Peter Kuo immigrated from Taiwan to the US in 1982. He founded his own successful business in Silicon Valley. He has also has been dedicated his life to public service, as President of the Rotary Club of Hua Ren in Silicon Valley and through his position as Vice Chairman of the CA Republican Party.
With Chinese diplomats taking a hard stance against some of their neighbors and biggest trading partners, while practicing various forms of “Grey Zone” warfare, the CUA team wants to know “at what point do we stand up to the bully who kicks sand in your eye?” Will we continue trading our pride and dignity for short term gain business deals or are the tables starting to turn on the CCP?
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