Dr. Soner Tarim's first wife a black muslim convert Cheryl Tarim, served a great purpose for the Gulen Movement gaining a foothold into the Congressional offices of: Alma Allen, Al Green and Sheila Jackson-Lee (seat stealer) Many Gulenists had spoke among themselves at how odd the situation was with Cheryl. Dr. Soner Tarim never made the social scene with his first wife Cheryl. Soner also tried unsuccessfully to open 2 schools in China. Sheila Jackson-Lee helped to facilitate the moving of Texas Educational money into Washington DC where a Harmony Science Academy was opened. POOF Cheryl has disappeared
|Hijab wearing Mrs. Soner Tarim giving a lecture in 2006 at Gulen Turquoise Center in Houston|
EXIT ...Cheryl Tarim and ENTER
Nancy Li - the social darling of Houston who
is the liaison of the Jewish community to the Holocaust
Center in Harbin, China. This marriage took place in 2016
which this blog discussed here Where Is Soner?
Nancy Li is the owner of an educational services company that strongly deals with Harmony Public Schools (aka Gulen Schools)
Nancy Li just led a group of Houston dignitaries including the Mayor of Houston (Sylvester Turner) and CEO of GHP Bob Harvey to a grand China tour that Nancy describes as China Mission Trip (December 2017)
WIFE Number 2- Nancy Li
Houston Mayor's Office
Monday, December 04, 2017
Mayor Turner paves way for negotiations to bring to Houston
a Hemispheric Operations Base for Chinese maker of Airport Equipment
SHENZHEN, China— Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and officials of CIMC-TianDa, a China-based firm, have signed a memorandum of understanding under which the company could develop a base of operations for manufacturing in Houston.
The signing took place on the first stop of a Houston trade mission led by Mayor Turner and business leaders. China is the second largest international trading partner with Houston. The mission was organized by the Greater Houston Partnership.
CIMC-TianDa, which specializes in airport and seaport equipment design, development, manufacturing and maintenance, is seeking a facility from which to support operations in the Western Hemisphere.
The memorandum of understanding calls for real estate lease or purchase options at or near George Bush Intercontinental Airport. The nonbinding memorandum outlines the basis for further negotiation. Any agreement on a lease or purchase of property owned by the Houston Airport System requires the approval of City Council.
“Houston and our airport system have the infrastructure to accommodate CIMA-TianDa as it seeks a platform to compete for business across the Americas,” said Mayor Turner. “Our air cargo facilities, combined with our port system, provide the logistics infrastructure to support the development, manufacturing and transport of large-scale equipment wherever world-markets take them. We believe the jobs this business would create represent a good growth opportunity for Houston.”
CIMA-TianDa says the business would provide as many as 80 new jobs in the Houston area.
“The Houston Airport system has experienced phenomenal development in all phases of international travel and commerce,” said HAS Director Mario Diaz. “This negotiation provides an opportunity to add to the commercial base that will support Houston’s projected future growth.”
Photo includes Chinese and Houston business and government officials. From left to right: Marvalette Hunter, Chief of Staff, City of Houston; Council Member Larry Green; Mayor Sylvester Turner; Council Member Greg Travis; Greater Houston Partnership President and CEO, Bob Harvey; Mario Diaz, Director Houston Airport System; Andy Icken Director of Economic Development.
Where is Nancy Li?