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THE BRIDGE OF DREAMS
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Park on the bank of the Ohio
Photo below: On 10/20/2006, the Greater Cincinnati Chinese Music Society created
"a lovely evening of beautiful music, wine tasting and conversations about music,
wine, and Chinese culture" at the Society's Fall 2006 Wine & Music Party.  An
delights was followed by a tour of world caliber music from Meng-Chun Lin, soprano
and Weng Lei, pianist.  The Chin family presented a medley of folk songs.    Also on
hand was Chen Lin, Field Service Assistant Professor of Orchestra Conducting at the
contemporary interface of the music of the East and West.  This affair is an
invigorating conception that is worthy of encore.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SARAH TSAI
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Members of the Greater Cincinnait Chamber of Commerce and the Greater
Cincinnati Chinese Music Society attended a presentation by Theodore Foss,
Associate Director of the Center for East Asian Studies at The University of Chicago,
on the story and music of
Nixon in China.  Prof. Foss revealed some of the source
material for the opera's composer, John event in international relations of the last
century,   
Nixon in China will premiere in Cincinnati on July 12 and 14, 2007.  For
ticket and other information,
click here.   Cunningham (member of Board of
Cincinnati Opera), Xiaojie Zavon, Charleston C.K. Wang, Dr. P. J. Kao, and Evans
Mirageas,  Artistic Director, Cincinnati Opera.
Photos above and below:  On 5/5/2007, an Asian Summit took place at Northern
Kentucky University.  The Summit was organized in collaboration with the Asian
Community Alliance ( Ms. Dorothy O'Brien) and lead by Professor Yasue Kuwahara
in the Department of Communication at NKU.  Focus groups addressed mental
health, language barriers, immigration, education, and support for Asian business.   
The "Cultural Divide" focus group explored the cultures of China, India, Malaysia,
Bangladesh, Japan and U.S..  This report courtesy of Larry Grubbs of the GCCCC.
ASIAN SUMMIT AT NORTHERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY
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Photocredit: Dana Ng
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