Apple and Mandarin Leader host event to recognize Chinese talent in the digital Arts

Mandarin Leader 名都领袖 and Apple hosted a reception on February 18th entitled:

Recognizing Chinese Talent in the Digital Arts

An audience of 30 Chinese business owners and executives gathered for for a panel discussion and networking event for Chinese working at the crossroads of artistry and technology.  This invite-only event will include a moderated panel discussion with six of Chicago’s Chinese innovators in the field of digital arts.   



Zhan Ye, Founder, Zing Games.

Kee Chan, Founder, Key Concept.

Edward Yang, Musician, Bengfang

Victor Yu Kung, Digital Designer, Accenture,


Lily Gulik is helping to build our next generation's animators, coders, designers, and entrepreneurs today as the founder and instructor of three GirlsWhoCode clubs in Chicago: at DePaul University, University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) and Lasalle Language Academy, a Chicago Public school. The digital arts curriculum is for girls 6th grade-high school and is a free program.  Ms. Gulik is a sales executive in the business to business and business to consumer services area, targeting the Global 1000 for Oracle Corporation (consulting services).   Lily Gulik is a Chinese-American who is a member of DePaul University's Leadership Council in the Computing and Digital Media college (CDM), former Associate Board member of the Chinese American Service League (CASL) and member of National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP).