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Ohio's Plain Dealer Features Mr. Eddy Zai and Cleveland International Fund

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Ohio's largest newspaper The Plain Dealer featured a story on Mr. Eddy Zai and his Cleveland International Fund, a designated EB-5 regional center in Ohio.  Cleveland International Fund (CiF) is one of the most active EB-5 regional centers in Chinese market. Since launching their marketing efforts in China last July, the regional center has completed $45 million fundraising forthe Flats East Bank project, 90 EB-5 investors were mainly from China, Korea and India.  Now Mr. Eddy Zai is geared to finance the expansion of University Hospitals. The hospital system is wrapping up more than $1.2 billion in projects, including a new cancer hospital in Cleveland and a freestanding hospital in Beachwood. CiF is launching their China efforts end of this month. See complete news report by the Plain Dealer, please click here.

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  1. Pae's Avatar
    When my family came here, they for some oaesrn split with members of their own family. I don t know why this occurred. The way we spell the last name of my father s family is Kowaleviocz. The correct spelling according to other relatives is Kowalevicz. Both of these family names are still present in the United States today. Why the name was changed on arrival into the USA, I will never know. What I do know is that my relatives came here with almost nothing. The boys all went to work as longshoremen at the Dundalk Marine Terminal in Maryland. Members of my family still work their to this very day. The work there is not easy, as a matter of fact, it cost my father his life at the age of 29. My mother was a widow with five kids. She worked two jobs most of her life to make a good life for me and my siblings. I guess my point is, if my people could make it here, others can too. What I don t understand is the immigrants from Mexico who make their living selling drugs into the US. I know it is only a small percentage of them, but what benefit are those immigrants to our society? You can argue that if there was no demand for the drugs they couldn t sell them here. But just as immigration will always be an issue, so will the battle with drugs. I don t mind immigrants who come here to make a better life for them and their families, but I can t abide those who come here to make a living illegally and kill to do so.
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