Rosita Wong founded GreenCity e3 in 2012 as a subsidiary of East Group. Headquartered in Beijing China and with a satellite office in San Francisco USA, GreenCity e3 offers unique one-stop environmental solutions to developing countries through the China’s advantages as a tech exporter, financer and investor. Likewise, GreenCity works with advanced markets in the EU, North America and Oceania to help their private green tech firms to land on China’s green cities projects. The combination of the two dynamics connecting the developed-s and the developing-s via China has become a powerful platform welcomed by all levels of government and the private sector.
Currently, Rosita leads her team and is supported by a network of global partners in the developed and developing countries to conduct green projects on waste management, renewable energy and energy efficiency. Active projects are ranged from smart cities, smart grid, solar farms, micro-hydro stations, wind farms, waste-to-energy plants, waste water treatment plants, retrofitted green buildings and shopping malls.
“With the mission of ‘Green Tech for Everyone’, GreenCity e3 strives to commoditize green tech in an affordable and quality standards for a global market that will make sustainability attainable,” says Rosita Wong.
Besides GreenCity e3, Rosita Wong founded East Group in 2005 in Ottawa Canada. East Group is a government relations consultancy that works on behalf of foreign governments in the China market. Over the last decade, East Group has accumulated resources with international governments and their local private partners which in return has become a foundation for GreenCity e3 to expand its global reach. Active markets for East Group and GreenCity include China, the USA, Canada, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Laos, Nepal, India, Myanmar, etc. East Group was the local firm designated by the Government of Canada for its activities at the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai China.
Prior to East Group, Rosita Wong was an award-winning journalist in Canada and the USA. She was the Ottawa Correspondent for China Business News and Sing Tao Daily from 2003-2005. She was the Washington Correspondent for Sing Tao Daily from 2001-2003. Both of her portfolios covered Canada-US-China relations in all arrays. In 2002, Rosita Wong garnered four media awards in California for her excellence in journalism and the on-depth presentation of the US-China relations. Awards include New California Media Awards and Northern California Chinese Media Awards.