2014 Chinatown Adelaide Lunar New Year Street Party MC Profile

Dr Evelyn Yap is the Deputy Managing Partner of Benson Radiology, Senior Staff Consultant at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and a Senior Visiting Medical Specialist at BreastScreen SA.
Evelyn first arrived in Adelaide as a secondary school student and has subsequently called Adelaide home for more than 20 years.
She is actively involved in arange of professional, charitable and community organisations and takes seriously her role to give back to both her community and profession.
Among many positions held, Evelyn is a current committee member and former President of both the Australian Chinese Medical Association SA (www.acma-sa.com) and Malaysia Club of South Australia (www.myclubsa.com.au) and is on the RANZCR ASM committee. She was a nominee for the South Australia Womens Honour Roll in 2011, and has been the MC at OzAsia Migration museum event most recently in 2013, and was co-MC at last years inaugural Chinatown Lunar New Year Street Party.
Professionally, she is a dual qualified medical specialist, a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists and a Member of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Nuclear Physicians and a partner at one of the nations largest private diagnostic imaging practice.

Luke Lombe – Director, Echelon One. A resident of China for 6 years, Luke is a 2 x TEDx presenter, Member of the China Markets Advisory Board – SA Premier’s Office, Guest lecturer on Business in China for multiple MBA programs, and holds a Bachelor of Commerce, Diploma in Finance, and is currently completing an MBA . He has most recently worked as Director of Business Development for China’s largest media and entertainment company, DMG. Luke currently consults to a variety of startups and established organizations on business design, strategy, HR & operations, brand development, and China market entry through his company, Echelon One. Luke has also recently established a new company bringing Chinese students to Australia for sport and culture immersion programs – Australian Adventure, Sports, and Culture (AASC)

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