Get to Know Wuhan, Columbus' Friendship City​​​​​​​

About The Webinar

Ohio and Hubei established the first US-China sister state/province relationship in 1979, and the people in their capitals, Columbus and Wuhan, have developed many relationships in the years since. These connections include OSU's only university-level cooperation agreement in China, as well as a direct air cargo route begun in 2019.

On March 4, 4-5pm EST, the Columbus Region Logistics Council and the Greater Columbus Chinese Chamber of Commerce are hosting an introduction to Wuhan featuring:

1)     Introduction to Wuhan and its Columbus connections; Dr. Minru Li, Assistant Director, National East Asian Foreign Language Resource Center at OSU

2)     Healthcare cooperation between Wuhan and Columbus; Dr. Henry Xiang, Professor of Pediatric Medicine and Epidemiology, Nationwide Children's Hospital

3)     Business opportunities between Wuhan & Columbus; Denis Wang, President of DenisTek; Wuhan native, and Tsinghua University Graduate
4)     Shipping goods between Columbus and Wuhan; Bryan Schreiber, Manager, Air Cargo Business Development at Columbus Regional Airport Authority

The panel presentations will be followed by 30 minutes of virtual networking.​​​​​​​

Unable to make the live event? No problem! Sign up and we will automatically send a link for the video replay.​​​​​​​

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Registration fees are considered non-refundable. This is a ticketless event. An electronic reminder will be sent with full details prior to the event.

  • Zakee Bashir | Moderator

    CRLC / Columbus Chamber

  • Dr. Minru Li

    National East Asian Foreign Language Resource Center at OSU | Assistant Director

  • Dr. Henry Xiang

    Nationwide Children's Hospital | Professor of Pediatric Medicine and Epidemiology

  • Denis Wang

    DenisTek | President

  • Bryan Schreiber

    Columbus Regional Airport Authority | Manager, Air Cargo Business Development

  • Dr. Patrick McAloon

    Greater Columbus Chinese Chamber

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