George Koo

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Chinese business consultant, based in Silicon Valley, California, who often travels to China; columnist for New America Media, an ethnic media association

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When the world's greatest athletes arrive in Beijing, China for the  2008 Summer Olympic Games , the focus will shift to international competition.

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