Donald Tang is founder and managing partner of Tang Media Partners which focuses on the global entertainment and media business with particular emphasis on China and the United States. Prior to his current positions, Mr. Tang was Vice Chairman of Bear Stearns & Co., Chairman and President of Bear Steams International Holdings, and Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns Asia, Ltd. Mr. Tang serves as Trustee of the California Institute of Technology, member of the Committee of 100, and is on the Advisory Committee for Harvard University Asia Center, and is Trustee Emeritus of Asia Society Southern California. A featured speaker at the 2010 University of Pennsylvania Wharton School Asia Conference, he has been profiled in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and Los Angeles Times. He is a contributor to CNBC's Closing Bell, discussing all things China-related, and received the "40 under 40" designation from Crain's Chicago Business Magazine. Honors awarded Donald Tang include the 2007 Los Angeles Urban League Community Coalition Award; 2007 Sponsors for Educational Opportunity Corporate Leadership Award; 2004 Chairman's Award of the Asia Society; the 2004 Alexis de Tocqueville Society A ward presented to Donald and his wife, Jean, for their commitment to human service; the 2002-2003 "Spirit of Los Angeles" Award from United Way; and the "40 Under 40" Designation for the year 2000-2001 by Crain's Chicago Business Magazine.