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I am a...
Landscape Architect, Principal
University
Heriott Watt University
Current Employment:
Asst Professor
Website:
http://fac.arch.hku.hk/

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At 4:34am on February 27, 2010, Graham Johnstone said…
Dear Mr. Matthew Pryor,

My name is Graham Johnstone. I am a graduate of LMU (2005) , have worked in the UK and I am currently employed as a Landscape Designer in Shanghai.
I am seriously interested in becoming a professional member of HKILA. I have a basic understanding of the process as outlined in documents available from the official website.
In your opinion what is the best way for me to go about gaining my Chartership in China? I would be very grateful of any advice you are able to offer.

Sincerely,

Graham Johnstone
 
 
 

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