George C. Flournoy 傅明德

George C. Flournoy 傅明德
中国北京市朝阳区团结湖东里,4号楼,1406   邮编 100000
1406, Building 4, Tuanjiehudongli, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100000
Mobile Phone: (86) 1800 135 5397 / 1391 143 4826
Professional Experience
2014-present Part time teacher at University of International Business and Economics
2013-present   Free lance translator: translating legal, commercial, media copy, surveys and                        technical documents from Chinese to English and English to Chinese.  Interpreting             at business meetings and teleconferences related to commercial and legal matters.
                         Clients include multinational law offices, industrial enterprises, media companies                       and translation agencies. 
2012-            Andrews Kurth LLP Beijing Representative Office
2010 – Mayer, Brown JSM, Beijing Office
2009          Freelance translator and interpreter
2009          Simplot China, Beijing Simplot Food Processing Co., Ltd.
Baker & McKenzie’s wholly owned support services and translation subsidiary, Shanghai AIAL, Beijing Branch Office
2002 – 2004   Capital Networks Company, Ltd.  / T Matrix, Beijing, China
2002 – 2004   Century Micro Innovative Technology Inc. (CMITI), Beijing, China
2000 – 2002        Asia Finance Service Ltd., Beijing, China
1998-2000    Law Offices of Frank, Greenberg, Simone and Stefanski, Los Angeles, CA
Martin Simone, Partner, Frank Greenberg, Simone and Stefanski
Telephone (213) 384-4900
1983-2000             Herbal Science International,  Rowland Heights, CA
Dr. William Chang, O.M.D., Ph.D, C.A., President
Telephone (626) 965-0906
1986-1987             Kowin Development Corporation, Montebello, CA
 Supervisor: Sherman Fang
1985-1986           Guangdong Lingnan Import and Export Corporation (GLNIC)
 Supervisor: Lawrence Liu
1973-1975        Los Angeles City College, Chinese major
1975-1979        Mandarin Training Center, Taipei, Taiwan
1990                 U.C.L.A . (University of California, Los Angeles)
Bachelor of Arts, Chinese language
1990-1991        U.C.L.A. Chinese History Ph.D. Program
Fluent in spoken and written Mandarin Chinese (long and short form script). Limited fluency in Spanish, Korean and Japanese.
Awarded membership in the National Foreign Language Honors Society, 1974