On Monday, October 5, the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations (the organization where I work) will be staging its 9th annual CHINA Town Hall, a national day of programming that will take place in nearly 80 venues across the United States and beyond this year. I’ll be traveling to Manhattan, KS to speak at Kansas State University on the topic of “Social Media with Chinese Characteristics.” For a full guide to CHINA Town Hall, and to find a venue near you, see the NCUSCR website.
Later that same week I’ll be in Salt Lake City, wearing my “occasional academic” hat at the Western Conference of the Association for Asian Studies and participating in a panel on children and youth in the People’s Republic of China. If you’re at either event, please say hi.
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