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Economic and Cultural Exchange with China (Long March)

Many Rochester groups have individual efforts to increase cultural and trade relationship with China. These efforts can be made more effective if coordinated and they receive a local leadership sponsorship from local governments and business leaders.

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Project Information

About the project

Impacts: 

Best Practice, Economic Development   Education/Learning Environment  

Project Phase: 

Concept

Collaborators

Contact: Al Lun ; Email: kalun@middlewaygroup.com ; Phone: 507-269-8353

Lead Organization: Middle Way Group

Collaborators: openBEAM.net

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Detailed Description

Triggered off the 2013 RCTC's annual US China Town Hall event we can build up momentum to have a concerted, visible and intentional Rochester area economic tie with a number of emerging trade, investment and cultural ties with China (the second largest economy in the world).

 

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AI and US/China Relationships

 

 

 

 

Status/News

November 11, 2015 openBEAM.net: 2015 UMR Annual Meeting: "Think Globally and Act Locally"

At yesterday's UMR annual meeting, the keynote message was "Think globally, and act locally." I couldn't agree more. I was inspired by the student at my table and also the students on the panel. They were poised,  mature and articulate.  A bright future ahead of them. 

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