Konnech CEO’s deleted website reveals Chinese Communist Party roots.
[Sept 02 2022]
[All Chinese translated with Google & DeepL]
“After the 17th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, with the continuous development of political and economic reform, all kinds of election activities will become more and more a norm.
We have a senior professional team that has been engaged in election service and management for a long time, and we have the experience of overseas election internship and exchange.
We can provide the most professional election consulting service and election activity solutions for all places and levels of Party committees, NPCs, CPPCCs, trade unions, overseas Chinese Federation, women’s federations, Communist Youth League; villages, towns, streets, communities and units that have the need for election and evaluation of priorities.”
On a now-deleted website for the Chinese election company, Jinhua Yulian Network Technology Co., the statement above was written by Eugene Yu, the Founder & CEO of Konnech Inc., a U.S. election company based out of East Lansing, Michigan.
Yu, who graduated from Zhejiang University in 1982 before receiving his MBA from Wake Forest University in 1988, founded Michigan’s Konnech Inc. on March 20, 2002, registering the domain “www.konnech.com” one month later.
On November 29, 2005, the Michigan CEO whose Chinese name is Jianwei Yu (于建伟), founded his Chinese election company Jinhua Yulian Network Technology Co. in Jinhua City, Zhejiang Province, China.
On February 25, 2006, Yu registered the website “www.yu-lian.cn” for his Chinese election company to his American election company’s email address “email@example.com”.