TN-China Network Blog


Free Coronavirus Panel and Webcast in Nashville Feb 20

TN-China Network invites you to attend a public forum surrounding the recent novel coronavirus outbreak on Thursday, Feb. 20th at 5:30pm CT at the Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management, Averbuch Auditorium, Rm 110, 401 21st Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203. Join our panelists from a variety of medical, business, government, and academic perspectives […]

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Free Coronavirus Forum in Knoxville Feb 18

TN-China Network invites you to attend a public forum surrounding the recent novel coronavirus outbreak on Tuesday, Feb. 18th at 5:30pm in Baker Center Toyota Auditorium on the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK) campus. Join our speakers from the UTK Department of History and Student Health Center, UT Medical Center, Knox County Health Department, and […]

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Time to Join TNCN or Renew Your Membership for 2020!

To start the new year, TN-China Network (TNCN) has made several changes to our individual and company membership platform. First, we are shifting our membership renewal schedule from rolling renewals to calendar year renewals to make it easier for everyone to remember when is time to renew. Join or renew now for 2020, and get […]

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TNCN & UTK CHINA Town Hall Nov 18 in Knoxville

CHINA Town Hall flier

Join TN-China Network and the University of Tennessee Office of Asian Engagement, Department of History, and Asian Studies Program on Monday, November 18, 2019, for a one-hour webcast panel discussion moderated by George Stephanopoulos on the Sino-American relationship and the issues that are impacting us, our businesses, our educational institutions, our communities, our states, and […]

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Tennessee Manufacturers Association (TMA) 2019 Statewide Tour

Modern manufacturing is facing a number of key challenges: a shortage in skilled labor, quickly advancing technologies, and global competition. The 2019 State of Manufacturing Tour is for, and about, Tennessee’s manufacturing workers. TMA will provide updates on the successes and challenges that are facing manufacturers today, including more information on industry 4.0 and Advanced […]

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Nashville Luncheon with Minister Xu Xueyuan of the Chinese Embassy Aug 5

Join event organizers Nashville Chamber International Business Council and Baker Donelson and supporting organizations TN-China Network and TN World Affairs Council for an update on U.S. – China relations from Minister Xu Xueyuan of the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China to the United States. Minister Xu Xueyuan is a career diplomat with the Chinese […]

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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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Time to Register for Non-Credit Chinese Classes This Fall 2018

Language schools across the state have opened registration for Adult Fall 2018 non-credit Mandarin Chinese language courses. The classes offered are listed below:   Middle Tennessee   Nashville   Beginner and Intermediate Level Adult Classes Organizer: The Nashville Chinese School (NCS) Time: Saturday, Aug. 11 – Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018 Price: Adults $370.00 (tuition $305 + facility fee $65) Course […]

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Join the Export Training Program ExporTech™ in Nashville

  Do you see growth opportunities in global markets? Are you selling reactively rather than taking a proactive and strategic approach to international markets? Are you an experienced exporter, but want to develop a plan for your next phase of growth, or for a new region? On August 21, September 18, and October 23, 2018, the Manufacturing Extension […]

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Thank You to All New and Renewing TNCN Members and Sponsors for Q2 2018!

Thank you to all of the new and renewing TN-China Network (TNCN) Members and Sponsors that joined TNCN in the second 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 […]

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