Join us in Beijing this Saturday for what’s sure to be an inspiring, thought-provoking, and interesting discussion on the recent success of Black Panther and its implications for race, gender, and political issues.
The special film screenings will be in New York city on March 16-22 at the AMC Empire 25. The special guest speakers and panel that follow are sure to be a treat to all!
This year’s PIFOCNY was the biggest yet!
From February 15th – 21st Project Pengyou Chapters across the nation will celebrate Chinese New Year by Paying it Forward (PIFOCNY for short). They will “adopt a school” in their community to visit and inspire kids to learn about China and of the importance of global citizenship.
The Middlebury Chapter celebrated #PengyouDay with a week of activities and ended with a fascinating lecture given by Cornell professor, Andrew Mertha.
November 16 was our fourth annual national Pengyou Day! Young leaders all across the U.S and China held events to promote U.S.-China relations and encourage cross-cultural exchange and friendships.
#PengyouDay 2017 is tomorrow!
On Monday, November 6th, Project Pengyou co-hosted a special panel event at the Hotel Jen in Beijing with the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and the Hopkins-Nanjing Center (HNC) on how to build China into your career.
At our most recent Project Pengyou Leadership Training Summit at Harvard, we had the pleasure of having Dr. Graham Allison, Douglas Dillon Professor of Government, Harvard Kennedy School, as our keynote speaker who spoke to us about the current state of affairs between North Korea, the United States, and China, his theory on the Thucydides’s Trap, and his new book.
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