Microsoft leaders set to attend technology forum in Kent

A special technology forum, featuring some top officials from Microsoft, has been scheduled for 6-8:30 p.m. March 17 at the Imperial Garden Seafood Restaurant, at Kent’s Great Wall Shopping Mall.

Qi Lu, president of Microsoft’s Online Services Division, Brian McDonald, Microsoft’s corporate vice president of core search program management and Harry Shum, corporate vice president for search-product development at Microsoft, are the night’s special guests.

The topics of the night will be “Search Challenges, Directions and Opportunities.”

The cost to attend is $30 per person, and RSVPs must be made by March 12 by contacting Christine Lee at

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