UPCOMING TIGER EVENT

JOIN US FOR OUR NEXT TIGER TALK

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14,  7:30 – 8:30 PM ET

 

CHINA - US RELATIONS: A SINO-OPTIMIST'S VIEW -- PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE

Presented by Priscilla Hoffman-Stowe, former United States Department of State Senior Economic Analyst and Deputy Director, Office of Economic Policy, Bureau of Intelligence and Research. Currently a Senior Management Consultant, Freedom of Information Requests, United States Department of State
Moderated by Debi Carter, former Senior Director, Customer Success, Salesforce


 

Priscilla will share her perspective not only as someone who served as a China Analyst at the State Department’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research, but also as a child of parents who had been missionaries in China and maintained a lifelong love of Chinese culture and the Chinese people. Over her 35 years at the US Department of State, Priscilla learned to shed ideological filters to focus on history, context, and facts. China faced many challenges during that time, and more challenges lie ahead. In Priscilla’s view, China has three unique characteristics that give it an advantage moving forward. The challenge for the US will be to form and maintain a relationship with China that is mutually productive.

 

Registration for the talk is by email invitation only, and at this time participation is limited to members of our Tiger Community, including Helen Lin's students, colleagues, family, and invited guests. We welcome friends and colleagues of Tiger Community members to join us -- please have them send us their contact information, so we can send them an invitation. Email: HTL.Legacy@gmail.com

 

 

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FUTURE TIGER EVENTS

TIGER ZASH!

Thursday, December 3rd 8:00 – 9:00 PM EST USA

Escape the winter blues and join us for a “Zash” (Zoom Bash). Reconnect with old friends and meet others in the Tiger Community

NOT SO INSULAR: THE INFLUENCE OF OTHER LANGUAGES AND DIALECTS ON MANDARIN

Saturday, January 9th  8:00 – 9:00 PM EST USA

Presented by Neil Kubler, Stanfield Professor of Asian Studies, Department(of Asian Studies, Williams College

Moderated by Lisa Chang Ahnert

HOW CHINESE MUST A CHINESE BE? IDENTITIES OF CHINESE INDONESIAN ASYLUM SEEKERS ON TRIAL IN THE UNITED STATES

Thursday, January 28th  7:30 – 8:30 PM EST USA

Presented by ChorSwang Ngin, Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Asian and Asian American Studies Program, California State University Los Angeles

Moderated by Diane Young Spitzer

 

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