Register now to hear from 10 fantastic U.S.-China experts, including Susan Shirk, Kaiser Kuo, Clay Dube and more. Teachers Workshop is a key part of our initiative to include modern China content in middle school and high school curriculums across the U.S. This year, we will welcome over 70 teachers from 48 California schools and from 6 other states. Every year, we make a few seats available to guests to join and meet our teachers & speakers. Tickets: http://tw2017.eventbrite.com. Program & schedule: http://bit.ly/2uMPDYm
LAST CALL FOR TICKETS! Join us on Sunday March 5th for our Gala + Symposium. Hear from fantastic speakers on U.S.-China relations, China’s innovation in education and technology, and the state of consumer marketing and digital media — perspectives from top executives overseeing entities like Vogue China, Ogilvy & Mather, and Alibaba’s entertainment and globalization arms. Don’t miss out meeting star chefs Belinda Leong, Kathy Fang, and special guests!
A $1000 Grand Prize and 4 other prizes were awarded for the 2016 Modern China Lesson Plan Contest on November 23, 2016. Find out more about our CHINA NOW | For Teachers programs at http://teachers.1990institute.org/.
Calling all U.S. and China students and video makers age 13-25! Submit your China travel idea or video by January 31 and be eligible to win $30,000 in prizes!
JEWS, CHINA & HOLLYWOOD – Sunday Oct 23 – Our Youth Voices kickofff features a screening of “A Children’s Song,” a heartwarming film short based on the Jewish emigration to Shanghai. A panel and reception follows with acclaimed filmmaker Sid Ganis (Transformers 4) and others Janet Yang moderates.
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