Leon Wong

SUMMARY OF SKILLS

10931 Athabasca Dr Richmond, BC V7A5A9

Telephone: (604)719-9028 e-mail: leonwong_98@yahoo.com

Interpersonal — Strong communication skills working with volunteers, corporations, and schools. — Exceptional customer service skills as a secretary in an insurance company for a year. — Organized and instructed over 30 students as instructor for table tennis team. Organizational — Assisted with coordination of UBC Dragon Seed Connection annual basketball tournament. — Proven ability to work alone and with a team, without direct supervision in marketing presentations. — Assisted with the organization of events and fundraisers for Wu’s Tae Kwon Do Canada. Technical — Proficient in MS Office Software, Auto Cad as well as the internet and online communication. — Strong research skills using the Internet and UBC library database; including online journals. — Knowledge of high level languages including C++, C, CCS and HTML; beginner level in Java. Language — Knowledge of written and oral English, Cantonese and Mandarin. — 2 years of experience in Spanish and beginner level in Japanese. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Rich Legend Enterprises Ltd (Hong Kong, China) September 2004– November 2007 Marketing Assistant — Searched over 50 clients on the internet through search engines such as “Alibaba” and “Made in China”. — Developed relationship with clients by sending information packages, meeting and corresponding with them — Designed a website for Rich Legend Enterprises Ltd using CCS and HTML. — Prepared PowerPoint presentation to show details of the promotion events — Worked closely with people from other companies and shared ideas in order to achieve excellent results in marketing projects. — Performed calculations based on data reports to create a strategic analysis for the company. VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Dragon Seed Connection September 2006 - Present Sports Executive — Organized the annual DSC Basketball 3 on 3 Tournament and 12 teams joined. — Suggested new events and cooperated with other departments to form a Paintball event. — Found more than 5 sponsors for each event. Wu’s Tae Kwon Do (CANADA) June 2004– July 2005 Assistant Instructor (black belt 2nd dan) — Worked closely with 30 children to improve their confidence and techniques. — Communicated in three different languages (English, Cantonese, and Mandarin). — Designed a 10 minute exercise routine and gained 12 new students for the class. — Demonstrated strong leadership skills by designing exercise routines and training classes.

Leon Wong

10931 Athabasca Dr Richmond, BC V7A5A9

Telephone: (604)719-9028 e-mail: leonwong_98@yahoo.com

Richmond Chinese Cultural Centre August 2004– September 2004 Guardian — Provided recreational activities to 25 children in day-care centre. — Edited banners and other creative pictures using Windows XP and Photoshop. — Hosted an educational trip to Science World, which encouraged children to learn. Pylon Financial Group Inc. Secretary — Organized and scheduled appointments in excel. — Replied and sent minimum 40 e-mails per day. — Worked closely with clients and provided necessary suggestions. OTHER EXPERIENCE & GROUP PROJECTS Statistics project October 2006 — Worked as a leader with 3 undergraduate students to conduct a statistics report regarding to UBC undergraduates students. — Designed both random and systematic procedure in order to obtain precise raw data. — Organized the group and successfully calculated the standard score and other necessary calculations to see if our sample is a representative of the population. — Used Microsoft PowerPoint to present the project and gathered data using Microsoft Excel. — Demonstrated strong communication skills by being the leader and dividing up workload evenly upon members. The CBC show, the Fifth Estate “Lottery” project November 2006 — Organized a group of 2 members in the class and uncovered evidence of fraudulent behaviour on the part of sellers of lottery tickets in Ontario. — Verified that it was impossible for people to win 200 times more frequently through hypothesis testing. — Committed to prioritize work and finish all projects on time. EDUCATION University of British Columbia Faculty of Arts Third Year Undergraduate — Spanish Major, Economics Minor — Arts Co-op student — 2 years Experience in Electrical Engineering EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Sports & Music — Assistant Table Tennis instructor of River Club Richmond 2000-2005 — Member of University of British Columbia Golf Club — The Royal Conservatory of Music (Violin level 6) September 2004 - Present September 2002 – September 2002

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