This week, the US project teams are in Hong Kong for client meetings and are sharing space with the Hong Kong team in a tiny field office.

     The WATG Hong Kong Team: Perry Brown, Tom Fo, Mark Kowalski, Allen Hung, Aaron Ho, Delbert Ragland,
     and myself
     WATG Irvine: Greg Villegas, Sharmila Tankha, Matt Page
     WATG Honolulu: Harvey Maruya, Carlos Meyer, Tiffany Lee

Ron Van Pelt (WATG Singapore) and Margaret McMahon (Wimberly Interiors NYC) also graced us with their presence.

In all thirteen of us are sitting elblow to elbow in a tight, but comfortable work space.

 "It takes thirteen to build a village." - Harvey Maruya


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