At the invitation of The U.S. Consul General Mrs. Patricia Lacina in Frankfurt am Main
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As every year, our Thanksgiving Dinner took place on November 28th at the invitation of the US Consul General in Frankfurt in what has become a long-standing and beloved Global Bridges tradition. Consul General Patricia Lacina hosted the event and invited Global Bridges members and Young Leaders to the Consul residence.
On Thursday evening, 22 of November, Members and Young Leaders Alumni of the London chapter of Global Bridges came together for dinner and a talk by Sir Anthony Joliffe, GBE, DL, at the home of Global Bridges Member Dr. Barbara Haus Schwepcke, CEO of Gingko, a UK-registered charity.
Guest Speaker: Sir Anthony Jolliffe GBE, DL. Topic: The Role of the Balkans in Europe At the Invitation of Dr Barbara Haus Schwepcke
Guest Speakers: Dr. Volker Stanzel, Former Ambassador to P.R. China and Japan, Vice President of the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP); Mikko Huotari, Deputy Director, Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS) Topic: Der steile Weg zum Gipfel: Xi Jinping und sein Münchhausen-Trilemma
Having recently returned from their XIV Study Trip to China, Global Bridges members, as well as Young Leaders Alumni and friends, convened in Berlin to hear former German Ambassador to China and Japan Dr. Volker Stanzel and Dr. Mikko Huotari, Deputy Director of the Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS) share their analyses of current […]
Beijing – Shenzhen – Hong Kong October 14 to 22, 2018 It is risky to go to China. However, it is even riskier not to go to China. Heinrich von Pierer, CEO Siemens, 1992-2005 The visit to Shenzhen, China’s so-called “Silicon Valley for Hardware”, was the focus of this year’s XIV Study Trip to China. […]
Hanoi – Halong Bay – Ho-Chi-Minh-City October 7 to 14, 2018 “Money, Wealth, and Prosperity” are terms which came up again and again when Global Bridges members inquired about the current situation and future of Vietnam during their first Study Trip to the country in early October. These are the values that the extraordinarily young […]