Winnie Xu is an experienced cosmetic regulatory analyst in the ChemLinked team tasked with tracking, analyzing and interpreting the latest regulatory and market changes in China, Japan, and the rest of the Asia Pacific area. She has published a number of news and articles on cosmetic regulatory compliance and involved in various industry conferences. Areas of expertise: Cosmetic Pre-Market Approval Compliance, Cosmetic Ingredient Requirements, Animal Testing and CBEC.
Yen Vu is an experienced regulatory affairs manager with a proven track record in ensuring compliance with local regulations and laws in the cosmetic and healthcare industry. Strong knowledge of product registration and regulatory requirements. Skilled in managing cross-functional teams and liaising with regulatory authorities.
Initial major in Biotechnology Engineering, she then got the Law Decree to strengthen her legal background. She has spent the last four years as a Regulatory Affairs Manager for L'Oreal Vietnam. Before that, she has been working for more than ten years for Law Firms, including Tilleke Gibbins – the leading IP Law Firm in Asia.
Hedy is an experienced cosmetic regulatory analyst in the ChemLinked team. She focuses on tracking, analyzing, and interpreting the latest cosmetic regulatory and market changes in China, Indonesia, Vietnam, and the rest of the Asia Pacific area. With an in-depth understanding of cosmetics regulations, she attended various industry conferences and presented several speeches in multiple industry conferences such as In-cosmetics Asia and often been interviewed by well-known cosmetics industry media. Area of expertise: China cosmetic import compliance, pre-market approval procedures, animal testing, Indonesia cosmetics halal certification, and Vietnam cosmetics compliance.
Angelita Hu is the content manager and regulatory analyst at ChemLinked. She focuses on researching cosmetic and food regulations in China, the rest of the Asia Pacific region, Europe, and the Americas, promoting and implementing regulatory content innovation and finding global partners to co-build a content ecosystem.
Ye Chen graduated from University College London with a master's degree and now works as a research analyst with ChemLinked Market Team. She mainly tracks the latest market changes about imported consumer goods in China and the rest of the Asia Pacific area and has published many market analysis articles on the website & provided customized consulting services for clients. Her research and opinions are often quoted by other overseas and domestic media.
Areas of expertise: cosmetics, food, DTC brands, clean beauty, health food, dairy, marketing strategies, fashionable trends, perfume, luxury products.
Mr. Song Liang is a leading dairy expert in China. He once worked for Ministry of Commerce for 10 years, dedicating himself to the study of dairy and infant formula industry, dairy products’ international trade, China’s new retail, as well as relevant industry policy, regulations and market mechanism. During his work in Ministry of Commerce, he continued to offer thoughts and suggestions to the central government/the prime minister through specific reports and internal reference, among which some were accepted. He is dedicated to writing industry reports, and what he writes each year serve as the internal references of Ministry of Commerce.
In the recent 10 years, Mr. Song Liang has published multiple articles regarding China’s dairy industry. His main ideas are widely accepted by the government and enterprises. Relying on his professional knowledge and insights, he also serves as leader of expert group of China Agricultural Reclamation Dairy Industry Alliance, committee member of Specialization Nutrition Consumption Committee, and strategy consultant in and independent director of multiple listed dairy enterprises.
Before setting up her own consulting firms, she worked for Health Sciences Authority (HSA) Singapore as Regulatory Consultant/Acting Deputy Director for Complementary Health Product Branch (CHPB). She has gained insights of government thinking for regulating health products and skills for managing regulatory professional teams, scientific and regulatory database, as well as skills for professional cooperation and communication with government agencies and industry leaders at international, regional and local levels.
Lorraine T.S. Li is a specialist in the research and analysis of the regulatory compliance of Korean Food, Cosmetics, and Chemical industry. She mainly provides expert articles on Korean chemical, food, cosmetics, and environment policies to help clients transcend the regulatory barriers.
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Yilia is head editor of Chemlinked food portal and also an experienced food regulation analyst at REACH24h Consulting Group. Her broad experience in the food sector in China has afforded her unique insight on key areas including CBEC, dairy products, infant formula and health food. She is recognized as a knowledgeable expert in food regulation sector and has delivered speeches in multiple industry conferences such as Dairy Asia Pacific Summit 2018.