2019.01.29 February 6: Hancock Lecture 2019, Hart House University of Toronto

Hancock Lecture 2019
Wednesday, February 6, 2019, 7:00 pm


Wednesday, February 6, 2019, 7:00 pm
Great Hall, 7 Hart House Circle, University of Toronto
Reception to follow
Students Free / Community $10

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Fully Accessible Website: hancock2019.com


In Canada, people with disabilities are consistently told, explicitly and implicitly, that they do not have the right to exist freely. In this lecture, community organizer and co-founder of the Disability Justice Network of Ontario, Sarah Jama will discuss the ways the “disabled body” and “disabled mind” are treated through consumerist understandings in order to uphold existing oppressive structures in our society.

Sarah will discuss the history of the disability justice movement in Canada and the U.S., the historical links between colonialism and ableism, will unpack themes around global capitalism, and discuss how to build a world that truly uplifts the rights of people with disabilities. Lastly, she’ll walk you through her journey as an organizer and the steps she has taken towards building inclusive movements. The answer to a better world is a revolution that centres disability justice.

 
About Sarah Jama
Sarah Jama is a community organizer from Hamilton, Ontario. She is co-founder of the Disability Justice Network of Ontario (DJNO), is a current board member of the Hamilton Transit Riders Union and is working with the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board to create curriculum around combating anti-black racism. She has given over one hundred lectures, presentations and keynotes on issues surrounding leadership, diversity, justice and works at the Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion as a Program Coordinator. She recently co-managed the successful municipal campaign of Councillor Nrinder Nann in Hamilton Ontario.
 

This is an accessible event. ASL and CRT services will be available. If you have specific accommodation requests please indicate in the ticket registration, or contact:
day.milman@utoronto.ca

TTC WheelTrans stop and accessible entrance are located at 18 Queen’s Park Crescent. The entrance is adjacent to the Great Hall. Additional accessible entrance located at 895 Tower Road, just off of Hoskins Avenue.


Hart House for You
Hart House is for everyone. For moments of connection. For a pause in your busy schedule. For workouts that inspire progress not perfection. For fresh ideas and new skills. For the courageous conversations you didn't expect. For broader perspectives that inspire social change. for navigating difference. For arts, community and dialogue. For food, spaces and wellness. For so much more.

Media Contact:
Christine Liber (for Hart House)
christine@libertyink.ca
416-558-4722

 


2018.12.03 SofC in U ofT Connects! Call for Student Fellows

SofC Connects! A Call for Student Fellowship Applications We are thrilled to announce the School of Cities Student Fellowship Award to provide unique opportunities for urban-focused interdisciplinary and collaborative learning, mentorship, research, experiential and service-based learning to students at all three campuses and across divisional boundaries.


The School of Cities invites applications for eight (8) undergraduate fellows and seven (7) graduate fellows to join our vibrant and engaged community starting January 2019. The duration of the fellowship is January to May 2019, with flexibility to extend to August 2019, based on the type of project.


The SofC Student Fellowship is open to current students at the University of Toronto with strong interest in and passion for urban issues and critical challenges, motivated to initiate and lead an innovative and impactful project, available to participate in the SofC program activities and contribute to the SofC community in unique ways. Areas of engagement include but are not limited to animating a monthly student-led Conversation Café, community engagement and outreach, working on a policy brief, writing Op-eds, an activation, art installation, running a blog, organizing debates, mindstorms, a podcast etc.


Fellows are expected to organize a bi-weekly meeting and social sharing their project, support peer-learning, interdisciplinary team work, collaboration and mentorship. Fellows are required to participate in a public presentation or seminar at the end of the fellowship period.


The fellowship program provides a monetary award of $ 2000 to each fellow, mentorship, and shared space in the School of Cities office for the duration of the fellowship.

To apply, send the following by e-mail to: education.sofc@utoronto.ca
A curriculum vitae;
 A short bio (100 words);
 A project title and description of the pressing urban challenge of interest, and selected areas of engagements at the School of Cities (1 page maximum) [Areas of engagement include but are not limited to animating a monthly student-led Conversation Café, community engagement and outreach, working on a policy brief, writing Op-eds, an activation, art installation, running a blog, organizing debates, mindstorms, a podcast etc.]

Deadline: December 5, 2018
Acceptance notification: December 15, 2018


More about the School of Cities:
www.schoolofcities.com
www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_-FQ_R3s5Q


2017.10.20 Hult Prize @ UofT


Hello,
I am the Hult Prize Campus Director and I am writing to discuss an opportunity that might be of interest to the students you represent.


The Hult Prize is the world’s largest student competition for budding social entrepreneurs and every year, welcomes college and university students from all around the globe. From more than 50,000 applications received every year, one winning team will receive USD 1 million in seed capital, as well as mentorship and advice from the international business community.


For the fourth year in a row, the Hult Prize competition has come to UofT and is an incredible opportunity for students from all faculties at UofT to get involved in social enterprise and sustainability. Through the competition, students will have the opportunity to develop their own social enterprises that could go on to change the world. Our school has a reputation for excellence in the Hult competition, and I am eager to see the next generation of social entrepreneurs at UofT come together to develop truly innovative solutions to complex problems.


This year’s challenge focuses on harnessing the power of Energy through one of six dimensions to transform the lives of 10 million people: food, water, mobility, connectivity, education, and health.


The competition will be hosted at the Rotman School of Management on December 2, 2017. For more information on the event, to learn more about the challenge, and to register teams, please visit: http://www.hultprizeat.com/toronto
I would greatly appreciate it if you could circulate this information to the students you represent, informing them of this wonderful opportunity.


For more information on the competition, or for any questions, please contact:
Hult Prize @UofT Campus Director: shonakshi.chaubal18@rotman.utoronto.ca


 

2016.08.29 Learn something new at Hart House


Registration is now open for our fall line-up of classes:

Fitness
The Hart House Fitness Centre is one of the University of Toronto's most unique dedicated health and wellness facilities. With all the functionality of a gym, and the philosophy of whole-body wellness, we invite you to explore our classes, test your limits and find your own sense of balance.
Aquatics/ Body Awareness/ Cycle Fit/ Dance/ Martial Arts/ Racquet Sports/ Yoga

Communication Skills
Not everyone is born knowing how to ace a job interview, networking event or work presentation, but everyone can learn. Using a variety of tools and exercises, students will develop the skills they need to speak with confidence, communicate with authority and present their best self in every situation.

Film
Whether capturing images on film is a personal interest or a classroom or workplace necessity, Hart House classes can provide you with the skills you need in every area of film. From screenwriting and lighting to editing and sound, we have hands-on classes taught by professionals with real-world experience.

Photography
Anyone can take a picture, but not everyone is making the most of their equipment and subjects. Whether you are using a film camera or opt for digital, Hart House classes cover all aspects of photography, from composing images to darkroom processes, and everything in between.

Theatre
Acting isn't just for actors anymore - everyone can benefit from the confidence gained through the basic techniques and exercises used by actors, including the practice of improvisation. Our introductory classes are the perfect starting point for beginners, and more experienced students will benefit from our new Audition Technique class that covers the ins and outs of landing an acting job.

2016.01.06 Music at Hart House: Winter 2016


Jazz at Oscar's
January 2016:
Jan. 8: Mark Kelso & The Jazz Exiles
Jan. 15: Sarah Jerrom
Jan. 22: Sam Broverman
Jan. 29: Mark Kazakevich Presents "Partitions of Unity"

February 2016:
Feb. 5: Harley Card
Feb. 12: Denise Leslie
Feb. 26: 11'0 Clock Jazz Orchestra conducted by Jim Lewis

March 2016:
Mar. 4: 12TET conducted by Terry Promane
Mar. 11: Barry Livingston
Mar. 18: Eliana Cuevas

April 2016:
Apr. 1: Skule Stage Band
Apr. 8: Hart House Jazz Ensemble
When: Fridays at 9 pm
Where: Arbor Room, Hart House
Cost: Free

UofT Idol
When: Thurs., Jan., 21, Feb., 11, Mar., 17 at 8:30 pm
Where: Arbor Room, Hart House
Cost: Free

Stages Concert Series
Featuring: Valentines Day Show
When: Thurs., Feb. 11, 9:00 pm
Where: Arbor Room, Hart House
Cost: Free

Open Mic Night
When: Thurs., Jan. 28, Feb., 25 & Mar., 31 at 8:00 pm
Where: Arbor Room, Hart House
Cost: Free

Join the Hart House Singers
When: Wed., Jan. 11 and 18, 7:45-9:45 pm
Where: Great Hall, Hart House
Cost: Free

Hart House Orchestra Winter Concert
Featuring: Beethoven Violin Concerto and Brahms Second Symphony
When: Thurs., Feb. 11, 8 pm
Where: Great Hall, Hart House
Cost: Free

2015.6.08 2015 Hart House Craft Beer Festival


We asked a selection of the finest Canadian craft breweries to show us their newest and most-loved brews. Then we asked Chef Marco Tucci to plan an epic barbeque feast. Now, we're asking you to join us under the stars for the 8th Annual Hart House Craft Beer Festival.

Your ticket includes entry to the open-air Hart House Quad, 8 beer sample tickets, a take-home sampling glass, and ac

 Festival TicketNon-student $36+taxStudent $31+tax
 ExBEERiential Learning & Cheese TastingNon-student $16+taxStudent $11+tax 

 More info & tickets: www.harthouse.ca/craftbeer  

Admission restricted to 19+ years. Rain or shine event.

 Sponsored by the University of Toronto Affinity Partners

2015.05.18 17 Free Lectures at Spring Reunion

Get a Stress-Free degree at your alumni reunion. 

We always plan special events for honoured years and at Spring Reunion 2015, we're celebrating those graduating classes with years ending in 0 or 5. But all U of T grads are invited back for the weekend to take part in an eclectic mix of events, from exhibits to BBQs to talks like these by experts in their field. 

 
Just a few of our many Stress-Free Degree Lectures
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship at U of T:
    Cynthia Goh, Jonathan Rose, Paul Santerre
  • Regulating Consent Post-Ghomeshi:
    Brenda Cossman
  • Innovation in Children's Health: Stanley Zlotkin
 

There are 17 lectures to choose from. No homework required.
Click hereto read about all the free and topical talks by noted profs and lecturers

 

2015.05.08 We Call For:

WALD Chinese cooperation unit Internship :

1. Yunnan Highway Development and Investment Co., Ltd. 2 students
2. Beijing Tong Heng Planning and Design Institute Ltd. 4-6 students
3. Baoshan Chengkang Real Estate Co., Ltd . Dehong Branch. 2 students

Design Team Background:
Canada WALD Design Solutions is registered design firm in Canada officially. It dedicates in urban design especially ecological design and sustainable development. The representative firm is WALD Shenzhen. They are substantial sites for UDAUT (U of T, student organization with non-profit) by providing students internship, real projects design and academic research. Also, it will sponsor international forum. Several design teams are located in Dalian city, Shanghai city and Shenzhen city. So far, WALD members mainly graduated from University of Toronto and Tsinghua University, and have already finished over 20 urban design projects successfully in China with the scale from 19 Acers to 100 KM2 since May. 2009. (Brochure upon on required). Each year, many graduates came from different Universities in the World to join WALD family.

The Brief Introduction to the Recruiting Unit :
Internship Company: (WALD Chinese cooperation unit)

1.Yunnan Provincial Highway Development and Investment Co. Ltd
The company was founded in May 28, 2006, which is the Yunnan Provincial People's Government funded the establishment of state-owned enterprise. As one of the important state-owned enterprises, the company is authorized by the provincial government as a principal investor. With the leading of Yunnan Province Department of Transportation, the company undertake Yunnan highway financing, construction, management and operation of the development highway tasks.

2.Beijing Tsinghua Tong Heng Planning and Design Institute Ltd
The company was founded in 1993 (formerly the Beijing Tsinghua Urban Planning and Design Institute). In August 2012, The Company transferred from Enterprises owned by the whole people to company with limited liability. After restructuring, the overall transfer to Tsinghua Holdings Company.
With the study and research environment in the Tsinghua University, The Company has always insisted on the development of urban planning by combining of engineering practice and research education. Enterprise has developed more than ten years and gradually formed its own technological superiority and outstanding academic features. Being in advance of the architecture profession, the enterprise has formed nearly thirty professions, which was covering the five planning direction.

3.Baoshan Chengkang Real Estate Co., Ltd .
The company was founded in Dec.20, 2002. After more than ten years of market operation, the company has developed into a diversified enterprise group, involved in areas such as real estate development and management, building materials, old house demolition, electric power, tube, cultural transmission, travel, small loans, etc .

Working office:
1. Yunnan Highway Development and Investment Co., Ltd. Kunming
2. Beijing Tong Heng Planning and Design Institute Limited Ltd. Beijing
3. Baoshan Chengkang Real Estate Co., Ltd . Dehong

Internship topics:
1.Yunnan Provincial Highway Development and Investment Co., Ltd.
Topic 1:
Research Coordination of the design period and highway construction period.
Topic 2:
Highway informatization Application and Research.
Topic 3:
A comprehensive transportation, intelligent transportation, green transportation, traffic safety, traffic four case studies.
2.Beijing Tsinghua Tong Heng Planning and Design Institute Limited
Topic 1:Urban Design Study.
Topic 2:Architectural Design Study.
Topic 3:Landscape Design Study.

Internship Time:
Jun. 2015- Aug. 2015, weekday

The Remuneration Being Offered:
(1) Accommodation with two bed room including utilities, freely.
(2) Provide payment to RMB5000 yuan / month.
(3) The end of the internship, reward outstanding performers.
(4) Good working experience in practical project.
(5) Good life experience in China.
(6) work-trip in China and pick you up on at China airport.
(7) But, Visa fee, air fare between your country and China are based on your own expense.( If you need our support, need apply additionally).

Qualification:
(1) Resume
(2) One reference letter by your professor
(3) No language requirement
(4) Otherwise, need to be negotiated.

Application:
(1) Resume
(2) One reference letter by your professor

email to :
2282232915@qq.com
Tracy
Manager 's Assistant in Wald China
18123691509

Deadline: May.31, 2015

 

2015.04.29 Ulife: Message Waiting

Hi everyone! This is an important reminder of job postings in the Office of Student Life.

I just wanted to let you know that the Office of Student Life currently has several exciting employment opportunities available.

Summer Work Study Positions in Ulife Office

We are hiring 4 Work Study Positions as well!

Visit  www.cln.utoronto.ca to view posting (53690) Campus Organizations Assistant; Ulife Office 

Deadline: May 1, 2015

Student Life Summer Interns– 4 positions

1. Program Intern (Leadership Development)
2. Program Intern (Mentorship)
3. Program Intern (Campus Organizations)
4. Program Intern (Campus Involvement)

Deadline: Friday, May 15, 2015

Applications are invited from current or recently graduated U of T students (graduate or undergraduate). Applicants will only be contacted if they are selected for an interview. Any inquiries may be directed to student.life@utoronto.ca.

Visit: www.cln.utoronto.ca to view posting 54916

 

2015.02.05 Ulife: Message Waiting

Join us for the second, and final, Cultural Club Network meeting for the 2014-15 academic year!

Over lunch we will talk about the outreach and engagement strategies your club is using to attract and involve students. We will also be brainstorming about how this hub will take shape for future years. Come meet new people and share your knowledge, ideas and best practices!

Please send an email to Nataleah at antiracism@utoronto.ca if you would like to present at this upcoming meeting on some of the interesting ways your club gets and keeps students engaged!

Thursday Feb 5 - 12pm to 2pm
Peace Lounge (7th Floor)
O.I.S.E. - 252 Bloor St West
LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED

 

2015.01.27 You're Invited! Community Outreach & Engagement Network WinterGathering & Dinner

You’re Invited!

Does your campus club or organization engage with the community, social justice, or equity issues? If so, then you may be interested in the Community Outreach & Engagement Network Spring Gathering. It is an opportunity for likeminded campus clubs and organizations engaged with the community to come together and connect.

Eat some dinner
Network with other engaged groups
Develop skills to support your group
Share your information with others
Participate in facilitated discussions

Join us on Friday January 30th 5pm-7pm Main Activity Hall, Koffler House (569 Spadina Avenue)

REGISTER HERE


For full details: Community Outreach & Engagement Network

Hope to see you this Friday!

2015.01.26 Ulife: Message Waiting

Sending some information about two initiatives that might be of interest to you! See below for more details. Also- don’t forget to sign up for Ulead workshops at www.ulead.utoronto.ca

Leadership and Mentorship Club Hub

Join us for dinner and discussion on leadership and mentorship challenges and questions you may have in your organization. If you are interested in meeting like-minded individuals and discovering new tools and techniques for enhancing leadership and mentorship please register here.
Contact:! Erin Clifford(erin.clifford@utoronto.ca) for more information.

Upcoming Dates:
Monday January 26 from 5:30 to 7:30 and dinner will be served.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

UofT Intramurals is hosting a 4 v 4 Co-ed Volleyball Clubs Cup Tournament for Recognized Campus Clubs.
This tournament is being hosted on Saturday January 24, 2015 at the Goldring Centre from 12pm to 6pm. Teams of 6 players can enter this event.
There is a captain’s meeting on Thursday January 22 at 12pm at the Varsity Pavilion, the Registration Deadline is Thursday January 22, at 1pm.
For more information, please contact Mohsin Bukhari (mohsin.bukhari@utoronto.ca)

 

2015.01.16 Invitation to participate in the Trade showcase of University ofToronto Sustainability Conference

My name is Radia Tasnim and I am the External Relations Director for the Sustainable Engineers' Association (SEA) at the University of Toronto. Our mission is to empower engineering students with knowledge, interest, passion and ultimately experience within the domain of sustainable development. SEA hosts numerous events throughout the year, collaborates with other University of Toronto sustainability organizations, and provides opportunities for engineering students to collaborate with students from other disciplines and faculties on university-wide sustainability initiatives.

The University of Toronto Sustainability Conference, organized by SEA is an annual event where great minds gather for their shared passion of a more sustainable future. This year's conference will be held on January 31st and the theme for this year's conference is "Empowering Change". Together, we aim to debate, discuss and envision a more sustainable future for Toronto and share stories of actions that have already been set in motion.

One component of the conference is a Tradeshow where different sustainability related groups within Toronto will showcase the initiatives that they have taken on to drive Toronto towards a more sustainable future. We believe that your organization would be a great fit for the tradeshow at this conference. By being a part of this event, your organization can gain exposure to a wider audience since this conference is a city-wide event. You will gain a platform to share the initiatives that you have taken to contribute in the domain of sustainable development.

The conference is a Toronto-wide event and we want to reach as wide an audience as possible. If you like our initiative, please help us advertise this event at your university/college (conference.sustainable-engineers.org). If you are interested in being a part of this tradeshow, or you have any queries, please don't hesitate to contact me at radia.tasnim@sea.skule.ca. Registration for the conference opens on January 5th, 2015.

 

2015.01.14 Hart House Announces Hancock Lecture 2015

Join us at Hart House as digital strategist Jennifer Hollett defines and dissects slacktivism in the 2015 Hancock Lecture.

Has traditional activism taken a back seat to trending topics, Facebook shares, online petitions and viral videos? These predominantly youth-driven campaigns are using technology in new and imaginative ways to attract new voices for causes and build formidable movements as they grow.

How has social media changed the way in which we understand activism? Are today's youth a nation of everyday activists or dispassionate citizens who would rather mediate their involvement with the most urgent issues of today through technology?

What would happen if we reject the notion of slacktivism, or better yet embrace it, to build engagement with some of the most pressing issues of our time?

When: Tues., Feb. 10, 2015, at 7 pm
Where: Hart House Theatre
Cost: Free / Register online
Reception to follow: Debates Room, Hart House

Learn more about Jennifer Hollett, the Hancock Lecture and additional related events happening at Hart House by visiting us at www.harthouse.ca.

 

2015.01.12 A Conversation with Former PM John Turner

Join us at Hart House as former Canadian Minister of Finance and Prime Minister John Turner discusses trends in Canadian economics, youth employment, and trade policy with Director of Trade at the OECD Ken Ash.

This will be a phenomenal opportunity to learn from some of the greatest minds and practitioners in Canadian economic policymaking and to get a chance to interface with them through an interactive question and answer session.

When: Wed., Jan. 14, 4:45-6:30 pm
Where: Music Room, Hart House
Cost: Free / Light refreshments will be served /Register online 


For more information:  www.harthouse.ca 

 

2014.11.27 Volunteers Needed

We would like to let you know of an amazing volunteering opportunity in the upcoming semester with the Saturday Program here at UofT. The Saturday Program is the largest community outreach program in the Faculty of Medicine with a long standing history and we provide tutoring/mentorship to high school students from inner city schools. The tutoring and mentorship sessions will be followed by an interactive workshop which all take place here at the Medical Sciences Building (MSB) on Saturdays from 9am to 12pm. This is a great way to meet students from other departments and really make a difference in the community. Check out our website (www.uoftmeds.com/saturdayprogram) for more details or to sign up as a volunteer!

Regards,
The Saturday Program co-directors
Lisa, Lianne, Priyanka, Serena, Mark

 

2010.06.15 Details Update: Mengzi Green City Conference hailed a great success (June6-8).

Organized by UDAUT and perfectural government of Mengzi, the Mengzi Green City Conference hailed great success, five members of UDAUT has attended and lectured at the conference. More than 600 audience have attended to the conference (P1, a total of 1300 in two days). The prefectural government and local experts have highly praised by the lecture material and the implication of post-conference discussion. The speakers have been honoured as Honourary Consultant for Mengzi's future development.

Conference Auditorium

P1. Conference Auditorium at Mengzi City Hall. More than 600 people have attended the conference for each day. Speaker in photo: Tang Gim Lee and his translator Ms. Li(provided by the government)

The prefectural government of Mengzi intended for a  follow-up academic forum, and possible research opportunities in the near future.

Due to the great success of the conference and the large group of audience, several unexpected opportunities arise:

The Headmaster of  Honghe Prefecture Academy has invited our speaker and discussed for further corporation,  including academic exchange, joint workshop etc. (P7)

The municipal government of Chuxiong City (Yunnan Province) is particularly interested and impressed in the sustainable content from the lecture and have invited UDAUT to co-organize for another Conference (P8). UDAUT is pleased to announce and would like to share these coming up opportunities with our members: including professors, students and  people who are interested and want to be involved in sustainable related content. Please send your basic information and C.V. to udiut@utoronto.ca.

UDIUT would like to thank for the generosity of Mengzi prefectural government to sponsor the expanse of entire event and enthusiastic hospitality; the constant support from our members; and the hard work from our invited speakers.

 

 

Photos, Guest Speakers and Lecture Details: 

Tang Gim Lee, Professor, formal director of Architecture Program at UofCalgary, over thirty years of teaching experience lead him to be the leader of professional team for this event.
Lecture:
1. Energy & Health, and Strategies for sustainable development
2. New sustainable mode for the next 50 years.

Li Huang, Post-doc, University of Toronto Cities Centre. Dedicate to strategic research for urban design. Involved in many practices in Guangzhou, Wuhan.
Lecture: Theory and Practices in Ecological Cities

Jeff Li, Master of Planning (University of Toronto), is about to start his Ph.D . Vice President of Peking University China Urban Design Centre. Have lead numerous project including Wenchuan New City Design (earth quake restoration), Kunming New Harbour Design, and Dalian Tiandi (25 km^2).
Lecture:
1.Green Concept and Standards in Execution.
2. Precedents Study: Kunming New Harbour, Dalian Tiandi.

Jessica Wilczak, Ph.D student from University of Toronto in Geography, dedicated in exploring processes of socio-spatial change at work in contemporary rural China and how these processes shape daily lives. She is currently spending her fourth year in China, speaking fluent mandarin.
Lecture: Garden City and Dream

Yue Ma, just completed her Master of Landscape Architecture degree at University of Toronto. Her research in dedicated to the sustainable development in China and other developing country.
Lecture: Low impact development : application and possibilities.

 

 

Speakers receiving honoury metal from Country Magistrate

P2. Speakers receiving the Honoury Metal from the County Magistrate (Mayor) Mr. Su (in middle). Left to right: Yue Ma, Tang Gim Lee, Mayor Su, Li Huang, Jeff Li.

P3. Jessica Wilczak is presenting her lecture.

P4. Interview to the speakers from local TV Station. (Video to be uploaded soon)

P5. Post-conference discussion with the County Magistrate Su (middle right) and local experts. Photo: translator is translating for Professor Lee while the Country Magistrate is speaking.

P6. Site visiting at Hekou. Left to right: Tang Lee, Jessica Wilczak, Jeff Li.

P7. Invitation from Headmaster of Honghe Prefecture Academy. Left to right: Ms. Li, Tang Lee, Headmaster Peng, Li Huang

P8. Meeting and dicussion with Chuxiong experts, after Post-Conference Inivation from Chuxiong City.

 


 
 
     email: wald@utoronto.ca