Monday, January 24, 2011

Steve Ballmer and Harry Shum hand out red envelopes at the Asian Spring Festival

Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer
Redmond, Wa - In celebrating with the community at the 2011 Asian Spring Festival, Microsoft's CEO, Steve Ballmer and Corporate Vice President, Harry Shum handed out red envelopes which symbolizes 'good luck' to children dancers from the Chinese Dance Academy and Youth Dance Troup at the Microsoft Asian Spring Festival. The event attracted over 4000 community and business leaders, in addition the families of Microsoft employees.

(l to r) Tazin Shadid, Microsoft Asian Employee Resource Group Chair and Gil Gido, NAAAP Seattle President

Overlake Christian Center
This event was co-organized by the Chinese Employees at Microsoft (CHIME) and other Microsoft Asian communities. It is one of the the largest diversity and inclusion events at Microsoft and is the largest Spring Festival celebration in the Seattle area. We look to participating next year!

Other links:

Business: New York Times: Business Leaders Meet with Hu.



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