Re-opening the Door: UMass Boston Visitors to China Share Their Experiences
China, the world’s most populous nation, is going through what is perhaps the greatest social transformation in human history. China’s explosive growth and expanding global influence and the United States’ recent “pivot” toward Asia make dialogue and communication between the people of the two nations more important than ever. Hoping to continue a discussion that will bring about a greater understanding of these two cultures and a deeper friendship between the people of each nation, UMass Boston's Office of International and Transnational Affairs is hosting a forum that will foster and promote open discussion.
UMass Boston faculty, students, and administrators who have been to China will discuss their experiences in China and invite you to share your thoughts with the university community.
- Teddy Chocos (English/ESL)
- Christopher Fung (Anthropology/Asian American Studies)
- Jeffrey Melnick (American Studies)
- Michael Todorsky (Director of Administration and Finance)
- John Hess (English/American Studies)
- Vicky Chen (Student, College of Management)
Questions? Contact OITA at 617.287.5586
Anyone requiring disability-related accommodations, including dietary accommodations, should visit http://www.ada.umb.edu.
For disability-related accommodations, including dietary accommodations, please visit www.ada.umb.edu two weeks prior to the event.