Wednesday, June 3
11:45 am, Hilton of Santa Fe, 100 Sandoval Street.
Lunch with a Punch – Business in China: Issues, Anecdotes and Prophesies.
Sponsored by CIR and Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce. Learn about and discuss Beijing’s business from the inside with CIR member David Rubenstein, PhD. Dr. Rubenstein will address a variety of topics: the current state of China’s economy, China’s responses to the worldwide economic downturn, what it’s like to do business there, anecdotes of doing business in a culture so different from ours, and his informed predictions of Beijing’s next moves to command the world business stage. The University of Houston economics professor has taught at Chinese business schools for many years and has seen how this managed economy has turned itself into a business giant.
Price for Lunch with a Punch – $32 each. Reservations and payment due by Thursday, May 28 only by calling the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce office, 988-3279.
Thursday, June 4
6:00 pm, Museum of International Folk Art (MOIFA), 710 Camino Lejo.
CIR Member Party.
CIR members and guests are invited to celebrate the art of China with a private showing and docent-led tours of this MOIFA’s exhibit Writing with Thread: Traditional Textiles of Southwest Chinese Minorities and enjoy Chinese hors d’oeuvres and wine.
Pre-registration is required. $50 per person. [wpsf_product prodid=”59″]
Friday, June 5
9 am – 1:00 pm, Santa Fe Community College.
Taste of China Cooking Class.
Smell, taste and get your hands right into making delicious and popular Chinese food items with CIR Member and local culinary instructor Margo Taylor. She will explain the whys and wherefores of successful Chinese cooking techniques.
This workshop registration fee is $75.00 and limited to the first 20 registrants. [wpsf_product prodid=”60″]
On the Screen.
Films are often considered “soft-power diplomacy.” See Raise the Red Lantern and Legend of the Black Scorpion, modern Chinese film favorites.
Free, no Spotlight ticket required.