Wednesday, December 03, 2003

Heavyweight Republicans Raising Funds for 80-20

Gareth C. C. Chang of Los Angeles will be 80-20's first ever
Chairman of the Fundraising Committee. Other members of the
committee include Kenneth Fong, Hsing Kung, both of Silicon Valley,
CA, Kam Liu of Chicago, and Charles Cheng Zhang of Michigan. This
is a very strong team. Brief bios of the team members are presented

Gareth Chang, a heavyweight Republican and a long time resident
of Los Angles who moved to Hong Kong, has recently moved back to
LA. After 20 years with McDonnell Douglas as Corporate Vice
President, he became the Corporate Senior VP of Hughes Electronics
Corp. and President of Hughes Electronics International. When he
moved to Hong Kong, he was the first Chairman of the American
Chamber of Commerce; Chairman and CEO of STAR TV Group. He is
now Chairman & Managing Partner of GC3 & Associates International
LLC, an investment and venture management group. He is also a
member of the Committee of 100.

Gareth Chang said, "I am really impressed with 80-20's political
effectiveness. That is why I decided to do my share to help. I am a
Republican who has always placed our community's interests before
party considerations."

Kenneth Fong, another heavyweight Republican and C-100
member, is a noted venture capitalist in biotechnology. He is also the
Chair of 80-20's Nomination Committee. He helped put together this
strong Fundraising team for 80-20. He and his wife, Pam, contribute
$10K to 80-20 annually.

Hsing Kung has built up companies in Silicon Valley and sold
them. He is currently the senior vice president of Opnext. He is also
the president of South Bay Voter Registration Association in San
Francisco, which is an Affiliate of 80-20.

Kam Liu is a very successful businessman in Chicago.

Charles C. Zhang is a certified financial planner, recognized in
many trade magazine articles. He is a top financial advisor with
American Express and the author of Make Yourself A Millionaire,
McGraw-Hill, 2003.

80-20 wishes to publicly salute these individuals for their
willingness to toil in order to build up our community’s political
clout. A new era has arrived! Our community's political and
business leaders are beginning to work together to empower our
community politically. To deliver another bloc vote, 80-20 needs a
big war chest in 2004. These individuals are taking care of that need