U.S. China People's Friendship Association Seminar, Washington, D. C. April 26-27

      I'm looking forward to speaking at the U. S. China People's Friendship National Seminar this week in Washington, D. C.  I get to speak early on the first day, so I can then enjoy lunch and the rest of the activities on the 2 day event. The organization has nicely arranged some wonderful touristy and cultural events for the participants.
    The theme of my talk will be "How U.S. China Relations Affect the Lives of Chinese in America" and I'll use my 4 books as illustrative evidence.

Day 1  Schedule

9:00 Official Representative:  The Embassy of the People’s Republic of China
9:30 Zhou Wenzhong:  Vice President of China-U.S. People’s Friendship Association, Beijing
10:00 Marcia Brown:  Community Global Initiative and Students—Angel Gaston and Taylor Middleton                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
10:30 John Jung, Ph.D., Author/Lecturer from California
11:30   Lunch in Lounge Area near Lobby
1:00 Board bus for VIP Tour at Freer Gallery
1:30  VIP Tour of Highlights of Chinese Art in Freer Gallery and view Sackler Gallery on your own
3:30 Visit Martin Luther King monument with report by Mary Warpeha
4:15 Return to Washington Plaza Hotel to get ready for Embassy Reception (Dress in business attire)
5:00 Board bus for Chinese Embassy
5:30 Arrive at Embassy (must be prompt)
6:00 Reception at The Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in the U.S.A.
3505 International Place, N.W., Washington,  D.C.
7:30 Board bus for Illumination Tour of the city and monuments

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