Richard Y. Lee, Ph.D. graduated from Peking University in 1985 in Economics. Conducting his graduate studies in the United States, he received his Doctorate of Philosophy degree from the University of Arizona under the guidance of Dr. Vernon Smith, 2002 Nobel Prize Laureate. He then taught as an Assistant Professor of Economics at Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania. In 1993, he founded Amsino Medical Group in California, and has been Chairman, President, and CEO ever since. Under his leadership, Amsino has grown from a start-up company to a multinational conglomerate, with R&D, manufacturing and distribution facilities in the US and in Asia. As a leading developer and manufacturer of disposable medical products, Amsino is dedicated to advancing healthcare worldwide to help improve the safety and effectiveness of patient care, and its products can be found in the US and more than 50 other countries. Richard Lee is actively involved in many community and charity activities and has been a sponsor of Direct Relief International for over 10 years, supporting charity programs in many developing countries. Richard Lee is recognized as one of the most influential leaders in the Chinese American community and is serving as President of Chinese CEO Organization, Supervisory Chairman of Roundtable of Southern California Chinese American Organizations, Economic Advisor of Changchun Municipal Government, Board Director of the International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics, Board Director of Beijing Association USA, and Board Director of Peking University Alumni Association of Southern California.