Tag Archives: China

At Clinton Forum, Western Union Highlights ‘NGO GlobalPay’

New York, N.Y.  I was delighted to breakfast with my friends at Western Union at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) this week, including its President and CEO Hikmet Ersek who I met last year at CGI, and Luella Chavez D’Angelo who I have interviewed in the past (piece). It was at last year’s breakfast I [...]

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Spotlight on Young Scientists at “Summer Davos” in China

Dalian, P.R.C.  As part of the World Economic Forum’s New Champions community, 40 Young Scientists from 19 countries will participate in the Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2013, which will take place in Dalian from 11 to 13 September. The Meeting, held under the theme “Meeting the Innovation Imperative,” will welcome over 1,600 participants [...]

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Who Knew: Tilles Center for the Performing Arts on Long Island

Long Island, N.Y.  Call me “Long Island Ignorant,” but I was completely amazed to experience the Tilles Center for Performing Arts on the C.W. Post campus of Long Island University in Brookville.  I have interviewed several famous people in New York recently – at the United Nations and the French Cultural Center – but it [...]

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In China: On the World We Want to Build

By Trevor H. Paul. Tianjin, China.   I came to China just over eight months ago to provide an American education experience for Chinese students in Tianjin.  Since then I have had the opportunity to become the director of U-Excel International Academy and to develop a program that assists Chinese students in attending universities and high [...]

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Columns and Columnists of Stewardship

Evens Anozine: Voice of the Haitian Diaspora Cynthia Artin: An American in Afghanistan Roy Barigayomwe Vanessa Cabezas: The Public Eye Lorraine Cancro, MSW: Eye on Humanity Ralph De Palo, Ph.D.: Hope & Inspiration Lori Henri: The Filmandthropist Sara Herbert-Galloway: Herbert’s Heroes Gosia Hatak: Single Mom Traveling Isaac J. Kassin: The Young Philanthropist Judy Kuriansky, Ph.D.: [...]

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Cuban Art after Historic Venice Biennale Return

By Cynthia Artin, edited by Jim Luce. New York, N.Y.  Curated by Rachel Weingeist, “Adjoining Islands: The Cuban Pavilion in Manhattan” came to Chelsea from Cuba’s first official participation in the prestigious Venice Biennale in over fifty years. The works include painting, sculpture, works on paper, and light forms that draw one into an intoxicating, dimensional [...]

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At the UN: Co-hosting Conference on World Peace, Health and Culture

New York, N.Y. Recently I agreed to co-host the World Peace, Health and Culture Conference at the United Nations on behalf of Orphans International Worldwide (OIWW), which I founded 12 years ago. Peace, health and culture are essential to “raising global citizens,” the motto of our orphan care program. My friend Dr. Noel Brown, founder of [...]

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Fascinating: Khubilai Khan’s Lost Fleet Found in Japan

New York, NY. I have never been disappointed by a program at the National Arts Club on Gramercy Park in New York City, and Dr. James P. Delgado‘s recent lecture was no exception. Jim is fascinating, which should come as no surprise. For one, he directs Maritime Heritage at the National Marine Sanctuaries of the [...]

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Photo of the Day: July 31, 2014

Obama Awards 2013 National Medals of Arts & Humanities

Organizations Suggest Ways to Help Unaccompanied Minor Migrants

Ban: ‘Gaza in Critical Condition’ – Calls Again for Immediate Ceasefire

Around World, Millions of Muslims Celebrate End of Ramadan

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Meets Palestinian President