STIR! Multicultural Networking Reception

The regional main event to elevate and celebrate the many cultures in our region.

Enjoy drinks and appetizers as you grow your network across cultures and communities at this multicultural networking reception. Consider inviting a Cincinnati newcomer to join the fun. There are plenty of local experts on hand to make everyone feel at home.

Events take place three times a year at various locations.

Hosted by 7 as 1: Cincinnati Multicultural Chamber Collaborative
African American Chamber
Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
European American Chamber of Commerce
Greater Cincinnati Chinese Chamber of Commerce
Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA
Indian American Chamber of Commerce
Japan America Society of Greater Cincinnati

WHEN / 甚麼時候:

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

WHERE / 演出地点:

The Strietmann Center, OTR at 235 W 12th Street, Cincinnati 

Voyage of the Red Violin Concert

Greater Cincinnati Chinese Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra is proud to present Voyage of the Red Violin Concert. The legendary “Mendelssohn” Stradivarius violin that inspired the film The Red Violin is coming to Cincinnati. The fictionalized voyage of this violin through the centuries creates a musical blueprint for this concert that will take us to contrasting musical worlds. Concert will begin in China, one of the stops for the violin, with music by composers who grew up during the Cultural Revolution when classical music was forbidden.

Saturday, August 18 at 7:30PM

Terracotta Army Exhibit – Member VIP Event

Terracotta Army Exhibit – Members Only VIP Program

Greater Cincinnati Chinese Chamber of Commerce is proud to present a special VIP program for our members only at the Cincinnati Art Museum on April 27 from 4-9 PM with special guided tour of the world famous Terracotta Army Exhibit followed by world class performances and catering services in the exclusive VIP section of the museum.

Terracotta Army features 120 objects drawn from the collections of Chinese art museums and archaeological institutes, including terracotta figures of warriors, arms and armor, ritual bronze vessels, works in gold and silver, jade ornaments, precious jewelry and ceramics. More than 40 of these works have never been on view in the U.S. before this exhibition.

All Chinese Chamber Members please join us for
A Night of Art, Music & Fun on
Friday, April 27, from 4PM to 9PM

CLICK HERE FOR EVENT REGISTRATION

Lunar New Year Gala 2016

LUNAR NEW YEAR GALA & EVENT

The Greater Cincinnati Chinese Chamber of Commerce held this major event to welcome the coming of the Lunar New Year at Kingsgate Marriott at University of Cincinnati. It was a wonderful opportunity to observe one of the most important holidays in the Asian culture. We celebrated along with our chamber members and representatives from all over the Greater Cincinnati business community.

Keynote Address by Mr. Reuben M. Shaffer
Chief Diversity Officer @ Kroger Co.

World-class performances by:

Ruixin Deng Soprano

Soprano Ms. Ruixin Deng, Owner of Joy Flower Music Center
Bing Yang Chinese Performing Arts Center Dance Team
Bing Yang Chinese Performing Arts Center Drums Team

 

 

 

 

Traditional Chinese Instruments performances by:

Renowned musicians Ms. Ming Ke, Mr. Zhenggang Xie and his wife Ms. Mei Hu

Ming Ke

Zhenggang Xie - Mei Hu

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special guest appearance by:

Mr. Yijia Fang, Cello Principal at UC’s
College-Conservatory of Music Philharmonic Orchestra
Gold Prize – Singapore Music Competition 2012
1st Place – Great Wall Int’l Music Academy 2013
1st Place – Hong Kong Int’l String Competition 2014
1st Place – American Protege Int’l Competition 2015


 

Sponsored by:DHL

Letter from the Director — February’s End

Letter from the Director

We’re a whole month into the Year of the Horse now and a lot of people have asked about our 2014 Lunar New Year Gala. From a fundraising standpoint, it was certainly on par with tradition, thanks to our sponsors and loyal members. We ran a survey after the event and the response was positive. We also received some great ideas for next year’s event. All in all, it was up to historical standard, but there’s room to improve and we intend to fill that space.

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