龍 年 吉 祥 – Auspicious Year of the Wood Dragon

TRANSCEND MEMBERS, 12 Feb 2024

Fred Dubee - TRANSCEND Media Service

10 Feb 2024 New Year’s greetings and warmest wishes for the Year of the Wood Dragon overflowing with harmony, good fortune and accomplishments. As the Lunar New Year commences today, this enchanting combination promises a year marked by growth, vitality and the blossoming of wisdom.

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Prof. Frederick Dubee, an advocate for the United Nations Global Compact since its inception in 2000, is a member of the TRANSCEND Network for Peace Development Environment; a professor at the Beijing Genomics Institute and executive director international of the Global Management Education Institute at Shanghai University; teaches at the post graduate level in China, Switzerland and Australia. With extensive experience as an international business executive, his research interests focus on the role of business working in partnership with relevant stakeholders to overcome structural violence and accelerate sustainable development. Contact: freddubee@gmail.com


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