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“Life, Love, and Work in China: An EKU Colonel Perspective”—Monday, February 19, 4 PM, Crabbe Library 108


EKU Asian Studies


“Life, Love, and Work in China: An EKU Colonel Perspective”
Monday, February 19, 4 PM
Dick Mayo Allen Auditorium (Room 108)
John Grant Crabbe Main Library
Eastern Kentucky University


International Baccalaureate Head of School and Academic Principal
Liangfeng International School
Zhangjiagang, Jiansu Province, China

EKU Class of 2008
BA in English and Philosophy

ABSTRACT: I’ll discuss my journey into and through Asia, the culture shock that I went through, as well as what it’s like, and how, to live, love and work in China. I’ll reflect on Chinese culture as I’ve grown to understand it, reverse culture shock each time that I returned to the United States, and how I’ve grown as a professional and as a person.

Free and Open to the Public
Proof of Attendance Available
Sponsored by Asian Studies Program, Department of English and Theatre, and Department of Philosophy and Religion

The Asian Studies Program offers a minor (18 credits) and a certificate (12 credits). For more information, contact Dr. Minh Nguyen, Director of Asian Studies, at

Published on February 08, 2018

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