Fulai Lang
Chairman of the Board, President & Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Lang has been President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company since December 2006. He is Founder and Chairman, since 2002, of Daqing Harvest Longwall High Pressure FRP Pipe Co. Ltd. ("Daqing Harvest"), a company organized under the laws of China. Mr. Lang is also the Founder of Daqing Zhutian Compound Materials Co. Ltd. ("Zhutian"), a compound materials producer and a company organized under the laws of China. Mr. Lang served as executive director of China Advance Holdings Limited, a company listed on the Growth Enterprise Market of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange from February 2004 to January 2006.


Yucai (Rick) Huang
Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Huang has extensive financial experience in the Canadian business environment. He previously held the positions of Senior Finance Manager at The Pepsi Bottling Group (Canada) and Manager of Financial Planning at Schering-Plough Canada. In both roles, he had responsibility for the development of short and long term financial plans and oversaw on-going performance management. Earlier in his career in Canada, he developed skills in financial reporting and asset and cash flow management. Mr. Huang also has in-depth knowledge of the Chinese business environment. Before coming to Canada, he held the position of market development manager with The Coca-Cola (China) Limited for six years. Mr. Huang has obtained an MBA degree from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario and holds a CGA designation.


Graham R. Kwan
Executive Vice President, Strategic Development and Corporate Affairs, and Corporate Secretary

Mr. Kwan is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Character Capital Inc. providing strategic investment advisory and capital markets mandates for Chinese and western businesses in cross cultural enterprises. From 2006 to May 2010 he was the Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Melco China Resorts (Holding) Limited ("MCR"), and oversaw its strategic direction and development. He worked directly with Chinese private and state owned enterprises as well provincial and city government authorities. From 1997 to 2006 Mr. Kwan held various senior executive positions in the corporate, real estate and operations groups of Intrawest Corporation, a leading publicly traded, destination resort developer and operator. Mr. Kwan was responsible for all of Intrawest's activities in China as well as their international expansion into luxury and adventure travel recognized by their purchase of Abercrombie & Kent in 2004. Prior to joining Intrawest, Mr. Kwan was a partner with Belt Collins LLC, one of Asia's largest development consulting firms.