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AmerAsia Technologies Inc.

Mr. HIN HIONG KHOO

CHAIRMAN

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Mr. HIN HIONG KHOO

CHAIRMAN


A skilled and experienced entrepreneur with a flair for international business. Mr. Khoo has assisted many companies in their public floatation in several stock exchanges internationally in the last 45 years.

He is currently the Chairman of a fully licensed PRC (Peoples' Republic of China) foreign joint venture ICT (Information and Communications Technology) entity with China's sixth largest transportation corporation and also Chairman of VoIUM Technologies Pte Ltd, a communications software company based in Singapore.

His first encounter with the PRC was in 1982 when he transacted with International Paper in Eugene, Oregon and sold 100 million board feet of timber for housing in China. He also founded two medical product companies in Malaysia and the US in the 1987/8, one of which he grew to become the largest latex glove producer in the world. These were acquired and eventually taken public on the NASDAQ Exchange. He was a partner of Softgen, a telecommunications software company that was eventually bought by a US public company in 1999.

Prior to this Mr. Khoo was the senior partner of a large thriving law firm in Singapore, which through his singular efforts served as lawyers to 70% of the oil companies doing business in Indonesia. Personally he has sat on the Board of companies like Teledyne Industries where he served as international business advisor and has owned a seat on the Stock Exchange in Hong Kong together with his partner, the Suisse arm of the leading French bank, Banque de Paris et des Pays Bas ("Paribas").

Mr. Khoo was a Board member of 'China Access 2008', an economic initiative for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games backed by the Beijing government. He was also a member of 'Investment 2000', a project initiated by the Australian government to coincide with the Sydney 2000 Olympics. Started in early 1998, this project resulted in some $520 million of new direct investment into the country by December 2000.

As a Board member of Pacific Rim Forum, a consortium of leading international businesses and governments, he is involved in strategic Asia Pacific businesses and advises on their corporate strategies. He was guest lecturer at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Business Administration and at Oral Roberts University College of Business.