TN-China Network Blog


Break the Donation Matching Thermometer – Donate Today!

    This Spring, TN-China Network (TNCN) members, Dick and Kate Crawford, committed to matching donations to TNCN up to $10,000. After raising $9,421, we are so close to that goal! This is your last chance to help TNCN meet our matching donation goal while doubling the impact of your donation!  

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TNCN Members Discuss China During Members-Only Dinner April 4

  On April 4, 2018, TN-China Network held a members-only dinner at Chinatown Restaurant in Nashville. Thank you to TNCN Board Chair Jeremy Goldkorn for buying us all drinks! Good times!   Photo left to right: Chris Powers of BTC Labs, Jeremy Goldkorn of SupChina.com, Mike Vaughn of Hyalynx, Elizabeth Rowland of TNCN, Tom Clouse […]

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Monogram Refrigeration Plans to Expand and Create New Jobs in Selmer, TN

  In case you missed it, in August 14, 2017, Monogram Refrigeration, a subsidiary of GE Appliances and a Haier company, announced they plan to expand their manufacturing facility in Selmer, TN. The company plans to invest $9.3 million into the expansion, which will create 210 new jobs. The company will also introduce a new […]

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Rhodium Publishes Reports on US-China Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Trends

On April 10, 2018, Rhodium Group and the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations published two reports on US-China foreign direct investment trends. The report entitled “Two-Way Street: 2018 Update US-China Direct Investment Trends” reviews the bilateral FDI trends between the US and China, and discusses the anticipated outcomes of these trends, while “New Neighbors 2018 […]

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Two Knoxville Companies Win Preliminary InnoSTARS Pitch Competition in Atlanta

    On May 16, 2018, DigiTrax Entertainment and EDP Biotech of Knoxville, TN, and Xcellent Life of Lexington, TN, attended the Atlanta Preliminary of the InnoSTARS pitch competition. DigiTrax and EDP Biotech were selected to move on to the next phase of the InnoSTARS competition, which will include a China roadshow with opportunities to […]

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TNCN News Highlights from TNCN Social Media

See below for some recent TN-China news articles posted on TNCN social media. To get faster updates, follow TNCN on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.   Tariff Burden Will Fall on American Workers Tennesseean – By Ming Wang – Jan. 31, 2018 – “The Trump administration’s decision to slap a high import tariff on imported solar panels and washing machines is a […]

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Thank You to TNCN Volunteers Helping Spread the Word About TNCN!

Sandy Duan Newton and Dodd Newton tabling for TNCN at the University of Memphis Confucius Institute Spring Festival Celebration Concert February 17, 2018.   Hantao Cui and Chen Xu of University of Tennessee Knoxville tabled for TNCN at the Tennessee Inventors Association Inventors Conference in Maryville March 3. Here Hantao (right) is pictured with Lucy Esch […]

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Indigo Trade Solutions Near Nashville Is Hiring!

New TNCN Annual Corporate Sponsor, Indigo Trade Solutions, is now hiring two positions. They are seeking a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) Manager and a FTZ Specialist. To find out more, visit the Indigo Trade Solutions website.

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TNCN and Lipscomb University Hosted China Business Experts Roundtable April 4

  On April 4, 2018, over 35 business people, academics, and China experts attended the China Business Experts Roundtable in Nashville, hosted by TN-China Network and Lipscomb University College of Business. The panel of below experts traveled from Tennessee, Chicago, Charlotte, and California to answer attendee questions and share their insights: Andy Borchers, Professor of […]

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Promote Your Company by Having a Booth at Knoxville Asian Festival Aug 26, 2018

  The Fifth Annual Knoxville Asian Festival is now searching for sponsors and business participants to purchase booths and sponsorship packages for the day-long festival. The festival will take place Sunday, August 26, 2018, from 11 am to 6 pm at Market Square in downtown Knoxville. Last year’s festival attracted nearly 30,000 people. In addition […]

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