10 China Travel Tips You Should Know

Date: 4/7/2021

Time: 12:30 pm EST (11:30 CST)

Presenter: Yi Zhou

University of Toledo

Chinese people are why China is a country worth visiting. Are you worried that cultural differences might make it hard for you to visit?  No problem! We've provided ten helpful tips you to make sure you fit in, make friends, and get to know the people!

  

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Men and Women in China

Date: 2/10/2021

Time: 12:30 pm EST (11:30 CST)

Presenter: John Brender

Wayne State University

 

In this presentation, the author will discuss perceptions of Chinese men and women through the eyes of Millennial Expats who have lived in China for an average of 4-6 years.

 

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Millennial Expats in China - K-12 and University Edu.

Date: 3/3/2021

Time: 12:30 pm EST (11:30 CST)

Presenter: John Brender

Wayne State University

 

In this presentation, the author will discuss Chinese K-12 and university education in China through the eyes of expat Millennials who have been directly involved in Chinese education as university students and as teachers at various levels.

 

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Chinese K-12 education

Date: 3/23/2021

Time: 12:00 pm EST (11:00 CST)

Presenter: John Brender

Wayne State University

 

In this presentation, the author will discuss Chinese K-12 and university education in China through the eyes of expat Millennials who have been directly involved in Chinese education as university students and as teachers at various levels.

 

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Chinese Meet Americans

Date: 3/10/2021

Time: 12:30 pm EST (11:30 CST)

Presenter: Yi Zhou

University of Toledo

 

Through some comic pictures, you will understand why the thinking, words and deeds of Chinese people are so different from Americans. This is actually caused by the differences in Chinese and Western cultures and values.

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Educational Opportunities for Children with Autism in China

Date: 4/1/2021

Time: 12:30 pm EST (11:30 CST)

Presenter: Helen McCabe

Daemen College

 

In this session, the speaker will discuss collaborative efforts to expand opportunities for children with autism in China based on her experience volunteering, working, training and researching in this field.

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