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Dr QIAN Zhenhua, originally from Hangzhou, was born in Shanghai and is the thirty-seventh generation descendant of King QIAN Liu of the Wuyue Kingdom (AD 907-978). Currently, he serves as the president of the Shanghai International Cooperation Association of SMEs. He is a principal drafter of China’s ‘Green Standards for Elderly Care Buildings’ and Shanghai’s ‘Green Standards for Industrial and Storage Buildings,’ among other policies and regulations. He also initiated and organized the first and second ‘International Ecological Construction Mayors Summit,’ co-hosted by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade and the Shanghai Municipal Government in 2007 and 2008, respectively, and received the ‘Top Ten Outstanding Contribution Awards of the Chinese Times’ for the second summit.
Dr Qian holds several positions in various social and professional organizations both within and outside China. These include Honorary President of the China Association for International Cooperation and Development of Private Enterprises, Chairman of Shanghai Centenarian Mystery Cell Technology Group Co., Ltd., Chairman of Shanghai Warm China Hospital Management Group Co., Ltd., and Chairman of Quan Ke Medical Imaging (Guangzhou) Co., Ltd. In addition, he serves as a supervisor at the QIAN Xuesen College at Nanjing University of Science and Technology and Xi’an Jiaotong University. He is the Executive Vice President of the Shanghai QIAN Liu Culture Research Association. He has been a director of the China Literature and Art Foundation and an advisor to the People’s Government of Lin’an, Zhejiang Province. He also holds part-time positions in comprehensive medical care and health in Japan and medical technology and international relations in the United States.
QIAN Zhenhua is dedicated to promoting multidimensional international cooperation at different levels among governments, enterprises, and NGOs of relevant countries. He has been involved in several international cooperation projects, such as health and wellness in Asia led by a former Japanese Prime Minister, the Cambodia-China Health Organization headed by the Deputy Prime Minister of Cambodia, the Dubai-Shanghai Smart City Alliance directed by the Minister of Smart Cities of the UAE, the Sino-Japanese hydrogen energy research led by the Japanese Minister of Environment, ecological research for Asia-Pacific urban clusters in collaboration with the Chairman of the International Ecological Association, East Asian urban architectural planning research with the International Urban Planning Association, promoting zero-carbon industrial parks in ASEAN countries with UNIDO, and the establishment of a China-Iran Free Trade Pilot Zone with Iran’s Ministry of Commerce and Trade.
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