From: Prof. Sxxxxx Chan < scchanhu828 >

Subject: Are you still on campus?


Are you still on campus?

Please, I need your assistance now.

Await your response.


Professor CHAN, Cxxx Sxxxxx
Academic Vice President
Professor, Sociology Department
Associate Director, Contemporary China Research Center
Hong Kong Shue Yan University
10 Wai Tsui Crescent,
Braemar Hill, North Point,
Hong Kong

From: Danny WONG Shek-nam < motunrayohelen98 >

Subject: Urgent Request

Hello, Hope i meet you well
Please , I would love to need some of your time, I want you to help me run some quick errands so reply to me back immediately with an active email I can reach you on. Thanks.

Chairman Professor
Danny WONG Shek-nam

From: Henry H.L. Hu < queenamoke19 >

Subject: Urgent Request

Hello can i have a quick moment with you kindly drop an email with immediate response once you are available. Thanks.

Best Regards,
Dr. Henry H.L. Hu

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of us, and I want to share it with you. Please reply with your full name to
more details.

I am a citizen of Lebanon and serve as Director of Mena Group and CEO of Citi Bank UAE.

Mrs. Antonio

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