Chinese Version
Board of Management
 

The Board of Management

 

 

Chairman

Mark Okoth Obama Ndesandjo
DiMaKe Management & Consulting Ltd (HK)

   

Councillors

David C. Buxbaum
Senior Attorney, Anderson & Anderson LLP

   
Prof. Alice Chiu
Henyep Capital Group - Director
Henyep (Chengdu) Enterprise Ltd. - Managing Director
Up Right Ltd. - Director
Shine Education Foundation - Founding Chairman & Director
Shine International Education Centre - Director
Greater China Culture Global Association - Founding Chairman
   
Mr. Harley Seyedin
President, The American Chamber of Commerce in South China,
Vice Chairman-China, The Asia Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce
President, Sithe Global Pacific
 Mrs. Chloe Liu   
   

   
 
 
 

Thank you for considering helping the Mark Obama Ndesandjo Foundation!

The Mark Obama Ndesandjo Foundation Limited is a charity which promotes the education, development, understanding and valuing of diverse classical and modern art and music, particularly among the young and the disadvantaged. A portion of profits from Mark’s music recordings and book sales will also contribute to the fund.  in Hong Kong, we are registered under section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance (Cap.112) and donations are tax-deductible. From time to time,  we will partner with other organizations who can offer tax benefits on a case by case basis. The Board of Management comprises 5 Councillors (including the Chairman) who meet annually and are consulted on proposals and fund solicitations.




 


 
About the Novel
 
 
The protagonist, upon arriving in China in the wake of 911 and the onset of a terrifying global war, is forced to confront his early experiences in Kenya and the United States as a result of his growing love for a beautiful Chinese woman and a young orphan. Parallels between his own upbringing and the potential family that lies before him lead to questions about his true identity, the complexities of his multi-racial family and the relationship he had known with his father. 15% of profits from book sales are donated to help disadvantaged children.