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AIER’s Bastiat Society program in Nashville will host an event with Dr. Ming Wang, world-renowned laser eye surgeon, philanthropist and co-founder of Common Ground Network.

In this presentation, Dr. Wang will discuss what the two superpowers of the 21st century, U.S. and China, have in common, in history, culture, sport, people, custom, food, economy, religion and other areas. He will analyze the mutually beneficial trade opportunities, including for Tennessee. Dr. Wang firmly believes that while ideological differences do exist between the world’s #1 and #2 powers, it is in the seeking common ground that we do share, particularly in trade and economic exchange, that will help improve living standard and quality of lives of people of these two great nations. The film “Sight” is based on Dr. Wang’s autobiography as an immigrant “From Darkness to Sight”, co-starring Greg Kinnear.

The Bastiat Society of Nashville’s speaker series is co-sponsored by The Beacon Center of Tennessee & The Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) (affiliated with Middle Tennessee State University). This co-sponsorship does not necessarily constitute an endorsement of the speakers’ positions on the issues discussed.

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Schedule:

6:00 - 6:30 PM: Networking

6:30 - 7:15 PM: Presentation

7:15 - 7:30 PM: Q&A

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More about the speaker:

Dr. Ming Wang, Harvard & MIT (MD, magna cum laude); PhD (laser physics), is a world-renowned laser eye surgeon, philanthropist, and a co-founder of the Common Ground Network.

As a teenager, Ming fought valiantly to escape China’s Cultural Revolution – during which millions of innocent youth were deported to remote areas to face a life sentence of hard labor and poverty. He came to America with only $50 and earned two doctorate degrees, one in laser physics and one in medicine, and graduated with the highest honors from Harvard Medical School and MIT.

Wang Foundation for Sight Restoration has helped patients from over 40 states in the U.S. and 55 countries, with all sight restoration surgeries performed free-of-charge. Dr. Wang was named the Kiwanis Nashvillian of the Year for his lifelong dedication to help blind orphaned children from around the world.

The film “Sight” is based on Dr. Wang’s autobiography “From Darkness to Sight” and co-stars Greg Kinnear.

Cosmopolitan Initiative Lecture Series: "Seeking Common Ground in U.S. China Trade"

Jan. 25, 2022 at 6 p.m.
Location TBD

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About the Lecture: In this presentation, Dr. Ming Wang, M.D., Ph.D., will discuss what the two superpowers of the 21st century, U.S. and China, have in common, in history, culture, sport, people, custom, food, economy, religion and other areas. He will analyze the mutually beneficial trade opportunities, including for Tennessee. Dr. Wang firmly believes that while ideological differences do exist between the world’s #1 and #2 powers, it is in the seeking common ground that we do share, particularly in trade and economic exchange, that will help improve living standard and quality of lives of people of these two great nations. The film “Sight” is based on Dr. Wang’s autobiography as an immigrant “From Darkness to Sight”, co-starring Greg Kinnear.

About the Speaker: Dr. Wang is a world-renowned laser eye surgeon, philanthropist, founder of the Wang Vision Institute, and a co-founder of the non-profit Common Ground Network. As a teenager, Ming fought valiantly to escape China’s Cultural Revolution – during which millions of innocent youth were deported to remote areas to face a life sentence of hard labor and poverty. He came to America with only $50 and earned two doctorate degrees, one in laser physics and one in medicine, and graduated with the highest honors from Harvard Medical School and MIT. Wang Foundation for Sight Restoration has helped patients from over 40 states in the U.S. and 55 countries, with all sight restoration surgeries performed free-of-charge.

About this Series: To promote a civil dialogue on the economic, philosophical, and political benefits of an interconnected, tolerant, and cosmopolitan world, this series explores the role of global trade, immigration, and de-escalation in establishing a more peaceful and prosperous future for all of humanity. The lead sponsor for this lecture series is Dr. Ming Wang. Upcoming guest lectures will be moderated by Dr. Wang and faculties of the MTSU Political Economy Research Institute.

TIMBG FORUM "HOW TO INFLUENCE & LEAD"

CO-HOST/MODERATOR: ALANA GRIMAUD

CO-HOST: KAYLA SANDERS

Panelist Speakers:

  • US Congressman John Rose (TN-6)
  • David Ingram, Chairman, Ingram Entertainment Inc.
  • Maj. Gen. William Hickman, US Army Retired, and SeniorAdvisor of Compass Executives Group
  • Dr. David Black, Founder, Aegis Sciences Corporation
  • Eva Angelina Romero, Owner & CEO of Evaco Properties; CEO of Mobile Oral Surgeons
  • David Plazas, (The Tennessean), Master of Ceremonies
  • Senate Majority Leader Jack Johnson
  • TN Senator Mark Pody
  • Father Ed Steiner, Priest at St. Philip Catholic Church
  • Jeff Falvo, Senior Digital Marketing Consultant at RevLocal

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Thurs. 7/15/21
Networking: 5:00 pm; Forum: 6:00 pm

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Nashville, 201 Crossings Pl., Antioch, TN 37013

TIMBG Board: Nelson Boren, Yousef Husseini, Pratik Chauhan, Kip Dodson, Mike Fair, Alana Grimaud, Zheng Huang, John Mickner (COO), Austin Niravong, Tony Roberts, Brian Shun, Kayla Sanders, JanaTruman, Dr. Ming Wang (President and co-founder)

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2021 Spring Quarterly Forum

5/20/21 Thurs 6pm-8pm (in-person)
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“Going around the room” self introduction

Presentation/discussion: Reframing Your Collaboration Game

How are you listening to the voices of those around you and what they are saying?
Hosted by Curiosity Continuum founders Brian Shun and Josh LaGrew
Special Guest Appearance by John Dunavan, CEO Peer-Tree

Joined by the Panel: Smart people you may or may not have heard of yet, but will not forget them once you meet them. Attendance rewards the curious!

TIMBG board:
Nelson Boren, Pratik Chauhan, Kip Dodson, Mike Fair, Alana Grimaud, Zheng Huang, Yousef
Husseini, John Mickner (COO), Austin Niravong, Tony Roberts, Kayla Sanders, Brian Shun,
Jana Truman, Ming Wang (president and co-founder)

Partner chambers:

Tennessee American-Chinese Chamber of Commerce ( www.tac3.org )
Tennessee Chinese Chamber of Commerce ( www.tccc.us )

6/18/07: TCCC established;

6/26/07: CityPaper published an article on the establishment of TCCC;

7/07: Nashville Business Journal published an article on the establishment of TCCC;

7/07: Tennessee Chinese Times published an article on the founding of TCCC;

7/07: Tennessee Chinese News published an article on the founding of TCCC;

7/20/07: Nashville Business Journal published an article on Prof Xingkui Guo, his TCT newspaper, and cited Dr. Wang and TCCC;

7/22/07: Tennessean published an article on Chinese business and Dr. Wang and TCCC;

8/07: John Ma on air for Channel 50 “Open Line”, for TCCC;

8/8/07: Nashville Post published an article on about Bredesen’s visit to China and Dr. Wang and TCCC;

9/15/07:  Drs. Wang, Wu and John Ma, met Governor Bredesen, about TCCC and his upcoming Chinatrip;

9/07: Tennessean published an article on Nashville and Atlanta airport and direct flight to China, Dr. Wang and TCCC;

10/07: Dr. Wang on air, for Channel 50 “Open Line”, for TCCC;

10/07: Tennessean published an article on Governor Bredesen’s visit to China and TCCC and Dr. Wang;

10/20/07: Dr. Wang had a meeting with the governor and his trade group, and Li Weaver, at Shanghai, and a tour, on behalf of TCCC;

11/07: Dr. Wang lectured about TCCC, at Beaver Elementary School;

11/07: Dr. Wang/Ji co-hosted Guangzhou Educational Delegation, for TCCC;

11/19/07: TCCC grand opening, 160+ guests attended;

12/08: Tennessean published article on TCCC educational forum;

12/18/07: TCCC first educational forum, 20+ guests attended;

12/08: Tennessee Chinese Times published an article on TCCC Grand Opening;

12/08: Tennessee Chinese News published an article on TCCC Grand Opening;

1/8/08: Dr. Wang presented a talk on TCCC, to Propeller Club;

2/20/08: Drs. Wu and Wang lectured at “Windows onto the world lecture series” at TSU;

2/26/08: TCCC 2nd educational forum and 1st semi-annual membership meeting;

3/5/08:  TN Diversity Forum – Women in workplace: Dr. Wang appeared as panelist, “Women in workplace inChina”;

3/25/08: Austin Peay University “China Forum”: Dr. Wang’s presentation: “China, culture, history and opportunities”;

3/28/08: Nashville Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) meeting: Dr. Wang presented aChina talk;

4/10/08: TSU Multi-culture Day: Dr. Wang, presentation on China and TCCC;

4/15/08: Vanderbilt Owen School of Business: Dr. Wang, “Private Healthcare in China: issues , challenges and future prospect”;

4/24/08: Dr. Qiang Wu and Dr. Ming Wang presented China/TCCC talks, at Suntrust Bank’s “Asian Business Day” conference;

4/28/08: 3rd TCCC Educational Forum;

5/6/08: Wang presented a China lecture at Waller Lansden Law Firm and the “First Tuesday” group;

5/08: John Ma launched TCCC’s “Business Chinese 101”, with Wei Ralph;

5/08: Tennessean published diversity-devoted issue including mentioning of Dr. Wang and TCCC;

5/12/08: Dr. Wang launched TCCC fund-drive, for the Sichuan earthquake victims;

5/13/08: Gallatin High School, Dr. Wang, China presentation, and TCCC;

5/14/08: CABLE (A celebration of diversity/the power of inclusion) Annual Conference, Dr. Wang, panelist and invited guest;

5/08: Tennessee Chinese News published an article on Dr. Wang’s Vanderbilt University presentation: “TCCC, China and China’s growing private healthcare industry”;

6/10/08: Middle Tennessee Alliance of Professionals, Dr. Wang’s presentation about TCCC;

6/10/08: Middle TN Diversity Forum: Dr. Wang gave a talk: “Tennessee Chinese Chamber of Commerce”;

6/24/08: Averitt Express: Dr. Wang gave a presentation on cultural diversity, TCCC and doing business withChina.

7/8/08:  4th TCCC Educational Forum;

7/30/08: Tennessean published article about the research study that shows TN-China trade resulted in loss of jobs for Tennesseans, the article included Dr. Wang’s comment.

7/15/08: Dr. Wang presented a talk at West End Church, on China, healthcare and TCCC;

7/17/08: Dr. Wang was interviewed by the radio show “Beyond Reason”, about TCCC, China and Chinese philosophy;

7/18/08: Dr. Wang presented a talk at CEO on China, TCCC;

7/21/08: Dr. Wang presented a talk on China, to Phil Law Firm;

7/22/08: Dr. Wang presented a talk on “Should I change my US dollars into RMB”, to Toast Masters meeting;

7/25/08: Dr. Wang presented a talk on Greenhill Rotary Breakfast, on China and TCCC;

7/29/08: Dr. Wang presented a talk on China, TCCC and “China’s emerging new industry – private healthcare”, at Toast Masters meeting;

8/2/08: Dr. Wang spoke about China, charity, TCCC, at Take 21;

8/5/08: Dr. Wang spoke about China, TCCC, healthcare, at WVI;

8/8/08: Dr. Wang published an article, in Tennessean, about Beijing Olympics and its positive impact, on US-China relationship and trade, and TCCC;

8/8/08: Dr. Wang presented a talk on TCCC and China, at Averitte’s “China Day”;

8/8/-8/24/08: Dr. Wang and NBC/WSMV hosted a cultural program “About China” (Forbidden City, Great Wall, Terracotta Warriors, Confucius, 4 great inventions of China and Qin Shi Huang), video footage provided by Prof Xingkui Guo;

8/11/08: Dr. Wang presented a talk on China and TCCC and healthcare, at Keller Williams;

8/12/08: Dr. Wang presented a talk on China and TCCC, at Cool springs Chamber of Commerce Breakfast with Sue White;

8/15/08: Nashville Business Journal published an article on Dr. Wang and China’s healthcare;

8/16/08: Dr. Wang spoke about China and health, entertainment industry, and TCCC, at Bethel Would Outreach Center;

8/19/08: Dr. Wang presented a video presentation on healthcare, China, TCCC, at East Academy;

8/26/08: Dr. Wang presented a talk on China and TCCC, Brentwood Exchange Club, Town Hall Center,Brentwood;

8/28/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on healthcare, China, at Murfreesboro Rotary Breakfast;

9/5/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on China and TCCC, at Green Hills Rotary Club;

9/9/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on pearls and perils of doing business with China, East Academy;

9/9/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on TCCC and China, at Propeller Club;

9/11/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on TCCC, Murfreesboro Noon Exchange Club;

9/23/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on China and TCCC, at MTSU student association;

9/24/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on China, TCCC and Cultural Revolution, at MBA student campus meeting;

9/29/08  Dr. Wang, Lipscomb University, China and TCCC;

9/30/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on TCCC and China, at Murfreesboro Rotary Club;

9/30/08: 5th TCCC forum/board meeting;

10/1/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on TCCC and China, at Waller Lansden Law Firm;

10/8/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on TCCC and China, at Franklin Rotary Club;

10/11/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on TCCC and China, at Coach House;

10/13/08: Dr. Wang speaks at the keynote speaker, on TCCC and China, at Lipscomb University’s China Forum;

10/20/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk about TCCC and China, at 8am;

10/20/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on China and TCCC, at Society for Marketing Professionals, AdventureScience Museum;

10/21/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on TCCC and China, at Cookeville Rotary Club – Breakfast Meeting;

10/28/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk at MTSU with Professor William Leggett;

10/31/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on TCCC and China-Africa trade, at Pan African chamber of commerce conference, at Preston Hotel;

11/3/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on TCCC and China, to downtown Nashville Rotary Club;

11/5/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on China and TCCC, at Austin Peay State University;

11/12/08 Dr. Wang, MTSU, modern history of China in 20th century, TCCC, and TN with China;

11/13/08: Dr. Wang, BNA Corp Headquarters, TCCC and TN-China trade;

11/13/08: Kerry Tang and Dr. Wang, on behalf of TCCC, met with Chairman Long, of China Art Commission;

11/14/08: Dr. Wang, interview with Mainstream Media, China, US economy and TCCC;

11/15/08 Dr. Wang, Nashville State Community College, US economy downturn, trade with China and TCCC;

11/17/08 Dr. Wang, interview with Lipscomb University students: future of China-TN trade and TCCC;

11/17/08 6th TCCC forum;

11/19/08: Dr. Wang, Franklin Breakfast Rotary Club: US economy downturn, trade with China, and TCCC;

11/20/08: Dr. Wang presents a talk on China and TCCC, at Spring Hills Chamber of Commerce;

11/22/08: Dr. Wang, Asian Festival, presentation, of China, TN-China trade, and TCCC;

11/24/08: Dr. Wang, meeting with president of Vol State Community College president Dr. Nichols and vice president Dr. Scism, about TCCC, China and education;

12/1/08: Dr. Wang, Lifeway breakfast, US-China trade and TCCC;

12/1/08: Dr. Wang, Belmont University, presentation, China and TCCC;

12/4/08: Dr. Wang, Springhill, TN and China, eyecare, and TCCC;

12/5/08: Dr. Wang, Wast Haven Baptist Church, China;

12/9/08: Dr. Wang, presentation, at community/Scaritte Bennet Ctr;

12/10/08: Dr. Wang participated in Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce meeting “China Business Group, China Business Strategies”;

12/11/08: Dr. Wang, Mature Lifestyle Trade Show seminar, China, TCCC and US economy;

12/17/08: Dr. Wang, Hendersonville Rotary Breakfast, US economic downturn, TCCC and trade with China;

1/6/09: Dr. Wang, Hartsville County Chamber of Commerce, TCCC, China-TN trade;

1/7/08: Dr. Wang presentation, China-TN trade, TCCC, Vona;

1/10/08: Dr. Wang: presentation to Dr. Porter and Mr. Sitton and firm about TCCC;

1/13/09: Dr. Wang, presentation of China, work ethics, and TCCC, to South Police Precinct;

1/13/09: Dr. Wang, 1st United Methodist Church, China-US trade, TCCC;

1/13/09: 7th TCCC forum;

1/22/09: Dr. Wang, TCCC talk, Smyrna Rotary Club;

1/25/09: Dr. Wang, talk about China and TCCC, Holiday Inn, Brentwood;

1/29/09: Dr. Wang, USN presentation about China and TCCC “Pearls and perils of doing business withChina”;

1/30/09: Dr. Wang CEO talk: China, Christianity, TCCC;

1/30/09: Dr. Wang presents a talk on China and TCCC, at Brentwood Rotary Club;

2/3/09: Dr. Wang, presentation about TCCC and China, Hendersonville Chamber of Commerce, Bluegrass Country Club, China;

2/4/09: Dr. Wang, presentation at Cumberland University;

2/9/09: Dr. Wang, presentation about China and TCCC at Cumberland;

2/10/09: Dr. Wang presentation about China and TCCC, to students at Thurgood High School;

2/12/09: Dr. Wang, Columbia Rotary Club, China, trade with TN and TCCC;

2/2509: Dr. Wang, TN Biomimetric Association, China;

2/26/09: Dr. Wang presented at Smyrna Rotary Club, about China, US and TCCC;

2/27/09: Dr. Wang, presentation about China and TCCC, at Lakeside Rotary Club (Kyle Dunn)

3/2/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk about China to students at Antioch High School.

3/3/09: Dr. Wang presents a talk on China and TCCC, at Grand-Timers;

3/5/09: Dr. Wang presentation of China and TCC to ESL teachers annual conference;

3/10/09: Dr. Wang presented at H&W meeting, about China and TCCC;

3/16/09: Dr. Wang presented about China, and Chinese philosophy “Leaders in our community” Forum;

3/18/09: Dr. Wang was the featured main invited speaker, at NPR national webinar;

3/18/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk on China and TCCC, at Murfreesboro Christian Life Church;

3/26/09: Dr. Wang presented about China and Cultural Revolution, in WVI VIP meeting;

3/31/09: Eric Jackson’s article on the Tennessean about domain name offer from China, and cited TCCC.

4/15/09: Dr. Wang presentation of China and TCCC, at Association of Marketing Professionals;

4/20/09: 8th TCCC forum: on business investment and healthcare in US and China;

4/24/09: Dr. Wang spoke at Henderson Academy on China and TCCC;

4/26/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk at WVI;

4/28/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk on history of Christianity in China at WVI;

5/3/09:   Dr. Wang presented a talk at Wesley Forum on China, TCCC and history of Christianity in China;

5/4/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk on China, TCCC and vision at Lions Club, Vanderbilt University Club;

5/31/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk on China at Bethel World Outreach Center;

6/10/09: Dr. Wang was interviewed at NPR;

6/16/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk at Clarksville and spoke about China and TCCC;

6/25/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk at Murfreesboro and spoke about China and TCCC;

6/30/09: 9th TCCC forum: on investment and a round-table about learning about China.

7/3/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk about TCCC and China, at L. Brooks;

7/7/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk about China, at 2nd foundation meeting;

7/9/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk about TCCC and China, at VIP dinner;

7/13/09: Dr. Wang presented talk about TCCC and China at Nashville OD dinner;

7/21/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk on China at L. Rotary Club;

7/28/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk about TCCC and China, at Coolspring OD dinner;

7/31/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk at ADDI Annual Conference on TCCC and China and vision;

8/10/09: TCCC board members (Dr. Qiang Wu and Dr. Ming Wang) attended Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce’s reception for Guangdong and Zhejing Trade delegation;

8/11/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk on TCCC and China at Columbia OD dinner;

8/12/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk on China at MTAR prayer breakfast;

8/14/09: TCCC president Ming Wang was selected to be official delegates for Governor Phil Bredesen’s TN state trade mission group to China in Oct 09;

8/17/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk about China at Murfreesboro Calvary Baptist Church;

8/19/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk about China and TCCC at Vanderbilt U;

8/20/09: 10th TCCC forum: on international investment and discussion forum and Tianjin group investment presentation;

9/1/09:   Dr. Wang gave a presentation on China and TCCC etc;

9/22/09: Lipscomb University, Dr. Wang presented a talk on China, cultural revolution and vision etc;

9/24/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk about China etc at Murfreesboro;

9/28/09: Dr. Wang presented a talk at Opryland Hotel;

10/8/09: Dr. Wang gave a presentation on China, cultural revolution etc;

10/15/09: 11th TCCC forum: on healthcare, entertainment industry and on doing business with China.

10/17 – 11/1/09: TCCC president Dr. Wang goes to China as a member of the Governor Phil Bredesen’s TN state Trade Mission Group;

11/3/09:  Dr. Wang gave a presentation on China, cultural revolution etc;

11/11/09: Dr. Wang presents a talk at Asian American Student Association at Vanderbilt;

11/13/09: TCCC board member Galen Hull organizes a China trip report luncheon at TSU by members of the Governor Bredesen’s Trade Mission Group.

11/19/09: Dr. Wang gave a presentation about US and China at Springhill Chamber of Commerce;

12/1/09:  Dr. Wang gave a presentation on China, cultural revolution etc at WVI;

12/4/09:  Dr. Wang gave a presentation at Lebanon;

12/17/09: 12th TCCC forum: on TN business with China and new opportunities in export, import and investment in US and in China.

1/26/10: Dr. Wang gave a presentation “China, the sleeping giant has awoken”, at Belmont School of Business.

2/2/10: Dr. Wang gave a presentation on China and TCCC at WVI;

2/11/10: 13th TCCC forum: on international business and Chinese history, culture and people.

2/16/10: Dr. Wang, presentation at Hillwood Country Club on pearls and perils of doing business with China.

3/2/10: Dr. Wang, presentation on China at WVI;

3/4/10: Dr. Wang, presentation, at Stony River Club on China and TCCC;

3/18/10: Dr. Wang, presentation at First Presbyterian Church luncheon, on US-China trade etc;

4/29/10: 14th TCCC forum: on Healthcare product, Xocai chocolate and China

6/8/10: 15th TCCC forum: Healthcare in China and CHC

8/26/10: 16th TCCC forum: US, Japan's Experiences in the American Market: From Friction to Cooperation

10/28/10: 17th TCCC forum: Import from and export to China: from A to Z

12/16/10,  18th TCCC forum: International healthcare: opportunities and pearls

2/3/2011: The 19th educational forum of TCCC: Tennessee and China economic collaboration: past, present and future.

4/14/2011: The 20th educational forum of TCCC: featuring four TCCC members' business and a round-table discussion of business opportunities in China.

04/24/2015: The Future of Film in China, A Panel Presentation

 05/19/2015: TIMBG Mayoral Candidate Debate

05/20/2015: “Grand Re-Opening” of the Tennessee American Chinese Chamber of Commerce (TACCC)

06/21/2015: Duanwu Festival family picnic

08/18/2015: TACCC August Meeting

11/19/2015: Tennessee American-Chinese Chamber of Commerce Educational Forum “Be Original, Counter- Trend, and be willing to travel on a road less traveled- Marketing 101”

03/08/2016: Tennessee Immigrant and Minority Business Group 20th Forum

07/21/2016: TACCC seminar: Pearls and perils of doing business with China

02/16/2017: TACCC 2nd Annual Chinese New Year Banquet and Celebration

02/21/2017: press conference at the State House about immigrants

04/14/2017: Pearls of doing business with China in the healthcare field

09/26/2017: Tennessee Immigrant and Minority Business Group 30th Forum

12/07/2017: TIMBG 31st networking meeting and community forum

03/15/2018:  TIMBG 32st networking meeting and community forum