Sunny Bai

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Sunny Bai is a Chinese-born Canadian businessman. He is the president and vice-president of Canadian Overseas Holdings Inc., a holding and investment company. He is also well known for bringing the Blenz Coffee chain to Mainland China.[1][2]

Canadian Overseas Holdings Inc. and Blenz

Canadian Overseas Holdings Inc. has extensive holdings that are reach far and diverse. The company has substantial an immigration firm (a provider of immigration services, mainly for mainland Chinese clients.), the Canada Swan International Travel company (a travel agency with great deals for tourists wishing to travel to Mainland China), Pattison College Inc. (a for-profit higher education institution that offers post-secondary programs for people wishing to improve their relations as well as providing a doorway for Canada's MBA and commerce programs), and the weekly China Journal newspaper that targets Canada's Chinese Canadian community. It also controls the master franchise of Blenz Coffee in Mainland China.[3][4]

Bai bought the rights of the Blenz Coffee franchise chain and catered the idea to Mainland China and opened its first store in 2003 with plans to oust rival chain Starbucks.[5][6]