Dinner and Show at the Made Up Theater
Mr. Nan Su will be speaking to us about “U.S. Government’s Changing Policy Towards China”
With a bipartisan support, the US government is quickly changing gear on its China policy. The change has left the American public, especially the business society with lots of uncertainties when it comes to dealing with China. The Epoch Times has recently started offering free presentations to our local communities to help Americans understand:
- What China’s global expansion means to American
- After enjoying investments, technologies, and consumer markets from the West for decades, why didn’t the Chinese government want to have any political reform?
- What can Americans do to protect the lifestyles of their future generations?
Mr. Su has been a China Expert and commentator for over 20 years. He has covered a wide range of topics related to traditional Chinese Culture, Human Rights, Forced organ harvesting, Economy, Health, Politics, Covid, etc. with over 300 presentations to various groups in Northern California. His most recent presentation “China’s Global expansion – past and future” has been very well received by audiences in California and beyond.
Please contact The Epoch Times at 1-888-557-3280 Ext. 7 in order to book him for a speaking engagement or interview.
Susan Longini and Julie Gilson will be speaking to us about “Fremont Creates, the Arts Culture & Creativity Project”
Susan Longini has been working in glass for almost 40 years. Her primary technique is pate de verre, literally “paste of glass”. She is collected internationally and has installations in public buildings, offices, spas, and private homes around the country. She was adjunct professor of art at Ohlone College in Fremont, CA for many years, Executive Director of the Bay Area Glass Institute (BAGI), on the board of the Glass Alliance of Northern California (GLANC), and on the City of Fremont Art Review Board. In addition to being an active studio artist, she is Program Manager for the City of Fremont boxART! Program, transforming utility boxes into works of art.
Julie Gilson, President, Fremont Cultural Arts Council (FCAC); Fremont Creates organizing committee •30+ years resident of Fremont; 20 years’ service FCAC board; 3 years as President; previously Treasurer •Founder, Center Theater Preservation Group (2002-2006; entity now inactive) •Member, Tri City Non-Profit Coalition •Member, Fremont Freewheelers Bicycle Club – 5 years Primavera event organizing committee •Professional experience: CPA (inactive); high- & bio-tech industry accounting consultant
Alanna and team will discuss the current threat landscape and how geopolitical influences are influencing trends. She will also discuss how people can keep their families safe on the internet and respond if there is an incident affecting your family. Educating children how to be cyber literate and cyber safe is a growing need, and Boldly Me is actively working on building training programs to help communities. Cyber activity can affect mental and behavioral health so it is important to educate, mentor, and support those struggling.
Alanna Powell, founder and president of Boldly Me is also a manager of cyber security programs in the high tech industry. She has worked in high tech for almost 30 years beginning as an electrical engineer who designed, built, tested, and deployed storage and server technologies. She entered the cyber field when working at Yahoo!, and continues to work in industry to help protect, educate, and defend people from cyber attack vectors. Alanna is passionate about protecting children and families through educating them on healthy behaviors and choices.
Jeff Katz will explain the differences between Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, what is a Board & Care? What does Skilled Nursing do? Questions consumers should ask when visiting senior communities for loved ones. An informative and valuable seminar.
Jeff Katz was born in Detroit and moved to LA when he was 7 yrs old. Worked in his dad’s hardware store as a teenager, then went into real estate. After 30 years he found his true calling working with older adults. Jeff is married with twin daughters. He is a published author.