Committe 100 Article/Event/Letter to US Attorney General


Dear OCPA Members,




A great deal is taking place regarding the recent slate of Department of Justice cases alleging economic espionage against ethnic Chinese scientists and engineers. We are trying our best to keep you abreast of the latest development.


The Committee-100 (url: been very much concerned with these cases, and has been working tirelessly on the behalf of the entire ethnically Chinese community. Below, please find several items from the Committee 100, which may be of interest:


1) George Koo of Committee 100, has written a timely article on "Rules of Conduct for Chinese Working in America". You can find this article at [courtesy, Jen-Chieh Peng]:


2) As announced previously, there will be a discussion organized by the Committee 100 on

"THE U.S. LEGAL ENVIRONMENT FOR ECONOMIC AND TRADE SECRETS Washington, D.C. September 16, 2015 5:30 - 7:00 pm Discussing the complex U.S. laws on trade secrets, espionage, and export controls that can particularly affect Chinese Americans science and technology professionals and federal government employees." The registration if free.

Please browse for details. Cheuk-Yin Wong has provided a pdf file , which introduces this workshop/discussion event as well as the speakers.


3) The Committee 100 has a press release, (please see attached pdf ), which informs of a recent letter sent to the US Attorny General, Loretta E. Lynch, regarding the issue of Asian Americans and Racial Profiling. The letter is signed by the president/chairperson of the following


Committee of 100
National Council of Chinese Americans
Asian Americans Advancing Justice
Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association
Chinese American Citizens Alliance
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association
OCA - Asian Pacific American Advocates

and can be found at: