Sunday, February 26, 2017

484. CiteWeb Includes Dr. Dave Wang's Paper From Confucius to the Great Wall

The internet site CiteWeb includes Dr. Dave Wang's paper, From Confucius to the Great Wall: Chinese Cultural Influence on Colonial North America

A citation, also called a reference, uniquely identifies a source of information. CiteWeb is the projects with citation database from different sources of Internet.

I remember that Dr. Dave Wang was invited by well-known Japanese University, Kokushikan University in Tokyo to deliver a lecture on June 19, 2010. This paper is based on his lecture.

Friday, February 17, 2017

483. Dr. Dave Wang's Research is Featured at 1490 WGCH

With this post, I would like to quote from Jeffrey Bingham Mead's introduction to Dr. Dave Wang's study of the founders and Chinese culture. Jeffrey is a solid scholar in US history and president of History Education Council of Hawaii State. Recent years he is host of Radio Show Marvels  of China.
 On Saturday, February 18 my featured guest is Dr. Dave Wang.  
Born and raised in Northeastern China, he is an adjunct professor at St. John's University, New York, branch manager of the Laurelton Library/New York City Public Library System in Queens, New York and a noted scholar, lecturer and writer on the subject of the influences of Chinese civilization on the U.S. Founders and the founding of the United States of America in 1776. Much of his research is freely available to all on his blog site, The U.S. Founders and China:
His research and commentary has been cited and featured in numerous professional publications, ranging from The Korean Journal of Medical History to the Virginia Review of Asian Studies. His findings have attracted much attention in the academic world, too. Dr. Wang has been invited to present papers at conference throughout the USA, Europe and China. His research has found its way to university-level history and culture courses.
Remember that event in American history called The Boston Tea Party? The tea that was dumped in Boston Harbor was from China's Fujian Province. 
Dr. Wang has been a guest on our show before -and we full expect to have him back again. 
We'll feature our usual explorations on Treasures of China, immerse ourselves in timeless Chinese wisdom on the Confucius Moment and more! I'll share some announcement about happenings and events, too. 
Mark your calendar for Saturday, February 18 at 10:30 a.m. Eastern USA Time/ 11:30 p.m. China Time on 1490 WGCH and anywhere via streaming audio on WGCH.com
See you on the air,