• TN-China Network Blog


    The Economic Impact of Chinese Trade Tensions for Memphis

    On September 10, 2018, TN-China Network and the Greater Memphis Chamber hosted a China Business Experts Roundtable to discuss the implications of US-China trade tensions. The wide ranging discussion was attended by over 45 participants, and was held at the Memphis Bioworks auditorium. Panelists covered the economic, political, investment, and security implications both leading up to this year’s mid-term […]

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    Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival Events Across Tennessee

    One of China’s most important annual holidays, Mid-Autumn Festival (also known as Moon Festival or 中秋节) this year takes place on Monday, September 24th (the 15th day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar). Across Tennessee in mid- to late-September, Chinese-American communities will be celebrating the festival. Below is a listing of several of […]

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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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    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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    Photos of TN-China Network Celebrating Chinese New Year Across Tennessee

      TN-China Network (TNCN) members, staff, volunteers, and sponsors celebrated Chinese New Year across Tennessee in February. On February 20, TNCN held an invitation-only East Tennessee Chinese New Year Dinner with TNCN members, sponsors, and the Chinese-invested companies in East Tennessee. Over 30 people from 15 companies and organizations attended the event. At the beginning […]

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    2017 Chinese New Year Celebrations Across Tennessee

    Chinese New Year will be on January 28 this year. From late January to mid-February, Chinese-American communities across Tennessee will be celebrating the Year of the Rooster. Read below to find a celebration in your community.   Middle Tennessee   Nashville   Host: Vanderbilt University Chinese Students and Scholars Association (VUCSSA) Date: Saturday, January 21, 2017 Time: 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM CT […]

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    2016 Chinese New Year Celebrations Across Tennessee

    Chinese New Year, the most important Chinese holiday, this year falls on February 8. Throughout the month of February, Chinese-American communities across Tennessee will be celebrating the Year of the Monkey. Read below to find a celebration in your community. West Tennessee   Memphis   Host: University of Memphis Confucius Institute and the Greater United Memphis […]

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    Chinese-American Communities Across Tennessee Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival

    One of China’s most important annual holidays, Mid-Autumn Festival (also known as Moon Festival or 中秋节) this year takes place on Sunday, September 27th (the 15th day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar). Across Tennessee in late September and early October, Chinese-American communities will be celebrating the festival. Below is a listing of several […]

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    Registration Open for Chinese Language and Culture Courses at Tennessee Confucius Institutes

    The Confucius Institutes at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro have opened registration for several non-credit Chinese language and culture courses for the fall of 2015. The classes offered are listed below:   The University of Tennessee – Knoxville (UT Knoxville) Basic Chinese 1 (starting August 25th) Basic […]

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