2018 Year of the Dog Chinese New Year Banquet
The annual LAGSCA Chinese New Year Banquet will be held at Ocean Seafood Restaurant on Sunday, March 4th starting at 6:30. Join us in welcoming the Year of the Dog!
The Two Roads, One Journey: Education in China and the United States Exhibition will be held at the McCarthy Library at Mount Saint Mary’s University from January 26 to April 28, 2018. The exhibition will be co- sponsored by the Los Angeles Guangzhou Sister City Association.
This innovative exhibition brings together the power and cultural influences of education in the United States and China, showcasing the points of pride and challenge for both countries. The exhibition explores how education can be improved and take visitors on a thought-provoking journey into what goes on inside these dynamically different classrooms. The exhibition draws it inspiration from a book published by
Dr. Nancy Pine, an emerita professor at Mount Saint Mary’s University and a member of the Los Angeles Guangzhou Sister City Association.
The exhibition is drawn for Dr. Pine’s book Educating Young Giants: What Kids Learn ( and Don’t Learn) in China and America. The book has been published in the United States and translated into Chinese.
There will be reception held on February 9th, 2018 to announce the Exhibition.
Consul General Zhang Ping, recently appointed to Los Angeles, was hosted by the LAGSCA Board of Directors and Corporate Sponsors at a luncheon on January 22, 2018. The venue for the event was the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills. Consul Zhang gave the group an informal briefing on current events in China and on China – US relations. A lively discussion followed and included a pledge by the Consul General to assist the association in any way to help it promote better relations and exchange between Guangzhou and Los Angeles and between China and the United States.
Consul General Zhang’s CV contains a number of appointments at China embassies around the world, in Australia, The USA, Fiji and now in Los Angeles. He has a long and successful career serving within the Chinese Foreign Ministry. We consider ourselves fortunate to have such a high-ranking and influential government official leading the Consulate General in Los Angeles.