Chang aims to compensate for a lethargic economy by being especially proactive. Late last month, he set up a booth at an overseas study fair at the World Trade Center where he chatted with young students, looking out of place in a sea of school representatives.
“We are only here to introduce ourselves. I know they are just about to leave, but it is best to plan early,” Chang said.
“Our hope is that once these kids are done with their schoolwork out there, maybe they can think of us.”