Our Board

Dr Yeow Hua Poon

Yeow is the managing director of People and Organisation Ltd. He supports business development between the UK and China, as well as governance and capacity building projects in a number of developing countries. He worked previously at Birmingham City Council and was a lecturer at John Moore University, Liverpool.


Yin Ming Au
Vice Chair
Yin Ming plays a leading role organising our team of volunteers who help with our luncheon and other community events.Although retired, she is an active member of our Wan Sheung dance group and Wan Cheuk choir, and actively participates in our health & well being activities.

 Neng-Chien Tseng
Neng-Chien works as a social worker for Birmingham City Council.His specialised field in social work is working with older adults who are over 65 years old and in need of support from the local authority.
 William Good
Bill Good has a mechanical engineering degree from Birmingham University and qualified as a Chartered Accountant at Robson Rhodes in London. Having gained his commercial experience in FMCG within the food processing industry at Brooke Bond PLC, for the last 35 years he has held senior positions within manufacturing and service related companies. These include TI Group, Sandvik, Marshalls PLC, and becoming Group MD of an AIM listed company. He has also personally bought a street furniture company.

Bill has held a number of NED roles, which include intellectual holding companies, water and energy management companies, The Birmingham Assay Office, The Birmingham Botanical Gardens, an LED lighting company, and engineering companies. He is currently CEO of Diverco Ltd, a corporate broker, and Director and founder member of England China Business Forum, and helped form CWM (China West Midlands).

 Andy Chan
Andy is a Portfolio Manager in the Transport Sector. He specialises in portfolio, programme and project management. On the Board, he provides strategic direction and policy advice.

He has also spent the last eight years volunteering and working with the local Chinese Community. His goal is to empower the Chinese Community and to create strong links between community groups.

Wah Au
A First Class Business and Management graduate, Wah specialises in project management, e-commerce and business development.  On the Board, Wah advises CCC-B on strategy development and takes an active role as a volunteer.  Having also worked for other non profit organisations as Project Coordinator, such as the British Chinese Project, he is dedicated to charity work and to improving the lives of those from diverse communities and in wider society.
Angela Huang
Angela works in marketing, PR and event management. She is the Chair of Chinese Active Citizens UK, co-founder of Chinese Future and Vice President of Birmingham China Business Forum. She is also a core member of CARG (Campaign Against Racism Group). To support the local Chinese community, Angela spends much of her time building relationships and facilitating communications among interested parties.

Xu Zhang
After finishing his postgraduate, Xu stayed on in the UK as an entrepreneur, and has been living in Birmingham for the last 10 years. Since Covid-19, he has worked as a volunteer for the Chinese community.  Xu has taken part in a variety of projects, including the Covid-19 Community Impact project, the Vaccination Campaign, and Anti-hate Crime. He is currently helping Chinese residents in Birmingham to become more active and more involved in community affairs.


Brian Whitford MBE C.Dip.A.F FIoD
Brian is an international director with extensive experience. He has worked globally, successfully growing businesses and opening new markets. A member and Fellow of the Institute of Directors, a board member of the Chamber of Commerce and Chairman of the local parish council, he has a broad range of expertise and both private and public sector experience. He has managed global divisions for Alcan and Racal Electronics and has successfully established, built and sold businesses of his own. He has in depth experience in South East Asia and has established distributor and agency networks throughout the region as well as establishing a manufacturing joint venture in China.

 James Wong
Managing Director of Chung Ying Restaurant Group, Chair of the Chinese Festival Committee Birmingham, James is committed to preserving Chinese heritage and culture within the community. As Governor of Overseas Chinese Association School and an active board director of Southside BID, he frequently engages with businesses and local groups to promote and support CCC-B and the community.