Reply of an Invitation

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Dear Mr Kenneth Lam,
Thank you for the invitation to the Chinese National Day. It will be a wonderful opportunity to meet you all. I am very much happy that sharing the happiness and being a speaker at an upcoming dinner at Government House. Globally speaking, China is known as one of the world’s fastest growing economies. Due to the fact that the potential of China has been currently realized, trading with China becomes a major trend in the world. Especially in terms of the I.T. industry because of the large amount of population and rapid development of internet lead China to become the most powerful country in the world. Therefore, I am going to share the knowledge and views of dealing with China I.T., in accordance to my experiences. Also, a funny but short video, which is created by the team of resource and development from our organization, would be kindly played for briefly introducing the relationship between China and I.T. and emphasizing the celebration of the Chinese National Day. Additionally, I would like to get more information in order to enrich the content and enhance the interest of the speech. First, it would be graceful to know more about the category of audience as well as special guests if any. A successful speech is critically depending on the responses of audience. I would like to give you all a meaningful speech. Moreover, the duration of the speech is an essential part of a speech. Though I understand the programs on that day would be tight. Thus, my time management should be fine tune. I am looking forward to a joyous and meaningful celebration for the Chinese National Day.

Please advise if there is an invitation card.
Yours Sincerely,

Natalie Yip
Information Technology Department Manger
China I.T.
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