Googled Glimpses of Distinguished Career: Pi-Twan Huang 黃碧端: Part 023
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Huang Pi-Twan was elected by AAPPAC (Association of Asia Pacific
Performing Arts Centres  ) as Deputy Chairman of the AAPPAC Exco, filling up
the vacancy left by Richard Evans, the Chief Executive of  Sydney Opera
House, Australia.  
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From: AAPPAC Secretariat <aappac@esplanade.com>
Date: 2012/3/12
Subject: 2012 AAPPAC By-Election Result

Dear AAPPAC Members,

Thank you for your active participation in the recent AAPPAC Executive Council (Exco) By-Election.  At the close of poll at 6pm, 7 March 2012, we
received votes from 30 out of 34 Member centres.  The counting of votes took place at the Esplanade’s office and was witnessed in the presence of
AAPPAC appointed auditor, Moore Stephens LLP.  Mdm Huang Pi-Twan, National Chiang Kai-Shek CulturalCenter, Taiwan R.O.C secured the
highest votes from the Membership to be appointed as an Exco member.

Following this and in accordance with the AAPPAC’s Rules of Association, an election was held within Exco for one Exco member to become our new
Deputy Chairman.  The votes from allExco members were received by 6pm, 9 March 2012 and the counting took place once again at the Esplanade’
s office, witnessed by Esplanade’s Financial Controller.  

We are pleased to announce that Mdm Huang Pi-Twan, National Chiang Kai-Shek CulturalCenter, Taiwan R.O.C. secured the highest vote from the
Exco to be appointed Deputy Chairman of the AAPPAC Exco.  The term of appointment is from 12 March 2012 to 16 September 2013, or the end of
the 2013 Annual General Meeting, whichever is later.  This will also be ratified at the 2012 Annual General Meeting in Taipei.

Our heartiest congratulations to Mdm Huang and please join me in welcoming her to the AAPPAC Exco.  We are confident that her leadership skills
and experience will be invaluable to AAPPAC.


Best Regards,
Rachelle

Secretary General
AAPPAC Secretariat
TEL: (65) 6828-8341 / (65) 68280-8214
FAX: (65) 6337-3633