upcoming author events
Join USHCA for our fourth author event as we invite Betsy H. Cohen to discuss her first book “Welcome to the U.S.A.-You’re Hired!: A Guide for Foreign-Born People Seeking Jobs.” Betsy has mentored and advised international students, international executives, and many foreign-born people for their job searches and career advancement. The event will also feature special panelist USHCA board member Qiaoni “Linda” Jing, a former international student from China herself who is now the CEO of Genective, a global AgTech company headquartered in the U.S.
Past Author Events
Powerful, Different, Equal: Overcoming the Misconceptions and Differences Between China and the US China and the US are two countries that are distinctly rooted in very different systems of governance, economic, and social issues, that play a uniquely large role
The struggle of securing employment during a pandemic is hard – especially for foreign-
born job applicants. Moreover, finding a helpful guide to navigate that process is even
harder! This special event will feature USHCA’s next spotlighted author whose book is being touted as a “tremendous asset” for foreign-born applicants seeking employment.
At this time of political divide in America and tension between the U.S. and China, many symbols of the Cold War era are coming to haunt us today. From the Justice Department’s much criticized China Initiative to the re-emergence of McCarthyism in America, there are alarming signs that, if we are not careful, our country may once again go down a troubling path, especially for Chinese Americans who are stuck in the middle.
What lessons can we learn from the past that can help us prevent a repeat of policies and rise of demagogues that will lead our country down a path of ruin? US Heartland China Association and our partner United Chinese Americans jointly invite two award-winning American authors to share their thoughts on this important topic.
Announcing our first USHCA author event: the award-winning journalist Dexter Roberts will discuss his new book “The Myth of Chinese Capitalism: The Worker, the Factory, and the Future of the World” with guest interviewer Professor Zhiguo He from the University