TN-China Network Blog


TNCN Trains Lipscomb Academy Foreign Students on Intercultural Communication with Teachers, Tutoring, and More

  On March 1, 2018, TNCN Executive Director Elizabeth Rowland held an interactive training with foreign students at Lipscomb Academy in Nashville. During the training, the students discussed what tutoring was like in their home countries (China, South Korea, Vietnam, and Bangladesh) and how it differed from tutoring in the US. The group also discussed […]

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Tai Initiative Mayors’ Delegation to China, May 12-20, 2018

  Interested in meeting Chinese city-level authorities and business leaders and discovering opportunities to develop collaborative work on new electrical vehicle charging infrastructure? On May 12-20, 2018, the Tai Initiative, a non-profit organization that builds sub-national connections between the US and China, will be hosting a US delegation to Shenzhen, Hangzhou and Shanghai. This delegation is […]

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TN-China Network 2017 Year in Review

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Thank You to the TN-China Network Board of Directors and Interns!

  On this first day of the Year of the Dog, TN-China Network would like to thank our wonderful Board of Directors for their dedication and commitment to helping grow TN-China trade and investment. With their varied backgrounds and deep, broad China expertise, TN-China Network is truly honored to enjoy their support and participation. THANK […]

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TNCN and Belmont University Hosted Nearly 40 at China Supply Chain Management Seminar January 25

  On January 25, 2018, TN-China Network and Belmont University hosted a China Supply Chain Management Seminar in Nashville. Nearly 40 people attended to learn from the excellent panel of speakers that shared a variety of perspectives on China supply chain management. The speakers/moderator included: Belmont University Jack C. Massey College of Business Dennis Chen, […]

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TNCN Memphis Working Group Members Attend International Business Mixer

  On Sunday, January 28, 2018, TN-China Network Memphis Working Group members Sandy Duan Newton and Dodd Newton attended the One Step Initiative International Business Mixer and set up a booth to introduce attendees to TN-China Network. Thank you Dodd and Sandy! If you have interest in networking and helping get the word out about […]

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Over 20 Chinese New Year Events Taking Place Across Tennessee

    This is our most extensive Chinese New Year listing yet! See below for 21 Chinese New Year events in seven cities across all three regions of the state. If we left a Chinese New Year event out, please let us know by emailing erowland@tnchinanetwork.org. Also make sure to check out the Murfreesboro Festival […]

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CHINA Town Hall Events Held in Knoxville & Nashville in October 2017

On Tuesday, October 24, 2017, TN-China Network (TNCN) joined 80+ communities across the United States in a national conversation on China, featuring an interactive webcast with Ambassador Susan Rice, moderated by Stephen A. Orlins, President of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations (NCUSCR), and on-site discussions in both Nashville and Knoxville, Tennessee. Approximately 100 people […]

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TN-China Network’s First Event in Memphis a Success

  Over 30 people attended the first TN-China Network event held in Memphis, Wednesday, December 13th at Wang’s Mandarin House. The Greater Memphis Chamber co-sponsored the happy hour event, which featured special guest and sponsor from China, West Airport Group Air Logistics Co., Ltd. Those in attendance were from various industries, including manufacturing, finance and […]

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Registration for Non-Credit Chinese Classes for Spring 2018 Now Open

  Language schools across the state have opened registration for Spring 2018 non-credit Mandarin Chinese language and culture courses. The classes offered are listed below:   Middle Tennessee   Nashville   Beginner and Intermediate Level Adult Classes Time: Saturday, Jan. 13 – Saturday, May 5, 2018, 9:30am to 11:20am CT Location: Nashville Chinese School (NCS), H.G. Hill Middle […]

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