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

E-Commerce in China & Beyond Seminar

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In 2015, Chinese consumers spent close to 4 trillion yuan ($589.61 Billion) buying goods online. China’s web sales surpassed U.S. in 2013, making it by far the world’s largest e-commerce market. The major drivers in China’s e-commerce boom have been cross-border sales, mobile sales, and e-commerce in villages.

To better understand e-commerce in China and the disruptive nature of market players, we are bringing together a panel of experts to discuss the challenges and opportunities ahead. Please join us on August 29th at 6:30PM for this enlightening panel discussion. We welcome Ken Ma (via teleconference) of Tmall Global, Richard Cant of Dezan Shira, and Joe Dehner of Frost Brown Todd to share their experiences and insights in looking ahead and navigating the prosperous e-commerce channels of China and beyond.

About Tmall. Tmall is China’s premier B2C online retail market, operated by the Chinese e-commerce giant The Alibaba Group. It achieved 200 billion RMB ($32 Billion) gross merchandise volume in 2012 offering products from more than 70,000 merchants. Many multinational brands, such as Nike, Gap, Levi’s, Lacoste, Microsoft, Sony, P&G, Nestle, Toys-R-Us, etc., operate flagship stores on Tmall.

Speakers:

Ken Ma – Director of Int’l Development, Tmall Global (Alibaba Group)
Ken has 10+ years global e-commerce business experience in China. He help developed over 100 top international brands for Tmall.com and is currently the head of Tmall’s international business development team for cross border e-commerce. Prior to Tmall, he managed Alibaba’s markets in Indonesia, Brazil and Japan, and had developed the company’s markets in Malaysia and Vietnam.

Richard Cant – North American Director, Dezan Shira & Associates (Boston)
Richard guides North American individuals and companies through the process of establishing, maintaining, and expanding their businesses in China. His areas of practice include: corporate accounting and compliance, establishing businesses in China and Hong Kong, due diligence and M&A, and taxation planning and structuring. Prior to Dezan Shira & Associates, Richard was an Australian lawyer and Certified Public Accountant, and was also a partner at Ernst & Young Australia. He has worked in business and commercial consulting both in Australia and China for the past 20 years.

Joe Dehner – Member, Frost Brown Todd
Joe chairs this 500+-attorney law firm’s International Services Group.  He advises global businesses from large to small on a broad variety of business matters, including data privacy, product and services distribution, multinational business structures, compliance, tax and other issues.  He has advised U.S., Chinese and other businesses on e-commerce matters since the start of the digital age.

Moderated by Jin Kong, G4C Chairman 2016-17.

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Announcing the 2nd Annual Bread Loaf Translators’ Conference, June 3 – 9, 2016

A natural complement to signature Middlebury programs such as the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, the Language Schools, and the equally-renowned translation and interpretation degree programs at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS), the Bread Loaf Translators’ Conference aims to strengthen the visibility and access to high quality literary translations in the United States and to acknowledge that translators require the same training and skills as creative writers.

Following the success of the inaugural session in 2015, this year’s session is likely to fill quickly. We want to make sure you have the chance to submit an application should you wish to do so.  Whether you’re an experienced translator looking for feedback on a new project or a beginner looking for ways to approach literary translation, the dynamic community and intimate setting of Bread Loaf are sure to inspire you.


PROGRAM

The conference will incorporate the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference model of small, focused, genre-based workshops coupled with lectures and classes focusing on the art of literary translation. Workshops will be limited to ten participants so that each manuscript will receive individual attention and careful critique. All participants will also meet individually with their workshop leader to amplify and refine what was said in the workshop itself.

This dynamic and focused week-long conference of workshops, classes, lectures, and readings is designed for both beginning and experienced literary translators, including:

  • translators who want to improve their craft
  • foreign language students who want to acquire skills in the art of translation
  • teachers who want to bring the practice of literary translation into their classrooms
  • writers who want to continue the age-old practice of assuming literary craft via translation and imitation
  • anyone who would like to participate in the growing community of literary translators.

FACULTY

Acclaimed and award-winning translators Esther Allen, Geoffrey Brock, Karen Emmerich, Jennifer Grotz, and David Hinton will constitute the faculty during this second annual session. In addition to their literary accomplishments, each faculty member has been specifically chosen for his or her skill at guiding developing translators in a given genre.

APPLICATION & ACCEPTANCE

Applications to the conference will be accepted between November 1 and March 15. Acceptances will be made on a rolling basis and applicants will be notified whether they have been admitted approximately four to six weeks after they apply. With rolling admissions, those who apply early increase their chances of acceptance; therefore, we encourage you to apply early.

For application and more info CLICK HERE.

Fees

Participant: $2,140
Auditor: $1,820
NOTE: Financial aid is available.

There is a $15 application fee.

Bread Loaf Translators’ Conference
Middlebury College
Middlebury, VT 05753
blt@middlebury.edu
802-443-5286
www.middlebury.edu/blwc/bltc

Young Professional Networking Night

Network with professionals from the European American Chamber, Greater Cincinnati Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Hispanic Chamber!

When:

Thursday, March 26th from 6:00 – 8:00PM

Where:

Lindner College Hall 690
Carl H. Lindner College of Business
University of Cincinnati
2925 Campus Green Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45221

Registration:

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040d48a9ab29a20-young

NOTE:

Appetizers and drinks (non-alcoholic) will served and prizes will be given. Business Casual Attire Required.

The Franchise & Own Your Own Business Expo

The Franchise & Own Your Own Business Show is pleased to announce that Mark Mallory has signed on to become the spokesperson and face of this event. As former Mayor of Cincinnati, Mr. Mallory recognizes the significance of the Franchise community and the important role small business plays in the local economy.
This event provides an opportunity for business seekers and those looking to grow an existing business, to gain valuable knowledge, insight and guidance. The event offers a first-class educational seminar series featuring Professional Business Coaches, Franchise Industry Experts and Entrepreneurial Mentors. Visiting attendees can learn what it takes to be successful at starting, building or growing a business. This exciting 2 day event provides a platform to speak directly with representatives from the hottest franchises as well as industry experts. This event a must attend for anyone considering owning a small business or looking to grow their already established business.
People consider buying into a franchise system for many reasons including support, security and proven success rates. The economic impact of the Franchise industry is substantial. Franchising has a direct impact on local economies as 95% of franchises are still in business after 5 years. Buying a franchise more than doubles a person’s chance to survive as a business owner. Franchisees leverage the training and marketing support from their parent companies to become a profitable business.
2015 Cincinnati Franchise Show Details
When: Saturday, Mar 28, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, Mar 29, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Duke Energy Center, 525 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

For more information on the show, click here.

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