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Paul Yee
Executive director and founding partner of eeProductions Inc., Paul Yee is the untiring advocator in entertainment and marketing industries. His extensive knowledge grew from being a producer at Leo Burnett Advertising Hong Kong in 1973 and finally a production manager, editor and TV commercial director at Hong Kong Film Services. In 1984, Paul moved to Leo Burnett Advertising Chicago and also served as the manager of Hong Kong Society of Cinematographers in 1990. In 1993, he joined China Syndrome Productions in Toronto as a partner and executive producer and started to grow his Canadian businesses and network.

Over the past 38 years in advertising and commercial production, his Hong Kong and Canadian clients included, but not limited to, Marlboro, Lane Crawford, Hong Kong Dairy Farm, Cathay Pacific Airline, Panasonic, Sprint Canada, Bell Canada, Loblaws, Royal Canadian Mint, and real estate projects of Pacific Mall, Casa Del Sol, Concord City Place as well as Jackie Chan’s World Society for the Protection of Animals worldwide TVCs broadcasting.

Andrew Lai
Creative director and founding partner of eeProductions Inc., Andrew has over 15 years of experience, primarily related to the program creation, creative development, script writing and production aspects of the entertainment businesses. His background covers a broad range of medium to large-scale information, entertainment, talk show, travelogue, game show and fundraising programs.

His completed projects included, but not limited to, Miss Chinese Toronto Pageant, Miss Asia Pageant, New Talent Singing Awards Toronto Audition, Toronto International Film Festival, Canadian Chinese Fashion Designer Awards, Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival, Bauhinia Gala - Celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the Establishment of Hong Kong SAR, Chinese New Year Gala, Travel to Cuba, Travel to Mexico, Documentary of Yee Hong Foundation, etc.

Andrew currently is also writing for Sing Tao Daily (Canada), a member of Toronto Star Group, and for CCUE Chinese Media Inc.  

Echo Loo
Founding partner of eeProductions Inc., Echo Loo has been instrumental in the successful planning, management and production of many large-scale events, performances, over 300 music videos, short films, feature films and TV programs since 1984.

In 1993, Echo received the International Television Program Bronze Medal Award at 1993 New York Festivals by her production of "Real Love in an Unreal Plot". She was also the executive producer of a Canadian government project "Different yet the same, a Look into Canadian Culture" in 1999. Having the sophisticated skills of production and an extensive network in the entertainment industry, her ability and reputation are universally recognized among all business partners and industry fellows.