Hello Native Born USA Chinese Citizen who want to survive in USA!

Have you ever helped Edmond Choi? Well, This is The Edmond Choi Foundation to help you.

Edmond Choi is currently charging $50/person to hear him talk about entertainment and people who want to network with entertainment professionals.

This non-profit meetup is mainly for people who like to work, stay in United States of America, and either looking for a job or want to add more work experience to their resume. Agnostic, Atheist, Taoist, & Buddhist should all come. If you are Christian, then we do NOT follow your religion here.

This is a new non-profit organization to help Native Born USA Chinese Citizen who want to survive in USA! (N.B.C. = Native Born Chinese)

This website is managed by Edmond Choi.

Edmond Choi’s United States government experiences include:

White House Political Aide AKA Former Vice President Al Gore’s Aide, World Leader, Chief of Police’s Boss, State Assemblymen’s Boss (AKA Mike Eng’s Boss), Official Spokesperson for America, Volunteer member of the US Coast Guard Auxiliary  

white house

Membership is FREE.

Bring your own food.

Join if you plan to work and stay in the United States Of America.

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This company is managed by Edmond Choi.

Edmond Choi wrote a short pdf e-book about “The survival of the Native Born USA Chinese Citizen community” currently selling for $50.

Consider this $50 investment as your education material into the world of survival in America.

Contact me at echoi1993@yahoo.com if you want to purchase. I take paypal.

Let’s meetup here at the brand new Monterey Highlands School Outdoor Cafeteria. See video below.

400 Casuda Canyon Dr, Monterey Park, CA 91754

Plenty of free parking. See signs posted.

(AKA One Native Born Way)

Website is open for business

“1st Amendment

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”