Sherry Li Attends the Opening Ceremony of North America-China Dragon Business Association

After the event, the Dragon Business Association group was invited to the NYGOP Empire Club Reception event featuring Chairman Edward Cox.

New York, NY - March 15, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

The opening ceremony of North America-China Dragon Business Association was held at the Harvard Club in New York last May. The event had an impressive guest list. Chairman and Vice-Chairman from Dragon Business of China, representatives from Thompson Education Center and many local businesses and individuals all participated. The event was surrounded with vibrant business chemistry and positive energy for the economic development of the global business leaders.

After the event, the Dragon Business Association group was invited to the NYGOP Empire Club Reception event featuring Chairman Edward Cox.

That morning, the Dragon Business Association group visited Sherry Li and Thompson Education Center's project site, located in Upstate New York. The goal is to build a bridge and create a platform between the two parties to share talent, resources, technology, business opportunities and other possibilities to help create a better and healthier international business atmosphere.

On May 15, the Dragon Business Association group visited the United Nations Headquarters.

Thompson Education Center project is coming to the Town of Thompson. It will develop a new education community in Sullivan County, New York. The project has entered into agreements and signed letters of interest with high schools, colleges, and education institutions. This combined effort will provide a great number of students to attend the education center.

To date, the professional teams have gone through several meetings with the planning board and zoning board of Town of Thompson. TEC Project has received three well permits, one road permit and currently on its way of obtaining an additional five well permits. The construction road is completed. Each Professional Team is working diligently to keep the project on track and moving forward.

Thompson Education Center has been working closely with Sullivan County Partnership, Chamber of Commerce, Visitors Association and other local groups to bring more investors and visitors to Sullivan County to strengthen the economy.

Thompson Education Center - A High-End Education Community in Sullivan County, NY: http://thompsoneducationcenternews.com

Thompson Education Center Announces Plans for Performing Arts Center: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/thompson-education-center-announces-plans-215500406.html

Thompson Education Center and CEO, Sherry Li, Attend the 10th Annual Ivy Football Association Dinner: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/thompson-education-center-ceo-sherry-233000459.html

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