Global Economic & Career Outlook Summit 2018
Date/Time: October 12, Friday
地点:辛辛那提区域商会培训中心(3 East 4th St，Cincinnati OH 45202)
Location: The Learning Center, 3 East 4th Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
特邀嘉宾:中国驻美大使馆、中国驻纽约总领馆、俄亥俄州长办公室、辛辛那提市长办公 室、福耀玻璃、地方及联邦参议员、众议员、JobsOhio、商务部、西南俄亥俄区域劳工投 资局官员等
Invited Dignitaries: Chinese Embassy to the United States, Chinese Consulate General in New York, Lieutenant Governor of Ohio, City of Cincinnati, Fuyao Glass USA, members of congress, and representatives of JobsOhio, Department of Commerce, Southwest Ohio Regional Workforce Investment Bureau
Hosts: Greater Cincinnati Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Regional Economic Development Initiative
Sponsors: University of Cincinnati, Miami University, P&G, Kroger, Fuyao Glass, Foxconn, East West Path, Altix Consulting
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
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.