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A successful serial entrepreneur, Andy started his career in Silicon Valley. He co-founded one of the world's earliest social app companies in 2008, which he sold to Zynga in 2010 to become Zynga China.
Andy subsequently served as General Manager and led Zynga China's expansion. He was also an early member of Google in Greater China, where he established the company's mobile business and introduced the Android operating system in 2006.
Prior to Google, Andy worked for BCG, where he specialized in strategy consulting for Chinese mobile carriers and banks. Andy holds bachelor's and master's degrees in Computer Science from MIT. He grew up in New York.
Ouyang was previously the founder and COO of GaoPeng (Groupon China) and Deputy General Manager of the Corp Strategy Department at Tencent.
Prior to joining Tencent, he was a Project Leader at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). At the genesis of China's internet boom, Ouyang was part of the founding team of Qzone.com, China's first social internet startup. He subsequently joined Siemens as the first Chinese leader of its global mobile project.
Ouyang holds an MBA from HEC Paris, as well as bachelor’s and master's degrees in Computer Science from the Changsha Institute of Technology in Hunan, China.
Before joining AIG, Liu served as the CTO of SEEC Media Group, where he led Caijing.com.cn to become China's first news portal focused on financial markets and the economy.
Prior to this, Liu co-founded a social network and gaming company. Earlier in his career, Liu held leading technical roles at several high-growth startups and internet companies with SK Telecom China, where he launched the world's earliest virtual worlds, Cyworld, in China.
Mingling Liu holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in engineering from Tsinghua University.
Prior to joining AIG, Darren served as Business Finance Director for Hewlett-Packard Technology China's Personal Computer Division, overseeing revenue analysis, operations, and cost control of a multi-billion dollar revenue business.
Before HP, Darren was Asia Finance Director and Business Development head at Zynga, where he oversaw day-to-day financial management, planning, and operational analysis for the Asia-Pacific region, as well as business development in mainland China. He has also held multiple roles focused on audit, accounting, financial planning, and management at Deloitte & Touche, Microsoft, and Google.
Darren holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, China, and is certified as an Australian Senior Public Accountant (FIPA).