President, Northern California Chinese Media Association (NCCMA) and World Channel Inc., Commissioner, San Francisco Commission on the Environment
President and founder of World Channel, Inc.. He has grown the company from virtually an idea to a multi-million dollar enterprise. In 1999, Mr. Mok established the first nationwide 24-hour Chinese Television Channel. The move substantiates Mr. Mok’s proactive leadership of Chinese entertainment industry in North America, since then he has also produced 10 weekly TV programs outreaching to the Asian audience through his local and national broadcast network in North America.
Born in Macau and a citizen of USA, Mr. Mok graduated from North London University in 1980, major in Statistics and Computing Science. He has extensive experience in both computer and film industries, and his achievement in Chinese entertainment industry is well recognized. He won numerous Annual Outstanding Chinese Journalist Awards and Certificate of Honor for his outstanding service and leadership by California Governors, San Francisco City Council, San Francisco Mayors, and numerous non-profit organizations. He is the 4-time President of Northern California Chinese Media Association (NCCMA), Commissioner of the San Francisco Environment Department, Commissioner of San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission, Marketing Chair of San Francisco Chinatown Development and the Committee to Asian Pacific American Heritage Mouth.