Archive: February 2014

Meet Our Team- Benjamin Leffel

24th February, 2014

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Community Advancement through Subnational Relations

Interviewed by: Lida Lee

One year ago, when The Tai Initiative held its first conference in Seattle, no one…

Making Denver A Global City

21st February, 2014

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Clarence Low- A Leader for Denver

By: Kayla Blomquist

Mr. Clarence Low, one of the Tai Initiative’s partners, is the president and…

MORE IS BETTER: LOCAL, PRIVATE SECTOR, AND INDEPENDENT INITIATIVES IN THE U.S.-CHINA RELATIONSHIP

17th February, 2014

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 Remarks of Donald M. Bishop

Minister-Counselor, Foreign Service of the United States, Retired

at the Tai Initiative’s Pacific Northwest Conference on U.S.-China Relations

Seattle University, April 12, 2013

 

 

Conf 3It’s an honor for me to speak at this gathering of Americans who are committed…

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Don’t Forget the “Saint”

14th February, 2014

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This week I was asked to speak to a group about what sort of decorations we put up in my home for Valentine’s Day.  I took this opportunity to explain that though we don’t decorate in my home for Valentine’s, that is not because we don’t value the day.  Rather than set aside a…

The Roots of US-China Relations

Swallow YanMeet Swallow Yan

by Karen Lauer; interview by Sarah Itagaki

For over 20 years, Swallow Yan has worked to bring the Iowa state community out of its comfort zone. Since arriving in Iowa in 1991, Swallow has made great strides in…

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