As the founder and managing director, Diana was working in marketing programs to promote culture exchanges, art performances, conventions, trade shows and professional trainings between China and the United States of America. Diana has been actively involved in many cases for international and local community events, such as Global Chinatown and Cross-border Investment linked with New Silk Roads in Seattle (2016); Eco Communities and Smart City in Tianjin, China (2013-2014); International Optoelectronic Exposition in Shenzhen, China (2012); Global Mobile and Cloud Computer Conference with Microsoft and HSBC in Seattle (2011); International Children’s Arts Exhibition and Competition in Seattle (2009); Seattle Photovoice Association Gala Concert (2007); Henan Shao Lin Kung Fu Spectacular Performance and culture exchange programs in Seattle (2006); Starting Seattle Chinese Art & Culture Festival (2005); International Youth Music Festival in Beijing, China (2004); Little Ambassador Summer Chorus Championship in Shanghai, China (2002); WTO International Forum in Shanghai, China (2002); China Educational Exchange Program for America Community College Association in Beijing, Xian, Shanghai (2001); Forum of International Entrepreneurs in 21st Century in Qingdao, China (2000).
Diana began her career as a pediatrician in Shanghai, China for more than five years. She studied in pediatrics and graduated from Jiao Tong Medical University. After she moved to the U.S. with her family in 1991, she worked as research assistant in Oregon Health Science University for over three years. She continued her studies in genetics course at OHSU and has taken some business courses at Bellevue College and more recently to following learnt the Function Medicine and System Biology.
Diana has been working with a group of professionals with similar visions to establish North America China Council since 1995. As a volunteer, she worked on special programs linking the local community and international events. She believes her passion to deliver love, peace and friendship to serve the members; to show the mutual respect through developing common interests and better understanding between the U.S. and China. She also used to assist with Chongqing Trade Office North America Branch for more than three years along with administration to support local government as local trade business well communicated as products and setting up events as well.