Longfei is dual qualified in PRC and New York. She has extensive experience advising Chinese companies for their overseas PPP/BOT Projects and international constructions projects in the sectors of infrastructure, power, mining and oil & gas.
Longfei is dual qualified in China and New York State, United State. She graduated with honour from Nanjing University law school, and then continued her study in the Law School of Renmin University of China and UC Berkeley. She has obtained both a Bachelor Degree of Laws and Master Degrees of Law. She has profound legal background. Her focus is on PPP/BOT Project and International construction. She has advised significant number of Chinese infrastructure and engineering companies venturing abroad in the sectors such as power, mining, oil and gas and infrastructure. Furthermore, she is the leading author on drafting the PPP Contract Guideline for the Ministry of Finance of People's Republic of China.
Pinsent Masons wins Construction Law Firm of the Year at the Asian Legal Business Hong Kong Law Awards
I-Ching is qualified in Queensland and New South Wales, and is a legal practitioner of the High Court of Australia. She has extensive experience working in cross-cultural and cross-jurisdictional context, having studied and worked in Australia, Japan and now China, and having advised clients across diverse industries and geographical areas.
Mark is an infrastructure lawyer who specializes in infrastructure related dispute resolution and infrastructure transactional services. He started his practices in these areas in 2008 and has rich experience in both domestic and overseas projects.
Kanyi Lui has almost two decades of experience advising major financial institutions and borrowers on the development and financing of energy, natural resource, and infrastructure projects in emerging markets.