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Chinese Information and Networking Association

www.CINA.org

1/10/2008

CINA Events

Interesting Topic: Are you interested in investing in China stock market?

CINA Entrepreneur SIG Presents

Incorporation and other Legal Issues For Startups

Speaker Fred Greguras, of Consul, Fenwick & West, LLP

When January 16, 2007 - 06:30pm to 8:30pm

Fenwick & West, LLP, 801 California Street.


Venue
Mountain View, CA

$10 for CINA members and $25 for non-members ( including membership)
Fee RSVP email to rsvp@cina.org " CINA 1/16 name= ". Extra $10 for no rsvp

About the Event


This workshop is intended for the entrepreneur who is considering starting a Silicon Valley business or a
China-related business. The basic steps, documents, timing and issues involved in forming a company will
be discussed. The workshop will identify and discuss each of the documents (articles of incorporation, board
organizational resolutions, by-laws, founders stock purchase agreements, etc.) required to complete the
formation of a corporation.
Topics covered will include:
* Selecting the place of incorporation
* Basics of initial capitalization
* Allocation of stock among founders
* Determining vesting schedules for founders
* Size and composition of the Board of Directors
* Adopting and using stock option plans
* Avoiding intellectual property issues at startup

CINA Entrepreneur SIG Presents

Early Stage Financing Workshop


Speaker Fred Greguras, of Consul, Fenwick & West, LLP

When January 30, 2007 - 06:30pm to 8:30pm

Fenwick & West, LLP, 801 California Street.


Venue Mountain View, CA
$10 for CINA members and $25 for non-members ( including membership)
Fee RSVP email to rsvp@cina.org " CINA 1/16 name= ". Extra $10 for no rsvp

About the Event


This workshop will cover the basics of seed and Series A financings for both U.S. and offshore companies,
with an emphasis on China-related businesses. Sample term sheets will be used to illustrate current
financing issues and trends. Topics covered will include:

¤ Preparing your corporation for investment


¡¤ Role of a term sheet
¡¤ Seed financing alternatives
¡¤ Sample capitalization tables
¡¤ Calculation of pre and post-money valuations
¡¤ Impact of size of option pool
¡¤ Typical Series A valuations and financing terms
¡¤ Company control issues

CINA Entrepreneur SIG Presents

Early Stage Financing Workshop


Speaker Fred Greguras, of Consul, Fenwick & West, LLP

When January 30, 2007 - 06:30pm to 8:30pm

Fenwick & West, LLP, 801 California Street.


Venue Mountain View, CA

$10 for CINA members and $25 for non-members ( including membership)
Fee
RSVP email to rsvp@cina.org " CINA 1/16 name= ". Extra $10 for no rsvp

About the Event


This workshop will cover the basics of seed and Series A financings for both U.S. and offshore companies,
with an emphasis on China-related businesses. Sample term sheets will be used to illustrate current
financing issues and trends. Topics covered will include:

¡¤ Preparing your corporation for investment


¡¤ Role of a term sheet
¡¤ Seed financing alternatives
¡¤ Sample capitalization tables
¡¤ Calculation of pre and post-money valuations
¡¤ Impact of size of option pool
¡¤ Typical Series A valuations and financing terms
¡¤ Company control issues

Alliance Events
Monte Jade Forum
Trend in Venture Investing
Moderator: Mr. Frank Lin, Principal, Newbury Ventures
Panelists:
Mr. Tim Chang, Principal, Norwest Venture Partners
Mr. David Lam, Vice President, The Carlyle Venture Group
Mr. Prashant Shah, Managing Director, Hummer Winblad Venture
When: Jan 17, 2008, 6:30pm
Where: China Stix Restaurant, 2110 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA 95050

Fee: Member $25, Non-member $30, Student $20, Extra $5 for site registration
Please register in advance and pay on site
Information: Please visit Monte Jade Website www.montejade.org

Invest Hong Kong Cordially invite you to a Special Complimentary (No Charge) Business Luncheon

Supported by CINA
Hong Kong ¨C Your Best Partner and Risk Manager in China

Speaker: Mike Rowse, Director-General, Invest Hong Kong, HKSAR Government When: 1/31/2008, Noon -
1:30pm ( 11:30am Registration)
Where: Crowne Plaza San Jose/Silicon Valley, 777 Bellew Drive, Milpitas, CA
RSVP Deadline: Thursday, Jan 24, 2008. email to Yuemei_chow@hketosf.gov.hk or call Tammy at
415-835-9305 with you name, title and company name
No Charge, Limited seating - RSVP Required - No Walk-Ins
China is the single most important and fastest growing marketplace, as well as manufacturing base, for US
products and services. Come learn how to use Hong Kong as your platform to do business with Mainland
China.

Hong Kong is an integral part of China. Nevertheless, we still retain our advantages of rule of law, separate
IP protection legislation, level playing field, full currency convertibility, international business practices, low
taxes, government transparency and free flow of information - all critical elements to making sound business
decisions.

Are you interested in learning how to invest in China stock market?

CASPA 2008 January Dinner Seminar


"Business and Tax Considerations for Starting up a Global Business
from Individual, Corporate and VC Perspectives"
Date: Jan 23, 2008 (Wednesday)
Speaker: Albert Chou, Senior Manager - International Tax, Deloitte Tax LLP
Time: 6:30PM - 7:00PM Registration & Networking
7:00PM - 9:00PM Dinner & Seminar Presentation
Location: China Stix (2110 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA)
Fee: $20 (Non-Member), $15 (Member) with dinner
Free for participants without dinner
Language: English
Contact: Jeffrey Han, zhiyih@yahoo.com or CASPA office, office@caspa.com

SVASE
Event Title: SVASE Main Event: Where The "Hot Money" Will Be Going In 2008
Event Date: 01/10/2008
Time: 6:00-9:00 pm
Location: Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati (WSGR Campus), 950 Page Mill
Road, Palo Alto, CA 94304
Event URL: http://svase.org/index.php ?option=com_extcalendar&Itemid =149&extmode=view&e
xtid=1177
Pricing: CINA Members - $29; General Public - $49
WALK-IN RATES: Add $10.00 to the listed price
Description: Top investors and industry insiders discuss investment
priorities and thoughts on the current and future trends in the private
equity market.

Event Title: SVASE BIGs: Clean Tech: What Corporate & Venture Investors
Really Want To See
Event Date: 01/24/2008
Time: 6:00-9:00 pm
Location: Cooley Godward Kronish LLP, 3175 Hanover Street, Palo Alto, CA
94304
Event URL: http://svase.org/index.php ?option=com_extcalendar&Itemid =149&extmode=view&e
xtid=1276

Pricing: CINA Members - $29; General Public - $49


WALK-IN RATES: Add $10.00 to the listed price
Description: With the demand for cleaner technologies on the rise, Clean
Tech is fast becoming one of the hottest areas of investment and technology
development to be embraced by the corporate and venture capital communities.
But what technologies and business models are they looking for?
About CINA
Chinese Information and Networking Association (CINA), founded in 1992, a leading Chinese non-profit
professional organization in Silicon Valley, provides its 6,000+ members 40+ seminars, workshops, mentor
programs, annual conferences, and networking events with best practices. CINA brings together a diverse
group of professionals, consisting not only of people of Chinese descent, but also of people from diverse
ethnicities and backgrounds. Our partners, alliances, friends and local communities reach out to over
100,000 people. Its goal is to provide a forum facilitating engineers, entrepreneurs, corporate executives,
angel investors and venture capitalists to share innovative ideas, and connect with opportunities. Join CINA
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