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Columbia University Global Center Public Talk: Environmental Policy and the Business of Sustainability

Speaker: Steven Cohen, symptoms Executive Director, buy Earth Institute, pulmonologist Columbia University

Achieving a sustainable society requires moving from an economy that tolerates environmental damage to one that does not. On Thursday, October 16, Dr. Steven Cohen will discuss the importance of environmental policy in achieving this goal and the need to manage short-term costs for long-term gains. Tracing the environmental movement over the past century, Dr. Cohen explores how the environment has emerged as a public policy issue and how current environmental policy reflects our values. He will discuss how environmental regulation influences the economy and demonstrate how the path to a clean economy requires public policy that balances environmental quality with economic growth.

Date: Thursday, October 16, 2014

Time: 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Venue: Columbia Global Centers | East Asia

Language: English

RSVP / 注册页面: https://stevecohentalk.eventbrite.com

Address: No. 26, 1F Core Plaza, No.1 Shanyuan Street, Zhongguancun, Haidian District, Beijing

北京市海淀区中关村西区善缘街1号立方庭底商26号

 

Steven Cohen is the Executive Director of Columbia University’s Earth Institute and a Professor in the Practice of Public Affairs at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. He is also Director of the Master of Public Administration Program in Environmental Science and Policy at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and the Director of the Masters of Science in Sustainability Management at Columbia University’s School of Continuing Education.  He is a consultant, former policy analyst, and former member of the Advisory Council on Environmental Policy and Technology for the U.S. EPA.

The event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP. We welcome you to join us and please feel free to share the information with your friends.

本次活动免费向公众开放敬请注册欢迎您将该信息分享给您的朋友

 

 

 

JOB OPENINGS

 

The Columbia Global Centers | East Asia (CGC|EA) office is now recruiting a Senior Program Manager.

1. Qualifications for applicants

Ÿ   Master’s degree, preferably from a US university

Ÿ   Experiences working overseas preferred, especially at Columbia University

Ÿ   Familiarity with U.S and China higher education system

Ÿ   Previous work as research manager or program manager supervising other program and operations staff

Ÿ   Ability to write well in English

Ÿ   Strong sense of maturity and integrity

Ÿ   Fluent in both Chinese and English

 

2. Responsibilities

Ÿ   Assist the Director and various Columbia University Units to develop partnerships, programs and projects in East Asia with local universities, think tanks, government organizations, and non-governmental organizations.

Ÿ   Develop the Center’s programs and projects under the leadership of the Director

Ÿ   Initiate, coordinate, and supervise Center’s events and conferences

Ÿ   Be responsible for center’s IT system maintenance and development

Ÿ   Assist the Director with various programmatic tasks including management of projects and programs with other global centers

Ÿ   Liaise with alumni office in New York and in the Greater China region on alumni outreach and engagement

Ÿ   Assist the Director to establish and manage relationships with influential alumni, friends of Columbia University, parents, and Advisory Board members

Ÿ   Work as the admissions contact with appropriate offices on campus

Ÿ   Assist in government relations and outreach

 

3. Required application materials

Ÿ   CV

Ÿ   Cover Letter

Ÿ   Writing Sample

4. Working Place

Ÿ   Haidian District, Beijing

Compensation commensurate with qualifications and experiences

To apply for this job, applicants should send the above documents in an email titled “Name-Position-Major” to beijing.cgc@columbia.edu. After reviewing applications, we will arrange interviews with competitive candidates.

More information can be found on the website:

http://globalcenters.columbia.edu/eastasia

 

About Us

Columbia Global Centers is a global network of centers creating opportunities in research, scholarships, teaching and services, engaging across borders and disciplines, and expanding Columbia’s mission as a global university.

The establishment of the Columbia Global Center | East Asia in 2009 represented a milestone for Columbia University. The East Asia Center helped establish extensive academic partnerships with Columbia Schools, offices, and the Chinese academic community and continues to engage in a wide range of programs.

 

The Columbia Global Centers | East Asia (CGC|EA) office is now recruiting a Finance & Human Resources Assistant.

 

 

1. Qualifications for applicants

Ÿ   Bachelor degree or above, finance/accounting background preferred;

Ÿ   Excellent communication skills in Chinese and English;

Ÿ   Working experience with foreign-owned enterprise is preferred;

Ÿ   Strong sense of responsibility, attention to details, character integrity, independent problem-solving ability and proactivity are essential;

Ÿ   Good team player;

Ÿ   Can-do Attitude.

 

2. Responsibilities

Ÿ   Assist the Finance, HR, Operations Officer on all the financial processes including budgeting, accounting, reconciliation, purchasing, expenses monitoring, financial management of grants;

Ÿ   Liaise with New York Office on finance and HR activities;

Ÿ   Perform HR work, including staff and interns recruitment, payroll calculation and payment, etc. ;

Ÿ   Liaise with the accounting firm, HR outsourcing company, and the local bank on finance, HR, tax, and operation matters;

Ÿ   Ad hoc projects deemed necessary by the Director.

 

3. Required application materials

Ÿ   CV

Ÿ   Cover Letter

 

4. Working Place

Ÿ   Haidian District, Beijing

 

Compensation commensurate with qualifications and experiences

 

To apply for this job, applicants should send the above documents in an email titled “Name-Position-Major” to beijing.cgc@columbia.edu. After reviewing applications, we will arrange interviews with competitive candidates.

 

More information can be found on the website:

http://globalcenters.columbia.edu/eastasia

 

About Us

Columbia Global Centers is a global network of centers creating opportunities in research, scholarships, teaching and services, engaging across borders and disciplines, and expanding Columbia’s mission as a global university.

The establishment of the Columbia Global Center | East Asia in 2009 represented a milestone for Columbia University. The East Asia Center helped establish extensive academic partnerships with Columbia Schools, offices, and the Chinese academic community and continues to engage in a wide range of programs.

 

 

An Evening with Downing College Choir, Cambridge

Downing College Choir request the pleasure of all Columbia alumni and friends at their Beijing performance 5th July at Sunworld Dynasty Hotel in Wangfujing.  Downing’s choir are coming to Beijing for their 2014 tour.  The evening will include a black tie dinner and an eclectic performance from the choir.

6.30pm – till late

Saturday 5th July, 2014

Black Tie

北京天伦王朝酒店

Sunworld Dynasty Hotel

王府井大街50号      No. 50, Wangfujing street

Ticket are priced at ¥800, early bird tickets purchased before 14th June are ¥700.

https://yoopay.cn/event/38590141

 

Evening with Downing Choir

 

choir

 

Public Talk and Reception: The Art of Choosing 

Are you getting the most from your decisions? Whether personal or professional, the choices we make shape our lives. In her acclaimed research, Sheena Iyengar explores the burdens of choice and how to choose wisely in an ever more complex and interconnected world. Join her for a discussion of why and how we make decisions, what can go wrong, and the surprising truths behind the art of choosing.



Sheena Iyengar

The Inaugural S.T. Lee Professor of Business, Columbia Business School, with a joint appointment in the Department of Psychology
Faculty Director, Global Leadership Matrix (GLeaM) Program
Faculty Director, The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center, Columbia Business School, Columbia University

Date: Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Time: 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Venue: Columbia Global Centers | East Asia  哥伦比亚大学全球中心 | 东亚
Address:No. 26, 1F Core Plaza, No.1 Shanyuan Street, Zhongguancun, Haidian District, Beijing (北京市海淀区中关村西区善缘街1号立方庭一层26号) Map (地图)
RSVP: http://cgcea-iyengar-talk.eventbrite.com
 
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Sheena Iyengar is the Inaugural S.T. Lee Professor of Business at Columbia Business School, with a joint appointment in the Department of Psychology at Columbia University. She is also Faculty Director of the Global Leadership Matrix (GLeaM) Program and Faculty Director of The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center at Columbia Business School. In 2012, she was named one of the World’s Best B-School Professors by Poets and Quants and she appeared on the 2011 Thinkers50 list, the definitive global ranking of the top 50 business thinkers. She was a featured speaker on global leadership and decision making at the 2013 and 2014 World Economic Forum meetings in Davos. Professor Iyengar is considered one of the world’s experts on choice. Her critically acclaimed book, The Art of Choosing, has gained much recognition, including being chosen as a finalist for the Financial Times and Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year 2010 award, as well as being ranked #3 on the Amazon.com Best Books of 2010: Business & Investing Top 10Professor Iyengar is the recipient of numerous awards. In 2002 she received the Presidential Early Career Award for Social Scientists for her work in examining cultural, individual, and situational factors that influence people’s decision-making behaviors. In 2005 she was an invited fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ. Professor Iyengar has written for CNN.com, Slate and strategy+business, and has been a guest on CNN, CNBC, CBS Sunday Morning News and The Today Show. She is regularly quoted in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Fortune and Time magazines, and on National Public Radio. In November 2011 she recorded a five-part lecture series based on The Art of Choosing for NHK TV in Japan.Professor Iyengar graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.S. in economics and a B.A. in psychology. She then earned her Ph.D. in social psychology from Stanford University. At Columbia Business School she has taught the Leadership core course for 10 years and also teaches electives such as Entrepreneurial Creativity, Managerial Decision Making, and Thinking Globally.

 

 

Call for Proposals – 2nd Annual International Conference on Sustainable Developmen

Dear colleagues,

The Global Association of Master’s in Development Practice Programs (MDP), in collaboration with the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), will hold the Second Annual International Conference on Sustainable Development Practice (ICSDP) on September 17-18, 2014 at Columbia University in New York City.

The Conference theme, Advancing Evidence-Based Solutions for the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda, seeks proposals for practical solutions to address the complex challenges of sustainable development at local, regional, and global levels. The aim of the conference is to share and identify practical, evidence-based solutions, that can support the SDSN leadership in shaping the post-2015 agenda. Proposals are welcome across 12 SDSN thematic areas:

1. Macroeconomics, Population Dynamics, and Planetary Boundaries

2. Poverty Reduction and Peace-Building in Fragile Regions

3. Challenges of Social Inclusion: Gender, Inequalities, and Human Rights

4. Early Childhood Development, Education, and Transition to Work

5. Health for All

6. Low-Carbon Energy and Sustainable Industry

7. Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems

8. Forests, Oceans, Biodiversity, and Ecosystem Services

9. Sustainable Cities: Inclusive, Resilient, and Connected

10. Good Governance of Extractive and Land Resources

11. Global Governance and Norms for Sustainable Development

12. Redefining the Role of Business for Sustainable Development

We are accepting contributions from academia (faculty, scholars, researchers, and students), practitioners, NGOs, government agencies, international organizations, and private companies. A diversity of stakeholders and perspectives is desirable, as the conference hopes to mobilize the expertise of the scientific and technical communities in a wide rage of sectors. A peer review panel consisting of MDP academics and SDSN Affiliates (or the Scientific Committee) will select the best solutions from the submitted abstracts and papers to be presented at the conference.

Please submit abstracts using the form at http://events.ei.columbia.edu/sdp-conference-2014/. Notifications of accepted abstracts will be sent by June 17, 2014. Upon acceptance, full papers should be submitted no later than June 30, 2014. For questions please write to ICSDP@globalmdp.org.

 

 

 

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2014 Beijing Spring Fling, May 10th 2014 (Saturday)

 

Dear alumni,

The Columbia Business School Alumni Club of Beijing, the HBS Club of Beijing and the Wharton Club of Beijing request the pleasure of your company at 2014 Beijing Spring Fling on Saturday May 10th between 6:30 p.m. and 10 p.m.

Join us for a magical evening with classic cocktails, five star cuisine, special performing arts, live band and DJ, red carpet photo shooting, celebrity appearances, fun and sterling entertainment!

All fellow CBS/HBS/Wharton alumni, current students, and incoming students of class of 2016, and alumni of Columbia University, Harvard University, and University of Pennsylvania are cordially invited!

RSVP Page: https://yoopay.cn/event/springfling2014

For more details: http://sf.huixiaoer.com

Kindly Read These Reminders:

Ticket: Tickets can be purchased only by Columbia, Harvard, and UPenn alumni/students. Max two tickets per registrant (for him/herself and one guest). Only tickets registered with University/School/Graduation Year information will be valid. Tickets are not refundable after Sunday May 4th, 23:59 P.M. We recommend you to use a laptop/desktop rather than a mobile device to register.

Payment: Chinese debit card, credit card, or Alipay can pay online. If you don’t have a Chinese debit card/credit card, please contact Steve Fan cfan08@gsb.columbia.edu for offline RSVP and wire transfer.

Dress code: Formal, or simply be glamour!

We look forward to seeing you all!

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INN Charity Event
Dear Friends,

Please join the international community on Friday, October 18th, from 5PM to 9PM for the annual International Newcomer’s Network (INN) Charity Event!
We will be gathering at the beautiful outdoor pavilion at the Marriott Northeast Hotel on Xiao Yun Lu. Live DJ, entertainers, free flow beer and wine and unlimited hors d’oeuvres and hearty appetizers served all evening.
This will be an evening of socializing and good cheer with the purpose of benefiting INN’s supported charities: Beijing Huiling, Jane Goodall Institute’s Roots & Shoots, and Starfish Project.
Tickets are RMB 300.00 per person and are on sale through INN volunteers and at sales locations throughout Beijing, including the International Center for Veterinary Services in Wangjing.
To find an INN ticket sales volunteer near you, please email INN at: innbeijing@hotmail.com

 

The Yale Club of Beijing Invites you on a Hiking Trip to an exclusive Ming Tomb
When: Saturday, October 19th (10am departure from the Agriculture Exhibition Centre in Beijing)

Where: Yong Ling 永陵

Cost:  RMB 250 per person; RMB 50 for children shorter than 1.2 meter

RSVPhttps://yoopay.cn/event/72026090

Bring the whole family to join fellow Elis and friends on Saturday, October 19th for a day hike inside an exclusive Ming Tomb.  The hike will be inside the Yong Ling (永陵), which is not normally open to the public.  We will have exclusive access to the site on that day.  We do not expect strenuous hikes there.Yong Ling is the second largest of the Ming Tombs.  It is the tomb of the Emperor Jiajing (嘉靖), who ruled from 1521 to 1566.  The tomb is well preserved relative to the others and shows a unique attention to detail and building materials. Emperor Jiajing was very extravagant and used his wealth from the revival of trade with the West to decorate his palace. He was an ardent Taoist with a longing for immortality and it was important for him that his spirit lived on in a fitting imperial residence.
Ivy Club China 2013 Gala
Click to register: 报名注册:  http://www.eventbank.cn/event/162哥伦比亚大学校友会、China Daily USA、Ivy Club China,和常青藤暑期学院联合举办「与世界同桌」盛会,特邀诺贝尔经济学奖得主蒙代尔教授与常青藤盟校校友和各界杰出人士共享常青藤的智慧与力量。时间:2013年10月19日 6:00 酒会开始
地点:广州四季洒店 一楼明珠宴会厅, 广州珠江新城珠江西路5号西塔
服装:女士晚礼服,男士正西装领带、黑色领结The Gala is co-organized by The Columbia Alumni Association, China Daily USA, Ivy Club China, and Ivy Summer School.The Nobel Laureate in economics Robert A. Mundell, will grace this gathering, together with the elite from different disciplines, to share the wisdom and the positive influence impact in the world.The Gala also launches the Columbia Guangzhou Alumni Association.Come and join us for this celebration!Time: October 19, 6:00 p.m. (cocktails)
Location: Four Seasons Hotel, Pearl Ball Room (first floor), 5 Zhu Jiang Road, West Tower, Pearl River New Town, Guangzhou
Dress code: Black tie optional
话剧《子君》

涓生和子君作为鲁迅唯一一部爱情小说《伤逝》的主人公在一代又一代人心中 留下了不可磨灭的印象。“人必须活着,爱才有所附丽”,涓生这句自省的话语 永久的留在了许许多多爱情的墓碑上。这句话自有它存在的真实:经济生活是 爱情的保障,没有面包,再美好的爱情也会枯萎,尤其是面对婚姻的时候,古 人已有“贫贱夫妻百事哀”的感叹。生活,一个所谓可以吞噬一切,逃避一切的 借口让选择变得如此的轻率和简单。然而,子君,一个觉醒到自身独立价值的 民国女性,却像一个影子一样永远沉默地徘徊在涓生的手记里面,她的两次出 走以至于最终的死亡的选择留给我们确是很多惊叹号般的迷。她的喜悦,她的 幽怨,亦或她的释然和果决留给人们的是不忍却不得已的浮想联翩。于是就构 成了做这部戏的动机:让子君从女性的角度去为自己一连串的选择作答,还她 一个本应属于她的声音。爱情,婚姻和生活虽然最终仍然还原于不可避免的伤 逝,但是希望从这部戏里,我们能换一个角度去审视生活和爱情的关系,虚实 间看透生命的本质,聊表对生存积极的态度,世界因你而改变,惟恐就一点 儿,让爱情即使溃败于生活的面前也能留下一份跌宕起伏的自喜和释然。

 

演出时间:10月10日-10月13日 19:30
地点:蓬蒿剧场
东棉花胡同35号
蓬蒿剧场
北京东城区东棉花胡同35号

Our Beijing community is very active. Here are some current programs that we believe our alumni will enjoy:

常青藤中国论坛

常青藤中国论坛,是由常青藤院校的中国师生们,自发组织的论坛,旨在成为在美中国学生学者与祖国交流的平台,促进双方互相的了解。也为广大海外校友提供一个互相交流的平台。出席本次论坛的嘉宾包括:杨振宁、施一公、俞敏洪、朱清时、徐小平、杨福梅、陈志武、阎焱以及其他领域的顶尖代表。若想要与嘉宾们进行面对面的交流,现在就报名吧!

Ivy China Forum, organized by Chinese students in Ivy League schools, aims to set up a bridge between Chinese and US overseas students and Chinese industry leaders and to expand global vision of the aspiring youth. Forum guests including Chen Ning Yang, Yigong Shi, Yu Minhong, Xu Xiaoping, Robin Li, Zhu Qingshi, Yang Fumei and other industry leaders will present to exchange their experiences. Want to discuss with them face-to-face? Register early! Space is limited.

更多信息请参考官网: http://www.ivychinaforum.org/default.aspx
More information at Website: http://www.ivychinaforum.org/en/default.aspx

购票信息
Tickets
以下是购票链接,学生及校友可享受半折优惠

http://www.ivychinaforum.org/menpiao.aspx

Please click the official link below to register. Tickets are 50% off for students and alumni!
http://www.ivychinaforum.org/en/menpiao.aspx

 

LSE Alumni Club Beijing Mercedes-Benz Night

Dear Columbia Alumni,

We would like to invite you to a very special event on Saturday July 27th for the story of a world renowned automobile designer, Mr. Olivier Boulay and his tale of merging advanced technology with philosophy and art. Please find the event details below:

After presentation, we shall have a question time and an interactive session where you get to give elements of your dream car and receive hand drawings from our speaker. For all those who have a valid driver’s license (2 years history), you will also have the opportunity to test drive some of Mercedes famous models. Finally, we shall have a lucky draw for voucher gifts provided by Jitrois.

Date & Time: July 27th Saturday (2pm to 5pm)

Venue: Mercedes-Benz Beijing Center, Siyuanqiao  四元桥奔驰4S旗舰店

Dress Code: Smart Casual

Drinks: Champagne, White and Red Wine, Beer, and Soft Drink with bar tender

Desert: French Delicacies and Chocolate

Test Drive: Valid driver’s license (2 years experience), Mercedes S Class, Mercedes CLS, Mercedes SLK, Smart

Lucky Draw: Vouchers valued at 2000/3000 Yuan at Jitrois Store (Yintai)

Number of tickets: LIMITED to 100 tickets, first come first serve

Tickets Price: 100 Early Bird, 150 Regular, 200 At Door (discount code: lsebeijing  10% off)
Purchase tickets online: https://yoopay.cn/event/uk20130727?ref=lsebeijing

 

Schedule:

  • Welcome drinks and Store Visit
  • Open Speech by Alumni Club Organizers and Event Designer Donglin Wu
  • Presentation by Mr. Olivier Boulay and Q&A
  • Interactive Design Session
  • Test Drive
  • Cocktail Party
  • Lucky Draw

 

After Party:

We shall hold an after party at a TBD location starting at 10 PM-late, dress to impress.

Guest Speaker: Professor Olivier Boulay
Touted as Mercedes-Benz Chief Designer, Mr. Olivier Boulay is Vice President of Daimler Greater China and Head of Mercedes Advanced Design Center of China. He is also Professor at Keio University, Japan. Mr. Boulay has been the design Guru of Mercedes for the past 15 years and a leading figure among the first wave of western designers carving out a modern look for Chinese vehicles.

Mr. Boulay has designed legendary cars such as the Maybach, Mercedes F400 Carving and draw the first pictures for the now SLS AMG. He is also instrumental in designing the modern C-class and S-class Mercedes and is now responsible for the new Denza electric vehicle concept to be produced by Mercedes and BYD in China.

Organizers:
 LSE Alumni Club Beijing   
UK Alumni Beijing – 北京留英校友会

 

 

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Dear CU Alums,

You are cordially invited to the second annual Alumni Ball of Beijing!

2013 Alumni Ball of Beijing
on Saturday June 22, 2013
 from 6:00pm to late
The Kerry Hotel Beijing
No 1 Guanghua Road, Beijing, 100020, China

The Alumni Ball is a not-for-profit social event organized by Alumni Clubs of Beijing (ACB), a volunteer platform supporting the alumni organizations of over sixty international universities. Please join us in this enjoyable evening of food, wine, music, dance, and entertainment.

Our charity partner for this year’s Alumni Ball is  Americans Promoting Study Abroad (APSA), a nonprofit entity that has brought American high school students from underprivileged backgrounds to China on summer programs.

Event Agenda
6:00 – Registration & Bubbly
7:15 – Seating & Opening Remarks
7:30 – Entertainment Program & Dinner
8:30 Charity Auction & Dessert
9:00 Dance & Open Bar
11:00 Closing

Tickets:
CNY 650 Early Bird
CNY 750 Regular
CNY 850 VIP

Purchases on Yoopay accepted via foreign and Chinese credit cards, PayPal, Alipay and bank transfers.

Purchase ticket here: https://yoopay.cn/event/2013alumniballbeijing

Tickets can also be purchased offline at various events. 
 For offline ticket sales, please contact: RSVP@acbeijing.com

Dress Code: 
Formal (Suits for men and cocktail/evening dresses for ladies)

 

 

 

Columbia Symposium in Jakarta    June 18-20, 2013

Intersections of Power, Politics, and Conflict in Asia 

Co-organized by the Weatherhead East Asian Institute (WEAI) at Columbia University, The Australian National University (ANU), and the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Jakarta, Indonesia


Tuesday, June 18 – Thursday, June 20, 2013

 Jl. Tanah Abang III, No-23-27, Jakarta 10160

Click here to register now

For more information please visit:

www.columbia.edu/cu/weai/jakarta

The three-day conference will parse the shifting dynamics of regional power and highlight the remarkable scholarship that is keeping apace of the region’s dynamism. The conference will draw on the Columbia faculty’s regional expertise in East Asia and will provide a comparative analysis of the varying political and security concerns in Northeast and Southeast Asia. The Jakarta symposium is the first ever held by Columbia University in Southeast Asia and reflects the Weatherhead East Asian Institute’s commitment to enhancing the understanding of an area that sits on the fault lines of global change.

 

Big Ten Mixer 2013

 

邓小平时代与未来三十年
您好!
作为根植于祖国土壤的海归组织,欧美同学会2005委员会无时无刻不在关注着现代中国的发展与变迁。从马勇教授的“重新解读近代中国”到朱学勤教授的“改革反思录”,从雪珥先生的“中国还将跌倒在哪里”到袁剑先生的“中国大拐点”,一路见证了2005委员会思索和探寻之旅。
2013年4月24日,2005委员会重磅推出汇聚全球智慧的开放性国际论坛——《海风窗论坛》,邀请顶级学者论道中国、畅谈天下。2005委员会诚挚邀请您及对此论坛感兴趣的友人出席此次盛会。
首届论坛主题为【邓小平时代与未来三十年】,邀请到美国最负盛名的亚洲问题专家,哈佛大学费正清东亚研究中心前主任——傅高义教授(Dr. Ezra Feivel VOGEL)、邓小平家人及各界学者参加。论坛由杨澜主持,张维迎教授、周其仁教授出任嘉宾,和其他各界学者共聚一堂,为您解读中国政治、经济以及社会转型的历史变局以及内在逻辑;回顾过去三十年,中国怎样走过来,展望未来三十年,中国如何走下去;展开一场融贯中西的文化交流和思想碰撞。
“邓小平深刻影响了中国历史和世界历史的走向,也改变了每一当代中国人的命运。解读邓小平的政治生涯及其行为逻辑,就是解读当代中国,解读个人命运背后的历史变局。今天,从某种意义上讲,我们仍然生活在邓小平时代。”
——引自傅高义教授的著作《邓小平时代》
中国社会发展的道路,从哪里来,向何处去;今天的中国为什么是这样的,明天的你我将是什么样的;你和我,可以从《邓小平时代》理解我们亲历的中国改革时代。
论坛主题:邓小平时代与未来三十年
活动日期:2013年04月24日 (周三)
活动时间:18:30–21:00
活动地点:华侨大厦二层会议厅(北京东城区王府井大街2号)
活动流程:
18:30-19:00  签到
19:00-19:10  2005委员会理事长邓锋 开场辞
19:10-19:30  傅高义 主题演讲
19:30-20:45  杨  澜 主持嘉宾讨论
20:45-21:15  Q&A
本次论坛参会免费。
报名方式:
邮件:     info@2005committee.org
电话:     兰轶青 010-84467658-106、13910081330
赵 倩 010-84467658-101、15801601152

 

2012 OCCB Charity Christmas Ball

When: 1st December 2012, 7pm til’ Midnight

Where: Westin Beijing Chaoyang

What: Four-Course Traditional British Christmas Dinner and Wine Pairing

Luxury Ra ffle and Auction Prizes

Dancing ’til Midnight

Black Tie

Order Your Tickets Here!

https://yoopay.cn/event/53198264

Ticket Price: RMB 780 for Alumni from partner Alumni Clubs and Societies – Please register as a ‘guest’ and write the name of your Alumni Club in the ‘additional information’ section. Eg. Yale Club, etc. Upon submission and approval of your reservation request, you will be invited to submit payment for your tickets. Please make sure to complete both steps.

We sold out last year, so make sure you buy your tickets early! For tickets and to view photos from previous years, please follow this link: http://oxbridgebeijing.com/club-news/presenting…oxbridge-ball-2012-on-saturday-1st-december-2012-2/

All proceeds of the Ball will benefit the Half the Sky Foundation which is an international NGO that is
changing the face of orphan care in China. For more information, see http://www.halfthesky.org/en.

We would like to thank our Sponsors for making the OCCB Christmas Ball possible. If you or your company would like to become one of the sponsors of the ball, please contact Heng Kai Lee at sponsorship@oxbridgebeijing.com.

Questions? Contact OCCB Secretary Veronika at secretary@oxbridgebeijing.com or check our website www.oxbridgebeijing.com

 

Meet AmCham President Chris Murck

Dear Alumni and Friends,

Hope everyone is having a great Thanksgiving weekend full of close friends and good food. Let me take this opportunity to thank those who have come out in the past weeks to make our events with Rosemary Gallant, Patrick Chovanec and Paul Haenle so successful. We are deeply honored and humbled to have had the chance to bring leaders at all stages of their careers together this year, and it is in that spirit that we present the next event.

Please join us as we welcome the President of the American Chamber of Commerce in China, Christian Murck, for remarks on the collapse of career planning as a useful tool. His professional biography is as follows:

Christian Murck joined AmCham China in April 2010 as President. He is also the independent director of J.P. Morgan Chase (China) Ltd. He was elected Chairman of the Board of Governors of AmCham China in 2002 and 2003.

From 2001 to March 2010, Chris was with APCO Worldwide, first as Managing Director, China, and then as Chief Executive Officer, Asia. Before joining APCO, he was the Managing Director and Senior Country Officer of The Chase Manhattan Bank in Beijing for five years.

From 1991 to 1996, he lived in Taipei, where he managed Chase and its predecessor institutions’ branch. He also served as Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan in 1995 and 1996.

Chris graduated from Yale and then taught for two years at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He subsequently received a doctorate in East Asian Studies at Princeton University.
Chris is a highly sought-after speaker and we are very fortunate that he has agreed to take the time to share some of his insights with our group. Details below and please do not forget to RSVP as space is limited and this should be another great event. Hope to see you Wednesday!

TIME: Wednesday November 28, 7:30 pm
LOCATION: Global Trade Mansion (世贸国际公寓), Building C1, Apartment 22A.
FORMAT: Presentation to be followed by Q&A and reception
RSVPabesorock@gmail.com, 18201225490

Alumni Wine Tasting Events with Ponty Winery

November 26 & 27th

We are pleased to invite you to two exclusive events of French Bordeaux wine tasting and discussion with the wine-grower himself. On November 26th and 27th, we are excited to welcome fellow alum Helene Ponty (MIT Sloan ’10) and her father Michel Ponty, owners of the Ponty Winery in Canon Fronsac (Bordeaux, France). Since 1905, the Ponty Winery has been one of the top boutique wineries in the right bank of Bordeaux, and now one of the first family wineries to directly establish their own distribution in China.

Please see below for details of each event. RSVP with the event and number of guests to Helene (helene.ponty@lepontywines.com or 186-0018-5494) by Saturday, November 24th as attendance is limited. All friends are welcome!

Wines offered:
Clos Virolle 2009
Petit Renouil 2009
Chateau Grand Renouil 2006
Blanc de Grand Renouil 2009

EVENT 1: Wine Tasting and Discussion
Date: Monday, November 26th
Time: 7pm to 9pm
Venue: Global Trade Mansion (世贸国际公寓), 9 Guanghua Lu, Building C1, Apartment 22A, Buzzer code 221 (line 10 Jintaixizhao)
Price: 100RMB

On Monday, November 26th from 7pm to 9pm, at Global Mansion, Michel and Helene Ponty will explain how and why they decided to bring their wines themselves from Bordeaux to the customer in China and gladly answer all your questions about wine-making, wine-tasting and the wine industry. The rest of the event will be dedicated to a casual tasting of the Ponty wines.

EVENT 2: Wine Dinner: “Pairing Bordeaux Wines and Chinese Food”
Date: Tuesday, November 27th
Time: 7:30pm to 9:45pm
Venue: Madame Zhu’s Kitchen, B1/F, Bldg D, Vantone Center, 6 Chaoyangmenwai Dajie, Chaoyang (in the basement)
Price: 300RMB

On Tuesday, November 27th from 7:15pm to 9:45pm, at Madame Zhu’s Kitchen, Michel and Helene Ponty will host a wine dinner around the theme of “Pairing Bordeaux wines and Chinese food”. In a small setting they will go in more details into the specificity of their Bordeaux wines and how to pair them with Chinese dishes, and will engage in a lively discussion with the attendees.

Please RSVP with the event and number of guests to Helene (helene.ponty@lepontywines.com or 186-0018-5494) by Saturday, November 24th as attendance is limited. All friends are welcome!

***************
Michel Ponty biography:
Michel Ponty is the 4th generation of the Ponty family to be in charge of the family winery in Canon Fronsac, Bordeaux. Born on the vineyard estate, he started working there with his father and brother 40 years ago. Michel is the President of the Canon Fronsac association of winegrowers, President of the Confrerie des Gentilhommes de Canon Fronsac, and Representative for the Saint Emilion Pomerol Fronsac union. His wines have been awarded numerous prizes by the most famous guides and publications such as Guide Bettane et Desseauve, Guide Hachette and Revue du Vin de France. Michel Ponty focuses on producing high quality, elegant and non-standardized wines, in the respect of his long family tradition.

The Yale and Stanford Clubs of Beijing present

“Live in the Moment: A Buddhist Nun’s Dialogue with the World”

Venerable Dr. Yifa, Ph.D
Buddhist Nun, Scholar, and Writer Yale Ph.D in Religious Studies

7-9 p.m. on Wednesday, November 14

Join us for a relaxing after-work conversation and stress reduction exercise with the Venerable Yifa, who will discuss her experiences in the monastic life and secular world. Throughout her journey so far, Yifa has participated in many interfaith dialogues that touch upon topics such as mindfulness, the mystery of consciousness, and the balance between mundane career and spiritual cultivation. We look forward to hearing about her life as a nun and how she seeks to make Buddhist practice relevant to contemporary life. The talk will culminate with a short “Live in the Moment” stress relief exercise, which will then be followed by light food and tea and a chance to interact with Yifa for Q&A. End your day with a restorative and healing practice, and spend time with fellow Stanford and Yale Alumni!

 

Location: The Level Field (等身堂) 德胜门外大街冰窖口胡同一号院,四号楼 Building 4, First Courtyard, Bingjiaokou Hutong, Deshengmen, Beijing 100008 (one block west of Beijing Confucius Institute) 15910539963 / 010-82279510

 

Cost: 120 RMB including the exercise, light food and tea

Time: Please arrive at 7pm so we can begin the talk and practice promptly at 7:30; if you arrive late please enter quietly and join in the back so as not to disturb the exercise.

Who: Yale and Stanford Alumni Space for this event is limited.

RSVP REQUIRED before Monday, November 12th Please include your full name and Yale/Stanford affiliation: Yale – mbaileycarroll@gmail.com Stanford – taylercox@gmail.com

 

Venerable Dr. Yifa, Ph.D (依法法师) is a Taiwanese Buddhist nun, scholar, and writer. Ordained by the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Order in 1979, Yifa holds a law degree from the Taiwan National University, a masters in comparative philosophy from the Universtiy of Hawaii and a doctorate in religious studies from Yale University. She served as a department head and dean of University of the West during her tenure at the college.

Yifa has participated in many interfaith dialogues such as the Gethsemani Encounter, and contributed to the UNICEF South Asia’s Safe Motherhood Project. She is also the current director of the Woodenfish Program for college students.

In 2003, the United Nations awarded Yifa its Outstanding Women in Buddhism Award. In October 2006, she was honored at the 9th Annual Juliet Holister Awards Ceremony, which was held at the United Nations Headquarters. Yifa was recognized along with Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, who was honored posthumously.

Venerable Yifa has also been involved in translating sutras from Mandarin to English. Since 2006, Venerable Yifa and others have published translations of the Heart Sutra, Diamond Sutra, Ksitigarbha Sutra, and Amitabha Sutra.

Venerable Yifa and Fo Guang Shan seek to make Buddhist practice relevant to contemporary life. She lives at Hsi Lai Temple in Hacienda Heights, California.

 

Alumni Clubs of Beijing Halloween Party @SPARK

DATE/TIME: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 10PM – late PLACE: SPARK Club B108, The Place, 9 Guanghua Lu, 光华路9号世贸天阶B108

THEME:  Urban Avengers

DEALS: Free entry for guests dressed as super heroes / Buy a table, get a free bottle of champagne

RSVP: lilly@alum.mit.edu /or/ kate.shen@alumni.cmu.edu

QUESTIONS? Contact Kate Shen 136-9158-8463

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday,  Oct 28th: Art Appreciation 101

Art Appreciation 101

Come learn the basics of understanding and evaluating works of art!

Sunday Oct 28th, 2:00 – 4:00pm

Beijing has increasingly become a global hub for some of the most interesting masterpieces and contemporary works of art. Moreover, nearly all of the 1000+ exhibits that happen yearly in Beijing are open and accessible to all. Armed with some basic knowledge and artistic instinct, anyone can learn to appreciate art and even become a private collector!
On Sunday, October 28th, Professor Zhou Bo from the Chinese Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) will be presenting an introductory lecture on the basics of analyzing and appreciating art. His lecture will focus on Oil Paintings. It will introduce how to identify the genre and style of a painting, and discuss how various styles have evolved by introducing the critical work of some contemporary trend setters. If the feedback from this first lecture is positive, we will present a series of lectures culminating in a guided visit to the National Art Museum of China 中国美术馆.
Prof. Zhou Bo from Chinese Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), 中央美院 will be our lecturer. Prof. Zhou obtained his PhD degree in 20th Century Western Art History under guidance of one of China’s most renowned art critics, Mr. Yi Ying. He currently teaches art history courses at CAFA. Prof. Zhou has published over 40 papers internationally, and has also translated western art history text books such as “20th Century Art & Design” into Chinese. In addition to his academic work, Prof Zhou is also interested in researching contemporary Visual Art and hosting CAFA international exhibitions.
The lecture will be held on Sunday Oct 28, 2:00pm-4:00pm in Chinese, with notes in Chinese and in English. The cost will be 150 RMB per person to cover the fee for our lecturer, to be paid in cash at the door. In addition, once you reserve your seat to the lecture, we will email you the outline of the lecture for some background information.
To RSVP, please email mitclubbeijing@gmail.com by Oct 25 (Thursday). Friends and Family are welcome.
Venue:
Global Trade Mansion, 9 Guanghua Lu, Building C1, Apartment 22A
It is in an apartment complex Global Trade Mansion, next to THE PLACE (世贸天阶)

Thank you and see you on the 28th!

 

HYP Oktobeerfest and Halloween

WACCA WACCA Beam Alliance Fundraiser

Dear Alumni,

This Saturday, October 20th from 5-8 p.m.at Bar Blu in Sanlitun will be a fundraiser event to support BEAM Alliance

and their work towards improving education for migrant children. Details are below;

if there’re any questions, please contact Irene Shao at irene@beamalliance.com or

Joe Bruce at joe.bruce@beamalliance.com. Hope to see you there!

WACCA WACCA

PAC Man. Live action. Set in the Sanlitun North Village. This is a lethal combination

that spells FUN. Standing at the junction of nerd-dom and interactive design, BEAM, in partnership with Mashup, presents WACCA WACCA:

a team challenge that allows young professionals, international students, and young expats to

compete in one of the oldest and most beloved computer games for all ages. Come network with like-minded individuals, enjoy cheap drinks, and contribute to a good cause. Cost: 100 RMB for 2

drinks of choice at the door (or 3 drinks with pre-sale tickets – available at The Bridge, Veggie Table, and The Bookworm) All proceeds will fund educational

projects for migrant students.

 

 

UM Club September Outing – Hanshiqiao Wetlands

We hope that everyone’s summer has passed joyfully and to welcome the Fall season the UM alumni

club has organized an autumn outing at 北京顺义汉石桥湿地自然保护区. You can enjoy fresh air, watch various birds, explore the nature…The details are as

follows:

 

What: UM Alumni Club fall picnic

Where: 北京顺义汉石桥湿地自然保护区 - 北京市顺义区杨镇 - 010-61411577  61411200

When: 11:00a.m – 3;00p.m Sept. 22, 2012, Sunday (Sept 23, 2012 is an alternative)

Who: All your favorite Michigan Wolverines!

Transportation: We can organize a bus if necessary(get enough # of ppl), or you can drive there by yourself

Price: 100/person(transportation not included)

We hope that all can joy for what should be a great afternoon!

Please kindly RSVP to any of us by next Wed (Sept 19, 2012) including 1) whether you need a ride; 2) Which day you prefer (Sat. or Sun) so that we can decide whether to organize a bus or not.  If you have a car and can give a ride, pls also let us know.

Jasmine Zhang mmjasz@gmail.com

 

The Yale Club of Beijing Invites You to Brunch

with Dan Yergin

11:30 a.m. on Sunday, September 23, 2012

Daniel Yergin is the author of the new bestseller The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World which has been hailed as “a fascinating saga” about the “quest for sustainable resources of energy,” and  “the book you must read to understand the future of our economy and our way of life,” not to mention “necessary reading for C.E.O.’s, conservationists, lawmakers, generals, spies, tech geeks, thriller writers. . . and many others.”

 

He received the Pulitzer Prize for The Prize: the Epic Quest for Oil Money and Power, which became a number one New York Times best seller and has been translated into 17 languages.

 

Dr. Yergin is Vice Chairman of IHS and Founder of Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA) and serves as CNBC’s Global Energy Expert.

 

Other books by Dr. Yergin include Commanding Heights: The Battle for the World Economy. Dr. Yergin has also written for The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Financial Times, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, The Atlantic, Los Angeles Times, International Herald Tribune, and many other publications.

 

Both The Prize and Commanding Heights were made into award winning documentaries. The eight-hour miniseries The Prize was aired on PBS, BBC, and NHK and viewed by 20 million viewers in the United States alone. The 6-hour documentary Commanding Heights that Dr. Yergin produced received three Emmy nominations, and the New York Festivals Gold World Medal for best documentary.

 

Dr. Yergin serves on the U.S. Secretary of Energy Advisory Board and chaired the US Department of Energy’s Task Force on Strategic Energy Research and Development. He is a Trustee of the Brookings Institution, on the Board of the New America Foundation, and on the Advisory Board of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Energy Initiative.

 

Dr. Yergin holds a BA from Yale University and a PhD from Cambridge University, where he was a Marshall Scholar.

http://www.danielyergin.com/

The Yale Club of Beijing is also proud to present one of the winners of the Yale Club Book Award at this brunch:

We congratulate Karoline Aeon from Western Beijing Academy

 

XYZ Art Gallery

798 Middle Second Street, 798 Art District

北京798艺术区798中二街(比尔大叔红酒咖啡馆旁)

RSVP REQUIRED before Friday, September 21st to krystal.flores@aya.yale.edu

Please pay online through YooPay: https://yoopay.cn/event/DanYergin

100 RMB for Club members

120 RMB for Other Guests

At the door:

130 RMB for Club Members

150 for Other Guests

 

Q Mex Family and Friends Brunch

Yale Alumni, family and friends are welcome to join a weekend brunch featuring special arts and crafts for kids and delicious food for everyone else.  Feel free to pass on this invite to friends.

Date: Sunday, September 23rd,

Time: 11:30 – 13:30

 

RSVP by: Sunday, September 15

RSVP to: krystal.flores@aya.yale.edu

For directions: http://qmex.co/cs/index.php

The regular Brunch Menu includes, but is not limited to: huevervos con chorizo, huevoz a la mexicano, chilaquiles, quesadillas, tacos, bacon, sausage and more

Kids Menu includes:  Mini Quesadillas,

Mini Burrito, Mini Taquitos de Beef,  Empanadas

 

 

 

Cornell Club of Beijing: Afternoon Beers at Great Leap Brewery – Sunday 9/2 

We’re having a get-together this coming Sunday at the Great Leap Brewery in Doujiao

Hutong to celebrate the end of a Beijing summer over delicious microbrews — please come join!  Feel free to send it out to your respective listserves, and please

RSVP.  Info is below:

What: Afternoon beers to celebrate the end of a Beijing summer

Where: Great Leap Brewery, No. 6 Doujiao Hutong (大跌啤酒, 豆角胡同6号)

A map is attached — for first timers, it is easiest to take a cab to the 南门 of 南锣鼓巷, walk north to Jingyang Hutong (景阳胡同), and then walk west.  The brewery will be on your right hand side on an

unassuming corner, look out for a steel door with its name etched on it and

listen out for people speaking English.

When: Sunday, September 2nd 3:30 p.m.

RSVP: to Minerva Ho at ho.minervaw@gmail.com (Call her at 13811450297 if you get lost!)

 

 

Beijing Olympics 2012 (Yale Pool Party) 

The Yale Club of Beijing
invites you to our

Summer Olympics Pool Party 2012

When: Saturday, August 18th
Time: 2 p.m. until late (Dinner served at 5)
Who: You, your family, your friends, your kids!, fun people, etc.
Cost: Ages 3 and up 150 RMB per person*
*Includes all-you-can-eat Chinese and American buffet dinner & unlimited water and soda.  A limited number of alcoholic beverages will also be included.
Where: Dynasty Gardens (near the airport)**
**Please RSVP to be sent specific directions of how to get to the location

RSVP by Thursday, August 16, 12 p.m.
to krystal.flores@aya.yale.edu subject line “Pool Party”

Rain or shine, plan to have a fun time!
From 3-5, we will be renting the Wheel of Doom to be used in the pool
From 4-5 and 7-8, we will have swim races: SOM vs. LAW,  undergrad versus grad school, Stiles verses Davenport, Yale vs. friends of Yale, etc.

 

 

MIT Club Happy Hour – Thursday, August 9 

This month’s MIT Club Happy Hour is at Q Mex. Join us for cool summer

drinks and authentic Mexican food (the best in Beijing!)

Meet with old friends and new friends. All are welcome, so feel free to bring guests!

Please RSVP to: lilly@alum.mit.edu

Thursday, August 9th: 7:30pm-9:30pm

Q Mex

Gongti Beilu, Courtyard 4,

Behind The Bookworm, next to D Lounge and Kro’s Nest

工体北路4号院

T: 6585-3828

Map: http://www.cityweekend.com.cn/beijing/listings/dining/mexican/has/q-mex/

Please remember to RSVP to lilly@alum.mit.edu

Professor Michael Malone @ Bookworm  

Michael Malone is a professor in the Theater Studies Department and English Department at Duke University. He teaches about film, television, theater, and musical theater. He is the author of 11 novels, including Handling Sin and Uncivil Seasons.  He is also the author of a collection of short stories Red Clay Blue Cadillac and two books of non-fiction.  He has written plays and musicals, and also television shows for major networks. He won an Emmy award as head writer for the ABC soap opera “One Life to Live.” Other prizes include the O Henry Award, the Edgar Award, the Writers Guild Award. He joins us to speak on his prolific career and writing.

August 9, 2012 – 7:30pm

Price: 20/30 RMB

Purchase tickets at the venue.

Building 4, Nan Sanlitun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing

 

 

The Yale Club of Beijing Invites You to Brunch
“A Buddhist Nun’s Dialogue with the World”
Venerable Dr. Yifa, Ph.D
Buddhist Nun, Scholar, and Writer
Yale Ph.D in Religious Studies
11:00 a.m. on Sunday, July 22, 2012

Join us for an early August Brunch with the Venerable Dr. Yifa, Ph.D, who will discuss her experiences in the monastic life and secular world. Throughout her journey so far, Yifa has participated in many interfaith dialogues that touch upon topics such as mindfulness, the mystery of consciousness, and the balance between mundane career and spiritual cultivation. We look forward to hearing about her life as a nun and how she seeks to make Buddhist practice relevant to contemporary life.Ven. Dr. Yifa will also be holding a workshop this Saturday entitled “Living in the Moment 生在当下” near Deshengmen. For more information, please see: http://livinginthemoment.eventbrite.com/

XYZ Art Gallery
798 Middle Second Street, 798 Art District
北京798艺术区798中二街(比尔大叔红酒咖啡馆旁)
RSVP REQUIRED before Saturday, July 21st to events@yaleclubofbeijing.org

Pay At the door:
130 RMB for Yale Club Members
150 RMB for Other Guests

Venerable Dr. Yifa, Ph.D (依法法师) is a Taiwanese Buddhist nun, scholar, and writer. Ordained by the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Order in 1979, Yifa holds a law degree from the Taiwan National University, a masters in comparative philosophy from the Universtiy of Hawaii and a doctorate in religious studies from Yale University. She served as a department head and dean of University of the West during her tenure at the college.

Yifa has participated in many interfaith dialogues such as the Gethsemani Encounter, and contributed to the UNICEF South Asia’s Safe Motherhood Project. She is also the current director of the Woodenfish Program for college students.

In 2003, the United Nations awarded Yifa its Outstanding Women in Buddhism Award. In October 2006, she was honored at the 9th Annual Juliet Holister Awards Ceremony, which was held at the United Nations Headquarters. Yifa was recognized along with Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, who was honored posthumously.

Venerable Yifa has also been involved in translating sutras from Mandarin to English. Since 2006, Venerable Yifa and others have published translations of the Heart Sutra, Diamond Sutra, Ksitigarbha Sutra, and Amitabha Sutra.

Venerable Yifa and Fo Guang Shan seek to make Buddhist practice relevant to contemporary life. She lives at Hsi Lai Temple in Hacienda Heights, California.

 

Univ. of California schools’ Hiking

Dear Alumni and Friends,

You are cordially invited to join our hiking trip on Sat, July 21st, 2012.

To Register, go to:       https://yoopay.cn/event/66576242

Summary

Date:                      Saturday, July 21st, 2012

Setoff Time:            8:00 AM

Back to City:           7:00 PM

Destination:             Bai Hua Shan, about 2 hrs driving distance

Setoff Location:       Dongzhimen (in front of McDonald’s at Oriental Kenzo Plaza)

Participant: Berkeley, UCSD, Tsinghua, and PKU alumni and friends

Difficulty Level: Easy, kids over 7 years are welcome.

Budget:                   150 RMB

Contact Information:

–  Berkeley:     Ning   ning.ho2@gmail.com 139 1152 1803

–  UCSD:         Ning   ning.ho2@gmail.com 139 1152 1803

–  Tsinghua:     Maggie   maggielu.cn@163.com 136 6125 7857

–  PKU:           Bing   happy.niceice@gmail.com 135 0117 4031

–  PKU:           Yuqiong gaoyuqiong1128@126.com  159 0134 2496

 

 

House Lessons: A Conversation Between Two Traditions
Amy Lelyveld

Architect and Director of Yale School of Architecture’s Undergraduate
China Program with Tsinghua University

11:30 a.m. on Sunday, July 8, 2012

Join us for brunch as Amy Lelyveld, Yale ’89, discusses the assumptions and habits orbiting the development of the idea of “House” in the Chinese and Western traditions, what these tell us about where we live now, and how we might live in the future.

Amy Lelyveld teaches at Yale, Tsinghua and Peking Universities. She does research on the Chinese house in its many permutations, ancient to modern and directs the Yale School of Architecture’s undergraduate China Program, a collaboration with Tsinghua University’s School of Architecture. Ms. Lelyveld is also a practicing architect, the principal of the New York-based firm Amy Lelyveld, Architect PLLC, designing residential and institutional work in the United States as well as in China.

XYZ Art Gallery
798 Middle Second Street, 798 Art District
北京798艺术区798中二街(比尔大叔红酒咖啡馆旁)

Phone: 5762.3017
www.xyzartgallery.com

RSVP REQUIRED before Friday, July 6th to events@yaleclubofbeijing.org

Please pay online through YooPay:

http://yaleclubofbeijing.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=42f543b622f3763bb18423f23&id=9e264b3d79&e=aee3b51f7b
100 RMB for Club members
120 RMB for Other Guests

At the door:
130 RMB for Club Members
150 for Other Guests

 

12th Shanghai All Universities Mixer (6/21 7-11pm)

Dear Fellow Alumni and Friends,
Please join us for our 12th Semi-Annual Shanghai All Universities Mixer. With over 350 attendees, this is the largest mixer in Shanghai for alumni from universities abroad to mingle and network.
Participating alumni groups include: Berkeley/Haas, Boston University, Brown, Cambridge, Chicago, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Georgetown, Harvard, INSEAD, LBS, Michigan, MIT/Sloan, Northwestern/Kellogg, Oxford, Princeton, Stanford/GSB, UCLA, UPenn/Wharton, USC, Yale and others

Date/Time: Thursday, June 21, 2012 7-11 pm
Venue: Azul 378 WuKang Lu, 8F, near TaiAn Lu, Ferguson Lane, XuHui district 武康路378号8楼, 近泰安路 +86 (21) 5405-2252 Please take elevator to 7F and walk up to 8F.
Cost: RMB 100 per person Includes two premium drinks and canapes
Due to limited capacity of the venue, please RSVP and come early if you plan to attend. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/AllU12
Shanghai All Universities Organizers
Alfred Chu, Jerry Lin, Kim Tung & Roberto Lee

 

Network News to Diplomacy: Beijing by way of London, Tehran and New Haven

Jim Sciutto,

Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor to US Ambassador to China, Gary Locke

Former ABC News Senior Foreign Correspondent

11 a.m. on Sunday, June 3, 2012

James Sciutto, Yale ’92, will discuss the career choices that took him from reporting in over 40 countries around the world to serving as a top policy advisor for the US in China. Join us for brunch this Sunday and learn more about what it’s like to report from Myanmar in 2007, interview King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, and serve as Chief of Staff to the US Ambassador to China.

Venue: XYZ Art Gallery, 798 Middle Second Street, 798 Art District, 北京798艺术区798中二街(比尔大叔红酒咖啡馆旁)

RSVP REQUIRED** before Friday, June 1st to events@yaleclubofbeijing.org

Please pay online through YooPay:  https://yoopay.cn/event/yale-beijing-jim-sciutto

100 RMB for Club members

120 RMB for Other Guests

At the door:

130 RMB for Club Members

150 for Other Guests

 Jim Sciutto

Jim Sciutto is Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor to US Ambassador to China Gary Locke, a post he has held since December 2011.

Prior to accepting this political appointment, Sciutto was ABC News’ Senior Foreign correspondent. Based in London from 2002-2011 and then in Washington, Sciutto reported from more than 50 countries in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East, including more than a dozen assignments each in Iraq, Afghanistan and Iran. He contributed to all ABC News broadcasts and platforms, including “World News,” “Nightline” and “Good Morning America” and also anchored “World News” and “Good Morning America.”

 

In 2010, Sciutto won the Edward R. Murrow award for his reporting from Iran during the 2009 election protests. In 2008 he was awarded the George Polk Award for Television Reporting for his work from Myanmar, as well as a Citation for Excellence from the Overseas Press Club. Sciutto has defied government restrictions to report undercover from Myanmar, Zimbabwe and Iran several times.

 

He won Emmy awards in 2004 and 2005 for best story in a regularly scheduled newscast, covering northern Iraq for “Iraq: Where Things Stand.” He was nominated for other Emmys in 2005 for outstanding coverage of a breaking news story for “Crisis in Beslan” and in 2007 for Good Morning America’s “Around the World” series. In September 2008, Sciutto published a book based on his reporting experiences in the Middle East, entitled “Against Us: The New Face of America’s Enemies in the Muslim World,” published by Random House. Publishers Weekly called it “deeply insightful” and “captivating”; Booklist, “much-needed light on dark geopolitical realities”. ABC News’ Charlie Gibson said “It’s a solid job of reporting, a personal journey of discovery and a wake-up call for all who read it.”

 

Prior to joining ABC News in 1998, Sciutto was Hong Kong-based correspondent for Asia Business News, an Asia-wide TV network owned by Dow Jones. He covered China, and the region from Mongolia to the Korean peninsula to Southeast Asia. Sciutto’s first job in television was as moderator and producer of “The Student Press,” a weekly public affairs talk show for U.S. and Canadian college students broadcast on PBS.

 

Sciutto earned a BA *cum laude* in Chinese history from Yale University in 1992. He was a Fulbright Fellow in Hong Kong from 1993 to 1994. In 2008, he was selected as a lifetime member of the Council of Foreign Relations. In 2002, he was appointed Associate Fellow of Pierson College at Yale.

 

XYZ Art Gallery is located in 798 Art District. From Jiuxianqiao Rd turn east onto 797 Rd. Go straight until you reach Middle Second Street and turn right. XYZ Gallery will be on your right handside.

Address:

798 Middle Second Street, 798 Art District

北京798艺术区798中二街(比尔大叔红酒咖啡馆旁)

Phone: 5762.3017

www.xyzartgallery.com

 

May 31st 2012, Project KickStart Benefit Concert Featuring The Duke’s Men

Project KickStart

A Social Service Program of the Yale Club of Beijing

Presents

The Duke’s Men

of Yale University

Founded in 1952, The Duke’s Men of Yale have delighted audiences around the world, charming presidents and preschoolers alike. “Da Doox,” as they are affectionately known, have a repertoire that spans all genres as well as traditional Yale numbers!

Thursday, May 31, 2012

6:30 p.m. Cocktail Reception

7:00 p.m. Seating Begins

The American Club

28/F China Resources Building

No. 8 Jianguomen North Avenue

北京美洲俱乐部,建国门北大街8号华润大厦28层

Phone: 85191832

Dress Code: Smart Casual

Lucky draw prizes including a new iPad!

500 RMB – General Admission

300 RMB – 2009 or later graduates

Net proceeds go to Project KickStart Scholarship Fund

Please order tickets via YouPay: https://yoopay.cn/event/projectkickstart

*When ordering multiple tickets, please enter the names of ALL attendees under additional information in the your information section of the YouPay page.

*Those ordering five or more General Admission tickets can opt to have the tickets delivered to them by entering the delivery address and phone number under additional information on the YouPay page.

Please direct further inquiries to George Ling at georgefs005@gmail.com or Ben Cheng at 1bencheng@gmail.com with the subject “Duke’s Men Tickets”.

Established in 2005, Project KickStart provides students from rural areas with the opportunity to pursue higher education, by paying for their first year’s tuition and expenses at a Beijing university.  The rising cost has made it increasingly difficult for many rural families to send their children to university; thus, students with tremendous academic promise are forced to relinquish their chances for a brighter future. Project KickStart raises money to help students realize their dreams and offers them a foundation on which to build their academic careers.  To date, PKS has sponsored 17 students to attend Peking U., Tsinghua, and other first rate universities; six of them have already graduated and found employment.

 

Teach at BN Vocational School for Stanford’s International Day of Service

Dear Alumni,

The Stanford Alumni Club in Beijing is hosting an International Day of Service event this Saturday May 12, 9AM – 11:30AM and we are looking for volunteers who want to spend a few hours teaching with awesome people and doing something fulfilling.

We will teach an interactive and lively English lesson to vocational high school students (the lesson plan is on basic professional skills, including interview and communication skills) so it will be a great opportunity to make an impact in just a few hours.

What: Teach at BN Vocational School for Stanford’s International Day of Service

When: 9 AM – 11:30 AM, Saturday May 12

Where: 51 Wangjing West Road, Beijing (we will coordinate taxi carpools together)

Location & event info: http://alumni.stanford.edu/get/page/events/details?event_id=9369

TO SIGN UP: Contact Yen – email yenale@gmail.com; or call 186 1029 5084  or Tayler taylercox@gmail.com

 

 

UC-Berkeley Sponsored Spring 2012 All Universities Alumni Networking Mixer

EVENT BRIEFING

WHO : All foreign university students, alumni, and friends are invited

WHAT : 2012 All Universities Alumni Networking Mixer

WHERE : Loong Bar, JW Marriott Beijing, China Central Place (at DaWang Lu in CBD)

WHEN: Friday, April 27th 2012, 6:00 pm – until late (Rain or Shine!)

WHY : Networking opportunities for all – meet, greet, and make friends. Support and represent your school internationally! All proceeds go to fund the upcoming All Alumni Ball 2012 on May 12th.

HOW: Business Dress / Smart Casual required. Business cards required. 100 RMB cover at the door. All drinks 50% off!

WHO ARE WE AND WHAT IS THIS EVENT?

Since 2003, we have been hosting networking mixers for graduates of foreign schools studying, working or living in Beijing. This mixer marks the first of many All Universities Mixers in 2012. For the 9th year running, we continue to remain a non-profit and inclusive organization, dedicated to providing networking and social opportunities to new and old expats, young graduates, and professionals in Beijing.

At each gathering we try to select a “new” venue (and there seems to be an endless supply of them in Beijing). On this occasion, we have selected the Loong Bar at the JW Marriott at China Central Place (near DaWang Lu).

We will be offering fantastic drink specials for our attendees, however, space is limited, so remember to arrive early! All alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks will be 50% off for attendees.

Remember to bring your business cards as this should be largest business networking event in Beijing.

The All Universities Alumni Networking Mixer is where students and graduates from different foreign universities come together to network. Feel free to forward this invitation on to others. Club presidents, please send this invitation to your members as always.

Our past events have had great turn-outs! Participating schools in the past include Yale, UC Berkeley/Haas/Boalt, Cornell, Harvard/HBS, MIT/Sloan, Kellogg, Stanford/GSB, Cambridge, Oxford, Columbia, Chicago GSB, NYU, Brown, Princeton, Georgetown, U of Washington, UCLA, U of Texas, Thunderbird, INSEAD, plus many others. We expect most if not all of the schools to be represented.

The proceeds from this Mixer will be donated to help fund the All Alumni Ball 2012 (May 12th at the Hilton Hotel). The Alumni Ball is an ambitious project brought to you by over a dozen alumni associations in Beijing, and it is our first attempt at hosting a black-tie affair for university alumni and friends. We would like to give special recognition to the alumni club leaders of Brown, Carnegie Mellon, Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, MIT, Northwestern, NYU, Oxbridge, Princeton, Stanford, UC Berkeley and Yale. Contact your Alumni leader or president for more information.

DATE & TIME: Friday, April 27th, 2012 (Rain or Shine!)

From 6:00 pm – until late

LOCATION: Loong Bar @ the JW Marriott (in China Central Place) 万豪国际酒店

JW Marriott Tel: +86 (10) 5908 8913

*take the subway and get off at “DaWang Lu” Station (大望路), Exit A1 to avoid traffic*

*Behind Shin Kong Place

*Next to the Ritz Carlton

Map: http://www.marriott.com/hotels/maps/travel/bjsjw-jw-marriott-hotel-beijing/

COST: 100 RMB cover charge at the door

*Proceeds donated to help fund the upcoming Alumni Ball on May 12th

DRESS CODE & BUSINESS CARDS: “Business Casual” / “Smart Casual”

*Please remember to bring business cards!

Club Presidents: Remember to bring your school banners to show your school spirit! We will have space to hang them up. Club presidents should contact me directly for enquiries.

We look forward to seeing everyone there!

Rocky Lee

President of the UC Berkeley International Alumni Association

Co-President of the All Universities Club

 

 

All Alumni Mixer at Brussels

Dear CU Alumni,

Hope everyone enjoyed your holiday this week.  We are happy to announce an All Alumni Mixer at Brussels from 8-11pm next Friday, April 13 to get different alumni clubs out and build some buzz for the upcoming Alumni Ball on May 12. This mixer will be a three hour open bar for all of our clubs at the low price of 100 RMB per person!

Please see below (and the attached) for further details and directions to Brussels.  This event is the only opportunity to purchase Alumni Ball tickets offline.  More information about the Ball and other upcoming All Alumni events will be available at the mixer – come out and bring friends!

When: Friday, April 13th – 8pm to 11pm

What: Free Flow draft beer from 8pm to 11pm, Free flow mix drinks (Gin, whisky, vodka etc.) 9pm to 11pm and plenty of finger food!

Where: Brussels 2nd Floor,  4 Gongti Beilu, Inside Yuanjidian Research Center, 工体北路4号院机电研究院内 (Tel: 6591-9525)

Price: 100 RMB!

Website: http://www.cityweekend.com.cn/beijing/articles/mag-bj/new-bars/brussels-restaurant-bar-more-than-just-moules/

Brussels is Beijing’s newest Belgian-themed bar in the ‘Jing and it’s more than just Chimay and Belgian Fries!

Come represent your school and meet with other Beijing Alumni from top schools in the US, UK and Beijing. Whether you are an old timer here or new to Beijing, this is one event you do not want to miss. We will have the entire second floor to ourselves with Free Flowing Belgian draft beer and mix drinks and finger food – Don’t miss this great deal! Friends and family are welcome ~

Ticket Sale:

Discounted ticket sales to the Alumni Ball will be available at this event for 550 RMB– This is the only chance for you to purchase the ticket offline. The Alumni Ball is an exclusive event limited to 200 seats only – come get your tickets before it’s too late!

Event Details link: https://yoopay.cn/event/alumniball2012beijing

We look forward to seeing you there! ! RSVP/ Questions? Please contact: Dan18610557441 or Abe 18618358035

This event is sponsored by the Big Ten Schools: MSU, Northwestern, Wisconsin-Madison, OSU, UMich

 

 

2012 Columbia Community Outreach Event, April 28th

Columbia Alumni Association of Beijing

Presents

2012 Columbia Community Outreach Event

In support of

Chi Heng Foundation

Program for AIDS Impacted Children

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Family Brazilian BBQ

Saturday, April 28, 2012

11 AM to 2 PM

Latin Grillhouse

C1-11 building 1, Solana, No 6. Chaoyang Park West Road
朝阳公园西路六号蓝色港湾商业区1号楼C1-11 拉丁餐厅; Tel: 5905-6126, 5905-6128

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Price Include Donation and for Brazilian BBQ with unlimited Soft & Juice Drinks and Beer

RMB 180.00 per person; Children under 1.4 m height: RMB 100.00; Under 1 m height: Free

Tickets sold until April 27th at following locations:

Chi Heng Foundation Beijing Office

Suite 1202, Mei Hui Bldg. 4, No. 58 Dongzhong Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100027

北京市东城区东中街58号,美惠大厦4单元1202房间; Tel: (8610) 6554 2018; www.chiheng.org

 

International Center for Veterinary Services

Kent Center, No. 29 LiangMaQiao Lu, An Jia Lou, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100125

北京新天地国际动物医院: 北京市朝阳区安家楼亮马桥路29号,肯特中心

Tel: (8610) 8456-1939/1940/1941; Map 地图: www.ICVSASIA.com

Tickets sold daily: Mon-Sat, 8AM-8PM; Sun, 10AM-7PM

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Additional Ticket Sales Representatives (until April 25th):

Xu Fan (Xinjiekou / Beijing Normal University) – 135 8190 5390

Bill Valentino (Shunyi) – 139 0109 5369

Jess Montesano (Dongzhimen / Yonghegong / Xinjiekou) – 182 1053 6810

Karl Metzner (Sanlitun) – 135 0138 4022 

Eric Wang (Haidian District) – 188 0118 6212

Larry Sullivan (Chaoyang Park) – 186 1053 8897

 

RSVPs by permission only: Please email request to David Peng dhp9@columbia.edu

(Please note RSVPs must be honored and paid even due to cancellation)

 

For Information please visit www.columbiabeijing.com

Email: columbia_beijing@hotmail.com

 

 

 

哥伦比亚大学北京校友会

主办

二零一二年 哥伦比亚社区赞助活动

全面支持

    行    基    金    会

遗  孤  计  划

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巴西烧烤自助餐舞会

2012年四月二十八日星期六 上午 11点 至 下午 2点

LATIN GRILLHOUSE  |  拉丁餐厅

朝阳公园西路六号蓝色港湾商业区1号楼C1-11 拉丁餐厅; Tel: 5905-6126, 5905-6128

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门票包括活动费及巴西烧烤自助餐 (包含不限量饮用果汁, 软饮 和 啤酒)

票价: 成人: 人民币180元; 身高一米至一米四儿童: 人民币100元; 身高一米以下儿童: 免费

 

门票将在以下两个定点出售至四月二十七日

智行基金会北京办事处 Chi Heng Foundation Beijing Office

北京市东城区东中街58号,美惠大厦4单元1202房间

电话: (8610) 6554 2018; www.chiheng.org

 

北京新天地国际动物医院International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS)

北京新天地国际动物医院: 北京市朝阳区安家楼亮马桥路29号,肯特中心

电话: (8610) 8456-1939/1940/1941; 地图: www.ICVSASIA.com

售票时间: 周一至周六:早八点至晚八点; 周日:早十点至晚七点

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门票销售代表 (至 四月二十五日)

Xu Fan (新街口/北京师范大学) – 135 8190 5390

Bill Valentino (顺义) – 139 0109 5369

Jess Montesano (东直门/雍和宫/新街口)– 182 1053 6810

Karl Metzner (三里屯) – 135 0138 4022 

Eric Wang (海淀区) – 188 0118 6212 

Larry Sullivan (朝阳公园) – 186 1053 8897

要求RSVP订位订票者务必经过哥大北京校友会主席David Peng彭宏逖同意dhp9@columbia.edu (附注RSVP 者如取消订位订票后即有责任付清门票总额)

信息查询请访www.columbiabeijing.com

电子邮件columbia_beijing@hotmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

First Alumni Ball of  Beijing

Dear CU Alums,

You are cordially invited to the first Alumni Ball of Beijing!

Tickets are beling sold online exclusively through Yoopay, but may be bought in person at an inter-school mixer in April (exact date to be announced).

Individual tickets are now available for RMB 550. Columbia has a very limited number of tickets available for spots on a reserved table at the discount price of RMB 500. Please contact Karl Metzner (metzner.karl@gmail.com, 13501384022) if you would like to purchase one for yourself and up to one additional guest.   You are cordially invited to the inaugural   Alumni Ball of Beijing

on Saturday, May 12th, 2012   Join alumni from over 50 schools including top U.S. and U.K. universities in this black-tie gala celebrating social innovation!   Organized by the alumni clubs of Brown, Carnegie Mellon, Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, MIT, Northwestern, NYU, Oxbridge, Princeton, Stanford, UC Berkeley, UPenn, and Yale.   This is an exclusive event limited to 200 people. Tickets are sold on a first-come-first-serve basis, so purchase yours today!

For tickets and complete event details, please visit: https://yoopay.cn/event/?alumniball2012beijing

PLUS: Register now for a chance to win great wine and other gifts at the Alumni Ball, courtesy of TasteV.com: an online wine community helping its users find and share great wine. To enter, please visit: http://tastev.com/event/272/?2012+Alumni+Ball.html

 

 

Yale Club of Beijing Special Speaker Event and Discussion with Xiaoping Xu and Ming Wang on March 24

 

We are pleased to invite you to the Yale Club of Beijing’s Special Speaker Event on “创意创新创业”

 

China is never short of entrepreneurship, but always lacking in originality and creativity. That’s why “Shan Zhai” has become a notable phenomenon in manyfields.

 

As a well-know active angel investor and founder of Zhen Fund, Xiaoping Xu (徐小平) has the dedication to help and incubate early stage start-ups and thought leadership in advocating and supporting creativity.   As one of the early founders of New Oriental, he also helped shape minds of young students.

 

Min Wang (王敏) Yale Art School ’88 and Dean of Design School of CAFA (中央美院), Art Director of Beijing 08 Olympics will join Xiaoping Xu for a discussion and Q&A session after Mr. Xu’s key-note sharing.

 

When: Saturday, March 24 Time: 3:00-5:30pm Where:  Yale-Beida Joint Undergraduate Program.   Leo Koguan Building, RM 240  (耶鲁北大联合项目办公室,北京大学廖凯原楼240室。如乘地铁4号线,北大东门站下车,A口出向北300米)

Space is limited. Please RSVP by Friday, March 23 at noon to  stella.xu@zivarly.com

 

 

 

 

 

Chinese Art Appreciation

Chinese Art Appreciation with Craig Yee and Chris Reynolds (Yale BK’ 99)

When: 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 1, 2012

Where: Suite 902, Tower 16, Central Park Apartments,

#6 Chaowai Dajie, Chaoyang District

北京市朝阳区朝外大街6号新城国际公寓16号楼902室

Cost: Free

RSVP: by noon on Friday, March 30th 2012 to carol.li@aya.yale.edu – capacity is limited

Have you ever stood in front of a classical Chinese landscape and wondered how to tell if it is a masterpiece?  Or even where to start looking?

Would you like to understand better why Chinese ink painting has inspired and enlightened sophisticated viewers for more than a thousand years, and why it is valued so highly that it has become the hottest area of the global art market?

We invite you to a workshop that will teach you how to better analyze and appreciate traditional Chinese painting.  The experience is built around an exclusive preview of 24 paintings by Wu Changshuo (1844 -1927) – thought of by many as “the Cezanne of China” – before the selection is exhibited in a major American museum later this year.  The workshop will help you comprehend not just the beauty of the art, but also its deeper philosophical, emotional, poetic, historical and religious content.

Your hosts, Craig Yee and Chris Reynolds (BK’ 99), are Stanford- and Yale-educated art curators and educators, and manage several important private collections of traditional Chinese paintings.  They have lectured and organized exhibitions at major Chinese and Western institutions such as the Asian Art Museum, Honolulu Academy of Arts, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, The Society for Asian Art, and Tsinghua University.  They also have co-taught a popular Masters’ degree course on Art Management at Hong Kong Baptist Visual Arts Academy.  Mr. Yee and Mr. Reynolds are experienced in teaching both Chinese and foreigners with widely varying degrees of art knowledge how to understand and connect with this quintessentially Chinese art form.

This is a private 1.5 hour session only for the Yale community, and capacity is limited to 20 people.   Your RSVP will be processed on a first-come first-served basis.  Preference will be given to Yale Club members.

Please arrive promptly, or you will disrupt the structured educational program.

 

Upcoming events at Studio-X |Studio-X近期展

Saturday, November 24, 4 – 6 pm,
X-Agenda: Vector Architects: Intervening
Exhibition Dates: 11/24 – 12/15

Vector Architects: Intervening

This winter, Studio-X Beijing features the second X-Agenda micro exhibition of Vector Architects: Intervening, mainly including 8 projects from Vector Architects of the recent years, in the form of architectural model, drawing and video. Vector Architects, a Beijing-based architecture firm, was founded in Beijing in 2008. Both its partners, Gong Dong and Chien-Ho Hsu, are graduated from prestigious architectural institutions abroad, and have worked for world renowned firms in the field of architecture for years in the United States. Vector Architects addresses the relationship between architecture and life, the establishment of social space, and building tectonics as the key motivations for every design and architectural practice. Works from the exhibition will be on view from Studio-X Beijing from November 24 – December 15. Welcome to join our opening ceremony. Drinks and snacks will be provided in the afternoon of November 24.

Studio-X哥伦比亚大学北京建筑中心很荣幸地邀请到直向建筑事务所在Studio-X空间举办展览“直向介入”。作为X-Agenda微展系列的第二站,直向介入将主要呈现直向建筑近几年来正在进行或已经完成的8个项目,并展出与此相关的建筑模型、图纸及影像等。直向建筑于2008年在北京成立。合伙人董功和徐千禾均于国内外接受完整的建筑专业教育,并先后在美国著名建筑师事务所工作多年。对于直向建筑而言,建筑对于生活的关照,社会性空间的营造,和对于建筑逻辑正确性的坚持,是每一次设计实践中一贯追求的理念准则。本次展览将于11月24日开始,并持续至12月15日。同时,欢迎参加我们在11月24日(周六)下午4点举行的开幕仪式,现场将提供红酒、饮料和糕点,敬请享用。

Location: A103, 46 Fangjia Hutong, Andingmen Inner Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing
地址:北京市东城区安定门内大街方家胡同46号A103
微博:哥大北京建筑中心
电话:86 10 64018208

 

Jane Goodall Gala Dinner

An Evening With Jane Goodall Gala Dinner

Come and join Jane for an evening, in supporting Roots & Shoots!

This November come hear Dr. Goodall speak at our An Evening With Jane Goodall Gala Dinner. This is a unique opportunity for you to listen to Jane talk about her experiences in Africa, her passions, her work today and her thoughts for the future. She is a dynamic and inspiring speaker, don’t miss this chance!

An Evening With Jane Goodall will be a fun evening with student performances, a silent and live auction, a raffle lucky draw, and of course a keynote address by Dr. Goodall. We are expecting 300 prominent Beijing local and international residents, among them US Ambassador Locke and UK Ambassador Wood. Come enjoy the evening’s events as well as craft beer and sparkling wine.

World-renowned primatologist, conservationist and UN Messenger of Peace, our founder, Jane Goodall, has inspired hundreds of thousands in China since her first visit to China in 1998. 2012 will mark Jane’s thirteenth visit to Beijing. In honor of her visit we will be hosting An Evening With Jane Goodall Gala Dinner. All funds raised will be used to continue dedicated Roots & Shoots projects like school wide recycling programs, organic gardens, volunteering at animal shelters and collaborating on the world-wide No Shark Fin campaign. We hope you can join us!

An Evening With Jane Goodall Gala Dinner

Date: Saturday, November 3, 2012

Time: 6:30 PM Cocktail reception

7:30 PM Doors open

Venue: Hilton Beijing (San Yuan Qiao)

Price: 1,000 RMB per ticket

Formal attire, this event is for those aged 14 and above.

Please contact Kristy Milburn for more information.

kristy@jgichina.org

For tickets you may either buy online (click the link below), or you may visit any of the ticket sales locations listed below starting September 15th.

https://yoopay.cn/event/JaneGoodallDinner2012english

The Bookworm

No. 4 Courtyard, Sanlitun South Street, Chaoyang District

Tel: 0(10) 6586 9507

Hilton Beijing

1 Dongfang Road, North Dong Sanhuan Road, Chaoyang

Tel: 0(10) 5865 5000

ICVS

International Center for Veterinary Sciences, No. 13-16 Rong Ke Gan Lan Cheng Shang Jie Fu Tong Xi Da Jie, Wangjing, Chaoyang

Tel: 0(10) 8456 1939

ISB PTA

No. 10, An Hua Street, Shunyi

Tel: 0(10) 8149 2345

Roots & Shoots Office at BCIS

Beijing City International School, Room 1309, 77 Baiziwan Nan Er Lu, Chaoyang

Tel: 0(10) 6778 3155

WAB Parent Link

Elementary School or HUB Building, 10 Lai Guang Ying Dong Lu, Chaoyang

Tel: 0(10) 5986 5588

 

 

 “Beijing Opera Demystified” performance at 798 by foreign Monkey King Ghaffar

A live performance and multi-media experience by Ghaffar Pourazar and The professional performers and musicians of The International center for Beijing Opera.

He devoted his life to mastering Beijing Opera NPR “MONKEY MAGIC”, China’s English Monkey King, Asian Wall St. Journal

“Beijing Opera, my wife” a love story, documentary by  CCTV

He made my understanding & appreciation of beijing opera 200 times. I love it now. John Cacciatore

Place: Xiao Ke Theater @ Beijing 798 Artist Village

Occasion: 751 International Design Festival

Time: September 29  & October 5, 6  @3:00 in the afternoon

Entrance by donation: Recommended contribution: RMB 100, 150; 50 for students/children

Phone:   18710075094, 13121873627

Email: beijingopera@yahoo.com

He lets you inside the Chinese mind & the ancient tradition.

He takes you through the joys & tragedies of 2 decades of gruesome training with the Beijing Opera.

He sings, acts, dances, paints his face, costumes, fights and performs while using multi-media to give the information you need to understand the plots, colors and movements.

 

 

 

BJ FoODiEs – SEP CHARITY MEAL

Sunday Sep 2nd 2012 6:30 pm

PINOTAGE

Lane Bridge Villa Compound, Laiguanying Donglu
来光营东路9号

Ph: 6430-7010 (do call for directions)
RESTAURANT INTRO: PINOTAGE

Sep is just around the corner and the team has been busy planning a goodbye

summer feast!! We didn’t want to do just a regular BJ FoOdies meal, but an indulgent kick-of to Fall. Pinotage is OUR FAVORITE secret destination for a perfect

combo of amazing gastronomic cuisine, the most affordeliciouswine list & chill-laxing venue (think huge patio overlooking lake filled with lotuses)

Our Chef & good friend Amber has come up with a stunning Chef’s

Tasting Menu of all her best South African dishes with amazing drink

deals for the night. Pleas TRUST us when we say that this meal is worth

the trip out, it’s located right across from WAB International school &

our favorite closest eatery when we want to spend a day away from the city

We’re starting this feast a little earlier than usual not for eating (food will

still start around 730pm as usual) but to invite ya’ll to come down and enjoy a pre-late afternoon/early dinner couple glasses of wine or beer & CHILLAX on

one or the last days of summer. Come say goodbye to summer with us & say hello to Fall 🙂

Please take a second to RSVP as it will help loads with the numbers

GIMMIE SOME SOUTH AFRICAN GRAZE

 

[ STARTERS / LEKKER ]

SWEETCORN SOUP SHOT

w/ corned foam, cheweereekeys, truffled popcorn

MR. BILLTONG

w/ home-made cured beef, avocado quenelle, parmesan flakes, olive oil, aged balsamic

OPEN BEETROOT RAVIOLI

w/ whipped goats cheese, roasted pine nuts, sliced beetroot, red wine reduction

MINI CRAB TIAN

w/ sesame wonton pastry, diced avocado cubes, crab broekie

[ MAINCOURSE / AARBEIE VEL ]

 

SLOW BRAISED LAMB SHANK SAMOSA

w/ nooit moeg lamb, vier oë sauce, samosa crisp

UMAMI BEEF BURGER SLIDERS

w/ umami seasoning, home-made ketchup, caramelized onions, parmesan crisp, oven dried tomatoes

BOBOTIE BITES

w/ rooibos & bay leaf custard, cape malay minced beef, peach chutney

 

BOREWORSE LEGENDARIESE

w/ south african sausage, maze meal puree, onion & tomato brie die

[ SWEET ENDINGS / HEERLIK ]

MALVA PUDDINGS

ONGELOOFLIKE MILK TARTS

KOEK SISTERS

+ Glass of Vino, Soft Drink, Beer

SEP Charity Theme: ‘ROOTS’

http://www.jgichina.org/en/

The charity to receive this months proceeds will go to ‘ROOT & SHOOTS’ – R&S was started by Dr. Jane Goodall and is an international hands-on environmental & humanitarian education program dedicated to making

positive change happen for communities, wildlife & environmental causes.

The principle of the charity is that everyone has the ability to bring about change

Cost: ¥120/head + glass of Vino

(AND TONS OF DRINK SPECIALS ON THE NIGHT!)

 

 

 

Aug 29th Wine and Design, by Nuandao.com

Nuandao.com, China’s leading daily sales site for design products, would like to invite you to an evening of wine and design at Enoterra at Nali Patios, next Wednesday, August 29th. Over 200 creatively conceived products from domestic and international designers will be on display, including jewelry, apparel, digital products, and home decor. Many of the items will be available at a sizable discount to retail prices.
Enoterra will provide free flow wine and tapas from 6:30 – 9:30 pm. Admission: RMB 100
Wine and Design is brought to you in partnership with Better Homes and Gardens and Kartell Furniture
暖岛邀请您参加 “Wine and Design”
暖岛网(www.nuandao.com) 将在本月29号于三里屯那里花园Enoterra红酒吧举办以“Wine & Design”为主题的集市派对,特邀您一同前来参与。此次活动将展现30几位国内外设计师与品牌的200多种设计精品,包括饰品,服装,家居,数码等类产品。活动参与者将享受低于市价的优惠折扣。
Enoterra将在活动期间提供无限畅饮进口葡萄酒和西班牙风味小吃 (6:30 – 9:30 pm)。参与费:RMB 100
这次Wine and Design集市派对由意大利著名家居品牌 Kartell 和《美好家园》杂志协助举办。

 

 

Paella Night at OLE!

Paella Night at OLE! is back for Summer. The best value event in Beijing. 3 glasses of your choice of Spanish Wine and/or Sangria. 2 courses of PAELLA (Black Rice or Mixed Paella).  RMB 90//JUNE 27TH//19.30. RSVP at vicente@dswines.cn

Igniting opportunities through education in China, 7 p.m., June 21st, 2012

Buy tickets now – This Thursday, June 21st, dinner with speaker Rachel Wasser at new restaurant, Lost Heaven*in Legation Quarters (Qianmen 23号).

Rachel M. Wasser*, co-founder of Teach for China speaks at Lost Heaven. Teach For China recruits, trains, and supports top graduates from China and the United States to work side-by-side as full-time teachers in China’s most under-resourced schools.

250RMB members / 300RMB non-members

Buy your ticket online, here http://85broads.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=af1fca4c0f233dbe028a74f5b&id=7d6fde7848&e=e247de1371

Lost Heaven Yunnan Folk Cuisine

23 Qianmen Dong Dajie, Dongcheng district (8516 2698).

东城区前门东大街23号G单位

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Debora Spar, President of Barnard College speaks in Beijing

“Three Deaths and A Problem: The State of Higher Education in the United States Today”

Barnard College Lecture & Reception

Tuesday, June 12th at 3:00 PM

Columbia Global Centers East Asia

No. 26, 1F Core Plaza, No.1 Shanyuan Street, Zhongguancun, Haidian,

Beijing, CHINA

RSVP by June 6, 2012 | FREE

Learn more http://85broads.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=af1fca4c0f233dbe028a74f5b&id=2b54b2d6c9&e=e247de1371

 

 

New Round of Auditions

Dear Singers!

Another round of auditions is coming up. Please spread the word to anyone you know that would like to audition for the IFC!  We are in particular need of tenors and basses (as always).

Here is the info:

Date: Tuesday, 19 June

Time: 7:00-9:00pm

Location: Shuangjing Area

Please email Sophie (auditions@beijingifc.org) for more details.

IFCers!

我们要举行新一轮的试听。请大家广播远传,告诉你们爱唱歌的朋友来试听一下!我们特别需要男高和男低的人(正常。。。呵呵!),请大家对这方面的资源特别留意~!

详情如下:

日期:2012年6月19日(周二)

时间:晚七点至九点

地点:双井

更多信息请直接联系Sophie(auditions@beijingifc.org)。

 

 

 A Rendezvous in Shenqiu, Henan (the Evening of 1June, Friday to the Evening of 3June, Sunday)

 

Away from the hustle bustle of Beijing …

Get off the beaten track with Cambridge, Columbia and Oxford alumni and friends …

An unforgettable Childrens Day weekend visiting a special group of children …

See the real countryside of China unspoiled by tourism (source: www.shenqiu.gov.cn)…

Play with innocent, fun-loving and infinitely inspiring AIDS orphans*…

Experience the traditional hospitality of rural China

 

* To watch a clip about these inspiring children, check outhttp://v.qq.com/program/mmm/621.htmo 艾滋遗孤英文版

 

2012-6-1, Friday, dinner: Beijing West Station – Luohe K471 19:30—06:16

 

2012-6-2, Saturday, am: Check-in at hotel in Shenqiu, breakfast, visit to eco-bag workshop established for HIV-infected women. Lunch: Lunch at the workshop. pm: Visit to Chi Heng reading room, painting and playing games with AIDS-impacted children, visit to their homes. Dinner: Dinner at Shenqiu, sharing session

 

2012-6-3, Sunday, am: Playing games with AIDS-impacted children in the park, prepare performance with them in small groups. Lunch: Lunch, performance of show by groups, prize giving. pm: Shenqiu-Luohe-Beijing West. Dinner: Light meal on the train.

 

Cost: The price for the trip is RMB3000 per person (concessionary price of RMB2700 for students). Of this, RMB600 (or RMB300 for students) will go to Chi Heng Foundation’s charity arm as donation to its sponsorship to AIDS orphans; RMB2400 will go to Chi Heng Foundation’s social enterprise arm as all-in cost for the trip, excluding train tickets from and to Beijing which will cost from about RMB340, which can be purchased individually or collectively at the train station. Chi Heng Foundation’s social enterprise arm is independent from Chi Heng Foundation’s charity arm and is not subsidised by the donations that Chi Heng Foundation collects for sponsorship to AIDS-impacted children in China.

 

More information about Shenqiu: Shenqiu is located in Henan Province. In the 1990s, many poor peasants in Central China sold blood to earn extra money for a living. Many blood collection stations operated illegally with unsanitary practices for blood collection. As a result, it is estimated that as high as 60% of the adult population have been infected with HIV in some villages. Shenqiu is such a village. Many parents have already died of AIDS and those who are still alive are suffering from the disease or have been widowed by it. Some of them live in such dire poverty that they cannot afford to feed, clothe or educate their children. Many children lost their parents because of AIDS. Most of these orphans do not have HIV themselves as their parents contracted the virus after they were born. These children, however, still have to endure poverty, sickness in the family and discrimination. Chi Heng Foundation organises the trip to show care, support and respect for the villagers suffering from or impacted by AIDS by encouraging and playing with the children, dining with the families and visiting an eco-bag workshop set up by Chi Heng Foundation’s social enterprise arm to hire HIV infected women to generate employment opportunities for local families supported by Chi Heng Foundation.

 

More information about Chi Heng: Chi Heng Foundation (CHF) was founded in 1998 and is a registered charity in Hong Kong. The philosophy of “Chi Heng” is to put “wisdom into action” to help the underprivileged. CHF’s work in China focuses on providing comprehensive care and support to AIDS impacted children, with education being the main focus. Since 2002, CHF has been providing assistance to these children in Central China, so that they can continue their schooling. So far, CHF has cumulatively sponsored more than 13,000 AIDS impacted children and youths. CHF has set up local offices in Henan, Anhui and Yunnan Provinces to follow up on the needs of the children and provide timely assistance. With over 200 volunteers for AIDS Prevention and Education program in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Xi’an, CHF has intervened over 100,000 high risk people. After years of hard work, CHF’s work has gained wide recognition and commendation. Supporters of CHF include individuals and various institutions domestically and abroad. With the support of Jet Li One Foundation, UNESCO, Global Fund and Clinton Foundation, CHF has successfully implemented various relief projects to help AIDS impacted children and AIDS Prevention programs. For more details, check out http://www.chihengfoundation.com/index_en.html

 

Reservation and more information about the trip: please contact Josh Luo at Chi Heng Foundation at josh@chiheng.org or Kalok Yip, Scholarship Officer at Oxford and Cambridge Club Beijing, at kalok.yip@gmail.com.

 

 

 

ChART Experiences, Contemporary Chinese Art, Open House, Youth Programs, ChART STOP and More!!!

Born in Changsha, Huang Xiaoliang is taking the photography scene in China by storm. His work is poetic and nostalgic, drawing inspiration from childhood memories and the impact of urbanization on the environment. ChART invited Huang to participate in the Open House project. He created his first series of animated videos and a series of four photographs. Projected on the walls of a 5 – story walkup apartment housed within a local Chinese community, Huang documented visitors interacting with his work. If you are interested in learning more about this project or would like to add this work to your collection contact: info@chartcontemporary.com.

 

出生于长沙的黄晓亮为中国摄影界带来了一阵旋风。他从自己的童年回忆以及都市化对他生长环境的影响中汲取灵感,作品充满了怀旧的诗意感。ChART曾经邀请过黄晓亮参加“样板间”项目,他为项目创作了一个系列的动画视频以及一组4副的摄影作品。黄晓亮将这些作品陈列于一个无电梯的老居民小区的墙上,然后记录下路过的人对他作品的反应和互动。如果你想了解更多关于这个项目的细节或者想购买其中的艺术作品,请发送邮件至: info@chartcontemporary.com

Beijing gets steamy during the summer months and we’re cranking up the heat with ChART experiences designed for students, families, collectors and art lovers. Learn what is happening on the ground in the contemporary Chinese art world with experts who have over 15 years of combined expertise. From historical background to market analysis, visit the best exhibitions, meet with artists in the studio and explore private collections through our bespoke ChART experiences. If you are looking for a standard tour guide with a flag, we suggest you visit the Great Wall. ChART experiences are designed with you and for you.

 

北京的夏天总是蒸汽腾腾的,弥漫着黏粘的空气。我们正在启动ChART experiences,为正在感受炎夏的学生,家庭,收藏家以及艺术爱好者们量身打造可以安然度过一夏的艺术导览计划。我们将带领大家与从业经验超过15年的艺术专家一起去了解当今中国当代艺术世界正在经历什么:从中国艺术的历史背景到当今艺术史上的分析我们都将涉猎,并会带领大家去参观最棒的展览,去工作室与艺术家见面,同时为大家推荐最适合私人收藏的艺术作品。如果你想要的是有那种跟着小旗子走的旅行,那么我们建议你还是去参观长城吧。ChART experiences是与你一起设计并只为你量身打造的旅程。

TALK ART, spearheaded by ChART Contemporary’s Co-founder KC Vienna Connolly encourages young people to explore and express ideas through art viewing while improving their English communication skills. ChART recently, organized a TALK ART program for a group of University students from the Philippines, which was followed by a gallery walk highlighting the most impressive exhibitions on view in 798.  If you are interested in learning more about how your child can get involved contact kcvienna@chartcontemporary.com.  Special thanks to David Ben Kay and his team at Yuanfen~Flow for supporting our mission of bringing together art & people.

TALK ART是由ChART Contemporary的创建人之一KC Vienna Connolly着力推广的项目,旨在带领年轻的朋友去探索以及表达他们对于艺术的观点,开拓艺术眼界,同时提高他们的英语交流能力。ChART近期组织的TALK ART活动是带领来自菲律宾的一群大学生参观798艺术区内最重头和值得一看的展览。如果你有兴趣帮你的孩子了解更多这个项目,         请发送邮件至:kcvienna@chartcontemporary.com。     非常感谢David Ben Kay以及他的缘分汇(Yuanfen~Flow)团队一直以来对于我们的“连接人与艺术”使命的大力支持。

ChART STOP is a curatorial experiment and platform for creatives to meet and engage with the local community and Beijing’s art scene. Located on the road dividing the art world and the local Chinese community in the Caochangdi art district. Directly opposite ChART STOP, we face the minimal red brick buildings designed by Ai Weiwei, which are teeming with collectors, art dealers, commercial galleries and designers. To our left and right, we find ourselves sandwiched between local families living in spaces ranging from 10–50 sqm. Children play hide and seek behind parked cars while retired men and women perch on small stools gossiping the hours away, fanning themselves to escape the summer humidity.       ChART STOP is open Tuesday – Friday from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm.     Please STOP by or call to make an appointment. + 86 138 1092 9464

 

ChART小站是一个实验性的策展机构,同时也是一个提供有创意的艺术家们去见识以及融入北京当地艺术圈机会的平台。ChART小站坐落在草场地艺术区,处在艺术世界与市井民生的交界处。小站的正对面,是由知名艺术家艾未未设计的红色砖楼模型,是收藏家,艺术品交易商,商业画廊主和设计师们经常出没的场所;而在我们周围方圆10-50平米之内,就是当地居民的楼房。孩子们在停靠的车辆中间穿梭,玩着捉迷藏的游戏,老人和妇女则挥着蒲扇,聊着家常,安然地渡过又一季炎夏。 ChART小站开放时间为每周二至周五,早10点至晚6点     你可随意来参观或与我们预约参观,预约电话为:+ 86 138 1092 9464

 

 

 

 

2012 Columbia Community Outreach Event, April 28th

 

Columbia Alumni Association of Beijing

Presents

2012 Columbia Community Outreach Event

In support of

Chi Heng Foundation

Program for AIDS Impacted Children

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Family Brazilian BBQ

Saturday, April 28, 2012

11 AM to 2 PM

Latin Grillhouse

C1-11 building 1, Solana, No 6. Chaoyang Park West Road
朝阳公园西路六号蓝色港湾商业区1号楼C1-11 拉丁餐厅; Tel: 5905-6126, 5905-6128

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Price Include Donation and for Brazilian BBQ with unlimited Soft & Juice Drinks and Beer

RMB 180.00 per person; Children under 1.4 m height: RMB 100.00; Under 1 m height: Free

Tickets sold until April 27th at following locations:

Chi Heng Foundation Beijing Office

Suite 1202, Mei Hui Bldg. 4, No. 58 Dongzhong Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100027

北京市东城区东中街58号,美惠大厦4单元1202房间; Tel: (8610) 6554 2018; www.chiheng.org

 

International Center for Veterinary Services

Kent Center, No. 29 LiangMaQiao Lu, An Jia Lou, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100125

北京新天地国际动物医院: 北京市朝阳区安家楼亮马桥路29号,肯特中心

Tel: (8610) 8456-1939/1940/1941; Map 地图: www.ICVSASIA.com

Tickets sold daily: Mon-Sat, 8AM-8PM; Sun, 10AM-7PM

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Additional Ticket Sales Representatives (until April 25th):

Xu Fan (Xinjiekou / Beijing Normal University) – 135 8190 5390

Bill Valentino (Shunyi) – 139 0109 5369

Jess Montesano (Dongzhimen / Yonghegong / Xinjiekou) – 182 1053 6810

Karl Metzner (Sanlitun) – 135 0138 4022 

Eric Wang (Haidian District) – 188 0118 6212

Larry Sullivan (Chaoyang Park) – 186 1053 8897

 

RSVPs by permission only: Please email request to David Peng dhp9@columbia.edu

(Please note RSVPs must be honored and paid even due to cancellation)

 

For Information please visit www.columbiabeijing.com

Email: columbia_beijing@hotmail.com

 

 

 

哥伦比亚大学北京校友会

主办

二零一二年 哥伦比亚社区赞助活动

全面支持

    行    基    金    会

遗  孤  计  划

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巴西烧烤自助餐舞会

2012年四月二十八日星期六 上午 11点 至 下午 2点

LATIN GRILLHOUSE  |  拉丁餐厅

朝阳公园西路六号蓝色港湾商业区1号楼C1-11 拉丁餐厅; Tel: 5905-6126, 5905-6128

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门票包括活动费及巴西烧烤自助餐 (包含不限量饮用果汁, 软饮 和 啤酒)

票价: 成人: 人民币180元; 身高一米至一米四儿童: 人民币100元; 身高一米以下儿童: 免费

 

门票将在以下两个定点出售至四月二十七日

智行基金会北京办事处 Chi Heng Foundation Beijing Office

北京市东城区东中街58号,美惠大厦4单元1202房间

电话: (8610) 6554 2018; www.chiheng.org

 

北京新天地国际动物医院International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS)

北京新天地国际动物医院: 北京市朝阳区安家楼亮马桥路29号,肯特中心

电话: (8610) 8456-1939/1940/1941; 地图: www.ICVSASIA.com

售票时间: 周一至周六:早八点至晚八点; 周日:早十点至晚七点

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门票销售代表 (至 四月二十五日)

Xu Fan (新街口/北京师范大学)135 8190 5390

Bill Valentino (顺义) – 139 0109 5369

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