TN-China Network Blog


China Experts to Lead Networking Discussions at TNCN Annual Meeting March 28

  Hearing from high-profile executives and getting updated on the latest in the US-China and TN-China business relationships will be at the top of the agenda for the inaugural TN-China Network (TNCN) annual meeting in Nashville on March 28, 2019, Commemorating 40 Years of US-China Relations. After the executive business panel, however, attendees will be […]

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TNCN Commemorates 40th Anniversary of US-China Relations on March 28

Join TN-China Network for our inaugural annual meeting Commemorating 40 Years of US-China Relations and Exploring the Past and Future of Tennessee-China Business Ties with an executive business panel featuring Mike Day Vice President of  Supply Chain at Radio Systems Corporation   Charles Huang Chief Financial Officer of Wonder Porcelain Group   Ken Strait Vice […]

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SUSTA Trade Missions to China in 2019

The Southern United States Trade Association (SUSTA), a non-profit organization that helps small companies in the Southern United States promote value-added US food and agricultural products to overseas importers, has upcoming trade mission trips scheduled for mainland China and Hong Kong. SUSTA provides companies a 50% cost share for all the below trade shows. This […]

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Photos and Readout from TNCN’s Knoxville China Business Experts Roundtable

On October 3, 2018, TN-China Network held in Knoxville a China Business Experts Roundtable on the Status of US-China Trade and Investment. Nearly 50 people attended the Roundtable, which was held in partnership with the the University of Tennessee-Knoxville Confucius Institute, Knoxville Chamber of Commerce, and the US Commercial Service. For a readout of the […]

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Thank You to New and Renewing TNCN Members and Sponsors for Q4 2018!

Thank you to all of the new and renewing TN-China Network (TNCN) Members and Sponsors that joined TNCN in the fourth quarter of 2018! Your support helps companies across Tennessee to boost their business with China and aids Tennessee communities in attracting and retaining Chinese investment. Together we can create more China-related jobs right here in […]

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TN-China Network 2018 Year in Review – Happy Chinese New Year!

TNCN 2018 Annual Report

Thanks to all our TNCN Members, Sponsors, and Donors for helping make 2018 a productive year!

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Registration for Non-Credit Chinese Classes for Spring 2019 Now Open

Language schools across the state have opened registration for Spring 2019 non-credit Mandarin Chinese language and culture courses. The classes offered are listed below:   Middle Tennessee    Nashville   Chinese Beginning 1.1 Organizer: Tennessee Language Center Time: Thursdays, January 10 – March 14, 2019, from 6:00 – 8:00 pm CT Price: $325 Course Details: […]

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Lyft Hiring Bilingual Operations Associates in Nashville

Lyft is looking to hire in Nashville Operations Associates bilingual in English and Mandarin (or Spanish/Korean/Russian) to join their Driver Growth team. In this role, the Associate will utilize internal tools to take prospective drivers from application to their first passenger, identify and solve problems on the fly, and more. Click here to view the […]

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Thank You to All New and Renewing TNCN Members and Sponsors for Q3 2018!

Thank you to all of the new and renewing TN-China Network (TNCN) Members and Sponsors that joined TNCN in the third quarter of 2018! Your support helps companies across Tennessee to boost their business with China and aids Tennessee communities in attracting and retaining Chinese investment. Together we can create more China-related jobs right here in […]

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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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