Pacific Rim International, Inc.
Anthony Goh the President of US-Pacific Rim International, Inc. He is also the co-founder of the Maryland-China Business Council (MCBC, www.mcbc.net), one of the most active and widely recognized groups in the mid-Atlantic region that promotes U.S.-China business, trade, educational and cultural exchanges. He was responsible for establishing and developing the relationship between the council and the Chinese embassy/government and served as a board member and Vice President from 1995 until 2005.
He is the founding president of the United States of America Wushu Kungfu Federation (USAWKF, www.usawkf.org), the official US representative for the sport of Wushu, as well as the 13 member-nation Pan-American Wushu Federation and he is vice president of the 106 member-nation International Wushu Federation (IWUF, http://www.iwuforg) which will be hosting the 2008 Olympics Beijing Wushu Tournament. As the president of USAWKF, he organized and produced the 1995 World Wushu Championships held in Baltimore, Maryland. This tournament, with 54 countries participating, was the largest Chinese cultural/sports event that had ever been held in the United States. Under his leadership and his strong marketing and organization skills, the USAWKF is now an essential institution in the Wushu world, and Mr. Goh is a key figure in the development of the sport worldwide.
He now enjoys a high ranking official status recognized by the Chinese government, giving him unparalleled accessibility to Chinese government departments and institutions. Mr. Goh is also a board member and Director for China Operation of the Georgia based EnviroTech International Group, Inc. (ETIG, http://www.ur-envirotech.com) since July 2005, and he has successfully developed a national network to distribute the company's environmental technology and equipment in China.
Mr. Goh has been featured in Who is Who in Overseas Chinese, published by China Overseas Exchange Association, China. (1993) as well as in the book Outstanding Chinese in North America (in Chinese, 1999) He was invited by Chinese State Department as a state guest at China's 50th National Day Celebration (1999), and he was primary advisor of Discovery Channel's "Animal Within" documentary, which was broadcasted worldwide (1999).
Anthony Goh is of Chinese descent, but he grew up and was educated in Penang, Malaysia. He immigrated to the United States in 1979 and has operated businesses in Baltimore since 1983