Fwd: 2011 Summer Picnic Announcement

posted Jun 27, 2011, 1:03 PM by Yongli Wang   [ updated Jun 27, 2011, 1:10 PM ]
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From: Tony Wang <tnywang@yahoo.com>
Sent: Sunday, June 26, 2011 10:26 PM
Subject: 2011 Summer Picnic Announcement

Dear Association Leaders,
Please distribute the underneath 2011 summer picnic announcement and attached PDF file to your members and friends at your earliest convenience.
Best regards,
Wang Tao
今年又与往年有所不同。我们特邀张怡宁、韩晓鹏、龚睿那等十几位奥林匹克和世界冠军与大家一起同乐!美国大公司Navistar International Corporation将在现场举办职业招聘会,为您提供职场机会。
时间:201186日星期六,11:00am to 4:30pm
地点:Grove #1Deer Grove East Forest Preserve, Palatine, IL 60607
收费:成人网上登记$10,现场$155 12岁儿童网上登记$5,现场$7 5岁以下儿童免费。
联系:科工专,潘卫 914-841-3012, 王涛 847-363-5990,孙海峰 847-271-6913;北大,姜晓莉 630-479-6545;复旦,周坚刚 773-590-6427,刘伟中 847-596-0856;科大,丁省强 773-387-3473;南大,倪陈平 630-362-1505,马雨生 847-878-4015;南开,何振宇630-669-8492;天大,任雪梅 847-533-5205;清华,何光胜 847-505-6026;华中科大,李红卫 630-362-3928;华东理工,陶志福 224-436-9866;金融协会,章光佳 630-696-0806;妇女商会,于洪月 630-251-5359;文化与职业俱乐部,张昭 312-451-8587;学生学者联谊会,孙冰 312-532-9212 王筑773-727-4869
You are cordially invited to “2011 Summer Picnic and Social Gathering of Professional and Alumni Associations”, organized by ACSE (Association of Chinese-American Scientists and Engineers, GCCWCC (Greater Chicago Chinese Women Chamber of Commerce), CCC (Cultural and Career Club), CSSA (Chicago Chinese Student and Scholar Associations), TCFA (The Chinese Finance Association) and the following alumni associations of major Chinese University: Beijing University, ECUST (East China University of Science and Technology), Fudan University, HUST (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), Nanjing University, Nankai University, Tianjin University, Tsinghua University, and USTC (University of Science and Technology of China). 
Last year’ picnic attracted more than 700 people to attend.  We are looking forward to another big crowd at this largest summer gathering in Greater Chicago Chinese community.  In addition to catered Chinese food and BBQ, excellent entertainments, and other fun activities, we are extremely excited to present the following highlights for this year's event:
Meet with Chinese famous athletes including Olympic and World Champions, Ms. Zhang Yining, Ms. Gong Ruina, Mr. Han Xiaopeng and more!
Navistar, a local large corporation, will host an on-site job fair to present you great career opportunities!  
Hurry up to register for this picnic and mark your calendar for a fun day!  Please see the following information and stay tuned for future update!
 Time:            Saturday, August 6, 11:00AM  to 4:30PM
 Location:       Grove #1 and Grove #2, Deer Grove East Forest Preserve, Palatine, IL 60067
 Fees:             Adult: $10 if prepaid online or by check, $15 on-site, $5/children between 5 and 12 if prepaid online or by check, $7 on-site, free with children under 5.
 Registration and pre-payment website: http://acse.org/2011picnic/
2011 Summer Picnic Committee
World Champion Athletes
Description: Description:  http://www.chancellor.wisc.edu/china/images/heads2011/Zhang_Yining_hs_2011.jpgZhang Yining is considered one of top female table tennis players in history. She held the International Table Tennis Federation's (ITTF) No. 1 ranking in both women's singles and women's doubles for more than five years. At the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, she won gold medals in both the women's singles and women's team events. She also won two gold medals in 2004, in women's singles and women's doubles. For her dominant presence on the world stage, Zhang took the Olympic Oath on behalf of all athletes at the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympic Games.
Description: Description: http://www.chancellor.wisc.edu/china/images/heads2011/Gong_Rui_na_hs_2011.jpgGong Ruina is one of China's all-time greatest women's badminton players. At the IBF World Championships, playing singles, she won gold in 1998 and 2001, silver in 2003 and bronze in 1999. Her numerous international titles include the 2003 Denmark Open, 2004 Swedish Open and 2004 British Open, with many silver medals. She also played on China's world champion teams of 2002 and 2004.
Description: Description: http://www.chancellor.wisc.edu/china/images/heads2011/Hen_Xiao_peng_hs_2011.jpgHan Xiaopeng, one of the most accomplished winter sport athletes in China, won a gold medal in the men's aerial freestyle skiing event at the 2006 Torino Winter Olympics. In doing so, he became the first male Chinese athlete to win a gold medal at the Winter Olympics. He successfully defended his title in 2010, winning gold at the Vancouver Winter Olympics. In 2007, he won his event at both the 2007 World Championships and Asian Winter Games.
Description: Description: http://www.chancellor.wisc.edu/china/images/heads2011/Tang_Jingzhi_hs_2011.jpgTang Jingzhi broke a world record as a member of China's gold-medal 4x200m freestyle relay team at the 2002 Moscow Swim Championships. In 2003, she won gold in the 800m freestyle at the World Championships. At the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, she won a silver medal as a member of the women's 4x200m freestyle relay team. She also won gold as part of the 4x200m freestyle relay team at the 2002 Pusan Asian Games.
Description: Description:  http://www.chancellor.wisc.edu/china/images/heads2011/Qui_Hongxia_hs_2011.jpgQiu Hongxia is a weightlifter whose most celebrated accomplishment came at the 2006 World Weightlifting Championships. Competing in the women's lightweight (53kg) events, she won all three styles of weightlifting and set two world records in her class (both clean and jerk and total weight). In the subsequent years, she has won multiple national and international titles.
Description: Description: http://www.chancellor.wisc.edu/china/images/heads2011/triplet.jpgZhou Yan, Liu Yin and Xue Qinshuang are members of the Chinese national women's curling team, skipped by Wang Bingyu (who came to UW-Madison in the first cohort of athletes). Currently, Zhou plays lead, Liu plays third and Xue plays second. The team won the bronze medal at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, China's first ever Olympic medal in curling, after losing to eventual gold medalists Sweden in the semifinals. The team has won a World Championship (2009), a world silver medal (2008) and three Pacific Championships (2006-08). Zhou and Xue curled in their first tournament (2002 Pacific Curling Championships) after curling for only two years; Liu, with the same experience, was an alternate.
Description: Description: http://www.chancellor.wisc.edu/china/images/heads2011/He_Lumin_hs_2011.jpgHe Lumin won the gold medal in 1998 at the 13th Asian Taekwondo Championships — the first Chinese person to hold the title. From 1999-2001, she won three World Women's Taekwondo Championships in a row in the welterweight (67kg) event, becoming an idol for women in taekwondo.
Description: Description: http://www.chancellor.wisc.edu/china/images/heads2011/Wang_Shuo_hs_2011.jpgWang Shuo was a taekwondo jin. In 1999, at the age of 15, she won a gold medal at the seventh World Women's Taekwondo Championships in the 55kg event.
Description: Description: http://www.chancellor.wisc.edu/china/images/heads2011/Zhou_Yafei_hs_2011.jpgZhou Yafei won a bronze medal as a member of the women's 4x100 medley relay team at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, swimming the butterfly leg. The team set an Asian record. At the 2003 World Championships, she was a member of the first-place 4x100 medley and third-place 4x200 freestyle relay teams and took the bronze in the 200-meter individual medley. She was also a member of the fourth-place 4x100 medley relay team at the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics.
Description: Description: http://www.chancellor.wisc.edu/china/images/heads2011/Shi_Xi_hs_2011.jpgShi Xin is a synchronized swimmer. She won a silver medal in the solo event at the 2010 FINA Synchronized Swimming World Cup, the first for China in that event.
Description: Description: http://www.chancellor.wisc.edu/china/images/heads2011/Zhong_Hongyan_hs_2011.jpgZhong Hongyan is one of China's most accomplished female kayakers/sprint canoers. From 1998-2008, she won five gold and four silver medals in international competition, including a silver in 2002 (four-person kayak, 1000m) and a bronze in 2006 (solo kayak, 500m) at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships. At the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics, she placed fourth in the two-person kayak, 500m event.
Description: Description: http://www.chancellor.wisc.edu/china/images/heads2011/Lui_Xia_hs_2011.jpgLiu Xia competed in judo, primarily at the half-heavyweight (78 kg) weight. She won a silver medal at the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics, matching her finish that year at the Asian Judo Championships. In 2007, she won the gold at the Asian Judo Championships.
Description: Description:  http://www.chancellor.wisc.edu/china/images/heads2011/Wang_Lihong_hs_2011.jpgWang Lihong was a pitcher on the Chinese national softball team. She won a silver medal at the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics — the first in which softball was recognized as a medal sport — playing seven matches. At the 2000 Sydney Summer Olympics, she finished fourth, playing in three matches.
Description: Description: http://www.chancellor.wisc.edu/china/images/heads2011/Chen_Delong_hs_2011.jpgWrestling coach Chen Delong will also participate in the program. Chen competed in men's freestyle wrestling in the late 1990s/early 2000s.

Xi Chen
EECS Department
Northwestern University
Yongli Wang,
Jun 27, 2011, 1:09 PM