Covid
October 2020
Like other com- munities, our Chinese American commu- nity has been hit hard physically, mentally and economically.
Fall Colors
October 2020
In this year of coronavirus, we can find joy in the beauty of nature and celebrate festival traditions with tastes of mooncake on the trail.
Publisher Pronouncement
October 2020
With the 2020 U.S national election approximately a month away, will Asian American voters make a difference in the U.S. political fabric?
Republicans
October 2020
The resolution “calls on all public of- ficials to condemn and denounce anti-Asian sentiment, racism, discrimination, and re- ligious intolerance related to COVID-19”
Canton Fair
October 2020
The 10-day virtual 128th session will go online from Oct. 15-24.
HK Press
September 2020
On June 30, 2020, the Beijing government stepped in on Hong Kong’s governance and enacted the Hong Kong National Security Law
Lauren Food Blog
September 2020
March 16, 2020, a Monday, is a day I will never forget; it’s the day all my jobs essentially vanished. At the time, I was living in New York City, auditioning and performing.
Chang Wang - CAAPM
September 2020
Chang Wang, a regular China Insight contributor, to the Board of Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans (CAPM) to represent the Chinese Minnesotans at the Council and the State government.
China Garden
Septemebr 2020
These gardens are all more expensive than anticipated.
Confucianism
August 2020
Studying and understanding how ancient China viewed consumerism and the pursuit of wealth through the lens of Confucian thought and traditions, and how they impacted modern Chinese society will help us develop a deeper understanding of modern China.
Green Restrictions
August 2020
The idea of "green restrictions" on property rights is reflected in the property rights section, which makes it possible for coordination of property utilization activities and environmental protection goals.
Hong Kong
August 2020
Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing government said the new National Security Law will only target “an extremely small minority.” As with most things Beijing directed, that may be a borderline lie.
Unsung Heroes
August 2020
The story of Chinese American veterans and their contributions in World War II and the path toward recognition as told by the sons/daughters/grandchildren of these veterans.
Ming Bday
August 2020
Not even a pandemic can keep down the celebration for this spirited nonagenarian.
Post Covid Wuhan
August 2020
“Long Time No See, Wuhan” is a documentary that tells the stories of 10 families in the Chinese city hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic,. It was viewed more than 25 million times during its first 24 hours online in late June. The film was directed by Takeuchi Ryo, a Japanese who has lived in Nan- jing, Jiangsu province, for seven years.
The Minnesota High Tech Association (MHTA) and Minnesota Trade Office (MTO) are jointly organizing a business development mission to Shenzhen and Hong Kong to provide Minnesota’s high tech companies an opportunity to explore business prospects in two of China’s most important and fastest growing cities.  The delegation, cochaired by Kate Rubin, MHTA President, and Tony Lorusso, MTO Executive Director, will attend China’s top trade show for the high tech industry (China HiTech Fair), visit local technology companies, meet with government officials and industry trade associations, obtain market and industry presentations, and more. In addition to attending the trade fair in Shenzhen, the delegation will visit Hong Kong to acquire market and industry information and to meet business contacts in this dynamic market.  The goals of the mission are to acquire firsthand market and industry information regarding China’s high tech sector; obtain valuable business contacts; explore opportunities for technology exchanges and partnerships; and promote Minnesota exports to China.  The Mission will take place Oct. 10-16, 2008.  More information and applications are available on the MTO Web site at www.exportminnesota.com by clicking on the MHTA/MTO Mission to China icon.  Applications must be received by the Minnesota Trade Office no later than close of business on July 31, 2008.  Applications can be submitted by mail to Minnesota Trade Office, 332 Minnesota Street, Suite E200, St. Paul, MN 55101; by fax at 651-296-3555; or by e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..   Questions can be directed to Tony Lorusso at the Minnesota Trade Office by phone at 651-259-7489 or by e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Information about Minnesota High Tech Association can be found online at www.mhta.org.  Information on the China Hi-Tech Trade Fair is also available online at www.chtf.com/english.  

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CHINAINSIGHT (CI) is published monthly ((except July/August and November/December are combined) by China Insight, Inc., an independent, privately owned company started in 2001 and headquartered in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota.

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