opportunity for sharing solutions. Search out "hubs" in any place and you will find youthful teams addressing largely similar needs to regenerate communities and planet.  21st C supercity designs can learn from each other but above all global villages need to be linkedin so that life saving community service franchises are accessible, affordable everywhere - arguably the architect, the civil engineer, smart building, smart cities need to be celebrated in the most social of inquiry processes and app designs everywhere. Open spaces, commons designs needed to facilitate 5000 real time people brainstorming and not just tech hackathons. How can be 21st century schooling systems be transformed into extraordinary community centres- will the greatest #learninggeneration be possible if this isnt the most urgent priority of families everywhere...

IM Pei has been recognized internationally with the highest honors in architecture, arts and letters, and public service, among them the AIA Gold Medal (1979), the Grande M�daille d�Or of the Acad�mie d�Architecture de France (1982), the Pritzker Architecture Prize (1983), the Japanese Art Association�s Praemium Imperiale (1989), and the Royal Gold Medal for Architecture of the Royal Institute of British Architects (2010). Mr. Pei is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and a Corporate Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects, a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the National Academy of Design, and the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters.
Henry S. Tang
Managing Partner
Carnegie Towers Strategic Investment Advisory
Henry Tang is a seasoned 30-year investment banking veteran of Wall Street having participated in and observed the global transformation of the capital markets. As a securities management executive, he has been engaged in global investment and banking activities in Europe, Asia and the U.S. for several of the largest Wall Street investment banks including Salomon Brothers, Lehman Brothers and Prudential.

Henry Tang�s business experiences have also been enhanced by a broad participation in numerous public and community activities. He has been active in many efforts to help bridge cultural and economic understanding between the China region and the U.S. and between Chinese Americans in the U.S.

Together with I.M. Pei, Yo-Yo Ma, and a group of prominent Americans of Chinese heritage, Mr. Tang helped found the Committee of 100, whose 159 person membership now includes Computer Associates CEO Charles Wang and renowned AIDS researcher Dr. David Ho, to help create a better understanding of American and Chinese cultural and economic events.

In addition, Mr. Tang also has a long-standing commitment towards fostering conditions for the advancement of Asians into senior leadership positions in business, politics, academia, medicine, science, and government. Several years ago, President George H.W. Bush appointed him to the Federal Glass Ceiling Commission chaired by then Labor Secretary Lynn Martin.

Mr. Tang has also served as a director of the Committee on Economic Development, the Federation of Protestant Agencies, the Chinese American Planning Council, the Asian Financial Society, and the Chinese American Executive Forum. He also served as a member of the New York-Beijing Sister City Commission. In 1987, Mayor Edward Koch granted him the Ethnic New Yorker Award. He is also the first recipient of the Asian American Business Achievement Award. In 1994, he was awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor.
1 Yo-Yo Ma Cellist Sound Postings, LLC 1989 Boston
2 I.M. Pei Founder Pei Cobb Freed & Partners Committee of 100 1989 ?NY
3 Henry S. Tang Managing Partner Carnegie Towers Strategic Investment Advisory 1989
4 Oscar L. Tang Philanthropist 1989
5 Charles P. Wang President Chinese American Cultural & Art Association 1989
6 Shirley Young President Shirley Young Associates 1989
7 Lily Lee Chen Former Vice Chair Asia Pacific – USA Chamber of Commerce 1990
8 David D. Ho CEO and Scientific Director Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center 1990
9 Ming Chen Hsu Director J.T. Tai & Co. Foundation 1990
10 Yue-Sai Kan Emmy-Winning TV Producer and Host; Founder of Yue-Sai Cosmetics Yue-Sai Kan Productions 1990
11 Don Liu Professor and Senior Advisor, Department of Ophthalmology University of Missouri 1990
12 Anna C. Chennault Chairman Council for International Cooperation 1991
13 Paul C.W. Chu Professor of Physics and T.L.L. Temple Chair of Science; Executive Director Texas Center for Superconductivity at University of Houston 1991
14 Nelson G. Dong Partner Dorsey & Whitney, LLP 1991
15 Robert Lee Chairman of the Board Blue Shield of California 1991
16 Edmond H. Pi Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychiatry and the Behavioral Sciences University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine 1991
17 Gareth C.C. Chang Chairman and Managing Partner GC3 & Associates International 1992
18 Adeline Yen Mah Founder and President Falling Leaves Foundation 1992
19 Dennis Wu Managing Partner WuHoover & Co. LLP 1992
20 James M. Li Managing Director (retired) Goldman Sachs 1993
21 Lulu C. Wang Chief Executive Officer Tupelo Capital Management, LLC 1993
22 Pehong Chen CEO and President Broadvision, Inc. 1994
23 Richard T. Cheng Chairman JRC, LLC 1994
24 Alice Young Founder Alice Young Advisory LLC 1994
25 Lawrence Low Chief Legal Officer Orrick 1995
26 David C. Chang Professor Emeritus Polytechnic Institute of New York University 1996
27 Mei-Wei Cheng Chairman Pactera Technology Ltd. 1996
28 David Chu Chairman and Chief Creative Director Georg Jensen 1996
29 David K.Y. Tang Managing Partner, Asia K&L Gates 1996
30 Shao Kuang Ting Artist Ting Shao Kuang Fine Arts 1996
31 John S. Chen CEO Blackberry 1997
32 Kenneth Fong Chairman Kenson Ventures, LLC 1997
33 George Koo International Business Consultant George Koo’s Blog 1997
34 John J. Sie Anna & John J. Sie Foundation 1997
35 Jackson Tai Independent Director HSBC Holdings PLC, Eli Lilly, MasterCard, Royal Philips NV, Canada Private Pension Investment Board 1997
36 Stanley Wang President Pantronix Corporation 1997
37 Jerry Yang Partner AME Cloud Ventures 1997
38 Albert Yu Chairman One Angstrom, LLC 1997
39 Ronnie C. Chan Chairman Hang Lung Properties Limited 1998
40 Peter Liu Chairman WI Harper Group 1998
41 Savio Tung Chairman Investcorp Technology Partners 1998
42 Geoffrey Y. Yang Managing Director Redpoint Ventures 1998
43 Janet Yang Managing Director of Creative Content Tang Media Partners LLC 1998
44 Linda Tsao Yang Chair Emeritus Asian Corporate Governance Association 1998
45 Wilson Chu Partner McDermott Will & Emery 1999
46 Harry. Gee, Jr. Principal Harry Gee & Associates, PLLC 1999
47 Robert W. Gee President Gee Strategies Group, LLC 1999
48 Stewart Kwoh President and Executive Director Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Los Angeles 1999
49 Michael C. Lin Former Executive Director Organization of Chinese Americans 1999
50 Norman C.T. Liu Chairman GE Capital Aviation Services 1999
51 Chi Wang President and Co-Chair U.S. China Policy Foundation 1999
52 Walter Wang President and CEO JM Eagle 1999
53 Andrew Cherng Founder, Chairman & Co-CEO Panda Restaurant Group, Inc. 2000
54 John Chiang State Treasurer California State Treasurer’s Office 2000
55 Julie Fong Film Producer Partizan 2000
56 Victor Fung Group Chairman Li & Fung Group 2000
57 David Lee Managing General Partner Clarity Partners, LP 2000
58 Herman Li Chairman C+L Restaurant Group 2000
59 Dominic Ng Chairman and CEO East West Bancorp 2000
60 Weiming Tu Lifetime Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Institute of Advanced Studies
61 Charlie Woo CEO Megatoys 2000
62 Milton Chang Managing Director Incubic Management, LLC 2001
63 Daniel K. H. Chao Senior Vice President TerraPower LLC 2001
64 Wu Fu Chen Chairman Acorn Campus Taiwan 2001
65 Jenny Ming CEO & President Charlotte Russe 2001
66 Brian Sun Partner Jones Day 2001
67 Dun Tan Composer / Conductor Tan Dun Online 2001
68 Lip-Bu Tan Chairman President and CEO Walden International Cadence Design Systems, Inc. 2001
69 Cyrus Tang CEO and Chairman Tang Industries Inc. 2001
70 Chi-Foon Chan President and co-CEO Synopsys 2002
71 J. Michael Chu Global Co-CEO L CATTERTON 2002
72 Anthony Sun Formerly Managing General Partner and CEO Venrock Inc., Rockefeller Family and Associates 2002
73 Calvin Tsao Principal Tsao & McKown Architects 2002
74 Frank H. Wu Distinguished Professor Chairman University of California Hastings College of Law
75 Donald Tang Founding Partner Tang Media Partners LLC 2003
76 Carter Tseng Chairman and CEO Little Dragon Foundation 2003
77 Jeremy Wu Senior Advisor (retired) U.S. Census Bureau 2003
78 Shing-Tung Yau Professor of Mathematics Harvard University 2003 Boston
79 Maya Lin President Maya Lin Studio 2004
80 Morris Chang Chairman Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 2005
81 Joan Chen Actress 2005
82 Anla Cheng Senior Partner Founder & CEO Sino-Century China Private Equity, LLC SupChina Inc. 2005
83 Doreen Woo Ho Commissioner Port of San Francisco 2005 SF
84 Douglas Hsu Chairman and CEO Far Eastern Group 2005
85 Matthew F.C. Miau Chairman MiTAC-SYNNEX Group 2005
86 Lawrence P. Tu Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer CBS Corporation 2005 8

87 Wing T. Chao Former Vice Chairman, Asia Pacific Development, Walt Disney Parks & Resorts; EVP, Walt Disney Imagineering Disney 2006
88 Leroy Chiao Astronaut OneOrbit, LLC 2006
89 Wei Sun Christianson CEO Morgan Stanley China 2006
90 Clarence Kwan Senior Advisor Sino-Century China Overseas Investment Partners 2006
91 Cheng Li Director & Senior Fellow, John L. Thornton China Center The Brookings Institution 2006 DC
92 Howard Li Chairman, CEO and Founder Waitex International Co., Ltd 2006
93 Hao Jiang Tian Opera Singer 2006
94 Benjamin Wu Vice Chair U.S. – Asia Institute 2006
95 Henry T. Yang Chancellor University of California, Santa Barbara 2006
96 Nancy Yuan Vice President and Director The Asia Foundation – Washington 2006
97 Steve Chen Co-Founder and CTO AVOS 2007
98 Michael Fung Interim CFO and Treasurer 99 Cents Only Stores 2007
99 Handel Lee Partner King & Wood Mallesons 2007
100 Wan Ling Martello EVP, Head of Zone Asia, Oceania and Africa Nestle 2007
101 H. Roger Wang Chairman Golden Eagle International Group 2007
102 Debra Wong Yang Partner Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP 2007
103 Pauline Yu President American Council of Learned Societies 2007
104 Teddy Zee Producer, Consultant and Advisor Teddy Zee Productions 2007
105 Ming Hsieh President and Founder Fulgent Therapeutics 2008
106 Michelle Kwan Senior Adviser, Public Dipolomacy and Public Affairs U.S. Department of State 2008
107 Jeffrey Li Chairman & CEO GL Capital Group 2008
108 Arthur Liu President and CEO Multicultural Radio Broadcasting, Inc. 2008
109 Lucy Liu Actress 2008
110 Ya-Qin Zhang President Baidu 2008
111 Kelly Cha TV/Radio Host, Singer-Songwriter, Author, Educator 2010
112 Ed Chan Vice Chairman Charoen Pokphand Group Co., Ltd. 2010
113 Tony F. Chan President Hong Kong University of Science and Technology 2010
114 Anne Chow President, Integrator Solutions, AT&T Global Business AT&T 2010
115 Weili Dai Co-Founder Chairman Marvell Technology Group Lark Technologies 2010
116 Ta-Lin Hsu Chairman and Founder H&Q Asia Pacific 2010
117 Ge Li Founder, Chairman and CEO WuXi AppTec Co., Ltd. 2010
118 Shu Li Chairman J&J Investments 2010
119 Paul Lin Partner-In-Charge Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, LLP 2010
120 Philip Ma VP, Digital Health Technology & Data Sciences Biogen 2010
121 Anna W. Mok Partner, National Regions Leader Deloitte & Touche LLP 2010
122 Ming Tsai Chef and Owner Blue Ginger 2010
123 Cher Wang Chairwoman, CEO & President HTC Corp. 2010
124 Dazong Wang Chairman Ophoenix Capital Management 2010
125 William Wang CEO VIZIO 2010
126 Andrea Wong President, International Sony Pictures Entertainment 2010
127 Ken Xie Founder, President and CEO Fortinet 2010
128 Jay Xu Director and CEO Asian Art Museum of San Francisco 2010 SF
129 Micheline Chau 2011
130 Guoqing Chen Vice Chairman and CEO Pacific American Corp. 2011
131 Richard Y. Lee Chairman and CEO Amsino Medical Group 2011
132 Lu Li Founder and Chairman Himalaya Capital 2011
133 Timothy Tong President The Hong Kong Polytechnic University 2011
134 Theodore T. Wang CIO Puissance Capital Management 2011
135 Dali Yang Professor of Political Science The University of Chicago 2011
136 Wallace D. Loh President University of Maryland 2012 DC
137 John S. Long Chairman and President Highridge Partners, Inc. 2012
138 Benjamin K. Chu President and CEO Memorial Hermann Health System 2013
139 Ivan Fong Senior Vice President, Legal Affairs & General Counsel 3M Co. 2013
140 Anne Shen Smith Chairman and CEO (retired) Southern California Gas Company 2013
141 Mei-Mei Tuan Managing Director and Co-Founder Notch Partners 2013
142 Albert Chao President and CEO Westlake Chemical Corporation 2014
143 Betty Liu Anchor Bloomberg 2014
144 Weiming Lu Urban Planning and Development Advisor 2014
145 Gordon H. Chang Professor of American History and Olive H. Palmer Professor in Humanities Stanford University 2015 SF
146 Lanhee Chen David and Diane Steffy Research Fellow Hoover Institution 2015
147 Morgan Chu Partner Irell & Manella LLP 2015
148 Buck Gee Board Member Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation 2015
149 Ginger Lew Managing Director Enduring Hydro 2015
150 Bright Sheng The Leonard Bernstein Distinguished University Professor of Music
151 Sue Van President and CEO The Wallace H. Coulter Foundation 2015
152 Leslie Wong President San Francisco State University 2016 SF