Sunday, November 29, 2009
166. Dr. Wang Talks about the Cultural Exchanges betweem the U.S. and China
NWI.com, the Largest and most trusted media company in Northwest Indiana promotes Dr. Wang's speech to its readers. In the introductory article, titled " VU (Valparaiso University) forum will examine the cultural exchanges between the U.S., China, it introduces main content of Dr. Wang's talk. The article says, Dr. Wang, Manager of Queens Library at Hollis, and an adjunct professor at St. John's University in New York, has written on the cultural ties between China and the U.S., including: "How China Helped Shape American Culture: The Founding Fathers and Chinese Civilization," "Asian Dry Rice and Slaves' Living Environment: Thomas Jefferson's Efforts to Transplant the Rice to the United States" and "Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Chinese Civilization." More is available through this link. The Hanban also published on its official site some summary of Dr. Wang's speech.