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CHINESE DELEGATION VISITS GTE SMARTPARK/KILROY AIRPORT CENTER/LONG BEACH, NOV. 12

 THOUSAND OAKS, Calif., Nov. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- GTE California and the International Visitors Council of Los Angeles (IVCLA) will host three delegates from the People's Republic of China at the Kilroy Airport Center/Long Beach. The visit will begin Friday, Nov. 12, at 10 a.m.
 The Chinese delegation is making the visit to learn about scientific and industrial development in the United States. The delegation includes Li Fang, chief editor, "Science and Technology"; Mrs. Zhao Ping, deputy director of the


International "Department of the Science and Technology Daily"; and Huan Jianxin, director of "Science and Technology Daily" Zhejiang Branch Office.
 The Kilroy Airport Center/Long Beach covers more than 50 acres that have been master-planned to provide an optimum working environment for businesses. To meet the advanced telecommunications systems requirements, GTE Telephone Operations, in cooperation with Kilroy Industries Inc., built a GTE SmartPark that provides state-of-the-art telecommunications throughout the business park. The telecommunications infrastructure is designed to accommodate virtually unlimited growth and expansion. Installation of fiber-optic ring technology and diverse routing provide "superhighway" capabilities for customers of the business park. The Kilroy Center is located at 3780 Kilroy Airport Way, Suite 120, in Long Beach.
 "GTE appreciates having the opportunity to share some of our telecommunications solutions with our Chinese guests," said Kent Kincey, state manager -- GTE Telephone Operations Development Applications. "The SmartPark concept involves a synergy of transportation, the environment and telecommunications. The result of this union is increased productivity.
 "The GTE SmartPark environment has implications that are applicable in any region looking to enhance its business environment," Kincey said. "In fact, I believe the People's Republic of China could benefit from having business parks such as the Kilroy Airport Center."
 The International Visitors Council of Los Angeles is the city's official receiving agency for sponsored international visitors and foreign dignitaries. The IVCLA was formed in 1981 and provides hospitality and professional exchange opportunities for thousands of international visitors and dignitaries yearly.
 The IVCLA also provides educational opportunities through cross- cultural programs, cultivates lasting relationships among visitors and promotes the economic and cultural significance of the Los Angeles area.
 GTE California provides a wide range of telecommunications services to 3.1 million customers in 330 communities.
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 /CONTACT: Mike Murray of GTE California, (24 Hour Newsline) 800-227-5556/


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