Li Gong

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Gong (宫).
Gong Li
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Born 1963 (age 51–52)
Beijing, China
Alma mater Tsinghua University
Occupation President of Mozilla Corporation, Mozilla Corporation
President of Asia Operations, Mozilla Corporation
CEO, Mozilla China
CEO, Mozilla Taiwan

Gong Li (simplified Chinese: 宫力; traditional Chinese: 宮力; pinyin: Gōng Lì), also known in English as Li Gong, is the President of Mozilla Corporation and the Chairman and CEO of Mozilla Online Ltd in Beijing, the Chinese subsidiary of Mozilla Corporation. Before his appointment to President, he served as Mozilla Corporation's Chief Operating Officer.

Mozilla Online's goal is to promote the aims of Mozilla Foundation and increase the adoption of the Firefox web browser.


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Li has 14 US patents, is the co-author of three books (published by Addison Wesley and O’Reilly) and many technical articles.

In 1994, he received the IEEE Communications Society Leonard G. Abraham Award given for "the most significant contribution to technical literature in the field of interest of the IEEE."[2]

China Internet Weekly and named him as one of the "2003 China New Economy People", and in the same year received the China Open Source Movement Leadership Award by CCID Consulting and the China Software Industry Association.

Until 2007, he was the founding chair of the Beijing chapter of TEEC (Tsinghua Entrepreneur and Executive Club) of Tsinghua University.

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